7.5 Handicapped in the Community.
A report, in Welsh, on yesterday's events at the National Eisteddfod being held this week at Wrexham.
(English transmitters only. Shown last night on BBC Cymru/Wales)
by ELISABETH BERESFORD
Told by BERNARD CRIBBINS
With JEREMY KEMP
Thunder and Lightnings by JAN MARK
Today: The Firegate
The last of eight programmes.
Snowbound in Canada, and homebound in the rain.
Written and Produced By:
A five-part story by Helen Creswell
Every summer holiday Jumbo Spencer had thought up something to occupy him and his friends. This summer it has to be the best yet...
Cast for the week
In Search of a Champion Heat 1: England West
From Buttermere, Lake District, Phil Drabble and Eric Halsall introduce the first in this series of television sheep dog trials. Competing: TIM LONGTON with Roy GEORGE HUTTON with Nip
RAYMOND MACPHERSON with ZaC
Producer PHILIP s. GILBERT
The Gillette Cup
Northamptonshire v Leicestershire from Northampton
The morning's play in this quarter-final match.
Introduced by PETER WEST
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD
JIM LAKER , TONY LEWIS
Television presentation by DAVID KENNING and BILL TAYLOR
Weather BARBARA EDWARDS
The Gillette Cup
Northamptonshire V Leicestershire from Northampton
The afternoon's play and news of today's other quarter-finals
In the first of a new series of ten programmes, Michael Aspel introduces your requests from recent BBC television programmes.
With him in the studio this week: Rolf Harris
Send your requests to: Ask Aspel, BBC Television, [address removed]
Christmas in the Sun
Twenty-five young people from Somerset set out on an expedition to Ghana in West Africa. In today's film, they tell how they celebrated Christmas with their Ghanaian hosts' families and enjoyed traditional Ghanaian food. As well as visiting castles, joining in with the fishermen and buying souvenirs in the markets, they went on a 50-mile trek through tropical rain forests and helped a remote village to build a new school.
Film sound JOHN GILBERT
Film cameraman MARTIN SAUNDERS Film editor DAVID ALIBAND
Producer BRIAN HAWKINS. BBC Bristol
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
On the Road from Jarrow
The second part of a film compilation in which Luke Casey retraces the route of the Jarrow Crusade and some of the marchers recall the event and its significance.
Film cameraman COLIN MUNN Producer KEN STEPHINSON
starring Richard Egan, Patricia Owens, John Ericson, Michael Ansara, Joan Blackman, David Brian
American National Intelligence Agent Dan Street has the daunting task of tracking down a ruthless gang who plan to capture a top secret government weapon called 'Cyclops' - a laser ray-gun capable of disintegrating any target - and sell it to a foreign power.
Films: page 11 (First showing on British television)
Count Mario Romano:
by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT starring
Bang Goes the Maharajah
The only one who can save the Maharajah's life is Lofty. Will he be able to rise to the occasion ... ? featuring and Designers ERIC WALMSLEY , AUSTIN RUDDY Producer GRAEME MUIR
Char Wallah Muhammed:
Punka Wallah Rumzan:
by BARRY TOOK
Adapted from The Art of Coarse Moving by MICHAEL GREEN starring
Lynda Baron , Francis Matthews in First, Find Your House
Designers CYNTHIA KLJUCO , KEN LEDSHAM Producer DOUGLAS ARGENT
Sir Phillip Comer:
with Richard Baker
A film series of hospital dramas.
Obstetrician Amos Winkler rejects the advice of friends to settle the suit when he is sued for malpractice but a discovery makes him wonder if he was wrong.
Dr Amos Winkler:
A series of six programmes
Want to be rich, sought after, and influence half the population of the world? Michael Rodd and William Woollard reveal the recipe for success followed by the shadowy entrepreneurs of one of this country's most thriving industries: the making of pop records.
First find a band of school-leavers in the pub down the road (they need have no 0-levels, only an interest in music) and invest in them to the tune of Â£10,000. Split their efforts electronically into at least 24 separate strands and subject them to computer control. Feed the result into a complex industrial process that's taken 100 years to refine and sell a batch to every retail outlet in the country. That way you'll make a return on your investment of 10,000 per cent!
There's just one snag. If your record doesn't get into the top 50 - and thousands don't - you will not get your money back. Banks will not support even successful records, let alone failures. You're on your own in a fiercely competitive world, and it's your own money you're gambling with.
This week: Henry Longhurst, CBE talks to Ian Wooldridge of The Daily Mail
One of the 12 books written by this world-renowned golf writer and broadcaster is entitled I wouldn't have missed it. If you are interested in fascinating stories of sport and life, beautifully told, this programme is for you.