Tog finds a musical instrument and learns what fun it is to blow a tune.
An imaginary conversation between Dr. Michael Hoskin, Cambridge University and Louis Pasteur played by Donald Morley
(Repeated on Wednesday)
First shown on BBC Wales
(Crystal Palace, Wenvoe West, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield)
The opening day of the world's greatest tennis tournament reported for you direct from the All England Club by BBC outside broadcast cameras.
David Coleman introduces Wimbledon 1969 which features the best of the matches on the Centre Court and No.1 Court in The First Round of The Men's Singles
Rod Laver begins the defence of his Open title in today's first match on the Centre Court, and so poses the questions
-can he win yet again at the age of thirty?
-will the strengthened circuit professionals, led by Tony Roche, John Newcombe, Ken Rosewall, and Tom Okker, again dominate the men's event?
-will the tournament produce the same sensational upset results as last year?
The regular Wimbledon commentary team of Dan Maskell, Jack Kramer, Peter West and Bill Knight will provide some of the answers in what promises to be a fascinating Championship
Also on BBC-2 in colour
with Valerie Singleton, John Noakes, Peter Purves
A film series.
A violent storm casts Robinson on to a desert island. He spends his solitude in remembering his youthful escapades in York.
English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
with Michael Aspel
A look at the film world this week - films, in the cinema and on television, film-makers, talking and working, and stars and stories from the film industry
The final transmission of the day including "live" action, highlights of the first round of the Men's Singles, and a review of the news, results, and personalities on the first day's play at the All England Club.
(Match of the Day: BBC-2 at 9.55 p.m.)
6.0-6.15 Local News and Weather
(Rowridge, Brighton, Oxford, Peterborough, Manningtree, Cambridge)
by Richard Waring
Starring Wendy Craig as Jennifer Corner, Ronald Hines as Henry Corner
with Charlotte Mitchell as Mary
The three young Corners have been misbehaving again and Jennifer says that she is going to complain to their father. Henry, however, is a little reluctant to come down too heavily on the children as his birthday is imminent and last year at this time a bout of discipline had resulted in a very 'token' present indeed.
People, places, and problems that matter most to Britain and the world
Introduced by Robin Day
with Panorama reporters Michael Charlton, David Dimbleby, Richard Kershaw, Robert MacNeil, James Mossman, Julian Pettifer
with Robert Dougall
followed by The Weather
by Anthony Read
[Starring] Ray Barrett
Guest stars, Maurice Denham, Saeed Jaffrey, Marne Maitland, Zienia Merton
'I used to think,' says Thornton, 'that once you got to be a real big shot, a director of the company, your problems would be over. Believe me-they're not.'
An important contract can be won in Ceylon. But Mogul's manager there, Henry Burton, does not seem to be trying. Thornton is on his own. He must not only find out why but also take the decisions needed to put things right. Including, if necessary, sacking Burton. His investigations give him an insight into the ways of the country and plenty of surprises-including a powerful astrologer.
Location filming for this episode was shot in Ceylon, where the unit had to dodge a late monsoon. Other local hazards included elephants wandering across the road -not the easiest of animals for a fast car to miss! And the famed dancers of Kandy performed for the cameras at 7.0 a.m., surely the earliest show they have ever given.
This story brings to Mogul, for the first time, guest star Maurice Denham-whose credits in every medium are too many to list here. But for Zienia Merton, who plays the beautiful Liane, even the world of Mogul must seem tame after her last assignment-seducing Gregory Peck in the forthcoming 20th Century-Fox film The Chairman.
Series created by:
with her special guests Nina and Frederik
and the BBC Scottish Radio Orchestra
Conductor, Iain Sutherland
The BBC Scottish Radio
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, Linda Blandford
What do we make - what will they buy?
Spotlight on the export drive: new ideas - new products - new markets
America had its first glimpse of a Rolls Royce car in 1906 when The Hon. Charles Rolls won a five mile race at New York's Empire City Track. From then on the car became almost a legend, not only in the United States but throughout the world. A quarter of all Rolls Royce cars made today are exported to America. But just how 'easy' is it selling an extremely expensive car in a relatively opulent market?
Written by Helena Valenti.
Twenty lessons for beginners in Spanish.
With Jacinta Castillejo, Mari Carmen Nevada, Julio Pena and Carlos Riera
(Repeated next Saturday at 9.30 a.m.)