6.40 James Bond: 3
7.5 Out of Sight - Out of Mind
7.30 Cubic Splines
When it Wasn't Thursday
Told by RICHARD BRIERS Written by GRANGE CALVELEY animation by BOB GODFREY
by Ursula Moray Williams.
With Judi Dench.
"Congratulations Eddy! Do you remember 50 years ago when we both were born? Love, Teddy" went a letter from a teddy bear to the King on his Jubilee. But the bear was long-forgotten. How was he ever going to get to see the celebrations?
Why Don't You just switch off your television set and go and do something less boring instead?
A programme for children, by children, about your own activities Directed by HILARY MURPHY
Produced by PATRICK DOWLING
The first episode of a three-part film from Romania.
Neither Alex nor Stefan suspected they would sail into trouble when they agreed to ferry some boxes of spare parts to the pumping station a little farther along the Danube. Story told by JOHN WESTBROOK
Presented by PEGGY MILLER
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v India from Lord's Fourth day
The whole of this morning's play.
Weather JACK SCOTT
England v India
From Lord's, the fourth afternoon's play up to the tea interval.
Story: The Old Sink by KATHY SQUIRES Presenters
Delia Morgan , Chris Tranchcll
An extraordinary picture puzzle with Adrian Hedley
Janet Ellis and John Leeson
Who is Gennis? Why is there a pong in the garden? Watch carefully with Jigg, Pterry and Biggum and find out-it's yet another clue to a letter. Also, Cid Sleuth has his socks stolen.
Producer CLIVE DOIG
Speak for Yourself,
John Little John is much in demand for the Annual Thanksgiving Party.
by ELISABETH BERESFORD
Told by BERNARD CRIBBINS Music by MIKI BATT
Animation and directed by ivor wood
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
The Peaks of Britain
In the first of two journeys up the highest mountains in Britain, Bob Wellings visits the Mountains of Mourne in Northern Ireland and Glencoe in Scotland, and meets some unusual characters.
Film cameraman PAUL BERRIFF Sound NICK BARNETT Producer PETER BATE
Introduced by Dave Lee Travis
Motorcycle gymkhana or stunt man's nightmare? This new TV spectacle is a competition against the clock tor the world s top motorcycle trials riders.
Organised by the BBC in conjunction with Eaton Yale. Director PHIL FRANKLIN
Producer Derek Smith >
Once again Robert Robinson chairs a tense battle of wits as the FREESTON FAMILY from Taunton and the HACKETT FAMILY from Preston wrangle for a place in the final.
Director ROSALIND GOLD
Producer MARK PATTERSON
A series of discovery and under, water adventure.
Calypso's Search for the Britannic with Jacques Cousteau
CAPTAIN COUSTEAU and the crew of Calypso search the Aegean Sea for the wreck of the Britannic, sister fhip to the ill-fated Titanic. How the Britannic, which was pressed into service as a hospital ship during the First World War, sank -whether by mine or torpedo-was still a mystery.
COUSTEAU talks to some of the survivors and takes one of them, 86-year-old Mrs Macbeth Mitchell of Edinburgh, who was a young nurse °n the ship, to revisit the wrecked Britannic in the diving saucer. What she and the crew of Calypso discover in the depths of the sea helps to solve this 62-year-old mystery. written and narrated by THEODORE STRAUSS
Produced by ANDREW W. SOLT
BBC Television presentation by ROBIN PRYTHERCH. BBC Bristol
The feature film starring
Montgomery Clift , Elizabeth Taylor Against an epic portrayal of America in the turbulent 1860s, this lavish adventure film tells the story of John Shawnessy and of the two girls in his life: Nell Gaither and a beautiful New Orleans belle, Susanna Drake , Whom he marries. The historic events of the story begin with Abraham Lincoln 's election in 1860 and stretch through the abolitionist struggles to the Civil War,
Screenplay by MILLARD KAUFMAN from the novel by RUSS LOCKRIDGE JR Produced by DAVID LEWIS
Directed by EDWARD DMYTRYK. Films: p 15
John Wickliff Shawnessy:
Jerusalem Webster Stiles:
Orville ' Flash' Perkins:
Garwood B Jones:
T D Shawnessy:
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
The first of three programmes offering another chance to see some of Panorama's major reports of the last year.
The first complete broadcast of this dramatic report (previously interrupted and cut short by technical problems). It includes film secretly shot in Czechoslovakia and smuggled out to Panorama. Michael Cockerell examines just how far the Czech authorities now go to silence opposition, Even-handed Justice?
Philip Tibenham reports on the suspicions of Asians in London's East End that they do not receive even-handed justice from the police or the courts.
Producers ADRIAN MILNE , JONATHAN HOLMES Editor CHRISTOPHER CAPRON