9.38 Maths Today: Year 2
New Numbers from Old
10.0 Science All Around Paths of Movement
10.25-10.45 Look and Read The Boy from Space (2) by RICHARD CARPENTER
A story about a thirsty but intelligent crow.
Presented by ANDREW BRADFORD Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON
11.18 Going to Work Catering
11.40 People of Many Lands Mane: Seychelles
12.5 New Horizons Boris Pasternak
2.0 A Job Worth Doing? Buying and Selling
Who supplies a ' Nation of Shop-keepers '?
Commentary by ANTHONY JACKSON Producer ANTHONY SEARLE
(Look. Listen. Learn: pages 33-36)
2.30 Look Out
More than meets the eye
A programme for children under 5
Written by MICHAEL BOND Director IVOR WOOD
with Harry Fowler
Albert by ALISON JEZARD 2: Albert fills a space
A weekly series introduced by Johnny Morris
The World of Animals
In the wild, in the zoo, at home - a magazine of stories about animals illustrating their own magic.
Producer DOUGLAS THOMAS (from Bristol)
No matter how far they may travel, Josie and her group encounter incredible adventures at every stop on their way.
News and opinions from the country at large and, in particular, Your Region Tonight
(including Regional Weather) presented by MICHAEL BARRATT , FRANK BOUGH and BOB WELLINGS
(Regional details as Monday)
Tom and Jerry playing cat and mouse.
Starring Michael Craig, Virginia Maskell James Robertson Justice.
The amorous doctor on this occasion is Michael Craig who, after numerous escapades, takes a position as assistant to a much-married country GP and covers himself with glory when called upon to remove the appendix of that formidable figure Sir Lancelot.
Spratt-once again played by James Robertson Justice.
(This Week's Films: page 11)
From the novel by:
Dr Richard Hare:
Dr Nicola Barrington:
Dr Tony Burke:
Dr Clive Cardew:
A new comedy series created by BRIAN CLEMENS and RICHARD WARING Written by RICHARD WARING starring John Alderton and Hannah Gordon
What Are Friends For?
When a divorced couple decide to give parties on the same day, it presents certain difficulties for their mutual friends.
Music by DENNIS WILSON
Designers PAUL MUNTING. GERRY SCOTT Producer GRAEME MUIR
with Robert Dougall ; Weather
Has every couple an unconditional right to have a child?
Advances in human genetics make it possible to predict the odds of certain couples producing genetically handicapped children. Combined with artificial insemination from a donor, and egg transfer from one woman to another, these genetic discoveries pose a whole series of ethical, social and legal issues.
In this programme a MEDICAL DOCTOR discusses these issues with: A HARLEY STREET SPECIALIST in artificiai insemination
A CHILD SPECIALIST in Genetic Defects
BERNARD WILLIAMS , a Cambridge Professor of Philosophy
CANON CARPENTER, Archdeacon of Westminster Abbey
FR GERARD HUGHES , a Jesuit priest MRS MARGARET puxon , a barrister and DR ANNE MCLAREN , who pioneered egg transfer in animals.
Producer PHILIP DALY
and featuring her special guests Vince Hill and The Alex Welsh Jazz Band in thirty minutes of musical entertainment with The Lorelei
Brian Fahey and the New Scottish Radio Orchestra, leader Ian Tyre
The Alex Welsh Jazz
Brian Fahey and the New Scottish Radio
The people behind the stories, the people the stories affect, and the people with something to say. Ludovic Kennedy presents an informal review of reporting and relevant talk along with NICHOLAS HARMAN AUSTIN MITCHELL and JACKY GILLOTT including tonight the first British television interview with Clifford Irving , now in an American prison for his fake Howard Hughes autobiography. Just before he went to prison Irving talked about the hoax, what went wrong, and the price he has paid for the fraud.
Editor PETER PAGNAMENTA
A series of interviews with Joan Bakewell talking to people who want us to change our ways. This week:
Sir Robert Birley former Headmaster of Eton
Producer R. T. BROOKS