With DONALD GEE, BOB HOSKINS and GAY HAMILTON, MARTIN SHAW,
NORMAN ROSSINGTON, ROSEMARY LEACH
Script BARRY TOOK
Adviser CATHERINE MOORHOUSE
Book (same title), Â£1.00, from bookshops
Weather MICHAEL FISH
with Donny MacLeod, Bob Langley, Marian Foster and David Seymour
including Craftsmen in Action
Introduced by Christopher Neil.
2.15 Television Club Making a Record
2.40 Going to Work
Selection for the Job
with ROY HUDD and IRENE THOMAS
with Judy Parfitt
Five Children and It by E. NESBIT 4: Bigger than the Baker's Boy
with John Noakes , Peter Purves and Lesley Judd
by OLIVER POSTGATE. Old Nell
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
Look North, South Today
Look East, Midlands Today Spotlight South West and Points West
Then at 6.22* FRANK BOUGH, continuing a special week of programmes from the BBC's studios in Belfast, co-ordinates the scene Nationwide.
DILYS MORGAN , BOB WELLINGS
Deputy editor STUART WILKINSON Editor JOHN GAU
(Regional details as Monday)
Introduced by Tony Blackburn
The records that are featured in Top of the Pops are the ones that are rising in the Top 30 charts - and they're not issued until Tuesday. It's as up-to-date as that! And it's been up to date now for 12 years - this is the 617th edition.
Top of the Pops Orchestra
by John Chapman and Eric Merriman
Starring Terry Scott and June Whitfield
'Me - a television addict? Nonsense!' says Terry. But June produces dramatic proof - and a cure.
in Swords and Pickhandles by JAMES MITCHELL with ' There's two Jacks ... there's the big laughing lad who would give you the shirt off his back - and there's clever Jack, crafty Jack, who would hammer you flat if you got in his way.' Cast in order of appearance:
Series created by JAMES MITCHELL Script editor WILLIAM HUMBLE Designer BARRY NEWBERY Producer LEONARD LEWIS
Director GILCHRIST CALDER
with Kenneth Kendall and Peter Woods and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather
A weekly programme on the arts in action introduced by Humphrey Burton
This week an Irish edition including:
A film portrait of James Simmons, poet and ballad-maker of Portrush.
'The Chieftains Play the Real Thing...'
Fresh from a triumph in New York, Ireland's leading traditional music group play hornpipes, jigs and reels.
"They are an example of what can happen when a country's musical tradition is fully realised." (Time Out) "The Chieftains are reaching new heights of fame." (Melody Maker)
Introduced by Sue Lawley, Denis Tuohy, Donald MacCormick