10.0 Science Session
10.25-10.45 Maths Workshop: Stage 1
The Numbers We Use
Introduced by MICHAEL HOLT Produced by JOHN CAIN
Animals with Strange Skins - Heavyweights
Weatherman GRAHAM PARKER
Making a Musical
4 : Making a Backing
The Malory Opera Band with the help of the Corporation Choir suggest ways of dressing up a simple accompaniment.
Produced by JOHN ROSIER
A programme for children under 5 Ideas Day Presenters
DIANE DORGAN , RICK JONES
with POLLY ELWES
The Rebels of Journey's End by DIANA FRANCES BELL
Today: Oscar in Action
with Valerie Singleton, John Noakes, Peter Purves
Introduced by Derek Fowlds with Herman's Hermits
The Hermits are just off on a tour of East Africa, and will be playing in places like Dar-es-Salaam, Kampala, Nairobi, and Mombasa -a far cry from the Alps where Peter Noone (Herman) has just spent a winter-sporting holiday.
Script by GEORGE MARTIN
Music by THE BERT HAYES SEXTET Designer DIANA BATES
Producer JOHNNY DOWNES
(Bert Hayes is appearing at the Winter Gardens, Margate)
The facts, the people, the background of the nation's capital
Produced by MICHAEL TOWNSON
The news, features, opinions of the country at large, co-ordinated by Michael Barratt from BBC studios throughout the United Kingdom Assistant editor ROBERT ROWLAND
Editor DERRICK AMOORE
Written by FRANK MOORE starring
John Barrie , Richard Leech with Irene Hamilton
Dr Somers answers an emergency call. Dr Hayman goes to see Michael Wheeler and then has a „ talk with Angela.
Serial created by DONALD BULL Script editor CHRISTOPHER BOND Designer MICHAEL EDWARDS ' Producer bill SELLARS
Directed by JULIA smith t.
Dr John Somers:
First Mrs Ahmad:
Second Mrs Ahmad:
Dr Roger Hayman:
Tom and Jerry playing cat and mouse in a selection from the world-famous award-winning cartoon films starring Tom the cat and a far-from-underdog mouse called Jerry.
A new look at Britain's best-sellers, with discs, stars, and news from this week's Top Thirty Introduced tonight by Tony Blackburn
TOP OF THE POPS ORCHESTRA
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON
Choreography by FLICK COLBY
Sound RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN
Production STANLEY DORFMAN , MEL CORNISH Director BRIAN WHITEHOUSE
Marius Goring with Ann Morrish and Victor Winding
Michael Farnsworth in He's Good For Itby N. J. CRISP Guest stars
David Langton , Clive Swift
When a safe is blown and the job has all the trademarks of a known criminal it seems reasonable for the police to pull in that man for questioning.
Fleming finds himself in this position but in pulling two men in for the crime he seems to forget that he needs concrete information that will pin the crime on them both. With Hardy working for the other side, Fleming gets into deeper and deeper water.
Cast in order of appearance:
Series devised by GERARD GLAISTER and N. J. CRISP Script editor NICK MCCARTY Designer don HOMFRAY
Producer GERARD GLAISTER
Directed by PRUDENCE FITZGERALD
Det Chief Insp Fleming:
Clerk of Court:
with KENNETH KENDALL and the BBC's correspondents and reporters around the world and Weather
features Sir Alf Ramsey's first-ever action profile of his 28-strong World Cup party now in Mexico.
Ramsey on Bobby Moore: 'another Alf Ramsey on the field...'
Ramsey on Nobby Stiles: 'I think he's a funny little man...'
Ramsey on Alan Ball: 'players like to play with him...'
Ramsey on Gordon Banks: 'in my life in football I haven seen a better goal-keeper...'
Ramsey on Francis Lee: 'one of the players who has made the greatest impact on international football...'
England's team manager reveals to David Coleman a frank personality and gives his own tactical analysis of the defending World soccer champions.
3: Oxford- Padua
A series of programmes in which Ian Nairn contrasts the urban civic style of Britain and the Continent.
Oxford and Padua are not only among Europe's most historic centres of learning. They are also part of the booming industrial complex of the new Europe. How far can they reconcile their traditional roles with the pressures of the 1970s?
Director BARRY BEVINS (from Manchester)
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 BERNARD FALK , DAVID LOMAX
TOM MANGOLD , FYFE ROBERTSON and DENIS TUOHY and special contributions from
KEITH KYLE and ROBERT MCKENZIE
A series of personal readings in literature old and new.
4: SEAMUS HEANEY , the young Irish poet, reads and talks about his own work and its background.
Produced by ROGER OWEN