at Animal Logic
What happens when animals and insects are faced with artificially-created situations designed to test their learning and reasoning abilities?
Narrator ERIC THOMPSON
Producer PETER riding
In the course of an exotic and adventurous journey. Lady Betjeman, the wife of the Poet Laureate, astride an Indian hill pony, carries out her own crusade against ' progress' among the foothills of the western Himalayas.
LADY BETJEMAN was the daughter of Lord Chetwode. Commander-in-Chief in India during the 30s. Her love affair with India began as a girl of 18. Now. as^n eccentric, amusing and determined explorer, she returns whenever she can.
Producer ualcolu brown Director JONATHAN stedall (first thoivn on BBC2)
starring ventriloquists Ward Allen, Ken Wood and featuring The Chucklehounds with special guest star on film Dinky Dog
Roger the Dog bursts forth onto the screen with his co-stars, Arnie Conda, Robertson the Pig, Jim the Chimp and the rest of the gang as they launch into another joke-packed programme.
with Johnny Ball
This week Johnny discovers the fun behind the facts about Electricity.
The shocking story of electricity, from static to sparks, magnets to micros. How it's made, stored and used to make a world of difference. So plug in, switch on and tune in to Think Again about electricity.
Written by JOHNNY BALL Designer rod MCLEAN Director MIKE seddon
Producer ALBERT BARBER BBC Bristol
by Sue Lake
Dave is puzzled by Alison's reluctance to start on obstetrics. Janet and Vicky's landlady runs into some serious danger.
(Next episode on Thursday at 8.40 pm)
Russell Harty keeps his regular Tuesday date live from London, with the well-known, the unknown and the totally incredible.
He will also be knocking on a door somewhere in Britain in order to partake of the great British cuppa with someone - who maybe you.
Plus music from this week's Top 30 published today.
Director RON ISTED
Producer JON plowman Editor TOM gutteridge
(Join Russell again tomorrow at 6.50)
America's comedy hit starring and guest starring
Louie Bumps into an Old Lady
Lecherous Louie 's attempt to steer his way to romance with a pretty new driver results in an accident and a one million dollar lawsuit. Louie adds to his problems when he decides to conduct his own defence.
Written by DAVID LLOYD
Directed by jamis BURROWS
starring John Nettles in Campaign for Silence by ALISTAIR BELL with Cecile Paoli and Terence Alexander and featuring
Ian Hendry and Jane Wenham
Simon Cadell and Sean Arnold
Gerald Furneaux has something to sell, and he needs money badly. But memory lane, as Jim Bergerac warns him, can be a dangerous place to wander....
Created and produced by ROBERT BANKS ITEWART
Directed by MARTYN FRIEND
A mystery in six parts by MICHAEL J. BIRD starring and co-starring
3: No Stranger by Night
Unaware of its grim secrets Anne Tierney has visited the castle of Raoul Lavalliere. Meanwhile the conviction that she is being haunted grows....
Music composed by STAVROS xarhaios Costume designer DAVID BEETON
Make-up designer sidohia WEBSTER Designer ALEX gourlat
Producer VERt LORRIMIR Director DAVID asset
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Richmond Ice Rink
The St Ivel Ice International
The first major event of the new season has attracted leading skaters from 12 countries who perform their short programmes tonight.
Commentator ALAN WEEKS producer Ji" reside
My land is Kenya' and ' I'm back where I belong' - international singing star Roger Whittaker returns to the land of his birth after an absence of over 20 years and is the guide on a nostalgic and highly personal tour of the country with his own words and music.
His travels take him from the Great Rift Valley to the Mombassa coast, where he reflects on the slave trade of old, and through the interior via the old railway network to a game reserve.
Directed by TOM ingle
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