in Tattle Television Black and white)
With Frank Bough Sally Magnusson Jeremy Paxman and Pamela Armstrong
Reports from Peter Marshall , Bill Neely , Guy Michelmore , Mike Stewart , Margaret Gibnore , Gail Foley and Sue Robbie.
With Bob Friend 's view of life across the Atlantic.
National and international news and analysis on the hour and half hour. The latest sports news from Sally Jones.
Pink in the Woods (R)
But first this ... something a little different, a sort of magazine between the Programmes with Andy Crane , and news from the music world, latest fashions, films, videos, hobbies, together with your questions and ideas starting with Charlie Brown
He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown Everyone knows
Charlie Brown 's dog - it's the one and only Snoopy! In this story,
Snoopy is sent back to school to obedience classes.
A cartoon series based on Peanuts °y CHARLES M. SCHULZ (R)
The Day of the Fugitive
In this week's story the Hobo Puts his own life in danger when he goes to help a sick refugee. (R)
But first.... your birthday greetings with Andy Crane followed by Play School
They went to sea in a sieve they did
In a sieve they went to sea. Presenters
Robin Kingsland. Liz Watts Story: The Jumblies by EDWARD LEAR
Producer GREG CHILDS
The Adventures of Spot by ERIC HILL
Spot's Surprise Parcel Told by Paul Nicholas Animation LEO BELTOFF
Music by DUNCAN LAMONT Script editor DAVID MCKEE
Production CLIVE JUSTER (R)
with Penelope Lee
But first this.... your summer-time magazine between the programmes including
King of the Rocket Men Dangerous Evidence
A serial in 12 episodes
3: Dangerous Evidence
Wherein desperate attempts are made to secure the return of Glenda's picture of Rocket Man, and Professor Jeff King 's life is in peril in a burning shack.
Director FRED BRANNON A REPUBLIC serial (R)
(Continues next Monday, 11.5am)
Woody Woodpecker Bats in the Belfry
Professor Jeff King:
Gunther Von Strum:
A series often programmes presented by Bob Symes-Schutzmann 3: Controlled-flight Model Aircraft
Fly gliders, helicopters, aerobatic and scale models by radio control. Fly combat and team-racing models by control-line.
Studio director JOHN RICKWORD Producer PETER RIDING (R)
Not only does Bobby walk into a murder, but he finds himself blackmailed by J.R. Lucy is held prisoner.
Written by LEONARD KATZMAN Directed by MICHAEL PREECE (R)
with Philip Hayton
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
Douglas Blake is tracked down. Scott is coming back a week early from his school tour and Helen and Jim sense trouble.
(For cast see page 35. Shown again tomorrow at 10.5am)
starring Jeanette MacDonald, Nelson Eddy
Mary Robbins is the popular owner of the Polka Saloon in Cloudy Mountain where the Sheriff, Jack Kance, is in love with her. But a rival for Mary's affections suddenly appears on the scene: Ramerez, a handsome bandit.
This classic Jeanette MacDonald-Nelson Eddy musical, set in Old Monterey, features such famous numbers as 'Shadow on the moon', 'The wind in the trees', 'Dream of love' and Senorita'.
Screenplay by ISABEL DAWN and BOYCE DEGAW
From the play by DAVID BELASCO Music by SIGMUND ROMBERG Produced by WILLIAM ANTHONY MCGUIRE directed by ROBERT Z. LEONARD
(Black and white)
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A series for swimmers and non-swimmers of all ages - with the accent on recreation rather than competition. Novices (R) (e)
Phillip Schofield - starting with:
The Puppy's New Adventures: An American Puppy in Paris
A cartoon adventure series about Petey the brave puppy (R)
Calypso, the green-eyed queen of the crystal planet, is ordered by the gods to crush Ulysses. But when he visits her she falls in love with him . . .(R)
by K. M. PEYTON adapted for television in six episodes by JENNY MCDADE
6: The tetrathlon is underway but Hawkwood has made a poor start.
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director COLIN CANT (R)
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Mrs Hammond Hill:
The Case of the Missing Chicken
Gonzo's stuffed baby chicken Camilla, has gone missing. Baby Fozzie is the prime suspect. This is a case for 'Double-O-Gonzo' , internationally famous super-spy and his infra-red chicken detector.
Created for television by JIM HENSON (R)
with Nicholas Witchell and Philip Hayton
Weather BERNARD DAVEY
Join Terry and his guests for conversation and entertainment live from the Television Theatre.
A light-hearted musical quiz Presented by Barry Cryer. Liza Goddard leads the ladies' team and Willie Rushton captains the gentlemen. A live band
Provides the music as the teams hunt for clues.
Musical director LAURIE HOLLOWAY Director ANDREA CONWAY
Producer KEITH STEWART (R)
Francesca gets ready to wed In California, while in Marrakesh, Sable wishes upon a star ...
Written by DONALD PAUL ROOS Directed by ROBERT SCHEERER *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
with Julia Somerville and Andrew Harvey
Regional News; Weather
A ten-part Natural History of Britain and Ireland
Presented by Julian Pettifer 3: Beneath the Greenwood Woodland is the natural wilderness of the British Isles; left to itself, our landscape would be covered by trees.
Most of our native wildlife that once flourished in this ancient wildwood lives on in the fragments of woodland we have today.
Music by EDWARD WILLIAMS
Produced by ROBIN PRYTHERCH Executive producer PETER CRAWFORD BBC Bristol (R)
Sir Denis Forman , Deputy Chairman Granada Group, gives the 15th in this series of annual lectures before an invited audience at the Royal Society of Arts in London.
British Television - Who Are the Masters Now?
There is revolution on the horizon for British television. That is the message delivered in tonight's lecture by Sir
Denis Forman. As Chairman of Granada TV he brought
Brideshead Revisited and The Jewel in the Crown to your screens. Now he surveys the state of the television industry and he finds it vulnerable.
Sir Denis argues that our television is under threat - from increasing political interference, from a vociferous minority concerned about obscenity, and from the current belief that the forces of the market place can solve all the problems of television. You, the viewer, may well be the loser, he warns. Sir Denis makes his own proposals for the future of British television - proposals which would put the viewer first. Introduced by Michael Checkland
Director-General of the BBC Director PIETER MORPURGO Producer JEREMY BENNETT 0 INFO: page 77 and WODDIS ON: page 81
In tribute to the great
Fred Astaire , who died last month, there's another chance to see the 1975 interview in which Michael Parkinson talked to him and coaxed him to perform, for one last time, some of the many songs which he immortalised. Music by HARRY STONEHAM Directed by STAN APPEL
Produced by RICHARD DREWETT