With Alex Glasgow
10.0 Merry-go-Round: More Puppets
Introduced by Gabriel Woolf with Olwen Griffiths and children from Prior Weston and MacAulay Schools
10.23-10.43 Maths Workshop: Stage 1: Number Patterns
11.0 British Social History: The Coming of the Mills
11.22 Music Time: Programme 3
11.45 New Horizons: Tomorrow's Child
Jack Ashley, MP, Labour Member of Parliament for Stoke-on-Trent, champion of the disabled, and author of Journey Into Silence
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore
Bob Langley, Marian Foster, and David Seymour present the ideas, activities, music and personalities of the day from the informal atmosphere of the entrance hall of the Broadcasting Centre at Pebble Mill in Birmingham.
Today: Bob and Marian take a look at yoga.
Plus a chat with today's Weatherman, Bert Foord, at 1.30
with Rick Jones
2.2 Words and Pictures: Programme 3
2.20 Drama: Chips with Everything: Part 3
by Arnold Wesker
[Starring] Simon Ward
Author (Chips with Everything):
...by children from abroad
Scotland's most celebrated sculptor is 81. He is as active mentally and physically as a 40-year-old. Even the images which invade his home via television can inspire him -like the figure of a diving goalkeeper, a fellow of infinite grace, which Benno Schotz models, from start to finish, for the Scope camera.
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 what makes a boy into a fellow fit for Eton.
Story: "The Winding Road" by Donald Bisset
Presenters this week Toni Arthur, Brian Cant
Author (The Winding Road):
by E. Nesbit
with Arthur Lowe
'Of course you know that dragons were once as common as buses are now and almost as dangerous.'
with John Noakes, Peter Purves, Lesley Judd
Blue Peter Tenth Book, 60p: see page 78; Paddington's Blue Peter Story Book, available from Booksellers, price ÃÂ£1.25
The White trapper Nathaniel and his friend the Chingahawk set out to guide a party of immigrants on an epic journey to the West
English version by:
De Lane Lea
with Richard Whitmore; Weather
bringing you news and views in your region tonight
Presented by Michael Barratt, Frank Bough and Bob Wellings
Written by Eric Sykes
Starring Eric Sykes, Hattie Jacques, Richard Wattis
with Tony Jacklin, Richard Caldicot, Sam Kydd, Felix Bowness, Robert Bridges, Leslie Noyes
Hattie finds Eric's mania for golf impossible to live with so, if you can't beat 'em... But to everyone's surprise - especially Eric's - it is Hattie who is impossible to beat, in theory anyway, and she ends up giving coaching lessons to the greats of the golf world.
(Richard Caldicot is appearing in 'No Sex Please, We're British' at the Strand Theatre, London)
This mission - to pick up the scientific team from the dying planet and then to observe the final disintegration from a safe orbit, but its death throes spawn a deadly peril for the crew of the Enterprise and send them hurtling crazily towards destruction.
The Shah of Iran now spends more on arms than Israel does - and the West hurries to supply the man who controls one-third of the world's oil.
Richard Lindley inspects the Shah's war machine and talks to this King of Kings who believes he has a mission from God.
A weekly dip into the treasury of natural history film with David Attenborough
with Robert Dougall and Richard Whitmore and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world
Starring Leslie Phillips as Henry Newhouse in The Adventures of a 20th-century Libertine by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson
featuring Jan Holden as Carol Newhouse and Hugh Paddick as the compere
Henry judges a beauty contest and naturally hopes that it might provide him with some feminine companionship.
Starring Nicol Williamson, Ian Holm, David Warner
It was tough luck that on the eve of his departure from Germany, L/Bdr Evans should have been assigned to guard duty.
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