10.0 Look and Read The King's Dragon
7: Editor Asks for Proof!
With KENNETH WATSON ,
FRANKIE JORDAN , SEAN FLANAGAN , JOHN QUAYLE , ANNE PICHON , PETER SETTE -
LEN, CHARLES COLLINGWOOD , STUART FELL, JANE CARR , DEREK GRIFFITHS. Written by RICHARD CARPENTER Producer SUE WEEKS
10.25-10.45 Science All Around Balance. Introduced by FERGUS O'KELLY and ANN HEYNO
Producer MICHAEL coyle
11.0 Watch: The Sun
The star of today's show is 93-million miles away, but we take a close-up look at it with a solar telescope. KEN BINGE sees how cress grows towards the sunlight and LOUISE HALL-TAYLOR helps to make a classroom sun. Producer JOHN THORNICROFT
11.18 Going to Work
11.40 Physical Science Oscillation
12.5 pm A Job Worth Doing? Merchant Navy
Today Pebble Mill visits Wales and part of the programme comes from the BBC studios in Cardiff.
DONNY MACLEOD and JAN LEEMING concentrate on the Welsh theme with music, craftsmen and personalities; and from Birmingham the usual daily topical mix including Back of the Mill.
2.14 Quatre Coins de la France La Vie a la Paysanne
Keep Up with the Times
Eight-part cartoon series on multi. plication. 7: Seven Times
2.40 TV Club: Where Do You Live? Many people have to live in homes which fall short of the latest standards. Sometimes there are compensations. Sometimes there aren't. Presenters TED MOULT
DAVID FREELAND , DAWN PERLLMAN Music by NOLA YORK
Producer MORTON SURGUY
by BOB BLOCK
Mr Claypole is in a mischievous mood. When Mr Meaker wishes that he received as much attention as his wife gives to their budgie, Mr Claypole overhears and a spell gets out of hand.
Music JONATHAN COHEN Designer ANNA RIDLEY
Producer JEREMY SWAN
The third of 13 programmes with Tony Hart
Quill Pens and Scrubbing Brushes TONY HART brings magic and originality to making pictures, ' helped ' by AUGGIE THE DINOSAUR and a self-propelled lump of clay called THE MORPH. But it's your paintings that feature in the Gallery.
Designer JOHN BONE
Producer PATRICK DOWLING
(If you're aged 15 or under, ' Take Hart ', BBC Television Centre, London W12 8QT is the address to send paintings for the Gallery. There's a prize for any that are shown, as long as you put your name, age and address, but we're sorry we can't promise to return any.)
Britain's nightly mirror to the face of Britain.
Tonight John Stapleton and Dilys Morgan investigate an issue which they feel should be brought under the gaze of the Public Eye.
Deputy editor STUART WILKINSON Editor JOHN GAU
by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT starring Arthur Lowe
John Le Mcsurier and Clive Dunn
All Is Safely Gathered In
Captain Mainwaring and the platoon help a widowed lady friend of Private Godfrey to gather the harvest. featuring
Designer PAUL JOEL
Producer DAVID CROFT
Derek Godfrey , Robert Morris with Prunella Ransome , Andrew Burt Special guest Peter Cellier Fall from Grace by IAN MACKINTOSH
The dreaded Captain (F) turns his attentions on Holt. And Hero declares war ...
Designer JOHN STOUT Producer JOE WATERS
Director DAVID SULLIVAN PROUDFOOT
Six plays by John Hopkins
With Anton Rodgers, Anne Reid
and Dinsdale Landen as John Malory
Alex and Martha Frend have agreed to live apart for most of the time, while remaining technically married. This arrangement is severely tested when their eldest son is arrested on a charge of assault.
In association with:
from the Royal Albert Hall , London David Parry-Jones introduces highlights from the Fifth Festival of 1,000 Welsh Male Voices which, this year, are accompanied at the piano by MARILYN PHILLIPS and, in contrast,
The National Brass Band of Wales conducted by DONALD V. HENDY
Choristers and bandsmen from South Wales are joined by their hosts and organisers of the Festival, the London Welsh Male Voice Choir
Completing the line-up - five young and tuneful ladies - Sidan in this
Tribute to St David 's Day Musical director
Television presentation KEN GRIFFIN
8: What is School For? (part 2)
ANNE JONES discusses the achievements and shortcomings of secondary education today with two other headteachers, BERNARD\ BAXTER and GEOFFREY COOKSEY.
Producer ROGER OWEN
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