9.38 Exploring Your World: Controlling Sound
(Shown on Monday)
10.0-10.20 History 1917-1967: Bridging the Gap
How can the poorer countries move forward more swiftly, and how best can we help them?
Introduced by Brian Redhead
(Repeated on Thursday)
10.25-10.45 Gwlad a Thref
A series for Welsh Schools
(Welsh Transmitters, Sutton Coldfield, Holme Moss, Wenvoe West)
11.0 Drama: Serjeant Musgrave's Dance: Part 3
by John Arden
(Shown on Tuesday)
11.35 Maths Today: Year 2: 10: Both Ways Round
Introduced by Stewart Gartside
(Shown last week)
12.0-12 25 For Sixth Forms: Topical Programme
(Shown on Monday)
Presenter (History 1917-1967):
Producer (History 1917-1967):
Presenter (Maths Today):
Producer (Maths Today):
Make Yourself at Home
For viewers from India and Pakistan
Health and Welfare
Look, Listen, and Speak: Lesson 17
'Look, Listen, and Speak', Book 2, 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 BBC Publications, [address removed]. Book 4s. 6d. (by post 5s. 3d.) (crossed postal order, please, not stamps). Record 1 41s. (by post 42s. 10d.)
Teacher (Look, Listen, and Speak):
Discs and talents of young people
(First shown on BBC Wales)
(Crystal Palace, Wenvoe West, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield)
For the very young
Puppets, script, and production:
Today's world of pop music involves thousands of people, from those who play in the groups to the assistants in the record shops.
David Symonds introduces three of these people and finds out just what their jobs mean to them.
(Repeated on Thursday)
A programme for children under five
Today's story: "The Happy Owls" by Celestino Piatti
(Shown at 11.0 a.m. on BBC-2)
Author (The Happy Owls):
by Frank Herrmann
With illustrations by George Him
With Dan Meaden
A cartoon film series
The underwater adventures of Marine Boy, the Ocean Patrol, and the white dolphin, Splasher
A weekly look at animals in action, in close-up and in our Lives
with Charles Coles and David Cabot
The Formidable Ant Lion
This insect uses a remarkable method to catch ants.
Animals on Stamps
Natural history stamps are popular among collectors. Do animal designs help to sell them?
Living with Badgers
Most people only manage to see these night mammals reflected in the headlights of cars. Phil Drabble has made a home for badgers in his garden and talks about his enthusiasm for his back-garden brocks.
(from the South and West)
Reporter (Living with Badgers):
English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
John Bierman looks at London and the South-East
Jimmy Savile calls 'Eyes Down!' for a game with Speed!-Knowledge! Wit!-Strategy!
Teams from all over Britain race each other to fill the cards and shout 'Bingo!'
from the North
Tonight sees the first round of the semi-finals. Each team is now not only representing its own hospital, but feels that it also represents the entire North-West against the South-West.
Torbay has won through by outpointing its neighbour, Exeter, and the Northern Irish winners. Manchester has in its turn beaten Liverpool and Worthing, who were the winners of the South-Eastern round.
Viewers will be able to see how highly intelligent hospital staff deliberately give wrong answers in the hope that their colleagues can pick up the points needed for a bingo and the bonus of fifty it carries. As Jimmy Savile says each time: 'It's the gamesmanship that counts.'
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
Caroline goes on a shopping expedition to Cambridge; Kerr finds himself acting as an unwilling host to Turner; Sydney takes Janet for another driving lesson which has disastrous consequences.
From the Midlands
(For cast list see page 55)
The final stage of the new annual Awards presented as a "Fashion Show" show at
The Talk of the Town, London
with Compere, David Jacobs talking to Wendy (Not in Front of the Children) Craig and Robert (Troubleshooters) Hardy who give their personal views
The Principal Awards:
Fashion House of the Year - clothes for the mass market
Fashion Challenge of the Year - clothes for the larger lady
Fashion Innovation of the Year - the cleverest original fashion idea in clothes for women
Barbara Buss, Editor of Woman
Veronica Scott, Fashion Editor
Veronica Horsfield of Harrods
George White, Editor of Drapery and Fashion Weekly
Clive of London
(See page 29)
Devised by (The Stage Show):
Organised by (The Stage Show):
Settings (The Stage Show):
Alyn Ainsworth and his
Written by Marty Feldman and Barry Took
Co-starring John Junkin, Tim Brooke-Taylor
with Roland MacLeod, Mary Miller
(First shown on BBC-2)
with Richard Baker
followed by The Weather
with Derek Godfrey as Law, Harold Pinter as Stott, Kika Markham as Jane
(First shown on BBC-2)
Law, stolid, conventional, perhaps a little dull, sits in his heavily furnished basement flat complacently reading a Persian love manual. There is a ring at the doorbell. Outside stands his old friend Stott, soaking wet and accompanied by a girl, Jane. They have not met for years. Law welcomes him in, gives him a towel and a drink, and invites him to stay the night...
"His best television play to date" (Sunday Times)
The first fight between two of Britain's best-known heavyweights topped the bill last night on Harry Levene's promotion at the Empire Pool and Sports Arena, Wembley. BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you the action in this recorded report
with Kenneth Allsop and Michael Barratt, Robert McKenzie, Vincent Kane
with on-the-spot reports by Fyfe Robertson, David Lomax, Philip Tibenham, Denis Tuohy, Linda Blandford
A series which takes up the cause for people fighting for a fair deal
Magnus Magnusson examines the case of The Disobedient Teacher
For twenty-two years John Kashdan was an art teacher. He was Head of a Department and highly regarded by his students and colleagues.
Now he's out of work-a result of the Guildford Art School sit-in last summer. Should local education authorities be able to terminate contracts for 'disobedience,' with no right of appeal?