9.15 Mathematics in Action: Model Rocket
Introduced by Prof John Crank
9.38-9.58 Maths Today: Year 2: Making it Fit
Introduced by Stewart Gartside
10.25-10.40 Words and Pictures: Part B
Some reading practice.
A series to help 6- and 7-year-olds with reading.
Introduced by Gabriel Woolf
11.0 Watch!: Visiting the Moon
11.18 Going to Work: Jobs for Later On
11.40 Making Music: The Turtle Drum: Part 2
With children from David Livingstone Primary School, Thornton Heath, Surrey Introduced by John Langstaff
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For the very young
Story by Alison Prince.
With Kenneth Gardnier, Stephen Bradley, Michael Forrest, Talfryn Thomas and Powell Jones
A programme for children under 5
by Astrid Lindgren
With Rosemary Leach
Today: Emil hoists Little Ida up the flagpole
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.
('It's time for your condensed milk': page 8)
Featuring the Wacky Races favourite, Dick Dastardly, helped by his companion, Muttley.
The adventures of Hector the Dog, Zaza the Cat, not forgetting next-door-neighbour Mrs Kiki Frog.
The news, features, opinions of the country at large, and Your Region Tonight in particular (including Regional Weather) co-ordinated by Michael Barratt
(Send a friend Nationwide: page 11)
Teams from Scotland, Northern Ireland, South, North, Midlands and the South-West take part in this exciting quarter-final round.
Question-master Geoffrey Wheeler
A season of films displaying the many-sided talents of Peter Sellers
Tonight starring Paula Prentiss, Angela Lansbury
Henry Orient, third-rate concert pianist, and currently in pursuit of the beautiful but married Stella, suddenly acquires two disconcerting schoolgirl fans given to vivid flights of fancy.
This was the third film of director George Roy Hill, who made Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
(This Week's Films: page 11)
Presented by Robert Dougall with the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world
A personal view by Kenneth Clark
'Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive' wrote Wordsworth of the early days of the French Revolution, but the storming of the Bastille led to the Terror, the dictatorship of Napoleon and the 19th-century bureaucracies.
Kenneth Clark traces the progressive disillusionment of the artists of the Romantic Movement through the music of Beethoven, the poetry of Byron, the paintings of Gericault, Turner and Delacroix, and the sculpture of Rodin. 'The 19th century revealed a split in the European mind as great as that which afflicted Christendom in the 16th century, and even more destructive. On the one hand was the new middle class created by the industrial revolution... Sandwiched between a corrupt aristocracy and a brutalised poor it had produced a defensive morality, conventional, complacent, hypocritical. On the other hand were the finer spirits - poets, painters, novelists, who were still heirs of the Romantic Movement, still haunted by disaster.
If ever a man deserves an Oscar for presentation on TV it is Sir Kenneth Clark for the series 'Civilisation.' Every one was a masterpiece. Never a dull moment and every detail explained minutely. (Daily Express)
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With Eleanor Bron, John Fortune
The North Kensington Festival Wind
Arranged and directed by:
Robert Robinson dips into the BBC's mailbag and adds a few comments of his own.
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
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A fortnightly series of programmes for doctors
Followed by Regional News and Weather
(all except London and Wales)