Today's Watch with Mother
Weatherman JACK SCOTT
with MILO O'SHEA
My Friend Mr Leakey by J. B. S. HALDANE
Today: Journey to India
J. B. S.
with Norman Tozer
Some of my Best Friends are Horses
The making of a big Hollywood western as seen through the eyes of one of the cast -a horse.
An NET production
fights for Freedom
2: Ondra and Sulik set out to make their way through enemy country to the head-quarters of the great General Zizka
Written by MICHAEL BOND Director IVOR WOOD
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Boom, Bang a Bang as Guns, Drummers and Musicians of THE ROYAL ARTILLERY SOUnd as One with ' The Voice of the Guns '
THE MASSED BANDS, PIPES, BUGLES AND CORPS OF DRUMS OF THE
ARMY AND ROYAL AIR FORCE in musical manoeuvres culminating in the Finale from ' Music for the Royal Fireworks ' Tattoo staged by MAJOR AUBREY JACKMAN , MBE Musical director
CAPTAIN DESMOND WALKER Director of Music, HM Welsh Guards
Introduced by BRIAN MATTHEW
Producer KEN GRIFFIN †
Peter Graves as Jim Phelps with Leonard Nimoy as Paris Greg Morris as Barney Peter Lupus as Willy
This week: The Hostage
Paris plays his part too well and is taken prisoner for his pains.
A gala programme that brings together the best in Scottish show business for a special performance at His Majesty's Theatre, Aberdeen.
Moira Anderson The Comes Rikki Fulton The
Karlins Jimmy Logan
Kenneth McKell Lena Martell Jack Milroy Chic Murray Jimmy Shand Ian Wallace
SHOTTS AND DYKEHEAD PIPE BAND Pipe-Major TOM MCALLISTER THE DANCERS
Dance director BRUCE MCCLURE and the BBC SCOTTISH RADIO ORCHESTRA leader IAN TYRE conductor IAIN SUTHERLAND
Musical arrangements NICKY WELSH Lighting ALAN HENDERSON Sound IAN DUNN
Designer JIM LONGMUIR
Producer IAIN MACFADYEN From BBC Scotland
(Moira Anderson is appearing at the Winter Gardens. Bournemouth: Kenneth McKellar in ' Holiday Star Time ' at the ABC, Blackpool)
presented this week by Richard Baker with the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather
STEPTOE AND SON: Come Dancing
by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson
starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H. Corbett as Harold
with Tony Melody
HARRY H. CORBETT'S CINEMA
In conversation with Michael Aspel Harry H. Corbett talks about his career and about his life with and without Steptoe. He also chooses scenes from some of his favourite films including a famous sword fight by Basil Rathbone, and a scene from one of Walt Disney's most successful True Life Adventures.
Dancing Sequences Arranged by:
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Incidental Music by:
Theme Music by:
Action highlights from one of the leading ties in the second round of the Football League Cup. Commentator BARRY DAVIES
TV presentation by JOHN MCGONAGLE
The Football League Cup attracted 2,038,809 spectators last season. Spurs are the holders. Two goals from their leading scorer, Martin Chivers , beat Aston Villa in the final before 97,000 spectators.
Editor SAM LEITCH
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