9.38 People of Many Lands In the Peloponnese
10.0-10.20 Discovering Science The Structure of the Earth
11.5 Scene: Two-Way Traffic A new play by ALLAN PRIOR
11.35 Engineering: Craft and Sci(2TlC€
Unit 1: Engineering Materials 6 : Heat treatment in practice
Songs of Praise from Wrexham
Weatherman GRAHAM PARKER
A programme for children under 5
MICHAEL BRYANT tells
Flight from the Polar Night by A. RUTGERS VAN DER LOEFF Part 2
Pictures by MINA MARTINEZ and PAUL WRIGHT
Adapted and directed by MARILYN FOX Series producer ANNA HOME
van Der Loeff
Direct from the Kennedy Space Center, Florida, the final stages of the countdown and launch of America's second mission to land men on the Moon.
Introduced by James Burke in the space studio with Michael Charlton at Launch Complex 39
Presented bv the BBC Apollo Unit in association with the European Broadcasting Union, The American Broadcasting Company, and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Director TAM FRY
Producer JOHN MORRELL
Executive producer RICHARD FRANCIS
The Galloping Gourmet
GRAHAM KERR takes a lighthearted look at one of his favourite recipes and cooks it with expertise. This week:
Murray Bridge Chicken
(A series, of programmes made in Canada)
Eighth National Heat Brains of Scotland
ELIZABETH MAIN, housewife AUSTIN bennett, teacher
JIM BRUNTON , social work director ARCHIE CAMPBELL , physician
EDWARD HUNTER-BLAIR , forester BILL RENNIE , journalist Chairman HARVEY HALL
Questions set by JOHN P. WYNN Director IAN SMITH
Producer BILL WRIGITT
A film series of tales from the last frontier of the American West starring James Drury as The Virginian
Ring of Silence
Ryker refuses to turn a callous murderer over to Mexican justice and jeopardises the lives of his innocent companions.
by RICHARD WARING starring
Wendy Craig as Jennifer Corner and Ronald Hines as Henry Corner in A Yap in the Night
A spate of break-ins in the neighbourhood leads Jennifer urgently to consider means of burglar-proofing the house. with Signature music by RONNIE HAZLEHURST Incidental music by DENNIS WILSON Lighting PETER SMEE
Designer PAMELA LAMBOOY Producer GRAEME MUIR
as the pet shop owner:
as Mr Wilkinson:
The stars of the silent comedy screen
Introduced by Michael Bentine from the National Film Theatre, London
10 Tricks of the Trade: The brilliant acrobatic talents of BUSTER KEATON and HARRY LANGDON are combined with some unusual trick camera work in this week's programme, which also includes an early Walt Disney cartoon.
Script MICHAEL BENTINE and RICHARD EVANS
Film consultant RAYMOND ROHAUER
Music composed by MALCOLM MITCHELL Co-producerHENRY HOWARD Producer RICHARD EVANS
A BBCtv production in association with Mitchell Monkhouse Associates and Raymond Rohauer
With KENNETH KENDALL and the BBC's correspondents and reporters around the world and Weather
For the first time, groups of young people - reputedly violently opposed to each other-come together under one roof to talk about themselves, their differences and their common beliefs. Taking part are several hundred skin-heads, hippies, beats, greasers and hell's angels. The object is not to sensationalise. It is an attempt to let them describe in their own way what makes them behave as they do and to attempt to explain their personal reasons for opting out of conventional society.
Introduced by James Mossman
Interviewer Amanda Theunissen and Paddy Feeny
Producer JOHN KING
(from BBC South and West)
On 28 November there will be a discussion in which viewers will give their reactions to some of the points raised during this programme. If you would be interested in taking part please write to: [address removed]
at the Locarno, Glasgow
(organised by Mecca Dancing)
Peter West introduces last year's semi-finalists against their visitors from across the Irish Sea
Scotland West v Northern Ireland
Music Johnny Howard
Comperes Alex Macintosh and Larry McCoubrey
Arranger ERIC MORLEY
Associate producer DOUGLAS HESRI Director REG PERRIN
Series producer PHILIP LEWIS
A daily look at what matters in the news and out of it
Presented all this week by David Dimbleby with the latest news in pictures
Dorothy Lamour with Derek Hart
The sarong-girl who starred with Bob Hope and Bing Crosby in the Road to.... series, Dorothy Lamour is now a formidable American lady opposed to today's ' sex-and-violence ' trends.
' Our pictures were romantic; there was beautiful scenery, the beautiful side of sex, not the ugly part. They were complete escape pictures.'
With extracts from Road to Bali and Road to Hong Kong.
Produced by FRED BURNLEY
Colour comes to BBC1
Will it improve the programmes? Is it worth getting a set? Are people really interested?
Julian Pettifer introduces the new colour service and takes a look at future output.
Maurice Wiggin of the Sunday Times analyses the pros and cons of colour television.
Directed by WILL WYATT produced by IAIN JOHNSTONE
Petula Clark in concert from the Royal Albert Hall, London
Accompanied by JOHNNY HARRIS and THE ORCHESTRA
Pianist and musical associate FRANK OWENS
Sound GRAHAM HAINES Lighting PHIL WARD
Television presentation YVONNE LITTLEWOOD
(Petula Clark appears by arrangement with Robert Paterson and Claude Wolff ) Colour Premiere: page 6