9.38 Out of the Past
The Boy Pretender
10.0 Look and Read Joe and the Sheep Rustlers Blackmail
10.25-10.45 History 1917-73 Lenin's Revolution
It's Cold Outside
Hibernation: Nature's answer to the energy crisis.
KEN BINGE and JEAN ROGERS make puppet dormice and tell the story of ' The Mouse that Slept' Producer TOM STANIER
11.18 Going to Work
Council Work: work in a library, on road repairs, and in an old people's home. Three very different jobs but all ' council work '. Narrated by NICK ROSS Producer GEOFF WILSON
11.40 Physical Science
12.5 pm A Job Worth Doing? Working with Animals
2.15 Television Club
Song and Dance: Has pop a past? And if so, what has it to do with the charts this week? Presented by ANNE GALE and DAVID FREELAND With MARTIN WINSOR
Director ROSANNA HIBBERT
2.40 Music Time
A series of five programmes by BOB BLOCK
3: Mumford and his colleagues decide to tell their landlord, Mr Meaker , that they are really ghosts. The shock of this lands Mr Meaker in the local hospital where the Rentaghost team offer to provide a conjuring act for the centenary celebrations. As ghosts they find it easy to vanish -but Mumford has some difficulty in becoming visible again!
Designer STANLEY MORRIS
Film director DAVID CRICHTON Studio director JEREMY SWAN
Producer PAUL CIANI. BBC Birmingham
Today's news and views in your corner of England presented by the BBC's regional newsrooms. Then at 6.20 Michael Barratt Frank Bough , Bob Wellings and Dilys Morgan take a look at the scene Nationwide.
Editor JOHN GAU
(Regional details as Monday)
You see them here, you see them there,
Are they in Guildford, Deal or Ware?
Are they in Heaven? Are they in Hell?
In Bognor, Leigh or Camberwell?
Every Tuesday at this time Nationwide's outside broadcast cameras take to the road somewhere in South East England. Tonight they could be in your town, down your street.
Town Guides: Bernard Clark
Dilys Morgan , Bob Wellings
Producer BERNARD WICGINS Editor JOHN GAU
The solve-it-yourself mystery series in the company of Police Inspector Richard Queen of the New York Homicide Bureau in the late 40s with guest stars Joan Collins
Farley Granger , Guy Lombardo
The Adventure of Auld Lang Syne
Ellery Queen, and:
starring Bryan Marshall David Savilc with Andrew Burt , John Lee Special guest Bernard Lee Knight Errant by BEN BASSETT
A lone yacht presents a dilemma and several surprises for Commander Glenn.
Script editor IAN MACKINTOSH Designer CAROL GOLDER Producer JOE WATERS
Director MICHAEL E. BRIANT
Doran's Box by ERIC COLTART with Peter Eyre as Doran
A long-distance lorry driver; a spaceman; a volunteer under reduced environmental conditions; a man in solitary confinement: the discomfort of these people is shared by Doran - when he can't put his finger on the panic button.
Script editor PEDR JAMES
Designer GAVIN DAVIES
Producer DAVID ROSE
Director MATTHEW ROBINSON BBC Birmingham
Packman's Barn, by Alick Rowe
DAVID VINE continues a series about ten popular sports rarely seen on television. 2: Roller Skating with PETER and MARGARET HICKS of the National Skating Association of Great Britain.
Director JOHN RICKWORD
Producer JOHN DOBSON. BBC Bristol
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