7.30 The Picture Wings of Hawaii
7.30 The Picture Wings of Hawaii
Weather JACK SCOTT
(London and SE only: Financial Report, and News Headlines with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing)
A See-Saw programme
In the river, trout and dippers like fast-flowing water. Frogs and tadpoles prefer a slower pace. A young otter takes to water for the first time, and gets a muddy nose.
A quiz on a filmed journey through Wales
(English transmitters onltf. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
- Goes Down to Earth
Introduced by Johnny Morris with Terry Nutkins
A farm pond is normally a peaceful scene, but it's a different matter when you're two inches high, as a miniaturised Johnny and Terry discover, lost in a patch of long grass beside the water. Coming face to face with frogs, water-voles, herons, pond insects and many other animals, they find that life, when you're the size of a mouse, is a battle for survival. And that's before the farm cat gets their scent!
Producer MIKE BEYNON Director JOHN DOWNER BBC Bristol
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today Nationwide (London and SE) Points West, South Today Spotlight South West
Nationwide with FRANK BOUGH , SI E
LAWLEY RICHARD KERSHAW , HUGH SCULLY and sue COOK
The reporting team: LUKE CASEY PATTIE COLDWELL , JOHN HITCHINS JAMES HOGG , BILL KERR ELLIOTT LAURIE MAYER , FRAN MORRISON
TONY WILKINSON , NICHOLAS WOOLLEY and GLYN WORSNIP.
(Regional details as Monday)
by PETER WHALLEY featuring Kathryn Apanowicz
Martin Barrass , Shirley Cheriton Susan Gilmore , Judith Jacob Joanna Monro , Sharon Rosita Ken Sharrock , Julia Williams
St Angela 's behind her, Beverley settles into her new home. And Rose has a good reason for not wanting to return to London.
The first of six programmes Return of the Sea Eagle
Narrated by David Attenborough
White-tailed sea eagles are spectacular as they plunge for fish in Norwegian fjords, and soar to their nests in some of the most magnificent scenery in Europe. They used to breed in Scotland, but man relentlessly persecuted them to extinction. Now they're back, and if all goes well, they'll be making front-page news.
Photography HUGH MILES Film editor JIM CRYAN
Written and produced by Richard BROCK Series producer PETER BALE BBC Bristol
Sub-titles on Ceefax page 170
Another chance to see the original series starring James Garner as Jim Rockford, one of television's most popular private eyes, with a nose for trouble and a talent for solving cases the police have marked 'closed.'
Tonight: The Kirkoff Case
Who did kill the Kirkoffs? Jim Rockford's investigations all point to Larry, their son and heir - and also the man who is paying him - by results.
Rodney's business partnership with his elder brother is not going quite as he had hoped. Meanwhile, Del has a problem with some briefcases he has acquired.
with John Humphrys and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weatherman
Tap-dancing is back. Angela Rippon traces its roots from Harlem, New York, and from clog-dancing in Lancashire. She also looks at the revival of tap on Broadway in her search to discover what it takes to become a professional dancer today.
She talks to Ann Miller , the fastest tapper in the world. She finds out what a dancer's life is like back-stage, sees for herself the agony of auditions and finally takes a few eood walloov tan lessons from the Happy Hoofer choreographer, Lionel Blair -
This is the first in a series of three films.
Producer SUE CROWTHER
The second semi-final of this dancing series comes from the Cheltenham Town Hall once more where Home Counties South meet Home Counties North
Peter Marshall is the compere and the commentary and anecdotes are supplied by BRUCE HAMMAL.
The professional demonstration is by Richard and Janet Gleave The music is provided by THE ANDY ROSS ORCHESTRA
Director DAVE PERROTTET Producer RICK GARDNER
Come Dancing (record REH 388, cassette zcr 388), from record shops
A series on what medicine has to offer.
Hilary Henson and Chris Serle report.
Studio director CHARLES HUFF
Series producer VIVIENNE KING
A series of sixprogrammes 5:Piranha
Ian Gillespie finds the new British rod-caught record piranha in an Essex pond and Clive Gammon finds his pool full of weed-killer.
Written by IAN WOOLDRIDGE Producer MICHAEL BEGG (First shoivn on BBC2)
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