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: For Schools, Colleges

9.38 Maths Workshop: Stage 1: Dominoes and Routes

10.00 History 1917-71: America gets involved

10.25-10.45 Look and Read: Len and the River Mob: 7

11.00 Watch!: Visiting Australia (Colour)

11.18 Going to Work: Jobs on the Land

11.40 Making Music

12.05 New Horizons: The Population Explosion

Contributors

Narrator (History 1917-71): Brian Redhead
Presenter (New Horizons): John Tusa
Expert (New Horizons): Professor Paul Ehrlich
Expert (New Horizons): Jack Parsons
Expert (New Horizons): Dr George Moreis

: Closedown

: Hen Allorau

Visits to Places of Worship
(English transmitters only: first shown on BBC Wales)

: Interval

: Andy Pandy: 9: Looby Loo has a cold

Today's Watch with Mother

(Colour)

Contributors

Music: Maria Bird

: News

Contributors

Weatherman: Jack Scott

: Closedown

: For Schools, Colleges

2.05-2.25 Television Club: Land of the Rising Sun

2.35 Science Extra: Biology: Understanding behaviour

: Closedown

: Rosla and After: 8: Curriculum: 2

Art and History (from Scotland) and a Schools' Council Project in Geography - developments for early leavers in traditional subject areas.

(Repeated: BBC2, Thurs 6.35. Accompanying sound series R3, Wednesday)

Contributors

Producer: David Allen
Series Producer: Roger Owen

: Interval

: Play School

: Jackanory: Saturday and the Irish Aunt: 2: Ben Tries to Buy a Cow

By Jenifer Wayne
With Sheila Hancock

Contributors

Storyteller: Sheila Hancock
Author: Jenifer Wayne

: Vision On: Machines

An unusual view of things by Tony Hart, Pat Keysell and Ben Benison including The Prof with more ingenious machines by Wilfred Makepeace Lunn, Digger, Cuckoo, Burbles, Humphrey Umbrage and Susanne.

Contributors

Artist/Presenter: Tony Hart
Presenter: Pat Keysell
Performer: Ben Benison
The Prof: David Cleveland [uncredited]
Designer: John Bone
Director: Clive Doig
Producer: Patrick Dowling

: Motor Mouse and It's the Wolf

A series of cartoons with Motor Mouse leading Autocat and villainous Mildew Wolf casting a hungry eye on Lambsy.

: Crystal Tipps and Alistair: 2: Butterfly

Contributors

Producer: Michael Grafton-Robinson

: Nationwide

News and opinions from the country at large including Weather in your area co-ordinated by Michael Barratt and Bob Wellings.

Contributors

Presenter: Michael Barratt
Presenter: Bob Wellings
Reporter: Brian Ash
Reporter: Robert Langley
Reporter: Lynn Lewis
Reporter: Jack Pizzey
Reporter: Joan Shenton
Reporter: Philip Tibenham.
Assistant Editor: Phil Sidey
Editor: Michael Bunce

: Quiz Ball: Home International Final

Sir Stanley Rous, President of FIFA presents the trophies.
Group 1 Winners: N Ireland: Bertie Peacock, Bryan Hamilton (Ipswich), Alex Elder (Stoke City), Phil Coulter
v Group 2 Winners Wales or Scotland.

Contributors

Guest: Sir Stanley Rous
Contestant: Bertie Peacock
Contestant: Bryan Hamilton
Contestant: Alex Elder
Contestant: Phil Coulter
Referee: Stuart Hall
Director: Martin L. Bell
Producer: Mary Evans

: Tomorrow's World

Raymond Baxter reports on the fast-changing world. with James Burke.

Contributors

Presenter: Raymond Baxter
Co-presenter: James Burke
Reporter: William Woollard
Reporter: Michael Rodd
Producer: Brian Johnson
Producer: Richard Collin
Editor: Lawrence Wade

: Hollywood Premiere: Something for a Lonely Man

Starring Dan Blocker and Susan Clark.
The frontier days of the old West. John Killibrew persuades a whole community to build a town in the High Sierras because he is convinced that a new railroad will run through it. But the railroad by-passes the town and the people treat him as an outcast.

Contributors

Director: Don Taylor
John Killibrew: Dan Blocker
Mary Duren: Susan Clark
Sam Batt: John Dehner
Angus Duren: Warren Oates
Pete Duren: Paul Petersen
R J Hoferkamp: Henry Jones
Old Man Walenski: Edgar Buchanan
Eben Duren: Don Stroud

: Nine O'Clock News

Presented by Peter Woods.
Weather

Contributors

Newsreader: Peter Woods

: The British Empire: Echoes of Britannia's Rule: 8: The Challenge

An Imperial story in 13 parts.
Written by Correlli Barnett.

Until the Boer War the British basked in Imperial glory: domination of the seas, world power, world Empire, peace and progress. But there were some who saw dangerous weaknesses; educational, social and industrial development lagged sadly behind the new state of Imperial Germany.
British naval guns missed their target twice in every three shots; the Army was more fitted for fighting ill-armed natives than a modern European foe.
Yet by 1918 the German challenge had been defeated; the British Empire had united and acted as a single, collective power - a super state. But in this moment of triumph, the Empire stood at the turning point of its destiny.
A BBC-tv/Time-Life co-production

Contributors

Writer: Correlli Barnett
Narrator: Robert Hardy
Series Editor: Max Morgan-Witts
Script Editor: Gordon Watkins
Graphics Designer: Colin Cheeseman
Film Cameraman: Geoff Mulligan
Film Editor: Jonathan Gill
Producer: John Bird

: Film 72

Barry Norman previews and reviews the week's new films, and talks to the American actors Charlton Heston and James Stewart.

Contributors

Presenter: Barry Norman
Interviewee: Charlton Heston
Interviewee: James Stewart.
Producer: Iain Johnstone

: 24 Hours

with the latest news in pictures

: Viewpoint: Adventure into Silence

More and more people are seeking the experience of a weekend in silence at an Open Retreat.
Filmed at the Royal Foundation of St Katharine in the East End of London, this Retreat was conducted by Fr Augustine Hoey, CR
(Radio Times People: page 4)

11.40 Weatherman; National and Regional News; Weather (all except London, Wales); Closedown

Contributors

Subject: Fr Augustine Hoey
Producer: Peter Ferres








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