with Frank Bough and Selina Scott For timetable of regular features see Tuesday. Plus today:
The Breakfast Time Doctor between
8.30 and 9.0
Food and Cooking with Glynn Christian between 8.30 and 9.0
Your ideas, games and activities presented by the children of the Scottish Why Don't You...? gang.
with BILL HARTSTON
Chess puzzles, an introduction to some of the greatest players in chess history, and a Girls v Boys Challenge Match.
with Bernard Cribbins
Mortimer's Portrait on Glass by JOAN AIKEN
Today: Black Feakle 's Bog
Paddington Clears the Coach
Presenter Carol Leader Guests
Wayne Jackman , Fraser Wilson Story: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
An inter-estate competition between country house owners and their respective teams.
Competitors' skills are tested in clay pigeon shooting, fly casting, gun dog tests and carriage driving. Representing Lancashire: GISBURNE PARK ESTATE Representing Yorkshire:
Presented by Susan King
Assistant producer ALAN WRIGHT Director KEITH MACKENZIE
Producer GEOFFREY WILSON. BBC Manchester
John Noakes and Shep review the Go with Noakes series. The Guernsey Handicap
John crosses the Channel for his first sailing race.
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale Weather BILL GILES
12.57 Regional News
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Guests include Mary Tamm who, with Ian Lavender , launches a new BBC comedy series The Hello Goodbye Man.
Editor PETER HERCOMBE
(The Hello Goodbye Man, tonight at 9.0 pm on BBC2)
with Brian Cant
Among his bric-a-brac Brian finds some beads, a bugle and a bicycle, and in the book box A Number of Bears by Dean Walley, illustrated by Francis Yanoshita.
Author (A Number of Bears):
Illustrator (A Number of Bears):
The Barratt World Doubles Championship from the Royal Albert Hall , London Eight of the top doubles teams in the world, including defending champions HEINZ GUNTHARDT and BALAZS TAROCZY, are assembled once again for this premiere doubles event.
The eight teams are split into two groups and play on a round-robin basis with the top four going through to Saturday's semi-finals.
Introduced by BARRY DAVIES Commentator DAN MASKELL
JOHN BARRETT , MARK COX
by OLIVER POSTGATE The Rescue
Presenter Stuart McGugan Guest Floella Benjamin
Story: The Owl Who was Afraid of the Dark by JILL TOMLINSON
with Joanna David
The Ordinary Princess by M. M. KAYE
3: Second Thursdays
First of 12 cartoons
The magic time machine takes off with the Fonz and his gang aboard, but all they want is to find their own home town and their own time zone - the year 1957 in Milwaukee, USA. the time machine lands the gang in a prehistoric jungle.
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with Simon Groom , Peter Duncan and Janet Ellis
The News with tonight's Weather and Regional Magazines
Presenters Nick Ross , Sally Magnusson and Beverly Anderson
News read by Jan Leeming
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
5.40 The News
5.53* Regional Magazines
6.38* Closing headlines
First of a four-part story by Johnny Byrne
Starring Peter Davison
The latest news from the world of science and technology.
Presented by Kieran Prendiville Peter Macann , Judith Hann and Maggie Philbin
Producers MARTIN MORTIMORK DAVID DUGAN. CYNTHIA PAGEFIONA HOLMES
Studio director PETER LEVERS Editor DAVIDFlLKIN
Martin Mortimork David
A special live edition celebrating 20 years of Top of the Pops.
Introduced by John Peel and David Jensen.
with Paul Heiney
Clem Bailey blows up his daughter at least three times a year. What has he got against her?
John Clark throws himself in front of Fred Dibnah 's steamroller. Is it because he's given up the milk-round? Why would Joan Smith rather be known as Natasha Steel , Belle of the Blades?
Michael Costello spends his summer in an exploding coffin. Could it be easier than eating light-bulbs?
The reason is they're Showmen rehearsing all winter long in suburban back gardens, performing around the country at shows and fairs in the summertime. Their passion is not for fame or fortune, but for entertaining the public. They are keeping alive a tradition of British entertainment.
PAUL HEINEY meets the showmen for whom the show must go on. Photography NIGEL MEAKIN. Arthur smith Ijj Film editor at.an lygo tr Executive producer EDWARD MIRZOEFF Producer PATRICIA HOULIHAN •FEATURE: page 11
with Sue Lawley; Weatherman
with Lauren Bacall
James Stewart , Ron Howard
During the 30 years from 1871 to 1901, J. B. Books has become a legend. He is feared and admired as one of the West's greatest gunfighters. He is also the target for everyone out to make a 'reputation'. When Books arrives in a small town he seeks the advice of Dr Hostetler, who diagnoses cancer. The ageing gunfighter decides that his remaining days will not be wasted. In his last film, John Wayne plays J. B. Books brilliantly, in a style which mixes the ending of his own legendary career with the dying days of the mythical gunfighter he portrays.
Screenplay by MILES HOOD SWARTHOUT and scott HALE Based on the novel by GLENSON SWARTHOUT
Produced by M. J. FRANKOVICH and WILLIAM SELF Directed by DON SIEGEL Films: page 17
(Hollywood Greats: John Wayne next Monday)
J B Books:
The Barratt World Doubles Championship
Highlights of this evening's matches which give an indication of the teams likely to qualify for the semi-finals. Introduced by BARRY DAVIES