A programme for children at home.
Today's story is called "Mrs. Mopple's Washing Line" by Anita Hewett.
Illustrated by Robert Broomfield.
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The Women's Giant Slalom
Outside broadcast cameras bring you the final and most testing of the women's Alpine events, which took place this morning on the Olympic course at Chamrousse.
Commentator, Max Robertson
Presented by the French Television Service
African craftsmen make full use of the materials around them to produce beautiful and expressive objects for daily use.
Introduced by Raymond Kunene.
Reporting: John Timpson and Peter Woods and the correspondents, at home and abroad, of BBC News.
Gordon Wilkins covers the world of holiday motoring.
Six million people in Britain will be taking their holidays abroad this year - over a million of them motorists. What impact will the Â£50 travel limit have on their choice of route? Is it cheaper to go by air and hire a car overseas? Why is the cost of crossing the Channel going up by three shillings in the pound for motorists this summer? Will the British Rail car-ferry hovercraft make the crossing easier or less expensive for drivers?
Polly Elwes and Barrie Gill examine the price and pleasure of driving to the sun.
The decisions made; the battles fought; the power gained; the money made in the world of business and industry.
The High Chaparral ...is the bid of a family seeking roots in the newly won West
..is the threat to the new settlers from Mexicans and Indians
...and spells adventure in the Arizona territory of 1870.
by Henry James
A second chance to see this dramatisation in six parts by Jack Pulman
Starring Richard Chamberlain as Ralph Touchett
Isabel has discovered she has made a terrible mistake, that in searching for freedom she has found a cage.
(Shown on Saturday)
A last look around the daily scene with Michael Dean, Joan Bakewell, Tony Bilbow, Brian King, Sheridan Morley.
"If it were done when 'tis done, then 'twere well it were done quickly" (Shakespeare)