A programme for children at home.
In the story chair, Richard Baker
Today's story is called 'You Can't Listen to Everyone' by Mabel Watts.
The picturebooks for next week are 'Anna has a Cold' by Inger and Lasse Sandberg, and 'Follow this Line' by Michael O'Leary.
Scriptwriter and director:
Nicholas Thomas introduces a discussion on the problems facing both professional and amateur archaeologists in the future.
The World Tonight
Reporting: John Timpson, Peter Woods and the correspondents, at home and abroad, of BBC News.
A weekly series for gardeners, advanced and beginner, throughout the British Isles.
Kenneth Burras (Oxford), Alice Coats (Birmingham), Geoffrey Smith (Harrogate) examine a Victorian revolution in plant protection-the chance discovery which has led to a popular indoor fashion of today... A Garden in a Carboy.
From the Midlands
Directed and produced by:
A series featuring song, music, and comedy and the best from the world of entertainment.
Starring Andy Williams
and this week's guests: Trini Lopez, Don Knotts, The Lennon Sisters, The Mickie Finn Gang
A programme recorded in the U.S.A.
The Mickie Finn
In the third match of this nine-match series one of the greatest characters - and biggest money-winners-in golf takes on the most successful recent overseas 'invader' of the American circuit.
Doug Sanders, U.S.A. v. Bruce Devlin, Australia
at Royal Birkdale.
Prize-money: $4,000 to the winner; $3,000 to the loser
Produced and directed by:
Written by Larry Marcus.
A series of outstanding film dramas.
This week starring John Cassavetes, Jack Klugman
"Even in our sceptical age the message of the icons cannot be totally silenced."
A film shot in Paris with one of the greatest living icon-painters, and in London where icons have become a part of the fashionable scene.
With Fr. Gregory Krug, Nigel Gosling, Caroline Stanley Turner, Edmund Wilford, Dick Temple, Stavros Mihalarios and Archbishop Anthony Bloom.
A last look around the daily scene with Michael Dean, Joan Bakewell, Tony Bilbow, Brian King, Sheridan Morley.
Auntie, did you feel no pain? (Harry Graham)