Welsh quiz programme
This week BBC Television outside broadcast cameras will be covering some of the principal races of this famous meeting.
2.30 New Ham Stakes (over 6 furlongs)
3.10 Spillers' Stewards Cup (Handicap: over 6 furlongs)
3.45 Warren Stakes (over 1} miles)
(Goodwood, Ascot and Nijinsky; page 12)
A programme for children under 5
by E. Nesbit
With Margaret Tyzack
A weekly series introduced by Johnny Morris
The World of Animals
In the wild, in the zoo, at home - a magazine of stories about animals constantly illustrating their own kind of magic
A cartoon film series
When Chuck and Nancy discover a magic ring they are launched on a series of exciting adventures in the land of the Arabian Nights. Shazzan, a gigantic and friendly genie, helps them in their search for the owner of the ring
A cartoon series about the adven. tures of the two crazy comedy stars.
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, Derek Waring with Ian Cullen and Bernard Holley
Goss thinks the assailant is lonely and brooding, probably violent. Maybe even a nutcase...
The exciting action sequence was filmed on the M1-M6 linkroad outside Birmingham. The Z Car men were among the first people to drive on it as it wasn't opened officially until last week.
Tom and Jerry playing Cat and Mouse in a selection from the world - famous award-winning cartoon films.
Tonight's film stars Bob Hope, Jane Russell and Roy Rogers
Bob Hope and Jane Russell are joined by Roy Rogers and 'Trigger' in this successful sequel to The Paleface. The result - another classic spoof western. Hope plays a young city dude who goes west to claim an inheritance left by his father, the famous Indian fighter Paleface Potter.
With John Edmunds and Weather
And God said unto them, Be fruitful and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it.
Every year there are 70 million more people on our planet. Which is to say that every three years there is a new United States, not only to be housed and fed, but demanding the right to work, education, and proper medical care. And this in a world where two-thirds of humanity are undernourished.
Is it only somebody else's problem? The population density of England and Wales not only exceeds that of India and China, but even that of industrialised nations like Japan. Along with those other industrialised nations, we consume over 80 per cent of the world's non-renewable natural resources. Scientists are already predicting the exhaustion of some of those resources by the year 2,000, with as yet no guarantee of substitutes.
Are we prepared to allow the poorer nations a larger slice of the cake? And, if we do so with such a large population density ourselves, will we suffer?
"Either the birth-rate must come down, or the death-rate will go up. No one starting a family today, who has interest in the survival and health of their children, will have any more than two." (Professor Paul Ehrlich)
Written and produced by Richard Taylor
(Two children per family: page 8)
The spectacular puissance or 'High jump' test commands a regular place in the schedule of any major horse show: with this week's strong international entry tonight's competition could well reach record heights.
Introduced by David Coleman from The Empire Pool, Wembley
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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 special contributions from Keith Kyle and Robert McKenzie
by Trevor Beeson