Prince Noggin must choose a queen within six weeks or lose his throne to his wicked uncle Nogbad the Bad.
4: The Island
Chuck and P.T. run a round-the-clock helicopter service. When no other machine can get through the Whirlybirds are ready.
Survival on the Reef
Only the very largest fish are safe from being eaten-most reef inhabitants are someone else's dinner.
Producer DAVID CORDINGLEY
A BBC/NDR co-production
Gillette Cup: Quarter-final Yorkshire v Lancashire from Headingley
These great cricketing rivals meet again for a place in the semi-finals of this 60-over competition.
Introduced by PETER WEST
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD and JIM LAKER
Television presentation by DAVID KENNING and JOHN SHREWSBURY
Weatherman JACK SCOTT
Visitor by PATRICK and MOLLIE MATTHEWS Told by RICHARD BAKER
With DEREK GRIFFITHS
What is the Moon Made of? Illustrated by MINA MARTINEZ
Written and directed by PETER CHARLTON
Gillette Cup: Quarter-final Yorkshire v Lancashire
3.10 Goodwood Stakes (Handicap; 2m 3f)
3.40 The Sussex Stakes (Old Mile)
Commentators PETER o'SULLEVAN and JOHN HANMER
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Television presentation by DENNIS MONGER
A programme for children under 5 Story: The Discontented Worm by JANET LYNCH-WATSON Presenters
SARAH LONG , JON GLOVER
with Judi Dench
Moominsummer Madness by TOVE JANSSON
Today: Midsummer's Eve
The Exterminator: 2
A suspense-filled cartoon series starring the members of Mystery Inc and their cowardly hound, Scooby-Doo.
with John Craven
The Young Music Makers
In the first of this new series of special reports JOHN CRAVEN spent ten days with 92 young members of the London Schools Symphony Orchestra (conductor Frederick Applewhite ), as they prepared for a concert at the Royal Festival Hall in May.
Film cameraman JOHN TURNER Sound recordist GEORGE CASSEDY Film editor TOM POORE
Producer DAVID TURNBULL ... pupil power: page 4
with Richard Baker Weather
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)
Given the grim task of seeking survivors on Omicron Ceti III, which has become exposed to deadly rays, Kirk is astounded to find everyone well and content. He becomes baffled and then, fortunately, enraged at the insidious effect on his crew, even Spock succumbing.
by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT starring
Michael Bates as Rangi Ram A Star is Born
Sgt-Major Williams persuades the Colonel to go on leave - nothing stands between the Concert Party and Jungle Training-except Solly Featuring
George Layton as Bdr Solomons
Windsor Davies as BSM Williams and Melvyn Hayes as Gnr Beaumont
Designer BARBARA GOLSWOLD Producer DAVID CROFT
Char Wallah Muhammed:
Punka Wallah Rumzan:
A four-part serial by COLIN MORRIS starring
Virginia McKenna 1: Rebellion
Starting in 1914, this is the true-life story of Jack Howard , 20th Earl of Suffolk and 13th Earl of Berkshire who, after a dissolute youth, became one of the most remarkable Englishmen of his time, described as ' a mixture between Drake and the Scarlet Pimpernel.'
Producer ANTHONY READ Director GERALD BLAKE
Margaret, Countess of Suffolk:
19th Earl of Suffolk:
Cecil Howard (Cis):
Dowager Countess of Suffolk:
Captain of Osborne:
Col Edward Gilette:
with Richard Baker and Peter Woods ; Weather
by JOHN CHAPMAN and ERIC MERRIMAN starring
Terry Scott and June Whitfield as Terry and June Fletcher
When the Vicar calls about the Jumble, it's not just rubbish that he collects - there's a Lesson in it for him as well.
Designers RAY LONDON . CHRISTINE RUSCOE Producer PETER WHITMORE
Five programmes from the BBC2 award-winning series. Hospital 1922
Leeches extracted blood from swollen livers. Arthritics were treated by the removal of their teeth, tonsils and parts of their large intestine. Typical normal cases taken from the records of Charing Cross Hospital in 1922. With the help of today's doctors and nurses, Horizon reconstructs a day in the life of Charing Cross just 50 years ago. And contrasts it with the new Charing Cross.
The programme shows how much we have advanced, and how people's expectations of life have changed. How much have we gained, or lost?
Narrator FRANK GILLARD
Editor PETER GOODCHILD Producer BRIAN GIBSON
Introduced by Julian Pettifer including Dancing Again
When ballet dancers Valery and Gatina Panov were finally allowed out of Russia a few weeks ago, it was only after a long campaign by admirers in the West. Now the Panovs are about to come to London to thank the people who helped them.
TOM MANGOLD has been to see the Panovs in Israel as they settle in a new flat and start training in the Bat-Dor Company studios. Panov says the first workouts were torture, he was so stiff after two years when he was prevented from dancing in Russia.
Producer CLIVE SYDDALL
Editor PETER PAGNAMENTA
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