by ELISABETH BERESFORD
Told by BERNARD CRIBBINS
A three-part serial film
3: All the courage and the quick wits of the Dolphin and Tarin are needed to extricate them from the coils of the Sea-Serpent.
Story told by GARY WATSON Presented by PEGGY MILLER
Episode 3: Asterix and Pancramix make a magic potion for the Romans - with unusual results!
The smaller forest animals make their home near a waterfall in the bushland outside Sydney.
BOB LANGLEY, DONNY MACLEOD
MARIAN FOSTER and DAVID SEYMOUR present their selection of the ideas, activities, talking-points and personalities of the day - live from the Broadcasting Centre in Birmingham, including
Family Advice with Claire Rayner
Editor TERRY DOBSON
The programme about police affairs; including Crime Line, the ' hot line' between police and public: [number removed]
Introduced by David Seymour with MIKE Dornan
Director KEITH ACKRILL
Editor BRIAN GIBSON. BBC Birmingham
Story: The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse Presenters:
SAM WYSE, LIONEL MORTON
More adventures of Astronut and his pal, Oscar.
with Kenneth Williams
Dust-Up at the Royal Disco by NORMAN HUNTER
Today: Whose Move Next?
with Susan King
A series of seven programmes 6: The Canalman
Canals were once the main trade routes across the country. Whole families lived and worked on the 'narrow-boats' which ran along a vast network of waterways. Today goods are sent by road and rail, and the old narrow-boatman's way of life has almost gone for ever.
Susan travels along the canals in Lancashire and Cheshire with boatman JIM POSTLES , who talks about the past and the future of Britain's canals.
Film cameraman NAT CROSBY Film editor RICHARD SEEL Director DAVID TILLEY
Producer DAVID TURNBULL
A series in ten episodes 4: All for the Worst
Judy gets a lift on her long walk home from the Blue Mountains, while Meg finds that there are difficulties in trying to be too grown-up.
with Peter Woods Weatherman
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 today's Britain, including Consumer Unit with Valerie Singleton and Richard Stilgoe
Deputy editor STUART WILKINSON Editor JOHN GAU
A new season of some of the screen's greatest comedy hits. Tonight starring
Bud Abbott , Lou Costello
Bixby College is a very exclusive finishing school for young gentle-women. Or it was until Slats McCarthy and Oliver Quackenbush arrived on the hallowed grounds to become caretakers.
Director JEAN YARBROUGH
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A series of 13 programmes starring
Ian McCulloch Denis Lill
Celia Gregory with Sydney Tafler
Patrick Holt , Lennox Milne 4: Lights of London Part 2 by JACK RONDER
' You were brought here by force and you can be taken back by force.'
Cast in order of appearance:
Series created by TERRY NATION
Designers IAN WATSON and PAUL ALLEN Producer TERENCE DUDLEY Director PENNANT ROBERTS
with Peter Woods and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather
by John Buchan
Adapted for television in three parts by John Prebble with James Maxwell as Sir Edward Leithen, Derek Godfrey as Lord Lamancha, Bernard Horsfall as John Palliser-Yeates, Ronald Radd as Professor Bandicott, Cavan Kendall as Archie Roylance
Three eminent members of the London Establishment have challenged a group of wealthy land-owners to stop them taking a stag or a salmon from their estates. The challenge has been made anonymously under the pseudonym John Macnab. Palliser-Yeates has shot his stag - but has been caught by Janet Raden.
Adapted for television by:
Sir Edward Leithen:
Introduced by Harry Carpenter including tonight:
World Ice Hockey Championship from Katowice, Poland.
The World and Olympic champions, the SOVIET UNION, face strengthened opposition from the USA, SWEDEN and FINLAND, who can now include professionals in this first-ever Open world championship - and there's CZECHOSLOVAKIA, who so nearly upset the Russians in the Olympic Games.
Commentator ALAN WEEKS Goal of the Season
JIMMY HILL re-runs the best of the season's goals on BBC1 in the annual competition.
On the eve of this season's Classics, the greatest trainer of the post-war era recalls the great horses from his stable-Petite Etoile, Crepello, Royal Palace-reveals why he has decided to retire, and expresses his hopes and fears for the future of British racing.
Ice Hockey television presentation POLISH TELEVISION SERVICE
Film director JOHN MCNICHOLAS Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JONATHAN MARTIN
The Rings of Saturn
The rings, easily visible with a small telescope, are now better displayed than they will be for some years to come.
Patrick Moore talks about Saturn and describes what the American spacecraft Pioneer 11 may tell us when it by-passes the ringed planet in 1979. Producer PATRICIA WOOD
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