With Toby Anstis.
Last in the series of fun and laughter. Rpt Stereo
Cartoon. Willie the window cleaner has a busy day.
The Why Bird Stop.
A Felgate production for BBCtv
Anna Ford interviews the week's news makers and reviews the Sunday papers with her guests.
Executive editor Bob Wheaton
Including at 8.15am and 9.00am News and Weather
Graham Young explores Dublin and visits Trinity College for a time of reflection and celebration with Christians from many churches.
Advice for those who have just received their A-level results, with a students' guide to courses, clearing, resitting, and college life. Presented by Nicky Campbell and Sybil Ruscoe.
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Live coverage of the fourth day's play in the sixth and final Cornhill Insurance Test from the Oval. With commentary by Richie Benaud ,
Ray Illingworth , Geoff Boycott , Jack Bannister and Ian Chappell. Introduced by Tony Lewis.
TV presentation Alan Griffiths
Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
News on enivronmental and agricultural issues with John Craven. This week: water pollution caused by herbicide. Plus weather for the week ahead at 12.55pm.
Followed by Harry and the Hendersons
When George decides to quit his job to start up his own business running a magazine, the rest of the family, including Harry, do their best to make ends meet.
Animated fun and adventures with the duelling duo.
Omnibus edition. Dot confronts
Nick when she discovers why Ashley has been avoiding her, Cindy drops a bombshell and Phil makes a new friend.
Live coverage of track and field finals from the World Athletics
Championships in Stuttgart.
2.45 Men's high jump
3.00 Women's 1500m and women'sjavelin
3.20 Women's 4x 100m relay
3.40 Men's4x 100m relay
4.00 Men's 10,000m
4.50 Men's 1500m
5.10 Women's 4x400m relay
5.30 Men's 4x400m relay
Of the nine events taking place this afternoon, Britain's medal chances look brightest in the high jump, with Dalton Grant ,
Brendan Reilly and Steve Smith all capable, on their day, of challenging the best. The climax is the 4 x 400m men's relay where two years ago in Tokyo the British quartet gained a sensational victory over the USA. Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey ,
Paul Dickenson and Brendan Foster.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam. Producers Martin Hopkins. Martin Webster Editors Brian Barwick and John Rowlinson
With Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
For Those in Peril on the Sea
The Queen visits Southampton Docks as part of the 175th anniversary celebrations of the British Sailors' Society, the organisation that provides havens of comfort for seafarers far from home.
Pam Rhodes goes on board HMS Victory and joins the crowd beside the royal yacht Britannia.
Producers Neil Eccles and David Kremer
Editor Helen Alexander
Comedy series by Roy Clarke , starring Bill Owen Peter Sallis
The Phantom of the Graveyard Compo, Clegg and Foggy reflect on the passing of "Old Sylvester", a fondly remembered school teacher, but before they can pay their respects at his funeral, they must get a suit for Compo - and have a few formal drinks in Old
Director/Producer Alan J W Bell
Alec's big ideas for the future do not convince a shocked
Jenny, while it's the day of reckoning for Andrew as the polls open in Strathblair.
Rumours are rife in the village about the identity of a stranger, who surprises Pheemie late at night.
Episode written by Allan Prior Producer Leonard White Director Sarah Harding
Macrae of Balbuie:
Starring Joan Hickson as Agatha Christie 's gentle and elderly amateur sleuth.
A childhood friend asks Miss
Marple to visit Stonygates, home to an eccentric family as well as being a reformatory for young criminals. It's a bizarre place where violence is always just below the surface. She is faced with an unusual problem when shots are fired in a darkened room but the murder victim is discovered elsewhere.
She is soon on the trail of the murderer, but cannot work out how the deed was done, until
Inspector Slack's secret hobby gives her a vital clue.
Producer George Gatlaccio Director Norman Stone
Det Ch Insp Slack:
Det Sgt Lake:
Ruth Van Rydock:
With Michael Buerk.
Weather John Kettley
The murder of Sean Devereux, a charismatic 28-year-old Unicef worker shot dead in Somalia earlier this year, shocked the world and robbed children all over Africa of a remarkable and dedicated friend. Eight months on, the brutality continues as aid workers still face grave dangers and journalists have become the target of Somali people outraged by US intervention. Everyman celebrates the spirit of commitment shown in the short life and sudden death of "Mr Sean", from 24-year-old mission teacher in Liberia to assassin's target in Somalia.
The last programme of the series looks at steam locomotives still in operation. Producer Andrew Johnston
Highlights of the fourth day's play from the Oval.
Swarm around the Solar
System. Patrick Moore discusses newly found bodies in orbit around the sun and asks whether the planetary system could be more extensive than previously believed. Producer Pieter Morpurgo
(This programme may be repeated next week on BBC2 - watch Radio Times)