Economics of the Real World 9: Growth and People Book 45p; see page 62
10.0 Look and Read In the space-ship
Ffenestri Cyfres i blant tua. 6 oed 6: Gweld Gwenyn
Cyflwynydd GAYNOR MORGAN REES Cynhyrchydd WYNNE LLOYD (Windows. BBC Wales)
11.0 Colour A Job Worth Doing? Retail and Distribution
11.27-11.47 Scene Ugandan Asians:
Engineering Craft Studies
Material removal: principles Commentary by PAUL BARNES Producer ROBIN GWYN
Facing the Music
Joseph Cooper , of Face the Music programme, talks about the piano, which is now making a comeback - not as the status symbol it used to be, but as a musical instrument that people actually play.
Producer MICHAEL PRIESTLEY
with Thora Hird
Bill Tidy , Mike Harding Dave, June and Sam Brian Fitzgerald and Stuart talking to collectors and cooks
Producer DOUGLAS BOYD
(Thora Hird is in ' No. No. Nanette ' at Drury Lane Theatre, London)
A programme for children under 5 Story: Kati and the Eskimos by MARIE HERBERT Presenters
CAROL CHELL , RAY C. DAVIS
Pianist PAUL READE
Designer ANDREE WELSTEAD HORNBY Scriptwriter JUDY WHITFIELD Director JOHN LANE
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
with Keith Buckley Gods o/ the North
Today: The Death of Balder
Written by MARK BOSELY. from traditional sources Pictures by PAUL BIRKBECK Director MARILYN FOX
Producer DAPHNE JONES
Executive producer ANNA HOME
Valerie Singleton presents a personal report on some happenings today and yesterday in six capital cities of Europe. 3: Edinburgh
Val tells the true story of Grey-friars Bobby, the most faithful dog in the world, and meets ANDREW ROSS who has made bag-pipes for 60 years.
Producer EDWARD BARNES
Director DAVID TVRNBULL
News and views in your region (including Regional Weather) Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT FRANK BOUGH , BOB WELLINGS and SUE LAWLEY with Sport on Friday
Jimmy Hill looks ahead to the weekend and spotlights the major sporting events.
Editor MICHAEL BUNCE
(Regional details as Monday)
Audie Murphy , Lisa Gaye
Lyle Bettger , Walter Brennan Crown City is becoming a ghost town as the gold runs out, but just across the river in Indian territory there are rich veins.
Director NATHAN JURAN
starring The Mitchell Minstrels featuring MARGARET SAVAGE TED DARLING , ANDY COLE
LES RAWLINGS , KARL SCOTT
ELSPETH HANDS, DOROTHY OGDEN Guest star Semprini
The Clem Vickery Vellum Stompers with The Television Toppers
Choreography by ROY GUNSON
Vocal arrangements by GEORGE MITCHELL Orchestrations by ALAN BRISTOW
Orchestra conducted by GEORGE MITCHELL and ALAN BRISTOW
Designer PETER BRACHACKI Producer ERNEST MAXIN
(The Black and White Minstrels are appearing at the New Victoria Theatre, London, and the Bristol Hippodrome)
Murder Must Advertise by DOROTHY L. SAYERS
Adapted in four parts by BILL CRAIG with 1: A bright summer afternoon at Pym's Publicity ... spoilt when a young man falls to his death down the spiral staircase. But did he fall ... or was he ... ?
Film cameraman A. A. ENGLANDER Designer ANTONY THORPE
Producer Richard BEYNON Director RODNEY BENNETT A typical auntie: page 5
Chief Inspector Parker:
with with guest stars
Miko Mayama , Soon-Talk Oh
Joss Sticks and Wedding Bells
A happy surprise for Ironside. Chong Lee, his Korean foster-daughter, arrives in San Francisco. She has come to be married.
But with the wedding preparations in full swing, Ironside and his team are called to investigate a robbery - and the suspect is Chong's fiance.
and Officer Fran Belding:
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