with Frank Bough and Selina Scott
For regular features see Monday Plus today:
Pop with Mike Smith between 7.30 and 8.0
Food and Cooking with Glynn Christian between 8.45 and 9.0
Live coverage of the last morning of the SDP Conference in Salford.
Outside broadcast producer NEIL ECCLES Editor MARGARET DOUGLAS
with Richard Whitmore and Fern Britton
Weather MICHAEL FISH
(London and SE: Financial Report. and News Headlines with subtitles)
A new chef moves into the kitchen today for the return of the programme's popular weekly cookery feature. Established favourites Michael Smith and the Cooking Canon, The Rev John Eley , will be back later.
A See-Saw programme by DAVID MCKEE
Narration RAY BROOKS
A See-Saw programme With BRIAN CANT
Designer MARY PENLEY-EDWARDS See-Saw producer MICHAEL COLE
Written and produced by NICK WILSON
By barge and boat across England. Pete Morgan makes a leisurely journey from the Irish Sea to the North Sea, observing life along the way.
Following the Aire to Leeds.
Pete travels down the side of the Pennines passing some of Yorkshire's historic sights. Along the way he looks round a beautifully restored barge of the Leeds and Liverpool canal, learns about its colourful traditions and experiences one of the seven wonders of Britain's canal world, the Bingley Five Rise Locks.
Film editor MARTIN HARRIS Producer Douglas B. SMITH
(Part 4: tomorrow at 2.10)
The feature film starring
Larry Hagman Leonard Nimoy
In this exciting suspense movie, Henry Fonda stars as a dedicated probation officer who, aggrieved at being forced into premature retirement, decided to recruit three of his best ' parolees to help him in his plan to heist several million dollars in gold ingots from a heavily armoured convoy.
Screenplay by ELROY SCHWARTZ Produced by AUBREY SCHENK
Directed by ROBERT MICHAEL LEWIS Films: page 17
Tow Truck driver:
A programme for children under 5
Captain Haddock has a story to tell.
Written by Clive Doig
with Kirsty Miller and Howard Stableford
PC Coppit assists with enquiries.
T.C. and the Gang volunteer to help the space effort, but they go much further than they anticipate.
A singing budgie, the All Star punks on parade and short
Sam Dale as the tall, dark stranger in Breakersville. More from the Best of the All Stars, presented by Roy Castle from VT3.
Choreographer SALLY GILPIN
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON Produced by ALAN RUSSELL
by BOB GODFREY and STAN HAYWARD The Hobby
Narration BOB GODFREY
Music PETER SHADE
Production BOB GODFREY FILMS LIMITED
with Moira Stuart; Weatherman including a report on the SDP Conference
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today South East at Six, Points West
South Today, Spotlight South West (Regional details as Monday)
Maggie Philbin and John Craven ask when is a bubble not a bubble? When it's a cinema? When it's a car? When it's an egg? What's the world record for bubble blowing? We explode it anyway. Bubbleologists work their fragile magic and a bubble pop group floats in life-saving foam.
Production team ROB BAYLY , CHARLES HUFF. FIONA PITCHER
Studio director STUART MCDONALD Producer LAURIE JOHN 0 BACK PAGES: 86
The feature film starring
Anthony Quayle as Lord Fitzmorris
The stormy love affair between Rory Manion , a rebellious Irish groom and Rachel Clement , the headstrong daughter of an English landowner, is interrupted when Rory is forced to flee to America. His sister is also parted from her lover when he is posted to India but the four are destined to meet again in this explosive saga of ill-fated passions set in 19thcentury Ireland and America.
Screenplay by ROSEMARY ANNE SISSON Produced by STANLEY KALLIS Directed by JOSEPH SARGENT and CHARLES S. DUBIN
(First showing on British television) Films: page 17
with Sue Lawley and John Humphrys at the SDP Conference; Weatherman
A candid look at six faces of selling.
A salesman has the gift of the gab, a case of samples, a Ford Cortina, and his foot in your door. Or is there more to it than that? Here are six salesmen and women who enjoy their work and are good at it. And here arc six different ways of selling. There's the open-air life of the Kleeneze brush man who taps doors in the heart of the Welsh countryside. And the man in the white suit who's made his fortune selling selling itself-to other salesmen, at American-style road shows. The baby doll salesman meets his match in Doris from Slough. A group of fervent young people use tribal chants and other unexpected techniques to improve their selling power. And there's a party for women only, at which an unusual range of products is demonstrated ...
Commentary read by NICK ROSS
Researcher AMANDA CUTHBERT Film cameraman IAN STONE Film editor DAVID THOMAS Executive producer EDWARD MIRZOEFF Producer
With over 170 gold discs to his credit James Last (or Hansi as he is known to his millions of fans) must lead arguably the most popular big band in the world today.
Happy music, whether it be pop, middle of the road, or classic, is the hallmark of this international family of brilliant musicians and technicians who travel the world to entertain.
Concert recorded on location from the Brighton Centre. Producer KEN GRIFFIN
An Eye for an Eye
Fielding makes a shock announcement in a courageous bid to stop Michael Tyrone destroying them all. Titus discovers the truth about the forces that motivate Michael and Lute-Mae is driven to take desperate measures ...
Written by STEPHEN BLACK and henry STERN Directed by NICK IIAVINGA
Constance Weldon Carlyle: