A programme for children at home
Carol Chell , John White
In the story chair,
' The Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher ' by BEATRIX POTTER
England v. Australia
FIFTH TEST MATCH
First day's play at The Oval Commentary team:
Brian Johnston , Peter West
Richie Benaud , Denis Compton Ted Dexter
PHILIP LEWIS , NICK HUNTER
The World Tonight
John Timpson , Peter Woods and the reporters and correspondents, at home and abroad, of BBC News followed by THE WEATHER
It's a series of views, very largely
THE COUNTESS OF SUTHERLAND inherited in 1963 a castle, a magnificent collection of pictures, and one of the largest estates in Scotland. But though this property is worth a million pounds, it doesn' pay.
Reporter, Magnus Magnusson
Producer, JOHN GAU
Gordon Wilkins covers the world of motoring
THE FLYING FINNS
The Rally of 1,000 Lakes ended last Sunday in Finland, a country which produces some of the best rally drivers in the world. What explains the success of rally winners like Aaltonen and Makinen? Why are the forests and lakes of Finland an outstanding proving ground for competitors and cars?
Stuart Turner , the competition manager who first paired Finnish drivers with English navigators in the world-beating B.M.C. Mini-Cooper team, looks at some of the answers along the 1,000-mile route of this international rally which the Finns have made their own.
Director, TONY SALMON Producer, BRIAN ROBINS
starring RALPH TAEGER as a lone scout, a man with conflicting loyalties, operating with the U.S. Cavalry in Indian Territory
Hondo and the Mad Dog and SAM
A murderer whose only witness is a dog should have little difficulty in escaping detection-but Sam isn' just an ordinary dog.
by GEORGE ELIOT
A second chance to see this dramatisation in seven parts by MICHAEL VOYSEY
After the death of Casaubon, Dorothea and Ladislaw have parted. Fred Vincy is working with Mr. Garth; and Brooke has given up his newspaper.
PART 6: The Wife and the Widow
Producer, DAVID CONROY
Directed by JOAN CRAFT
Shown on Saturday
A series of highly personal films
Gerald Scarfe says "I think I see violence all around me."
The sheer ferocity of a Scarfe cartoon, stripping his subjects of any human dignity and reducing them to a kind of sub-animal level, provokes a violent reaction in many people.
'I expected to find myself working with a suppurating sore,' said one of the animators on this film, 'but he's not like that at all...' Even his victims, when they meet the artist face to face, are often surprised to find themselves in the presence of such a mild, gentle sort of person.
In this disturbing, at times horrifying film, Gerald Scarfe may not solve the riddle of his own conflicting nature but he certainly casts a blinding light on it.
Executive producer Christopher Ralling
Directed by John Irvin
A last look around the daily scene with Michael Dean , Joan Bakewell Tony Bilbow , Brian King and Sheridan Morley and Gerald Scarfe
Editor, ROWAN AYERS