Engineering: Craft and Science
Unit 2: Working from Drawings 2: Different views
Introduced by D. r. C. HOLMES Produced by NAT TAYLOR
9.38 Maths Today: Year 1 Getting Together
Introduced by DAVID STURGESS Produced by JOHN CAIN and PETER WEISS
10.0 History 1917-1967 The Cold War
Introduced by BRIAN REDHEAD Produced by JOHN RADCLIFFE 1
10.25 10.45 Dysgu Cymraeg
A series for Welsh schools
(all transmitters except Scotland ana Northern Ireland)
11.0 Drama: Macbeth by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE : Part 3 I
11.35 A Year's Journey Iron Age Village
Introduced by ERIC SIMMS Produced by v. R. ELWELL
12.0 New Horizons: Men and Gods Art for Worship
In the cathedrals of Durham and Wells can be seen together the barbaric patterns of the Celts, the balance and humanism of Graeco-Roman Christianity, and the grotesques of Gothic art. Written and narrated by DR JOHN BROADBENT
Produced by MICHAEL GILL
D. R. C.
Make Yourself at Home
A programme for viewers from Pakistan and India (from BBC Midlands)
Discs and talents of young people
(all transmitters except Scotland, Northern Ireland and BBC Wales)
For the very young
Weatherman JACK SCOTT
2.5 Science Session
Children as Individuals
Although all children follow the same broad pattern of development, there are many individual differences. These differences are due to both heredity and environment.
Commentary by TIM GUDGIN Produced by morion SURGUY
2.30 20th-century Focus Marriage and Divorce 1: Why Marry?
What are young people's attitudes to pre-marital sex? How do unmarried mothers cope with parenthood alone? Does marriage have the same appeal to the young today as in the past?
Introduced by MICHAEL ASPEL with PROFESSOR O. R. MCGREGOR Produced by JOHN MILLER
A programme for children under 5
WENDY WOOD tells Border Stories The Bannock of Tollishill
A film from Switzerland
Part 1: Heidi helps Peter with his lessons and, in return, he shows her the hut which he has made in the mountains.
Story told by GARY WATSON
Presented by PEGGY MILLER
introduced by Norman Tozer with Jan Leeming
JOHN EARLE takes a train to Europe's highest railway station, 11,000 feet up inside the Jungfrau mountain
PATRICK MOORE looks at recent events in Space and looks forward to Space in the Seventies plus a special competition to keep you busy in the Christmas holidays doing Instant Art
Produced by LAWRENCE WADE (from BBC South and West)
The varied adventures of Hector the Dog and Zaza the Cat, not forgetting Mrs Kiki Frog
co-ordinated by Michael Barratt Reporters ROBERT LANGLEY LYN LEWIS , JACK PIZZEY PHILIP TIBENHAM
Editor DERRICK AMOORE
Written by Fay Weldon
Starring John Barrie, Richard Leech, Justine Lord, Paul Massie with Irene Hamilton
Bill Conrad, a young registrar at Princes Hospital, has clashed with Liz over her decision to send Nigel Beckett to him. After contracting German measles, Edna Gilmore has been asked by Liz to decide whether she wants to keep her unborn baby.
Storyline and serial created by:
Dr Liz McNeal:
Dr John Somers:
Dr Roger Hayman:
starring Peter Sellers
Tonight's film in this comedy season also stars Nadia Gray, Herbert Lom, Leo McKern
This story of a mild-mannered schoolteacher who enters the world of big business and develops a taste for wealth and power, provides Peter Sellers with an exciting role, previously made famous by John Barrymore, Louis Jouvet, and Fernandel.
Sellers seizes his opportunities in this version made in Britain in 1961, which was also his debut as a director.
Based on the play by:
With ROBERT DOUGALL and the BBC's correspondents and reporters around the world and Weather
on behalf of The Labour Party
by Leon Whiteson
With Frank Finlay as Albert, Nicola Pagett as Mary, T.P. McKenna as Joe Katz and Anthony Corlan as Alec
A liner from South Africa is the setting for this powerful three-cornered drama. Alec, a student architect from Cape Town, and his coloured girl-friend, Mary, are leaving for the bigger world of London.
Sharing a cabin with Alec is Albert, a strange and magnetic Austrian. While Alec is an innocent, Albert has experienced everything.
He is played by Frank Finlay, whose most recent BBCtv appearance was as Brutus in Julius Caesar, and who has recently filmed Cromwell and The Molly Maguires.
A daily look at what matters in the news and out of it
Presented all this week by Kenneth Allsop with the latest news in pictures and with on-the-spot reports by LINDA BLANDFORD , BERNARD FALK DAVID LOMAX , FYFE ROBERTSON and DENIS TUOHY and special contributions from
KEITH KYLE and ROBERT MCKENZlB
Producer of the week JOHN DEKKER Editor ANTHONY SMITH
talks to Derek Hart
Rebecca West is distinguished as a novelist and as a journalist and in this conversation she talks about both disciplines and about her motives.
' People are so very odd and amusing and strange: they say such marvellous things, and they say such revealing things which are sometimes terrible in their evil and sometimes wonderful in their goodness. And if you are a writer you have to make sure that you haven'got caught inside your books ... you have to go back to what people are saying.'
Director JANE GRAHAM