English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
A film serial in 12 episodes.
Belle and Sebastian arrive at Pierre Marechal's home.
Captain Haddock is arrested as a smuggler.
The difference in the kind of lives led by people living in the great State of Texas and on the grassy plains of Iran.
National Eisteddfod report
Story: "The Peacock and the Pig" (Traditional)
Guest storyteller Elisabeth Welch
by Helen Cresswell
with John Neville
Mike Hope and Albie Keen in Long Time No Sea by JOHN MORLEY with and music by ALASTAIR MCDONALD 'S BAMSTICKS Mike and Albie set off on a treasure trail in their Crazy Bus. Today they look for clues in the seaside town of Brighton.
Designer WALTER MILLER
Producer PAUL CIANI (BBC Scotland)
' The Shadow!:
with Kenneth Kendall; Weather
followed by Regional Weather (London only: Nationwide) (Regional details as Monday)
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore
Reporters Fyfe Robertson, John Carter
The latest news of developments affecting your holiday. Resort reports from Britain and abroad. In the studio - up-to-the-minute holiday advice, comment and argument.
Cliff Michelmore's Choice: page 5
UNITED KINGDOM V AUSTRALIA with Geoffrey Wheeler (UK) and Andrew Harwood (Australia) Teams from Elgin, Derby and Hong Kong represent the United Kingdom in a series of nine matches to be played against three top teams from Australia.
Questions set by BOSWELL TAYLOR Director PETER MASSEY
Producers BILL WRIGHT and JOHN COLLINS
Narrated by Jeffery Boswall
The Private Life of the Herring Gull
A round-the-year story of an island colony of gulls in the Bristol Channel. As we follow them through the seasons, we delve into some of the intricacies of their lives: their subtle posturings, their feeding behaviour, and their mewing calls - so vitally meaningful to them, and to us an evocative reminder of seaside holidays.
The sturdy yet graceful herring gull is one of the few species in nature that is undergoing its own population explosion. It is one of the great successes of the bird world - some say too successful. Why have the numbers increased? Ought man to take action?
Directed and filmed by MAURICE TIBBLES
Producer JEFFERY BOSWALL
starring Sandie Shaw with her guests Blue Mink Pamela Devis Dancers
Choreography PAMELA DEVIS
Musical direction ALYN AINSWORTH Lighting CLIVE THOMAS
Sound MICHAEL MCCARTHY Designer PAUL ALLEN
Producer COLIN CHARMAN
The Climb by LINDSAY GALLOWAY starring lain Cuthbertson
Gareth Thomas, Maev Alexander and Don McKillop
Guest star Maurice Roeves
A man is dead. Why? Sutherland and Duthie have to climb a killer mountain to find the truth. And the last time Sutherland climbed, there was a terrible tragedy.
Devised by LINDSAY GALLOWAY Script editor GRAHAM WILLIAMS Designer DAVID MCKENZIE Producer NEIL MCCALLUM
Director BRIAN FARNHAM. BBC Scotland
Barry Norman takes a lighthearted look back at events, anniversaries, high days and holidays with one thing in common-they all happened on 8 August.
Presented by FRANCES WHITAKER
with Kenneth Kendall and John Edmunds; Weather
A special programme presenting the music man's music
Starring Perry Como, Diahann Carroll, Connie Stevens, Louis Jourdan, Twiggy, Charles Aznavour and Alan Johnson
featuring some of the late Cole Porter's great standards including a medley from Kiss me Kate; I Love Paris; Ridin' High; Anything Goes; My Heart Belongs to Daddy; I Get a Kick out of You.
(Programme recorded in America)
Gambling on her appearance: page 5. Irving Berlin; Thursday 11.5 am, R4
P.J. Kavanagh takes a country walk to discover six different parts of Britain.
P.J. Kavanagh sees how 5,000 years of conquest of the Orkneys, from the Stone Age men, the Vikings and the servicemen of two world wars, has marked the country and moulded the people, and discovers another invasion imminent.
with Robin Day at the Commonwealth Prime Ministers' Conference in Ottawa and special film reports from VINCENT HANNA
Another chance to see the award-winning series with writer and critic John Berger
Oil paint, invented around 1400, became the ideal medium for the celebration of private possessions and in this programme John Berger questions the value we place on this European tradition.
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