The opening session of this year's Trades Union
Congress, presented by Vivian White and Ian Smith. The trade movement meets in the wake of a summer of industrial discontent, the emergence of a new-look Labour Party and worries about recent overheating in the economy.
Unit manager PAULINE HEDGES OB producer NEIL ECCLES Deputy editor ALEX GERUS Editor JAMES HOGAN
A See-Saw programme with Fred Harris.
Today it's the Chockabloke who puts the block in the Chock-a-block's block slot and rocks the Rockablocks to find words that ring the rhyme chime. (R)
Lambing Time at Hartsop Hall
It's time for the great spring gathering of sheep from the mountains at a Lakeland farm.
Narrator: Deryck Guyler. Written and produced by DON HAWORTH (R)
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Vivian White and Ian Smith present a major debate on plans to increase women's representation on the TUC's ruling body and a discussion on the proposals for a new recruitment drive. Editor JAMES HOGAN including at
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starring with and Life gets complicated for secretary Smokey Allard when her new boss Ed Browne arrives on the wartime Washington scene. His less than orthodox working methods get results but stir up trouble for them both. It's up to Smokey to keep their enemies at bay - including her fiance!
Based on the play by ADELA ROGERS ST JOHN
Written, produced and directed by DUDLEY NICHOLS
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Love and Money
Fans of Love and Money have always been aware of the band's enormous potential as multi-talented musicians. James Grant has been acclaimed as a songwriter of the first order but the group have not yet achieved the success which many music critics feel they deserve.
Tonight's concert from the Eden Court Theatre in Inverness confirms the band's ability to deliver an exciting live set. Executive producer DAVID MARTIN
Producer MAY MILLER BBC Scotland (R)
Highlights of the past five years of Open to Question.
Tonight: Cliff Richard.
In the transient world of show business, he has commanded the spotlight for more than 20 years, with songs in the Top 10 virtually every year since 1958.
So what is the secret of his success? And why is his religion so important?
Tonight Cliff Richard is under interrogation by a young audience.
Presenter: John Nicolson. Producers
DAVID MARTIN and CHARLES NAIRN BBC Scotland (R)
Samuel Franklin Cody , cowboy, circus sharpshooter, showman and inventor, made the first successful powered aeroplane flight in Britain 80 years ago.
In the first of two programmes, David Lomax tells the story of the early years - of wild west shows, man-flying kites, airships and eventually aeroplanes. It's the story of one man's attempt to conquer the air against immense odds to become the nation's flying folk hero.
Producer JOHN COLEMAN
Seventh of eight films. Her Indoors
As more and more women go out to work, how much has really changed at home? Producer OLIVIA UCHTENSTEIN Series producer
ANGELA HOLDSWORTH (R)
Adapted for Screen Two from the novel by Brian Moore. Starring and The McAuleys are local celebrities and Eileen Hughes , a young shop assistant, is flattered to be taken under their wing. When she accepts their invitation to join them for a week's holiday in London, she has no suspicion of what she is letting herself in for.
A treat of a film.
Produced by MARTIN THOMPSON
Directed by TRISTRAM POWELL (R)
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This deeply ironic, prize-winning film from Poland exposes the macabre lie lived by the man who betrayed his Polish roots, thrived in the Third Reich and changed his allegiance yet again in 1945. Herman S. reached the pinnacle of his career when he was recruited to light the home fires for Goering and Hitler. Written and directed by LESZEK WOSIEWICZ
(In Polish with English subtitles)
with Donald MacCormick and Peter Snow.
The day's top stories and the background on events making the news at home and abroad.
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The best of stand-up comedy from this year's International Festival is featured in three final programmes. Producer JOHN WHISTON Editor JOHN ARCHER BBC Scotland
Arts Foundation Course: King Cotton's Palace
This was Manchester's Victorian town hall, commissioned to portray the pride and ambition of this boom city.
Producer TONY COE (R)