9.15 Mathematics in Action: Sampling Variables
Introduced by Stewart Gartside
9.38 Maths Workshop: Stage 1: Arrows
Introduced by Michael Holt
10.0 Europe on the Move: Bitelic - the Back of Beyond
How Bitelic, one of the most remote villages in Yugoslavia, is feeling the effect of the country's economic progress.
Commentary by Robert Hewison
10.25-10.45 Twentieth-Century Focus: The Scientist's Responsibility: 3: The Scientist and Life
(Shown on Monday)
11.0 Watch!: Hansel and Gretel
Introduced by Rosanne Harvey
11.18 Going to Work: Assembly Line
(Shown on Monday)
11.40 Making Music
Introduced by John Langstaff
with children from Minet Junior School, Hayes, Middlesex
12.3 History 1917-1967: Revolution in Russia: Lenin's Revolution
The Tsar's regime collapses under the stress of war, and the Bolsheviks seize power.
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Inter-town quiz about Wales
(Crystal Palace, Wenvoe West, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield transmitters only; first shown on BBC Wales)
This series of films for the very young tells how Mary lives with her parents at the top of a tall block of flats in a busy town. Her friends are Mungo, her wise old dog, and Midge, a very inquisitive mouse.
Pictures, animation, and production:
by Harold Brighouse
How to wed on a shoe-string and keep your father out of court.
(Shown on Sunday at 6.15)
A programme for children under 5
(shown at 11.0 am on BBC2)
Sonja Nerdrum tells Norwegian Folk Tales
Today's story: The Twelve Wild Ducks
A cartoon film series
Wacky Races: Dick Dastardly makes another villainous attempt to win.
Space Kidettes: Another space adventure with the Space Kidettes and Captain Skyhook
Pop, Blues, Folk, Whoopee!
Alan Price introduces exciting musical sounds of today with Alan Price and Friends,
Bob Kerr's Whoopee Band and featuring The Moody Blues, Shirley Collins
Alan Price and
Bob Kerr's Whoopee
The adventures of a very young elephant
The facts, the people, the background of the nation's capital
The news, features, opinions of the country at large co-ordinated by Michael Barratt from BBC studios throughout the United Kingdom
by Allan Prior
Starring James Ellis, John Slater
with Paul Angelis, Douglas Fielding and Bernard Holley
A special report introduced by Raymond Baxter with James Burke
A new way to catch murderers... mushrooms like footballs... fish bred without bones for children to eat... high altitude rockets manufactured from old newspapers... the world's first square ship.
The latest remarkable developments in German medicine, science, and technology.
Starring Dusty Springfield
with special guests Frida Boccara, Percy Edwards
and introduced by Valentine Dyall
An entertainer from sheer despair: page 12
An excerpt from the 1969 Show
As always the Blackpool Tower Circus has a truly international bill with artists from Germany, Czechoslovakia, France, Denmark, and from Holland, Europe's most glamorous wild animal trainer presenting Franz Althoff's Royal Tigers.
with Circus Franz Althoff's Danish Tiger Horses and Ponies
The Four Tonys
The Four Castors
Charlie Cairoli and Company
Circus Franz Althoff's Seven Royal Tigers
The Six Ferkos
The Four Bertolas
The Tower Circusettes
Introduced by Geoffrey Wheeler
By arrangement with the Blackpool Tower Company Limited
Circus Franz Althoff's Danish Tiger Horses and
Animal act presented by:
Charlie Cairoli and
Circus Franz Althoff's Seven Royal
Animal act presented by:
The Circus directed by:
Presented for television by:
With Robert Dougall and Weather
Tuesday's documentary asks why should we remember? And, more important still, how many needless accidents does it cause each year? No one knows the real facts about what happened on that first gunpowder night under the House of Commons 350 years ago. But the facts are clear as far as the casualty departments of our hospitals are concerned. Fireworks are an annual hazard which cripple and scar thousands of children.
Millions get pleasure and amusement from firework displays, but we are still one of the few countries left that sell fireworks to children. The law says that they must be over 13 before they can buy - but those badly burned are frequently much younger.
Man Alive last year sent out Harold Williamson as well as Jeanne La Chard and John Percival during the Guy Fawkes celebrations to bring back a disturbing film report about the cost of 5 November. This year the programme is shown again - in time, perhaps, to be a warning.
Introduced by Desmond Wilcox
Introduced by Maxwell Boyd
What kind of man is the new world champion racing driver? Thirty-year-old Scotsman Jackie Stewart won the title at Monza last month with three races still to go. No one had a chance to catch him in the last Grand Prix of the 1969 season in Mexico City last Sunday.
Stirling Mess and Stewart's team manager Ken Tyrell are among the motor sporting personalities who contribute to this profile of Jackie Stewart, with highlights of the big race in Mexico City which confirmed him as world champion.
Cool and calm - even when they tiger: page 17
In these three programmes several hundred young people, including hippies, greasers, skinheads, and hell's angels, have been invited to forget their differences and meet under one roof to tell us about themselves
Talking to them in this first programme James Mossman