10.25-10.45 Twentieth-Century Focus: Who Governs Britain?: Parties and Pressure Groups
Shown on Monday
Repeated on Wednesday
11.18 Going to Work: Building Crafts
11.40 Making Music
Introduced by John Langstaff.
with children from Minet Junior School, Hayes, Middlesex.
Shown last week
12.5-12.25 Mathematics in Action: 10: Statistics and their Distribution
Shown on Monday
Presenter (Making Music):
Producer (Making Music):
Can i'ch diddanu, medd
Bryn Williams, Janice Thomas, Jennifer a Carol gyda Ronnie Williams a fydd bob wythnos yn cyflwyno'r cwmni, a hefyd yn croesawu ymwelydd arbennig i ganu neu chwarae alawon hen a newydd, ysgafn a lion Yr wythnos hon, Michael Raven
Songs for everyone
(First shown on BBC Wales)
(Crystal Palace, Sutton Coldfield, Holme Moss, Wenvoe West)
For the very young
Voices/Script and production:
Puppets and pictures:
Introduced by Bill Trotter.
(Shown last Wednesday)
(Repeated on Thursday and Friday)
with Simon Ward.
A cartoon series from America.
The adventures of a wonder beat group of crime fighters - Coilman, Liquidman, and Multi-man; and Buzz, a boy scientist, and his super-powered monster robot.
Introduced by Jeremy Carrad and John Earle.
How? What? When? Where? Why?
Facts and information which keep you up to date, with what is happening in a world of change and progress.
(From the South and West)
English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
News and views from London and the South-East.
followed by the Weather in the South-East
Tom and Jerry playing cat and mouse in a selection from the world-famous award-winning cartoon films starring Tom the Cat and a far-from-underdog mouse called Jerry.
Jerry and the Lion ...are a roaring success!
Television's own correspondence column
A chance for those who watch television to air their views about the programmes, the issues raised, and anything else for that matter.
In the chair, David Coleman
In the studio, The Correspondents and a statistically selected audience
by John Roddick
With Bernard Holley
Tristan de Vere
For the Deaf
Synopses are now available for these forthcoming plays on BBC-1: for adults, Softly, Softly (December 6, 13, 20, and January 10); Dr. Finlay's Casebook (December 25); and for children, Les Miserables, episodes 7-10 (December 3-24); Dr. Who - 'Dr. Who and the Ice Warriors', episodes 4-6 (December 2-16); 'Dr. Who and the Enemy of the World', episodes 1 and 2 (December 23 and 30); Belle and Sebastian, episodes 10-13 (December 4-24). Write to the R.N.I.D., [address removed]
A season of Britain's great laughter makers.
This week: Too Many Crooks
Starring Terry-Thomas, George Cole, Sidney James, Bernard Bresslaw, Brenda De Banzie
with Vera Day, Joe Melia
See page 33
Produced and directed by:
with Michael Aspel
followed by The Weather
The international singing star presents a new series of programmes live from London.
with her special guest Matt Monro
and accompanied by The Breakaways
The Orchestra leader:
direct from the Royal Albert Hall, London.
An international middleweight contest of ten three-minute rounds featuring the British and Empire Middleweight Champion.
Can Johnny Pritchett, one of Britain's best prospects, preserve his unbeaten professional record and take another step towards a shot at the world title? BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you a ringside view of the whole of the fight with full supporting bouts.
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore.
with Kenneth Allsop, Ian Trethowan, Robert McKenzie, Fyfe Robertson, Julian Pettifer, Michael Barratt, Michael Parkinson, David Lomax, Philip Tibenham.
The Church has always been in the Welfare business. Before the Welfare State the big religious organisations were virtually the only providers for those in need: soup and prayers; second-hand clothing and Christianity. Now the Men of God are having to adapt to changing conditions. The poor and the needy are no longer as much in evidence as they used to be. But the Church of England, the Salvation Army, and many other religious foundations are still as active as ever in social service. What do they find to do? Who are the people unable to gain help from the Welfare State who still need to turn to 'The Men of God'?
The world of the cinema observed by Philip Jenkinson.
A filmed interview with American director Robert Wise, on location in the South of France.
Film sequences include:
Curse of the Cat People (1944), The Body Snatcher (1945), The Set-Up (1949), I Want to Live (1958), Odds Against Tomorrow (1959), West Side Story (1961)
Ten programmes for home dress-makers who want to extend their skill and keep up to date with fashion trends.
A Double-breasted Coat
including a day coat and a theatre coat.
Brian Hoey introduces
Gerald McCann, designer and Ann Ladbury, demonstrator.
Repeated tomorrow, 7.30 p.m. (BBC-2)
11.10-11.35 Headline Challenge: news quiz.
(Oxford, Peterborough, Manningtree, Cambridge)
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