with Frank Bough and Selina Scott
For timetable of regular features see Monday. Plus today:
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
Patrick Doherty , Euan Fairbairn Frederick Pegg , Ralph Roney
Director LAURENCE vulliamt
Producer ROGER MACKAY
Maureen Staffer visits one of England's finest stone-built towns. Stamford, in Lincolnshire, was built astride the old Great North Road between London and YorK. It is now a peaceful market town with a network of narrow alleys, and more than 600 listed buildings.
Produced by keith HALEY
Series producer MICHAEL htzgerald
Presenter Chris Tranchell. Guests Elizabeth Watts and Fred Harris
SAVITRI YADAV demonstrates how to make cushions with SALEHA KHAN. How to Keep Fit: the third and final in the series with TARA PATEL. A Punjabi qawali is provided by ABDULRAHIM FAREEDI , MOHD, ali FAREEDI and party.
Producer bish mehay
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
with Richard Whitmore and Judi Lines
Weather JIM BACON
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
More Chinese cooking by Lisa Kinsman and self-help advice from Gay Search. The final Conservation Award film is about a nature reserve created by a quarry company in Northumberland.
A See-Saw programme
Have you ever seen an elephant balance on a piece of string?
With Chloe Ashcroft and Don Spencer
with Cyd Charisse, Peter Lorre.
Cole Porter's musical version of Ninotchka includes "Paris loves lovers" and "All of you" as well as some spectacular dance numbers for Fred Astaire as the American movie director and Cyd Charisse as the ice-cold Russian who meet in Paris and fall in love in that most romantic of all cities.
(Films: p 18)
Presenter Carol Chell Guest Fred Harris
Story: Pig Tale by HELEN OXENBURY
with Mike Harding
Jump! by KEN WHITMORE
3: Time Is Running Out....
Brian Trueman asks questions based on scenes from It Shouldn't Happen to a Vet, Heidi's Song, Return of the Jedi and Cinderella. Looking for the answers are
YSGOL FRIARS and THE BISHOP GORE COMPREHENSIVE MIXED SCHOOL.
Door, one of the top entries in the animated section of the Young Film Makers' Competition, will also be shown.
Director SID WADDELL
Producer TONY Harrison. BBC Manchester
by Chris Barlas
A comedy in six parts
Sandy persuades George that they should be paid for all their work at Seaview. Mum and Dad disagree. So Sandy decides on a strike.
Space invader man:
The News with tonight's Weather and Regional Magazines Nick Ross, Desmond Wilcox of news, views and topical features from Britain and around the world including national and international news read by Moira Stuart.
Sixty Minutes' reporters travel far and wide to bring you the people and the places that are making the news, at home and abroad.
HUGH scuLLY with latest investigations from the Watchdog unit and Sixty Minutes' own team of humorists with some less serious observations on the day's events. Your countdown through Sixty Minutes
5.40 The News
5.53* Regional Magazines
6.38* Closing headlines
Robert Robinson takes the chair in the first of the semi-finals.
Tonight the ALDWINCKLE FAMILY from Blackburn, Lancashire, challenges the TIMMS FAMILY from Northampton for a place in the Final.
Producer linba mccartbt
Tonight Russell rushes up country to present his show live from a pub in the heart of Liverpool. Among those propping up the bar will be Mr A (with exercises for the left arm), some of Merseyside's most famous sons and daughters, and to add music and class, the fabulous Three Degrees.
Producer JON plowman Director RON ISTED
Editor TOM GUTTERIDGE
and guest starring
Mr Personalities Latka's split personality problems assume a new dimension when he adds the personality of Alex to his repertoire - and makes a better job of it than the original. written by IAN praiser , HOWARD GEWIRTZ Directed by Howard storm
starring John Nettles in Late for a Funeral by DENNIS SPOONER with Cecile Paoli and Terence Alexander and featuring James Cosslns ,
Gary Watson and Sean Arnold
Two bodies from the sea provide a puzzle for Bergerac and the Bureau. One's been dead a few hours. But the other drowned over 40 years ago.
Created and produced by ROBERT BANKS STEWART
Directed by HENRY HERBERT
by the Conservative Party
with Sue Lawley; Weatherman
Did a mother stab her 14-year-old son to death? Did she torture him with a knife? Four years ago in Preston a jury believed that Margaret Livesey had done just that She was convicted of murder and is still serving a life sentence. For the past year the Rough Justice team have been investigating her case.
They've discovered that Mrs Livesey did not have time to commit the murder; that several witnesses have changed their accounts of events on the night of the murder; and, most importantly, that the forensic evidence suggests the boy died in a bizarre torture game which could have involved a homosexual attacker. Tonight Rough Justice asks: is
Margaret Livesey serving a life sentence for a crime she did not commit? Reporter Martin Young
Film editor M. A. C. HUMS Producer petto HILL
M. A. C.
Introduced by Harry Carpenter
The XXIInd World Gymnastics
Championships from Budapest
In the first of four days of intense competition, the winners of the Men's Team Gold Medal will be decided.
Commentator RON PICKERING International Snooker
The State Express
World Team Classic
The Hexagon, Reading
'Or Australia v Wales
Commentators TED lowe,
JACK KARNEHM and CLIVE EVERTON International Rugby Union Edinburgh v All Blacks from Myreside. The Edinburgh side have the dubious privilege of being the first British side to take on the All Blacks on their short tour of England and Scotland. Commentator BILL MCLAREN
Gymnastics HUNGARIAN TELEVISION Snooker nick HUNTER
Rugby Union BILL MALCOLM Producer ROGER MOODY Editor HAROLD andersoh
with Mike Harding
1: Gimme Dat Shaky Pudden
Earlier this year Mike Harding stood alone on the stage of the Theatre Royal, Lincoln and entertained an audience with over three hours of music, songs and stories. Over the next six weeks we share that extraordinary experience.
Director keith Mackenzie Producer CYRIL GATES
In the first of six programmes Morgan Cross talks to interesting people and shares the memories from their personal photographic albums. Tonight: President of the National Viewers and Listeners Association, ' Britain's self-appointed censor', Mary Whitehouse.
Director DAVID NELSON Producer MIKE DERBY