with Wendy Wood
Stories from Scotland adapted from traditional sources by DENISE CREMONA
A king who travelled in disguise, a boy who killed an enormous beast, and a girl who tried to save a man from the gallows - these are some of the themes in this week's tales and legends. Today: Muckle Mou 'd Meg
by PETER DICKINSON
Kate and Sammy have seen a strange man keeping watch in the street. They discover that he is Halmar, leader of the Gala secret police. The enemy has arrived far sooner than expected. 3: There is no Duncan ...
BEN trained by MART and JOHN HOLMES Director ANNA HOME Book £1.50: see page 62
with Geoffrey Wheeler
This popular schools competition moves into the European Community with two bilingual matches being played between London and Paris. Teams:
Paris LAURENCEMEARY, Lycee Victor Duruy; CHRISTIAN DORS,
Lyc6e LouisleGrand ; BRIGITTEGODELIER, Lycée Marie Curie ; ERIC LABOUREUR , Lycée de Boulogne
London GILLIAN GARSON
City of London School for Girls KIM EYRE, Latymer Upper School
ANNE WARDEN, Bromley High School; OLIVER WEINDLING , High-gate School
Questions set by BOSWELL TAYLOR Director PETER MASSEY Producer BILL WRIGHT
Co-operation by DAVID ELLIS starring
John Slater , John Collin with Allan O'Keefe , Nicholas Smith
Understanding between husband and wife; detective and villain; PC and member of the public ... but what about co-operation between Stone and Haggar?
Script editor TONY HOLLAND Designer JEREMY DAVIES Producer RON CRADDOCK Director DEREK MARTINUS
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
Kentish Town, London. Three men and a woman living together in a flat. Away from home for the first time. Beginning their education.
Film editor KEN PEARCE
Film cameraman BRIAN TUFANO Sound recordist MICHAEL TURNER Producer TONY GARNETT
Devised and directed by LESLIE BLAIR Learning the hard way: page 15
Chairman Robin Ray presides over the game in which
Vincent Price supported this week by Judy Geeson and Dinah Sheridan challenges
Sylvia Syms in company with Richard Todd and Michael Winner
Questions set by PETER NOBLE Designer PETER MAVIUS Director des sissons Producer
In recent years there has been a revival of steam power on the narrow gauge railways of Wales. Tonight we invite you to take a musical journey along one of them-the Ffestiniog Railway with Mari Griffith, Derek Boote Triban and Hennessys.
Arrangements and musical direction BENNY LITCHFIELD
Producer GERAINT STANLEY JONES
A series of ten programmes 1: The House and the City
In a personal reflection on its growth and nature, DR PATRICK NUTTGENS looks to the city for the roots of a housing policy. Introduced by JOHN TUSA
Producer JOHN EIDINOW
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