Comedy, adventure, cartoons 1:
with Rolf Harris
Today ROLF HARRIS shows how to swim under water and gives advice on using a snorkel and mask. I
A film starring Burt Lancaster
Edmund Gwenn , Dorothy McGuire with Millard Mitchell
A kindly old counterfeiter only prints a few one-dollar bills whenever he needs them, but he presents US Treasury agents with their toughest case ...
Director EDMUND GOULDING
This Week's Films: page 9
With BOB LANGLEY
Learn to relax with HAZEL WILLS Weatherman KEITH BEST
Now that he can sing Barnaby takes part in a concert.
Series created by ALBERT barill*
A film series about people whose jobs are also their whole lives.
3: Philip Quibell - for 22 years Medical Administrator of Chailey Heritage, Sussex, a hospital for crippled children.
Film cameraman JIM KNIGHTS
Producer HUGH PITT (from BBC South)
of the World with Anthony Smith Antwerp, Belgium
This modern zoo, with up-to-date Dolphinarium and a distinguished animal breeding record, began in a park on the city outskirts exhibiting ' strange beasts and creatures from foreign lands.'
Producer PETER BALE
Series editor NICHOLAS CROCKER
(from Bristol: first shown on BBC2)
Joan Bakewell introduces three programmes on present-day beliefs.
3: What difference does the idea of God make?
Heat 8: South West BODMIN V BRISTOL
with Michael Bryant
The Dagger and the Bird by MARGARET GREAVES 3: Fear in the Forest
The Gentle Art
More and more young people take up judo each year. ANNE NIGHTINGALE joins a schools' judo competition and meets TED BULLARD , Chairman of the British Schools' Judo Association.
Director BRIAN HAWKINS Producer DAVID TURNBULL
with Kenneth Kendall ; Weather
bringing you news and views in your region tonight
(including Regional Weather) Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT FRANK BOUGH and BOB WELLINGS
(Regional details as Monday)
Introduced by Robert Robinson
This is the first programme in the Semi-Finals.
THE BRADBURY FAMILY from Sale, Cheshire v THE TAYLOR FAMILY from Tollerton, Nottinghamshire
Director PATRICIA WOOD Producer CECIL KORER
(Rpt Tuesday) Book 25p: see page 66
Raymond Baxter with reporters
William Woollard , Michael Rodd presents a weekly report
Producer ANDREW WISEMAN Editor BRIAN JOHNSON
by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft
Â£100 reward offered for a missing diamond reveals the other side of a few characters.
Featuring Trevor Bannister as Mr Lucas, Mollie Sugden as Mrs Slocombe, Frank Thornton as Capt Peacock, John Inman as Mr Humphreys, Wendy Richard as Miss Brahms, Arthur Brough as Mr Grainger and Nicholas Smith as Mr Rumbold
Mr Humphrey's customer:
Young Mr Grace:
The Outsize Dress:
Mr Humphreys' friend:
A second chance to see six episodes from this gripping series Welcome to Colditz by N. J. CRISP starring
Robert Wagner , David McCallum with Edward Hardwicke
Jack Hediey , Christopher Neame Bernard Hepton
Lt-Col Preston, the new Senior British Officer, arrives at Colditz in time to witness an abortive escape. Preston's attitude towards this fiasco suggests to the Kommandant that here is a man with whom he could come to terms.
Series producer GERARD GLAISTER Director MICHAEL FERGUSON
(A BBCtv Universal TV co-production) (Six from ColdiU: 8.50 pm)
Flt-Lt Phil Carrington:
Flt-Lt Simon Carter:
Capt Pat Grant:
Lt Dick Player:
P/0 Muir PETER:
Capt Tim Downing:
Major P. R. Reid was the first escape officer at Colditz, wrote The Colditz Story, and was the technical adviser on the BBC drama series. Tonight in the first of six interviews with men who were in Colditz PAT REID talks to
Producer FRANCES WHITAKER
Major P. R.
with Kenneth Kendall and Peter Woods ; Weather
The Bantamweight Championship of Europe
Last night Johnny Clark (GB) met Franco Zurlo (Italy) for the vacant European title over 15 rounds. Commentator HARRY CARPENTER The Television Trophy Final
Greyhound Racing over 880 yards flat, live from Wimbledon.
Commentator HARRY CARPENTER
World Ice Hockey Championships The deciding match from Moscow. Commentator ALAN WEEKS
Boxing and Greyhound BOB DUNCAN Ice Hockey SOVIET TV
Producer JONATHAN MARTIN Editor SAM LEITCH
starring Moira Anderson
with Shari Lewis
and Brian Fahey and the New Scottish Radio Orchestra (leader Ian Tyre)
Brian Fahey and the New Scottish Radio
Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy including tonight
Jimmy Hoffa Comes Back
' There were guys paid to have me killed. Unfortunately the people they hired came and told me about it and took money for not killing me.' JIMMY HOFFA is used to trouble. One time boss of America's most powerful union, the Teamsters, he's now out of prison after serving five years of a 13-year gaol sentence for jury tampering and misusing union funds.
In a rare interview Hoffa talks to VINCENT HANNA about his life and times, and his attempt to regain control of the Teamsters.
Producer CLIVE SYDDALL
Editor PETER PAGNAMENTA
When You're 65 ...
... will you be ready to retire?
Producer BRYN BROOKS
Series editor TONY MATTHEWS
2 : The Obstinate Toy Soldiers