The high points of Apollo 17's three days on the surface of the moon, including the exploration by lunar rover of the mountain Massifs and the Sculptured Hills, and the last Apollo lift-off of all. James Burke and Patrick Moore and the astronauts and scientists at Mission Control review the mission.
Producer TAM FRY
Editor MICHAEL BUKHT
Executive producer Richard FRANCIS
A view of man and his expanding society seen in the archaeological landscape of the South.
3: The Taming of the Land
Presented by Prof Barry Cunliffe from Chapman's Pool, Dorset with Professor Geoffrey Dimbleby Colin Bowen , Peter Reynolds
Producer HUGH PITT. (BBC South) (Book 80p: see page 78)
On a stormy night in January 1749 the Amsterdam, fully laden on its maiden voyage to Java, was stranded on the beach at Hastings. Within a week it sank from view. Chronicle tells the full story of this treasure ship and the scientific excavation and research which is bringing her back to life
Written by RICHARD wade Director RAY SUTCLIFFE
Executive producer PAUL johnstone in association with KRO Holland
Story: What a Crop by JOANNE COLE Presenters
DIANE DORGAN , BRIAN CANT
Pianist WILLIAM BLEZARD
Double-bass SPIRE heatley
Designer ANDREE welsteab hornby
Scriptwriter and director CAROLE WAR8 Producer MICHAEL COLE
Executive producer cynthia felgate
Lizzie Dripping and the Orphans by HELEN CRESSWELL
Try as she might Lizzie simply could not help thinking about what it would really be like to be an orphan: ' 'All by yourself with no one to love you ... !
Designer PAUL MUNTING
Director ANGELA BEECHING
Executive producer ANNA home
(Take one dreamy girl page 17)
Introduced by Roy Castle with Ross and Norris McWhirter who discover the fastest-slowest-strongest - highest - toughest - anyone or anything that claims to be a record breaker.
New records will be attempted. Existing records may be broken. Famous old records will be reconstructed.
This week's special guest: Dr Roger Bannister , CBE the world's first 4-minute miler
Designer DAVID JONES
Producer ALAN RUSSELL
(Record-breaking crazy: pages 9 and 11)
with Look North, South Today
Look East, Midlands Today Points West and Spotlight South West bringing you news and views in your region tonight
Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT FRANK BOUGH and BOB WELLINGS Reporters BRIAN ASH , JAMES HOGG LYNN LEWIS , DAVID LOMAX
JACK PIZZEY , PHILIP TIBENHAM
Editor MICHAEL BUNCE
A new Western series
Last of the Comancheros
A brutal slaughter leads the Colonel to a showdown with the sheriff.
by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT starring Arthur Lowe
John Le Mesurier and Clive Dunn featuring
A Brush with the Law
A light is left burning from the Church Hall so the Chief Warden puts Mainwaring in Court
Designer PAUL joel
Producer DAVID CROFT
Clerk of the Court:
William Conrad stars as private investigator Frank Cannon , a big man who walks alone in a dangerous world. Devil's Playground
Jerry Wharton , a young motorcycle cop, tries to stop a killer from getting away-and ends up crippled for life. His police career finished, Jerry now has one obsession: to bring in the hoodlum responsible. Cannon agrees to help.
Producer ALAN a. ARMER Director Marvin chouskt
J. Paul Getty is 80 today.
Last night the man who's often called the richest in the world was in London celebrating with his friends. Today he's back at the country house in Surrey where he's lived and worked for 13 years. It was there he talked to BRIAN HOEY about his money: how he made it, what it's brought him - and what it hasn't.
Producer GEORGE caret
(Paul Getty misses you .. , : page 3)
in How to Marry a Millionaire with Betty Grable , Lauren Bacall
Marilyn Monroe plays a myopic blonde who prefers millionaires to diamonds and enlists two accomplices in the shape of Betty Grable and Lauren Bacall , who help her trap members of the rare breed.
Tom Brookman. CAMERON MITCHELL
(This Week's Films: page 11)
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