Shown on Monday
10.0 SCIENCE SESSION
Shown on Wednesday
10.25-10.45 MATHS TODAY:
Shown on Monday
Repeated on Wednesday of next week
11.0 WATCH !
Shown on Tuesday
11.18 PRIMARY SCHOOL
Shown on Tuesday
11.40-12.0 HISTORY 1917-1967
Shown on Wednesday
Introduced by Bill Wheeler
Tony Giles investigates the reason why one field in three is sprayed incorrectly.
Directed by DAVID SPIRES
Produced by GORDON MOSLEY
Parlour Game: ' I have a word'
First shown on
Canlyniadau'r pledleisio ar agor tafarndai ar y Sul
Sunday Opening Poll
On their way to pick blackberries for Mrs. Pogle, Pippin and Tog learn a ball game.
The American Scene 1968
The Buck Stops Here
The war in Vietnam, the Civil Rights campaign, poverty in the midst of plenty, the rising tide of violence These are just a few of the problems the new President must attempt to solve as a matter of urgency.
Produced by BILL SCOTT
A programme for children under five
Miranda Connell , Brian Cant
' Dark is Wonderful 'by JILL TOMLINSON
with Edward de Souza
True Car Stories
Today: ' Crazy Journey'
with Valerie Singleton, John Noakes, Peter Purves
Katya and the Crocodile
A film from Czechoslovakia
Even the fire brigade is called out when the crocodile becomes stuck in a drain pipe.
Commentary by ANTONY BILBOW
Presented by Peggy Miller
The varied adventures of Hector the Dog and Zaza the Cat not forgetting next-door-neighbour Mrs. Kiki Frog.
Introduced by John Bierman
6.15-6 40 Anyone for Deck Tennis!: a farewell look at the Mner Queen
Elizabeth OXFORD , PETERBOROUGH
6.15-6.40 Black to Mover: the education of immigrant children
Two related problems and double the fun in a comedy film series starring
EVE ARDEN , KAYE BALLARD with Herbert Rudley , Roger C. Carmel
Jerry Fogel , Deborah Walley a The Not-Cold-Enough War
... the atmosphere's pretty chilly just the same!
United Kingdom v. Canada
Top of the Form competes with Canada's Reach for the Top in this international series.
Question-Master, Geoffrey Wheeler
Questions set by BOSWELL TAYLOR Director, PETER MASSEY
Executive producers: BILL WRIGHT (BBC)
SANDY STEWART (CBC)
A joint BBC-CBC production
The Emerald Isles extended a welcome to the travelling students of Transworld Top Team-one might even say a traditional welcome, with coach doors opening and shutting by means of an unseen agency. Obviously the work of the Little People. Numerous other incidents established their presence to the delight of the Canadian team. But for the match itself they were on their best behaviour, and the programme went off without a hitch.
Devised by Colin Morris
The Harkers receive an unpleasant communication; the Pargeters entertain unusual company; Amelia presents Vivienne with a problem.
Story by JOHN CRESSWELL
Script by ALAN WHITING
Script editor, CHRISTOPHER BOND
Producer, BILL SELLARS
Directed by TIMOTHY COMBE from the Midlands
A new look at
Discs-Stars-News from this week's
Introduced tonight by Alan Freeman
Top of the Pops Orchestra
Directed by Johnny Pearson
Produced by JOHNNIE STEWART
An Old Song by ALAN PLATER with Script editor, Arnold Yarrow
Designer, Richard Wilmot
Producer, LEONARD LEWIS
Directed by BEN REA
It's the same the 'ole world over, It's the poor as gets the blame, Its the rich as 'as the pleasure, Ain'it all a bloomin' shame.
Det -Insp Cook:
P/W Det -Sgt Allin:
Det -Con Box:
A C C Gilbert:
Det -Con Morgan:
P C Grange:
with Robert Dougall followed by THE WEATHER
Introduced by Frank Bough ENGLAND v. WALES
Tonight the two countries meet in two major events
RUGBY LEAGUE FROM SALFORD
The first international of the season
Commentator, Eddie Waring
Television presentation by Ray Lakeland
AMATEUR BOXING FROM
The international meeting tonight comes from the home town of ex-world featherweight champion Howard Winstone
Television presentation by Dewi Griffiths
Sam Leitch , Jonathan Martin John McNicholas , Roy Davief
Produced by BOB DUNCAN
Who am I? Where have I come from? I don't seem to fit in anywhere particularly. I know I'm not middle-class, but I don't know where I've come from if I'm working-class. I'm a person, but where do I belong?
Colin Morris talks with Ruth Finney about adoption
With them in the studio are: Miss Jane Rowe
Adviser and Tutor to the Standing Conference of Adoption Societies
Mrs. C. M. Card
Directed by SIMON WADLEIGH
Produced by BRIDGET WINTER
When Lorna was five years old, she and her younger brother, Barry, were sent to an orphanage. Their mother's marriage was breaking up, there were wartime difficulties, and other emotional entanglements. Lorna and Barry were sent for adoption to a family where there was already a daughter. Lorna's attachment to her brother created such difficulties that she was returned to the orphanage and Barry was kept. From there Lorna was sent to another family with three boys, the youngest the same age as she. He used to say 'You aren't really Mummy's little girl. She bought you in the market!'
Nearly twenty years later Lorna, now Ruth Finney, talks with Colin Morris about her life as an adopted child.
A quick look at the news of the day and a longer look at what matters with Kenneth Allsop and Michael Barratt
Ian Trethowan , Robert McKenzie
Editor, ANTHONY WHITBY
by The Rev. R. T. Brooks
Rev. R. T.
Follow Up Your French
A twenty-five-episode thriller by EMILE DE HARVEN
5: Un Homme Mort
A shady hotel and a dingy room-then out goes the light! with Gisele Grimm , Gerard Buhr and Monique Messine , Michel Forain
Devised by Michel Blanc and Ormond Uren
Directed by JOHN PRESCOTT Thomas
Produced by COLIN NEARS
Accompanying pamphlet: see page 17