Today's Watch with Mother
Champion is the leader of a herd of wild horses,
8: In the surf
Filmed at Sennen Cove and Bude in Cornwall, with ALEX and CLARE ALLEN from Penzance; and competitors in the National Championships.
Introduced by JOHN EARLE
Director JOHN RICKWORD Producer JOHN DOBSON I
Welsh pop show
(English transmitters only)
Today's Watch with Mother
Weatherman JACK SCOTT
How Far are the Stars?
The nearest star - not counting our own sun, which is a star -is 25 million million miles from us.
Patrick Moore uses a school cricket-pitch to show how the distances of the stars have been worked out: and he explains that, because the light of stars travels so far to reach us, we see many of them not as they are now but as they were centuries ago.
Director PATRICIA WOOD
Producer PATRICIA OWTRAM
9: Coastal Navigation
How to use charts, navigational instruments and the buoyage system.
Introduced by ALEC MILLER
Producer BRENDA HORSFIELD
' A Hard Kind of Paradise!
The boats are 2,000 years old and the 17th century is yours for a shilling. The past is clear enough. The future, like the road signs, is a little obscure.
Narrator HENLEY THOMAS
Director ALAN BELL
Producer MICHAEL CROUCHER
A programme for children under 5
with Roy Kinnear Dragon in Danger by ROSEMARY MANNING
Today ' The Men from Potterfield '
Two of the world's greatest laughter-makers.
When Ollie finds it necessary to make some economies, Stan helps him to save time as well as money.
Rapid reports of unusual events.
presented by Anne Nightingale Gymnastics with Nik Stuart
(National Gymnastics Coach of Great Britain)
To find out how strength and skill are turned into an art, children from Derbyshire and Nottingham-shire joined the members of the National Gymnastics squad at practice. The squad, with their coach Nik Stuart , for 10 years British champion, will soon be off to the Olympics.
Director BRIAN HAWKINS
Producer DAVID TURNBULL (from Bristol) (Radio Times Women: page 4)
With the news and views in your area tonight including FANNY CRADOCK who cooks Nationwide into Europe. Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT and BOB WELLINGS
Paul Daneman , Julian Glover in Double Agent by ROBERT BARR 1: Marie Hansen is free: Rankin's made sure of it. And she's not gone empty handed...
Serial devised by ROBERT BARR
(Episode 2 tomorrow 7.0 pm; cast p 46)
This week: The Apple
To the landing party from the uss Enterprise, it seems like a blooming paradise at first, but the flowers spew death, and the natives don't know about the birds and the bees.
by Dorothy L. Sayers, adapted in five parts by Anthony Steven
with Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter
An important clue ... a new suspect ... then suddenly unexpectedly, a confession to murder.
Lord Peter Wimsey:
Sir Andrew Tarrant:
Lady Mary Wimsey:
Erica Heath Warburton:
Duke of Denver:
Sir Impey Biggs:
presented this week by Richard Baker with the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather
The Amateur Boxing Association Championships
The semi-finals from Belle Vue, Manchester, as the finest amateur boxers in Britain compete for places in the ABA finals on 5 May - and for the Olympic Games selection for Munich later this year. Commentator HARRY CARPENTER
European Soccer news spanning British club participation - Celtic, Rangers, Wolves and Spurs.
Boxing TV presentation by RAY LAKELAND Producer JONATHAN MARTIN Editor SAM LEITCH
with Michael Barratt
Put your own views on some of the week's television programmes to the people who made them.
Producer MARGARET DOUGLAS
with the latest news in pictures
National and Regional News and Weather (except London) Closedown