(from Birmingham: shown on Sunday)
Weatherman BERT FOORD
A programme for children under 5
with CHARLES HYATT
Today: The Magic Pot
Do you want to swim? First you do the breast stroke, then you do the back, and perhaps you try the crawl-Rolf Harris will show how to do them all.
Director DOUGLAS HESPE
Producer MICHAEL GRAFTON-ROBINSON
Clearing up some litter, the Mole finds some chewing-gum and wishes he hadn't.
Film Making with John Craven
Reporter Philip Jenkinson
JOHN CRAVEN gives details of a new children's film competition. He looks back at the first film makers and the fantastic comedies and effects they invented, and forward to film makers of the future with children who have made prizewinning films.
Producer DAVID TURNBULL From Bristol
The adventures of Hector the Dog, Zaza the Cat, not forgetting next-door-neighbour Mrs Kiki the Frog.
The news, features, opinions of the country at large, and Your Region Tonight in particular
(including Regional Weather) co-ordinated by MICHAEL BARRATT
Written by CHRISTOPHER BOND starring
Nigel Stock , Justine Lord with Ann Castle , Robert Brown
Dr Thomas Owens is called by the prosecution in the Thurlow case.
Serial created by DONALD BULL Designer MARGARET PEACOCK Producer BILL SELLARS
Directed by PHILIP DALE From Birmingham
Dr David Owens:
Dr Thomas Owens:
Dr Roger Hayman:
Dr Liz McNeal:
Dr Cheryl Barne:
The 1971 inter-town contest of skill and strength
Colwyn Bay v Blackpool
The winner will represent Great Britain in the Eurovision Competition to be held in Riccione, Italy, on 30 July.
Tonight's programme introduced from Colwyn Bay by David Vine and Eddie Waring Referee ARTHUR ELLIS
Designer STUART FURBER Directed by IAN SMITH
Produced by BARNEY COLEHAN
in The Company of Madmen by CAREY HARRISON with Anna Cropper as Ida and Joseph Furst as Leon Mailer Luhe is thrown in at the deep end when she starts working at a psychiatric clinic. She has to try to bring together a son and his parents who are trying to have him certified as mad.
Music by THE PENTANGLE
Script editor MARK LUSHINGTON Designer DEREK DODD
Producer MICHAEL HAYES
Directed by BARRY DAVIS
Robert Robinson takes a look at May 1951
The Festival of Britain is opened by the King ... The Festival Hall ... Battersea Funfair ... Shin-kicking in the Cotswolds.
Huw Wheldon recalls 'the great days ' of working for the Festival.
Directed by WILL WYATT
Produced by IAIN JOHNSTONE
Presented by Richard Baker Weather
features the Semi-Finals of the Amateur Boxing Association
Championships from the King's Hall, Belle Vue, Manchester
The boxing winners from four area quarter-finals meet in the always-exciting Belle Vue semi-final, stage of the National Championships.
Tonight's winners go through to the ABA finals on 7 May.
Commentator HARRY CARPENTER
Television presentation by RAY LAKELAND
David Coleman introduces the action which matters from home and abroad.
Producer JONATHAN MARTIN Editor SAM LEITCH
A special report by Tom Mangold on the kidnapping and murder of Mrs Muriel McKay
The first detailed film account of how 'V' Division and Scotland Yard broke the case. The detectives themselves re-enact the operation that led to the arrest and conviction of the Hosein brothers.
Taking part: Alick McKay, husband of Muriel McKay; Ian McKay their son; Mrs Elsa Hosein, wife of Arthur Hosein; Peter Brodie, Asst Commissioner (Crime) Scotland Yard; Det Chief Supt Bill Smith, Head of 'V' Division CID; Det-Insp John Minors; and members of Scotland Yard's Flying Squad.
Film cameraman NICK LERA Director JOHN PURDIE
Producer GORDON CARR
(What happened to Muriel McKay?: page 11)
and the latest news in pictures
Avebury to Stonehenge
'... the ghosts of prehistory follow you all the way.'
Written and narrated by René Cutforth
Produced by DAVID SPIRES
(all except London and Wales)