9.30-9.55 Economics of the Real World
10: Pollution - A Cost of Growth? Book 45p: page 90
10.23-10.43 Let's Look at Wales A Shepherd's Calendar BBC Wales
11.10 Special Programmes: Fire
Last year as a result of fires a thousand people died - half from asphyxiation. This Horizon film probes the cause of the increase in fires and asks what can be done about it. Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN Producer BRUCE NORMAN
12.0 Engineering Craft Studies Cutting tools: a closer look
Is there any similarity between one cutting tool and another? Commentary by PAUL BARNES Producer robin GWYN
2.55 The Joe Coral Golden Hurdle (Qualifying Race) Handicap with £1,000 added to a sweepstakes (over three miles and a few yards)
3.25 The Bristol Long Distance Novices' Hurdle Race (Division 2) A plate of E500 (over three miles and a few yards)
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN and CLIVE GRAHAM
Reporter JULIAN WILSON
Presented for television by BARRIE EDGAR
A programme for children under 5 The River That Rushed Too Much Written and illustrated by DENIS WRIGLEY Presenters
MIRANDA CONNELL , DON SPENCER
Pianist PETER PETTINGER
Percussonist ALAN RUSHTON Designer JANET BUDDEN
Scriptwriter HELEN PALMER Director ALBERT BARBER Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
with Michael Robbins Nowhere to Stop by GERALDINE KAYE
Today : A Place to Stop
Pictures by GARETH FLOYD
Adapted and directed by JOHN PROWS1 Producer DAPHNE JONES
Executive producer ANNA home
' The Christmas Bower with Elaine StTilch
Valerie Singleton presents a personal report on some happenings today and yesterday in six capital cities of Europe. 4: Paris
Val rides on the express Metro; tells the sad story of Toulouse Lautrec, the crippled painter; meets a top fashion designer and learns that the Paris fashion parade was started by an English-man!
Producer EDWARD BARNES Director DAVID brown
(including Regional Weather) Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT FRANK BOUGH , BOB WELLLNGS and SUELAWLEY with Sport on Friday
Jimmy Hill looks ahead to the weekend and spotlights the major sporting events.
Editor MICHAEL BUNCE
(Regional details as Monday)
starring Robert Young
Janis Carter , Jack Beutel
Peaceful Indian tribes become restless when unscrupulous white traders keep the reservations short of supplies, and when the Apaches eventually revolt only two men, a half-breed and a gambler, can prevent a massacre.
Director STUART GILMORE
This Week's films: page 11
The Mitchell Minstrels featuring MARGARET SAVAGE TED DARLING , ANDY COLE
LES RAWLINGS , KARL SCOTT
ELSPETH HANDS, DOROTHY OGDEN Guest star Pepe Jaramillo The Clem Vickery Vellum Stompers with The Television Toppers
Choreography by ROY GUNSON
Vocal arrangements by GEORGE MITCHELL Orchestra: leader KENNY BAKER Conducted by GEORGE MITCHELL and AI.AN BRISTOW
Make-up SYLVIA JAMES
Costume designer VERITY LEWIS Lighting GEOFF SHAW
Sound ADRIAN B1SHOP-LAGGETT Designer PETER BRACHACKI Producer ERNEST MAXIN
(The Black and White Minstrels are appearing at the New Victoria Theatre, London, and at the Bristol Hippodrome)
Murder Must Advertise by DOROTHY L. SAYERS adapted in four parts by BILL CRAIG with Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter
2: Victor Dean was murdered ... says Death Bredon - alias Lord Peter Wimsey , now an ' employee' of Pym's Publicity. But why was he murdered? ... by whom? ... and who will be next?
Designer ANTONY THORPE Producer Richard BEYNON Director ROONEY BENNETT
Dian de Momerie:
Chief Inspector Parker:
A film series starring with with guest stars
Dane Clark , Johnny Seven But When She was Bad
Set-up for murder. With the help of an embittered young woman Shelley Kingman , who has no reason to care about anybody, a ruthless gangland boss puts into operation a fool-proof plan to kill Ironside ...
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