For the very young
Roderick the Rat and the Hamster decide to give a party, but first they must put Roderick's house in order.
Introduced by Frank Bough
Championships DAVID COLEMAN , RON PICKERING and NORRIS MCWHIRTER report from the Olympic Stadium in Helsinki on this afternoon's events on the third day of Europe's outstanding athletics occasion including
Men's 400 metres, semi-finals Ladies' 400 metres, Final Ladies' discus, Final
Men's 200 metres, semi-finals
Show Jumping from the All England
Jumping Course, Hiekstead, incorporating the 1971 European junior Championships and featuring today
The Wills Europa Stakes
An international competition for Europe's leading young riders and The W. D. and H. 0. Wills Castella Stakes
Commentators DORIAN WILLIAMS and RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD
Outside broadcast presentation by ALAN MOUNCER
With GEORGE BENSON
The Dribblesome Teapots and Other Incredible Stories by NORMAN HUNTER
The Dragon Who Cheated
Last year PAUL BROOK and VICTORIA moss from Ravenstonedale spent a day with TOM LANCASTER on his hill farm in Westmorland exploring the fascinating world of the shepherd and his dogs, and visited the gypsy horse fair at Appleby.
Producer DAVID TURNBULL
A cartoon series about the adventures of the two crazy comedy stars.
followed by Regional Weather (London only: Nationwide in Colour)
DAVID COLEMAN , RON PICKERING and NORRIS MCWHIRTER report direct from the Olympic Stadium in Helsinki on this evening's outstanding events featuring:
Men's 800 metres, Final Ladies 800 metres, Final
Men's 400 metres hurdles, Final Ladies 400 metres, Final Ladies High Jump, Final
Ladies 200 metres, semi-finals
Ladies 100 metres hurdles, semi-finals
Men's 5,000 metres, heats
Introduced by FRANK BOUGH
Producers JACK OATEN , BRIAN VENNER FRED VINER. Editor ALAN HART
Discs, stars and news from this week's Top Thirty
Introduced by Jimmy Savile TOP OF THE POPS ORCHESTRA
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON PAN'S PEOPLE
Choreography by FLICK COLBY Sound RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN Producer MEL CORNISH
with world-renowned spectacle, thrills, and daring starring the world's greatest clown Oleg Popov
Sixty minutes of outstanding circus featuring some of the greatest acts appearing in the world today, including
Cossacks: DZERASSA TUGANOVA is the only girl in this daring display of superb horsemanship.
Acrobats: SEMYON ARNAUTOV leads a troupe whose beauty and grace belie the dangers.
Happy Bears: ELVINA PODCHERNI-KOVA - five brown bears, one Himalayan bear - and a trapeze! Horizontal Bars: IRINA CHESTUA performs on the horizontal bars with a difference.
Tightrope: VLADIMIR VOLZHANSKY -the ex-engineer whose boredom resulted in one of the world's finest high-wire acts.
Musical director VASILI PETRUS Television presentation
ALAN MOUNCER (The Moscow State Circus is currently appearing at the Empire Pool, Wembley) (Popov the plain clothes clown (p 11)
presented this week by John Edmunds Weather
by DONALD WILSON
A serial in 12 parts starring
John Neville , Susan Hampshire Margaret Tyzack and John Standing
When James II succeeded his brother Charles, Monmouth was the hope of the Protestant rebels. He landed in the West Country but was defeated by John Churchill at Sedgemoor and brought to London a prisoner.
6: The Protestant Wind
Cast in order of appearance:
Lighting RITCHIE RICHARDSON Costumes by JOAN ELLACOTT Designer SPENCER CHAPMAN Producer DONALD WILSON Director DAVID GILES
Duke of Monmouth:
Earl of Danby:
George of Denmark:
Prince of Orange:
Earl of Feversham:
Day and night across Europe on the world's mos'romantic international express. A kind of shock therapy right across Europe - through France, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Komania, Bulgaria and ending the 1,700-mile journey on the buses of Istanbul Central Station.
Nairn leaves Paris on the overnight train to find a nightmare experience in Munich, difficulty with officials in Salzburg and light relief in Vienna. Then into the East European cities of Budapest and Bucharest; finally, wearily into Istanbul Sirkeci Station.
Producer BARRY BEVINS (from Manchester)
Presented all this week by David Dimbleby with the latest news in pictures
Introduced by Lionel Lambourne
In which we meet Mr Kean, the Victorian 'pop idol,' who as Richard III was equally at home in Drury Lane or the Juvenile Theatre.
(all except London and Wales)