6.40 Nazi New Order. 7.5 The Spread of Lutheranism. 7.30 Earthquakes.
A report in Welsh on yesterday's events at the National Eisteddfod.
(English transmitters only. Shown last night on BBC Cymru/Wales)
With JEREMY KEMP
Thunder and Lightnings by JAN MARK
Today: What a Way to Go
Pictures by jim RUSSELL
Adapted and directed by ROGER SINGLETON-TURNER
Producer DAPHNE JONES
A five-part story by HELEN CRESS WELL
Jumbo forms an Employment Agency to raise £100 towards a new village hall. But Bill Stiggins and his gang are determined to wreck this scheme. 3: Kidnapped!
Producer DAPHNE JONES
Director JEREMY SWAN
In Search of a Champion Heat 3: \England East with PHIL DRABBLE and ERIC HALSALL
Producer PHILIP S. GILBERT
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
European LPGA Championship Introduced by TONY GUBBA
The third round of this 72-hole stroke-play tournament played amid the beautiful pines and heathers of Sunningdale's Old Course. Gracing the fairways are the world's most successful and glamorous lady golfers out to wrest the title from Japan's CHAKO HIGUSHI. Commentators
PETER ALLISS , CLIVE CLARK
MARK MCCORMACK and LEWINE MAIR
Producers RICHARD TILLING , FRED VINER Editor A. P. WILKINSON
Mr Benn Goes Ballooning
European LPGA Championship A further visit to Sunningdale.
Story: Mirror Mix-up
Written by MARGARET JOY Presenters
KAREN PLATT , BRIAN CANT
Ricky is the only human Champion really trusts and together with Rebel, the Alsatian, they have many adventures.
Birds: owls, a baby house-martin, pterodactyls and the lesser-striped Sylvestebird are some of the bird life hatched in this programme.
TONY draws with chalk and plants some unusual seeds, while PAT and SYLVESTE find that crows are not the only problems for a lonely scarecrow.
Tony Hart , Pat Keysell
Sylveste McCoy and THE PROF
Director CLIVE DOIG
Producer PATRICK DOWLING
(The address to send paintings to is: Tony Hart , BBC TV, London, W12 8QT. Unfortunately they can't be returned, but a prize is given for each one shown.)
Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman
On the Folly Trail
Bob Wellings sets off on a 1,000-mile journey round the country looking at Follies - those strangest of British buildings associated with even stranger tales.
Film cameraman FINTON SHEEHAN Sound recordist CHARLIE PITT
Dubbing mixer PATRICK WHITTAKER Film editor LAURIE CHOAT Producer BILL JONES
Tonight, in a new series, some of the people who were both in and out of the news reflect on us, themselves and Britain 25 years ago. The way we were in 52 - the way we are today.
In the first programme Julian Pettifer , with help from LADY CAROLINE STUART - Deb of the Year, and LADY NORA DOCKER - Shocker of the Year, along with MARJORIE PROOPS , OLD MOTHER RILEY and FRANK MUIR , reflects on manners and morals then and now; when gay only meant jolly and when, according to the BBC, the bitterest cold weather was only allowed to freeze wheels off a brass cannon.
Film editor TONY KOVACS
Producers MARGARET JAY , BILL JONES Executive producer FRANK SMITH
Michael O'Hara the Fourth
1: The fact that the fourth generation 'Mike' happens to be a female teenager doesn't prevent her trying to follow the family tradition of police work - much to the embarrassment of her father Captain Mike III.
(Part 2 next week)
JOHN HAWKESWORTH Director BILL BAIN
Mrs Belinda Travers:
starring in You've Got to Laugh by CARLA LANE
Carol's efforts to wash away Sandra's worries are frustrated by Uncle Billy (deceased).
Designer TIM GLLESON
Producer SYDNEY LOTTERBY
with Kenneth Kendall
Weekend Weather MICHAEL FISH
A six-part serial
2: Mutual Consent by IAN CURTEIS
It is not only Ben's proposed law centre that disturbs his wife, Angela. Her dilemma is much nearer home than even she could have imagined.
Script editor SIMON MASTERS Designer CAMPBELL GORDON Producer MORRIS BARRY
Director DAVID ASKEY ,
One year in Heddington, Wiltshire. A documentary serial in seven parts 4: To Represent the Local Peasants The vet returns to the Browns' farm where two more cows fail the TB test. ' 'Auntie' Vi dies, but in spring children dance around the Maypole and in warm sunshine roll eggs down the precipitous terracing of King's Play Hill. A month after Lady Day the tenant farmers settle accounts with their landlords, and in early May it's the local elections. There are ten candidates and only seven seats on the Parish Council.
Directed and narrated by DAVID PRITCHARD
Film editor JOHN BARNES Producer MARK ANDERSON
Every summer for the last 30 years the singers and dancers of many lands have travelled to a tiny town among the hills of North Wales, in order to make music at the most colourful festival in Britain.
Tonight's film follows their fortunes in this year's International Musical Eisteddfod at LlangoMen, when 35 different countries were represented in the competitions. Narrator RICHARD BAKER
Producer SELWYN RODERICK BBC Cymru/Wales
A season of films starring one of the screen's great actresses. Tonight also starring Robert Montgomery
In one of her rare comedy roles, Bette Davis, as magazine editor Linda Oilman, is far from happy when an old flame is placed on her staff. The sparks are soon flying as Linda and Carey Jackson set off for Indiana to get first-hand material on the ideal American family for a feature story on June brides.
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