A series of five programmes
The Man - MIKE KENDALL - and the Boy - SIMON KING - explore the British countryside in search of the abundant wildlife which is there for anyone to see - if they care to look for it. 2: Cotswold Lakes
Photography JIM SAUNDERS
Film editor CHARLES ALDRIDGE Director JOHN KING BBC Bristol
(Jeux sans Frontieres)
The first International heat in which teams from the following seven countries compete for the Eurovision It's a Knockout Golden Trophy
Great Britain: Blackpool Belgium: Blankenberge France: Nimes
Germany: Trostberg Holland: Pijnacker Italy: Jesolo
Transmitted on the Eurovision network from Nimes, France Introduced by GUY LUX and SIMONE GARNIER
STUART HALL. EDDIE WARING Referee ARTHUR ELLIS
Producer CECIL KORER
Programme presented by the FRENCH TELEVISION SERVICE
by JEREMY LLOYD and DAVID CROFT Camping In
A National Transport strike prevents the staff of Grace Brothers from getting home, so they stay at the store. featuring
Trevor Bannister as Mr Lucas
Mollie Sugden as Mrs Slocombe Frank Thornton as Captain Peacock John Inman as Mr Humphries
Wendy Richard as Miss Brahms Arthur Brough as Mr Grainger and Nicholas Smith as Mr Rumbold Designer
Captain Peacock John
Miss Brahms Arthur
The 38C cup:
The large brim with fruit:
The large bra:
The leatherette gloves:
The British Academy Award-winning series of ten programmes 7: The Story of Mary Kingsley who lived alone with cannibals in 1893 - and survived.
Written by ROSEMARY ANNE SISSON Introduced by David Attenborough from the Royal Geographical Society, London.
Mary Kingsley risked her life in a dramatic and calculated way when she entered the forests of West Africa - the white man's grave. It was to be one of the shortest important journeys in the history of exploration. And when she returned to Britain she shocked Victorian society by reporting something no one wanted to hear.
A superior series (DAILY EXPRESS) The pictures are among the most flamboyantly handsome since colour transmission began (THE TIMES) Snowdon's film recaptures the remarkable journey (NEWS OF THE WORLD)
Director TONY SNOWDON
Producer MICHAEL LATHAM
Book (same title), 16.00, from bookshops
Standards, pops and jazz played by some of the best bands of the day Introduced by Roy Castle featuring tonight
The Syd Lawrence Orchestra with Roy Marsden and Jeannie Lambe Mr Acker Bilk and his
Paramount Jazz Band The Roy Budd Trio
Lighting tommy MOTTRAM BERT POSTLETHWAITE
Sound KEN GREGORY. PETERROSI Designer PETER MAVIUS
A series of six programmes in which A. J. P. Taylor talks about the great leaders of the Second World War. They were the War Lords - men of incalculable power who dominated both the military and civil affairs of their countries. 2: Hitler
The story of the rise and fall of Adolf Hitler , Chancellor and Fuhrer of the German people.
'There are those who say that he wanted a great war. I would rather say that he wanted a great victory. Whether this would be achieved by war or by overwhelming moral pressure, or immoral pressure, I think was unimportant to him.'
This series is being published weekly in The Listener
Viking on Mars
The first spacecraft to land successfully on Mars has started its programme of research. America's Viking 1 is now standing on the Martian surface, sending back information direct from that strange, rugged landscape. For the first time we have been able to see close-range views from the one world in the solar system which has always been regarded as being possibly able to support life. To give the latest news about Viking and the search for life on Mars, Patrick Moore is again joined by Professor Geoffrey Eglinton and Dr Garry Hunt.
Director GEOFF WALMSLEY Producer PATRICIAa WOOD
The Sky at Night: 5, £4.00 from bookshops
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