6.40 Introduction to Pure
7.05 Classifying Surfaces
The Playbus stops today at the Why Bird Stop where Why discovers that having fingers can be useful sometimes.
Fiona Benyon Brown. (R)
Excited about a promised visit to an amusement park, the babies fall asleep and dream of the wildest playland.
Created for television by Jim Henson (R)
Manchester is up for the Cup!
Charlotte Hindle checks out what it takes to put players on the pitch while Ross King kicks a ball about with new face about the place, Dean Collinson from Blue. In a special report, heartbroken Oldham fans Inspiral Carpets show how they recorded the programme's theme music, and this week's
Photoromance item is Football Crazy.
Making up a solid backline are Defenders of the Earth, Rentaghost and Rude Dog and the Dweebs.
Studio director Alan Yardley Series producer Martyn Day BBC North
An animated film version of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 's famous novel.
What caused the death of Sir Charles Baskerville on the moors? Was it really the family curse?
Is his heir, Sir Henry, in danger? Famed detective Sherlock Holmes investigates.
Featuring the voices of Peter O'Toole , Helen Morse and Ron Haddrick.
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Sir Arthur Conan
With Michael Fish.
Wembley Stadium by Desmond Lynam.
12.05 Team news
12.35 Football Clubs
1.10 The Road to Wembley
2.00 Teams on pitch
2.40 Abide with Me
3.00 Cup Final
FA Cup Final
From Wembley Stadium. Crystal Palace v
Kick off at 3.00pm, plus reports from the team camps. A look behind the scenes at both clubs and the Cup goals with the players' views en route.Match commentators: John Motson with Trevor Brooking , Bob Wilson , Jimmy Hill
Gerald Sinstadt , Tony Gubba and David Davies.
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From Lingfield Park.
12.30 Calor Derby Trial Stakes (lm 3f 106yds).
Teemoso, Slip Anchor and Kahyas have all won here on the way to Epsom.
1.00 Marley Roof Tile Oaks Trial Stakes
(lm 3f 106yds).
Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley. Television presentation:
Football John Shrewsbury Racing Bob Duncan
Producer Martin Hopkins Editor John Philips
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Cartoon adventures starring the panther who is permanently in the pink. (R)
With Laurie Mayer.
Weather Michael Fish
An Australian drama series.
A young boy and his dog come to town hoping to enter the sheepdog trials. Marty suspects the boy is a runaway.
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Starring Les Dawson.
Judge the acts on tonight's show, then cast your telephone vote for the one that impressed you most.
Guest artist: Daniel Kirsch. Programme consultant Hughie Green
Programme associate Garry Chambers
Musical director John Coleman Staging Di Cooke
Designer John Anderson Producer Stewart Morris
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A comedy by Richard Ommanney.
Sam, having arranged a surprise for Daphne, is disappointed to discover she is not free. Worried, he decides to find out why.
Designer Mary Greaves Producer/Director John B Hobbs (R)
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Raymond Burr Barbara Hale
When Mason meets Laura, an old flame, on the eve of her appointment to the Senate, he finds himself drawn into a deadly plot involving blackmail and murder.
Director Ron Satlof
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With Martyn Lewis.
Weather Michael Fish
A drama series.
Episode by John Fletcher. A family feud erupts as an old poacher tries to influence his grandson. Megan helps a man of the cloth to find his faith again.
Series created by Jeremy Brock and Paul Unwin
Producer Peter Norris
Director Terry Iland (R)
Dr Lucy Perry:
Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
Highlights of today's FA Cup final between Crystal Palace and Manchester United.
With Jimmy Hill.
Series producer John Shrewsbury Editor Brian Barwick
Chuckling compere Arthur Smith introduces the best in music, comedy and fish - weather permitting. With Steve Coogan
John Hegley , Mark Thomas. From the USA,
Cathy Ladman and Richard Jeni.
Music from Lenny Kravitz and Soul II Soul.
Director David G Croft Producers Juliet Blake and Trevor Hopkins
A Consolidated Comedy Division production for BBCtv
Angela Punch-McGregor Peter Stirling is a wealthy and successful businessman who collects valuable objects. One of his most prized possessions is Christina - his wife.
This psychological thriller follows their murderous intrigues as they work out a double deal of death.
Screenplay/Director Brian Kavanagh
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