An invitation to learn French
With Max Bellancourt
A beginners' course in German.
Introduced by Leslie Banks
Bert Foord looks at the weekend weather
Searching for the lost Cannonball, Casey helps to capture a dangerous gang.
with Edna Purviance, Ben Jamison
Charlie falls for the farmer's daughter and gallantly rescues her from a band of robbers,
Introduced by Frank Bough
BBC outside broadcast colour cameras bring you 4 1/2 hours of top-class sport, featuring the Rugby League European Champions Cup; Racing from Cheltenham, including the day's top steeplechase, the Mackeson Gold Cup; International Gymnastics; and Motor Racing from Thruxton
SAM LEITCH introduces Grandstand's up-to-the-minute football preview, featuring the action and personalities in the news in today's League games and First Round FA Cup ties.
1.15 The Coventry Handicap Steeplechase (3 miles 1 furlong)
2.20 The Mackeson Gold Cup Handicap Steeplechase (about 2 miles and a half)
2.55 The November Handicap Steeplechase (2 miles)
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN and CLIVE GRAHAM
TV presentation by BARRIE EDGAR
The Grandstand Colour Trophy Meeting featuring the W. D. and H. 0. Wills Formula 3 Trophy, and the Osram/G.E.C. Trophy Race for Saloon Cars.
Commentator at Thruxton MURRAY WALKER
Special guest commentator GRAHAM HILL
TV presentation by BRIAN JOHNSON
The European International Trophy Meeting: a special invitation event at Fairfield Hall, Croydon, featuring the men's and women's individual champions from ten European countries. Commentator ALAN WEEKS
TV presentation by ALAN MOUNCER
for the Wills Trophy
Leeds (champions of England) v Perpignan (champions of France) BBC outside broadcast colour cameras bring you the whole of Rugby League's first European Cup Final.
Commentator at Headingley EDDIE WARING
TV presentation by RAY LAKELAND
Times are subject to alteration in order to keep up to date. Latest football scores, racing results. and news are given throughout the afternoon, and the Teleprinter service is at 4.40*
Grandstand presented for television by BRIAN VENNER
Edited by ALAN HART
A treacherous attack obliterates the outpost on Planet Cestus Three and the USS Enterprise hurtles in hot pursuit of a mysterious alien vessel, only to be halted by an incredible occurrence.
The fantastic contest which follows is to try the strength and skill of Captain Kirk to the utmost, but it is not only these attributes which are on trial.
Weatherman BERT FOORD
introduces his guests
Musical director MAX HARRIS Script JOE STEEPLES Designer RAY PRICE Director JAMES MOIR
Producer RICHARD DREWETT
starring Jack Warner
The Brimstone Man by GERALD KELSEY
Dock Green Police find themselves in an unusual environment following an incident involving one of the students at a girls' teacher training college.
(Peter Byrne is in ' There's a Girl in my Soup' at the Comedy Theatre)
Series created by:
Appearing with Harry are Lulu, Arthur Askey
Julian Orchard , Jonathan James
Written by JIMMY GRAFTON and STAN MARS Orchestra directed by MALCOLM LOCKYER Sound ALAN EDMONDS
Lighting RICHARD HIGHAM
Design by CHRIS THOMPSON Produced by TERRY HUGHES
(' Six-note falsetto giggle ': page 22)
Tonight's programme, the first in a new season of feature films with action, spectacle, and excitement, stars Stewart Granger, Deborah Kerr, James Mason with Louis Calhern, Jane Greer, Lewis Stone, Robert Douglas.
Stewart Granger plays a dual role in this, the third version of Anthony Hope's famous story about an Englishman whose striking resemblance to Ruritania's ruler involves him in a plot against the throne.
A game of cat-and-mouse with the treacherous Rupert of Hentzau - played with relish by James Mason - culminates in some spectacular sword-play; whilst Princess Flavia (Deborah Kerr ) is caught in a romantic dilemma between the King and the handsome impostor.
King Rudolf V:
Rupert of Hentzau:
Antoinette de Mauban:
with RICHARD BAKER and Weather
David Coleman hosts BBC1's first Match of the Day colour coverage direct from one of the Football League's most colourful stadiums. Coleman moves from his match commentary position to the club's trophy-laden boardroom to introduce Soccer's most popular television hour.
Personality interviews and the Saturday-night Soccer Newsdesk.
Also highlights of a second match involving a prominent club in the South-East.
(Today's matches are announced at the end of Grandstand)
Each week: 25,000 tons of newsprint; 50 hours of news bulletins
One man, Bernard Braden and his team
John Pitman , Esther Rantzen take a look at some of the things that happened-and some of the things that didn't.
Musical memory of the week:
Donald Peers 'In a Shady Nook' (1947)
Children of the week: Harold Williamson Song of the week: Alex Glasgow
Designer DON GILES
Director SIMON WADLEIGH Producer ADAM CLAPHAM
Edited by DESMOND WILCOX and BILL MORTON