9.3S Science All Around Bottles
We Live Here
10.23 It's Maths! 8: Sequences
1, 3, 6, 10.... what comes next, and why? ELAINE DONNELLY and DAVID WARWICK agree to differ. Series editor DAVID ROSEVEARE Director DAVID TAFF
11.22 Music Time
Follow my Leader: KATHRYN HARries and PETER COMBE give easy opportunities of singing in parts. Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT Series producer JOHN HOSIER
11.45 General Studies
Extraterrestrials: will we eventually make contact with ' little green men ' - how will it affect us? Narrator JOHN TUSA
Series producer JILL SHEPPARD Producer DAVID TAFT
2.1 Words and Pictures
A New Home for Snow Ball
A competition to find the best slogan for a little white horse. Presenter HENRY WOOLF Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON
2.18 British Social History The Palace of Glass
2.40 Going to Work
Help for the Unemployed
Why is it so difficult to find work? Producer ANDREW NEAL
with Kenneth Williams Agaton Sax and the League of Silent Exploders by NILS-OLOF FRANZEN
What could be worse than an explosion without a bang? Lethal! Dangerous! Horrific! Agaton Sax , ace detective extraordinary, becomes involved in a plot of thrills, terror and technology.
Today: An Outrageous Mistake
An adventure story in 13 episodes set in New Zealand in the 1860s. Part 6
Scott Hunter is trying to find his missing father. At last he has got to the goldfields at Tucker's Gully and is told that his father disappeared three weeks before. Now Pat Reilly , his father's partner, has been found shot dead. But why?
Written by ROGER SIMPSON Producer JOHN MCRAE
Director TOM PARKINSON
Frank Bough , Sue Lawley, Valerie Singleton , John Stapleton and Bob Wellings are the team that bring you Britain's most watched current affairs programme. Each weekday evening they present analysis of topical events plus the features and films that make up the scene Nationwide.
Producers RONALD NEIL , ANDREW TAUSSI GORDON WATTS, HUGH WILLIAMS
Deputy editor STUART WILKINSON Editor JOHN GAU
Robert Robinson invites families throughout Britain to take part in this contest of speed and wits.
Tonight the Ross family from Ipswich, Suffolk, meet the WOODMAN family from Plymouth, Devon.
Director ROSALIND GOLD Producer ROBERT TONER
Ask the Family 3, 45p, from bookshops
by Terry Nation.
The sixth of a new space adventure series in 13 episodes.
Starring Gareth Thomas, Sally Knyvette, Paul Darrow, Jan Chappell, Michael Keating, David Jackson
with Stephen Greif, Jacqueline Pearce
Stepping up his war against the Federation, Blake plans to steal the message decoder from a top security installation on the planet Centero. But things go badly wrong...
Writer/Series created by:
Reporting on the stories that matter and asking the questions that need to be asked.
Introduced by Charles Wheeler
The Panorama correspondents at home and abroad are
TOM MANGOLD , DAVID TAYLOR and PHILIP TIBENHAM
Deputy editor ELWYN PARRY-JONES Editor CHRISTOPHER CAPRON
George Peppard Michael Sarrazin with Christine Belford , Cliff Potts
A terrific explosion at the headquarters of a top secret American space project marks the beginning of an intricate plot to infiltrate and destroy the Groundstar operation. George Peppard as security agent Tuxan sets out to unravel the mystery.
Directed by LAMONT JOHNSON
(First showing on British television) Films: page 15
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