Dressing Up Day Today's story is
' Dark is Fascinating' by JILL TOMLINSON Presenters
MARY MILLER , BRIAN CANT
Londoner Harry Sayers went to his Town Hall on behalf of a neighbour and discovered that a motorway was to be built through the middle of his own house. What chance has he of matching the weight, expertise, and resources of the big Authority?
Introduced by JOHN TIDMARSH with THE RT HON DOUGLAS JAY , MP DUDLEY SMITH , MP DAVID STEEL, MP
HARFORD THOMAS , ROBERT VIGARS
Directed by WILLIAM WOOLLARD Produced by JOHN EIDINOW
Reporting the world tonight
JOHN TIMPSON and PETER WOODS and the reporters and correspondents, at home and abroad, of BBC News and Weather
Competition for the BBC2 Trophy
Barrow (royal blue) v
St Helens (white with red V)
Runners-up last year, St Helens have a hard fight on their hands. Commentator EDDIE WARING
Produced by RAY LAKELAND
Picture shows a St Helen's try on their way to a previous Rugby League Cup Final
A series featuring some of Britain's top jazz artists at Europe s top Jazz Club
The John Surman Quartet
JOHN SURMAN (baritone and soprano saxophone)
MIKE OSBORNE (alto saxophone) HARRY MILLER (bass)
ALAN JACKSON (drums)
John Surman is in the forefront of what might be called avant garde jazz in this country, and he has come very quickly to the notice of the jazz world as a most exciting saxophonist. This year, for the first time, he topped the Melody Maker jazz soloist poll, adding this to an already impressive list of awards in Britain and Europe. In tonight's programme he also plays soprano saxophone, an instrument in which renewed interest is being shown by many saxophone players.
The music is entirely written by John Surman and his partner in the quartet, Mike Osborne. Introduced by RONNIE SCOTT
Lighting HUGH CARTWRIGHT Sound GRAHAM HAINES
Design LESLEY BREMNESS
Direction VERNON LAWRENCE
Production TERRY HENEBERY
Next week Jazz Scene features the Ronnie Ross Six , led by one of the best baritone sax players in Britain.
Tony Franciosa and Jill St John with Susan Saint James Writing for a weekly magazine can sometimes be dull, so, when a crime story drops into your lap, you go all out for it!
Written and produced by RANALD MACDOUGALL
Directed by STUART ROSENBERG
Each week Europa looks at what a continent's 350 million television viewers are seeing on their receivers at home.
For instance, from stations like TSS Moscow - the most important television station in Soviet Russia. Its channel can be seen by 150 million viewers throughout the country. In January its colour output increases to 20 hours weekly. Quizzes are popular with holidays on the Black Sea as top prizes. It carries state advertising, there is no licence fee and portrayal of criminal violence is forbidden.
Introduced by DEREK HART
Producer ANTHONY CHIVERS
Talk, argument, people, diversion with MICHAEL DEAN , JOAN BAKEWELL SHERIDAN MORLEY , TONY BILBOW
Editor ROWAN AYERS