England v. Pakistan
FIRST TEST MATCH
Fifth day's play at Lord's
3rian Johnston, Peter West
Richie Benaud , Denis Compton Summariser,
E. W. Swanton
Philip Lewis , John McGonagla
A film cartoon series about the gang of Alley Cats captained by the ever-resourceful and formidable Boss Cat
The Con Men
Tonl. the Hamburger Man. ts cheated by confidence tricksters, but the tatter meet their match In T.C.
2: Mountain Soldiers
Climbing difficult rock faces, skiing manoeuvres and hazardous rescue work are all part of the daily training of the Italian soldiers based on the mountain town of Aosta Commentary spoken by ROBERT RIETTY
‡ The adventures of the boy detective and his dog
The Calculus Case
Tin Tin escapes from the Bolderian police with the aid of a friendly farmer, but runs into further trouble as soon as he reaches town.
playing cat and mouse in a selection from the world-famous award-winning cartoon films starring
TOM THE CAT and a far-from-underdog mouse called
Created by WILLIAM HANNA and JOE BARBERA
... is a closed bookl
An early evening scene with SIMON DEE introducing his guests
Bernard Herrmann and the Northern Dance Orchestra
Script: MICHAEL WALE and JOE STEEPLES NEIL SHAND
Design, Peter Mavius Direction, JAMES MOIR
Production, TERRY HENEBER
JOSEPH BRADY , JAMES ELLIS JOHN SLATER in Prejudice
PART 2 by TONY WILLIAMSON with Sebastian Breaks , David Daker
Designer, Tom Carter
Producer, RONALD Travers
Directed by JOHN DAVIES
Det -Sgt Stone:
P C Tate:
P C Weir:
P C Culshaw:
DEREK NIMMO with GWENDOLYN WATTS and Elizabeth Knight
Written by RONALD WOLFE and RONALD CHESNEY
Cast in order of appearance:
Orchestral arrangements and direction by DENNIS WILSON
Designed by Chris Thompson
Produced by JOHN STREET
Derek Nimmo is appearing in ' Charlie Girl ' at the Adelphi Theatre. London
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The Mortal Storm stars
JAMES STEWART with Robert Young
Screenplay by CLAUDINE WEST .
ANDERSEN ELLIS , and GEORGE FROESCHEL from the novel by PHYLLIS BOTTOME Produced and directed by Frank Borzage
Two young lovers In a small German town are thrown together by the tragic events following the rise of Hitler.
Otto Von Rohn:
Erich Von Rohn:
Round the clock and round the world with up-to-the-minute coverage of what matters today
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore with Kenneth Allsop Round 24 hours with Ian Trethowan , Robert McKenzie Round 24,000 miles with Fyfe Robertson , Julian Pettifer
Michael Barratt , Michael Parkinson
Leonard Parkin , David Lomax
Deputy editor, Anthony Whitby Editor, DERRICK AMOORE
A new film series about human behaviour by HANS HASS
For four years Hans Hass has been travelling all over the world compiling a unique film record of the way people behave. By special film techniques he analyses our various characteristics-our gestures, our facial expressions, the effects of nervousness, our quest for pleasure.
The Community Being
To what extent is our free will influenced by the society in which we live?
Filmed and directed by DR. HANS HASS
Ethological adviser, Dr. Eibl-Eibesfeldt
Presented in collaboration with the South German and the Austrian Television Services
From the South and West
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with Fanny Cradock
4: Meat including:
Three ways with veal
Pot roast and Yorkshire pudding with a difference
Producer, VICTOR POOLE
10.55-11.20 Headline Challenge: a quiz about news headlines of the past
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