Story by Alison Prince.
A film serial in 12 episodes Episode 2:
The Chevalier de Recei disappears from Casal with unexpected consequences,
B B King
Black blues artist from Mississippi filmed at a recording session in London, where he also talked about himself and the guitarists who have inspired him.
Director CHARLIE CILLETT Producer TONY CASH
The adventures of the boy detective and his dog.
The tables are turned on the diamond smugglers.
Puppets and production:
Weatherman GRAHAM PARKER
The Crowning Ceremony
Outside broadcast cameras are at Haverfordwest to bring you this colourful annual event, performed in accordance with the privileges and ceremonial of the Gorsedd of Bards.
Commentator ALUN Williams
TV presentation MYRFYN OWEN
A programme for children under 5
with Jo Rowbottom The Wilkses by HELEN CRESSWELL
2 :. Alice, Witch of Northumbria
Tony Hart , Pat Keysell and Ben Benison with THE PROF, BURBLES,
HUMPHREY UMBRAGE and SUSANNE
Designer JOHN BONE
Producer PATRICK DOWLING
(Anyone may send a painting for the Gallery to ' Vision On,' BBC Television Centre. London W12 7RJ. We are sorry we cannot return them but there is a prize for any that are shown)
Where Are You!
A suspense-filled cartoon series
Voices by PETER HAWKINS
Written, drawn and produced by JOHN RYAN
News and opinions from the country at large and, in particular, Your Region Tonight
(including Regional Weather) presented by Michael Barratt and Bob Wellings
Reporters BRIAN ASH , ROBERT LANGLEY LYNN LEWIS , JACK PIZZEY
JOAN SHENTON , PHILIP TIBENHAM
Editor MICHAEL BUNCE
Introduced by Michael Bentine from the National Film Theatre Parody Time
Another look at some of the silent film comedians of the 1910s and 1920s. In this programme, BEN TURPIN and STAN LAUREL take the mickey out of Rudolph Valentino , BUSTER KEATON parodies William S. Hart , and CHARLIE CHAPLIN gives his own version of ' Car-men.'
Producer RICHARD EVANS
BBCtv production in association with Mitchell Monkhouse Associates and Raymond Rohauer.
Relative Values by JOHN MAYNARD Part 2 starring James Ellis , John Slater Douglas Fielding , Ian Cullen
Stone and Skinner looking for something old-fashioned ...
Producer RON CRADDOCK Director DEREK MARTINUS
in The Cat and the Canary with Paulette Goddard
When Joyce Norman inherits a house and fortune in the wild Bayuns country of Louisiana, her only problem is staying alive long enough to collect them.
Bob Hope should, of course, act the big strong man and go to the lady's aid, but his knees go weak at all the sinister happenings.
Director ELLIOT NUGENT
(At 69, Hope still springs eternal: pages 6-7; This Week's Films: page 9)
with Kenneth Kendall ; Weather
Tuesday's Documentary takes a look behind the door of the Council Chamber.
Next year sees the start of a complete reorganisation at local government. Some counties will disappear and boundaries will change. But who cares? Apart from the dustman and rate demands, local government to most people is a closed book. Yet a small army of part-time amateurs is responsible for spending over £6,000-million on determining the quality of our lives from cradle to grave.
What exactly do they do for our money? And how do they set about doing it? To provide some answers to these questions tonight's documentary concentrates on just one county - Cheshire. Not because Cheshire is typical but perhaps it's more representative than most.
Narrated by DAVID HOLDEN
Film cameraman GODFREY JOHNSON Film editor HUGH NEWSAM Written and produced by ANTHONY DE LOTBINIERE
Barry Norman previews, and reviews the week's new releases. Lighting cameraman Freddie Young talks about his favourite shots from his Academy Award winning films, which include Lawrence of Arabia, Ryan's Daughter and Dr Zhivago.
Producer IAIN JOHNSTONE
A personal choice of poetry by C. Day Lewis
The fourth in a series of six programmes made a few weeks before his death in which the former Poet Laureate presented his own selection of verse.
Tonight's theme is Love and Friendship and among the poets chosen are Emily Bronte, Browning, C. V. Cavafy, Dibdin, Hardy and George Seferis.
Readers C. Day Lewis and Jill Balcon
Producer NORMAN SWALLOW
A series of six programmes 4: The Age of Aggression
When the Roman legions invaded England they met a brave but easily demoralised enemy. For the Celtic tribes were no match for such a well-organised war machine, and their initial fierceness in battle soon gave way to complete disarray.
What those Celts were like, the sort of war engines they had to face, and how easily Rome conquered the British and held them in subjugation, is a source of constant interest to archaeologists. Presented by Professor Barry Cunliffe from Hod Hill , Dorset with Dr Anne Ross
Dr Eric Marsden
Producer HUGH PITT (BBC South)