A programme for children at home
Today's story: "The Little Red Hen"
(Repeated on BBC-1 and BBC Wales at 4.20 p.m.)
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The next step in America's bid to be first on the moon
Direct from the Kennedy Space Center During the afternoon, the final count-down and launching of one of the most crucial missions in the manned spacecraft programme Introduced by Cliff Michelmore
Commentators, James Burke, Michael Charlton, Patrick Moore
In association with the European Broadcasting Union and National Aeronautics and Space Administration
On BBC-1 and BBC-2 Colour
Architecture in Europe since 1945
Ten programmes which take a look at the look and the attitudes of the last twenty-five years
Millions of homeless, flattened towns, ruined transport: these were the problems which faced Europe after the war. In England someone said: "We had a grim gratitude to the Luftwaffe for clearance we might not have had the courage to undertake ourselves; even at the height of the blitz plans were being made to rebuild and build anew."
What happened to these plans is the theme of the next three programmes.
Introduced by John Donat
The World Tonight
Reporting: John Timpson, Peter Woods and the reporters and correspondents of BBC News
followed by The Weather
Gordon Wilkins covers the world of motor cycling
For every one motor-bike buyer in Britain there are about ten customers for cars. But traffic jams and motoring taxes could switch drivers from four wheels to two.
Harry Louis, Editor-in-Chief, "Motor Cycle," looks forward to the bike of the 1970s; and Britain's top racing rider, Phil Read, and a motor cycle enthusiast, The Earl of Denbigh, test some of the latest luxury models from Britain, Germany, and Japan.
The Earl of
Written and staged by Sid Green and Dick Hills
with The Ladybirds
Dave King, in a mixture of comedy and songs, is joined by the three-girl group The Ladybirds, who usually provide off-screen backing. Tonight they will be very much in view and you will enjoy seeing and hearing them with Dave in a medley of current pop songs.
Orchestra directed by:
A personal view by Kenneth Clark
In this the first of a new documentary series of thirteen programmes, one of our most distinguished art historians and critics Sir Kenneth Clark examines the ideas and values which to him give meaning to the term Western Civilisation.
Tonight he looks at the Dark Ages, the six centuries following the collapse of the Roman Empire. Travelling from Byzantine Ravenna to the Celtic Hebrides, from the Norway of the Vikings to Charlemagne's chapel at Aachen, he unravels the extraordinary story of how European thought and art were saved by 'the skin of our teeth.'
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Presenting a series of feature films reflecting some of the finest work of France's most famous and talented directors and artists.
Starring Charles Blavette as Toni
Toni's attempt to save the girl he loves from a murder charge leads to further misfortune.
The basic idea for this film was suggested to Jean Renoir by a police commissioner in a small community near Marseilles, who had prepared a comprehensive dossier on a spectacular crime passionnel in the district.
David Holmes 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 inside and outside Westminster
The end of today in front of tomorrow with Michael Dean, Joan Bakewell, Tony Bilbow, Sheridan Morley and tonight's guests