6.40 Jefferson the Architect
7.5 Zone Fossils
9.38 Living in a Developing Country: Ghana
10.0 Merry-go-Round: Beginning
This programme, which is the first of three sex education programmes for eight- and nine-year-olds in schools, illustrates stages in the development of babies in the womb and includes film of pregnant mothers.
Introduced by RICHARD CARPENTER with MELISSA DOCKER
11.5-11.25 Let's Look at Wales Summit of Snowdon
Presented by DAVID PARRY -JONES
11.35 Preview: Scan
A chance for teachers to view and record programmes from next year's output. This morning - ' When Coal Began to Burn', a programme about the environment from the topic-based series Scan for ll-to-13-year-olds.
Series producer JOHN PRESCOTT THOMAS
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
including Dig This with Peter Seabrook
CARMEN MUNRO introduces rhymes and counting games and tells a story. Counting Time
Access to Television
2.35 Preview: TV Club this afternoon presents for teachers an introductory programme to the series TV Club to be seen next spring and summer terms and aimed at ll-to-14-year-olds who are having some learning problems at school.
Producer MORTON SURGUT
In 1974, on a crisp Good Friday morning, the first-ever equestrian cross-country team event was staged over the outer reaches of The All England Jumping Club. Four years later the new sport has mushroomed so quickly that more than 100 events will be staged in this country alone.
This morning 20 teams of five, drawn from every branch of equestrianism, returned to the sport's birthplace to compete against the clock over an ' honest' mile-and-a. half course.
Introduced by David Vine
Commentators DORIAN WILLIAMS RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD and MICHAEL TUCKER
Television presentation by FRED VINER
A programme for children under 5
The ever-hungry hound joins Mystery Incorporated on the trail of ghosts and ghoulies.
A comedy series in six episodes featuring
3: One of Our Spaceships is Missing by BRIAN FINCH with Desmond and Bogie have some fun with Melvyn who believes he is in radio contact with visitors from another planet, but the only visitation they get is a very wet one from Plumber Plank.
Designer PETER MAVIUS Producer JOHN BUTTERY Director JEREMY SWAN BBC Manchester
with Susan King
SUSAN visits an ex-cowboy and rodeo rider Ed Ivory to find out why Western riding has become so popular, and also takes a look at the famous spotted horse of the American Indian - the Appaloosa; tries her hand at making a rosette; and joins in a special gymkhana for the very young.
Film editor GEORGE AUCKLAND Producer DAVID TURNBULL
English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
with Richard Baker ; 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 the programme sets out to give you the best picture of the events and stories that are Nationwide current affairs.
Including at 6.45* Sportswide with Ron Pickering
Tom and Jerry playing cat and mouse in the world-famous series of cartoon films starring Tom the cat and a far-from-underdog mouse called Jerry.
Two Against the Arctic - part 2
Stranded hundreds of miles from home, Lolly and Joseph anxiously scan the sea for their father, but then his battered boat is swept up on the beach and their desperate struggle for survival begins.
A WALT DISNEY production
Three towns compete for a place in the Belgian Heat of Jeux sans Frontières Tonight
Crewe and Nantwich v Wrexham
Introduced from Chester by Stuart Hall and Eddie Waring
Referees ARTHUR ELLIS and MIKE SWANN
Designer STUART FURBER Director PAUL LOOSLEY Producer CECIL KORER BBC Manchester
with Richard Baker and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weekend Weather JACK SCOTT
A new film series
Attractive Nancy Holbrook hires Petrocelli to handle her divorce. But the marital matter develops into homicide and Tony comes under pressure from a corrupt sheriff to abandon his client.
Lt Johnny Cayle:
Explaining the news that will still matter tomorrow - tonight. Introduced by DENIS TUOHY with the John Timpson report Including News Headlines
Jean-Paul Belmondo Charles Boyer
Sacha Stavisky was a gambler and a swindler who sold millions of francs worth of valueless bonds to French workers. When the scandal broke, over 40 years ago, it rocked France, brought down the government, and almost destroyed the country's parliamentary system. Alain Resnais 's film, being shown tonight in an English version, is not about the Stavisky Affair , but about the man himself who became a legend in his own lifetime.
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