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: Play School: Science Day

A programme for children at home.
(Also on BBC-1 and BBC Wales)
(to 11.25)

: International Golf: The Carling World Championship

Third day's play from the links of Royal Birkdale Golf Club, Southport.

(to 19.00)

Contributors

Commentator: Henry Longhurst
Commentator: Bill Cox
Commentator: Harry Carpenter
Television Presentation: Bill Malcolm
Television Presentation: Douglas Hespe
Television Presentation: Nick Hunter
Television Presentation: Bill Stevenson
Producer: Ray Lakeland

: Outlook for Friday: The Making of America: 6: Civil War

Written and introduced by Professor Bell Wiley.
The war between the Northern and Southern States killed more Americans than any war since that time. What did this great loss of life achieve?
(First shown on BBC-1)

Contributors

Writer/Presenter: Professor Bell Wiley
Reader: David Bauer
Reader: Michael Kane
Singers: The Islanders
Producer: Peter Dunkley

: Aida

Act 2 of Verdi's famous opera performed in the Arena at Verona.
With the Kirov Ballet
Chorus and Orchestra of the Verona Opera
Conducted by Franco Capuana
Presented by the Italian Television Service

Contributors

Dancers: The Kirov Ballet
Singers/Musicians: Chorus and Orchestra of the Verona Opera
Conductor: Franco Capuana
Choreographer: Constantin Sergeyev
Producer: Herbert Graf

: The Dreamer

A cartoon from Yugoslavia.
The story of a double life.

: The Extravagant Story of the Motor Car: Part 3: Sliding Roof £5 extra 1930-1939

Written by Richard Hough, Michael Frostick and Brian Robins.
Four weekly Wheelbase programmes looking back over eighty years of international motoring.

Four great cars died in the depression years of the 1930s - Bentley and Bugatti, Talbot and Hispano-Suiza.
W.O. Bentley, S.C.H. Davis, Alfred Neubauer, Georges Roesch, Whitney Straight, and John Thornley describe how high performance and high prices gave way to the £100 car, why M.G.s vanished from Brooklands at the peak of their fame, and how Hitler triumphed on the racing circuits of Europe as a prelude to war.
(Next Friday: The Beloved Monster (1945-1966))

Contributors

Writer: Richard Hough
Writer: Michael Frostick
Writer/Directed and produced by: Brian Robins
Speaker: W.O. Bentley
Speaker: S.C.H. Davis
Speaker: Alfred Neubauer
Speaker: Georges Roesch
Speaker: Whitney Straight
Speaker: John Thornley

: The Virginian: A Bride for Lars

Tales from the last frontier of the great American West.
Starring James Drury as The Virginian

A rancher hires Trampas to collect his mail-order bride, but events soon leave him wishing he had never undertaken the job.

Contributors

The Virginian: James Drury
Lars Holstrum: Peter Whitney
Anna Swenson: Katherine Crawford
Trampas: Doug McClure
Steve: Gary Clarke
Betsy: Roberta Shore

: The British Association for the Advancement of Science Nottingham 1966

Introduced by David Wilson.
Highlights of today's events at the 128th Annual Meeting of British scientists and technologists with reports, demonstrations, and interviews by Caroline Medawar,
Peter Bennet Stone, Nigel Calder, Brian Silcock.
Today's topics include supersonic transport and large astronomical telescopes.

Contributors

Presenter/Associate Producer: David Wilson
Reporter: Caroline Medawar
Reporter: Peter Bennet Stone
Reporter: Nigel Calder
Reporter: Brian Silcock
Associate Producer: Alec Nisbett
Editor: Alan Sleath

: Newsroom

followed by The Weather

: Late Night Line-Up

A last look around the world of television.
Criticism, Discussion, Diversion with Denis Tuohy, Michael Dean, Joan Bakewell, Tony Bilbow and tonight's guests.

Contributors

Presenter: Denis Tuohy
Presenter: Michael Dean
Presenter: Joan Bakewell
Presenter: Tony Bilbow








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