A 24-part French course for beginners
Radio programmes: Wednesdays at 7,0 pm (R3 medium wave) and Sundays at 3.0 pm (R4 VHF)
Book 1 (same title), Â£1.30; record 1, Â£1.73, or cassette 1, Â£2.81. from bookshops
The programme about police affairs including Crime Line, the ' hot line' between police and the public - [number removed]
Presented by David Seymour and Mike Dornan
Director KEITH ACKRILL
Editor BRIAN GIBSON. BBC Birmingham
BOB LANGLEY, DONNY MACLEOD
MARIAN FOSTER and DAVID SEYMOUR present their selection of the activities, music, personalities and talking-points of the day - live from the entrance hall of the BBC Broadcasting Centre in Birmingham: including
Claire Rayner 's Family Advice
A programme for children under 5
Another hilarious adventure of Huck and his quest for the peaceful life.
with Kate Binchy , John Calrney and Kenneth Williams
Today: winning entries of the Writing Competition.
The cartoon adventures of the Day family.
An adventure serial in six parts by PIP AND JANE BAKER. Episode 6
Gerry is rescued and the paintings recovered - but the triumphant homecoming is short-lived.
Photography JOHN ELSE Sound BILL MEEKUMS
Film editor CHRIS WIMBLE Designer PETER BLACKER Producer Bill SELLARS
Director WILLIAM SLATER
English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
with Kenneth Kendall Weatherman
Look North, South Today
Look East, Midlands Today
Points West, Spotlight South West present news and views in your region tonight. Then at 6.25
MICHAEL BARRATT , FRANK BOUGH BOB WELLINGS and DILYS MORGAN present some of the more interesting stories of life in Britain, including Consumer Unit with Valerie Singleton, Richard Stilgoe
(Regional details as Monday)
A film starring John Mills, Sylvia Syms, Anthony Quayle
During the German offensive in Libya in 1942 Captain Anson, commander of a motor ambulance convoy, finds himself cut off from his unit with only an old ambulance to take him back to Alexandria. His companions are two young nurses and his sergeant Tom Pugh.
As the little party sets off on the long journey they meet Van der Poel, a South African captain, who begs a lift.
Films: page 11
Screenplay/From the novel by:
Sister Diana Murdoch:
Capt Van der Poel:
Sister Denise Norton:
with Kenneth Kendall and Peter Woods ; Weather
featuring the presentation to the Sports Personality of the Year by Lord Killanin, President of the International Olympic Committee. For the 22nd year, the leading names of sport gather together in the BBC Television Theatre to relive the outstanding events and performances of the year.
1975: a year that provided us with a golden summer of sport.
Athletics: the crowds came back to cheer the stars -Alan Pascoe , Brendan Foster , David Jenkins , Andrea Lynch
Cricket: a memorable first World Cup, and The Ashes' encounter with Australia, which produced a new hero in David Steele
Tennis: Arthur Ashe triumphed at Wimbledon
Racing: Ascot saw one of the greatest races of all time -
Golf: the dramatic play-off in The Open
1975 was a year which also produced a double World Champion in swimmer David Wilkie ; our Speedway riders retained the world team title; Britain's girls kept the Wightman Cup; Alan Taylor was West Ham's Cup Final hero; Muhammad AH fought the greatest fight of his life; and several famous names finally retired from their sport.
Tonight's programme features action from more than a dozen sports, and presentations to The Team of the Year The Outstanding
Introduced by Frank Bough and Harry Carpenter
Lighting NIGEL WRIGHT Designer KEITH HARRIS
Associate producer PAUL 1ANG Producer BRIAN VENNER Editor ALAN HART
with SUE LAWLEY, DENIS TUOHY and DONALD MACCORMICK
Reporters MICHAEL DELAHAYE VINCENT HANNA , DAVID JESSEL
RICHARD KERSHAW , DAVID LOMAX JULIAN MOUNTER , JOHN PITMAN and DAVID TAYLOR
Editor MICHAEL BUNCE
Is Earth the only inhabited world, or is our civilisation one of many? Patrick Moore looks at some of the stars which could be the centres of planetary systems, and speculates as to which of them could support life.