with Frank Bough and Selina Scott
For timetable of regular features see Monday Plus today:
Food and Cooking with Glynn Christian between 8.30 and 9.0 Ask Alison: your phone-in to
Alison Mitchell on money matters
Five programmes in which leading handweavers demonstrate their techniques and discuss their ideas. Presented by ANN SUTTON 4: Tapestry
Producer ANNA JACKSON
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale Weather BILL GILES
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Anna Ford talks to actor Dirk Bogarde , and knitwear specialist Kaffe Fassett launches the Pebble Mill Heritage Tapestry.
Editor PETER HERCOMBE
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A See-Saw programme with FRED HARRIS
Today it's the Chockabloke who puts the block into Chockablock's block slot and rocks the Rockablocks to find words that ring Chockablock's rhyme chime.
GOSLING Designer MARY PENLEY-EDWARDS Producer MICHAEL COLE
Introduced by James Cameron
A series of films featuring the rediscovered work of amateur cameramen and 'home movie' makers of the 20s and 30s.
Among the most potent reminders of the pre-war world are the vanished technological dinosaurs; like the huge biplanes of the commercial airways, the Atlantic ocean-liners, and above all, the steam trains.
Series producer DAVID COLLISON Presented by PAUL JORDAN
with Paul Henreid
Sultry Evelyn Hahn falls for a ruthless criminal fleeing from a murderous gang. When the criminal discovers her boss is his near double, he lays plans to kill and assume his lookalike's respectable identity-even scarring his own face to perfect the likeness. Stepping into his victim's place he discovers that fate has an ironic twist.
John Muller/Dr Bartok:
English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
Presenter Sheelagh Gilbey
Guests Brian Jameson , Ben Thomas Story: Charlie and the Jug by JEAN WATSON
with Penelope Wilton Carbonel by BARBARA SLEIGH Part 2
You're a Good Sport, Charlie Brown Snoopy and Charlie Brown are rival bikers but the first prize is not quite what is expected.
with Paul McDowell
Last of four programmes in which Mark Curry sets out to discover the true stories behind treasures held in museums and stately homes throughout the country.
The Treasures of Blenheim Palace by DOROTHY SMITH with Blenheim is one of the greatest houses in Britain, filled with treasures belonging to the famous Churchill family - from the tavern bill that John Churchill used to scribble the news of his greatest victory, to the siren suit worn by his equally famous descendant Sir Winston Churchill.
Film cameraman PAUL WHEELER Film sound RON BLIGHT Film editor PAUL HARDY Director ROB BENFIELD
The News with tonight's Weather and Regional Magazines
Nick Ross, Sarah Kennedy and Sally Magnusson present news, views and topical features from
Britain and around the world including news read by Moira Stuart. Sixty Minutes reporters:
BOB WELLINGS , BERNARD FALK
PHILIP TIBENHAM , GLYN WORSNIP CHRIS SERLE , NICK WOOLLEY
FRAN MORRISON , PATTI COLDWELL LAURIE MAYER , JOHN MOUNTFORD
MICHAEL WALE , SUSANNAH GREENBERG and MAGGIE NELSON
And contributions from The Special Correspondents, Sixty Minutes' own team of humorists.
Your countdown through Sixty Minutes
5.40 The News
5.55* Regional Magazines
6.38* Closing headlines
(for regional details see Monday)
Live from the Greenwood Theatre, Kenny Everett invites Russell to put his toes into The Blood Bath at the House of Death.
If he escapes alive he will also be talking to his star guests and bringing you the best in mid-week music.
Sue Cuff presents her collection of items to help you through 1984 in 'Cuff's Stuff'.
Director RON ISTED
Producer JON PLOWMAN Editor TOM GUTTERIDCE
The last of 12 episodes with Nerys Hughes as Megan by WILLIAM INGRAM
Series devised by JULIA SMITH and TONY HOLLAND
The charabanc, full of children, has crashed on the mountainside. This forces the people of the town to look at themselves in a new light. What do they really want for their community? And where will Megan, the district nurse, fit into their scheme of things .. ?
Music by DAVID MINDEL Designer GERALD MURPHY
Script editor TONY HOLLAND Producer JULIA SMITH Director
GEORGE P. OWEN. BBC Wales
Mrs Prosser Davies:
Bill Beaumont and Emlyn Hughes captain teams of sporting celebrities. Questionmaster David Coleman tests their knowledge of the greatest - and the funniest - moments in sport. And for viewers at home, the fifth of six mystery guests attempts to hide his identity. For the competition winners, visits to two major sporting events of their choice.
Director PETER HAYWARD
Producer MIKE ADLEY. BBC Manchester
And the Winner is ...
It's all over bar the shouting in the off-shore leases auction - has J.R. succeeded in getting Cliff Bames to do his bidding? Ray and Donna confront Edgar Randolph about his involvement in the affair while Katherine begins to suspect that she may be wrong about Jenna.
Directed by NICK HAVINGA
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
with Sue Lawley; Weatherman
A comedy by STEPHEN FAGAN , with Peter Vaughan , Michael Aldridge James Maxwell and Peter Bayliss All seems ready for a major sale of impressionist paintings to be graced by a royal visit. But panic erupts in the boardroom when the pedigree of the Van Gogh - to be sold by the Russians - is questioned. When it causes a scene between the porters, Les and Mick, a respectable firm is forced to take drastic action to save the big day.
Script editor DUSTY HUGHES Lighting JOHN SUMMERS Sound CHICK ANTHONY Designer AUSTIN RUDDY
Producer MICHAEL WEARING Director RICHARD WILSON
'I suppose there's great personal satisfaction in being a general practitioner. There are days when you feel dreadful about the thing, that you've got nowhere. I'd love to change the whole housing situation here. I'd love to get people jobs. I'd love them to have happy marriages.'
Dr Paul McKeown has been a GP for 33 years near Belfast's dockland, a close-knit inner city community, now laid waste by planned and unplanned redevelopment. The diseases in the community - bad housing, unemployment, dereliction, violence, vandalism - are not ones he can cure. He just treats the symptoms. As he says: you can't change the world.
Producer ROBIN wyue. BBC Northern Ireland
The Courage Soccer Six from Birmingham
Eight top First Division clubs compete tonight in this exciting six-a-side tournament at the National Exhibition Centre.
ARSENAL, SOUTHAMPTON, WATFORD and ASTON VILLA are among those competing for the City of Birmingham Cup and total prize money of £45,000. Commentators JOHN MOTSON , ALAN PARRY
Introduced by TONY GUBBA
Producer JOHN SHREWSBURY