Stories about a family of wooden dolls who live on a farm.
Syr Thomas Parry-Williams Frank Price Jones
Yr Athro Melville Richards Robin Gwyndaf Jones
(First shown on BBC Wales)
(Crystal Palace, Sutton Coldfield, Holme Moss, Wenvoe West)
A final selection of programmes from the BBC's future output for Schools and Colleges.
1.45 History 1917-67: The Rise of Hitler
One of twenty documentary programmes covering the major developments in world history during the past fifty years.
Introduced by Brian Redhead.
2.10* Twentieth-Century Focus: Revolution in Technology: New Jobs for Old
Aspects of modern life presented as a contribution to the general studies of Further Education students. This programme shows the impact of computers on people's jobs.
Introduced by Arthur Garratt.
Presenter (History 1917-67):
Producer (History 1917-67/Twentieth-Century Focus):
Presenter (Twentieth-Century Focus):
with John Grant.
Specially written and illustrated for Jackanory by John Grant.
Adapted for TV by Angela Beeching.
Next week: true stories about some unusual women
Adapted for TV by:
Introduced by Roger Whittaker.
with Jack Haig as Mr. Wacky Jacky, Dilys Watling, Larry Parker and Theodore Rabbit.
Guest stars, The Love Affair
Music by the Bert Hayes Octet
(Dilys Watling is in "Fiddler on the Roof" at Her Majesty's Theatre, London; Bert Hayes is at the Butlin's Hotels, Cliftonville)
Mr. Wacky Jacky:
The Bert Hayes
with Robert Robinson
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 Brian Moore
followed by the Weather in the South-East
Customers and connoisseurs explore the world of Antiques with Max Robertson.
from the South and West
from the Papworth Village Settlement near Cambridge.
What would you like to see...? Whom do you want to meet...? Where would you like to go...?
Keith Macklin and Sheila Tracy talk to some of the residents and spring some surprises.
from the North
Lance and Kirsty enjoy an evening out, but rue the consequences. Vivienne meets with some unexpected opposition.
from the Midlands
Sir Russell Pike:
Jimmy Powell and The New
A comedy by Harold Brooke and Kay Bannerman.
Starring Brian Rix, Joan Sims, Derek Farr, Leo Franklyn
Brian Rix, Derek Farr, Leo Franklyn, Anna Dawson, and Bill Treacher are appearing in 'Let Sleeping Wives Lie' at the Garrick Theatre, London; Joan Sims in 'Uproar in the House' at the Whitehall Theatre, London
Clerk of the Court:
Usher to the Court:
Mr. Justice Hadden:
with Richard Baker
followed by The Weather
by Michael Winder
[Starring] Robert Hardy, Geoffrey Keen, Ray Barrett, Philip Latham, Isobel Black, Deborah Stanford
Guest star, Anton Diffring
As Britain reeled under the recent gales Ray Barrett, director Alan Gibson and his crew were anxiously watching the shipping forecasts. They were due to sail aboard an oil tanker to film for tonight's episode. In the event, the gale at sea was a mere force eight. Cold and tough - but not unsuitable. For the action features an approaching hurricane.
It centres around the efforts to save a giant Mogul tanker aground off Florida with a cargo of 100,000 tons of crude oil. Thornton, acting for Stead, wants to bomb the ship, but Stewart has his own reasons for refusing. And he is backed by a swashbuckling salvage expert, played by Anton Diffring, who is seen for once in a sympathetic role through a truly explosive situation.
Series created by:
First Officer Scott:
Sir Peter Gibbon:
A quick look at the news of the day and a longer look at what matters.
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore with Kenneth Allsop and Michael Barratt, Ian Trethowan, Robert McKenzie.
with on-the-spot reports by Fyfe Robertson, Julian Pettifer, David Lomax, Philip Tibenham, Denis Tuohy.
Three films about British families who live and work inside the Common Market.
Graham Symonds, a retired British swimmer from Coventry, is now a senior car designer in Germany. He lives with his wife and three small children in a suburb of Cologne in West Germany.
Several times they've written rude words in huge chalk letters on the pavement outside our house
Written and produced by Tom Savage.
A weekly look at the world of the cinema introduced by Jimmy Greene.
with Margaret Hinxman talking to Stanley Baker whose contribution to British films, as actor and producer, was recently acknowledged by a special award from the Variety Club of Great Britain.
With scenes from his films, including: A Hill in Korea (1956), Blind Date (1960), The Criminal (1960), Zulu (1963), Accident (1967), Robbery (1967).
A weekly report on exports and industry.