Secret of the Unicorn
7: Battle of Hudson Manor
Tiger Takes Off
Director HARRY BOOTH
Producer ROY SIMPSON
The story of Jesus told in pictures 2: Follow Me
Storyteller RAY SMITH
Designers PAUL BIRKBECK , GRAHAM MCCALLUM MUSIC RAYMOND PREURU
Adapted for television and produced by HOLLY COX ‡
With BOB LANGLEY, MARIAN FOSTER DAVID SEYMOUR and DONNY MACLEOD and a chat about today's weather With BARBARA EDWAKDS at 1.30
Bagpuss, an old cloth cat, lives in the window of Emily's shop ...
The Life That Lives on Man
Horizon goes on safari to the extraordinary world of the human skin. Fellow travellers are not just the bacteria which are as numerous on your body as people on earth, but demodex, a strange worm-like animal which lives among your eyelashes; the dust mite which lives off the skin we shed; and the head-louse which creeps in a million British scalps. The programme does more than scratch the surface; it shows that our lives depend on this strange ecology on our skins.
Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Editor PETER GOODCHILD
Producer MICHAEL ANDREWS
Where did the great authors of the past live and work? How much was their work affected by the places in which they lived?
To John Arlott ' ... Hardy is the greatest of all English novelists and Jude The Obscure the greatest English novel.' In the third film of this series he visits Hardy's Dorset.
Film cameraman PETER HALL Director DAVID HEYCOCK
The programme that tells the inside stories about police work - and invites the views of the public. Introduced by DAVID SEYMOUR With MIKE DORNAN
Director PHILIP FRANKLIN
Editor BRIAN GIBSON (Birmingham)
Bea Benaderet as Kate Bradley as Uncle Joe Edgar Buchanan as Betty Jo Linda Kaye Bobbie Jo
Lori Saundcrs as Bedloe's Successor
Bedloe is the dreaded railroad boss whose lifelong ambition has always been to bring the Hooter-ville Cannonball to a grinding halt. But when he turns up at the Shady Rest, unemployed and destitute, Kate, softhearted as ever, takes pity on him.
Slip and Slap Start
Building a House
with Bernard Cribbins
The Bread Bin by JOAN AIKEN
The ever-popular Arabel Jones and her pet raven, Mortimer, return in another story to celebrate the 2,000th edition of Jackanory this week. As usual Mortimer creates chaos and havoc in every direction, but emerges from his adventures totally unruffled.
The Bread Bin, 30p, from bookshops
Tony Hart , Pat Keysell
WILFRED MAKEPEACE LIJNN with his extraordinary machinery.
SYLVESTER mccoy as ' Epep ' with THE PROF, DIGGER, BURBLES, etc.
Designer CHRIS ROBILLIARD Director clive DOlG
Producer PATRICK DOWLING
with Richard Whitmore ; Weather
bringing you news and views in your region tonight
(including Regional Weather) Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT FRANK BOUGH , BOB WELLINGS and SUE LAWLEY
Television's big quiz show in which two star teams from show business test their knowledge of 50 years of film comedies, dramas, musicals and westerns.
Chairman Michael Aspel presides over the game in which Michael Parkinson, Jan Sterling, Edmund Purdom challenge Robin Ray, Shirley Anne Field, Charles Gray
James Drury as The Virginian
It's lucky for the lady that her friend of old, the foreman from Shiloh, is at hand even if he has reservations about the reason she is being pursued.
No Strings by CARLA LANE starring
Rita Tushingham and Keith Barron
Derek advertises for a flatmate. When Leonora arrives his tidy bachelor domain is soon disrupted by a feminine touch.
Cast in order of appearance:
Comedy Playhouse signature music by RON GRAINER
Incidental music by KEN JONES Designer DON GILES
Producer ROGER RACE Tush; Tush!: page 5
Man in street:
First girl in flat:
with Kenneth Kendall and Richard Whitmore Weather
The story of Baron Philippe de Rothschild and his extraordinary wine.
The Rothschilds are a legend. They rival royalty in their wealth and history. For generations they have dominated a substantial part of what money can buy - whether it be racehorses or palaces, paintings or vineyards.
Baron Philippe is perhaps the most extraordinary member today-of that most extraordinary family, but he is no eccentric. The grapes he grows in his vineyards at Chateau Mouton near Bordeaux produce some of the finest and most expensive wine in the world.
Narrator PETER JEFFREY
MUSIC CARL DAVIS
Photography DAVID FEIG
Film editor ALAN j. CUMNER-PRICE Producer PETER BATTY
(London only: see Variations)
Barry Norman interviews director Jack Clayton about his film version of The Great Gatsby; Frederic Raphael discusses the problems of adapting novels to the screen; and Sidney Lumet talks about filming the true story of Serpico.
Producer PATRICIA INGRAM
Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy together with NICHOLAS HARMAN
Tom Mangold , Vincent Hanna , Michael Cockerell , Bill Kerr Elliott and David Jessel are the Midweek correspondents.
Deputy editor JOHN GAU Editor PETER PAGNAMEPITA
A Triangular Look at the Bible Tonight Moelwyn Merchant chooses a passage from the Epistles to discuss with William Neil and Marion Giordan
Producer R. T. brooks