Fashion: a weekly took at the trends and the best buys; gardening advice from Alan Titchmarsh down on Titch's Pitch: Advice Line: the expert panel answers your calls and offers advice; and Glynn Christian has more recipe and food ideas, plus School's Out.
Secret agents from Spectra penetrate Earth's Space
Centre. Mark and Princess have to try to find the targeting transmitter before Spectra blows up all Earth's main defences.
Invasion of the Space Centre Part 1
When the Monkees fall behind with their rent, the landlord moves in another tenant.
Puzzles, hobbies, games and jokes from the Belfast gang. The Why Don't You...? school uniform fashion show, and some apple ideas to get your teeth into! Lighting ERNEST J. COOKE Sound KARL WALKER
Designer JOHN ARMSTRONG Producer BRIAN WILLIS
Series producer PETER CHARLTON
Come on everybody, Have a celebration
Presenter Sheelagh Gilbey Guests: Ben Bazell
Story: The Festival by PETER BONNICI
Director DIANNE KENNY
When a penniless Yankee war hero is befriended by the Cartwrights he becomes the target of hatred for a family of war-embittered Southerners.
Written by FRANK CHASE
Directed by LEWIS ALLEN
The wild brown trout of the chalk streams of Southern
England is a wary, wily and powerful predator. To fish for it well is the summit of the angler's art. On the beautiful banks of a Berkshire river, top fishermen Brian Clarke and John Goddard test their new fly designs in their quest to catch some difficult trout. Narrator John Hedges Written and produced by NELL CLEMINSON . BBC Bristol
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale
Weather News MICHAEL COLE
12.57 Regional News (London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
The Rev Roger Royle talks to a social worker and to an ex-prisoner about their relationship and the problems involved. There's more from Myra Blyth about the International Youth Year with its many unusual youth projects, and Paul Coia reviews the latest news and events in the pop world.
Richard Blizzard in a series of eight programmes. 7: The Refectory Table
An oak refectory table and benches must seem like a dream to most households, but Richard Blizzard shows how to make a simple design that will give you a table that should become a family heirloom.
In the garden he continues to build his patio pergola. Director PAULA GILDER
Producer PETER RAMSDEN
A Disney feature film in two parts starring Bill Bixby
Susan Clark , Don Knotts Tim Conway
1: Handsome gambler Russel Donavan wins three wayward children in a poker game.
His first move is to try and off-load them on the townsfolk of Quako City but he finds no takers.... until the kids discover a huge gold nugget in an abandoned mine. Then everybody finds the little darlings irresistible.
Screenplay by DON TAIT
Directed by NORMAN TOKAR
(First showing on British television Part 2 tomorrow at 11.15 am)
Magnolia Dusty Clydesdale:
with Stuart Bradley
Follow the trail to plant trees at Churchfield Infants' School and watch birds from a hide in Lancashire. Music WILLIAM BLEZARD
Graphic designer JOANNA ISLES Designer JANE CLEMENT Production ANNE GOBEY Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Movies are Badder than Ever
Today's stories are called Seagoing Watchdog, Dud
Boat, Gone With the Whim
by K. M. PEYTON
Adapted for television in six parts by JENNY MCDADE
5: Nails receives a severe setback to his plans to ride Lucky Lady Firelight in the Tetrathlon.
Film editor JULIAN MILLER
Photography REX MAIDMENT Designer SUZY LAWRANCE
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director COLIN CANT
with guest stars
1: Fathers and Daughters
A four-part story in which Blair Hospital sees the reunion of an unusual father and daughter - she a missionary nun and he a big-time pool player. But the years apart prevent them opening up to each other and revealing the truth of their desperate illnesses ...
Dr James Kildare:
Dr Leonard Gillespie:
Nicholas Witchell and Jeremy Paxman followed by Weather News
Guy Michelmore and Bob Wellings bring you tonight's headlines and tomorrow's talking points with the London Plus reporters.
Sport With MICHAEL WALE Editor PHILIP HARDING
by Bill Lyons.
'Let's get this straight, Angie. You're sending me off to see a stripper...'
EastEnders Line: Dial [number removed]
A series of six programmes by JON WATKINS starring
Arthur has planned a brand-new life with Beryl now that the last of their four children has left home, or so he thinks!
Design PAUL ALLEN
Producer ROBIN NASH
A personal view by James Burke in ten parts 4: A Matter of Fact
The 15th-century world was one of magic, mime and memory. Bible stories were told in pictures on church walls; news was broadcast in song by bands of wandering troubadours; when people died, what they knew died with them. Then, sometime around 1450, a German goldsmith and small-time entrepreneur came up with one more idea to make a few quick pfennigs. In doing so, he changed the world and took away our memories forever. His secret invention ushered in a new world of standardised technology.
It shook the Catholic Church, and made Martin Luther a household name. It spread news like wildfire; what was fashionable in Florence became fashion in France. And vague memories became a matter of hard fact. Find out the goldsmith's secret.... Written and presented by JAMES BURKE
Series producer RICHARD REISZ Producer JOHN LYNCH
with Barry Took
Producer BERNARD NEWNHAM
with John Humphrys Weather News
The Great McCarthy
Detectives Crockett and Tubbs gear up to meet Louis McCarthy , an imaginative drug smuggler with a fondness for the good life, who intends to use a speedboat race as a cover for his next run - unless the two cops can come up with the entry money and a boat fast enough to keep pace with him.
Written by PHILLIP REED
Directed by GEORG STANFORD BROWN
Last of the series
Tim Brooke-Taylor is the questionmaster in a game to test the wits of the wittiest and the general knowledge of the most generally knowledgeable. The teams:
Christopher Hughes Libby Purves
Based on an idea by IRENE THOMAS Directed ROGER CASSTLES Producer ROY RONNIE BBC Pebble Mill
with Barry Norman
In Micki & Maude, Blake Edwards 's new comedy,
Dudley Moore is married to Micki (Ann Reinking ). He's having an affair with Maude (Amy Irving ) and he wants desperately to be a father. The Return of Captain
Invincible is a satire on the Superman films with Alan Arkin as a comic-strip hero brought out of retirement to save the world from the evil Mr Midnight (Christopher Lee ).
Director DAVID JEFFCOCK Producer JUDY LINDSAY
by Barbara Castle with Donald MacCormick After 19 years as a back-bench MP,
Barbara Castle found herself in the new Labour Cabinet of 1964 as Minister for Overseas Development. Her first experience of being in the Cabinet came as a shock, and she talks frankly about her initial impressions of Cabinet ministry - 'One has very naive ideas about how government works when you are a back-bencher'. In the second of four programmes, she also looks back to the bitter conflict within the Labour Party, when she was a prominent member of the 'Bevanites', the left-wing group led by her hero, Aneurin Bevan , who was frequently at odds with Clement Attlee and Hugh Gaitskell.
Research MONA ADAMS
Rostrum camera KEN MORSE Film editor ALAN MARTIN Producer JOHN WALKER