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: Champion

The Wonder Horse

: Noggin

and the Flying Machine
4: The land of Silver Sand

: Animal Design: 2: Fish

How do fish cope with living in water?
Introduced by Tony Soper with Prof Keith Thomson and Prof R. McNeill Alexander
(from Bristol)

Contributors

Presenter: Tony Soper
Guest: Prof Keith Thomson
Guest: Prof R. McNeill Alexander
Director: George Inger
Producer: John Sparks

: Cricket: Third Test: England v West Indies

Final day: coverage up to the lunch interval direct from Lord's.
Introduced by Peter West
Commentators Richie Benaud, Jim Laker, Ted Dexter

Contributors

Presenter: Peter West
Commentator: Richie Benaud
Commentator: Jim Laker
Commentator: Ted Dexter
Television Presentation: David Kenning
Television Presentation: John Shrewsbury

: In the Town

Meet Bill the milkman and see how mugs are made. i

: News

Weatherman xeith most

: Ar Gais Carwyn

: Cricket: Third Test

England v
West Indies Final day
Further coverage from Lord's

: Play School

: Jackanory

with Ted Ray
The Railway Stories by REV W. AWDRY
More stories about the trains on the Island of Sodor. Today : James the Red Engine

Contributors

Unknown: Ted Ray

: Soper at Large

... on the Sussex Downs
Tony Soper and David Streeter look at the gentle downs from the Seven Sisters cliffs to the pre-Roman encampment at Cissbury. What influence does the chalk have on the countryside and its inhabitants - badgers, rabbits, blue butterflies and orchids?
Film editor RON martin
Producer JOHN sparks .from Bristol)

Contributors

Unknown: David Streeter
Editor: Ron Martin
Producer: John Sparks

: National News

with Kenneth Kendall ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Kendall

: Your Region Tonight

followed by Regional Weather (London only: Nationwide)
(Regional details as Friday)

: Laurel and Hardy

in Chickens Come Home

: British Film Night: Carrington VC

starring David Niven Margaret Leighton Noelle Middleton
Why did war hero Major Carrington take money from the battery safe? In this tense court-room drama the answer unfolds.
Screenplay by John HUNTER Director ANTHONY asquith Producer TEDDY baird
This Week's Films: page 9

Contributors

Unknown: David Niven
Unknown: Margaret Leighton
Unknown: Noelle Middlcton
Major Carrington, VU DAVID NIVEN Valerie Carrington: Margaret Leighton
Capt Graham, ,: Noelle Middleton
Major Panton: Laurence Naismith
Lt-Col Huxford: Clive Morton
The Prosecutor: Mark Dignam
Lt-Col Henniker: Allan Cuthbertson
Sergeant Owen: Victor Maddern
Evans, reporter: John Glyn-Jones
Major Mitchell: Raymond Francis
The Judge Advocate, Mr Tester: Terry Newton Blick
The Adjutant, Rawlinson: John Chandos
The President: Geoffrey Keen
Lt-Col Reeve: Maurice Denham

: Seven of One

starring Ronnie Barker and featuring Roy Castle in Another Fine Mess by HUGH LEONARD
Harry and Sydney - alias Laurel and Hardy - bid for stardom - and no funeral is going to stop them.
Executive producer james GILBERT Producer haiioi.h snoad (First shown on BBC2;

Contributors

Unknown: Ronnie Barker
Unknown: Hugh Leonard
Producer: James Gilbert
Harry Norvel: Ronnie Barker
Doris Norvel: Avis Binnage
Cissie: Margery Mason
Neighbour: Pearl Hackney
Dinah Norvel: Sally Brelsford
Sydney Jefferson: Koy Castle
Edwina: Pauline Delany
F'inlay: Dennis Ramsden

: Nine O'Clock News

with Kenneth Kendall and Peter Woods ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Kendall
Unknown: Peter Woods

: The Commanders

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. 3: Georgi Zhukov, Marshal of the Soviet Union
The commander who survived Stalin's ruthless purges of the 1930s, who dared to argue with the Russian dictator and who finally led the Red Armies to victory against the Nazi aggressor.
The commander whose elemental force of character and iron will proved equal to the savagery and suffering sustained on the Eastern Front during World War II.
Zhukov - the commander who never lost a battle.
Written by Correlli Barnett Narrated by Frank Gillard
Quotations from the writings of Marshal Zhukov read by VICTOR GREGORIY
Producer Harry Hastings Director Maurice Kanareck

Contributors

Unknown: Georgi Zhukov
Written By: Correlli Barnett
Read By: Victor Gregoriy
Producer: Harry Hastings

: Film 73

Barry Norman looks at some new releases for the holidays, including the latest Disney The World's Greatest Athlete.

Contributors

Presenter: Barry Norman
Producer: Patricia Ingram

: Midweek on Drugs

All three editions this week are devoted to one subject - drug abuse.
1: The Global Connection
On its way from the poppy fields of Turkey and South East Asia to the pavements of New York, Paris and London, the value of a gram of heroin rises 70,000 per cent. Tom Mangold follows the heroin trail, and the corruption and crime, between grower and addict.

Contributors

Reporter: Tom Mangold
Producer: Tony Summers
Editor: Peter Pagnamenta

: Late Night News

: Where Do We Stand

... on Personal Morality?








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