10.3 Scan: World Housekeeping
Other Ways of Doing Things
A Wry Tangle
It's Only Rock 'n' Roll
11.30 Hyn o
Fyd Archaeoleg. Ogofau Perigord Cyflwynydd EMLYN DAVIES Cynhyrchydd R. DILWYN JONES BBC Cymru/Wales
11.55 Milestones in Working Class History. The Taint of Slavery
A lively look at words and letters with DONALD GEE
BOB HOSKINS and POLLY JAMES
MARTIN SHAW , GAY HAMILTON
Script BARRY TOOK
Weather BILL GILES
DONNY MACLEOD , MARIAN FOSTER
JAN LEEMING and DAVID SEYMOUR with the personalities and talking points of the day including The BBC Shopping Basket with Sue Cook
Editor TERRY DOBSON
Skip to the Ewe
It's lambing time on the farm. Not all the lambs can be fed by the ewe - some have to be bottle-fed by the farmer and his family.
Music and narration by DEREK GRIFFITHS
2.14 English. One Power Alone William Blake
2.45 Treffpunkt: Deutschland Freizeit
Story: Harlequin and the Gift of Many Colours
Written by REMY CHARLIP
Illustrated by BURTON SUPREE Presenters
Delia Morgan , Stuart McGugan
A cartoon about a character with a highly individual life-style and a way-out way of coping with adventure.
with SORCHA CUSACK
Charmed Life by DIANA WYNNE JONES
Today: Nine Lives :
Regional Variations (2)
A cartoon series in which ordinary Charlie Brown is only one step be- hind his extraordinary friends.
with John Noakes, Peter Purves and Lesley Judd
'Tu mowi Londyn' 'This is London'
These words greet millions of people all over the world who tune to the BBC's World Service. John goes to Bush House and meets the broadcasters, including Hitoshii Fukuda, a Japanese newsreader, and Noel Edmonds!
by OLIVER POSTGATE
Pictures by PETER FIRMIN
Story told by OLWEN GRIFFITHS , ANTHONY JACKSON and OLIVER POSTGATE Music by VERNON ELLIOTT
with Angela Rippon ; Weatherman
Look North, South Today
Look East, Midlands Today
Points West, Spotlight South West present news and views in your region tonight. Then at 6.20
The Nationwide team of FRANK BOUGH , SUE LAWLEY
VALERIE SINGLETON , JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS set out to examine the topical events of the day and also show you some of the less serious features and stories that make up the scene Nationwide.
Producers RONALD NEIL , ANDREW TAUSSIG GORDON WATTS, HUGH WILLIAMS
Deputy editor STUART WILKINSON Editor JOHN GAU
Regional Variations (2)
Michael Rodd , Judith Hann
William Woollard and Anna Ford report on the achievements ... and occasional failures ... of the scientists and technologists who are shaping our future.
Producers ANDREW WISEMAN , robin BOOTLE Assistant editor ALAN DOBSON Editor MICHAEL BLAKSTAD
Introduced by Dave Lee Travis LEGS & CO
TOP OF THE POPS ORCHESTRA
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON Choreography FLICK COLBY Sound ALAN MACHIN
Director STANLEY APPEL Producer ROBIN NASH
A new comedy series written by JOHN SULLIVAN starring
Studio director RAY BUTT
Producer DENNIS MAIN WILSON
James Bolam in A Marriage and a Massacre by JAMES MITCHELL with James Garbutt
' This may be a very nasty business. I've received letters. See what you can make of them.'
Cast in order of appearance
Series created by JAMES MITCHELL Designer TIM GLEESON
Producer ANDREW OSBORN Director GILCHRIST CALDER
with Angela Rippon ; Weather
Reporter John Pitman
The award-winning series which allows talented amateurs the chance of their dreams - to take part in a spectacular professional event.
This week, we follow the adventures of Lol Cottrell, a 28-year-old baker's roundsman, who has always dreamed of playing football for Liverpool.
This year he did - in Tommy Smith's testimonial game. Coached by Tommy - the 'Iron Man of Anfield' - Lol spends two weeks training for his big match and collecting advice from the Liverpool team and top professionals like Denis Law, Bill Shankly and Jimmy Hill. But how will the amateur player cope in front of a crowd of 56,000 at Anfield?
The arts in action
For Love or Money
'Over the last 20 years art has been a better investment than real estate or stocks' said Armand Hammer, oil tycoon and collector, announcing the recent merger of a well known art investment company, Modareo, with one of New York's top galleries, Knoedler.
Because of the high price of art it is often hidden away in bank vaults, it is stolen, it is forged and it is bought and sold in secret.
For Love or Money takes a look at what goes on in the international art trade - at the sale-rooms where it comes up for auction, at the dealers who buy and sell, and at the museums where it usually ends up. We tell the story of an Italian masterpiece, sold for a million pounds which has completely disappeared, the story of a so-called 'ring' at a country auction sale and other incidents which help to reveal what goes on behind the scenes.
(Next week: part 2 of 'For Love or Money' looks behind the scenes of the art world and talks to dealers, artists and collectors)
Introduced by DENIS TUOHY
Explaining the news that will still matter tomorrow - tonight
With the Robin Day interview Including News Headlines
Editor MIKE TOWNSON