6.40 Life on Seashores. 7.5 Ecology. 7.30 Statistics: First Ideas.
Story: Scarecrow Scallywag by MARY DAWSON. Presenters Chloe Ashcroft , Brian Cant
Pianist RICHARD BROWN
Woodwind MARTIN FRITH DesignerDACRE PUNT
Written by DONNA BRYANT
Directed by EVELYN SKINNER Series producer anne GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELCATE
2.30 The State Express Young Steeplechasers' Qualifier (Novices) (2Jm)
3.0 The Arkell Brewery Handicap Steeplechase (2m 160y)
3.30 The Daily Mirror Conditional Jockeys' Championship Hurdle Race (Handicap. Round 8. 3m 120y)
4.0 The March Hare Handicap Hurdle Race (2m lOOy)
Introduced by RICHARD PITMAN Commentators
JULIAN WILSON , JOHN HANMER
Produced by RICHARD TILLING
Declarations, tips and results on Ceejax
George Lane FOX , Landlord
GEORGE LANE FOX is the ninth generation of his family to be landlord of Bramham Park. one of the great estates of Yorkshire. Narrator DERYCK guyler
Directed by JEAN THOMPSON
Written and produced by DON HAWORTH BBC Manchester
Blairgowrie Golf Club, Scotland
Peter Alliss plays golf and talks with well-known people. His guest today is Bill McLaren , MBE, who was honoured for his services to Rugby Union football. His own playing career was curtailed by ill-health but he has become respected throughout the rugby world for his tv commentaries.
Director ALASTAIR SCOTT
Producer DAVID KENNING
A Mozart minuet, played on oboe, clarinet and bassoon, provides an example for an explanation of elementary score reading. Plus an introduction to recorder playing.
Producer DAVID SELIGMAK .
A BBC/Open University production
previews daytime programmes from the Open University.
— continues a season of classic films starring
Scotland Yard are baffled by a recent wave of murders-all the victims being young women. Sherlock Holmes senses that his old enemy Professor Moriarty has a finger in the pie ... screenplay by BERTRAM MILLHAUSER nirected by ROY WILLIAM NEILL
with Toyah Willcox , B. A. Robertson and Nicky Croydon , Billy Hartman Colin Jeavons , Mandy More
See issue No 2 of Dear Heart for specialist advice on spots and careers. Super advice person aids a philatelist and there's a Wally of the Week.
Designer ROGER CANN
Production JUDY WHITFIELD
Freddie Jones tells
In the Avu Observatory by H. G. WELLS
Producer ANGELA BEECHING beeching Director MARILYN FOX
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
In this final programme of the series, wildlife writer and broadcaster Hugh Falkus chooses his heroes - who include Sherlock Holmes , G. K. Chesterton , Claude Monet and comedian Tommy Cooper. With the help of film extracts, he talks to Eric Robson about his choice.
Director JOHN KYLE
Producer ROGER BURGESS
Geoff Hamilton and Clay Jones at Barnsdale with Mary Spiller
Today: sowing and pruning, and planting a new hedge. The lawn is also in need of some early refurbishing.
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Fair Shares for the Rich?
Next Tuesday the Chancellor presents his budget against a background of continuing economic difficulties. But taxes, and the recession itself, have a very unequal effect on Britain's population. Twenty-five per cent of the country's wealth is still enjoyed by one per cent of the population. Is there an argument for a more radical redistribution of wealth, or would that in itself be unjust and even undermine the economy?
Producer COLIN MARTIN Editor PETER IBBOTSON
For the next four weeks this talented singer and her musical friends will be journeying from Southampton to the Mediterranean on board the SS Canberra. Ports of call are Malta, Lisbon and Naples. This week: Vigo, northern Spain. Special guests for the series are: Elena Duran (flute) David Snell (harp) The Light Blues and the Paul Jury Quintet
Musical director LAURIE HOLLOWAY Director DAVE PERROTTET Producer KEN GRIFFIN
by THOMAS ELLICE with and In 1919 the carnage of the First World War has left the country desperately short of young men. Maud, who runs the farm for her crippled father, decides that it is time for her young sister Clara to be married, and a husband could provide a strong pair of hands around the place.
Stan the pigman seems to fix most things, why not this?
Sound PETER EDWARDS. Photography
KENNETH MACMILLAN. Designer NIGEL CURZON Producer TERRY COLES Director JOHN MADDEN
In this macabre Polish animation, the food at a banquet gets its own revenge...
The Quiz of the News of the Week A series of eight programmes
Richard Stilgoe recalls the last seven days in a lighthearted way with Graeme Garden , Diane Harron Miles Kington , Jane Walmsley
Director CHRIS HUNT
ProducerCOLIN CODMAN . BBC Bristol
(Miles Kington presents Film 82 next Monday, BBC1)
With PETER SNOW, JOHN TUSA , PETER HOBDAY and DONALD MACCORMICK
Producer FETER BELL
Directors ALEX SAWARD , JOHN WILKINSON Assignment editors
CLIVE stdball, JOHN MAHONCT. Deputy editor DAVID DICKINSON. Editor RON NEIL
Frank Delaney with late-night conversation and music.
Director DAVID R. TURBULL Producer FRANCES WHITAKER