Story: The Jumping King by PETER WILTSHIRE
Presenters this week:
Miranda Connell , Rick Jones
with Richard Whitmore
Reporting the world tonight with the BBC's reporters and correspondents at home and abroad Weather
Some of the best from one of the best
Western film series ever made Surtee
In yet another attempt to maintain peace in the territory, John establishes an Apache reservation. A government agent, Captain Surtee, is appointed to control it but his actions seem likely to lead to a full-scale war rather than peace.
starring Alastair Sim
Roy Dotrice , Avice Landon and Thorley Walters in The Usual Channel and featuring Wolfe Morris adapted for television by MICHAEL GILBERT and CHRISTOPHER BOND
Cast in order of appearance
Music by DENNIS WILSON Settings by KEITH HARRIS
Producer JOHN HOWARD DAVIES
(Radio Times People: page 5)
Sir Joshua Hoot, QC:
Mr Justice SwallOW:
According to present plans, you may be able to cross to France by Channel Tunnel in 1978 - official. But after 170 years of hopes and fears in which all plans have been killed by a mixture of claustrophobia and xenophobia, the last major obstacle is a credibility gap. Is it now at last possible that a tunnel will be built?
Horizon visits some of the most complex tunnelling projects in the world today - in America, Japan, Denmark and Mexico - to see how far we have progressed from the glorious engineering adventures of the Victorians towards what planners would like to be able to think of as precise and predictable.
But is it? Just how feasible is that 35-mile hole through the chalk from Britain to France?
The United States
Jack Nicklaus, the us Master golfer and the us Open Champion, failed by only one shot to win the British Open title at Muirfield in July. How costly that shot will have proved if Jack Nicklaus, in his quest for the Grand Slam, wins this PGA Championship, the last of the world's four major golfing events.
Highlights of the final round played last weekend at Oaklands Hill, Birmingham, Michigan, are described by HARRY CARPENTER and PETER ALLISS.
Presented by the American Broadcast. ing Co, edited for BBCtv by ALAN MOUNCER
Two nations within a single shire A county divided by two tongues
An unmarked frontier more real than Offa's Dyke
This week the Royal National Eisteddfod of Wales meets at Haverfordwest in an are"a once ' put to the fire and sword by the Normans, Flemish and Englishman.'
In this film John Seymour walks in search of the ' Landsker,' the border which for 900 years separated Welsh-speaking Pembrokeshire from the Norman colony of ' little England beyond Wales.'
Producer SELWYN RODERICK