Written by Michael Bond.
Weatherman BERT FOORD
at the All England
Hickstead, featuring today
The Wills Parcours de Chasse and The Wills Embassy Stakes
Two contrasting competitions provide the entertainment from Hickstead today: the Parcours de Chasse - a speed competition which uses to the full the banks, ditches and other feature obstacles which are so much a part of the Hickstead scene; and the Embassy Stakes, a Fault and Out International Competition for a first prize of f200, in which competitors are credited with the number of fences jumped clear and then retired immediately a fault is incurred-all the equal first being required to jump one normal jump-off against the clock. Commentators DORIAN WILLIAMS and RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD Introduced by DAVID VINE
Presented for TV by ALAN MOUNCER and FRED VINER
A programme for children under 5
With HARRY FOWLER Mortimer Also by JO RICE
Today: The Truth is Told
Pictures by DAVID KNIGHT
Adapted for television and directed by ANGELA BEECHING
Series producer ANNA HOME
A cartoon series
The underwater adventures of Marine Boy, the Ocean Patrol and the white dolphin, Splasher
Half an hour of lunacy and laughter starring Ryan Davies and Ronnie Williams with Myfanwy Talog , Bryn Williams and Margaret Williams
Script by RYAN DAVIES and RONNIE WILLIAMS Musical director BENNY LITCHFIELD Designer MICHAEL WRIGHT
Producer DAVID RICHARDS
People, places, and events in the news round town
Editor ROGER ECCLESTONE
by Robert Holmes
starring Jon Pertwee with Caroline John and Nicholas Courtney
UNIT soldiers find a meteorite - with disastrous consequences. Ransome investigates the Plastics Factory and makes a strange and horrible discovery.
Brigadier Lethbridge Stewart:
Sandie Shaw joins 300 children in rousing uninhibited singing of songs they want to sing - aided and abetted by The Scaffold
THE NORTHERN DANCE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by BERNARD HERRMANN
Producer NICK HUNTER (from Manchester)
A film series starring
James Drury as The Virginian The Storm Gate
Trampas is highly delighted to discover an old friend living like a lord and is tempted to join him, but it is not only his loyalty to Shiloh that causes him to hesitate.
starring Mike Yarwood featuring Adrienne Posta and guest star Peter Noone With GORDON PETERS
Script by ERIC DAVIDSON
Musical director ALAN BRADEN Designer KENNETH SHARP Producer DAVID O'CLEE
presented by Kenneth Kendall Weather
3: How to be Unemployed With Dignity
Introduced by James Burke and David Dimbleby
If you lost your job would you know
- how to claim the dole?
- how much money you would get? - how many weeks it would last? - what happens when it runs out? If you are already unemployed you will know all the answers-and a lot more besides.
Unemployed executives and workers find common ground when they say they lose their pride, their self-esteem, and even the respect of family and friends.
Unemployed workers and executives together with the experts who guide the decisions that affect them, explore the unexpected pitfalls for the man without a job.
JOHN MANSFIELD , BRIAN VENNER
Executive producer MICHAEL LATHAM
Presented by David Dimbleby with the latest news in pictures
talking to Richard Attenborough and members of the National Film Theatre about his 50 years in films, as actor-writer-composer-director. Introducing scenes from Cavalcade (1933).
' I'll always love the theatre a little better ... I'd rather play a bad matinee at Hull - incidentally I've never played a good matinee - than just do a movie.' Bitter Sweet (1941)
' The play that gave me the most pleasure to do.'
In Which We Serve (1942)
' It was really David Lean who directed the picture. I took the actors aside occasionally. But it was Lord Mountbatten who arranged everything.'
Brief Encounter (1946)
' I've always preferred suggestion rather than flat statement.' The Italian Job (1969)
' This, dear boys, is the beginning of the Noel Coward renaissance.'
Producer TONY STAVEACRE
(A lifetime of scene-stealing: page 9)
(all except London and Wales)