TELEVISION coverage some of the most colourful ceremonies surrounding the Queen's Jubilee visit to Edinburgh begin on BBC Scotland on Monday. It will be a strenuous test for Scots sctor Tom Fleming (left) who will be commentating at three events in two days. Tom will' be on duty
THE LITTLE AND LARGE TELLYSHOW (Grampian, 6.45). The comic duo’s guests include the singing man mountain himself Demis Houssos. The other guests are Reflections and Norman Collier. THE SILVER JUBILEE (BBC 1,8.10). Highlights of the installation of Prince Charles as a Knight of t
9.30 FARMING TODAY Aberdeen Angus and Highland cattle (repeat). 10.00 MUSICAL TRIANGLES ‘The Voice." 10.30 CHECKMATE soul of chess." 11.00 ITS ALIVE AND KICKING Health education for youngsters. 11.30 A HOUSE FOR THE FUTURE A look at a house where fuel bills have been cut by 80%.
GRAMPIAN POLICE today appealed for witnesses to broak-int at two Peterhead (hop* within 100 yards oa«h other in the Blackhouse area of the town during Thursday night and yesterday morning. Thieves broke in at the rear of the VG Supermarket in Golf Road, operated by Hr. Ray Outbi
A Short Session Meeting will heM after the Morning Service. QUEEN'S CROft* The Creche. Nutmty and CBlldren meet hAiftl. Christian ROSBMOUNT CHURCH. 11 Jh. —Th TWentS'-ave Yedf* OuNm’i ■ Retail. Note; AJI the Sunday School meet ll a.m.