with Frank Bough and Selina Scott Plus today:
The New Top 20 with Mike Smith between 7.55 and 8.0 and Mother to Be between 8.30 and 9.0 Including Breakfast Time Out - the programme's roadshow which this morning has set up its stall in Llandudno where Mike Smith and Diana Moran , the Green Goddess, will be meeting holidaymakers and inviting them to take part in the programme. Turn up and meet the star celebrities - and join in the seaside postcard competition. And you can play from home by ringing the phone-in team. Back in the studio, there'll be up-to-the-minute news and the weather from Barbara Edwards.
A cartoon series
Transported deep below the earth to Terropolis, Tarzan encounters the mole people whose unusual source of energy brings conflict. (Repeat)
Charlie's baseball team is the one and only team to have a dog among its all-stars.
with Jane Asher The Sylvia Game by VIVIEN ALCOCK Part 3
with Tony Hart and COLIN BENNETT as the caretaker Wind and Air
Balloons, leaves, trees and grasses blowing in the wind, a small hurricane, a large sneeze and Mr Bennett grappling with the elements.
Series producer CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON Producer JANE TARLETON
by ELISABETH BERESFORD
Taking part in the last of the Sab Ras programmes are
VANI JAIRAM, TAHIR IKRAM
LUCY REHMAN and SALMA AGHA
An ASIAN UNIT presentation BBC Pebble Mill
with Frances Coverdale and Chris Lowe
Weather BILL GILES
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
A See-Saw programme by DAVID MCKEE
A See-Saw programme with BRIAN CANT
A series of three programmes about painting which explores masterpieces by artists who worked for the Spanish church and court: EL GRECO , TITIAN and VELÁZQUEZ,
3: Paintings by Velazquez
In his own lifetime Velazquez (1599-1660) became known as 'the painter of kings and king of painters'. For this programme his finest work was specially photographed where it hangs today in the unrivalled collection at the Prado Museum, Madrid, in the National Gallery, London and in the National Gallery of Scotland. Taking part are
Allan Braham , National Gallery
Nigel Glendinning , Professor of Spanish, London University Eric Young, art historian and Xavier De Salas , Director of the Prado Museum
Introduced by Christopher Burstall
In colour, lighting and expert comment an object lesson (DAILY TELEGRAPH) Stills photography MICHAEL SANDERS Producer CHRISTOPHER BURSTALL
The feature film starring Robertson Hare with Alfred Drayton , Isabel Jeans
When Jones is fired from his third job he turns to his resourceful mother Sue Long. Sue has a list of men who could, or should help because each is the possible father of her charming son. She suggests they approach Mr Pound and Mr Tink for assistance....
Screenplay by WALTER c. MYCROFT LESLEY STORM and BEN TRAVERS from the play by BEN TRAVERS
Produced and directed by WALTER c. MYCROFT
Sir Ramsey Flight:
'Stained glass is one of the few crafts that is solely Christian in origin. I believe no one else has anything like it except the Arabs.'
The late Joseph Nuttgens made stained-glass windows for over 60 years. He spent three months preparing a window for a Lancashire church, and this film follows the development of that window from the first sketches to the final installation.
Series producer JOHN READ Producer ROBIN LOUGH
Presenter Fraser Wilson Guests
Kate Copstick , lain Lauchlan
Story: Old Winkle and the Seagulls by ELIZABETH AND GERALD ROSE
The boys see action during a short life on the ocean.
A new adventure story from Australia in three parts.
1: Young Jim Mason has been out of work since he left school. Jim owes money and needs a job but he feels there's no hope of doing what his father did and working on the boats in Sydney harbour. So like his mates he spends his time at the boys' club wondering whether he could make money as a boxer.
Director PETER MAXWELL
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Sgt Don Bailey:
with Moira Stuart ; Weatherman
(For regional details see Monday)
The second heat of BBC Television's international canoeing competition has six more champions from Great Britain, New Zealand, USA and Switzerland attempting to master a specially designed course of man-made and natural obstacles. Commentators
ALAN PARRY and JOHN GOSLING
Producer JOHN G. smith. BBC Pebble Mill
A feature film in two parts starring
Tension mounts as the rescue operation gets under way ... Johnny is the most desperate of the trapped victims to get off the collapsing bridge with his ill-gotten loot. But afraid of being double-crossed, he refuses to let anyone on to the bridge despite the pleas of Paul for his sick son and Theresa for the wounded Harvey.
Screenplay by ARTHUR WEISS
RAY GOLDSTONE and MICHAEL ROBERT DAVID Produced by IRWIN ALLEN
Directed by GEORGE FENADY Films: page 13
An Explosive Situation with Maggie Philbin
What makes an explosives expert so sure he can demolish 4,000 tons of cooling tower without damaging the clothing factory less than 20 feet away?
Maggie Philbin explodes more than myths as she learns to control the Power of explosives, and ends up in Huddersfield where two cooling towers standing in the town centre must be demolished.
Film editor CHRIS WOOLLEY
Executive producer DAVID FILKIN Producer LESLEY NEWSON
The Weltklasse Meeting
Sebastian Coe , Carl Lewis and Evelyn Ashford are scheduled to take part in this annual athletics spectacular which usually produces a crop of high-class performances.
Commentators DAVID COLEMAN ,
RON PICKERING , STUART STOREY
TV presentation Swiss TELEVISION SERVICE
Julia Somerville; Weatherman
Boh Monkhouse presents the last in the present series in which he introduces the best of comedy talent.
This week his special guests are Norman Wisdom and from the UbbK via Los Angeles, 'The Russian Comic , Yakov Smirnoff. with music from Bertice Reading and THE HARRY STONEHAM BAND
Programme associate NEIL SHAND Script associates
DENNIS BERSON , SPIKE MULLINS Director GEOFF MILES
Produced by JOHN FISHER
(Bob's Full House starts on 1 September)
The last in the series of plays about a Scottish New Town. 5: A View of Things by ALAN SPENCE , starring
Teaching's a rotten job these days-the kids have no respect at all. You can't even threaten them with spoiling their job chances. What job chances?
Music by B. A. ROBERTSON Designer DAVID MCKENZIE
Produced by TOM KINNINMONT
Directed by TOM COTTER . BBC Scotland
Leeds United v Southampton March 1972
Don Revie 's Leeds United dominated English football for a decade, and in March 1972 Match of the Day was at Elland Road to see them give one of their most memorable performances. John Motson reflects on that Leeds side with the help of Jack Charlton - and recalls two controversial matches which cost Leeds dearly.
Producer ALAN GRIFFITHS
The Weltklasse meeting
Highlights of tonight's event