A film serial in 13 episodes 10: The Fire 1
Written by OLIVER POSTGATE 4: The Cave of Nutrug
Story told by OLIVER POSTGATE and RONNIE STEVENS
Pictures by PETER FIRMIN Music by VERNON ELLIOT
Played by the VERNON ELLIOT EMSEMBLE
Do you collect ants? Click your nose? Make 'Anonymice'?
The WDY gang is a bunch of kids - like Nick Patten and Alison Smith - making their own programme out of your letters and ideas. Why don't you join in? If you've got any better ideas why don't you write and tell us.
Holiday activities: page 5
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A programme for children under 5
with Geraldine McEwan The Little Broomstick by MARY STEWART
Mary Smith is bored on her holiday in the country-that is, until she finds a cat who leads her to a curious flower ... and a little broomstick.
Today: Things that go bump in the night
Question-Master John Craven The Final
A general knowledge quiz in which young people from all over the United Kingdom have taken part. Today the teams that have got through their semi-finals meet to compete to find the winner of the series.
In the programme JOHN CRAVEN sets the teams an observation test to see how good the competitors would be as reporters.
Questions by JEAN COOKE and PHILIP MARK Director CYNTHIA PAUL
Producer BRIAN HAWKINS (from Bristol)
A film from Yugoslavia
Thais Becomes a Mother
A foal is born during a storm and Julia rides out for help.
with Richard Whitmore ; Weather
bringing you news and views in your region tonight
Presented by Michael Barratt
Frank Bough and Bob Wellings Reporters
BERNARD FALK , JAMES HOGG SUE LAWLEY, LYNN LEWIS
DAVID LOMAX , CHRISTOPHER RAINBOW JOHN SWINFIELD , PHILIP TIBENHAM MARTIN YOUNG
Editor MICHAEL BUNCE
A series of outside broadcasts from this year's Service Spectaculars
Barri Haynes introduces highlights from the 1973 show which features:
The Royal Artillery Motorcycle Display Team, The Musical Ride of the Household Cavalry and the Finale in which the Massed Bands and Corps of Drums parade as a grand finale to the Tattoo from Cardiff Castle, a delightful setting for this traditional spectacle - an entertainment which is uniquely British.
Tattoo staged by MAJOR AUBREY JACKMAN, MBE
Director of Music, MAJOR DESMOND WALKER, Welsh Guards
Produced for television by KEN GRIFFIN
Last year this world-famous Equestrian Academy celebrated its 400th anniversary, and tonight's programme shows part of a special display given in the School's elegant riding hall in Vienna, by the renowned white Lipizzaner horses. Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD and ROBERT HALL
Presented by the AUSTRIAN TELEVISION SERVIC1
starring Ryan Davies and Ronnie Williams
with MYFANWY TALOG, BRYN WILLIAMS
Musical director TED BOYCE
Script editor PETER ROBINSON
Designer MICHAEL WRIGHT
Producer DAVID Richards
Introduced by David Dimbleby and Alan Watson
These Young People - the last in this five-part investigation into this Britain through the eyes of the 18-25-year-olds.
This week the panel looks at the subject of Patriotism. Where do their loyalties lie? If there was another war - would they respond to the call like their fathers and grandfathers?
Also this week-an audience chosen from an older generation will give their opinions on the views of ' These Young People.' 5: A Question of Loyalty?
Director ROGER BOLTON Producer jack SALTMAN
with Robert Dougall and Richard Whitmore Weather
by ROY MINTON with Barry Jackson as Horace and Stephen Tantum as Gordon
' Daft ' Horace from the joke factory starts an alliance with Gordon, a schoolboy 20 years his junior.
When Gordon overhears his mother and her new boyfriend planning to leave him with her sister-in-law, he decides to run away and asks Horace to go with him ...
Never sentimentalised ... sympathetic, touching The piece worked marvellously well. (DAILY TELEGRAPH) Producer MARK SHIVAS Director ALAN CLARKE
Television's star quiz about films, the people who appear in them and the people who make them. Chairman Robin Ray presides over the game in which Vincent Price, Patricia Roc, Adrienne Corri challenge Honor Blackman, Francis Matthews, Harry Fowler
Vincent Price in 'The Raven' Friday, 11.15 pm.
Adrienne Corri's choice: p 5
Questions set by:
A series of ten programmes
It has been said that there is now no national housing problem, but a variety of local problems. What should be the national housing policy?
John Tusa talks to Paul Channon, MP, Minister of Housing, and to Rt Hon Anthony Crosland, MP.
Rt. Hon. Anthony Crosland,