A discussion of the problems facing the second generation of immigrant families in Britain.
(from Birmingham) (Shown on Sunday)
Out and about with John Bevan
The Semi-finals of the Ladies' Singles and all the highlights of the ninth day's play direct from the All England Lawn Tennis Club, Wimbledon.
Introduced by Harry Carpenter with news - results - summaries
A preview of the Ladies' Semi-finals by Ann Jones
(On BBC2 from 4.30 pm)
by Joan Aiken
With June Barry
Today: Part 3: Where is the Secret Passage?
A film from Czechoslovakia
The puzzle has caused havoc in the town, and Franta's rivals are determined to get it from him by fair means or foul.
Story told by Peter Bowles
scans the world of technology and adventure with Norman Tozer and reporters John Earle and Jan Leeming
Direct a film for Tom Tom - a challenge met by hundreds of young film-makers all over the country.
Kenneth Loach, who directed Kes, and Anthony Squire, who directed the latest 'Bond' film, decide on the winning film.
(Cut!: see page 14)
Judge (Direct a film for Tom Tom):
Judge (Direct a film for Tom Tom):
The varied adventures of Hector the Dog and Zaza the Cat, not forgetting Mrs Kiki Frog.
The facts, the people, the background of the nation's capital
The final transmission of the day featuring the highlights of the Semi-finals of the Ladies' Singles with expert comment by Dan Maskell and Jack Kramer
Written by Max Marquis
Starring Richard Leech, Justine Lord, Barry Justice
with Margery Mason
Guest star Sam Kydd
Dr. Conrad is consulted by a husband while Dr. McNeal sees his wife. Dr. Hayman sees a patient who turns out to be a football star.
Serial created by:
Dr. Bill Conrad:
Dr. Liz McNeal:
Dr. Roger Hayman:
The exploits of a team of expert and daring undercover agents whose job is to prove that their missions are, in fact, anything but impossible. Led by Peter Graves as Jim Phelps with Martin Landau as Rollin Hand, Greg Morris as Barney, Peter Lupus as Willy, Barbara Bain as Cinnamon
This week: The Cardinal
A skilful operation within tent to deceive.
with Robert Dougall and the BBC's correspondents and reporters around the world and Weather
David Frost in conversation with Peter Ustinov
When the show was transmitted in America earlier this year Variety called it "a landmark in sustained audience mesmerisation... Ustinov's early description of his four and a half years as a British Army private was a masterfully-delivered war story, complete with telling voice caricatures of all participants, and gloriously funny. His mimicry was evident all through the show whether it be his Mexican general, or a flute, bassoon, and cello or an ageing bishop forgetting his speech, or a ham opera singer or a car - all of them great."
Producer for Westinghouse:
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Six true stories of people who survived against all odds
Disaster on a Himalayan expedition. Two men swept a thousand feet to an inaccessible ledge. Two men set out to rescue them. They climbed for five days without food or proper sleep in what must rank as one of the supreme feats in the history of climbing.
The programme reconstructs the story with the help of Lt-Colonel Tony Streather, the leader, and now the sole surviving member of the party.
A co-production with the Australian Broadcasting Commission
(Tragedy at the top of the world: see page 10)
A daily look at what matters in the news and out of it
Presented all this week by Ludovic Kennedy 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
Producer of the Week:
Robert Robinson looks back on a time 'far enough away to be history - near enough still to belong to us.'
The series begins in January 1950. Robert Robinson was at Oxford, editing the University magazine Isis. Robin Day was President of the Oxford Union and Antony Armstrong-Jones was cox of the Cambridge boat-race crew. Recipes in Vogue suggested the use of 'half an egg'; everyone was worried about 'cosh-boys,' and a newsreel commentator referred to the Italian soccer team as 'acrobats from spaghettiland.'
The programme includes film of Britain's ill-fated racing car - the BRM - the top radio show Take It From Here - and the film of the month, The Forsyte Saga, with Errol Flynn as Soames.