CRAFT AND SCIENCE
Unit 5: Joining Metal
Shown on Monday
Repeated on Friday (not Scottish)
For booklet see page 17
9.38 EXPLORING YOUR
Shown on Monday
10.0-10.20 HISTORY 1917-1967
The Story of Ghana
The rise and fall of Kwame Nkrumah
Introduced by BRIAN REDHEAD
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
Why Danny Misses School
Shown on Tuesday
11.35 SCIENCE EXTRA:
Electricity in Atoms?
Introduced by JOHN OSBORNE
Produced by ROBIN GWYN
Repeated on Monday and Thursday of next week
12.0-12.25 FOR SIXTH FORMS
Shown on Monday
Make Yourself at Home
For viewers from
Pakistan and India including
Health and Welfare
Look, Listen, and Speak, Lesson 14
Teacher, Robert Chapman
' Look, Listen. and Speak,' Book 2. In Hindi. Urdu, Bengali, Punjabi and English (the vocabulary in Gujarati is available in leaflet form), and long-playing record with English dialogue and practice sentences to accompany Books 1 and 2 obtainable from booksellers/record dealers. Asian stores, or by post from [address removed]. Book 4s. 6d. (by post 5s. 3d.) (crossed postal order, please, not stamps). Record 1 41s. (by post 42s. 10d.).
A look at two Welsh spas
First shown on
For the very young
BOB BURA and JOHN HARBWICK
Narration, BRIAN CANT
Music, FREDDIE PHILLIPS
Puppets, script, and production,
2.5 SCIENCE SESSION
Let's Make Pop
David SYMONDS , with EDWARD Lee , looks at stages in music-making, from boys and girls learning the guitar to a session with THE PINK FLOYD which makes full use of modern recording techniques.
Produced by MORTON SURGUY Repeated on Thursday
Violence and Society
1: Violence of the Crowd
Shown on Tuesday
For booklet see page 17
A look ahead to some
BBC Further Education series for 1969-70
Introduced by Barry Turner
Producer, ANTHONY CASH
Perhaps you would like to learn a foreign language, improve your maths, or train to be an engineer. The BBC's plans for educational programmes on radio and television in 1969-70 will include these and many other subjects.
In half an hour it is only possible to give you a hint of what will be available, so the producer decided to concentrate on those educational series which are linked with correspondence courses or publications, or additional audio-visual aids, and could be used in various Further Education courses.
Shown at 11.0 a.m. on BBC-2
with Patricia Connor
Today: ' Is it Really True?
A cartoon film series
The underwater adventures of Marine Boy, the Ocean Patrol, and the white dolphin, Splasher
A weekly look at animals with Charles Coles
Liz Jay and David Cabot
Owls for Export
Eagle owls are being bred in this country by Philip Wayre and sent to Sweden to replenish the stocks in the wild.
Pet golden hamsters could become something of a pest.
A new economic resource for the Arctic may emerge from domesticating these curious beasts. Swedish cameraman LArs Aby has filmed Musk-Oxen in Northern Europe and in Canada, where already they are being ranched.
... in action
HUGH Pitt and KEITH HOPKINS
Producer, JOHN SPARKS from the South and West
Created by SERGE DANOT
English version written and told by Eric THOMPSON
Introduced by John Bierman
Jimmy Savile calls ' Eyes Down! ' for a session of the game with Speed!-Knowledge! Wit!-Strategy!
Teams from all over Britain race each other to fill the cards and shout' Bingo! '
MANCHESTER v. WORTHING
Directed by BOB TONER
Produced by CECIL KORER from the North
What's new today for those interested in tomorrow
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 , JULIAN COOPER
Editor, MICHAEL LATHAM
Devised by Colin Morris
Hubbard takes up residence at the Bull; Vivienne and Amelia arrange a shopping expedition; Kerr spills the salt, thereby set. ting in motion an interesting chain of events.
Story by JOHN CRESSWELL
Script by ALAN WHITING
Script editor, Christopher Bond Producer, BILL SELLARS Directed by PHILIP DALE from the Midlands
For cast list see page 53
Wednesday Show Time
Old-Time Music-Hall from the stage of the Famous City Varieties Theatre, Leeds
By arrangement with Stanley and Michael Joseph presenting
KENNY CANTOR , LESLIE SARONY
WALLY BOAG , THE RUWILLS
THE TRIO CHARLY ROSS
Musical director, BERNARD HERRMANN
Produced by BARNEY COLEHAN
There has never been anyone quite like Tessie O'Shea , who makes her first appearance in The Good
Old Days. She is a natural for this show and captures the flavour of the period with a skilfully devised medley of songs.
Now in her fifties, Tessie O'Shea no longer moves the scales to seventeen stone three pounds, and has even jokingly referred to herself as Twiggy O'Shea.
She is on a strict diet, but has to make sure she does not lose too much weight or her image would be damaged.
Tessie has come a long way since she first appeared at the Bristol Hippodrome at the age of ten. Today she divides her time between Britain and America.
On Broadway in 1963 she stopped the show with her performance in Noel Coward 's The Girl Who Came to Dinner.
One critic wrote: ' She lifts the roof off Broadway.' The show won her several awards for the most outstanding performance in musicals on the Broadway stage.
Tessie's talent takes another form. In New Orleans a couple of years ago she played the Nurse in Romeo and Juliet. The Times said she was excellent in the part and continued: It was a bustling, motherly performance overflowing with humanity, and not unexpectedly Miss O'Shea handled the bawdy with vigour and enthusiasm.'
in Marty co-starring
TIM BROOKE-TAYLOR with Roland MacLeod
Boys' Choir of Ealing Grammar School
Choreography by Lionel Blair Written by MARTY FELDMAN and BARRY Toot
Additional material by PAUL McDOWELL and Robin GROVE-WHITE
Designer, Don Taylor
Directed by ROGER Rack First shown on BBC-2
For the second week in succession Marty Feldman is let loose on BBC-1-and the effects are already beginning to show themselves within the framework of our national life!
with Robert Dougall followed by THE WEATHER
by Nigel Kneale
with Clive Revill as Walter Trapnell, Pauline Delany as May Trapnell and Robert Powell as Arkie
A sleepy south-coast town out of season. Walter Trapnell, an elderly wages clerk, is the life and soul of the local pub. Arkie, Scanlan, and Clem are three youths living in a dream world of violence, cowboys, and Batman. They enact a comic strip sequence and Walter Trapnell is very much a victim for real. They snatch his wages, knock him down, badly injure him. They are delighted - except for Arkie. He gradually becomes obsessed by Walter's recovery. He is determined, though not quite sure how, to redeem the damage he has inflicted.
See page 28
Customer in pub:
post that mentions
What matters in the news and out of it with Kenneth Allsop and Michael Barratt
Robert McKenzie , Vincent Kane with on-the-spot reports by Fyfe Robertson , David Lomax Philip Tibenham , Denis Tuohy Linda Blandford
Assistant editor, John Dekker
Editor, ANTHONY SMITH
The recorded highlights of one of tonight's top matches
Television presentation by Alec Weeks