Lost, stolen, or ... Shown on Monday
Motion in Three Dimensions
Introduced by BILL RITCHIE
Produced by JOHN FIELD
Shown last week
WELSH TRANSMITTERS, SUTTON COLDFIELD HOLME MOSS , WENVOE WEST
10.25-10 45 So You're Leaving Soont: a series for Welsh Schools
Out Beyond Earth
Shown on Thursday
Unit 5: Joining Metal
2: Gas welding
Shown on Wednesday
For booklet see page 42
Parlour Game: I have a word,'
First shown on BBC Wales
For the very young
Pippin and Tog hear a fairy story about the first clock.
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A programme for children under five
Carol Chell , Johnny Ball
' The Little Red Hen
Producer, CYNTHIA FELGATE
Shown at 11.0 a.m. on BBC-2
with H. E. Todd
The Extraordinary Adventures of Bobby Brewster
Today 'The Think Balloon' and ' The Fat and Jolly Ghost'
Written and told by H. E. TODD
Illustrated by GEOFFREY DICKINSON
Directed by JOHN PROWSE
Producer, ANNA HOME
Stories about Archaeological Discoveries
Introduced by MICHAEL ASPEL with Peter Glaze , Rod McLennan
Christine Holmes , Jillian Comber
The Dave Clark Five
Script by BOB BLOCK
Music by BERT HAYES AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Designer. Jeremy Bear
Producer, PETER WHITMORE
Christine Holmes is appearing in ' Charlie Girl ' at the Adelphi Theatre. London: Bert Hayes is al Butlin's Hotels. Cliftonville
with Cathy McGowan
A weekly look at criticism and comments from younger viewers
Presented by lain Johnstone
Letters for inclusion in these programmes should be addressed to Junior Points of View. BBC Television Centre. London. W.12.
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Introduced by Ronald Allison
OF 1969 from Colorado Springs, U.S.A. featuring
THE PAIRS: FREE SKATING
Oleg Protopopov and Ludmila Belousova skate to defend their World title against formidable opposition which includes
Alek Ulanov and Irina Rodnina their dynamic compatriots who beat them in the European Championships in Garmisch earlier this month.
Commentator, Alan Weeks
Presented by The American Broadcasting Company See page 33
Tales from the last frontier of the great American West
A film series starring
The whole town falls under the spell of Medicine Bow's beautiful new schoolteacher, Felicity Andrews , and The Virginian proposes marriage only to be told by her sister of Felicity's tragic secret.
First shown on BBC-2
THE COFFEE SET with Peter Elliott
Musical director, Norman Percival
Scripts by PETER ROBINSON , ERIC DAVIDSON
Additional material by DICK EMERY
Filmed interviews by BRYAN BLACKBURN
Designer, Chris Thompson
Produced by ERNEST MAXIN
Dick's guests tonight are The Coffee Set, who will be singing Dickie Boy. You know it well-it's a full version of the programme's signature tune, which was written by producer Ernest Maxin.
The first of a new comedy series by ROBERT MORLEY and JEREMY PAUL
Divine Science with ROBERT RAGLAN
Incidental music by DENNIS WILSON
Designer, Ray London
Producer, GRAEME MUIR
Todhunter is a sort of upper-class Alf Garnett. He was educated at a third-rate public school, and lives with his brother-in-law Partridge on a houseboat.
Each week you will hear about
Todhunter's views on different aspects of life. This week he manoeuvres the Vicar into inviting him to read the lesson at Matins, resulting in a most unusual experience for the congregation.
See page 31
The Rev Hope-Jones:
with John Edmunds followed by THE WEATHER
A new episode from the pace-setting adventure series starring a man with no ties and no time to spare
I am the Late Diana Hays
A chance meeting with a beautiful girl in a remote village in Mexico puts Paul in the middle of a strange matrimonial conflict, the husband convicted of murdering the wife, the wife alive and well. The unravelling of the plot, if it is a plot, and its solution puts Paul back in the driving seat of his legal career for a day or two.
organised by Mecca Dancing
A mini-international in the quarter-finals of this season's competition
Peter West introduces the First Half of WALES v.
Chairman of Judges, Bill Irvine
Ken Mackintosh in Swansea Brian Pearsall in Coventry
Arranger, Eric Morley
Directors. SELWYN RODERICK BARRIE EDGAR. REG PERRIN
Producer, PHILIP LEWIS
Last season Wales knocked out the West Midlands in the first round, but already the English team have shown great improvement, dealing easily with the West area a few weeks ago.
Can they cope with one of last year's semi-finalists and win a place in the last four themselves?
What matters in the news and out of it with Kenneth Allsop and Michael Barratt
Robert McKenzie , Vincent Kane
Assistant editor, John Dekker
Editor. ANTHONY SMITH
A series of international debating contests between students from eight countries for
The Observer Mace
6: HOLLAND v. YUGOSLAVIA
We should forget about space until we find our feet on earth
This is the motion the Dutch team proposes and the Yugoslav team opposes Panel of Judges:
Past President of the National Union of Students
President of the National Union of Students and Kenneth Harris , Presiding Judge who also introduces the programme
Produced by RAY COLLEY from Studenterforeningen, Copenhagen
Presented in collaboration with the Danish Television Service
It should be quite a battle tonight because Holland and Yugoslavia were the only teams in the preliminary contests to score more than seventy out of a possible ninety-Holland seventy-two, Yugoslavia seventy-one.
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