Look North, South Today.
Look East, Midlands Today. Points West and Spotlight South West
Then at 6.25 the national scene, co-ordinated this week by Dilys Morgan , Julian Pettifer
Valerie Singleton , John Stapleton and Bob Wellings
(Regional details as Monday
A series of five programmer
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. 4:The New Forest
Film cameraman JIM SAUNERS Film editor CHARLES ALORIDGE Director JOHN KING BBC Bristol
(Jeux sans Frontieres)
The third International heat in which teams from the following seven countries compete for the Eurovision It's a-Knockout Golden Trophy.
Great Britain: Newbury
Belgium: Wezembeek-Oppem France: Arbols
Germany: Birkenfeld Holland:- Zutphen Italy: Amalfi
Transmitted on the Eurovision network from Caslano, Switzerland Introduced by EZIO GUIDI and GEORGES KLEINMANN
GENNARO OLIVIERI , GUIDO PANCALDI Commentators STUART HALL and EDDIE WARING
Referee MIKE SWANK
Producer CECIL KORER
Programme presented by the SWISS TELEVISION SERVICE
by JEREMY LLOYD , DAVID CROFT and MICHAEL KNOWLES featuring
Trevor Bannister as Mr Lucas
Mollie Sugden as Mrs Slocombe
Frank Thornton as Capt Peacock John Inman as Mr Humphries
Wendy Richard as Miss Brahms Arthur Brough as Mr Grainger Nicholas Smith as Mr Rumbold Larry Martyn as Mr Mash and Harold Bennett as Young Mr Grace New Look
During a general discussion, it is decided to give Grace Brothers a-' Great Gatsby' image.
Director RAY BUTT
Producer DAVID CROFT
Miss Brahms Arthur
The Gent for ' The Gents':
The British Academy Award-winning series of ten programmes 9:The Story of Jedediah Smithwho made American history by reaching California overland from the East in 1826. Written by ROBERT WALES
Introduced and narrated by David Attenborough from the Royal Geographical Society. London
Jed Smith was a beaver trapper And it was the search for valuable fur that led him West, deep into unexplored North America. By the age of 27 he was an experienced Indian fighter and an undisputed leader of tough and difficult men. He had already discovered South Pass through the Rocky Mountains, when in the summer of 1826 he prepared to leave Salt Lake on another journey that would make history.
The great thing about ' Explorers' is that it doesn' cheat with potted palms and an unlimited budget for glycerine.
Director JOHN IRVIN *
Producer MICHAEL LATHAM
Next programme : Sunday at 4.15 pm
Boot (same title), £6.00, from bookshops
Introduced by Roy Castle
The Syd Lawrence Orchestra with Roy Marsden and Jeannie Lambc Johnny Pearson with Sounds Orchestral
Alex Welsh and his Band
BERT POSTLETHWAITE , TOMMY MOTTRAM Sound PETER ROSE, KEN GREGORY liesigner PETER MAVIUS
Producer JOHNNIE STEWART
The fourth 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. Stalin
A. J. P. TAYLOR tells the controversial story of Joseph Stalin , dictator of Russia, considered by some a savage monster, by others the most effective of the War Lords. Stalin alone made every great decision throughout the war and many of the small ones as well. Unlike every commander ever known, he literally ran every front himself.'
A. J. P. Taylor re-assesses Stalin's role as a politician, as a war leader, and as a man. He stresses Stalin's single-mindedness of purpose - that of winning the war and making Russia secure.
Producer EDWARD MIRZOEFF
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