9.38 Science Session
The Sound Scene: the science of radio and how programmes actually get on the air.
Introduced by LAURIE JOHN Producer MIKE HARRISON
10.0 Look and Read
The Boy from Space (7) 1
10.25-10.45 Let's Look at Wales Lower Swansea Valley
Presented by DEREK BOOTH Producer R. DILWYN JONES (For Schools in Wales)
11.0 Music Time
The Handicapped Child I
2.30 Cheltenham Steeplechase Stakes (Handicap) with fl,000 added to a sweepstakes (over 3 miles, 1 furlong and a few yards)
3.0 W. D. and H. 0. Wills Premier Steeplechase (Qualifier) with £1,000 added to a sweepstakes (over 21 miles)
3.30 Cowley Novices' Hurdle - a plate of £500 (over 3 miles and a few yards)
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN and JULIAN WILSON
Interviewer PETER BROMLEY
Presented for TV by BARRIE EDGAR
ARTHUR NEGUS introduces one of the finest collections in the world of pipes and smoking paraphernalia. HUGH SCULLY visits the collection Of ANTHONY IRVING.
Director PAUL SMITH
Producer JOHN KING (from Bristol)
News Extra by ROY BROWN with Joe Melia and children from the ANNA SCHER
CHILDREN'S THEATRE in Islington Today: A Day by the Sea (part 2)
Director MARILYN FOX
Executive producer ANNA home
(Michael Allport and Jennifer appear by permission of The Raymond Revue bar, London)
A kind of experience dreamed up by Michael Bentine featuring The Pottys
The Working Model of the Week Yesterday's World and Is This Your LifeJ
Music by THE BERT BAYES QUARTER Special effects RON OATES Producer JOHNNY DOWNES
with Look North, South Today
Look East, Midlands Today Points West and Spotlight South West bringing you news and views in your region tonight
(including Regional Weather) Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT
FRANK BOUGH and BOB WELLlNGS
(Regional details as Monday)
A new Western series Stewart Granger as Colonel Mackenzie James Drury as The Virginian Doug McClure as Trampas Lee Majors as Roy Tate The Mysterious Mr Tate
What the colonel sees from a train causes him to force the driver to make an unscheduled stop. Later he is to wonder if it was wise.
Colonel MacKenzie James
by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT starring
John Le Mesurier and Clive Dunn featuring
JOHN LAURIE as Pte Frazer JAMES BECK as Pte Walker
ARNOLD RIDLEY as Pte Godfrey IAN LAVENDER as Pte Pike If the Cap Fits ...
One way to deal with a grumbler is to let him take over - so Mainwaring tries it with Frazer.
Designer PAUL JOEL
Producer DAVID CROFT
Major General Menzies:
William Conrad stars as private investigator Frank Cannon , a big man who walks alone in a dangerous world Scream of Silence
A small boy is kidnapped. He manages to escape, but the shock of his ordeal has caused temporary loss of speech. The kidnappers know that when the child can talk he will identify them. They must move fast-to silence him for good.
Producer ALAN A. ARMER
Leading United Kingdom and Continental modern dancing professionals compete for the top European award at the Hammersmith Palais to the music of THE KEN MACKINTOSH ORCHESTRA Cabaret
The Rocking Berries
Compère Terry Wogan with expert comment by Peter Eggleton
Organisation by The Ballroom Dancer's Federation Television presentation by DOUGLAS HKSPE and DON SAYER
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