Blue Peter starring
KIERON MOORE , GRETA GYNT
SARAH LAWSON , MERVYN JOHNS
Screenplay by DON SHARP and JOHN PUDNEY from a story by DON SHARP
Produced by Herbert Mason
Directed by Wolf Rilla
An embittered naval war hero returns from Korea and takes a post as instructor at the Outward Bound Sea School where he begins to discover a new purpose in life.
Mrs Mary Griffin:
Introduced by Cliff Morgan
The International Championship 1968-69
SCOTLAND v. WALES
Because of their astounding victory over the reigning champions in the first international match of the season-when France had 90 per cent of the play yet had to concede defeat by three points to six points-it is difficult, apart from acknowledging the courage of their magnificent defence, to assess Scotland's chances especially against a team with the potential of Wales, whose new coaching and training methods will be on trial for the first time today.
Commentator at Murrayfield, Bill McLaren
Television presentation by Bill
Malcolm See Grandstand at 12.45
by FYODOR DOSTOEVSKY dramatised in six parts by HUGH LEONARD
Stepan, having been coerced into an engagement with Dasha, looks forward to his son's arrival to free him. Pyotr's arrival is also eagerly awaited by the revolutionary group.
PART 2: The Cripple
Cast in order of appearance:
Script editor, Lennox Phillips Lighting. Robert Wright Designer, Derek Dodd
Producer, DAVID CONROY
Directed by NAOMI CAPON
The story of the seabed exploration, by Dr. George Bass of the Pennsylvania University Museum, of a rich Byzantine merchant ship which sank off the coast of Turkey 1,100 years ago and was the first underwater wreck to be excavated in a truly scientific manner.
Filmed by CLAUDE DUTHUIT
Produced bv PAUL JOHNSTONE
First shown in Chronicle on October 28, 1967
JULIE FELIX with special guests,
THE 5th DIMENSION
Musical director, JOHN CAMERON
Special material, Joe Steeples Sound, Hugh Barker
Lighting, Ken McGregor Design, J. Roger Lowe
Production, MEL CORNISH
Julie's guests The 5th Dimension, the outstanding American pop group, flew in to London for one day specially to record tonight's programme. Julie's other guests, the fabulous Kinks, will be doing a couple of numbers from their latest LP, Village Green Preservation Society.'
The weekly arts magazine
This week including:
"I'm fed up working for bastard millionaires. I want to work for the really big public. Art should be available for everybody."
Takis, an important figure in the international art scene, is fulfilling his intention by creating sculptures to be mass-produced. His Signals, originally Â£1,500, now sells for about Â£15. This film by Mahmoud Khosrowshahi shows Takis, his work, and the reactions and opinions of Douglas Cooper, art critic and collector, Jeremy Fry, who manufactures the multiples, workmen in his factory, and members of the public.
Art should be like a pocketbook: take it into a coffee-shop, take it home, eat with it, play with it; and when you're fed up just throw it away.
Director (Takis Unlimited):
Subject (Takis Unlimited):
Line-Up's Saturday diversion which this week features Chicken Shack.
starring Ray Milland, Jane Wyman with Phil Terry, Howard da Silva
The Academy Award-winning film about an alcoholic who cannot give up the bottle even with the help of understanding friends and medical science.
From a novel by: