9.38-9.53 Out of the Past Bridge Spotting
10.25-10.45 History 1917-73 Mao's China
11.0 Colour Watch!
Bees and Honey: Honey from the comb and hexagonal patterns. Story: A Drop of Honey. Presented by JEAN ROGERS and STEPHEN BRADLEY Puppets by ALAN PLATT
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON
11.18 Going to Work Books and Printing
The Primary School
A film that shows what happens when human beings are brought face to face with a code to which they must conform.
It all seems like play
It is the start of term at an Infants' School. Two. small boys from dissimilar backgrounds are about to begin their state education. The film follows their progress for three months - and shows how they, in different ways, come to terms with the disguised discipline that underlines modern infant teaching methods.
Film editor PAM BOSWORTH Director TIM KING
A weekly series introduced by Johnny Morris The World of Animals
In the wild, in the zoo, at home - a magazine of stories about animals constantly illustrating their own kind of magic.
Directors GEORGE INGER , ROBIN HELLIER Producer DOUGLAS THOMAS (from Bristol)
Introduced by Ron Pickering and this week's guest
Britain's fastest-ever woman sprinter Andrea Lynch
The first heat in this sporting series between schools who play a variety of games both out of doors and in a swimming pool. This week the teams are from
STONEHILL HIGH SCHOOL, Birstall, Leicester and CASTLE HILLS SCHOOL, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire
Research JENNIFER WHITE Producer ALAN RUSSELL
Look North, South Today
Look East, Midlands Today Points West and Spotlight South West bringing you news and views in your region tonight
(including Regional Weather) Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT FRANK BOUGH , BOB WELLINGS and SUE LAWLEY
(Regional details as Monday)
Television's big quiz show in which two teams from show business test their knowledge of 50 years of film comedies, dramas, musicals and westerns.
Chairman Michael Aspel presides over the game in which Michael Parkinson
Kate O'Mara , Harry H. Corbett challenge
Suzanna Leigh , Ned Sherrin
Programme consultant PETER NOBLE Director DES SISSONS Producer JOHN BUTTERY (from Manchester)
A western series featuring the adventures of the three top hands from the Shiloh ranch and its new British owner.
Follow the Leader starring
Doug McClure as Trampas
The colonel's lovely niece could hardly have chosen a better time to visit the wild west for first-hand experience of its lawlessness with Ritter and his crazy relatives on the rampage.
The Last Man on Earth by RAY GALTON and ALAN simpson starring
Dandy Nichols and Ronald Fraser
It must have happened while they were at Frinton, painting their caravan. Yes, but what happened? Where has everybody gone?
Signature music by RON GRAINER
Incidental music by DENNIS WILSON Designer VALERIE WARRENDER Producer GRAEME MUIR
A report by Hugh Burnett
1 Place the palms of both hands on the ground. Place the navel on both elbows and balancing thus, stretch the body backward like a stick. This position destroys all diseases, removes abdominal disorders, digests unwholesome food, increases the appetite and destroys the most deadly poison.'
In this kind of detail an ancient Indian text book, the Hatha Yoga Pradipika, spells out the ways of purifying the body by physical and mental effort, in order to reach union with God. But this is only the beginning and the West has little idea of the truth about Yoga.
Tonight's film, made in the Yoga training centres and hospitals in India, sets out to explain the intricate techniques, the philosophy and the purpose of Yoga - to escape the suffering and miseries of this world where the spirit is trapped in the flesh and bones of humanity.
Photography TONY PIERCE-ROBERTS Film editor BILL WRIGHT
Barry Norman looks at the new films, including How to destroy the reputation of the Greatest Secret Agent directed by Phillipe
La Broca and starring Jean Paul Belmondo and Jacqueline Bisset.
Producer PATRICIA INGRAM
Vernon Sproxton recently talked with some of the younger staff of the World Council of Churches to uncover the thinking behind some recent developments. 1: David Gill an Australian Congregationalist who headed up a commission on ' Violence, Non-violence and Christian Responsibility' and who sees the ecumenical movement as ' an opportunity at long last to break out of the Christian tribalism which has so often haunted the life of the Church.'
Producer VERNON SPROXTON
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