9.41 Merry-go-Round: Making puppets
10.3 Countdown: Sure to win
10.25-10.45 Music in Action: 2: The Prophetic Seer
11.0 Going to Work: Hairdressing
11.25 Science Extra: Biology: A Place to Live
11.50 Twentieth-Century Focus: Publication Date
A film about the writing and publishing of a book with Gilbert Phelps
Subject (Twentieth-Century Focus):
Producer (Twentieth-Century Focus):
Played over the Ailsa Course Turnberry, Ayrshire
Last year's staging of this event was subjected to the full range of the weather conditions expected from the locate which boasts some of the highest recorded wind speeds in the British Isles. Nevertheless, the quality of golf from the Championship field was a complete vindication of their stature - personified by the immaculate final round of 70 by Gay Brewer in atrocious conditions which put him into second place only one shot behind the winner, Bob Charles.
Directed for television by:
Directed for television by:
Told by Gordon Rollings.
Racing from Ascot
2.30 Clarence House Stakes (6 furlongs)
3.0 Diadem Stakes (6 furlongs)
3.35 Cumberland Lodge Stakes (1 1/4 miles)
Golf: The John Player Classic 1973
played over the Ailsa Course Turnberry, Ayrshire
TV Presentation (Racing):
Boris leaves his shoe-making business with his wife, Marianna, to live once more in the forest.
Story told by Johnny Morris
by George Selden
with Al Mancini
Today: The Picket Line
with John Noakes, Peter Purves and Lesley Judd
Expedition - Ivory Coast
John, Peter and Lesley cross the jungle barefoot on a sweeping creeper bridge to find the ten-foot stilt dancers of Gouessesso.
with Richard Baker; Weather
News and views in your region (including Regional Weather)
Presented by Michael Barratt, Frank Bough and Bob Wellings
with Tibenham's Travels
Philip Tibenham takes a narrow-boat and explores 500 miles of Britain's inland waterways.
(Regional details as Monday)
Reporter (Tibenham's Travels):
Raymond Baxter with reporters William Woollard, Michael Rodd introduces the television weekly science report from around the world.
Discs, stars and the news from this week's Top Thirty
Introduced by Noel Edmonds
Top of the Pops Orchestra
Top of the Pops
by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson
starring Leslie Phillips as Henry Newhouse
featuring Jan Holden as Carol Newhouse and Josephine Tewson as Mrs Kershaw with Maureen Lipman as Gloria
When Henry is caught taking a girl out for an Italian meal, the saying 'Love Thy Neighbour' unexpectedly acquires new meaning.
(Leslie Phillips is appearing in "The Man Most Likely To" at the Duke of York's Theatre; Josephine Tewson in "Who's Who" at the Fortune Theatre, London; Maureen Lipman is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company)
(Leslie Phillips is featured in Radio Times 50th Anniversary Souvenir which is on sale now, price 50p)
Mrs Kershaw's friend:
Sunningdale School, Berkshire, is a fee-paying prep school with a cherished reputation - it gets nine out of ten of its boys into Eton. How is it done? David Dimbleby treads the corridors to find how this schoolboy world full of unforgettable sounds and smells, strange quirks and funny rituals, punishments and prizes will blend together to make a boy into a fellow fit for Eton.
with Robert Dougall and Richard Whitmore; Weather
[Starring] William Conrad as Frank Cannon
At night on an isolated beach, Nealy is an unseen witness. But who believes an old wino?
Written by Richard Waring
The award-winning comedy series created by Brian Clemens and Richard Waring
CCTA Award Winner
Starring John Alderton and Hannah Gordon
with Terence Edmond, Molly Urquhart
When George's navigator lets him down at the last minute, he has no choice but to ask Suzy to accompany him on the firm's 'treasure hunt' car rally.
Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy together with Nicholas Harman