with Frank Bough and Selina Scott and Nick Ross reporting from the Labour Party Conference For timetable see Monday
Plus today: Titch's Pitch: your gardening phone-in with Alan Titchmarsh
Six films about old sailing vessels that have survived; some as playthings of the rich, some in the care of enthusiastic volunteers, and a few in the work for which they were built.
1: Falmouth Working Boats
The oyster banks on the River Fal are the last in the world to be dredged by sail alone. The boats that do the job have evolved over hundreds of years into craft that are both practical and beautiful. Narrator Tom Salmon Producers BRIAN HAWKINS ROBIN DRAKE. BBC Bristol
(Part 2 on Thursday at 9.0 am)
Coverage of the second day from Blackpool.
with Frances Coverdale and Michael Sullivan including a special report on the Labour Party Conference. Weather MICHAEL FISH
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
with Marian Foster , Paul Coia and Bob Langley
A See-Saw programme
Happy or sad - get ready to put your whole self in and you'll soon be smiling! with Chloe Ashcroft and Don Spencer
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Live coverage of the afternoon session from Blackpool.
In a field there was a tree
The finest tree you ever did see Presenter lain Lauchlan Guest Jane Hardy Story: Merrylegs by PETER WILTSHIRE
Whizzin' to Washington
Here they go again, that well-known villain Dick Dastardly and his pal Muttley.
This week's battle of lateral thinking and logic continues, with Howard Stableford asking questions such as: Statistics show that on average there will be rain one day each May in the Kalahari Desert. If it hasn't rained by noon on 26 May, what are the chances it will still be sunny 36 hours later?
Well, can you work it out? The game continues on Thursday at 4.15 pm. Devised by CLIVE DOIG Designers
VIC MEREDITH , LES MCCALLUM Producer IAN OLIVER
Doc's Big Idea
4: The gang find the real sportsman and plan his escape.
J R J:
The classic space adventure series chronicling the exploits of the captain and crew of the USS Enterprise. starring
When Kirk and his crew beam down to an earth-type planet for some rest and recreation, they find themselves experiencing some distinctly unearthly happenings. Is this place the stuff that dreams are made of, or nightmares ... ?
Written by THEODORE STURGEON Directed by ROBERT SPARR
Captain James T Kirk:
Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell present 30 minutes of the latest pictures, stories and events of the day from Britain and around the world, including a special report by David Coss from the Labour
Party Conference at Blackpool.
London Plus, Spotlight
South Today, Points West
Look East, North West Tonight Look North, Midlands Today (For regional details see Monday)
with Mike Read and tonight's musical masterminds:
John Entwistle - Who bass man;
Fergal Sharkey - with just an Undertone of the Assembly; Davy Jones - once a little Monkee v
Dave Dee - without Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Titch;
Tony Butler - of Big Country Cheryl Baker - of Buck's Fizz, who will not be 'Talking in her sleep'.
And in the can CULTURE CLUB and BILLY JOEL.
Director BRUCE THOMPSON Producer JON PLOWMAN
For boxing fans, introducing Joe 'Bomber' Baxter, a new face on the scene (his old one got smashed in), and Billy Bradford , the singing comic, gives you all the old favourites. You'll recognise some of the songs too. with Ronnie Brody
Frank Bruno , David Simeon featuring
Rik Mayall , UB40
Written by LENNY HENRY LAN BROWN , KIM FULLER
JAMES HENDRIE , DAVID HANSEN PAUL OWEN and TONY SARCHET
BOB SINFIELD , ANDREA SOLOMONS Script associate KIM FULLER Music PETER BREWIS
Costume designer JOAN WADGE Lighting FRED WRIGHT Sound LAURIE TAYLOR
Designer DAVID HITCHCOCK Produced and directed by GEOFF POSNER
by H. G. Wells
Griffin, the Invisible Man, forces his old colleague Dr Samuel Kemp to give him shelter. As he recovers from his exhaustion, Griffin tells the fascinated and horrified Kemp how he discovered the secret of invisibility.
Dramatised in six episodes by:
Music composed and conducted by:
Visual effects designer:
The Invisible Man:
Dr Samuel Kemp:
by CARLA LANE starring
Geoffrey Palmer and Bruce Montague
Directed by MANDIE FLETCHER Produced by SYDNEY LOTTERBY
with John Humphrys including a special report on the Labour Party Conference Weatherman
Eight stories about the Special Operations Executive
Narrated by Michael Bryant
On 20 September 1941, a South African mining engineer was landed by submarine off the coast of Montenegro. He had no military experience, his briefing was vague, and his radio equipment obsolete. In a country occupied by German and Italian armies, he found Yugoslav killing
Yugoslav. Yet Bill Hudson was determined to find a leader worthy of British support - one who would both fight the occupiers and defend the civilian population.
A choice had to be made between the Communist Tito and the Royalist Mihailovich.... Film cameramen
PETER CHAPMAN. MIKE SOUTHON Film editor DAN RAE Director IAN DUNCAN
Series producer DOMINIC FLESSATI Written and produced by OLIVER MORSE
by ALEX SHEARER
Nothing but Trouble Steve is now sharing a flat with Sonia and Charlotte - although not harmoniously. Steve also gets a job in the Maintenance Department at the University, much to
Brian's dismay, especially when they become involved in rag week. starring Designer
PAMELA LAMBOOY ProducerROGER RACE
from Wembley Arena featuring
The Queensway Furniture Cup and The Hoechst
Tonight's two featured classes contrast the established with the novice. The Foxhunter
Championship is the biggest show jumping class in the world with tonight's qualifiers coming from hundreds of events throughout the country.
Also a rare appearance in this country by possibly the greatest dressage rider of all time, Olympic Gold Medallist DR REINER KLIMKE from West Germany.
Introduced by david vine Commentators
Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON