9.15 MATHS TODAY:
Shown on Monday
9.38 PRIMARY SCHOOL
Measuring the Earth
Introduced by Jim BOUCHER
Produced by David RosevearE
Repeated on Thursday
Shown on Monday
A Castle (ii)
Introduced by ROSANNE Harvet Produced by HELEN NICOLL Repeated on Thursday
11.18 GOING TO WORK
Shown on Monday
11.40 MAKING MUSIC
Introduced by JULIAN SmitH with children from
Lovelace Junior School, Chessington, Surrey
Produced by JOHN HOSIER
Repeated on Friday (not Wales)
12.5 12.25 MATHEMATICS
Introduced by BENEDICT Nixon
Produced by EDWARD Goldwym
First shown on BBC Walel
Serjeant Musgrave's Dance, Part 3 by JOHN ARDEN
The story of an army serjeant turned pacifist who tries to wage a new war on his own terms.
Designer, Gordon Roland
Produced by MICHAEL Simpson
Trooper of Dragoons:
Officer of Dragoons:
A programme for under fives
Today's story: 'Bod's Apple' by Michael and Joanne Cole.
with Dan Meaden
' The Clever Little Tailor
With pictures by PAUL BirkbecK
A series of adventures set under the Big Top with MICKEY BRADDOCK as Corky
NOAH BEERY as Joey the Clown ROBERT LOWERY as Big Tim Champion GUINN WILLIAMS as Pete the Canvasman
STERLING HOLLOWAY as Elmer Purdy
STANLEY ANDREWS as Sheriff Hicks
J Elmer the Rainmaker
Elmer's belief in himself as an inventor does not have much support from Big Tim and Joey, and the citizens of a drought-ridden township heartily agree with them.
Introduced by Norman Tozer
A topical magazine programme about people, places, events, ideas, and inventions with John Earle
Jeremy Carrad reports on a new device used by the Sussex Police to help catch suspects. A picture of the wanted man is transmitted direct from the control room to the patrol cars. Jeremy finds himself the quarry of a police hunt! Director, COLIN Godman
Producer, LAWRENCE WADE from the South and West
English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
A comedy film series starring
Tabatha's Cranky Spell
... bound to cause trouble!
In which the people who watch the programmes confront the people who make them
Presented by Cliff Michelmore with the help of a statistically selected audience in the studio
Producer, MICHAEL TOWNSON
JAMES ELLIS , JOHN SLATER and DEREK WARING in Welcome to Newtown by JAMES DORAN
Part 2 with Paul Angelis , Douglas Fielding and Bernard Holley
Script editor, P. J. Hammond Designer, Don Brewer
Producer, RICHARD BEYNON
Directed by RODERICK GRAHAM
6.0-6.25 Local News and Weather
P C Newcombe:
P C Bannerman:
P C Quilley:
Det -Sgt Stone:
W P C parkin:
B D girt:
Senior Fire Officer:
and with Billie Whitelaw , Barbara Shelley
Written for the screen and produced by Oscar Brodney
Directed by Robert Day
When a fourteen-month-old baby begins to. talk fluently his father has some difficulty in dealing with the situation, but further hilarious complications develop when Bobbikins becomes an infallible stock-market tipster as well!
Tonight's film is a novel variation on the ' talking mule' or ' talking dog' theme-this time it is a talking baby! Max Bygraves has one of his rare starring roles as the infant's father, and he wrote the words and music of three of the film's four musical numbers: Funny little clown,' ' Bobbikins' lullaby,' and ' Last night I dreamed.'
Sir Jason Crandall:
with Richard Baker followed by THE WEATHER
Your future is being created now - for better or for worse?
Isaac Asimov - Science-fiction writer and biochemist
Dr. Herman Kahn - Director of one of the world's leading 'Think Tanks'
Dr. Grey Walter - Neurologist and science-fiction writer
Dr. William Simon and Dr. John H. Gagnon of the Institute of Sex Research Inc.
Thomas Pauling and Imogen Sutton of Form 2H1, Holland Park Comprehensive School
Science-fiction writers have been trying for decades to prepare us for 2001 and beyond. As more of yesterday's science-fiction comes true, we are forced to believe that some of the far-fetched prophecies being written now will also come true.
Not only science-fiction writers like Isaac Asimov and imaginative film-makers like Stanley Kubrick, but professionals in conclaves called Think Tanks, are now busy on what is becoming big business â€” prediction.
Tonight's documentary presents Interwoven patterns of prophecy from all these sources, plus the reactions and visions of those who must come to terms with the 2001 that prophets predict - the children of today who will have to live In it.
Dr John H.
sings his own kind of music and tonight his guests are
Musical director and arranger, PETER Knight
Design, Roger Liminton
Production, JOHNNIE STEWART
One of Scott's guests tonight Is the classical guitarist John Wil liams. He plays a sonata for guitar by Mateo Albeniz. Also with Scott is the American pop star Gene Pitney who, as well as doing a ballad 'The man who shot Liberty Valance,' will be singing ' Maria Elena ,' his latest recording.
What matters in the news and out of it
Editor, ANTHONY SMITH
An insight into the life of the world-famous Russian pianist Emil Gilels
This Russian film, which includes some unique shots of ' old ' Russia, interpreted through the music of Shostakovich, shows Gilels at work rehearsing, teaching, and performing works of Tchaikovsky, Stravinsky, Chopin and Beethoven.
At fifty-three, Emil Gilels , undisputedly among the world's finest pianists, is at the peak of his long and brilliant career which began at the age of six and progressed so rapidly that he gave his first concert at the age of thirteen. Besides leading a very active life as a virtuoso, touring extensively abroad, he is one of the foremost professors of piano at the Moscow Conservatoire, and in 1962 was awarded the Lenin Prize, the highest honour in Soviet art.
For Final Glory
Richard Holloway is a priest of the Scottish Episcopal Church.
Over the last ten years he has engaged in active protest against slum landlords, corrupt democracy, and the Bomb.
Now, at the age of thirty-five, he is revising his ideas about the social hopes of Christianity.
Is this a personal failure of nerve or a major clue to the danger of selling the Gospel cheap?
Richard Holloway speaks to Hugh Cochrane
Producer, JAMES DEY from Scotland