Today's Watch with Mother
Julia is riding Boris, her favourite horse, near some caves.
D.D. and his friends are on the trail once more and anything can happen.
Introduced by David Vine
with Eddie Gorton of the ASA
English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
Welsh comedy series
(English transmitters only)
Devised and produced by:
Devised and produced by:
Introduced by Jack Knights
Introduced by Duncan Carse
Michael Canney explores the Solway Firth; Geoffrey Weaver visits the home of Eric Ennion, the wildlife artist; plus the work of Dr Peter Emmerson who recorded life on the Norfolk Broads at the turn of the last century.
A programme for children under 5
with Dandy Nichols
An unusual view of things by Tony Hart, Pat Keysell and Ben Benison
including The Prof with more ingenious machines by Wilfred Makepeace Lunn and Digger, Cuckoo, Burbles, Humphrey Umbrage and Susanne.
and Motor Mouse
Colour cartoons with Motor Mouse leading Autocat and Mildew Wolf with Lambsy.
(Playing a cat and mouse game: p 11)
News and opinions including Weather for your area presented by Michael Barratt and Bob Wellings.
Raymond Baxter introduces a weekly report on science.
With James Burke.
by John Gould
'I worked it out long ago. It's the only way I can save him now.'
(Episode 3 tomorrow at 7.0)
starring Pete Duel, Clinton Greyn, Claudine Longet, Sal Mineo.
Adventurers Sam Rollins and Evan Brice arrive in a small Central American country to carry out a well paid and very simple job: to 'repossess' a jet aircraft which was stolen from a company in the United States. Only it is not quite such a simple assignment after all. The man holding the aircraft happens to be Luis Ortega, the dictator of the country.
presented by Richard Baker
An Imperial story in 13 parts
Written by Correlli Barnett
Even in the early Victorian era, idealistic Britons foresaw that one day India would be capable of self-government. The British themselves fostered Indian political aspirations. In 1885 a Scotsman, Allan Octavian Hume, founded the Congress movement. The Great War of 1914-18 proved the turning point. Indians felt they had won their title to nationhood on the battlefield.
British concessions were never big enough to satisfy Indian leaders like Gandhi and Nehru and the British were soon locked in a fierce struggle with the nationalists.
To get themselves out of India after the Second World War, the British chose as their last viceroy the kind of single-minded man of action who had got them there in the first place - a Robert Clive in reverse - Lord Louis Mountbatten.
(A BBCtv/Time-Life co-production)
Title music conducted by:
featuring Ken Buchanan (Great Britain) World Lightweight Champion v AI Ford
Lightweight champion of Canada in a 10-round International Lightweight Contest.
BBC outside broadcast cameras are at the ringside to bring you exclusive live coverage of Britain's only World Champion in action on tonight's Harry Levene promotion at Wembley.
Who will forget Buchanan's magnificent world title defence against Ismael Laguna last September? His opponent in tonight's non-title fight has an impressive record of 40 wins in 41 fights.
with the latest news in pictures
Examining the religious dimensions of contemporary literature.
Discussed by Ruth Etchells
Excerpts from "The Room," "The Caretaker," "Old Times" and other plays with Suzan Cameron, Geoffrey Evans, Margaret Flint, Eric Francis, Sheila Raynor, John Rees and Carl Rigg.
National and Regional News and Weather (except London and Wales); Close