A cartoon series starring Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound , Snaggle Puss and other favourites.
4n exciting seven-part film series about a boy writer who travels around Europe.
4: Blackpool - The Sunshine Gang Blackpool's Tower and the Golden Mile form the background to Kim's encounter with three motor cyclists.
Written by PETER GRIMWADE
Producer DAVID MALONEY
A lively new look at words and letters With DONALD GEE BOB HOSKINS and GAY HAMILTON
Script BARRY TOOK
Adviser CATHERINE MOORHOUSE Director BARBARA DERKOW
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES
Book (same title), 11.00, from bookshops
David Vine continues this series of ten programmes for people who want to improve their knowledge of the game
With DAN MASKELL , PETER WARREN and JOHN OCKENDEN
7: Variations of the Basic Stroke
Director JOHN RICKWORD Producer JOHN DOBSON BBC Bristol
with Ginny Simms
Patric Knowles , Elyse Knox
Flash and Tubby, two freelance photographers hoping to break into the newspaper business, get mixed up with gentleman crook Silky Fellowsby and his gang - they're planning to break into a bank!
Director CHARLES LAMONT
. Films: page 8
Introduced by Frank Bough and Tony Gubba
12.5; 2.20; 3.0; 3.30*
The Olvmpic Games
The outstanding action from the 13th day of competition in Montreal
Athletics at 12.5
Highlights of last night's Finals in the Olympic Stadium, including the 5,000m and Women's 1500m,. and interviews with the outstanding performers.
Commentators DAVID COLEMAN and RON PICKERING
DAVID VINE reports on the category in which
TAKEO KAWAGUCHI , Of Japan, is the reigning Olympic champion Lightweight
DAVID SAUNDERS reports on the final archery competition with the medals being decided in both the Men's and Women's 30 metres and 50 metres events.
Men's Volleyball Final at 3.30
DON ANTHONY reports on an event which frequently provides some of the most exciting Olympic action
Olympic champions: Japan
Highlights of other Olympic events, including Wrestling, the latest news and results and a look ahead to tonight's Athletics Finals. Olympic Grandstand also features
1.35; 2.5; 2.40; 3.10*
Racing from Goodwood Four top-class races to round off ' Glorious Goodwood '.
1.45 Rous Memorial Stakes (6f)
2.15 Lavant Nursery H'cap (5f)
2.50 PTS Laurels Stakes (H'cap) (Urn)
This race, for four-year-olds and upwards, has £ 10,000 added prize money.
3.20 The Nassau Stakes (llm)
A fillies race for three-year-olds and upwards, and £12,000 added prize money.
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN JULIAN WILSON and JIMMY LINDLEY
BARRY DAVIES reports on this spectacular and sometimes dangerous sport, from the Embassy National Championships, staged at the Hole of Horcum, in North Yorkshire.
TONY GUBBA reports on the Old Spice Water-Ski International, in which world competitors from ten countries took part, including world champion ROBBI ZUCCHI , of Italy, and his greatest rival, MIKE HAZLEWOOD , of Great Britain.
5.5* Final Score
Including cricket scoreboard and racing results
12.5 Olympic Games; 1.20 Hang Gliding
1.35 Racing; 1.50 Water-Skiing
2.5 Racing; 2.20 Olympic Games
2.40 Racing; 3.0 Olympic Games
3.10 Racing; 3.30 Olympic Games
5.5 Final Score
* Timings may be changed by events
Olympic Games OLYMPIC RADIO AND TELEVISION ORGANISATION OF CANADA in association with the EUROPEAN BROADCASTING UNION Racing DENNIS MONGER
Hang Gliding/Water-Skiing TERRY LONG Grandstand producer BRIAN VENNEB Editor ALAN HART
Weather JACK SCOTT
5.25 Sport/Regional News
Non-stop magic, mirth and music with Faith Brown , Paul Daniels Terry Seabrook , John Wade and featuring
Les Diaboliques, Johnny Hart with guest star Ken Dodd
Director KEITH PHILLIPS
Producer PETER RIDSDALE SCOTT BBC Manchester
starring Tony Curtis , Yul Brynner with Sam Wanamaker , Guy Rolfe
The epic story of the 16th-century Cossack chieftain Taras Bulba who fights at the side of Grigory, the Polish leader, in the battle to drive the Turks out of the Ukraine.
Director J. LEE THOMPSON. Films: page 8
An outside broadcast from the BBC1 Big Top which this week visits Weymouth starring Jimmy Tarbuck and featuring
The Bachelors, Sacha Distel with The
Grumbleweeds Keith Harris , Kenny Lynch
Introduced by Tony Blackburn New Edition
Choreography GEOFFREY RICHER Vocal direction MAGGIE STREDDER
RONNIE HAZLEHURST AND HIS ORCHESTRA Producer MICHAEL HURLL
starring Paul Michael Glaser as Starsky David Soul as Hutch
A policeman is shot. A fire is started. A young man is framed for both crimes. Starsky and Hutch lead the hunt for him, unaware that the fugitive has himself been murdered ...
with Kenneth Kendall ; Weather
Featuring live from Montreal the climax of Olympic Athletics with eight gold medal events, and the Boxing Finals Athletics
Men's High Jump Final
America's world record holder DWIGHT STONES is favourite to take the gold medal
Olympic champion: Y. Tarmak (USSR)
Olympic record holder: D. Fosbury (USA) 2.24m (7ft 41in) World record: Stones 2.31 (7:7)
World best 1976: Stones 2.31 (7:7): B. Jankunis (USA) 2.28 (7:5i); S. Senyukov (USSR) 2.26 (7:5)
Britain not represented at Montreal
The Marathon at 10.30
The runners in this classic event will be returning to the Stadium at about
12.30 am. IAN THOMPSON, British record holder with 2:09.12, failed to qualify
Olympic champion: F. Shorter (USA)
Olympic record: A. Bikila (Ethiopia)
World record: D. Clayton (Aus) 2:08.34 World best 1976: Shorter and G. Cindolo (Italy), both 2:11.51; B. Rodgers (USA) 2:11.58
British best: B. Watson 2:15.08
Women's Shot Put Final
Russia has won this gold medal five times but the other Eastern European countries are improving fast....
Olympic champion and record holder: N. Chizhova (USSR) 21.03m (69ft)
World record: M. Adam (DDR) 21.67 (71:li)
World best 1976: Adam 21.67 (71:11); 1. Khristova (Bui) 21.48 (70:53); H. Fibin gerova (Czech) 21.45 (70: 41)
Britain not represented at Montreal
Men's 1500m Final at 11.0
Britain has won three golds, three silvers and two bronze medals - but our last medal was back in 1932 Olympic champion: P. Vasala (Fin)
Olympic record: K. Keino (Kenya)
World record: F. Bayi (Tanz) 3:32.2
World best 1976: Bayi 3:34.8; J. Walker (NZ) 3:35.6; R. Wohlhuter (USA) 3:36.5 British best: F. Clement 3:37.4
Women's 4x1 00m
Relay Final at 11.30
East Germany and West Germany are joint favourites, but the British girls are good enough to push them hard.
Olympic champions and record holders: West Germany 42.81
World record: DDR 42.50
World best 1976 DDR 42.50; W Germany
42.68; USSR 42.98 British best: 43.59
Men's 4x1 00 m
Relay Final at 11.45
The Americans are expected to win this event for the 12th time
Olympic champions and Olympic and World record holders: USA 38.19
World best 1976: DDR 38.80 Poland and W Germany, both 38.85
Britain not represented at Montreal
Relay Final at 12.0 midnight
The gold should go to East Germany, but Britain has a fine chance of a medal
Olympic champions and Olympic and World record holders: DDR 3:23.0
World best 1976: DDR 3:25.0; USSR
3:25.8; W Germany 3:27.1 British best: 3:29.8
Relay Final at 12.20 am
Who will ever forget DAVID JENKINS'S brilliant final leg in Munich when he made up three places and 15 yards to win the silver for the British quartet?
Olympic champions: Kenya
Olympic record and World record: USA
World best 1976: Poland 3:03.2; W Germany 3:03.4; USA 3:03.5 British best: 3:07.3
Commentators DAVID COLEMAN RON PICKERING and STUART STOREY
Boxing Finals at 1.0 am
HARRY CARPENTER reports as all 11 gold medals are decided before 18,500 spectators in Montreal
JOHN MOTSON reports on the last five gold medals of the canoeing competition
Introduced by Frank Bough
Timings are subject to alteration.
Television presentation by the OLYMPIC RADIO AND TELEVISION ORGANISATION OF CANADA in association with the EUROPEAN BROADCASTING UNION
Courage that spans 2000 years ...
The marathon commemorates an epic run by a Greek courier after the Battle of Marathon in 490BC.The outnumbered Greeks defeated the invading Persians - and an Olympic champion runner, Pheidippides, carried the news the 22 miles from Marathon to Athens. He fell dead gasping the words, 'Rejoice, we conquer'. The modern marathon is run over 26 miles 385 yards, a distance which arose out of the 1908 Games in London.The race was to have been exactly 26 miles, from Windsor to the White City Stadium. But the organisers wanted the race to finish in front of the Royal Box - and that added the 385 yards.The marathon is the most punishing race of all - it is road work all the way and runners have been attacked by dogs, knocked down by cars and motor-cycles and almost gassed by traffic fumes. And after about 20 miles, to use the runners' own phrase, they wait 'to hit the wall' - the moment at which they reach the point of collapse. Only those with iron resolve survive the wall. Such an athlete is America's 28-year-old Frank Shorter, who is defending the gold medal he took at Munich. Shorter won the 10,000 metres in the American Olympic trials, but gave up his place in that event to concentrate on the marathon. The Marathon: Olympic Grandstand 9.55 pm