Frank Bough and Selina Scott presenting For regular features see Monday.
Pop with Mike Smith between 7.30 and 8.0
The That's Life file with Esther Rantzen between 7.30-8.0, 8.30-9.0
with Magnus Magnusson
Contestants Geraldine Gregg-Smith Christopher Price, Kathryn Tyson Diggory Seacome
Director LAURENCE VULLIAMY
Producer ROGER MACKAY
Gwyn Richards visits the town of Dudley and the Black Country. He travels on a chairlift to Dudleys zoo and castle, by tram to the Black Country Museum and by canal boat into the dripping dare-ness of the Dudley Canal tunnel.
Produced by DAVID NELSON
Series producer MICHAEL FITZGERALD
DR SUMAN DUTTA chairs a discussion about the difficulties Asian women face in talking to their doctor. Also taking part are DR MASUDA MIAN , SAVITA MEHRA and KANSAR HABIB. TARA PATEL presents a yoga demonstration.
Producer KRISHAN GOULD
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
with Richard Whitmore , Judi Lines Weather JIM BACON
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Lisa Kinsman launches a series on Chinese cookery. Peter Seabrook reports from the International Garden Festival in Liverpool. Brenda Lee provides music.
Presenter (Chinese cookery):
Reporter (International Garden Festival):
A See-Saw programme with Carol Chell , Don Spencer
Musical director RICHARD BROWN Percussion PETER HOWLAND
Assistant producer ROBIN IULDANE Designer JOHN ASBRIDGE
Directed and produced by CHRISTINE HEWITT
Executive producer CYNTHLA FELGATE
starring Debbie Reynolds with Fred Astaire , Lilli Palmer
Pogo Poole arrives unexpectedly for his daughter's wedding. His ex-wife and her husband are less than pleased when he sweeps her off her feet.
Screenplay by SAMUEL TAYLOR
Produced by WILLIAM PERLBERG
Directed by GEORGE SEATON. Films: p 20
Biddeford ' Pogo ' Poole:
Story: The Wasp Who Loved Windfalls by Barbara Deehan
with Martin Jarvis. The Otterbury Incident by C. DAY LEWIS
3: The Detectives Get to Work
Brian Trueman asks questions based on scenes from Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines, The Railway Children, War Games and Pinnochio. Contestants are from
MYTON SCHOOL, WARWICK and FOXFORD SCHOOL, COVENTRY.
The Picnic Pot , one of the runners-up in the Young Film Makers' Competition, will also be shown.
Director sio WADDELL
Producer TONY HARRISON
by CHRIS BARLAS
A six-part comedy series
Sandy is trying to keep Seaview running while mum and dad are ill. But when George manages to get hold of five space invader machines, things start to go wrong. 3: In Sickness
Costume designer ANDREW rose
Make-up designer KEZIA DE WINNZ Designer GRAHAM LOUGH
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director MARILYN FOX
with Moira Stuart ; Weatherman
(Regional details as Monday)
Robert Robinson takes the chair in the fourth match.
Tonight the STOCKEN FAMILY from Doncaster, South Yorks, challenges the MARKS FAMILY from London.
Producer LINDA MCCARTHY
Mutinous talk of the Bounty when Russell meets David Essex to discuss his new musical set on the high seas.
High 'Cs' are also reached by Russell's other star musical guests.
Director RON ISTED
Producer jon PLOWMAN Editor TOM CUTTERIDGE
A two-part drama starring
Linda Evans as Lady Bobbi Rowan Genie Francis as Tyger Hayes
Bruce Boxleitner as Chase Marshall
Lee Grant as Ava Marshall
Donna Mills as Barbara Fisher
1: Shattered by the death of her father, Tyger Hayes takes a job with the business conglomerate that financed her father's films. Discovering that the company is on the verge of collapse, the beautiful young Tyger helps push the company into a new field-the highly competitive but lucrative world of merchandising expensive perfume. Tyger enters the world of the international jet set but also discovers a world of industrial intrigue, spying and tangled love affairs.
Screenplay by ROBERT HAMILTON
Based on a novel by MEREDITH RICH Produced by PHILIP SALTZMAN Directed by WALTER GRAUMAN
(First showing on British television) (Part 2 Friday at 7.15 pm)
with John Humphrys Weatherman
Eighteen months ago Rough Justice presented three cases, two of murder, one of sexual assault, where it seemed possible that men had been convicted for crimes they had not committed. Two of the programmes suggested that the real murderers had escaped justice. The third showed the agonising situation of a man who will not be released until he confesses to a crime he maintains he did not commit.
The three programmes produced questions in the House of Lords and in the Commons. A Select Committee of MPs debated the cases and recommended changes in legal procedure.
As a prelude to a new series of three programmes on further possible miscarriages of justice, the Rough Justice team looks back on the last series and reports what has happened to the convicted men concerned. Reporter Martin Young
Film editor M. A. C. ADAMS Producer PETER HILL
M. A. C.
Introduced by Harry Carpenter
The top events, personalities and stories in sport from home and abroad.
Highlights of one of tonight's second round European Cup-ties involving a British club.
BARRY DAVIES Britain has ten teams left in the three cup competitions: Champions' Cup
Liverpool and Dundee United Cup Winners' Cup
Manchester United, Aberdeen and Glasgow Rangers UEFA Cup
Aston Villa, Nottingham Forest. Tottenham Hotspur, Watford and Celtic
Television presentation: Football FRED VINER
Producer ROGER MOODY Editor HAROLD ANDERSON
Chris Serle and Su Ingle are your guides to the highlights of this motoring exhibition that includes exciting displays of new and restyled cars, collectors' cars and accessories. Unlike other motoring shows, here at Earls Court all the exhibits are for sale.
Chris and Su are joined by Simon Williams , John Craven and Desmond Lynam on road testing the newest 1984 models.
Script STEVE CROPLEY Assistant producers
PETER FITTON. PAUL WALTERS Production RICK GARDNER
The Steve Miller Band
An explosive concert from the virtuoso rock guitarist and his band recorded at Pine Knob, Michigan. Introduced by Anne Nightingale
Television presentation TOM CORCORAN