1.40 James Bond (8). 7.5 Krishna and Christ. 7.30 Just an Accident?
Live coverage of the fourth day of the Labour Party Conference in Blackpool. Reporting team Robin Day, David Dimbleby and Robert McKenzie
Story: Mr Bits and Pieces' Silly Day Written by FRANCES LINDSAY Guest Storyteller Sam Kydd Presenters
Carol Chell , Johnny Ball
Further coverage from Blackpool
2.0 The afternoon's debates
4.55 Ideas for the Future. 5.20 The Han. dicapped - The Swedish Fokus. 5.45 The Writer in Exile.
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
James Bolam , Susan Jameson in Paddy Boyle 's Discharge by JAMES MITCHELL with James Garbutt , Jean Heywood
' You remember the last time we were hungry, Matt? ... There was you and me and Paddy Boyle and Charlie Stobbs. And we made up our minds didn't we? Come what may, we said, we're not going to starve.'
Director LEONARD LEWIS
Sir Horatio Manners:
Robin Day and David Dimbleby report on the fourth day of the Labour Party Conference in Blackpool.
(piano) plays Sposalizio (The Wedding) by Liszt
(First shown in Music at Night series)
Celia Johnson , Trevor Howard
Yehudi Menuhin 's choice of this classic love story for My Kind of Movie begins a season of films selected by celebrities. Made just after the war with an emotional maturity rare in British films, it is the story of Laura and Alec both married who fall in love but cannot endure the feeling of guilt and deceit their love brings. The romance is. counter-pointed by Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No 2 varying in volume and expression with Laura's mood.
Produced and adapted by NOEL COWARD from his play Still Life Directed by DAVID LEAN
WILF MANNION , the ' golden boy' of English soccer, is arguably the most talented footballer to have come from the North East in the last 50 years. He works today as a labourer in a Teesside Chemical complex. His achievements are celebrated by players and fans. Taking part - Tom Finney , Preston North End and England; George Hardwick , Middlesbrough and England; Eddie Murphy , Middlesbrough and Blackburn Rovers; and Wilf Mannion himself.
Camera director DAVID cox
Film editor JAMES MACALPINE
Written and produced by JOHN MAPPLEBECK BBC North East
Twelve films from different parts of the UK which explore people's sense of identity. 10: Trawsfynydd
1 Ardal galed fel y cerrig 'styfnig That was how one of Trawsfynydd's inhabitants described the place, an area as hard and resilient as the stones that stubbornly cling to the mountain sides around it.
Isolated and exposed, Trawsfynydd is a close place, whose tight social connections are cemented above all else by the Welsh language.
Today the village stands across the lake from an atomic power station. How does the traditional Welsh way of life react to this new pressure in its heartland?
Producer GWYNN PRITCRARD
MICHAEL KILGARRIFF reads Sand-piper by ELIZABETH BISHOP (Rpt)