from Stuttgart Introduced by Desmond Lynam
'I got the big G boys, I got the big G.' DALEY THOMPSON , LA, circa 1984. The whistling Olympic champion hopes to remain World, European,
Olympic and Commonwealth champion until at least 1987. STEVE CRAM goes for two titles at 800 metres, MARITA KOCH for three at four.
Women's Discus Final
One of the few things woman has done longer than man. The world record by Miss SILHAVA, a Czechoslovakian plate arranger, is 74.56m; man's best is 74.08m by Jurgen Schultz.
The men's discus is, however, twice as heavy as the girls', who are certainly not half as strong. Women's High Jump Final KOSTADINOVA back on for Bulgaria.
Women's 400m Final
KOCH - say no more. Well a little, probably the best woman athlete of all time, that's all. Off she goes at 5.40.
Men's Shot Final
It's all in the Christian name
- ULF TIMMERMANN of DDR.
Men's 800m Final
CRAM at the double. It's said that COE has never won a significant 800m apart from the one he did in 1:41.73! News at 6.0. Women's 800m Final
DOINA MELINTE in the red corner v
JARMILA KRATOCHVILOVA, also in the red corner. Women's 3,000m Final
They won't do it again if they did it on Tuesday. If they didn't, this is it, BUDD. Men's 400m Hurdles Final Vocal for the local -
Heats, too, of the Women's low hurdles, semis in the highs, the Men's four, long sprints for both and 5,000 heats for Men.
Two German spies are picked up after coming ashore at Crovie on the Banffshire coast; a package containing E2,500 is dropped from a German bomber near
Fraserburgh; an East Anglian power station is blown up by saboteurs. A train of mysterious events forms the basis of one of the Second
World War's greatest untold spy sagas: the case of Norwegian double agents John Moe and Tor Glad, code-names 'Mutt' and 'Jeff. John Moe returns to the north-east coast of Scotland to recount his remarkable story.
Written by IAIN FRASER GRIGOR Producer KEITH ALEXANDER
The last in the series
Presented by Paul Heiney The weekly holiday magazine
The Resort Report:
Kathy Rochford goes to Corsica - the beautifully rugged and unspoilt French island in the Mediterranean. Weatherman Jim Bacon reviews the summer and forecasts what's in store for the weekend.
Matthew Collins on special assignments.
And the British Holiday - each week viewers talk about their summer holiday.
Plus traffic news and the late availability bargains.
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Studio director SUE LOGHEAD Producer BILL LYONS BBC Manchester
Travel news on Ceefax page 151
'Blue Moon Detective Agency. We'll solve your problems.... once we've solved ours.' Starring
The Bride of Tupperman
Heard the one about the man who walks into a detective agency armed with details of the perfect woman and says, 'You find her, I'll marry her'? Maddie and David are called upon to provide the punchline, but have a little trouble agreeing on what constitutes a man's object of desire ...
Written by JEFF RENO and RON OSBORN
Directed by CHRISTIAN NYBY n
Bob Langley visits
Gothenburg in Sweden for the culmination of the Cutty Sark Tall Ships Race, and Malcolm McKeag joins him there to skipper one of the 3,000 craft competing in the Tjom Runt, Europe's largest inshore sailing event. Sue King talks to
Greta Jones , Britain's only woman fishery officer, and there's 140mph Bank Holiday action from London's Royal Victoria Docks for the 1986 International Power Boat Grand Prix. Directors
CHRIS WRIGHT , FRAN GROVES Producer TONY RAYNER BBC Pebble Mill
Donald MacCormick and Olivia O'Leary with Ian Smith and Jenni Murray
Weekend Outlook helps you plan your weekend by previewing daytime programmes of special interest from the Open University on Saturday and Sunday. This week's selection includes Baffle by Design and Field Geology: Arran.
A BBC/Open University production
Pack Up Your Troubles
The Pack Report on truancy and indiscipline in Scottish schools was published in 1977. This programme looks at the impact it had on remedial education in Aberdeen, Fraserburgh and Glasgow.
Producer NICK BRENTON (R)