Surprises with Floella Benjamin. Story: The Special Event by PETER BONNICI
Musical director RICHARD BROWN Producer SHEILA FRASER Executive producer
CYNTHIA FELGATE (R)
starring Chick Chandler Tom Kennedy.
When Tom is caught for illegal parking, he gets Chick the lawyer to help out at his trial
Directed by FRED GUIOL
An RKO film
Weather followed by Songs of Praise
A nostalgic look at the passing of the Glasgow trains and their drivers - the Green Men - in 1962. Producer JOHN WOOD
Seventh of eight programmes. Helmsley, North Yorkshire John Grundy visits one of England's prettiest towns. Producer PAUL PAXTON
Weather followed by International
Pro-Celebrity Golf Bruce Forsyth and Lee Trevino take on the two Sandys, Gall and Lyle, for the Whyte and Mackay Scotch Trophy.
Peter Alliss is the host over nine holes of the Ailsa Course at the Turnberry Hotel. Executive producer
Regional News and Weather
Anagram: and envies DJ. Clue: Radio disc jockey. (Answer in today's programme.)
Wordsmiths from all over
Britain challenge each other and face Paul Coia and Bryan the computer with his sets of letters.
Today Richard Blizzard builds another toy for his traditional garden play area - the garden house.
Easy to build with timber and screws, this toy will give hours of pleasure to your children and shelter them from the traditional English summer.
Construction assistant MERVYN HURFORD
Produced and directed by PHILIP THICKETT
Rob Curling with the latest « on all things BBC.
Guinness Soccer Six.
Exciting indoor action from the G-Mex Centre, where all 20 First Division clubs are competing for prize money of more than £250,000.
This afternoon features the best of last night's games in which Spurs, Everton, Aston Villa, Newcastle,
Coventry and Charlton were battling to decide which one of them would reach Wednesday's finals.
Introduced by Bob Wilson. Television presentation JOHN SHREWSBURY
Behind the Beat goes behind the scenes of the Mica Paris tour and talks to the musical director, Paul Powell. The new head of Motown explains how he plans to re-shape the famous company. And a live performance from top South African band Zabalaza, the musicians behind
Paul Simon 's Graceland album. Executive producer JENNY COWAN Producer TERRY JERVIS BBC Pebble Mill
jast in the ieries.
Refugees - You Æave Because
You Have To.
'I dislike the word refugee, it has no sense of belonging.' There are between 12-15 million refugees in the world today. Does Britain extend a welcome to refugees seeking asylum here? When do you stop being a refugee and become part of your adopted country?
Scene talked to Monika and Vinh from Vietnam and Fareed who comes from Kurdistan.
They consider their lives, past and present, and their hopes for the future.
Senes producer ROGER TONGE Producer SUE ARON
Balki becomes the mediator in a spot of sibling warfare when Larry's sister arrives in Chicago and announces her intention to pursue a musical career instead of taking a place at college. Big brother goes beserk ...
Written by WILLIAM BICKLEY and MICHAEL WARREN Directed by JOEL ZWICK
Let's Get Physical
Most people, especially children, would consider themselves fairly fit. But if you take too little exercise, the foundations of heart disease and other middle-age killers can be laid down well before the symptoms become obvious, even in early childhood. The Sports Council and the Health
Education Authority are joining forces to devise a battery of fitness tests for finding out just how fit today's telly-addict schoolchildren are.
Martin Young and Elin Rhys put the new tests through their paces.
Series producer SALLY KDtKWOOD Producer TERRY MARSH
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In this two-week series of brief portraits of brave men and women jailed for their beliefs, the story of tonight's prisoner of conscience is presented by Bernard Levin.
First of two programmes written and presented by Anthony Grey.
A Journey through the Ravaged Land of Vietnam. After half a century of guerrilla and open warfare, Vietnam has been at peace for 13 years.
In this film - the first time a Western crew was permitted to report freely on the country - Anthony Grey makes a journey through Vietnam to the temples of Hue, to the Viet Cong
Tunnels of Cu Chi, to a guerrilla hide-out in the Marble Mountain at Da
Nang, to the battlefields of Dien Bien Phu , finally to meet General Giap who master-minded the victories over the French and Americans.
On his journeyings, he looks at the daily life of the Vietnamese who now have to deal with massive inflation. Photography BRIAN MCDAIRMANT Film editors ANDREW NELSON. BRIAN TRENERRY
Producer MALCOLM R. BURGESS Director ROGER MILLS
Executive producer AUBREY E. SINGER A WHITE CITY KILM production for BBCtv
Genevieve Picot John Walton.
As her trail approaches Sydney, Libby flings her corset out of the window in a reckless gesture of farewell to provincialism. City life is not all she expects and before long she finds herself back in the underwear business.
David Stevens 's lively comedy is set in the hectic 1920s when attitudes to women were changing as fast as the fashions.
Screenplay by MIRANDA DOWNES Produced by DAVID ELFICK Directed by DAVID STEVENS
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with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick
Third in a series of five outstanding film essays by the late James Cameron. Nobody Ever Asks Why.
Tonight a visit to Houston, the multi-million dollar headquarters of America's manned space programme, and a journey along the long trail to Apollo's science fiction launch pad on the Florida coast. In the past all visitors have always asked 'how big?', 'how far?', 'how much?'.
Producer RICHARD MARQUAND Director DON FAIRSERVICE (R)