David Attenborough with the help of animals in the studio recalls some of his travels abroad.
2: Lizards from Australia
Tin Tin and Captain Haddock turn the tables on their enemy.
English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
A programme for children under 5
with Harry Fowler
This week: Ginger Over the Wall by PRUDENCE ANDREW
The story of four boys in a gang -Ginger, Tiny, Toni and Andy. Part 1: Lost - and Found
Question-Master Ray Alan
A knock-out quiz with teams of boys and girls from all over the country.
This week a team from Caernarvonshire competes against a team from Devonshire
Questions by KEN BLAKESON , JEAN COOKE Director CYNTHIA PAUL
Producer BRIAN HAWKINS (from Bristol)
People, places and events in the news around town
Presenter Clive Jacobs
Editor ROGER ECCLESTONE
Peter West sits tall in the saddle when he visits a riding school for his first lesson, and Nick Hender son goes to Hertfordshire to find the smallest horse in the world.
Producer MIKE BEGG
Series producer BARRIE EDGAR
Television's big quiz show in which two star-studded teams from the cinema test their knowledge of 50 years of film comedies, dramas, musicals and westerns.
Chairman Robin Ray presides over the game in which Michael Parkinson helped this week by Hildegard Neil , Jenny Agutter challenges
Sylvia Syms with Tom Courtenay , Michael Jayston
Questions set bv PETER NOBLE Director JOHN c.
MILLER Producer JOHN BUTTERY < from Manchester)
A Neighbour's Goods by LESLIE DUXBURY Part 1: starring
John Slater , Geoffrey Whitehead with Ian Cullen , Douglas Fielding
Designer BARRY NEWBERY Producer RON CRADDOCK Director KEN HANNAM
(Part 2 tomorrow, 7.5 pm: cast p 30) A dead woman. And Sergeant
Miller suspects trouble ..
starring Hugh Lloyd , Ron Frazer with and ' The Fellas '
Episode 3 of a seven-part series
With the arrival of Michelle the men move into sleeping quarters which are strictly for the birds.
An Australian film series written and directed by DAVID CROFT
Tonight: Fany Blankers-Koen
The flying Dutchwoman who won four gold medals at the 1948 Olympic Games in London.
Producer LESLIE KETTLEY
(Radio Times Olympic Summer of Sport, available from newsagents: 25p)
The most famous shipyard in Britain, the John Brown yard on Clydeside, is today taken over by the Marathon Company of America. Where the Queen Mary, the Queen Elizabeth and the QE2 were built, oil rigs for the North Sea will be constructed. Panorama tonight comes live from the yard.
But, as Scotland moves into the oil business, it also faces problems like the 150,000 people who at present haven't got a job. While the dole queues wait for work, money pours into and through Scotland in a gigantic oil bonanza. Will this new-found wealth help Scotland's, unemployed? Will Scotland benefit from the vast amount of back-up facilities required by the oil industry?
Richard Kershaw investigates and asks: has Scotland struck it rich? In the Marathon yard Panorama discusses with government ministers, opposition politicians, unions and business interests the future of Scotland.
with Kenneth Kendall ; Weather
John Paul , John Barron
Elizabeth Weaver , John Bown in Enquiry by JOHN GOULD with Joby Blanshard , Vivien Sherrard
' The toxic particles are released in the form of an aerosol ... It makes it possible to defeat an enemy army without inflicting any casualties on them or on the civilian population.'
Designer RAY LONDON
Producer TERENCE DUDLEY Director PENNANT ROBERTS
Dr Anne Tarrant:
Dr Spencer Quist:
Dr Margery Becker:
Cmdr Neil Stafford:
The first in a new series of programmes featuring top names in light entertainment who subsequently talk about their career and their favourite films. This week: star in The Liver Birds followed by The Liver Birds' Cinema
Cliff Michelmore invites Polly James and Nerys Hughes to talk about their careers and choose scenes from films which they have enjoyed.
Script JACK SEDDON and DAVID PURSALL Incidental music RONNIE HAZLEHURST Producer DOUGLAS ARGENT Liver Birds' Cinema:
Director PEGGY WALKER
Producer JOHN BUTTERY (from Manchester) (Radio Times People: page 4)
Five weeks to the Olympic Games at Munich. RON PICKERING continues his series about the track and field events.
8: Putting the Shot with GEOFF CAPES
Director JOHN RICKWORD Producer JOHN DOBSON