6.40 My Door Is Always Open
7.5 Development of the Piano
7.31 Trade and Industry
CARMEN MUNROE introduces rhymes and counting games and tells a story about Annie, Louise, George, Kevin, Caroline, Cheng, Scott, Mary, Toni.and Sandra, who all go to a place where there is plenty to do and room to play. The Special Pebble
Illustrated by JOAN HICKSON Percussion GREG KNOWLES
Musical director PETER PETTINGER
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELCATE Written and directed by CAROLE WARD
Weather Bill Giles
A programme for children under 5.
with Roy Castle and Norris McWhirter
In Hawaii Roy visits a unique sailing ship. Norris looks at the world's smallest television.
Special studio guest Red Rum
Book (same title), Â£1.50, from bookshops
by Bob Block.
Ethel Meaker is suffering the after-effect of being a cocker spaniel. Her barking alarms the neighbours and leads to a row with her husband. The Ghostly Trio attempt to smooth things over - with the help of Catastrophe Kate.
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with John Edmunds.
Presenting the British scene to the British people.
FRANK BOUGH, SUE LAWLEY
HUGH SCULLY , JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS present a mixture of topical reports, special investigations, films and features.
of a two-part story.
When elderly schoolteacher Henry Meade insists he has sighted a prehistoric sea-serpent, the local worthies think it time he retired - but his pupils have other ideas!
A Walt Disney production
(Part 2 tomorrow at 6.45 pm)
by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT starring Windsor Davies also starring
Melvyn Hayes , Don Estelle
Donald Hewlett , Michael Knowles Holidays at Home
The Battery Sergeant-Major is more oppressive than usual, and Lofty dreams that he is taking part in the mutiny on the Bounty.
Director PHIL BISHOP
Producer DAVID CROFT
A series of six programmes 4: The Rev Taffy Davies - Cartoonist
Reporter Paul Heiney
The Rev Taffy Davies is a curate from Southsea. Since the day he picked up a pen and drew a less-than-flattering caricature of the Archbishop of Canterbury, it has been his ambition to be a Fleet Street cartoonist. Tonight, he achieves that ambition on the Daily Mail.
He meets SIR OSBERT LANCASTER , BILL TIDY, MAC and many other famous cartoonists, who give Taffy advice on how to get to the top in what he calls his personal' land of milk and honey ' - Fleet Street.
Film editor ALAN LYGO
Research BETTY MCBRIDE
Producer ESTHER RANTZEN Director PATRICIA HOULIHAN
with Kenneth Kendall and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world.
Old-time Music-Hall from the stage of the famous City Varieties Theatre, Leeds (By arrangement with Stanley and Michael Joseph )
For your delectation and delight, your chairman, Leonard Sachs introduces
Bernard Cribbins , Lorna Dallas Sheila Bernette , Julia Sutton
John Rutland , Norman Warwick Nuts and Bolts
Guest artist Vince Hill Members of the Players Theatre, London: JENNY TILL , PENNY RIGDEN
PAULINE ANTONY , NICOLA KIMBER
DERYK PARKIN , PETER SUTHERLAND CHRISTOPHER MOLLOY , PETER LOURY
Choreography DOREEN HERMITAGE
Musical director BERNARD HERRMANN Producer BARNEY COLEBAN BBC Manchester
The last of four programmes written and presented by David Dimbleby
The Politics of Fear
The Afrikaners believe that at the southern tip of Africa they are facing a Communist onslaught which the rest of the world ignores at its peril. To counter the threat, the Nationalist government has given itself massive powers, which it also uses to silence political protest.
The film looks at the Afrikaners' attempts to persuade whites and blacks that theirs is the only solution to South Africa's. problems. But the violence of their response to some of those who disagree with them could lead, many believe, to a violent end.
Assistant producerFRANCIS GÉRARD Producer DAVID HARRISON
(David Dimbleby returns to South Africa: Panorama, next Monday on BBCl at 8.10 pm)
One of America's most popular entertainers in the second of two programmes recorded at the Royal Albert Hall, London, during his highly-successful visit to this country.
Among the hits included in tonight's programme are ' Day-break ', ' All the time', 'Somewhere in the night', I write the songs '.
With LADY FLASH and THE CITY RHYTHM BAND
Music director LEE GURST Producer STEWART MORRIS