9.38 Mathematics Around You: 1: Sorting
(Shown on Monday)
10.0-10.20 Television Club: Think Twice
(Shown on Tuesday)
10.25-10.45 Dysgu Cymraeg
A series for Welsh Schools.
(Welsh Transmitters, Sutton Coldfield, Holme Moss, Wenvoe West)
For the very young
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
Peter Hawkins speaks the voices
Maria Bird writes the songs and music
People - Politics - Problems
(Shown on Thursday)
11.35-11.55 A Year's Journey: Home of the Vikings
(Shown on Tuesday)
Pynciau'r dydd yng Nghymru.
Today: Welsh topical magazine.
(Crystal Palace, Sutton Coldfield, Holme Moss, Wenvoe West)
(Shown on Wednesday)
Semi-final matches direct from the West Hants Lawn Tennis Club, Bournemouth.
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by C.S. Lewis
"The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe" was adapted for television by Marilyn Fox.
With Marian Diamond
Joe Brown attempts to run his own television station.
With the help of The Barron Knights, Johnny Stewart, Dilys Watling
This week's guests: Manfred Mann, The Singing Postman
(Joe Brown is appearing in "Charlie Girl" at the Adelphi Theatre, London; Bert Hayes at Butlin's Hotels, Cliftonville)
The Singing Postman [Allan
The Bert Hayes
with Sarah Ward
A weekly look at criticism and comments from younger viewers.
Letters for inclusion in these programmes should be addressed to: Junior Points of View, [address removed]
News and views from London and the South-East
featuring George Villiers
with Michael De Morgan, Michael Sullivan, Robert Williams
Followed by the Weather in the South-East
A contest in which boys and girls show their enterprise as the scientists and technologists of the future.
Paddy Feeny introduces the three teams:
Diss Girls Modern School - The science of puddles
Norfolk County G.S., Wymondham - Seeding in river spoil
City of Norwich School - Owl pellets
Their work is assessed by: Professor Eric Laithwaite, Professor William Kershaw, Dr. John Carthy, under the chairmanship of Dr. Tom Margerison, Science Editor, Sunday Times
With Peter Scott
'Expo 67', Canada's international exhibition which opens today in Montreal, has as its theme Man and his World. But one part of Canada, almost one-third of the entire country, is still virtually untouched by man. Tonight's programme looks at this vast area which lies north of latitude 66Â° and within the Arctic circle.
From the West
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Presented for television by:
Vivienne shoulders more responsibility; Arnold meets an old friend; justice is seen to be done.
From the Midlands
Clerk of the Court:
Starring Roy Hudd
with Doug Fisher, Marcia Ashton
Stories of a railroad and the man who runs it in the exciting and dangerous pioneering days of the old West.
A new film series starring Dale Robertson as Ben Calhoun
with Gary Collins as Dave Tarrant and Bob Random as Barnabas Rogers
The Dynamite Drive ...becomes a race against time to save the railroad.
with Derek Hart
Three hundred thousand people live in caravans, often on sites where the living conditions are inadequate. They have little of the protection given to those in flats and houses. Are they, as some of them claim, second-class citizens, in the grip of 'rural Rachmans'?
Thirty-three finalists compete for this title in a contest of Beauty, Elegance, and Charm at the Lyceum Ballroom, London.
Guest artist, Dennis Lotis
Music by Joe Loss and his Orchestra
Presentations by Eylure Limited
Organised by Mecca Dancing and arranged by Eric Morley
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Joe Loss and his
Master of Ceremonies:
Directed for television by:
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore with Kenneth Allsop.
A look at the films showing on BBC-tv and the new releases in the cinema with Philip Jenkinson.
Panic in the Streets
Elia Kazan's realistic account of New Orleans menaced by bubonic plague, starring Richard Widmark and Paul Douglas.
A taut, imaginative thriller about a psychopathic man who baffles the police with a series of motiveless crimes, with Arthur Franz and Marie Windsor.
It Happened One Night
A scatter-brained society girl and a cynical newspaper reporter play mixed doubles on a cross - country bus, starring Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert.
An original screwball that began a new trend in film-making, with Olsen and Johnson.
The contemporary scene in the South and West of England.
On the programme's tenth anniversary, Patrick Moore describes the enormous advances made in astronomical studies during the space-decade since April 1957. He shows highlights from past programmes, including the first photographs of the far side of the moon in 1959 and the solar eclipse tracked across Europe in 1961.
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