Osian Ellis introduces Alan Charles (baritone), Andrew Haigh, Christopher Elton (two pianos)
BBC Welsh Orchestra
(Crystal Palace, Wenvoe West, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield)
For the very young
Westerham Arts Films
A preview of some future television broadcasts for Schools and Colleges. Programmes today and tomorrow are from series for Primary Schools. Series for Secondary Schools will be shown on Thursday and Friday.
1.55 Watch!: My home - the Garden
A series for six-year-olds
Introduced by Rosanne Harvey
2.10 Making Music
For children of ten to eleven years. This programme includes a performance of all the music that children will be taught during the term.
Introduced by Julian Smith with children from Lovelace Junior School, Chessington, Surrey
Presenter (Making Music):
Producer (Making Music):
by Noel Langley
with Kenneth Williams
The Land of Green Ginger is a mysterious, beautiful country that floats from place to place, because of a strange spell. The person chosen to break the spell is Abu Ali, son of Aladdin, but first of all he has to find the Land of Green Ginger. On the way, he has many strange, exciting adventures...
Today: Chapter the First
-which explains how, why, when, and where there was ever any problem in the first place, and how Abu Ali began the search for the Land of Green Ginger.
with Valerie Singleton, John Noakes, Peter Purves
See facing page
by Shaun Sutton
A new serial starts today featuring four boys and a printing press
[Starring] Ian Ellis as Tubby Taylor
See colour feature on centre pages
English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
or would you believe
A new series of comedy films
starring Don Adams as Maxwell Smart the not-so-smart and not-so-secret agent in further exciting adventures-not to mention desperate situations
with Barbara Feldon as Agent 99, Edward Platt as Chief of Control
The whole tooth and... nothing but the tooth!
Chief of Control:
Simon Dee introducing his guests
by Allan Prior
Starring James Ellis, John Slater
Two Scotsmen visit Newtown during the New Year celebrations to seek out an old acquaintance of theirs, a fellow villain who, they believe, helped the police to jail them. When the Newtown police hear that the men have arrived, they prepare themselves for trouble...
(For cast list see page 23)
in which Scott Walker sings his own kind of music
with his guests, Blossom Dearie, Salena Jones
and Peter Knight and his Orchestra
Peter Knight and his
The Year of the Monkey
and Czechoslovakia... Mexico City
Jackie Onassis...'Likely Lady'
The Fosbury Flop, Richard Milhous Nixon
'Hair'... Foot and Mouth... Sir Ivor
British Standard Time
Ronan Point... Cathy Come Home again
Kennedy and King... Black Power
Student Revolt... The Pope and the Pill
Grosvenor Square and Londonderry
The Tet Offensive... Peace Talks
Mayor Richard Daley... Two-Tier Postage
The New Penny... The Old Franc
Jean Claude Killy... Busby's Dream
2001... Apollo.... and all that
Tonight Cliff Michelmore looks back over the year 1968 and invites the opinions of some of the men and women who shaped it
Helen Bowen, Christopher Brasher, George Brown, M.P., Sir Matt Busby, Daniel Cohn-Bendit, Sir Alec Douglas-Home, M.P., Dick Gregory, David Hemery, Graham Hill, Sir David Huddie, Cecil King, Basil D'Oliveira, Enoch Powell, M.P., Sir Alec Rose, Martin Tomkinson, Kenneth Tynan, Helen Vlachos, Lord Watkinson, Fr. Paul Weir, Kamil Winter
and recalls some of the Top Spots of 1968
starring Anne Bancroft, Judi Dench, Julie Driscoll, Marty Feldman, Jane Fonda,
Massiel, Warren Mitchell, Derek Nimmo, Douglas Rain, Cliff Richard, Tommy Steele and Frank SinatraSee page 40
with Richard Baker
followed by The Weather
in concert and on the town with her brother, Silvio Francesco, Ulla and Ulrich Neumann and Nick Castle who is also her choreographer.
Janot Morales Orchestra
A recorded Pallas AG Luxemburg production
(First shown on BBC-2)
Caterina Valente, the international pop, ballad, and beat star, leads an extremely busy life giving concerts in many different parts of the world. She is married to an impresario and they divide their time between their two homes, one in Germany, the other in Switzerland. Caterina's record sales have now reached tremendous proportions, and she has at least a dozen L.P.s to her credit.
The film makers who came to Brighton to film the musical Oh! What A Lovely War-fifty years after the last summer of the Great War.
A report on the six months of filming, from the first day on Brighton pier, to the last day in the ruins of Bayham Abbey
with Richard Attenborough, Len Deighton, Sir Ralph Richardson, Sir John Clements,
Kenneth More, Joe Melia, Maggie Smith, General Sir Douglas Campbell
General Sir Douglas
Is it unlucky to see the new moon through glass? The moon has always been thought to have a powerful influence on the earth, causing not only tides but good luck, bad luck, and even lunacy, according to its phases.
Patrick Moore discusses with Henry Brinton, Bert Foord, weather man and J. P. Hutchinson, a psychiatrist the scientific truths and popular superstitions about the moon's effects on the earth.