with Frank Bough and Selina Scott Including today
The New Top 20: Mike Smith is in the studio to present television's first look at this week's pop chart.
Day 7: The Lion and Jawlift
Last in the series
Out of the Black Mountains
Presenter Liz Watts
Guest Wayne Jackman
Story: Shaggy Little Dog by DESANKA MAKSUMOVIC
Nargis Sami , Parmajit Seehra and Kanchar Suresh - three enterprising ladies who run their own businesses. Shaheen Nawab discusses with them the mechanics of the day-to-day running of their ventures.
Leela Ghosh entertains with a ghazal.
An Asian unit presentation BBCPebbleMill
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale Weather MICHAEL FISH
12.57 Regional News
(London and SE: Financial
Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Top cook Prue Leith continues her series on how to keep your cooking looking good, and the Band of the Royal Marines lend a sense of occasion to the proceedings.
with Richard Dix
In the early days of commercial flying two intrepid Trans World airline pilots compete not only for flying honours but also for the love of one woman. Meg finally makes her decision and marries one of them, but Stag and Ken are both sent on a perilous mission to chart a new trans-Arctic route to Moscow ...
Screenplay LIONEL HOUSER Directed by LEW LANDERS Produced by ROBERT SISK
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3.48 Regional News
Presenter Sheelagh Gilbey Guest Brian Cant
Story: Farmer Flinder's Hat by MABEL WATTS
with the voices of DEREK GRIFFITHS, PETER HAWKINS,
MELVYN HAYES, ROY KINNEAR,
JON PERTWEE, VICTOR SPINETTI Music CHRIS STUART and MIKE TOWNEND
Written by ROBIN LYONS Producer MIKE YOUNG
Designed and directed by DAVE EDWARDS
by JAN MARK
Read by Brian Cant for Jackanory 3: Marrows
Mark Curry introduces two teams from Argyll and Tayside in the final qualifying round before the semi-finals.
They'll be answering observation questions based on clips from Bambi, It's Not Cricket and Bedknobs and Broomsticks.
You can also see an excerpt from Chess by JONATHAN AGNEW which was a runner-up in the Young
Film Maker's Competition, animated section. Designer BARRY ROACH Director JUDY MERY
Producer TONY HARRISON BBC Manchester
by John Masefield dramatised by Alan Seymour in six episodes
1: When the Wolves Were Running
Young Kay Harker's adventures begin in the train on the way home for the Christmas holidays.
There is snow on the wind, and wild dogs roaming the countryside. Kay has the strangest feeling something very mysterious is about to happen.
OB lighting John Mason Designers
Bruce Macadie, David Buckingham Producer Paul Stone Director Renny Rye
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by JOHN ESMONDE and BOB LARBEY , starring Richard Briers Felicity Kendal and Penelope Keith with Paul Eddington
Mutiny Tom and Barbara's troubles become dwarfed by their neighbours'...
Designer PAUL MUNTING
Producer JOHN HOWARD DAVIES
Nicholas Witchell and Jeremy Paxman present 30 minutes of the latest pictures, stories and events of the day from Britain and around the world.
London Plus, Spotlight Points West, Look East North West Tonight
Look North, South Today Midlands Today
Tom O'Connor attempts to ensure fair play as interrogators Anneka Rice ,
Chris Kelly , Bettine Le Beau and Barry Cryer try to uncover the secrets held by Tom's guests.
Among them is Jess Conrad , who seeks to fool the panel about an event in his colourful past.
Presented by arrangement with MARK GOODSON and TALBOT TELEVISION LIMITED Lighting JOHN GREEN Sound NEIL SADWICK
Designer ANDY DIMOND Director BOB WILD
Producer TIM MARSHALL
by ARLINE WHITTAKER starring
Elsie wants to take a holiday under the baking sun of North Africa but she has one big problem to contend with - Roland's mother, Enid. Enid always goes on holiday with them and she doesn't like
'abroad'. If Enid sees sand, she expects to see donkeys on it, not camels but, as Sharon says, she'd give them the hump.
Designer ALAN SPALDING Produced and directed by ROGER RACE
If at First You Don't....
Life is already looking very black for J.R. Then the killer strikes again.... Written by DAVID PAULSEN
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Please send letters to: Barry Took , Points of View, BBC Television Centre. London [Postcode removed]
Book, El.50 from booksellers
by the Conservative Party (Also on BBC2 at 10.45 pm)
with Julia Somerville Weatherman
Six films in which
Chris Serle and Paul Heiney take it in turns to plunge in at the deep end and learn the hard way about a completely new world. Fashion Designer
Paul Heiney 's total achievement in art is an 0-level pass. It's not the highest qualification for a would-be world-class fashion designer.
There's to be a gala fashion show at Guildhall, in the City of London. Royalty will be there. Paul sets his sight on this glittering evening. To get there, he has to design the Heiney
Collection -a dress for a royal garden party, a suit to wear about town, and a glamorous ball-gown.
For guidance Paul turns to fashionable Bruce Oldfield , designer to princesses and film stars. Help and criticism comes from
Jean Muir and Hardy Amies. It's film star
Charlotte Rampling Paul has in mind when he designs his dresses - and she tells him just what she feels about them. After six months,
Paul's dresses are finished. International model
Michelle Paradise is to wear them. But how will they be received when she steps out on the catwalk? Research JO CLOUGH
Film editor GRAHAM DEAN
Series producer EDWARD MIRZOEFF Producer JOHN BIRD
with Harry Carpenter
News, views and personalities from the sporting world, including tonight: Cup Football
With the holders, Liverpool, out of the Milk Cup, this season's trophy will be going to a new home.
Highlights from tonight's fourth round of the competition and news of this evening's other games.
Commentator ALAN PARRY
Boxing's Show-down of the Year
It's a few days now to the show-down fight of the year-a triple championship middleweight bout between two men from vastly different backgrounds. In one comer, the European title holder, Tony Sibson , trains in the rural setting of a Leicestershire village; in the other, Mark Kaylor ,
British and Commonwealth champion, fights out of the Terry Lawless stable-the London 'academy' of professional boxing which has already spawned four world champions.
HARRY CARPENTER reports. Television presentation:
Football JOHN SHREWSBURY Producer ROGER MOODY Editor JOHN ROWUNSON
• Sports Personality of the Year Coupon: page 16
starring and Mickey Makes the Grade Mickey is excited about attending night school to get her high school diploma. However, her confidence folds when the teacher makes some unkind remarks about her work.
Directed by JIM DRAKE