A programme for children at home.
In the story chair, Nancy Quayle
Today is the 500th Play School. Brian Cant and Julie Stevens have been here since Play School started and so has Nancy Quayle, who is going to tell three new stories about Mr. Duster.
The picturebook on Tuesday is Springtime for Jeanne-Marie by Francoise, and on Thursday that cat Pybus will be here again in a story about his surprise present.
You will be hearing a lot about trees in Play School this week, so when you next go out have a look at them and watch for signs of spring.
Six programmes on modern methods.
Not about money, but accuracy, particularly where traditional building methods have to link with prefabricated components.
By Tom Griffiths and Brian Hogg.
from the Ice Stadium, Nottingham.
Ten-round International Bantamweight contest
Alan Rudkin, British and Empire Bantamweight champion v. Norman Parra,
Californian Bantamweight champion
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British Middleweight Championship between Johnny Pritchett and Nat Jacobs: Light Programme 8.50 p.m.
Two of the world's greatest laughter-makers.
A Hal Roach film
Election Broadcast on behalf of the Conservative and Unionist Party.
Also on BBC-1 and BBC Wales
A moving evocation of the familiar story of the Holy Family's flight into Egypt.
Sung in Ely Cathedral in a new English translation by Anthony Burgess.
The most beautiful of all Christmas programmes (Sunday Telegraph)
The pleasantest Arts programme of 1965 (The Listener)
English Chamber Orchestra
Leader, Emanuel Hurwitz
Heinrich Schutz Chorale
Director, Roger Norrington
Conducted by Colin Davis
Part 1: The Dream of Herod
Part 2: The Flight into Egypt
Part 3: The Arrival at Sais
A complete performance, with paintings illustrating scenes from the trilogy, specially recorded for television in Ely Cathedral by permission of the Dean and Chapter
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Stay up a little longer with Denis Tuohy, Joan Bakewell, Michael Dean and whoever else turns up.