6.25 Chancellor's School. 6.50 Biology of Polluted Water. 7.15 Cloister to Cloister? 2. 7.40 History of Mathematics. 8.5 Hidden Messages
Seven programmes for the young motorcyclist.
3: Fit for the Road?
Will your bike pass its MOT? EUGENIE VERNEY gets some answers from GRAHAM BAILEY , COLIN HOWELL and BRIAN HUNTER , while DR ROB BUCKMAN describes what drink does to your riding.
Film editor PATTI WINTER
Producer IAN WOOLF
Book (same title) 11.50 from booksellers
Peter Powell and Mark Curry with the Summertime Saturday Show.
9.35 Laurel and Hardy build a robot to help with the housework.
9.40 Day-Tripper: David Bellamy goes beachcombing.
9.45 TV Powww! the all-action telephone video game.
9.50 Robinson Crusoe , starring Robert Hoffmann : part 6
10.15 Ten/Fifteen: live music from U2, how to build a pedal-powered racing car, and the Illustrated Top Ten.
10.30 Newsround Sports Report Paul McDowell and the Newsround team with one of the week's stories, people or issues.
10.35 VideoVote with a Get Set verdict on the latest releases.
Director DAVID LANGFORD Producer TONY HARRISON
Executive producer DAVID brown
To check details of any holiday ideas shown ring the Get Set answer-phone today or tomorrow on [number removed]0 BACK PAGE: 78
The feature film starring
Charlie Drake , Anne Heywood Cecil Parker , John Turner
When their application to serve at sea in warships is turned down, Wren officer Ann Stephens and the 150 girls under her command seize HMS Huntress while her crew are on shore-leave, and take one prisoner - Stoker Charlie.
Screenplay by LEW SCHWARZ
Produced by GORDON l. t. scott
Directed by DAVID MACDONALD. Films: p 14
including at 12.50* News Summary
12.20 Football Focus
As the season draws to its exciting climax, Bob Wilson reflects the crucial issues.
12.55 Boxing from Wembley
Highlights of the Levene/Duff promotion in London this week, which included Tony Sibson, Charlie Magri and Pat Cowdell. Commentator Harry Carpenter
1.15 Marathon Preview
Tomorrow 17,000 runners compete over the classic distance of 26 miles, 385 yards in the Gillette London Marathon. David Coleman and Ron Pickering look at the course. (Coverage begins tomorrow 9.15 am)
See page 6
1.30; 3.10 International Snooker
The Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship from The Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. Championship winners Terry Griffiths and Ray Reardon should be playing their second-round matches today. Commentators Ted Lowe, Jack Karnehm, Clive Everton and Vera Selby
1.50; 2.25; 2.50 Racing from Lingfield
2.0 Holsten Diat Pils Maiden Stakes (Qualifier, 7f 140y)
2.30 Mirror Group Newspapers Stakes (Handicap. ljm)
3.0 Highland Spring Derby Trial Stakes (Group 3. lim)
This switchback circuit, so similar to Epsom, provides the perfect trial run for the Derby. Commentators Peter O'Sullevan, Julian Wilson, Jimmy Lindley
2.10; 2.40 International Swimming from the Derby Baths, Blackpool: Great Britain v Holland v Italy
After their success a few weeks ago against the Soviet team, the British will be optimistic about their chances this weekend. The Dutch Women's team is very strong, but will have problems beating June Croft in the 200m Freestyle. Organised by the ASA in conjunction with the Yorkshire Bank. Commentators Alan Weeks, Hamilton Bland
3.45 Half-time football scores
3.55 Rugby League: Slalom Lager Premiership Trophy
The first eight clubs finally placed in the First Division of the Rugby League battle for the Â£6,000 winning prize. Today the first semi-final is likely to involve one of the Challenge Cup finalists, Hull or Widnes. Commentator Ray French. Summariser Alex Murphy.
4.35 Final Score Classified check and pools news
Television presentation: Football Focus BOB ABRAHAMS Boxing BOB DUNCAN Snooker NICK hunter, bill TAYLOR and mike ADLEY Racing david KENNING Swimming JOHNNIE WATHERSTON Rugby League keith Phillips Assistant editor Grandstand JOHN ROWLINSON Producer Grandstand MARTIN HOPKINS Editor Grandstand MIKE MURPHY
Those good ol' country boys whose main pleasure in life is beating the system and baiting the sheriff of Hazzard County where the good guys are outlaws and everybody's in-laws. starring
The Canterbury Crock
The Dukes buy an old vase from an elderly friend who's fallen victim to Boss Hogg's greedy chicanery. But a whole pot of trouble pursues them and their purchase.
Music specially composed and sung bV WAYLON JENNINGS
Written by BRUCE Howard Directed by DICK MODER
with Jan Leeming Weatherman
Regional Variations (3)
with Mike Read
How many hits can you name that started out as signature tunes for television programmes? Which of tonight's panellists wrote hits for the Yardbirds and the Hollies? Who started his career as Shane Fenton ? Will you recognise Status Quo singing their 1968 hit ' Pictures of matchstick men'? Other film from the archives includes
Joni Mitchell and Marvin Gaye Tonight's teams:
Kevin Godley of Godley and Creme Simon Kirke , Free and Bad Company drummer
Midge Ure of Ultravox v
Alvin Stardust , recently in the charts again with ' Pretend' Toyah, singer and actress
Stuart Colman , DJ and producer of hits for Shakin' Stevens among others
Assistant producer JILL SINCLAIR Director PHILIP CHILVERS
Producer FRANCES WHITAKER
(Status Quo - Live on 1, Friday 9.25 pm) Book (same title) 11.25 from booksellers from 20 May
Starring Jeff Chandler
with Ty Hardin Peter Brown , Andrew Duggan Will Hutchins , Claude Akins
Burma 1944: ' Merrill's Marauders'. a crack US army unit under Brigadier-General Frank Merrill, capture a strategic village. Suffering from mental and physical exhaustion after months of hard jungle warfare, the Marauders are desperately in need of rest. But Merrill must ask for one last supreme effort from his men - and from himself.
Screenplay by MILTON SPERLING and SAMUEL FULLER from the book by CHARLTON OGBURN JR Produced by MILTON Sperling Directed by SAMUEL fuller Films: page 14
A new series for all the family, live from Television Centre in London, presenting international entertainers with their songs, music and the viewers' request spot There Goes That Song Again. starring
Val Doonican and featuring his guests
The King's Singers and Jose Feliciano
With THE RAY CHARLES SINGERS
Musical directorRONNIE hazlehurst Musical associate ROGER Richards
Special material and vocal arrangements RAY CHARLES
Script CHRIS MILLER and VAL DOONICAN Costume designerLYNDA WOODFIELD Sound KEITH GUNN
Lighting KEN MACGREGOR Designer PAUL therise
Production YVONNE LITTLIWOOD
A new film series introducing the rich and powerful Carrington family. starring
After some misgivings, Krystle has decided to marry Blake Carrington after all, and hectic preparations for the elaborate wedding are in full swing. But even as the guests start arriving, storm clouds are also gathering.
Written by RICHARD AND ESTHER SHAPIRO Directed by RALPH SENENSKY
with Jan Leeming Weatherman
Regional Variations (2)
Introduced by Jimmy Hill
Highlights of two Football League matches affecting championship honours, promotion and relegation. BOB WILSON gathers together the day's other news, including the late-night pools check. Also in tonight's programme, a look at some more goals in the Goal of the Season competition. Commentators
JOHN MOTSON , ALAN PARRY
ProducersJIM RESIDE ,John WATTS Series producer FRED VINER Editor BOB ABRAHAMS
The first of seven programmes
Relax into the weekend with music to suit every mood. This week American entertainer Rosemary Clooney, in her own inimitable, easy-to-listen-to style, sings many of her former hits as well as some contemporary material. Special guest Tony Monopoly
Musical director GEOFF LOVE Designer CHARLES BOND Director TONY RAYNER
Producer DAVID WILLIAMS BBC Birmingham
as Sergeant Bilko