Written by Alison Prince.
A comedy cartoon from the famous U.P.A. Library.
The Fifty-First Dragon ...falls victim to Gwain and his magic sword.
Introduced by David Coleman.
1.55 Target Golf
2.20 Motor Cycling
4.10 Motor Cycling
4.40 Results Service
These timings may be altered by events
Racing from Market Rasen
2.50 2nd Cox-Moore (Sweaters) Handicap Steeplechase
3.25 Col. R. Thompson Memorial Hurdle
4.0 The Legsby Novices' Steeplechase
Motor Cycling from Oulton Park
At 2.20 750 c.c. race
At 4.10 Side-car race
Swimming from Dumfries
Scotland v. Northern Counties
Gymnastics from Tampere, Finland
European Championships for Men. Highlights of the second day of the competition
Target Golf: Dai Rees v. Hugh Boyle
The second match of this series played at John Jacobs Golf Centre, Esher
Results Service: Football results, Racing results, Rugby League and Rugby Union results
Television Presentation (Racing):
Commentator (Motor Cycling):
Television Presentation (Motor Cycling):
Television Presentation (Swimming):
Television Presentation (Gymnastics):
Television Presentation (Target Golf):
with Rosalind Knight.
"Five children and It" by E. Nesbit was a story of five very ordinary children who had very extraordinary adventures. This week Rosalind Knight returns to read another book about the same children, "The Phoenix and the Carpet."
A film serial.
Robinson relates how he came to be involved in the wreck of the Esmeralda.
News and views from London and the South-East.
With Michael Aspel, Richard Baker, Michael Sullivan, Robert Williams.
Followed by the Weather in the South-East
Music and comedy are the themes of this Easter's Walt Disney programme.
Introduced by Leslie Crowther with Peter Glaze and, from Paris, Maurice Chevalier.
With scenes from: Fantasia; Bambi; Follow Me Boys; In Search Of The Castaways; Monkeys, Go Home!; Wind In The Willows; The Gnome-mobile; Peter Pan; Song Of The South
Films by courtesy of Walt Disney Productions
See page 21
Produced for TV by:
by Colin Morris.
Starring James Ellis
with Stephen Yardley
Presenting A Special Gala Show from the world's largest Touring Circus.
The Singing Ringmaster Operatic Star David Hughes introduces:
Tom-toms and totem-poles witch-doctor and fire-eater
and The Great Mohawk Troupe
Quick-fire acrobatics on horseback in full Red Indian war-paint.
Louise and her Canine Revue with clown Whimsical Walker
Czechoslovakian State Circus Stars
Gwyn Owen comes direct from Prague but hails from Wales and attempts his unique spinning heel-hold on the high trapeze.
Czech-Stealers on One-Wheelers
The Valia-Bertini Troup
The Sealions of Teddy Lorent
Balancing wizards from California with their own 'pop' group.
Mexico's great flying trapeze stars The Five Ibarras.
Throughout the show
The Irrepressible Don Saunders appears as clown, quick-change artist. Impressionist, musical eccentric but always as Master of Mime.
(Billy Smart's Touring Circus is appearing at Cardiff)
See page 20
The Great Mohawk
Louise and her Canine
The Sealions of Teddy
The Smart Brothers (Ronnie, David, and Billy
Written by Johnny Speight.
A Bank Holiday Knees-up with the Garnett family.
Starring Warren Mitchell as Alf, Dandy Nichols as Else, Anthony Booth as Mike, Una Stubbs as Rita
and their special mates Ray Barrett, Dermot Kelly, Kenny Lynch, Arthur Mullard,
Joan Sims, Will Stampe, Jimmy Tarbuck, Rita Webb with Cleo Sylvestre, Charlie Bird, Fred McNaughton, Sid Lucas, Geoff Thompson
See page 19
by Eve Martell.
[Starring] Robert Hardy, Geoffrey Keen and Ray Barrett
with Deborah Stanford, Virginia Wetherell
also starring Stephanie Bidmead
An Easter tragedy forces Alec Stewart to choose between his personal life and Mogul.
Series created by:
Clerk of the Course:
Old-Time Music-Hall from the stage of the Famous City Varieties Theatre, Leeds.
(By arrangement with Stanley and Michael Joseph)
Presenting Ray Alan and Lord Charles, Jack Douglas and Jack Haig (assisted by Peter Vernon) Rogana, Stella Moray (with Denis Martin and Brian Blades), Ravic and Babs
Chairman, Leonard Sachs
(Jack Douglas is appearing in "Cinderella" at the London Palladium; Peter Vernon in "Way Out in Piccadilly" at the Prince of Wales Theatre, London)
See page 20
With the music of Joe Loss and his Orchestra.
Peter West introduces
The Grand Finals and Semi-Final of the Amateur Modern Championships
The best twelve couples from nearly 200 entrants dance the waltz, tango, foxtrot, and quickstep.
and The Grand Finals of the Professional Latin-American Championships
Twelve of the world's top dancers in the exciting rumba, samba, cha-cha, and paso doble.
The Humphrey's School of Dancing presents
The Broadway Quickstep, Tango Victoria, Idaho Foxtrot and Woodside Waltz
Four couples trained by Cecil Ruault in a demonstration of the latest form of sequence dancing.
(Organised by Mecca Dancing in association with Ovaltine)
Television presentation direct from the Lyceum, London by Mary David
Joe Loss and his
The Humphrey's School of
Dancers trained by:
Salt water covers seventy per cent of the earth's surface; a gigantic challenge to our curiosity and scientific skill.
Tides once a day; tides twice a day; tides two feet high; tides fifty feet high. Every tide is different and our best 'predictions' are still basically guess-work.
Peter Stone introduces the third of four programmes
with Dr. J.R. Rossiter, Tidal Institute and Observatory, University of Liverpool.
(First shown on BBC-2)
(Last programme in this series: Thursday evening)
Dr. J. R.