(Crystal Palace, Wenvoe West, Holme Moss , Sutton Coldfield transmitters only) 3: Clociau
The experts discuss clocks
Today's programme for the very young
Weatherman BERT FOORD
Kenneth Williams tells The Founding of Evil Hold School by NIKOLAI TOLSTOY
' About seventy years ago,' the story begins, ' a cruel school-master was born in the jungle. No one knew who his parents were and he was adopted by snakes ..." In case you are beginning to feel sorry for him, you may as well know that he was a revolting baby. As soon as he could think, he resolved on a career of Indescribable Evil. His name was Mr Malcolm Dredge -Strangler, BA, and his ambition was ' The Founding of Evil Hold School.'
Lesson 1: In which we meet Mr Malcolm Dredge-Strangler , BA, and Dr Grimly-Fiendish, French master, and learn about their terrible plans
Highlights from this year's exciting display on the Esplanade of Edinburgh Castle including the Assault Competition : soldiers from the Scottish Division abseil down the castle walls and tackle an assault course; The Royal Canadian ' Mounties '; and the largest military band ever assembled on the Castle Esplanade Television commentary by TOM FLEMING
Presentation by CHARLES CLIFFORD
In part 12 of the film series based on the well-known story of the famous castaway, Friday returns and other unwelcome visitors arrive on the island.
English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
Weatherman BERT FOORD
RONALD ALLISON spotlights events and people making the news around Town
A contest in speed and wits between families from all over the United Kingdom introduced by ROBERT ROBINSON
THE NORMAN FAMILY from Dartford, Kent v
THE THACKER FAMILY from Reading, Berkshire answering questions that test their powers of deduction rather than their general knowledge. The 16 families who will take part in this series were selected from more than 2,000 applicants
Designed by BERNARD LLOYD-JONES Directed by BOB TONER
Produced by CECIL KORER
by Allan Prior
Starring James Ellis, John Slater
with Paul Angelis, Douglas Fielding, Bernard Holley
Tommy Woods has a way with dogs, and a way with women ... there's nothing they wouldn't do for him...
(For cast list see Tuesday, page 32)
Dixon, Stone, Barlow - three TV policemen. Which one do the real coppers love? The answer's on page 6
at Berns Restaurant, Stockholm with The Young Generation
Featuring Lulu, one of Britain's most professional girl singers in a spectacular cabaret at one of Sweden's smartest night-spots...
She is joined by the Young Generation, the live-wire team of boys and girls who made such a big hit in Rolf Harris 's latest series.
As you might expect the Young Generation are very much a team off-stage. A fact demonstrated by the three marriages within the troupe. It also has its drawbacks. A few days before they were due to leave for Sweden one of the boys was in contact with someone who had chicken-pox. The entire crew waited breathlessly for a rash of red spots to break out among the dancers. Luckily, they didn't.
Their high professional standards were really put to the test when they flew to Sweden to record a series of four programmes. They had just two weeks to learn 29 different dance routines - steps and words.
They really do sing the words of the songs and are producing an LP to prove it
Choreography DOUGLAS SQUIRES Orchestra directed by ALYN AINSWORTH and JOHNNY COLEMAN
Script DAVID CUMMING
Lighting DICKIE HIGHAM and STEN MODIGH
Design BIRGITTA MORALES
Associate producer OLLE HELANDER Production STEWART MORRIS
A joint BBCtv/SR production
People, places and problems that matter most to Britain and the world introduced by Robin Day with Panorama reporters
RICHARD KERSHAW , ROBERT MACNEIL JULIAN PETTIFER
Editor BRIAN WENHAM
Reader ROBERT DOUGALL and Weather
Written by Patrick Alexander
Starring Jon Finch, Sarah Brackett
Two apparently respectable businessmen, running an electronics factory, are investigated by a journalist called Simon King. The businessmen turn out to be far from respectable and the journalist, they discover, is not a journalist. Who is Simon King - or rather, what is he?
Series created by:
Sir Charles Cuttle:
Written by Hugh Leonard
Starring Milo O'Shea with Anna Manahan
Bunjy is a top executive with a large firm in the West End of London. He is a bachelor with a luxury flat in Regent's Park, a sleek sports car - and all the freedom to indulge himself in glamorous sin. He is indeed the envy of all his married friends...
A daily look at what matters in the news and out of it
Presented all this week by David Dimbleby with on-the-spot reports by LINDA BLANDFORD , BERNARD FALK
DAVID LOMAX , FYFE ROBERTSON and DENIS TUOHY and special contributions from KEITH KYLE , ROBERT MCKENZIE and OLIVIER TODD including a round-up of the day's news in pictures
Producer of the week
Editor ANTHONY SMITH
What do we make - what will they buy? Spotlight on the export drive : new ideas - new products - new markets
This year's British Musical Instrument Trade Fair attracted many foreign buyers and thousands of pounds worth of orders were taken, but the overwhelming majority of instruments exhibited were imported - many -from the other side of the world '
Only a handful of musical instrument manufacturers are exporting home-made goods in any quantity, but the re-export of French, East German and Japanese products is turning Britain into one of the world's leading distributors of other people's musical equipment Production MARCUS DAVIDSON
John Pearse shows a group of friends how to 'pick' melodies in the style of four famous American folk guitarists. This week it's Sam McGee and ' Single Boy'
Producer, VICTOR poole