with Frank Bough and Selina Scott
The New Top 20 with Mike Smith between
7.55 and 8.0
John Noakes and Shep review the adventures and travels of Go with Noakes.
Around the Cheshire Ring: John and Shep take a canal cruise in north-west England.
Producer DAVID BROWN
Your ideas, games and activities presented by the children of the Cardiff Why Don't You...? gang.
by OLIVER POSTGATE. The Trumpet Pictures by PETER FIRMIN
Presenter Stuart McGugan Guest Carol Leader
Coping with Bereavement
Taj Hasnain talks to Aasha Bawa - a widow and Tulsi Thrukal -a widower. Also they talk about a national organisation, Cruse, which helps widows, widowers and their children.
Asad Amanat Ali Khan and Hamid Ali Khan sing a semi-classical thumri.
BBC Pebble Mill
Asad Amanat Ali
Written and presented by Tom Fleming
3: Following the violence and intimidation of the cashiers and dove sellers in the temple yesterday the authorities, lead by Joseph-Ben-Caiaphas the high priest, planned a showdown with the young Galilean. To arrest a popular folk hero in the temple with his followers everywhere was asking for trouble ... the wisest course was to ensure that this irresponsible young man tangled with the civil authorities.
When he returned to the temple the traps were set.
Film cameraman JIM PEIRSON Sound MARTYN CLJFT Editor MIKE JACKSON
Production assistant LIZ RYVES BROWN Producer JIM MURRAY
★Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
with Philip Hayton and Frances Cpverdale
Weather IAN MACCASKILL
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
In the run-up to the World Snooker Championships guests include commentator Ted Lowe. Michael Smith is in the kitchen and The Flying Pickets provide the music.
BBC Pebble Mill
Michael Smith's book, "Naughty but Nice", Â£1.50 from booksellers
with Donna Douglas , Nancy Kovack
In the second of three films starring the inimitable Elvis, he plays Johnny, a Mississippi riverboat entertainer who is in love with his partner, Frankie. But Johnny is a compulsive gambler whose losing streak changes dramatically when Lady Luck smiles in the attractive shape of Nelly Bly.
Screenplay by ALEX GOTTUEB based on a story by NAT PERRIN . Produced by EDWARD SMALL. Directed by FREDERICK DE CORDOVA Films: page 18
In three separate adventures, Daffy Duck proves yet again that he hasn't learned any of life's lessons. He's still that dollar-loving, devious doublecrosser in search of a quick buck and an easy ride.
Executive producer HAL GEER
Presenter lain Lauchlan Guest Sarah Long
Story: Master Salt the Sailor's Son by ALLAN AHLBERG
Illustrations by ANDRÉ AMSTUTZ
The Boardwalk Booby Trap ★Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
Twelve programmes by BOB BLOCK
11: Magic mannequins model the modes for Painting-but robot Jeremy's robot parrot leads to robot wreckage. and the Pantomime Horse
Incidental music JONATHAN COHEN Producer JEREMY SWAN
Director DAVID CRICHTON
Hazel the McWitch:
A serial in six parts by JEREMY BURNHAM
3: Barry and Lucy have entered a local tournament, but neither is happy with their result. Barry plays Chetwyn, well known on the circuit for his match tactics. The clash between the two is more important for Barry's career than he or Frank realises.
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director ROGER SINGLETON-TURNER icSubtitles on Ceefax page 170
The News with tonight's Weather and Regional Magazines with Nick Ross , Sarah Kennedy and Sally Magnusson
News, views and topical features from Britain and around the world News read by Moira Stuart
And contributions from The Special Correspondents, Sixty Minutes' own team of humorists.
Your Sixty Minutes countdown
5.40 The News
5.55* Regional Magazines
6.38* Closing headlines
(For regional details see Monday)
The Brass Semi-final
Humphrey Burton introduces trumpeters, trombonists, horn players and a lone tuba player, who compete to fill the five places in next Thursday's final. Brass players have always produced enterprising programmes, and variety has been the hallmark of this year's entry.
Director VINCENT DOWDALL
More, Mansfield and Spanish locations blend in a hilarious tale of the West - with More in his element as a non-violent gunsmith who accidentally becomes the most feared sheriff west of Tombstone.
Screenplay by ARTHUR DALES
Based on a short story by JACOB HAY Produced by DANIEL M ANGEL Directed by RAOUL WALSH Films: page 18
with John Humphrys and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weatherman
The Quest for Mastermind's Brain with Anthony Clare
Magnus Magnusson stumps International Mastermind Chris Hughes by asking him what his brain looks like, split down the middle.
Not one to take 'Pass' for an answer, Mastermind sets off on a quest that takes him from computerised brain-waves to the discovery of Pluto and a spell inside the most extraordinary brain-camera in the world.
Series editor MICK RHODES Written and produced by LAURIE JOHN ir Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
Introduced by Harry Carpenter
News, views and personalities from the sporting world - plus highlights of a possible FA Cup Semi-final replay - and also featured tonight: Boxing
The George Wimpey ABA Semi-finals from Preston
The champions of England, Scotland and Wales compete for a place in the ABA finals to be held on 4 May. A good performance in the Guildhall this evening could also help the boxers gain a place in the British team for the Olympic Games in July. Looking for a Break
STEVE DAVIS starts the defence of his World Snooker Championship title next week, having made a fortune from the game. But for those forced to pre-qualify for the tournament, the agony has already begun.
Kieran Prendiville reports on the problems faced by the not-so-famous, as they battle for prize money and a place in the first round.
Television presentation: Boxing BOB DUNCAN
Snooker CHARLES BALCHIN Producer ROGER MOODY Editor JOHN ROWUNSON
starring Stephanie Zimbalist and Pierce Brosnan
You're Steele the One for Me
Has Mike Ito 's brother Kenji been involved in an occidental accident or is he a victim of the oriental underworld? Remington suspects the latter and Laura goes geisha to test his theory.
Written by LEE ZLOTOFF
Directed by THOMAS CARTER