9.38 Merry-Go-Round: The Broken Sword: 2: Day of Freedom
(Shown on Monday)
10.0-10.20 Science Session: Electric Light
(Shown on Wednesday)
For the very young
Voices/Script and production:
Puppets and settings:
Mwyn nosweithiau, dyddiau dlddan Hob y Deri Dando
Cymru Idn yw cdn a chytgan. Hob y Deri Dando
Glanville Davies gyda
Mary Hopkin, Aled a Reg
Marilyn Haydn Jones
Derek Boote, Y Deniadau Dail yr Olewydden Cyfarwyddwr, Hywel Williams
Cynhyrchydd, Ruth Price
(Young people and their folk music)
(First shown on BBC Wales)
(Crystal Palace, Sutton Coldfield, Holme Moss, Wenvoe West)
People - Politics - Problems in the news.
(Repeated on Friday)
by Gillian Avery
with Geraldine McEwan
with Valerie Singleton, John Noakes, Peter Purves
A four-part film from Austria.
Because Mario neglects his lessons in favour of ski-ing, he is forbidden to take part in the speed-trials.
Commentary spoken by John Westbrook.
Written and told by Eric Thompson.
Introduced by John Edmunds
and featuring George Villiers
followed by the Weather in the South-East
The problems caused by closing the coal-mines.
(Oxford, Peterborough, Manningtree, Cambridge)
Four young men and their music finding fun in their way-out way.
A film series for the young in heart.
Starring Davy Jones, Peter Tork, Micky Dolenz, Mike Nesmith
With... Your Friendly Neighbourhood Kidnappers - it's a case of snatch as snatch can!
An international series of Top of the Form.
A Joint BBC-ABC production
Question-Master (United Kingdom):
Questions set by:
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Executive Producer (Australia):
Vera has a visitor from Jimmy's school; Vivienne is offered a job; and Amelia finds herself advising Maggie about her domestic troubles.
From the Midlands
A new look at Britain's best-sellers
Discs - Stars - News from this week's Top Twenty
Introduced tonight by Pete Murray
Top of the Pops Orchestra
Directed by Bob Leaper
Top of the Pops
Orchestra directed by:
by Michael Ashe
Starring Edward Chapman, Nicole Maurey, Maurice Kaufmann, Virginia Stride, James Kerry
Joe Champion makes himself a real nuisance when an old-established Spanish firm, Esquer Hermanos, considers placing a large order not only for Champion cloth but also for Edward's designs Stephen sends Edward to Spain to negotiate, but unfortunately Joe decides to go with him. Joe says he's on holiday but he cannot resist interfering. Esquer Hermanos is under new management and Joe is suspicious. He causes so much trouble and embarrassment for Edward that Champions look like losing the contract.
with Richard Baker
followed by The Weather
A report by James Mossman.
Democracy in Germany is only twenty-three years old. How firmly rooted is it? What are the challenges which are now facing it?
Written and directed by James Mossman.
For twenty-three years West Germany has been the most unobtrusive of the major European powers. While her middle class, supported with few qualifications by her working class, has been re-creating and expanding German industrial wealth, her politicians have done their best to avoid international limelight. They have tried to be good Europeans, good allies to the United States and, above all, respectable democrats. At least on the surface.
But now, after years of 'don't rock the boat' consensus, Germany has hit the world headlines again with violent demonstrations by her young university students and small but steady gains at local elections by the highly conservative National Democrats.
To the left-wing students the democratic process which Germany has been operating since the war seems to be a sham because it has given effective unbroken power to a right of centre establishment. Even the Social Democrats, to whom the students owed their original allegiance, got tired of being in the political wilderness and joined the Christian Democrats in a national coalition. This, to the students. was the final betrayal of democracy. They began to take to the streets, claiming in doing so to be the only true opposition in the country.
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore.
His Life and Times and don't you know...
Fragments of an interrupted conversation with the seventy-six-year-old American author.
(Postponed from April 9)
The author of Tropic of Cancer, Tropic of Capricorn, The Air-Conditioned Nightmare, The Colossus of Maroussi (to name only a few books, some of which were banned for many years and only obtainable in Paris) makes one of his rare TV appearances.
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