The Captain has unorthodox ways of dealing with sharks, but they're highly successful. (Colour)
Hywel Gwynfryn in the Far East
Weatherman JACK SCOTT
New comedy adventures of the enchanting Samantha and her mere mortal husband Darrin. starring
Elizabeth Montgomery as Samantha Dick York as Darrin Agnes Moorehead as Endora
Today: Samantha Goes South for a Spell.... and poor Darrin has to go back 100 years to try and break it!
starring Cary Grant, Ginger Rogers, Marilyn Monroe with Charles Coburn, Hugh Marlowe
Not another showing of the Marx Brothers classic but Howard Hawks's screwball comedy about a chemist who inadvertently discovers the elixir of life and tests it out on his wife and his board of directors.
This Week's Films: page 12
Sylvester in Heir Conditioned (Colour) and An Adventure to Remember
Spectacular scenes from the silent film classic 'Isle of Lost Ships'
A programme for children under 5
with Hannah Gordon Up the Pier by HELEN CRESSWELL
Carrie Meets the Pontifexes
Introduced by Roy Castle with Ross and Norris McWhirter who discover the fastest - slowest - strongest - highest - toughest - anyone or anything that claims to be a record breaker.
This week's special guest:
John Lees , the fastest man in the world to walk across North America.
Designer DAVID JONES
Producer ALAN RUSSELL
starring Una McLean as Flora Havers and Captain Bonny and Walter Carr as Mr Knott Don' Mess with Loch Ness by PHILIP GRIFFIN and PAUL CIANI
The success of Flora's TV stories about Captain Bonny brings her fame - as people seek her help in dealing with their problems. Today, she sets off with her friends in a yellow submarine bound for Loch Ness, where with Captain Bonny's help, she foils a plan to kidnap the Loch Ness monster.
Additional material bv JOHN MORLEY Music by ALISTAIR MCDONALD Designer PIERO RINALDI Producer PAUL CIANI
with Richard Whitmore Weather
followed by Regional Weather (London only: Nationwide)
(Regional details as Monday)
3: Exotic Animals
Michael Rodd is entertained by Noddy and Choppers, two chimpanzees trained by Molly Badham at Twycroft Zoo.
Here a specialist collection of apes ranges from the formidable gorilla-who enjoys his daily bath - to the rare and astonishing proboscis monkeys, the only ones to be seen in this country.
What are the problems of importing and exporting animals such as these? In a year a million animal passengers pass through Heathrow alone. Until they continue their journey all are cared for at the RSPCA hostel - the first of its kind in the world whose director Neville Whittaker always has to be prepared to house and feed any living creature however big or small.
Producer MARY EVANS
In the chair Eleanor Summerfield This week with Fanny Cradock and Nicholas Parsons
An addict's game-for punsters and crossworders.
Devised by MARK GOODSON/BILL TODMAN Director GEOFF WILSON
Producer CECIL KORER
Tonight: Tate: Ramrod starring
James Drury as The Virginian Lee Majors as Roy Tate
The obliging foreman of Shiloh loans one of his top hands to help a neighbour little knowing what a tough assignment it would turn out to be - not that he could have chosen better.
Written by ROY CLARKE starring Michael Bates as Blamire Bill Owen as Compo Peter Sallis as Clegg Clegg thinks that the time has come for him and his friends to widen their horizons. With this in mind they buy an old car.
Music composed and conducted by RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Designer ANDY DIMOND
Producer JAMES GILBERT
with Richard Baker and Richard Whitmore Weather
Tuesday's Documentary The first of two films by RAMSAY SHORT
Douglas, the subject of tonight's programme, suffers from manic-depression, a form of madness.
' It's really an exaggeration of the normal mood swings that we all have,' explains Douglas's psychiatrist. Douglas does not define his madness-he simply tells what it feels like to be mad: ' There's the attraction of madness -I do find that when I'm high I get fascinated by the proximity of a lot of mad people, I find it calming in a way.'
Madness is elusive - cameras simply record a manic episode in Douglas's life -his home, his wife, his psychiatrists, the 70 days he spent in a mental hospital and his return to a normal life.
One man's madness: page 4
Reviews of the new films include The Tamarind Seed, starring Julie Andrews , and a look at ' Eroticism in the Cinema,' a new season at the National Film Theatre, by Barry Norman ...
' I first became interested in eroticism on seeing Silvana Magnano 's thighs in Bitter Rice, at a time when I was hardly old enough to know what a thigh was.'
Producer PATRICIA INGRAM
The people behind the stories, the people the stories affect and the people with something to say. Introduced by Julian Pettifer
Tom Mangold, Vincent Hanna, Michael Cockerell, Bill Kerr Elliott, David Jessel, Julian Mounter and David Lomax are the Midweek correspondents.
Deputy editor JOHN GAU
Editor PETER PAGNAMENTA