with Frank Bough and Sue Cook
For regular features see Monday Plus today:
Farming with John Mountford between 6.30 and 7.0
The Breakfast Time Doctor between 8.30 and 9.0
Regional Variations (2)
With Lil in the studio and Chris Harris and the pink caravan on location, the young people of the Isle of Wight become the start of their own television station. Up-to-the-minute reports from a hang gliding school, amazing scenes as the mothers of Totland catch football fever, flying feathers as Dennis the talking parrot takes on the trippers on Sandown beach, and animal magic at a Newport school.
with Ann Morrish
The Multiplying Glass by ANN PHILLIPS
4: The Grotto
The Chrysalis with the voices of KENNETH WILLIAMS
Written and directed by NICK sparco
with TONY HART and Morph 9: Wood
JANETARLETON Producer CHRISTOPHERPILKINGTON
with Richard Whitmore and Fern Britton
Weather MICHAEL FISH
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
A See-Saw programme by PETER FIRMIN and OLIVER POSTGATE Music by SANDRA KERR and JOHN FAULKNER
A series of four programmes featuring people who live and work in the New Forest. 3: Art and Craft
Today Dennis Skllllcorn meets Monica Coleman , a self-taught artist who found that the influence of the forest inspired her to start painting. With her old dog Cindy as her only companion she seeks out locations where she can spend a tranquil day, preferably where a lazy stream wanders beneath overhanging birch trees. Dennis met Monica at Moyles Court, near Fordingbridge and nearby he found Ronald Hayward busy thatching an old cottage. Ronald is carrying on a family tradition that was started by his great-grandfather and will continue through his own son, Brian. For the Haywards it's an old craft that will never die.
Film editor ALAN KNIGHT Producer JOHN COLEMAN
(Part 4 tomorrow at 1.45 pm)
The feature film starring Jack Hawkins, John Stratton
When Det Supt Tom Halliday investigates a robbery, he soon realises that the crime resembles a series of robberies committed over the last two years. In each case the rifled safe was of a particular make... Halliday and his new assistant have the task of solving the mystery.
Screenplay by Janet Green and Robert Barr, from the latter's story
Films: page 14
The second of three programmes In the 1930s the world was opened up for airline passengers and the flying boat took pride of place in the development of new routes. First was the largest aircraft in the world, the huge 12-engined German Dornier flying boat, soon to be followed by the graceful Empire flying boats of Imperial Airways reaching out to Africa, the Far East and Australia.
David Lomax continues the story of the flying boats and those who flew in them until 1939 when the transatlantic service was started, only to be sharply interrupted by war -when the flying boat had a new role to play.
(Part 3 tomorrow at 3.45 pm)
A programme for children under 5
A serial in 26 parts
Heidi is disappointed when Dr Klassen arrives alone and tells her that Klara is not strong enough to travel from Frankfurt. Heidi's grandfather and the doctor soon become friends and he promises to return to the mountains. 22: Winter in Dorfti
Produced by INTERTEL TELEVISION AG
English version directed by louis ELMAN for LEAH INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTIONS
She's a good skate, Charlie Brovm
featuring LEONARD ROSSITER
Nicholas Witchell ; Weatherman
(Regional details as Monday)
Regional Variations (2)
Doctor Who: Black Orchid: 2
The Doctor stands accused, despite Lady Cranleigh knowing he is innocent. What is the secret she is protecting that allows her to let an honest man go to jail?
Donovan's Kid Part 2 starring
Jamie has stowed away with her ' uncle' Tim and is enjoying life on the run, but Tim has other plans for his daughter, well aware that his uncle-in-law's bully boys are on their trail....
Directed by BERNARD MCEVEETY A WALT DISNEY production
Regional Variations (2)
John Peel and David Jensen present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 1 September 1983. Featuring Modern Romance, Madness, Genesis, Big Country, Stray Cats and UB40.
' You've got big dreams. You want fame. Well, fame costs, and right here's where you start paying ..." dance teacher Lydia Grant warns the students of New York's celebrated dream factory, the High School for the Performing Arts. starring
Ending on a High Note
Leroy suddenly sees that all of life isn't tied up in performing when Lydia blackmails him and Danny into coaching a church basketball team for an old friend of hers, Brother Timothy.
Written by CHRISTOPHER BEAUMONT Directed by jack BENDER
with Nicholas Witchell Weatherman
The last of nine parts by Elaine Morgan
Starring Philip Madoc, Lisabeth Miles, Kika Markham, Ray Smith
Theme music (record REH: 414 Cassette ZCR 414): From Retailers
In the UK a tangle of more than 80 laws prevents officials from releasing information to the public.
In State Secrets Ed Boyle follows the trail of a confidential ' Think Tank' report from its leak somewhere in Whitehall, via Stockholm and Amsterdam, back to a public library shelf in London. Its contents could affect the welfare of all of us, so are those who passed the brown paper parcel along its way criminals or men of conscience?
Then he visits a Yorkshire couple who believe that their neighbour - a giant chemical plant-is endangering their health and safety. Local officials know the facts because, they say, they need to, but don't the couple - indeed the public-have a 'right to know as well?
For 'it's not just laws that keep things hidden, it's tradition, the British way of doing things ... not so much the legislation more a way of life.
Film editor MICHAEL CASEY
Series producer HUGH PURCELL Producer SUE BOURNE
The singer and the songs - top arrangers and big bands - highlights of a unique combination that will always be identified as the Sinatra sound including such famous standards as 'Nice n easy', The one I love belongs to somebody else ', Pennies from heaven', 'The best is yet to come', The girl from Ipanema I get a kick out of you', Something' and 'New York, New York'. with guests
Count Baste and his Band
Music director DON COSTA
Produced by PAUL w. KEYES Directed by CLARKJONES
(programme recorded in America)