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' How Big is a Foot' by ROLF MYLLER
Presenters this week
Carole Ward , John White
Reporting the world tonight Peter Woods
With MARTIN BELL
MICHAEL BLAKEY , MICHAEL CLAYTON MICHAEL SULLIVAN
DAVID TINDALL , RICHARD WHITMORE and the correspondents, at home and abroad, of BBC News and Weather
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When a dangerous gang of outlaws capture Victoria and try to take her over the border to Mexico, Buck and Manolito find they have more than enough trouble getting her back.
This week's programme in the series on Man and Science Today.
Last December the remains of a small dinosaur were found in Antarctica. More recently an Italian fishing village was found to be slowly rising. Each day the inhabitants of San Francisco await the destruction of their city.
These three unrelated news items have now been linked by exciting new discoveries based on the old theory of ' Continental drift.'
Many a doodling schoolboy has noticed that South America nearly fits under the bulge of West Africa and that the two could have split apart; but within the last few years scientists have discovered that all the world's land masses are involved in a global merry-go-round. Where they split apart earthquakes and volcanoes occur, and where they collide great mountain ranges have been pushed up from the surrounding ocean.
These discoveries have meant a revolution in geology and tonight's Horizon tells the whole fascinating story of the earth's waltzing continents.
Narrator CHRISTOPHER CHATAWAY
Editor PETER GOODCHILD
Producer SIMON CAMPBELL-JONES
From the League of Champions tonight's programme features John Spencer v
The 1969 World Snooker Champion takes on the game's elder statesman - Midland Champion Kingsley Kennerley.
Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Commentator TED LOWE
Directors DAVID KENNING , REG PERRIN Production PHILIP LEWIS (from Birmingham)
The fourth of six programmes in which Robert Erskine seeks to recapture ancient times.
The reliefs and inscriptions which cover the colossal Egyptian Temple of Karnak make this famous ruin a document in stone which records the political events of 1,000 years from 1800 BC.
It was the central shrine of Amun, a humble local god of Thebes, who rose to supremacy with the support of the Theban Pharaohs who were his devotees. Over 10 centuries they added vast courts, halls, and gateways to celebrate his greatness.
Produced by GEOFFREY BAINES
The 1970 us Masters Tournament Defending champion GEORGE ARCHER (USA)
The highlights of the Final Round Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER
Throughout the hard, long season of the American Professional Circuit, no tournament commands greater respect and affection from both players and spectators than the ' Masters.' Played annually over the famed and deceptively beautiful Augusta National Course the ' Masters ' always produces a champion of distinction.
As well as all the great names of the American circuit, the invitation list this year includes Britain's TONY JACKLIN and BERNARD GALLACHER; GARY PLAYER of South Africa; ROBERTO DE VICENZO of the Argentine; BRUCE DEVLIN of Australia, and BOB CHARLES of New Zealand.
This is the first of four top golf events from the USA that will be shown in colour on BBC2 within hours of their finish. The others are the us Open in June, the us PGA in August, and the World Series, ' the championship of champions' in September. And of course there will be full coverage of the major British events.
Presented in collaboration with the Columbia Broadcasting System
Edited for BBCtv by ALAN MOUNCER and don SAYER
Talk, argument, people, diversion with JOAN BAKEWELL , MICHAEL DEAN TONY BILBOW , SHERIDAN MORLEY
Editor ROWAN AYERS