with Frank Bough and Selina Scott
For regular features see Monday
Plus today: The Breakfast
Time Doctor between 8.30 and 9.0 Food and Cooking with Glynn Christian between 8.30 and 9.0
The last of ten programmes
Presented by Penny McMorris
'Crazy' quilts consist of an apparently random collection of fabrics sewn on to a backing fabric. Penny McMorris shows how to make them and gives hints on the storage and care of quilts.
Production WBGU-TV, Ohio
Book (same title) Â£3.25 from booksellers
with Johnny Morris and Terry Nutkins
Today Gemini the Animal Magic sea-lion, goes to Lloyds of London, where Terry takes out a special insurance for her.
Producer MIKE BEYNON
with Jane Asher
The Sylvia Game by VIVIEN ALCOCK Part 4
with Tony Hart and Morph and The Tin Pots
Teeth. Cut out teeth, stick on teeth, teeth that stick up, and teeth that do surprising things.
Series producer CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON Producer JANE TARLETON
by ELISABETH BERESFORD told by BERNARD CRIBBINS
Music by MIKE BATT
Animated and directed by IVOR WOOD
Presenter Andrew Secombe Guest Elizabeth Watts
Story: The Jumping King by PETER WILTSHIRE
Cornhill Insurance Test Match
England v Sri Lanka from Lord's First day
After the tribulations of the West Indies series, England's bruised team take on the Sri Lankans for the first time ever in a Test Match in England. David Gower's men will be favourites to beat a side that plays attractive cricket, but does not have a penetrating attack.
Peter West introduces coverage of the whole of this morning's play.
with Frances Coverdale and Chris Lowe
Weather BILL GILES
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
A See-Saw programme
It's a windy day in Greendale. Pat has a job steering his van, Alf Thompson is nearly blown off his feet, and Peter Fogg has to cut up a fallen tree to unblock the road.
Cornhill Insurance Test Match
England v Sri Lanka from Lord's Introduced by PETER WEST
Listen to the ocean
Echoes of a million sea-shells Presenter Fraser Wilson Guest Kate Copstick
Story: Clams Can't Sing by JAMES STEPHENSON
A serial in 26 parts based on the stories by MARK TWAIN
Huck was about to leave the Granger-fords for ever when he heard that Sophia had eloped with Harney Shep herdson. This caused a battle between the feuding families. Huck went to help Buck, but Buck signalled and then fired a shot to drive him away. Huck got away but knew that while covering him Buck had been killed. Huck and Jim start their journey down river again.
21: Meet the Duke and Dauphin
Director MICHAEL BERRY Writer ALF HARRIS
Executive producer TOM WAGNER
The award-winning series in which David Bellamy , shrunken in size-but not in enthusiasm -takes a journey through an ordinary British garden, proving that you don't have to go to remote parts of the world to learn about the wonders of evolution. 2: Through the Lawn
Director PAUL KRIWACZEK
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY
Book (same title) 94.50 from booksellers
with Moira Stuart Weatherman
(For regional details see Monday)
from Blubberhouses, Yorkshire, an international field of lady canoeists compete in BBC Television's canoeing competition.
Liz Sharman , the Ladies World and Paddles Up champion, defends her title against national champions from Holland, USA, Germany and Great Britain.
Tomorrow, the two fastest ladies compete against the four men from the first and second heats. Commentators
ALAN PARRY and JOHN GOSLING
Producer JOHN G. SMITH BBC Pebble Mill
The second of three films showing man's varied involvement with wild animals on land and in the sea. Last Stand in Eden
The scene is Kenya-a homeland for elephants but also for man, and there's the dilemma. Two thousand elephants are on the move. Threatened by drought, shrinking food supply and human poaching, they instinctively migrate from their traditional pastures. They invade farmlands, creating havoc and destroying man's crops. In fertile Africa, people and elephants are now competing for space and food supplies. How can the African elephants survive?
A NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY film BBC Bristol
Introduced by Mike Read and Tommy Vance.
starring and guest starring
Like Father, Like
Son Alex 's reluctant reconciliation with his father is severely strained when they both date the same girl....
Written by DAVID LLOYD Directed by JIM BURROWS
Seven programmes written and presented by Glyn Worsnip 6: Ready for Anything
The Falklands war is at its height. Still on stand-by, 480 Platoon are hurried off to Wales for Advanced Battle Training. Now it is live ammunition, fire and movement, street fighting - all to get rid of 'gun-shyness', say the instructors. The weapons and the fieldcraft they use are being tested at that very moment on Mount Longoon, 8,000 miles away. But will 'our boys' be given the chance to join in, or will the war be over before they can get there... ? Either way, there is still the Passing Out Parade to look forward to. Yet even on the platoon's big day the fates have it in for them.... with Andy Cunningham perhaps the inevitable victim.
Producer BILL JONES
Executive producer DAVID HARRISON
with Richard Whitmore Weatherman
or The Peer and the Peri An opera in two acts by GILBERT AND SULLIVAN starring Derek Hammond-Stroud Richard Van Allen
Alexander Oliver , Kate Flowers Anne Collins with the Ambrosian Opera Chorus and the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Alexander Faris
Banished for 25 years for marrying a mortal, a beautiful fairy, Iolanthe, returns from her watery prison at the bottom of the pond still only 17 years old. But her youth and beauty cause trouble for her half-mortal son Strephon. His fiancee, Phyllis, a ward in Chancery, refuses to believe lolanthe is his mother and breaks off their engagement....
Directed by DAVE HEATHER
Produced by JUDITH DE PAUL A Brent Walker production
(There is a series about Gilbert and Sullivan on Fridays on Radio 2)
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The Earl of Mountararat:
Arsenal v Newcastle United and Leicester v Birmingham, December 1976
For five years Malcolm Macdonald was the idol of Tyneside - but at High-bury he lined up for Arsenal against his former club. Tonight, 'Supermac' looks back with John Motson at a Match of the Day programme which contained no fewer than 16 goals. Producer ALAN GRIFFITHS
(Match of the Day returns next Saturday on BBC1)