Story: "Pybus Cat and the Trumpet" Written and illustrated by Hilary Hayton
(Repeated on BBC1 at 4.20 pm)
Writer/illustrator (Pybus Cat and the Trumpet):
The final two hours' play direct from Headingley.
with Clive Jacobs; Weather
with Anthony Smith
A personal journey across four continents.
No figure of imagination, no description of enchantment, can equal in imagery the vista of these great basins (2nd Lt Gustavus C. Doane, 2nd US Cavalry, Sept 1870)
Soon after that vivid comment was made the US Congress decided that the natural wonders of the Yellowstone area in the Rocky Mountains should be preserved permanently as a National Park. This year the world's first National Park is 100 years old, and in September delegates from 90 countries "will meet there to discuss mutual problems and plans.
by Jane Austen
Dramatised in six parts by Denis Constanduros
Emma has befriended Harriet Smith, a young pupil-teacher. Although an inveterate matchmaker, she has encouraged Harriet to reject Robert Martin.
with Neil Cossons
The first of a series of ten programmes looking at Britain's industrial heritage - the richest legacy in Europe of monuments of the Industrial Revolution. A Grand Tour of memorials not to statesmen and soldiers but to the skills and labours of ordinary men whose work gave Britain the title of 'workshop of the world.'
Written by Ian Thorne
and featuring Cicely Courtneidge, Elaine Stritch
with Ronald Radd, Jeannette Sterke, George Chisholm, Lorna Heilbron, Colin Farrell, David Simeon
and a special guest appearance of Evelyn Laye
The Irving Davies Dancers
The Mike Sammes Singers
(Cicely Courtneidge is in "Move Over Mrs Markham" at the Vaudeville Theatre; Evelyn Laye in "No Sex Please, We're British" at the Strand Theatre, London)
The Irving Davies
The Mike Sammes
Richie Benaud introduces highlights of the first day's play from Headingley.
starring Armando Bogus, Antonio Fagundes
The first of six films in a summer selection comes from Brazil and has never been shown in Britain. George Jonas's first feature based on Ariano Suassuna's internationally acclaimed play is a mixture of puppet show, miracle play, commedia dell'arte, and circus - a biting social satire set in the sertoes, the barren northern part of Brazil.
(This Week's Films: page 9)