CRAFT AND SCIENCE
Unit 4: Metal Cutting
4: A Closer Look
Shown on Monday
Repeated on Friday (not Scottish) For booklet see page 22
9.38 EXPLORING YOUR
Shown on Monday
10.0-10.20 HISTORY 1917-1967
Gandhi and the struggle to end British rule over India.
Introduced by BRIAN REDHEAD Produced by JOHN RADCLIFFE
Repeated on Thursday
WELSH TRANSMITTERS, SUTTON COLDFIELD HOLME MOSS , WENVOE WEST
10 25-10.45 Dysgu Cymraeg : a series for Welsh Schools
The Widowing of Mrs. Holroyd by D. H. LAWRENCE
Shown on Tuesday
11.35 MATHS TODAY:
7: Making a Connection
Introduced by STEWART GARTSIDE
Produced by JOHN CAIN
Shown last week
12.0-12.25 FOR SIXTH FORMS
Creation of the Empire
Shown on Monday
Make Yourself at Home
For viewers from
Pakistan and India including
Health and Welfare
Look, Listen, and Speak
Teacher, Robert Chapman
I Look, Listen, and Speak' Book 1, In Hindi. Urdu, Bengali. Punjabi and English (the vocabulary in Gujarati Is available In leaflet form), and long-playing record with English dialogue and practice sentences to accompany Books 1 and 2 obtainable from booksellers/record dealers. Asian stores, or by post from [address removed]. Book 4s. 6d. (by post 5s. 3d.) (crossed postal order, please, not stamps). Record 1 41s. (by post 42s. 10d.).
Out and about with John Bevan
First shown on BBC Wales
For the very young
A film series of the adventures of Hammy and his friends.
Roderick the Rat teaches the Hamster how to fish and is rather surprised by his friend's catch.
Commentary spoken by Johnny Morris.
2.5 SCIENCE SESSION
FRANK Bough explains how the ear helps in the control of balance and why this control is important in sports and games.
Produced by MICHAEL COYLB
Repeated on Thursday
1: What About the Workers?
Shown on Tuesday
For booklet see page 22
A programme for children under five
Miranda Connell , Lionel Morton
' The Birdcatcher ' by JOANNE COLE
Shown at 11.0 a.m. on BBC-2
with Samira Kirollos
Egyptian Folk Tales
' The Story of the Four Good Magicians'
A new cartoon film series
Marine Boy is the son of Professor Mariner, the leader of the Ocean Patrol, whose job it is to look after the under-sea world which is being developed and exploited by man.
Marine Boy's exciting adventures with villains and deep-sea monsters are shared by his friends, Splasher, a white dolphin, and Neptina, the mermaid. In his fight to keep the oceans of the world safe, he has an armoury of scientific aids to help him. One of these is oxy-gum, which he chews to help him stay under water without needing oxygen to breathe.
In today's story Marine Boy faces the menace of a mysterious giant statue which rises from the ocean bed.
A weekly look at animals in action, in close-up, and in our lives with Charles Coles
Jill Dawe and Liz Jay featuring:
Siamese Fighting Fish in action
Back Garden Foxes
More foxes are making their homes in towns and cities each year. What is so appealing about city life?
Living with Cranes Chris Marler has a large collection of these birds and talks about his enthusiasm for them.
Largest Turtle in the World
Jan Lindblad films a giant leather-backed turtle laying its eggs by moonlight.
KEITH HOPKINS, HUGH Pitt
Producer, JOHN SPARKS from the South and West
English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
Introduced by John Bierman
Jimmy Savile calls ' Eyes Down!' for a session of the game with Speed!-Knowledge! Wit!-Strategy!
Teams from all over Britain race each other to fill the cards and shout 'Bingo! '
CARDIFF v. WREXHAM
Directed by BOB TONER
Produced by CECIL KORER from the North
What's new today for those interested in tomorrow
Introduced by Raymond Baxter
Discoveries ... Developments ... Trends
A weekly look at the world's fast-changing scientific, medical, and technological scene.
Devised by Colin Morris
The Coopers discover some information useful to Bert Harker ; Turner tries to get a decision about Chapman; the Kerrs celebrate an anniversary.
Story by JOHN CRESSWELL
Script by ALAN WHITING
Script editor, Christopher Bond
Producer, BILL SELLARS
Directed by PHILIP DALE from the Midlands
by PAULINE DEVANEY and Edwin Apps starring and * The Bishop Takes a Holiday featuring and with
Brian Lloyd and Peter Blair-Stewart
The Methodists have been poaching Anglican congregations. The Bishop decides to fight fire with fire.
Music composed and conducted by STANLEY MYERS
Designer, Richard Wilmot
Producer, JOHN HOWARD DAVIES
Robertson Hare is appearing In ' Oh Clarence - at the Lyric Theatre: Derek Nimmo In ' Charlie Girl • at the Adelphl Theatre. London
The Rev Mervyn Noot:
CILLA BLACK with her guest stars
* IAN CARMICHAEL
UNA STUBBS and special guest from Franc*
The Irving Davies Dancers Choreography, IRVING DAVIES Vocal backing,
Musical direction and special arrangements, RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Additional musical arrangements. Mike Vickers and featuring her
Birthday and Anniversary requests with the BBC Roving Eye unit somewhere in Great Britain Directed by VERNON LAWRENCE Special music and lyrics, Ronnie Taylor
Design, Roger Ford
Production. Michael HURLL
with Richard Baker followed by THE WEATHER
From Garmisch Partenkirchen, West Germany featuring
THE PAIRS CHAMPIONSHIP
The world's most famous skaters
Oleg Protopopov and Ljudmila Belousova tonight face fierce competition for their European title, especially from another Russian pair
TamaraMoskvinaand Alexei Mishin who last month defeated the Protopopovs for the championship of the U.S.S.R.
Commentator, Alan Weeks
Presented by the German Television Service
What matters in the news and out of it with Kenneth Allsop and Michael Barratt
Robert McKenzie , Vincent Kane with on-the-spot reports by Fyfe Robertson , David Lomax Philip Tibenham , Denis Tuohy
Assistant editor, John Dekker
Editor, Derrick AMOORE
A new series of programmes in which dominating issues of our time are discussed by prominent figures in academic life with members of British Universities
2: Morals and Modern Medicine
Robin Day introduces a discussion between
Dr. Henry Miller ,F.R.C.P.
University of Newcastle upon Tyne and Geoffrey Spencer
M.B., B.S., F.F.A.R.C.S.
Head of the Intensive Therapy Unit, St. Thomas Hospital and a specially invited audience of members of teaching hospitals of London University
Director, KEITH CLEMENT
Producer, MARGARET DOUGLAS
A whole new range of medical techniques is emerging, making it increasingly possible to prolong human life. But when is it justifiable and desirable to use these methods? What should be the social and economic priorities? Who should apply them? The techniques present society with a series of ethical problems.
Dr. Miller, as Director of the B.M.A.'s Planning Unit, has recently produced a widely publicised report on the place of organ transplantation in the future. Dr. Spencer, as head of the largest intensive care unit in Britain, is concerned with how society should deploy the enormous resources that these modern forms of therapy can consume.