A programme for children at home
Julie Stevens. Emrys James
In the story chair, H. E. Todd
Today's story is called ' The Suitcase '
Pianist, Patrick Harvey
Graphics, Graham McCallum Fi'm editor. Terry Cornelius Scripted by Anna Lewis
Producer, MOLLY Cox
The picturebook for next week is ' Henrietta ' by Boris DRUCKER
Five films on the changing face of Communism
The development of the Dalmatian coast as a tourist centre is a striking economic success which last year earned the Yugoslavs £90 million in foreign exchange and closed their trade gap. But only twenty miles inland from the glittering coast is another Yugoslavia whose problems still await a solution.
Written and narrated by Fred Singleton
Directed and produced by PETER DUNKLEY
The decisions made; the battles fought; the power gained; the money made in the world of business and industry
Commentators: William Davis, David Dougan, Alan Watson
Produced by Terry Hughes
Gordon Wilkins covers the world of motoring
Petrol, Pounds and Pence
Do self-service garages cut the price of petrol? Can coin-in-the-slot pumps provide all-night petrol everywhere? Why do some local authorities oppose robot pumps on safety grounds? Wheelbase reports from the city of Leicester.
Director Tony Salmon
Producer Brian Robins
The Big Three in Britain
ARNOLD PALMER, JACK NICKLAUS
The world's most famous golfers in opposition in the first match of its type ever played in this country
Fifty-four holes of stroke-play on three of Britain's greatest courses, filmed in colour by BBC camera crews
The courses: Gleneagles Carnoustie, St. Andrews
The prizes:$25,000 for the winner $15,000 for second;$10,000 for third Tonight: ROUND 1 on The King's Course, Gleneagles
Commentator, Henry Longhurst
Produced and directed by PHIL PILLEY See page 65
ANDY WILLIAMS and this week's guests:
CARL REINER and MEL BROOKS with special guest star, SHIRLEY BASSEY
A programme recorded In the U.S.A.
A series in which Australians look at themselves and their rapidly changing continent
FOUR ACRES AND A
PIECE OF CARPET
Paddy Newey , an English Immigrant of two years' standing, is production planning manager in the dockyard at Newcastle, seventy-five miles north of Sydney, and has already established his family on a four-acre estate.
Frank McCormick is a crane driver who believes in home comforts at work: he has wall-to-wall fitted carpet in his cabin. Management and workers do not always see eye to eye, but they are closer together In the social scale than they would be in England.
Directed by ANTHONY SEARLE
Executive producer. BRIAN LEWIS
Ian Trethowan looks back over the past week in Parliament and introduces reports on big debates in both Houses, questions to Ministers, significant moves behind the scenes, and the effects of M.P.s' work.
A last look around the daily scene with Michael Dean, Joan Bakewell, Tony Bilbow, Brian King
Too late, too late, alas too late
Charles K Harris