For the very young
Maria Bird brings Andy to play with your small children.
Audrey Atterbury and Molly Gibson pull the strings
Gladys Whitred sings the songs
Narrator/Script, music and settings:
Make Yourself at Home
For viewers from Pakistan and India
Look, Listen, and Speak: Revision Course: Lesson 23
From the Midlands
(Shown on Sunday)
'Look, Listen, and Speak' Book 2 (blue cover), printed in Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali, and English, with vocabularies and revision lessons, can be obtained from booksellers, Asian grocery shops, or from BBC Publications [address removed] price 4s. 6d. (by post 5s. 2d.; crossed postal order, please, not stamps).
(Crystal Palace, Sutton Coldfield, Peterborough, Tacolneston, Cambridge, All North Transmitters (except Sandale and Douglas), Kirk O' Shotts, Divis, Londonderry, Wenvoe West, Rowridge)
Teacher (Look, Listen, and Speak):
Stryd Tanrhiw. Tregarth y lie bu dechrau'r daith I
I. B. Griffith
Aeth yn 61 am dro yn ddiweddar, I ymweld a'r hen gartref, i s6n am el fachgendod yno, ac i gwrdd a rhai o'r cymdogion.
Cynhyrchydd, IFOR REES
I. B. Griffith returns to his childhood home in Tregarth.
First shown on BBC Wales
(Crystal Palace, Sutton Coldfield, Holme Moss, Wenvoe West)
with Michael Gaunt
Gerald Durrell tells the story of his animal-collecting expedition in Sierra Leone.
The time has come to make an all-out effort to capture some live Colobus monkeys, but the problem is 'how' in an area where monkeys are usually only caught to kill.
from the South and West
(A revised version of the programme first shown on March 22, 1966)
Two cousins act as under-cover agents in lawless frontier territory.
A film series starring Donald May as Sam Colt
Sam Colt's life is in danger when he gives a well-known outlaw a chance to redeem himself.
A cartoon film series from Hungary.
Peter's little dog causes trouble among the animals.
News and views from London and the South-East
followed by the Weather in the South-East
A Western film series.
A family of five youngsters face the challenge of the new frontiers in the raw and uncompromising Wyoming territory of the 1870s.
The Monroes become involved when hostile Indians search for a missing member of their tribe.
Will airlines regularly fly supersonic over Britain? What are the radiation hazards for Concorde's passengers or crew? Are today's methods of navigation good enough?
Brian Widlake and Peter Stone investigate these and other problems of supersonic transport in "A Skyful of Concorde" and also look beyond into the hypersonic future.
Written by Bill Craig.
Starring Roddy McMillan as Para Handy, John Grieve as Dan Macphail, Walter Carr as Dougie and Alex McAvoy as Sunny Jim
Based on the "Para Handy" characters created by:
by Bill Barron.
Starring Stelio Candelli as Danny Scipio, Neil McCallum as Angelo James
with George Pravda, Paul Stassino
A disused hospital in an area of sickness and poverty involves Danny and Angelo in the running down of the source of a drug-smuggling racket.
Series created by:
Series created by:
Up-to-the-minute coverage of what matters today.
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore with Kenneth Allsop.
Round 24 hours with Ian Trethowan, Robert McKenzie
Round 24,000 miles with Fyfe Robertson, Julian Pettifer, Michael Barratt, Michael Parkinson, David Lomax
Why is it happening? Will it get worse? Will it happen here?
A documentary investigation written and produced by David Wheeler.
The world has 250 million Negroes. Many live in societies dominated by whites, scattered across four continents from the slums of Rio de Janeiro and Harlem to the back streets of Brixton and the townships of Johannesburg. Their attempts to win equality have opened up an era of racial tension, hatred, and violence which may last for generations. This programme examines the origins and implications of what is perhaps the gravest and most intractable issue of our time.
See page 35
Professor Moelwyn Merchant visits St. Ives to question Dame Barbara Hepworth about the faith expressed in her new 'Construction (Crucifixion)' and in the work which has preceded it.
"I very much wanted to make a Crucifixion which enabled one to recognise the figure of Christ on the Cross and the rudimentary forms to the left and to the right, to make spaces where one could enter and to bring one, as it were, to one's knees. But to do it in a way which entirely fitted the development of my own calligraphy and to be at home on a hill-side, or in an old cathedral or in a new cathedral, and to be valid in all respects 2,000 years hence."
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