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
Magnus Magnusson questions
Barbara Barrett , Kenneth Hedley Nell Marshall , Robert Moggridge
Director LAURENCE VULLIAMY
Producer ROGER MACKAY
Presenter Stuart McGugan Guest Chloe Ashcroft
' Dowry ' is a very sensitive subject of marriage in the Indian sub-continent. Often it leads to unpleasant relationships in families, particularly daughter-in-law and mother-in-law. In today's Gharbar, SWARAN TALWAR chairs a discussion on this topic with DR SUMAN DUTTA , SALEHA KHAN and SAVITRI YADAV.
Music is by the well-known singer from India, CHANDRAKANT, who sings a ghazal.
Producer KRISHAN GOULD
Executive producer ASBOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale Weather JIM BACON
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Ralph Steadman , one of Britain's top illustrators, discusses his obsession with the works of Leonardo da Vinci. Music comes from the Buddy Greco Trio.
A See-Saw programme with Chloe Ashcroft , Don Spencer
Monty Woolley , Ann Sheridan
' Literary lion ' Sheridan White side is all sweetness and light in public, but in private he is a master of the studied insult. When he injures his hip during a visit to the Stanley home, Whiteside takes over the household ...
Screenplay by JULIUS J. AND PHILIP G. EPSTEIN , from the stage play by GEORGE S. KAUFMAN and MOSS HART
Directed by WILLIAM KEIGHLEY
Mrs Ernest Stanley:
Mr Ernest Stanley:
They fly through the air and they float on the breeze,
Those insects and birds that live in the trees.
Presenter Elizabeth Watts Guest Andrew Secombe Story: The Surprise by ARNOLD LOBEL
with Sayo Inaba
Japanese Folk Tales adapted from traditional sources by SAMIRA KIROLLOS
3: Urashima and the Turtle
Brian Trueman asks questions based on scenes from The Island at the Top of the World, When the North Wind Blows, Swallows and Amazons and The Jungle Book. Contestants are from
COSTESSEY HIGH SCHOOL and KEN STIMPSON COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Excerpts from Ken and the Loch Ness Monster, Square Dance and Chase, and three top entries in the Young Film Makers' Competition.
Director SID WADDELL
Producer TONY HARRISON .BBC Manchester
by CHRIS BARLAS
The last of a six-part comedy
Sandy gets a chance to become the singer with Duncan's heavy metal band. But will she ever get them to do any of her own songs? Band of Hope
Music by MICHAEL OMER
Film cameraman KEITH BURTON DesignerGRAHAM LOUGH
Executive producer PAUL stoni Director MARILYNFox
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The News with tonight's Weather and Regional Magazines
Nick Ross, Desmond Wilcox , Beverly Anderson and Sally Magnusson present the issues of the hour and some stories with a smile - a lively mix 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 contributions from The Special Correspondents, Sixty Minutes' own team of humorists, with some less serious observations on the day's events.
Your countdown through Sixty Minutes
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6.38* Closing headlines
With Robert Robinson in the chair, eight families have done battle and two have survived to fight for victory in tonight's Final -the ALDWINCKLE FAMILY from Blackburn in Lancashire and the MARKS FAMILY from London.
Who will this year's winners be and how will they fare next week against last year's champion family?
Producer LINDA MCCARTHY
Join Russell Harty and his guests in London's Greenwood Theatre for TV's liveliest half-hour.
As always there'll be music, good conversation, and Harty's usual collection of the unusual.
Director RON ISTED
Producer JON PLOWMAN Editor TOM GUTTERIDGE
The first of six programmes by ROY CLARKE starring Bill Owen
Peter Sallis , Brian Wilde in The Frozen Turkey Man
Music RONNIE HAZLEHURIST Designer TIM GLEESON
Produced and directed by SYDNEY LOTTEHBY
Man in bar:
A drama in six parts adapted from the book by TOM KEENE With BRIAN HAYNES with 1: The Arctic waters off northern Norway, an icy international border where the military forces of NATO and the Soviet Union play a cat-and-mouse game of surveillance and counter-surveillance. These same waters are prime fishing grounds and the destination for deep-sea trawlers of many nations. One such trawler is the Caistor.
Script JAMES MITCHELL
Additional material ROBERT SMITH
Music and title song RICHARD KARVEY Script editor ROGER GREGORY
Film editor CHRISTOPHER ROWLANDS Designer MYLES LANG
Producer COLIN ROGERS
Directed by MICHAEL CUSTANCE BBC Pebble Mill
Sir Peter Hillmore:
with Sue Lawley; Weatherman
The last in the series
A young girl lay dead in a Scottish glen. She had been stabbed repeatedly. The police searched for her killer but could find no clues, no motive. Then a man called George Beattie said that he had been in the glen on the night she died. As the police questioned him he told them in detail how the crime had been committed. His story seemed to fit the facts. Beattie was charged with her murder, convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment. Today, ten years later, he's still in jail. But was Beattie the attacker or did he simply talk himself into a murder charge?
Now, after a year's investigation, Rough Justice has produced new evidence revealing that Beattie had no time to commit the murder; that he had no motive; and that the girl herself died much later that night, long after Beattie had left the glen. Is George Beattie serving life for a crime he did not commit? Reporter Martin Young
A BBC Ariel book (same title), Â£1.95 from booksellers
Introduced by Harry Carpenter
The top events, personalities and stories in sport from home and abroad. Football
Highlights from one of tonight's third round matches in the Milk Cup, when the competition reverts to a single leg knock-out format.
Commentator ALAN PARRY
TV presentation Football JOHN SHREWSBURY Producer ROGER MOODY Editor HAROLD ANDERSON
A report by Esther Rantzen
When a baby dies at birth or in the first few days of life, all too often the memories of that baby are lost completely. He is taken from his parents before they can see him, to save them distress, buried in an unmarked grave, unnamed on a death certificate, never photographed. Worst of all, friends and family avoid talking about him. We try to protect parents by pretending the tragedy has not happened. But many parents would welcome the opportunity to see, hold and mourn their babies openly. Experts in the field believe we must change our attitude to save these parents even greater hurt. In this documentary parents and professionals talk about their own experiences, to try to break down the wall of silence surrounding the lost babies.
Research shaun WOODWARD
Film editor CHRISTINE PANCOTT Producer ESTHER RANTZEN Director JOHN PETTMAN
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Morgan Cross meets interesting people and shares the memories from their personal photographic albums.
Tonight: the nation's 'Head Gardener' Percy Thrower
Director DAVID NELSON Producer MIKE DERBY