The First Australians
Shown on Monday
10.0 SCIENCE SESSION
Shown on Wednesday
10.25-10.45 MATHS TODAY:
11: Making It Fit
Shown on Monday
11.0 -11.15 WATCH !
A Fairground: Side Shows Shown on Tuesday
Report on the influence of the aluminium industry in Ravenswood, West Virginia, U.S.A.
First shown on BBC Wales
and THE WEATHER MAN
A Free Hand
Introduced by RONALD LACET With KEITH ALBARN and pupils from
Thomas Bennett School, Crawley Produced by ANDRÉE MOLYNEUX
Repeated on Friday
A programme for children under five
Carole Ward , Johnny Ball
Shown at 12 0 on BBC-2
with Vivian Pickles
Jane's adventures on the Island of Peeg by JONATHAN GATHORNE-HARDY
PART 4: ' Mr Tulip '
with Valerie Singleton, John Noakes, Peter Purves
See page 16
An adventure serial film from Sweden in seven parts
Ludwig tries to buy information and a secret number code is revealed.
Story told by JOHN WESTBROOK
Presented by Peggy Miller
English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
Robert Robinson recalls the month of May 1951 when the Festival of Britain began.
Huw Wheldon who helped to put on the Festival describes it as ' a bash at the prevailing woe and the prevailing dinge.'
Michael Frayn remembers the South Bank Exhibition as ' a box of delights, a pleasure-dome.'
There is film of Festival junketings in Cornwall and the Cotswolds, and Robert Donat stars in the Festival film The Magic Box.
Directed by WILL WYATT
Produced by IAIN JOHNSTONE
Some of the best from one of the best comedy film series starring
DICK VAN DYKE with Mary Tyler Moore
Morey Amsterdam, Rose Marie
There's No Sale
... like wholesale!
Quarter Final 1
The Girls of Romford County High School v.
The Girls of Kirkcaldy High School
Geoffrey Wheeler and John Dunn
Scorer, CLIVE ROSLIN
Questions set by BOSWELL TAYLOR
Outside broadcasts directed by JOHN McGONAGLE and PETER MASSEY
Producer, MARY EVANS
Devised by Colin Morris
The strange young man reveals himself as a friend of Philip's. Langley and Sydney repair their broken friendship. The writer of the anonymous letter is unmasked.
Story by JOHN CRESSWELL
Script by RICHARD HARDY
Script editor, CHRISTOPHER BOND
Producer, BILL SELLARS
Directed by MIKE Bowen from the Midlands
A new look at Britain's best-sellers
Discs-Stars-News from this week's
Introduced by Alan Freeman
Top of the Pops Orchestra
Directed by Johnny Pearson
Produced by Colin CHARMAN
6.0-6.15 Local News and Weather
6.15-6.40 Hulls by Design: a look at multi-hulled yachts
6 0-6.15 Local News and Weather
6.15-6.40 Public Gallery: a monthly focus on Midland politics
ROBERT KEEGAN , JAMES GROUT and HENRY KNOWLES in I Don'Like Him by TERENCE DUDLEY
Party Guests.HAROLD REESE , JOAN MANS Series devised by ALAN PLATER from an initial idea by ALAN PLATER and PHILIP LEVENE
Script editor, Gerry Davis
Designer, Moira Tait
Producer, TERENCE DUDLEY
Directed by LENNIE MAYNE
A desperate woman tells Sarah a dreadful story. The story so shocks Sarah that she embarks on a crusade in defence of a man whose only crime, it would seem, is that he can'swim. Had Henry Jackson been able to swim he could have saved the life of a child, but the Coroner has angrily expressed the view that an attempt should have been made, whether he could swim or not Public reaction was savage, and Jackson is now without a home and a job. What right, asks Sarah, has a Court to make emotional comment or moral judgment?
with Robert Dougall followed by THE WEATHER
INTERNATIONAL SHOW JUMPING from the Piazza di Siena, Rome
Britain's European champion and Olympic medallist David Broome leads the British select team in the Nations' Cup Competition which counts for the President's Trophy and the World Team Championship.
Commentator, Dorian Williams
THE HOME COUNTRIES' SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIPS
Can England, the World champions, resist the challenge of her oldest football rivals-Scotland, Northern Ireland, and Wales-in the next ten days? A preview of the most eagerly awaited British championships which can be seen ' live ' in full on BBC-1 next week.
Editor, SAM LEITCH
Look out for four pages of special features about the Soccer Champion
.Ships in next week's Radio TIME.
The first of a new series
Christopher Brasher interviews some of the men who are trying to revitalise British industry.
1: SIR DENNING PEARSON Chairman of Rolls-Royce
Our image of Rolls-Royce Is stately, majestic, and silent-the makers of the best car in the world. But the famous car is only a small fraction of their vast enterprise. Last year they pulled off a huge export scoop, selling £ 150-million worth of a new hyper-efficient aero engine to power the Lockheed airbus. How did they do it? Why is there no brain-drain from Rolls-Royce? How do they survive in one of the most competitive industries in the world-an industry dominated by the Americans?
Directed by ALEC NISBETT
Produced by CHRISTOPHER BRASHER
See page 28
What matters in the news and out of it with Kenneth Allsop and Michael Barratt
Robert McKenzie , Vincent Kane
Assistant editor, John Dekker
Editor, ANTHONY SMITH
An edited recording of this morning's ceremony in St. Peter's, Rome, when
The Most Rev. Gordon Joseph Gray Archbishop of St. Andrews and Edinburgh first Cardinal in Scotland since the Reformation, was among the thirty-three new Cardinals to receive his ring from Pope Paul
Commentator, Fr. Patrick McEnroe
Presented by the Italian Television Service
Rev. Gordon Joseph
Follow Up Your French
A twenty-five-episode thriller by EMILE DE HARVEN 23: Faites vos Jeux with Monique Messine , Michel Forain Gisele Grimm , Gerard Buhr
Devi-ed by MICHEL BLANC and ORMOND UREN
Directed by JOHN PRESCOTT THOMAS produced by COLIN NEARS
Repeated on Saturday at 10.30 a.m.
For booklet and records see page 16