Speedy Arkansas Traveller
Waves happen everywhere - hills, carpets and TV sets for instance, and springs and millipedes and matches.
Tony Hart , Pat Keysell
Sylvester McCoy and Wilf Lunn and his extraordinary machinery with THE PROF
A report on yesterday's events at the National Eisteddfod, held this year in Cricieth, Gwynedd.
With MAGGIE HENDERSON and FRED HARRIS
Music by PETER GOSLING and gave MOSES Written and produced by MICHAEL COLE
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Weatherman BARBARA EDWARDS
Bro Dwyfor 1975
The Chairing Ceremony Another visit to the pavilion of the National Eisteddfod at Cricieth for the second of this week's major ceremonies, when the Eisteddfod chair will be awarded to the winner of the competition for an ode written in the strict metre.
This afternoon's ceremony is described by Alun Williams
Television presentation Dewi Griffiths
(Simultaneous commentary in Welsh by R. Alun Evans on BBC Wales)
Where poets are prized: pages 4 and 5
A programme for children under 5
Samantha's adventures in magic
John Craven travels by the Rocket - an ancient paddle-steamer - to South Bangladesh - land of cyclones. Here plans for the long-term future are under way - plans for more crops, more wells, more schools. 'It's not a hopeless situation,' says John Craven, 'if only nature will give Bangladesh a few good breaks.'
Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman
Look North, South Today, Look East, Midlands Today, Points West, Spotlight South West followed by Regional Weather (London only: Nationwide)
(Regional details as Friday)
Introduced by Jeffery Boswall The Public Life of the Street Pigeon
You see them here, you see them there;
You see street pigeons nearly everywhere!
A flock of street pigeons is not a chance collection of odd coloured gutter-snipes but of birds wonderfully suited to survive as our urban partners. This has enabled them to become probably the most successful birds in the world.
We have in turn developed pigeons tailor-made for speed, navigation, beauty and even freaks that you can roll along the ground like bowls - and some which fall from the sky in fits.
Filmed by MAURICE TIBBLES
Written and produced by JOHN SPARKS Executive producer JEFFERY BOSWALL (Bristol)
Questionmaster David Vine featuring 50 years of world sporting action
Henry Cooper and Cliff Morgan return to captain two teams of sporting celebrities.
Guests this week include
Paddy McMahon , Alan Pascoe Gerry Francis , Phil Read
Director KEITH PHILLIPS
Producer HAZEL LEWTHWAITE (Manchester)
Discs, stars and the news from this week's Top Thirty
Introduced by Jimmy Savile
Top of the Pops Orchestra
Musical director Johnny Pearson Pan's People
Choreography Flick Colby Sound Laurie Taylor
Assistant producer Brian Penders Producer Robin Nash
BBCtv's Best of Top of the Pops, Volume 2, is on sale now from record shops, on the Beeb label, price Â£2.75
by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT starring co-starring and featuring
The Natives are Revolting
Overnight, the Union Jack has been lowered and the Indian National Flag put in its place. The Sergeant-Major tries to find out who did it.
Designers BARBARA GOSNOLD and VICTOR MEREDITH
Producer DAVID CROFT
Punka Wallah Rumzan:
ROBBIE takes' a long look backwards to the years of eating innocence he remembers nostalgically and forward to developments that add up to an eating future we couldn't have imagined a short generation ago.
' You don't just eat a superlative meal, you take your time and savour gratefully its subtleties of aroma, texture, and above all flavour. I'm interested in food. Don't you too think that eating is one of life's greatest pleasures? ' ROBBIE is Fyfe Robertson
Music by IAN CAMPBELL Producer TOM SAVAGE
with Kenneth Kendall and Peter Woods ; Weather
by LEO TOLSTOY : dramatised in nine parts by JACK PULMAN
Part 6: Andrei's absence and the fact that his father refused to accept her, is too much for Natasha.
Producer DAVID CONROY Director JOHN DAVIES
(First shown on BBC2)
War and Peace, a RADIO TIMES SPECIAL 25p post paid, available from [address removed]
to Robin Day Part 1
Hartley Shawcross - Barrister, MP, Attorney General and President of the Board of Trade in the Attlee Government, Prosecutor at Nuremberg War Crimes tribunal, Counsel in many famous trials, President of the Bar Council, Chairman of a Royal Commission on the Press, the City Panel on takeovers and mergers, the Press Council, Thames Television, Chancellor of Sussex University and since 1959 Baron Shawcross of Friston.
LORD SHAWCROSS, in his first major television interview for ten years, in conversation with ROBIN DAY, reflects on current issues and on his varied and controversial career in public life.
Producer CHRISTOPHER CAPRON Port 2: next Thursday