9.38 PEOPLE OF MANY LANDS
The Wind's Resting Place
Shown on Monday
10.0-10.20 MATHS TODAY:
There and Back
Introduced by DAVID STURGESS
Produced by JOHN CAIN and PETER WEISS
Shown last week
Repeated on Monday and Tuesday of next week
The American Scene 1968
The Buck stops Here
Shown on Thursday
CRAFT AND SCIENCE
Unit 1: Engineering Materials
5: Heating and Cooling Shown on Wednesday
Out and about with John Bevan
First shown on
For the very young
Maria Bird brings Andy to play with your small children.
A programme for children under five
Miranda Connell , Brian Cant
' Dark is Beautiful' by JILL TOMLINSON
Pianist. Tom McCall
Graphics. Laurence Henry
Scripted and directed by JOHN LANE Produced by CYNTHIA FELGATE
with Edward de Souza
True Car Stories
Today: .' The Faster They Go '
Script consultant, John Eason Gibson Directed by BRIAN HAWKINS
Producer, ANNA HOME
Introduced by MICHAEL ASPEL with Peter Glaze , Rod McLennan
Christine Holmes. Jillian Comber
Script by BOB BLOCK
Music by BERT HAYES AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Designer, Christine Ruscoe
Director. BRIAN S. JONES
Producer. JOHNNY DOWNES
Rod McLennan Is appearing In 'Sweet Charity ' at the Prince of Wales Theatre. London: Christine Holmes is in ' Charlie Girt ' at the Adelphi Theatre. London: Bert Hayes is at Butlin's Hotels. Cliftonville
with Robert Robinson
A weekly look at criticism and comments from younger viewers f Presented by lain Johnstone Lettersfor inclusion in these programmes should be addressed to: Junior Points of View. BBC Television Centre. London. W.12
A weekly programme by the young for the young in heart
The chief feature of ' How It Is ' is tolerance ... it has original regulars such as John Peel whose attitudes are such as I have despaired of ever seeing so coherently expressed on TV.
THE DARLINGTON NORTHERN ECHO
Angela Huth with Richard Neville , John Peel
Tony Palmer , Ronald Fletcher The Spinners, and guests
Don BENNETTS , TONY STAVEACRE
Produced by TONY PALMER
'This week is our seventeenth edition! ' says producer Tony Palmer. ' Not much, really, but if you could see the pile of abusive letters and complaining telegrams we have had you would think we had been around for years. And when you think of the amazing collection of people we have lured to our tiny studio in just three months you would get the same impression: Simon Dee , Orson Welles , Joe Cocker , Tony Curtis , Cliff Richard , Leonard Bernstein , Lord Snowdon, so on and so on. We are sorry if you get angry with us, but in a way we're glad because we do want you to be involved. It's your programme as much as ours-so keep watching!'
6.0-6.15 Local News and Weather
6.15-6.40 Home Town Radio: a look at the local Radio Stations
Tales from the last frontier of the great American West.
A film series starring James Drury as The Virginian
Returning to a town he left five years ago, Trampas upsets the very delicate arrangement that the townsfolk have with an outlaw gang when he arrests two of the gang for murder.
Marshal Brett Cole:
by RICHARD WARING starring in Echo of the Past and Signature music by RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Incidental music by DENNIS WILSON
Designer. Daphne Shortman
Producer, GRAEME MUIR
Sitting in the window of a restaurant one morning Jennifer sees Henry strolling past deep in conversation with a strange, but very attractive woman. Her fears are temporarily allayed when Henry explains that the mystery lady was a very old friend he happened to bump into. Then she starts to worry about just how friendly the old friendship was ...
A Game of Murder
A thriller in six parts starring
Cast in order of appearance:
Script editor, Roger Parkes Designer, Roy Oxley
Produced by ALAN BROMLY First shown on BBC-2
Det -Insp Jack Kerry:
Det -Insp Ed Royce:
Chief Supt Bromford:
with Robert Dougall followed by THE WEATHER
Where have all the Ghosts Gone? by DAVID CAMPTON starring
Designer, Stanley Morris
Music by RON GRAINER
Producer, GEORGE SPENTON-FOSTER
Directed by WILLIAM SLATER
Megan Norton-Grey , a hard-bitten alcoholic widow, blames her daughter Sally for the death of her husband, who was killed in a car crash when Sally was only seven years old.
Sally is now in her late teens and living in semi-isolation with her mother. Then she meets a young man, Clive, and falls in love with him. Her mother opposes the relationship forcefully, and at times hysterically, but to no avail ...
Diana Dors , making one of her rare acting appearances on television, stars as Megan, and Marty Cruickshank , daughter of Andrew Cruickshank of Dr. Finlay fame, plays Sally. Ray Brooks, who starred in one of the most successful of the last Boy Meets Girl series, The Raging Moon, plays Clive.
A Friday ticket to jive, judge, or just enjoy the new two-part inter-regional competition organised by Mecca Dancing Peter West introduces
First half of SOUTH OF ENGLAND
NORTH OF ENGLAND
Chairman of Judges: Bill Irvine
Jack Hawkins in Portsmouth
Graham Warner in Bradford
Jeremy Carrad. Stuart Hall
Arranger. Eric Morley
Directors. PETER BALE
RAY LAKELAND , REG PERRIN
Producer, PHILIP Lewis
Tonight Come Dancing viewers will see the first half of the North v. South contest in the current competition.
It is interesting to note that in last year's series the North just failed to make the final when they lost on a Chairman's decision in the semi-final, while the South team failed to get into the second round for exactly the same reason.
A quick look at the news of the day and a longer look at what matters
Editor, ANTHONY WHITBY
In ten years at the top, he's interviewed most people ... (well, nearly)
But there are always new questions to ask ... Always new faces to find ... Always new places to go ...
Produced by JOHN MORRELL