9.41 Merry-go-Round: Under the Earth
10.3 Countdown: Million-Pound Decision
10.25 Music in Action: 8: 'You'll Never Walk Alone'
10.45 Words and Pictures: Programme 8
11.0 Going to Work: Butchery and the Meat Trade
11.25 Science Extra: Biology: Living on Others
11.50 Twentieth-Century Focus: Action in Deptford
With Bob Langley, Marian Foster, David Seymour and Donny MacLeod
Including live coverage from Heathrow Airport of Princess Anne and her husband as they leave for their honeymoon, Consumers at Large, and a chat with today's Weatherman Jack Scott at 1.30
Unmarried teenage mothers and their problems.
Starring Troy Donahue, Connie Stevens, Ty Hardin, Stefanie Powers and Robert Conrad
A bunch of youngsters, bent on fun, descend on Palm Springs, playground of the wealthy, for a wild weekend.
This Week's Films: page 15
by George MacDonald
with John Laurie
Today: Dr Kelman
with John Noakes, Peter Purves, Lesley Judd
by Elisabeth Beresford
Told by Bernard Cribbins
with Kenneth Kendall; Weather
(including Regional Weather)
Presented by Michael Barratt, Frank Bough and Bob Wellings
with Consumer Unit
Consumer problems and how to avoid them.
Presented by Valerie Singleton and Richard Stilgoe
(Regional details as Monday)
Presenter (Consumer Unit):
Presenter (Consumer Unit):
Another chance to see this special report first shown last May.
Raymond Baxter visited the capital of the world's largest but least-known nation, The People's Republic of China, as British businessmen displayed their technology at the biggest Western Trade Fair ever staged in Peking. Raymond Baxter reports on China's own progress in technology and medicine.
Introduced by Tony Blackburn
Top of the Pops Orchestra
Top of the Pops
Introduced by Magnus Magnusson from the University of Reading
Six visits to romantic and little-known parts of South-East Asia with David Attenborough
In the 'Spice Islands' of the Celebes in Indonesia live the Toradja people. They build spectacular boat-shaped houses and plough fields with teams of men whilst buffalo stand idly by. When a great nobleman dies there is a dramatic ceremony, but only after his widow has watched the coffin continuously for one year. The graveyards are in high, sheer cliffs where effigies of the dead stare out over one of the most beautiful landscapes in the world.
with Kenneth Kendall and Richard Whitmore and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world
by Douglas Livingstone
An early retirement and a seaside bungalow-for Arthur and Marion it's not a chance to miss, especially since their son is buying the bungalow. Arthur's full of plans - GCE, garden, beach - not to mention his own 'bit of an interesting diversion.' But after a year the delight is beginning to tarnish...
Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy together with Robert MacNeil
Vincent Hanna, Tom Mangold, Michael Cockerell, Bill Kerr Elliott, and Richard Lindley are the Midweek correspondents
A series of ten programmes
The most striking feature of a coral reef is the enormous number of brightly coloured fish. Why should fish be so colourful? Roland von Hentig continues his account of the coral reef of Comoro in the Indian Ocean by investigating the evolutionary reasons for different colour patterns.
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