9.38 Exploration and Discovery: Man Learns to Fly
10.0 Look and Read: Joe and the Sheep Rustlers
10.25-10.45 Let's Look at Wales: The First Inhabitants
Presented by David Parry-Jones
11.0 Music Time
11.25 Scene: Bank Holiday
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With Bob Langley
and Weatherman Keith Best
by Patrick and Mollie Matthews
Told by Richard Baker
Ring a Ding
With Derek Griffiths
Written and directed by Peter Charlton
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News, views, and current issues from the world of medicine.
With both love and marriage coming along earlier, interviewer Gerald Harrison asks children from schools at Hull, in Yorkshire, and Newport, in Monmouthshire, about their views.
(from Manchester; first shown on BBC2)
Michael Parkinson and his guests
Puppets and settings:
by Margaret Stuart Barry
Adapted and directed by Paul Stone
with Norman Rossington
(Next week: "Eskimo Stories" with Blain Fairman)
Introduced by Roy Castle with Ross and Norris McWhirter
This week's special guest: John Lees, the fastest man in the world to walk across North America
with Richard Whitmore; Weather
bringing you news and views of your region tonight (including Regional Weather)
Presented by Michael Barratt, Frank Bough and Bob Wellings
(Regional details as Monday)
A Western series
This week: The Legacy of Spencer Flats
Starring Doug McClure as Trampas
Trampas stumbles out of a sand storm into the fantasy of a ghost town and a crazy situation which he would have found funny if it were not so serious - for him.
Written by Eddie Braben
Starring Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise
Eric and Ernie's guests: Susan Hampshire, Georgie Fame and Alan Price, The Settlers
featuring Ann Hamilton
with Janet Webb, Jenny Lee-Wright
Ernie's play tonight stars Susan Hampshire who accompanies her famous explorer father and her fiance, newspaperman Scoop Morecambe, in a dangerous expedition to capture and bring back to London Zoo the 'Mighty Konga.' Susan, no beginner to dealing with animals as film fans will know, finds Scoop Morecambe more difficult to tame.
Don't miss Ern's brilliant - his own word - portrayal of the intrepid explorer!
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with Richard Baker and Richard Whitmore and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world
William Conrad stars as private investigator Frank Cannon, a big man who walks alone in a dangerous world
The body of a young girl is washed up on the shore of a beautiful bay. Her fiance, Bob Pearson, a former mental patient, is accused of her murder and the case against him is overwhelming. But Cannon is curious about an expensive yacht - and a missing bicycle.
with David Dimbleby, his guests and his studio audience
Once again Talk-In gives the experts, the committed, and the man-in-the-street the chance to speak out on an issue that concerns us all.
from the Rothmans International Tennis Tournament
Highlights of one of tonight's semi-finals at the Royal Albert Hall. Three semi-finals are played tonight-three singles and one doubles. Points to note: this is the first tournament since the healing of the rift between the contract and the independent professionals. What price Wimbledon now for 'rebels' Rosewall and Ashe? How is the Russian Alex Metreveli shaping up? And a fashion note: Gone are the days of pure tennis whites; tonight's battle could be colourful in more ways than one.
(Highlights of the singles final can be seen on Saturday BBC1 and the doubles on Sunday BBC1)
Introduced by David Vine
(except London): Closedown