Don't Fence Me In: 1 by JOHN TULLY with SALLY THOMSETT , NICOLA DAVIES
JOHN ARTHUR BARON , LOUIS SELWYS Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE
10.0-10.20 Colour Merry-go-Rouilfl Mzima, portrait of a spring adapted from ALAN and JOANl ROOT'S film. Commentary spoken by ANTHONY SMITH Producer SUE WEEKS
11.5 A Year's Journey
Cheese from Wensleyd
The programme with the informal air, introduced by BOB LANGLEY. A chance to meet the people and personalities who drop in to talk about ideas, events and interests. Plus Weatherman JACK SCOTT Editor TERRY DOBSON
Sir John Betjeman revisits the Isle of Man, which he has known and loved since student days, and finds that the magnetism of the past is still very much present in The Ancient Kingdom of Man.
Producer BRIDGET WINTER t
2.5 Colour Tout Compris
Everyday life and language of French teenagers
5: A la peche. A l'unisson. A la fête du 14 juillet.
Language adviser EDWARD NEATHER Producer JOHN PRESCOTT THOMAS
2.25 Going to Work Building for Us
2.50 Maths Today: Year 2 Paths in Space t
with Cliff Michelmore
Touring France - Gypsy Style: Do horse-drawn caravans live up to your Romany-inspired expectations?
Darjerba: a giant holiday complex of hotel rooms, nightclubs and restaurants on a Tunisian island. Travel Agents and Holiday Bookings: a special investigation into the mechanics of a package-deal holiday.
Producer TOM SAVAGE I
by PETER DICKINSON
When Kate and Sammy are kept in after school, they see something so odd they have to investigate further. Together with Kate's brother, Duncan, they are soon involved in a strange and dangerous situation.
Episode 1: The Man Who Could Walk Through Doors
Ben trained by MARY and JOHN HOLMES Film editor PETER BARBER
Film cameraman ALAN FEATHERSTOME Director ANNA HOME ‡
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bringing you news and views in your region tonight
Presented by Michael Barratt
Frank Bough and Bob Wellings
Reporters BRIAN ASH , BERNARD FALK JAMES HOGG , SUE LAWLEY LYNN LEWIS , DAVID LOMAX CHRISTOPHER RAINBOW
PHILIP TIBENHAM , MARTIN YOUNG
Editor MICHAEL BUNCE
with Geoffrey Wheeler
This Home International match will decide whether a team from England or Wales goes forward to the Final.
Semi-final 2: DERBY v CARDIFF
Questions set by BOSWELL TAYLOR Director PETER MASSEY Producer BILL WRIGHT
Hi-jack by GEOFFREY MATTHEWS starring
John Slater , James Ellis with Geoffrey Hayes , Nicholas Smith
A stolen lorry-load of meat - parked on a busy road ... a piece of cake for the police - unless the lorry driver's name is Houdini!
Script editor TONY HOLLAND Designer ROCHELLE SEI.WYN Producer RON CRADDOCK Director ERIC HILLS
Tony Peake ::
TV's top reporters close in on the most interesting topics of the day Alastair Burnet
Michael Charlton Alan Hart
Richard Kershaw Richard Lindley Julian Pettifer Alan Watson
Assistant editor DAVID HARRISON Editor ROBERT ROWLAND
A new series of Play for Today begins today with Three's One by PENELOPE MORTIMER starring with
Are Maggie and Tony using each other as a means of communicating with Dr Leafer? Or are they using Dr Leafer as a means of communicating with each other?
Music by CARL DAVIS
Script editor ANN SCOTT Designer Oliver BAYLDON
Producer GRAEME MCDONALD Director ALASTAIR REID
Both doing well: pages 6 and 7
Television's big quiz show in which two star teams from the cinema test their knowledge of 50 years of film comedies, dramas, musicals and westerns.
Chairman Robin Ray presides over the game in which Vincent Price supported this week by Honor Blackman and Jean Kent challenges
Sylvia Syms in company with Leo Genn and Leslie Phillips
Questions set by PETER NOBLE Designer PETER MAVIUS Director des sissons
Producer JOHN BUTTERY (from Manchester)
(Jean Kent is appearing in ' No Sex, Please - We're British ' at the Strand Theatre; Leslie Phillips in ' The Man Most Likely to ... ' at the Duke of York's Theatre, London)
Guessing the right Price: page 4
The Colours of the Stars
Ancient astronomers described Sirius the Dog-Star as red: but what colour is it today?
A few weeks ago, Patrick Moore asked viewers to tell him what colour they see Sirius, and now he analyses the thousands of reports he received, and explains the significance of the colours of stars.
Director bill NICHOLSON Producer
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