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
The Space Serpent
Earth is attacked by a hideous craft from outer space - a serpent-like ship sent by the evil ruler of planet Spectra to devour all Earth's oil resources.
John and Shep review the adventures of the Go with Noakes series. You Might Win a Wee Prize
John trains for the caber-tossing at Pitlochry highland games.
Your ideas, games and activities presented by the children of the Cardiff Why Don You ... ? gang.
Seven films written and presented by Tom Fleming 2: Confrontation
When the young prophet from Galilee arrived at the temple in Jerusalem it covered 35 acres and there were still 30 to 40 years work needed to finish it. There were some who felt that all Israel's woes began with the attempt to trap God's presence in this holy place. The Galilean dismounted from his borrowed donkey, dusted his feet and walked purposefully into the Court of Nations.
with Philip Hayton and Frances Coverdale Weather IAN MCCASKILL
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Marian Foster visits Aston Hall in Birmingham, an imposing Jacobean house which the Duke of Gloucester officially re-opens today after a £500,000 restoration.
Editor PETER HERCOMBE
A See-Saw programme
Produced and directed by TREVOR BOND and TERRY WARD
with Lizabeth Scott
In the first of three films starring the great rock idol, Elvis plays a young hillbilly singer hired by press agent Glenda Markle as a 'gimmick' to boost the waning popularity of Tex Warner's cowboy band. But Elvis proves a sensation - drawing a parallel with his own phenomenal impact and success.
Screenplay by HERBERT BAKER and HAL KAN TER from a story by MARY AGNES THOMPSON Produced by HAL B. WALLIS Directed by HAL KANTER Films: page 18
Walter 'Tex' Warner:
Officer Pooch and Home on the Range
Nimble fingers making patterns, Shapes and patterns everywhere Presenter lain Lauchlan Guest Jane Hardy Story: Just Awful by ALMA MARSHAK WHITNEY
Illustrations by LILLIAN HOBAN
The Fox tries to steal a march on the Hunter but the hound-dog detective sees through his disguises.
with Charlie Drake
3: Will the two strangers steal the formula? And how can the professor and Simon escape?
Directed by GERALD ohara Produced by ROY SIMPSON
A Children's Film and Television Foundation production
starring Keith Chegwin with guests
Thereza Bazar, David Grant Modern Romance
Cheggers bounces back with top pop excitement, quick quizzes and the craziest games as his twin teams, the Reds and the Yellows, battle it out in a feast of fun.
Designer SHIRLEY MILLER
Executive producer PETER RIDSDALE SCOTT
Producer MARTIN HUGHES. BBC Manchester 0 BACK PAGE: 90
with Johnny Ball
Johnny discovers the fun behind the facts about ships.
Find out what it's like to steer a super simulator for tankers and sea the smallest transatlantic yacht. You can also sea Johnny, as a rowman, give a victory wave and splash out!
Written by JOHNNY BALL Designer JOHN BONE
Producer ALBERT BARBER BBC Bristol
The News with tonight's Weather and Regional Magazines
Nick Ross, Sarah Kennedy and Sally Magnusson present news, views and topical features with 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
Your Sixty Minutes countdown
5.40 The News
5.55* Regional Magazines
6.38* Closing headlines
(For regional details see Monday)
The Wind Semi-final
Humphrey Burton introduces flautists, oboists, clarinettists and a saxophonist in a varied competition to find the five players to go into next Wednesday's final. ,
The wind group has always produced a very high standard of playing and this year promises to be as exciting as previous years.
Sound ROY BRADSHAW
Lighting GEORGE NORTON Producer HELEN MORTON
Series producer ROY TIPPING
Director ALAN TONGUE . (The Brass Semi -final tomorrow at 6.40pm)
Introduced by David Attenborough
In the far north of Britain, on the stormwashed islands of Shetland, lives a rare and beautiful animal, which most of us will never see-the otter.
But here is a unique opportunity to watch, through the eye of the camera, the day to day activities of a family ot totally wild otters. We see a courting pair at play, the mother encouraging her cubs to make their first venture into the water, and finally the well-grown young otters learning to hunt and fend for themselves.
Narrated by Bobby Tulloch
Photographed and directed by HUGH MILES Produced by dilys BREESE BBC Bristol
Bill Beaumont and Emlyn Hughes captain teams of sporting celebrities. Questionmaster David Coleman tests their knowledge of faces, facts and feats, reviving memories of the greatest - and the funniest - moments in sport.
Director PETER HAYWARD Producer MIKE ADLEY BBC Manchester
Sports questions? Turn to Ceefax page 170
Sue Ellen is worried when Lucy begins to believe that Peter is a truly camp counsellor and determines to discover the truth about his private life. Pam wants to keep Mark in the dark until after the wedding but his doctor is hard to convince. J.R. and Jessica find they have more in common than an initial similarity ...
Written by LEONARD KATZMAN Directed by LARRY HAGMAN
Record On the Air (REF 454), from retailers
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
with John Humphrys Weatherman
The Rt Rev David Sheppard , Bishop of Liverpool, gives the 12th in this series of annual lectures before an invited audience at the Royal Society of Arts in London. The Other Britain
DAVID SHEPPARD describes 'the other Britain' as those city areas where poverty and unemployment are realities. He knows them well as he has spent over 30 years working there, first as a clergyman then as bishop.
Tonight he asks everyone in 'comfortable' Britain - as he calls it - to stand in the shoes of the people in that other Britain. He explains why attitudes must change, why politicians must alter their policies and why the Christian Church must become involved. He finds in Liverpool and elsewhere a dangerous alienation between governors and governed.
He concludes by making his own practical proposals for removing the poverty which 'imprisons the spirit' and divides the nation. Introduced by Stuart Young , Chairman of the BBC
Director PIETER MORPURGO Producer JEREMY BENNETT t FEATURE: page 3
The feature film starring
Walter Matthau , Robert Shaw
'Your train has been taken'. These ominous words echo into the security section of the New York subway. The most unlikely of hijackings has taken place with a gang of armed and desperate men in command of a train compartment and 17 passengers. Their demand is a ransom of one million dollars-to be delivered within an hour. For every minute's delay one of the passengers will die. This ingenious and gripping movie has a strong documentary element, contributing to the forceful and violent portrait of New York life - above and below the ground.
Screenplay by PETER STONE
Based on the novel by JOHN GODEY Produced by GABRIEL KATZKA , EDGAR J. SCHERICK Directed by JOSEPH SARGENT Films: page 18
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