9.38 Countdown: Not so much a number ... More a code, says
Dramatised by JOHN TULLY Producer ROY THOMPSON
10.0-10.20 Merry-go-Round Let's Open the Box: 1 presented by RICHARD CARPENTER Producer SUE WEEKS
11.5 A Year's Journey
11.30 New Horizons
The programme with the informal air introduced by BOB LANGLEY. A chance to meet the people and personalities who drop in to talk about ideas, events and interests. Plus Weatherman JACK SCOTT
Editor TERRY DOBSON
How Big are the Planets?
Patrick Moore discusses with Gordon Taylor and Dr David Allen new ways of measuring objects in our solar system.
Director BILL NICHOLSON
Producer PATRICIA OWTRAM
with Cliff Michelmore
A series reporting from home and abroad to help you choose your next holiday.
Hong Kong: The far Far East is being brought closer.
Northumbria: A holiday kingdom of ancient history, castles and medieval junketing.
Producer TOM SAVAGE
with Hannah Gordon
Up the Pier by HELEN CRESSWELL
Carrie had no idea at all, as she made her way up the pier for the first time, that the strangest experience of her life was waiting for her there.
Today: The Gulls
Part 1: Frangois takes the minstrel, Cogolin, into his service and they meet a mysterious lady on the road to Paris.
Story told by JOHN WESTBROOK
Presented by PEGGY MILLER
Francois de Capestang:
bringing you news and views in your region tonight
Presented by Michael Barratt
Frank Bough and Bob Wellings
Reporters BRIAN ASH, BERNARD FALK, JAMES HOGG, SUE LAWLEY, LYNN LEWIS , DAVID LOMAX, CHRISTOPHER RAINBOW, JOHN SWINFIELD,
PHILIP TIBENHAM, MARTIN YOUNG
Editor MICHAEL BUNCE
with Geoffrey Wheeler
In this exciting stage of the competition Northern Ireland and the North of England meet each other in the second match of the Quarter-Final round. Quarter-Final 2:
CHESTER V ARMAGH
Questions set by ROSWELL TAYLOR Director PETER MASSEY Producer BILL WRIGHT
by David Ellis
starring James Ellis, Ian Cullen with Geoffrey Hayes, Alison Steadman
Sergeant Lynch takes an interest in Susan Rawlings - while her husband is in prison...
TV's top reporters close In on the most interesting topics of the day. Alastair Burnet
Michael Charlton , Alan Hart
Richard Kershaw , Richard Lindley Julian Pettifer , Alan Watson
Assistant editor DAVID HARRISON Editor ROBERT ROWLAND
The Academy Award-winning series. Kenneth Haigh, Michael Gough, Keith Buckley in
5 : Find Livingstone by Michael Hastings
Narrated by James Mason
Mohamed Said, Martin Echitemi, Robert Kamau, Dick Sutcliffe
Director Christopher Ralling
Livingstone's Last Journey: Tues R4
Sir Henry Rawlinson:
from The Lyceum, London
(organised by Mecca Promotions) A panel of professional judges has been watching Come Dancing to select the five best teams in the UK who tonight compete for the BBC Formation Challenge Trophy Terry Wogan and Barri Haynes introduce the teams
NINA HUNT gives the expert's view ANDY ROSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Arranged by ERIC MORLEY Director KEN GRIFFIN
Producer BARRIE EDGAR
in Judgment Day
A tale from The Lazy Acre Written by HUGH LEONARD with David Kelly
There is no fool like an old fool - but not even Judge Devoy could be fooled all the time.
Designer TIM GLEESON
Producer JAMES GILBERT
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