Selina Scott and Mike Smith with the brightest start to the day - and to the Weekend. Their guest this morning is the actress Tessa Wyatt.
Including the latest in pop videos with Mike Smith at
7.32; Lynn Faulds Wood presents Danger Watch - a consumer notebook at 8.15; Steve Blacknell 's preview of weekend events in What's On; Glyn Worsnip 's reflections on the past week in Worsnip's Diary at 8.37; Glynn Christian has weekend shopping advice from Glynn's Barrow; Alan Titchmarsh takes your calls on those gardening problems - ring him on [number removed]
with Frances Coverdale and Moira Stuart Weather News
12.57 Regional News (London and SE: Financial Report, and NewsHeadlineswithsubtitles)
Personality guests, music and conversation from the Pebble Mill foyer.
Including today the Romanian Dance Ensemble
A See-Saw programme with Carol Leader
Chock -a -Block is chockablock with pictures to words that rhyme. See what words ring Chock -a -Block's rhyme chime today.
Guinness World Cup First semi-final
The eight teams from around the world have now been reduced to four. This afternoon's first semi-final should bring together
Wales (seeded 3) and Canada (seeded 2) but the All Ireland team of ALEX JUGGINS , DENNIS TAYLOR and EUGENE HUGHES could have knocked out the Canadians. DAVID ICKE introduces live coverage of the start of this best-of-nine-frames match from the Bournemouth International Centre.
Presenter Chloe Ashcroft Guest lain Lauchlan Story: Titch
Written and illustrated by PAT HUTCHINS
Musical director CHRIS WALKER Percussionist PETER BEAMENT Designer DON GILES
Director ALISON STEWART
Producer BARBARA RODDAM Series producer ANNE GOBEY Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Misadventures with Popeye, the spinach-guzzling cartoon sailor in Hail, Hail, the Ganges All Here
by PENELOPE LIVELY
Told by Rosemary Leach for Jackanory
Today: Disastrous Dog
Paul wanted to own a dog, not have a dog own him! Illustrations JAKE TEBBIT
Chairman Johnny Ball The members of this week's panel
Darren Traynor Anna Kipling
Marshall Coleman and Tara Redmond attempt to work out the hobbies of this week's contestants, while Johnny tries to mislead them. Designer ROCHELLE SELWYN producer IAN OLIVER
by FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT Dramatised in seven parts by DOROTHEA BROOKING
6: When the Sun Went Down In spring Colin's health and temper improve so fast that Mary and Dickon feel they can share the garden with him. They take him there, but find they are not quite alone....
Film cameraman JOHN BAKER Producer DOROTHEA BROOKING
Presented by Mike Smith. Sarah Greene , Jan Ravens and Tom Brook report the show-business events of the week. This week's Friday People include:
Jocky Wilson - one of the heavyweights of the darts world who visits top health farm Henlow Grange. Director BRUCE THOMPSON Producer JANE LUSH
with Nicholas Witchell and Sue Lawley followed by Weather News
London Plus, Spotlight, South Today, Points West, Look East, Look North, North West
Tonight, Midlands Today (FordetailsseeMonday)
Including an interview with HRH The Princess Anne, Mrs Mark Phillips.
with Paul Daniels
Which one of six hopeful contestants can identify the words, picture or piece of music as the odd one out? Produced by arrangement with RALPH EDWARDS PRODUCTIONS and ACTION TIME LTD
Based on an original format devised by MARK MAXWELL-SMITH Sound MALCOLM JOHNSON Lighting HENRY BARBER Designer TONY SNOADEN Director DAVID TAYLOR Producer PAUL CIANI
Huggy Bear and the Turkey The enterprising but inept
Huggy Bear and J.D. Turquet set themselves up as private detectives, but soon begin to wonder about the vocation when their first job sees them caught between rival criminals on the trail of stolen money.
Written by RON FRIEDMAN Directed by CLAUDE ENNIS STARRETT JR
with Julia Somerville
Weekend Weather News
by BRIAN CLARK
A serial in eight parts starring
2: Edward Brett 's academic career is over. He now faces the rude shock of life in the real world.
Title and incidental music CARL DAVIS
Designer GAVIN DAVIES
Executive producer MARK SHWAS Producer RUTH BOSWELL Director BARRY DAVIS
Mr de Souza:
Baroness Warnock, Mistress of Girton College, Cambridge, gives the 13th in this series of annual lectures before an invited audience at the Royal Society of Arts in London.
Teacher Teach Thyself
Mary Warnock addresses Britain's teachers and parents of those children now in Britain's schools. She finds a declining morale, and argues that the teachers must now educate themselves. She speaks from personal experience and a lifetime spent in education, both as lecturer in philosophy at Oxford University and as a headmistress.
Mary Warnock believes that many teachers have forgotten the real purpose of education.
Tonight she redefines their role, and argues that they deserve greater respect from both parents and government.
She presents her own ideas on how teachers can help themselves, and in doing so bring a greater professionalism to schools. Introduced by Alasdair Milne ,
Director-General of the BBC Director PlETER MORPURGO Producer JEREMY BENNETT
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When the mutilated body of a farmer's wife is discovered at
- her home, suspicion immediately centres on a stranger in the midst of the small town. A posse of men decide to hunt down the suspect and take the law into their own hands.
Screenplay by PETER YELDHAM Produced by TOM JEFFREY and MATT CARROLL
Directed by TOM JEFFREY t FILMS: page 31