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Introduced from London and New York by Cliff Michelmore and Robin Day with summaries and comment from
Robert McKenzie and Robert MacNeil
RONNIE NOBLE and MICHAEL BUNCE
Editor. RICHARD FRANCIS
THE MORNING NEWS at 7.55* and 8.55*
CRAFT AND SCIENCE
Unit 1: Engineering Materials 5: Heating and Cooling Shown on Monday
Repeated on Friday (not Scottish)
Accompanying pamphlet: see page 17
9.38 EXPLORING YOUR
Shown on Monday
10.0-10.20 HISTORY 1917-1967
Revolution in Russia Stalin's Revolution
Ruthlessly suppressing all opposition, Stalin builds up Russia into an industrial super-power.
‡ Produced by JOHN RADCLIFFE
Repeated on Thursday
WELSH TRANSMITTERS, SUTTON COLDFIELD HOLME MOSS , WENVOE WEST
10.25-10.45 Dysgu Cymraeg: a series for Welsh Schools
11.5-11.25 LOOK AND READ
The Lost Treasure
Shown on Tuesday
11.35 SCIENCE EXTRA:
Heated Argument between
R. W. BROWN and Da. James ARTHUR with TENNIEL EVANS and DONALD MORLEY
Produced by DAVID ROSEVEARE
Repeated on Monday and Thursday next week
12.0-12.25 MIRROR FOR
The Ways and Meanings of Cinema Shown on Monday
Make Yourself at Home
For viewers from
Pakistan and India including Look, Listen, and Speak Scriptwriter, VIOLA HUGGINS
Teacher, Robert Chapman
Assisted by SHEILA DILLON-GUY from the Midlands
Shown on Sunday
'Look, Listen, and Speak' Book 4 (orange cover), printed in Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, Punjabi, Gujarati and English with vocabularies and revision lessons, can be obtained from booksellers, Asian grocery shops or from BBC Publications [address removed] by post 8d.; crossed postal order, please, not stamps).
Light entertainment, with Aled and Reg
First shown on
For the very young
The Flowerpot Men
2.5 SCIENCE SESSION
One of the series for thirteen-to. fifteen-year-olds about science and motor-bikes.
Introduced by ARTHUR New
J Produced by MORTON SURGUY
1: Facts and Fiction
Shown on Tuesday
This ranges from training airline pilots to improving engineering apprenticeship.
Presented by David Shute with Douglas Seymour , Ken Tilley
Frank Metcalfe , Alan Swaisland
Produced by GREGORY CLEGG
with Edward de Souza
True Car Stories
Today: 'Mr. Motoring'
A thrilling cartoon serial
PART 6: Professor Lindenbrook endangers his own life to save Europe from a group of Ice People ' who are undermining the earth.
A weekly series introduced by Johnny Morris
The Wortd of Animals
In the wild, in the zoo, at home —a magazine of stories about animals.
Director, PETER CRAWFORD Producer, DouGLAS THOMAS from the South and West
The varied adventures of Hector the Dog, Zaza the Cat and Mrs. Kiki Frog
After the results-what happens now, what does it all mean? Introduced from London and New York by Cliff Michelmore and Robin Day with summaries and comment from
Robert McKenzie , Robert MacNeil
RONNIE NOBLE and MICHAEL BUNCE Editor, RICHARD FRANCIS
Brazil: the arrival in Rio de Janeiro
The Royal Yacht Britannia brings Her Majesty The Queen and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh into Guanabara Bay where they come ashore to fly to the new capital, Brasilia.
Commentator, Richard Baker Recording of yesterday's outside broadcast presentation by Brazilian Television
The Arrival in Brasilia: 11.25 p.m.
The Queen's State Visit to South America is the first ever paid to that continent by a reigning British monarch. She arrives first in Brazil, the world's fifth largest country; and among places that she will visit are Rio de Janeiro, famed for its spectacular setting, and Brasilia, the nation's capital, which was founded little more than a decade ago.
HOWRIDGE BRIGHTON OXFORD, PETERBOROUGH
6.5-6.25 Local News and Weather
Introduced by Raymond Baxter
Discoveries ... Developments ... Trends
A weekly look at the world's fast-changing scientific, medical, and technological scene.
James Burke , John Parry
Producers: JOHN M. MANSFIELD CHRISTOPHER RAINBOW
Editor, PETER BRUCE
Devised by Colin Morris
Lance finds an ear-ring, the ownership of which causes considerable speculation; Kerr spends an evening in Cambridge; Caroline swears Sydney to secrecy.
Producer, BILL SELLARS
Directed by TIMOTHY COMBE from the Midlands
is this week's Wednesday Show Time
Old-Time Music-Hall from the stage of the Famous City Varieties Theatre, Leeda
By arrangement with Stanley and Michael Joseph presenting
DOREEN HERMITAGE and TEDDY GREEN
THE BOW BELLES
Pat Ashton, Lorraine Todd, Jan Hunt , Jenny Wren Julia Sutton
Joe Church Is appearing in ' The Autumn Show ' at the London Palladium; Doreen Hermitage, Teddy Green, and 'The Bow Belles' appear by arrangement with the Players Theatre, London
No Son of Mine by MICHAEL PERTWEE starring
BERNARD BRADEN and BARBARA KELLY
Incidental music by JOHN DANKWORTH
Designer, Peter Kindred
Produced by MICHAEL MILLS
There is no reason why the arrival of Chantal, an attractive au pair girl, should upset the even tenor of the family's life. but for some reason it has an explosive effect which seems to set off a family crisis. This, the opening episode of a new comedy series, was first seen as a Comedy Playhouse, and was so well received by the public that it was decided to extend the idea.
with John Edmunds and THE WEATHER
on behalf of the CONSERVATIVE AND UNIONIST
Also on BBC-2
Nothing will be the Same Again by JAMES HANLEY with PATRICK HACEE
GWEN CHERRELL and TESSA WYATT
Music, JOSEPH HOROVITZ
Designer, James Weatherup
Producer, IRENE SHUBIK
Directed by PETER HAMMOND
The Jesse family are an apparently normal and happy household-until a mysterious and scruffy stranger starts following Mrs. Jesse around. Both Mr. Jesse and Julie, their daughter, become increasingly suspicious of the relationship between Mrs. Jesse and the stranger. Gradually a past is revealed which no one had ever suspected before, Its effect on the relationships between the members of the family is devastating
A quick look at the news and a longer look at what matters
Editor. ANTHONY WHITBY
from Bucharest Rumania v. England
England, in their first international of the season, meet Rumania for the first time since May 1939, when England won 2-0 in Bucharest.
Television presentation by the Rumanian Television Service
'England will be breaking new ground in postwar football when they visit Bucharest to play Rumania,' says Kenneth Wolsten holme.
'Only once previously in the history of the game has England played Rumania and that was in one of the last international matches before the Second World War, when England won 2-0. Rumania may seem a surprising choice for this international, but Sir Alf Ramsey wants the England team to have experience of all types of opposition before the World Cup, which is less than two years away, and Rumania will provide just the type of opposition which could upset even the best of sides. Consistency may not be their strong point, but when they are on their game they can turn out some tremendous performances, especially in their own country. They play the sort of strong, hard football which characterises our game as well as the game in countries such as Germany and Yugoslavia. So Sir Alf Ramsey could hardly have chosen a tougher first international of the season for his England team.'
State Ceremonies in Brasilia
An R.A.F. VC 10 brings
Her Majesty The Queen and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh to the new capital's airport and the official ceremonial welcome to Brazil. In the evening there is a State Banquet at the dramatically modernistic Foreign Office building.
Commentator, Richard Baker
Recording of yesterday's outside broadcast presentation by Brazilian Television