6.40 Brunelleschi's Architecture
7.30 Properties of Enzymes (1)
Living in a Developing Country: Ghana - Using What's Around You
11.5-11.25 Out of the Past An Ordinary Hedge
With FRANCES NEALE , PETER FOWLER and JIM MORLEY
Series producer sue WEEKS Director NICCI CROWTHER
11.35 Preview Out of the Past
A chance for teachers to view and record selected programmes from next year's output. Today's choice is from the history series Out oj the Past for nine-to-12-year-olds. Executive producer FELICITY KINROSS
Weather JACK SCOTT
including Dig This with Peter Seabrook
CARMEN MUNRO introduces rhymes and counting games and tells a story. Cheng's Cat
Look and Read
An opportunity for teachers to view and record programmes from next year's output - this afternoon an episode from the serial story ' The King's Dragon ' in the series Look. and Read, a series for seven-to-nine-year-olds who may be having some problems in reading. Producer SUE WEEKS
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
A comedy series in six episodes featuring
2: The Great Escape by PHIL REDMOND with Joe Holmes as Mr Samuels
A cabaret is planned to raise money to buy a new projector. Peter Potter learns some new tricks, Bogie gets the sack and Melvyn looks daggers at Plank.
Script editor BRIAN FINCH Designer PETER MAVIUS
Producer JOHN BUTTERY
Director JEREMY SWAN . BBC Manchester
with Susan King
A series of programmes all about horses and ponies and the people who ride, drive, jump and breed them.
This week SUSAN goes to South Wales to meet the present holders of the Prince Philip Cup, the BANWEN PONY CLUB team; visits Cathryn Cooper and her famous champion show pony, Holly of Spring, in Lincolnshire; and joins in a race against the clock to set a world record time for changing a team of four coach horses.
Film editor GEORGE AUCKLAND Producer DAVID TURNBULL
with Angela Rippon Weather
Live from London, and with studio and film features from all corners of the country.
Presented by FRANK BOUGH
SUE LAWLEY, VALERIE SINGLETON
JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS Including at 6.45* Sportswide with Ron Pickering
Two Against the Arctic - part 1
Eskimo hunter Ningeok leaves young Lolly and her brother Joseph alone at camp far from their village and paddles off in search of walrus but the hours turn into days and he does not return.
A Walt Disney production
(Part 2 next week)
Three towns compete for a place in the Italian heat of Jeux sans Frontières Tonight:
Bath v Bristol v Minehead Introduced from Bath by Stuart Hall and Eddie Waring Referees
ARTHUR ELLIS and MIKESWANN
Designer STUART FURBER Director PAUL LOOSLEY
Producer CECIL KORER BBC Manchester
with Angela Rippon and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weekend Weather JACK SCOTT
A television feature film introducing
Idealistic law graduate Tony Petro celli faces his first important challenge defending society beauty Pauline Hannigan in a sensational murder trial.
He is to experience both triumph and tragedy in his battle against a brilliant prosecuting attorney armed with overwhelming evidence of her guilt.
Produced by THOMAS L. MILLER and EDWARD K. MILKIS
Directed by DON TAYLOR
(A new series starts next Friday)
Sheriff Dutch Arnbrecht:
D D Franklin:
Coroner Abe Cedric:
Explaining the news that will still matter tomorrow - tonight. Introduced by DENIS TUOHY with the John Timpson report Including News Headlines
Editor MIKE TOWNSON
Elizabeth Taylor Richard Burton Eva Marie Saint with Charles Bronson Robert Webber
Dr Edward Hewitt is a respected principal of a small private school, but his passionate affair with the beautiful and unconventional Laura Reynolds threatens to destroy his career - and his marriage.
The wild and colourful beauty of the Big Sur region of California forms a dramatic background to this unashamedly romantic drama, one of several films the Burtons made together during the 60s, which features one of the movies' most haunting theme songs.
Director VINCENTE MINNELLI Films: page 17
Dr Edward Hewitt: