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
LALITA AHMED talks to DR KUSUM AGGARWAL and PRABHA AMIN about coping after a hysterectomy.
Music is provided by HEMANT KUMAR MUKHERJEE who sings a song from the film DURGESH NANDINI.
Producer bish uehay
Executive producer asuoe rampal BBC Pebble Mill
Live coverage of the second day's debates in Harrogate
Reporting team Sir Robin Day and David Dimbleby
with Carol Leader and guests The Bird that Flew the Highest (trad)
Told by Percy Edwards
Further coverage from Harrogate
with Richard Whitmore and Vivien Creegor Weather jim BAOON
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlineswith subtitles)
Dr Claire Weekes, international specialist in the treatment of anxieties, begins a unique series including a case history.
Also featured are former world racing champion Jackie Stewart and Welsh tenor Arthur Davies.
A See-Saw programme With BRIAN CANT
A garden gate from Gus in Grantham, a gong, a globe and a gramophone. Can you guess what else begins with ' G '?
See-Saw producer micbail cols
Written and produced by kick WILSON
Coverage of the afternoon's debates at Harrogate
'I cant believe that there's no hope', says George, the ex-docker in Boys from the Blackstuff as he dies amid the dereliction of Liverpool docks. What hope is there, in fact, for new jobs and new life in Liverpool? Join Bill Butler and the team from BBC Radio Merseyside as they host an afternoon out in Liverpool's dockland.
(This is a special pilot programme, with the interests of the unemployed particularly in mind. Viewers' comments are welcome. Please write to 'Afternoon Out', [address removed])
Music, rhymes and games
Spot the changes - a new place and a new face
Presenter Ben Thomas Guest Sarah Long
Story: Poddy the Horse Told by Brian Cant
Written by CLIVE DOIG
With HOWARD STABLEFORD and KIRSTY MILLER
Ivor Muchmunny tells of a progressive project in Puzzleton. Flora Budd pops in with a clue.
Producer ricbird siukin
Fairies? Gnomes? Soldiers and sailors? A last look at magical moments from the All Star video tapes, presented by the All Star star, Roy Castle
Choreographer SALLY cilhn
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON Produced by ALAN RUSSELL
by BOB GODFREY and STAN HAYWARD The Circus
Narration BOB GODFREY
Music xSHADE SHADE
Production BOB GODFREY films limited
with Moira Stuart including a report on the Liberal Party Assembly
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today South East at Six, Points West
South Today, Spotlight South West
(Regional details as Monday)
Once again Robert Robinson takes the chair in the first of an exciting new series of contests between families from all over the United Kingdom.
Tonight the KITE FAMILY from Woldingham in Surrey challenges the HOULTON FAMILY from Sheffield.
Producer LINDA mccarthy
Tonight James Garner joins Russell's live all-star line-up, together with some new regular faces: the formidable Mr A, who keeps you fit from the comfort of your armchair; John Tovey who keeps you fat from the comfort of the Harty kitchenette; and words of wisdom from E. L. Wisty-Peter Cook.
Plus music-from chart-topper Paul Young.
Director don isted
Producer jow plowman
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E. L. Wisty-Peter
The feature film starring
Didi Conn , David Groh
In this lighthearted thriller, the humdrum existence of Julie Evans is dramatically altered when she wins an all-expenses-paid trip to the Mardi Gras in New Orleans. In the midst of the celebrations just after her arrival, she is the only witness to a bizarre murder and is soon pursued by a large pink rabbit-with a gun ...
Screenplay by STANLEY Ralph ROSI
Produced by richard NADER , MATT HERMAN Directed by KEN annakin Films; page 23
Wolf man Jack:
John Humphrys in London
Sue Lawley at the Liberal Party Assembly in Harrogate Weatherman
' I said the time's come now when you've gotta put up or shut up ... in less than ten days we had il09,000 in the bank.'
The fight was on! Jim Todd , electrician, recalls the start of an ambitious venture by redundant workers to buy back Tynesides most famous shiprepair yard, Readheads.
The first of a new series of the programme which gives people the chance to put their case and challenge the men at the top for some answers.
JIM, together with John Lowes , take on their union leader Bobbie Glass , Chairman of the CSEU, who opposes their plan, and the man in whose hands the sale finally rests, Norman Lamont , mp.
Director michael DAVIDSON Produced by iiaryse ADDISON
Part of a concert given by the most popular of big bands from the picturesque WaldbUhne (the Bowl in the Woods), only a stone's throw from the Olympic Stadium, on the outskirts of Berlin.
A jaues LAST production In conjunction with zor and BBC TV
The Harder They Fall
Titus is drawn further and further into the haunting webs woven by Michael Tyrone 's voodoo powers.
Written by JEFF freilich and KATHLEEN SHELLEY
Directed by LARRY eukanr
It's a long, long trail - 75 miles to be ridflen in two days. The. course is over the wildest part of Exmoor and presents the ultimate test for both horse and rider.
Each May competitors come from all over Britain, but this film follows just three of them - two from Somerset and one from Gloucestershire.
It is also the story of Smokey, Witham Golden Colonel (better known as Opal) and a horse called Herbie.
Narrated by VIVIEN CREEGOR
Film cameraman DAVID saunders Film editor TONY lloyd-jones Producer DENNIS DICK