7.5 Plant and Animal Breeding. 7.30 The Earth's History
Weather Barbara EDWARDS
Preview: page 17
The ' live' - and lively - lunchtime magazine programme with the accent on informality returns for its fourth season from the entrance hall of the BBC Broadcasting Centre in Birmingham.
Bob Langley, Donny MacLeod David Seymour Marian Foster and Jan Leeming present the activities, music, personalities and talking-points of the day including New Lives for Old
... the Pebble Mill plan for families of the future.
Editor TERRY DOBSON
Cuthbert's Morning Off
Animation BURA AND HARDWICK (Repeal)
Story: Peter's Chair written and illustrated by EZRA JACK KEATS Presenters
Carol Leader, Stuart McGugan
John Noakes of Blue Peter sails away to The Guernsey Handicap
'It was Bob Fisher who suggested we went to race in the Channel Islands. "Great yachting there," he said - "fresh winds, strong tides, lots of nasty rocks and currents, and after all it's your boat we're taking".'
starring Brian Cant with Toni Arthur , Carol Chell David Wood , Jonathan Cohen Spike Heatley , Alan Rushton
It's the sporting life today for Brian and Co when they join some physical education students at their college in Dartford, Kent.
Director PETER CHARLTON Producer ANN REAY
with Peter Woods ; Weatherman
At the start of a special week of programmes from the BBC's Southampton studios, Nationwide cameras at sea and in the air bring exciting, live coverage of a three-day yacht race across the Channel. Eight 70-foot ketches belonging to the Ocean Youth Club, and representing BBC regions, are competing. Frank Bough reports on the start from the Royal Yacht Squadron at Cowes. Preceded by Your Region Tonight
Director BOB MARSLAND Producer RONALD NEIL Editor JOHN GAU
(Regional details as Tues)
Written by RAYMOND ALLEN starring Designer
Producer MICHAEL MILLS
A series in 16 episodes Solo by LESLIE DUXBURY starring Julie Dawn Cole with Avis Bunnage , Patricia Denys Jo's on her first day alone as a community nurse ... two comparatively simple cases of continuing treatment for injuries. But there's not only the physical side of nursing ...
Adviser CHRISTINE GREEN , SRN, bv Designer DAVID CROZIER Producer RON CRADDOCK
Director CHRISTOPHER BARRY BBC Birmingham
Book (same title), 50p from bookshops
Man in car:
Reporting on the stories that matter and asking the questions that need to be asked.
Introduced by David Dimbleby
The Panorama correspondents at home and abroad are MICHAEL CHARLTON
, MICHAEL COCKERELL RICHARD LINDLEY and TOM MANGOLD
Assistant editor DAVID HARRISON Editor PETER PAGNAMENTA
with Peter Woods ; Weather
A season of films starring the internationally acclaimed British actor.
Tonight also starring
Mary Ure , John Clements with Michael Bryant , Wendy Craig After an Oxford physiologist commits suicide an investigating security officer discovers that the dead man has been experimenting with a technique known as Isolation - suspending a man in a water-tank for hours at a time to deprive him of all sensation of the world outside.
Director BASIL DEARDEN
(Black and white). Films: page 14
Dr Henry Longman:
The last of six programmes in which A. J. P. Taylor talks about the great leaders of the Second World War.
War Lords Anonymous
Japan, uniquely among the great powers of the Second World War, had no War Lord. Even Emperor Hirohito, in theory absolute, always accepted the unanimous recommendations of his Imperial Council. ' It's an extraordinary story,' says A. J. p. TAYLOR. It wasn't that the Generals ruled, it wasn't that the Admirals ruled, or the Ministers -it was the unknown, anonymous assassin who really determined policy.'
A. J. P. Taylor traces the history of Japan in this century. He tells how Japan tried to create its own Empire in Asia. And he explains why the Japanese decided to attack the American Fleet in Pearl Harbour and go to war. ' I fear,' said Admiral Yamamoto, ' that we have only awakened a sleeping giant and his reaction will be terrible.'
Producer EDWARD MiRZOEFr
A. J. P.