A film serial in 13 episodes.
The Commissioner from Paris has arrived in the village just as disaster had hit the chalet.
Why don't you just switch off your television set and go and do something less boring instead?
A few more ideas for anyone who hasn't switched off yet!
Animation Richard TAYLOR
CARWYN JAMES with guests
Weatherman JACK SCOTT
Today in the town you can meet Peter the baker and see how bread and cakes are made.
with Geraldine McEwan The Little Broomstick I by MARY STEWART
Will you walk into my parlour?
Davy gets involved with the villainous Archduke Otto.
... on the Ouse Washes
Tony Soper explores one of the finest places for wintering ducks and wild swans in Europe, the Ouse Washes in the heart of the East Anglian Fenlands. Here you see one of nature's spectaculars - courting Ruffs in all their finery.
Producer JOHN SPARKS (from Bristol)
with Richard Whitmore ; Weather
followed by Regional Weather (London only: Nationwide)
(Regional details as Monday)
Dirk Bogarde , Alfred Lynch
The adventures of the inappropriately named Sgt-Maj Coward , the only English soldier to receive the Iron Cross, who waged a continuous one-man battle against the Germans in World War II.
Director ANDREW L. STONE
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starring Ronnie Barker in My Old Man by GERALD FROW
To old Sam it seems like the end of the line. In retirement after 30 years as an engine-driver his life seems to be running out of steam.
Krecutive producer JAMES GILBERT Producer SYDNEY LOTTERBY
John Rudling, Roy
with Robert Dougall and Richard Whitmore ; Weather
A documentary series which examines the way that a few unusual men of different nations rose to the challenge of high command. A second chance to see four programmes about World War II in Europe, to be followed by three new programmes on commanders behind the Far East war. 2: Sir Arthur Harris ,
Marshal of the Royal Air Force
This film is about a commander whose role in the war provokes question and argument. It fell to Harris to carry out the policy of bombing German cities. The programme presents the facts in the career of a man who had to send his men again and again into a long and terrible battle, yet himself could only command from the rear. A career ending in partial eclipse once the war was won. Written by CORRETTI BARNETT Narrated by FRANK GILLAPD
Quotations from Harris's writings spoken by JOHN MOFFATT
Film editor ARTHUR BENNETT Producer HARRY HASTINGS
Visions of Eight
' The best directors from different countries, all coming together to make a film which is in a way what the Olympics is all about, the best of people coming together to compete.'
David Wolper , producer of Visions of Eight, talking about his film record of the 1972 Munich Olympics. Barry Norman previews the film and talks to DAVID WOLPER and to two of the eight directors, Mai Zetterling and Milos Forman.
Producer PATRICIA INGRAM
Introduced by Julian Pettifer
Deputy editor MICHAEL TOWNSON Editor PETER PAGNAMENTA