Producers MARTIN SMALL and ALLAN WRIGHT
with Deaconess Shelagh Brown
Producer ANTHONY PARKIN BBC Birmingham
Mike Gilliam asks
Alan Titchmarsh about jobs in the garden this weekend.
Presented by Tony Lewis
Football returns with the FA
Charity Shield at Wembley. An all-Merseyside contest. Cup winners Everton versus League Champions Liverpool.
Plus overnight news of the US PGA Golf Championship being played on the Shoal Creek Golf Course in Birmingham,
Alabama, and some of the more off-beat stories.
Producer JOANNE WATSON
Introduced by Bernard Falk with help from SUSAN MARLING. PATRICK STODDART and ROBIN DEWHURST taking a practical look at the holiday, travel and leisure scene, including What's On with ERIC TOBITT.
Producer JENNY MALLINSON DUFF Editor ROGER MACDONALD including at 9.0 News
Colin Semper reviews the weekly magazines.
Producer SUSAN SNAILUM
The Young Conservatives
In the first of three programmes on the youth sections of the main political parties, Dr Robert Waller , Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, meets YCs from the suburb to the safe seat, at branch, training day and barbecue disco.
Producer JULIAN COLES
Jeanine McMullen is back on the road in hot pursuit of all that's best in rural Britain.
Architecture, stock, shows, how to make it and where to buy it, who does what and how it's done - everything is covered in this programme which is essential listening for everyone who makes a small country living.
Producer MARY PRICE BBC Bristol
This week's episode, the last in the present series, The English Language Red in Tooth, Claw and the Face with Kenneth Williams
Clement Freud , Peter Jones and Derek Nimmo giving it all they've got and Nicholas Parsons giving it all back.
Devised by IAN MESSITER Producer PETER atkin
The Rt Hon
Norman St John-Stevas , MP, presents his choice of prose and poetry. Stereo
A Special Occasion by BILL NAUGHTON with John Bott
Katherine Parr , Gabrielle Daye , George A. Cooper
Maudie and Joe have enjoyed a happy and fulfilled life but events have changed for the worse and forced them to reassess their values. Suddenly, just as things begin to pick up, they are involved in a calamity totally outside their control.
Directed by MARTIN JENKINS
with David Jason and Sheila Steafel , Malcolm Terris and Mike Grady Producer JIMMY MULVILLE Stereo
Written and presented by Hallam Tennyson
'Thirty-five years ago my wife and I lived and worked in a group of villages in Bengal - 60 miles east of Calcutta. During the two years we spent there we came to identify ourselves totally with village life. When we left in 1948 I was made to promise that I would return.' with comments by PROFESSOR BIPLOB DAS GUPTA and the voices of AJIT BANERJEA. NIGEL GRAHAM and the people of Pipha and Raghabpur Producer
Professor Biplob Das
Born into a vicarage family in 1895 Noel Streatfeild grew up to be an actress and a novelist. Her children's book Ballet
Shoes was an overnight success. In this programme, compiled by ANNE HARVEY and narrated by David Davis , friends and family talk about her.
Producer GRAHAM GAULD
with PAULINE BUSHNELL including Sports Round-up
In the second of six interviews conducted by Dr Anthony Clare with 'high-achiever'
Americans from different walks of life, Helen Gurley Brown , founder and editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan, reflects on the way she has turned the American dream of having it all - love, success, sex, money - into a personal reality. Researcher JENNY RIVAROLA Producer MICHAEL EMBER
with Richard Baker
Producer JILL ANDERSON. Stereo
Eddie and Miss Simpson by ROGER DAVENPORT
Eddie, an ex-private eye now eeking out a living as a toy salesman, finds himself back in the old routine when an attractive lady comes asking him to trace her six-year-old daughter. What should be a reasonably straight, down-the-line case soon has Eddie deep in the world of double-cross, and it's his life which is on the line.
Directed by GERRY JONES
and as Miss Simpson:
Insp Wilkins/Snooker player:
Mr Stapleton/Martin Roberts:
The last of three programmes with Leonard Maguire as The Rev Andrew Clark James Munson recently discovered the 92 volumes of the Great War diary of the Rector of the parish of Great
Leighs in Essex. Through them it can be learnt how the war affected this small village community which was a microcosm of Britain itself. with ROSALIND ADAMS
SCOTT CHERRY, GARARD GREEN MOIR LESLIE , GORDON REID and JANE WENHAM
Singer DAVID TIMSON accompanied by SANDRA KERR Producer ALAN HAYDOCK
The day is past and over (A&MR 21); 0 Christ who art the light and day (Anthems for Choirs); Luke 12, v 54-13, v 9; Sweet Saviour, bless us ere we go (A&MR 28) Stereo
Five talks in which playwright Brian Thompson attempt" to catalogue random memories as preparation for an autobiography. 3: France
Torrington Rises by RICHARD O'KEEFFE
Torrington, mp, wakes up the day after he has made a controversial political speech putting his career in jeopardy. The press linger outside his house waiting for a statement.
As the day proceeds, Torrington has to face up to professional and personal problems.
Directed by CHERRY COOKSON Stereo
as Torrington with: