Today's story is: "The Happiest Elephant in the World"
Written by Minami Nishiuci
Illustrated by Seiichi Horiuchi
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Peter West introduces recorded highlights of the fourth day's play.
Presented by David Kenning, Bill Taylor in collaboration with the Australian Broadcasting Commission
What is General Studies? Who is it for? And why?
A film about Southgate Technical College, London
with Peter Woods reporting the world tonight
Leeds (blue with amber band) v Hull KR (red)
Leeds, with no fewer than five players in the recent World Cup squad, take on the 'Robins' for a place in the final.
Gordon Wilkins covers the motoring news of the week with Maxwell Boyd, Michael Frostick and Judith Jackson.
In tonight's programme meet the winner of motor racing's most coveted award the Ferodo Trophy. Take a trip to Denmark on board a new kind of continental car ferry. Fly from Southend and sample the new shape of cross-Channel flights for motorists in 1971.
by Hugo Charteris
Starring Constance Cummings, Charles Gray, Peter Blythe, Fanny Rowe
In the house near the Irish border the atmosphere is already tense with fear. An unexpected arrival makes a crisis inevitable.
Presented by Rene Cutforth
Sunday morning, 7 December, 1941 - Pearl Harbour, Hawaii. The devastating Japanese surprise attack on the American Pacific Fleet. 'The day that will live in infamy.'
American Intelligence knew of the attack six hours before it took place. But the American top-brass didn't act on it till it was too late.
How the Americans were able to decode Japanese diplomatic messages by reconstructing the top-secret Japanese code machine is American Intelligence's greatest success story.
(How do you rate as a codebreaker's page 15)
Based on the book "The Codebreakers" by:
Joan Bakewell, Michael Dean, Tony Bilbow, Sheridan Morley