9.30 Economics of the Real World: 4: Fine Tuning
What are the effects of Governments' failure to avoid Stop-Go on two of the British Economy's vital industries - motor cars and machine tools?
Book 45p: see page 82
10.0 Look and Read: Where is Tom?
10.23-10.43 Let's Look at Wales: Cardigan Bay
11.0 A Job Worth Doing?: Law and Order
11.27-11.47 Scene: Sent Away from Home
12.0 Engineering Craft Studies: Heat Treatment
Producer (Let's Look at Wales):
with Marian Foster, David Seymour and Donny MacLeod and The Border March with Bob Langley; Collectors' Corner with Arthur Negus and a chat with today's Weatherman Keith Best at 1.30
Presenter (The Border March):
Expert (Collectors' Corner):
Story by Alison Prince
2.2 Twentieth-Century Focus: The Fashion World
2.25 People of Many Lands: Northern India: The Himalayas: Kulu
3.0 Dick Dawson Stakes (Nursery Handicap) (1 mile Round Course)
3.30 Wyld Court and Tom Masson Trophy Hurdle Race (2 miles)
Sam Costa with more memories and anecdotes from his life in show business.
A programme for children under S
by Oliver Postgate
The Clangers suffer from a shortage of consumer goods, but they prefer life that way.
Film by Smallfilms
Puppets and settings:
by Ray Pope
Adapted and directed by Jeremy Swan
with Alfred Lynch
Today: A Hard Bargain
(Next week: 'Pippi Goes Aboard' with Patricia Routledge)
Introduced by Roy Castle with Ross and Norris McWhirter and Dilys Morgan who discover the fastest - slowest - strongest - highest - toughest - anyone or anything that claims to be a record breaker.
New records will be attempted. Existing records may be broken. Famous old records will be reconstructed. This week's special guest Wally Herbert, leader of the British Trans-Arctic Expedition.
with Robert Dougall
Bringing you news and views in your region tonight (including Regional Weather)
Presented by Michael Barratt, Frank Bough and Bob Wellings
with Sport on Friday
Jimmy Hill looks ahead to the weekend and spotlights the major sporting events.
(Regional details as Monday)
Presenter (Sport on Friday):
[Starring] Alan Ladd, Lizabeth Scott, Arthur Kennedy, John Ireland
Colorado territory: 1865. The American Civil War is drawing to a close. But on both sides hatred dies hard. Two men and a woman are caught up in these lawless days of murder and greed. Divided among themselves they face a common enemy: a gang of guerrilla raiders - led by the dreaded General Quantrell.
This Week's Films: page 11
The first major international gymnastic competition ever to be staged in Great Britain brings to the Empire Pool at Wembley over 40 of the world's leading women gymnasts, including Russia's entry of Ludmila Toureshcheva (the reigning World, Olympic and European Champion) and Olga Korbut.
Introduced by David Vine
(Organised by the BAGA in association with The Sunday Times)
Hard graft: page 15
Produced for television by:
with Robert Dougall and Peter Woods; Weather
The second programme of a two-part investigation by Christopher Brasher into the safety of drugs. After the Thalidomide disaster, many countries, including Britain, set up medical committees to monitor the safety of drugs. But the drug companies still persist with massive promotional campaigns aimed at the medical profession. And we, the patients, often compound this pressure by insisting our doctors 'give us something.' And yet there is no such thing as a safe drug. There have been, and indeed still are, drugs responsible for massive disasters.
Whoever Robin Day's guests are tonight, you can rely on the Talk-In to produce challenging and critical arguments on an important topic of today.
David Vine introduces highlights of the dramatic closing stages of this competition which earlier this evening decided the title of Champion of Europe.
A season of feature films made for television.
Tonight starring George Maharis, Nehemiah Persoff
The Philippines: World War II. Two American soldiers escape from a Japanese prison camp. Destination: Mindanao.