6.45 Sexual Identity
7.10 Ecology: Decomposition
7.35 Physical Chemistry: Reaction Mechanisms(l)
8.00 Education: Face to Face
Peter Simon with Ovide
Roland's Rat Race starring Roland Rat First semi-final
Which of today's teams will battle through to the final? Videotape editor DAVE YOUNG Designer ANDREW WILKINS Studio director JEM KIME Producer STEVE HAGGARD BBC North West
9. 00am Going Live! with Phillip Schofield and Sarah Greene.
Featuring Trevorand Simon with top jockey Gee Armitage and star of Bread Jonathon Morris. Kate Ledwith has a special report on the problem of bullying. There's music from Five Star plus cartoon action with Muppet Babies and Visionaries. Nick Da vies meets a postman who keeps owls and Jacky Gunn has another Fan Fact File. Editor CHRIS BELLINGER
Introduced by Desmond Lynam featuring Hockey Timetable*
12.20 Ice Hockey;
12.40 Motor Racing;
1.00 News; 1.05 Cricket;
1.15 Ice Hockey;
1.40 Racing; 1.55 Ice Hockey;
2.10 Racing; 2.25 Ice Hockey;
2.45 Racing; 3.05 Hockey;
3.45 Football; 3.55 Hockey;
4.35 Final Score
*Timings are subject to change
Hockey from Luton
League Cup Final
In the play-offs, Southgate played Old Loughtonians and Havant met Hounslow, so a smattering of Olympic talent is guaranteed in this afternoon's match.
Commentator BARRY DAVIES
Racing from Newbury
1.45 Steel Plate and Sections Young Chasers' Qualifier (2m.l60yds)
2.15 Hoechst Panacur EBF Mares Only Novices Hurdle Race (2tm.120yds).
2.50 Brown Chamberlain
Handicap Steeple Chase (3m) Commentators
PETER O'SULLEVAN , JULIAN WILSON and RICHARD PITMAN
Whitley Bay v Durham Commentators
PAUL FERGUSON and RED IMRIE
Motor Racing from Oulton Park
Esso British Touring Car Championship Commentator
Television presentation: Hockey ALAN GRIFFITHS Racing BOB DUNCAN
Ice Hockey HUW JONES Motor Racing BHP LTD
Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JOHN PHILIPS
with Moira Stuart
Rolf Harris presents classic cartoon comedy Popeye in The Merry-Go-Round Daffy Duck in What Makes Daffy Duck
Droopy in One Droopy Knight Producer DAVID PLATT
Jimmy Savile with the last of the present series. Lighting BRENDAN CARR Sound BOB FOLEY
Designer LOUISE JACKSON
Series producer ROGER ORDISH Produced and directed by STANLEY APPEL
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starring Syd Little and Eddie Large in the last of the present series.
The Vanettes - a nearly all female group - open the show and make a good impression on Syd. But BBC censorship gets in the way of the sketch and Maria Whitaker with Eddie's help leads Syd a merry dance and drives him up the pole.
Special guests Robin Bailey , Faith Brown , Susie Blake ,
Jeremy Hawk , Hilary O'Neil , Clive Griffin with Maria Whitaker , Anthony Woodruff , Ann Wrigg
Written by RUSSEL LANE. BRAD ASHTON
Script associate RUSSEL LANE Music by RONNIE HAZLEHURST AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Choreogapher JEFF THACKER Sound BOB FOLEY
Lighting GRAHAM RIMMINGTON Design BOB COVE
Director MARTIN SHARDLOW Producer BILL WILSON
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starring Bob Monkhouse who introduces five more new-to-network TV acts and reveals the winner from last week's show. Remember, you are the starmaker!
Programme consultant HUGHIE GREEN
COLIN EDMONDS. JOHN JUNKIN. GAVIN OSBON Additional material PAUL ALEXANDER
Musical director JOHN COLEMAN Staging DI COOKE
Sound HUGH BARKER
Lighting DICKIE HIGHAM Design GARRY FREEMAN
Production STEWART MORRIS
Starring Peter Falk Louis Jordan
Take the murdering gourmet, add a rare haute cuisine poison, stir in some corruption and blackmail, then boil fiercely. Serve with a detective in a crumpled raincoat and an eye for a killer.
with Michael Buerk
'Ladies and gentlemen, welcome the Bad Boys of Bay Area radio.' Following a televised argument with Kingston Rivers, a rival talk show host specialising in cheap sensationalism, Killian finds out that some people will do anything to get an audience - even at the expense of the innocent.
Written by CAROL MENDELSOHN Directed by LARRY GROSS
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Lt Carl Zymak:
starring and The Blackout
With Oscar in the red at the weekly poker game, the electricity cuts out and the apartment is in the black. When the lights come on again a 50-dollar bill is missing and the finger of suspicion points at one man....
Written by BILL IDELSON and HARVEY MILLER
Directed by CHARLES RONDEAU
Four months before he is released from prison, Clovis Poplin is persuaded by his wife
Lou to escape. She is determined to stop their baby son being taken for adoption. The couple head for
Sugarland, but when they steal a young policeman's car and take him hostage, the full force of the law pursues them. This was the second film directed by Steven Spielberg , later to make
Jaws, Close Encounters of the Third Kind and ET.
Screenplay by HAL BARWOOD and MATTHEW ROBBINS Based on the story by STEVEN SPIELBERG , HAL BARWOOD and MATTHEW ROBBINS
Produced by RICHARD D. ZANUCK and DAVID BROWN
Directed by STEVEN SPIELBERG
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Lou Jean Poplin:
Another opportunity to see a remarkable concert filmed in Hawaii in 1973 and originally broadcast worldwide by satellite. In one of his most spectacular stage performances, Presley covers his own classic hits such as Hound Dog, Burnin' Love and Suspicious Minds, as well as standards including American Trilogy and My Way.
Produced and directed by MARTY PASETTA (R)