DONNY MACLEOD , DAVID SEYMOUR and MARIAN FOSTER
Today's programme includes the first television interview with Laugh-In girl Judy Carne , the star who survived a broken neck and is now preparing to rebuild her life and her career. Chris Barber and his Jazzmen provide the music and Dr David Delvin launches a new series Medicine Matters, dealing with topics and techniques of importance - and concern - to patients and doctors alike.
Television's most popular current affairs magazine presented each weekday evening by FRANK BOUGH , SUE LAWLEY, JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS with contributions from BBC studios throughout the country. Also the programme's team of reporters, LUKE CASEY, BERNARD CLARK , KEVIN COSGROVE , TONY FRANCIS , DIANE HARRON , JAMES HOGG , BILL KERR ELLIOTT , NICHOLAS WOOLLEY and MARTIN YOUNG bring you films and features that reflect the way life is Nationwide.
Editor HUGH WILLIAMS
TV's most famous sci-fi series starring William Shatner as Captain Kirk, Leonard Nimoy as Mr Spock
The Starship Enterprise, on an assignment to explore beyond the galaxy limits, encounters a disaster recorder jettisoned from a lost craft giving warning of a strange hazard ahead - an unknown force which threatens destruction and faces Captain Kirk with an agonising choice between friendship and duty.
by Eric Merriman and Christopher Bond
starring Terry Scott and June Whitfield
Terry and June are persuaded to spend a week at a health farm.
A fictional chronicle in four parts based on real events.
3: The Final Solution
1942: Small pockets of Jews are resisting the Nazi onslaught - Rudi and Helena fight with the partisans in the Ukraine and, in Warsaw, Moses Weiss is smuggling guns into the ghetto. But Erik Dorf is involved in implementing the final solution' at Treblinka and Auschwitz.
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