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: Play School: Dressing-Up Day

Today's story is 'The Golden Apple of the Hesperides' retold by Anna Home

(repeated on BBC1 and BBC Wales at 4.20 pm)
(Colour)

Contributors

Writer (The Golden Apple of the Hesperides): Anna Home
Presenter: Diane Dorgan
Presenter: Rick Jones

: Closedown

: Medicine Today

A monthly series of programmes for doctors

(repeated next Tuesday evening on BBC1 and BBC Wales)

Contributors

Presented by: Mary Hoskins
Series editor: James McCloy

: Closedown

: This Question of Pressures: 2: The Voice of the Tortoise

Aldabra, a tiny atoll in the Indian Ocean, is a treasure house of rare plants and animals where in 1966 defence chiefs planned to put down an RAF staging post. Scientists campaigned with opponents of the underlying strategy to preserve it. Could they hope to succeed?
Introduced by John Tidmarsh
with The Rt Hon Denis Healey, MBE, MP, Tam Dalyell, MP, Arthur Davidson, MP, Philip Goodhart, MP, David Steel, MP, Charles Douglas-Home

Contributors

Presenter: John Tidmarsh
Panellist: The Rt Hon Denis Healey
Panellist: Tam Dalyell
Panellist: Arthur Davidson
Panellist: Philip Goodhart
Panellist: David Steel
Panellist: Charles Douglas-Home
Producer: John Eidinow

: Newsroom

Reporting the world tonight
John Timpson and Peter Woods and the reporters and correspondents, at home and abroad, of BBC News
Weather
(Colour)

Contributors

Newsreader: John Timpson
Newsreader: Peter Woods

: Floodlit Rugby League Competition: Wigan (all white) v Hull

for the BBC2 Trophy
Wigan, the 1968 Floodlit champions, defend their title against one of Yorkshire's hard fighting sides

(Colour)

Contributors

Commentator: Eddie Waring
Producer: Ray Lakeland

: Jazz Scene

at the Ronnie Scott Club
A series of weekly programmes featuring some of Britain's top jazz artists at Europe's No 1 Jazz Club
Tonight
Alex Welsh and his Band
Alex Welsh (trumpet-cornet), Roy Williams (trombone), Al Gay, Johnny Barnes (saxophones and clarinets), Fred Hunt (piano), Harvey Weston (bass), Jim Douglas (guitar), Lennie Hastings (drums)
The band has been in existence since 1954 with remarkably few changes of personnel. It has built an enormous reputation accompanying visiting American jazz musicians, and last year Alex and the band were invited to the Newport Jazz Festival in America where they earned rave notices from the critics.
'A band unlike anything we have in the us today - call it mainstream if you will - to me it's jazz in the best sense of the word' (Dan Morgenstern editor, Downbeat magazine)
'One of the most perfectly realised jazz selections that this listener has heard at Newport - or for that matter anywhere!' (John S. Wilson, New York Times)
Introduced by Ronnie Scott

(Colour)

Contributors

Trumpeter/cornetist: Alex Welsh
Trombonist: Roy Williams
Saxophonist/clarinetist: Al Gay
Saxophonist/clarinetist: Johnny Barnes
Pianist: Fred Hunt
Bass: Harvey Weston
Guitarist: Jim Douglas
Drummer: Lennie Hastings
Presenter: Ronnie Scott
Lighting: Hugh Cartwright
Sound: Graham Haines
Design: Lesley Bremness
Direction: Vernon Lawrence
Production: Terry Henebery

: Premiere: See How They Run


Written by Michael Blankfort
starring John Forsythe, Senta Berger, Jane Wyatt, Leslie Nielsen, Franchot Tone

Three children face the problem of their widowed father's disappearance. Their discoveries are unpleasant and dangerous, but their future is assured.

(Colour)

Contributors

Writer: Michael Blankfort
Producer: Jack Laird
Director: David Lowell Rich
Martin Young: John Forsythe
Orlando Miller: Senta Berger
Augusta: Jane Wyatt
Elliot Green: Leslie Nielsen
Baron Frood: Franchot Tone
Tirza: Pamela Franklin
Jamesy: Jackie Jones
Maggie: Jamie Field
Rudy King: George Kennedy
Vincent Manley: Harlan Warde
Arturo: Robert Carricart

: Europa

The World as Seen Through European Eyes
What does Italy think of France? How do the Germans look at the Danes? Each week Europa brings to your screen the European view of things.
Introduced by Derek Hart

Contributors

Presenter: Derek Hart
Producer: Anthony Chivers

: News Summary, Weather

(Colour)

: Line-Up: Tuesday

With Joan Bakewell, Michael Dean, Tony Bilbow, Sheridan Morley
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Joan Bakewell
Presenter: Michael Dean
Presenter: Tony Bilbow
Presenter: Sheridan Morley
Editor: Rowan Ayers








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