Story: I Wish I Could Whistle by IVY GALLAGHER
Guest storyteller Percy Edwards Presenters
DIANE DORGAN , LIONEL MORTON
7 : Talk Back 1
An outside broadcast from a school where earlier programmes in the series have been watched and discussed by a group of teachers and parents.
Introduced by ALAN little
Producer david alien
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5: Lost Worlds
Tar, coal and clay are some of the preservatives that allow whole environments to be reconstructed.
Introduced by Dr Alan Charig
Director PETER RAMSDEN
Producer BRENDA HORSFIELD
The world of motoring with Cliff Michelmore
On the eve of the Royal Wedding JUDITH JACKSON and BARRIE GILL look at the cars in which HRH Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips have enjoyed their first few years of motoring. In West Germany MICHAEL frostick test-drives the new Opel Kadett, to be introduced in Britain tomorrow, and the programme also includes a report from Italy on the latest juggernaut lorries unveiled this week at the International Commercial Vehicle Show in Turin.
Director PETER ci.eaver
Producers JOHN MILLS, TONY salmon Editor BRIAN ROBINS
for the BBC2 Trophy Second Quarter-Final
Bramley v Castleford or Halifax
Bramley making their first appearance in the competition have a hard match at home.
Commentator EDDIE waking
Producer RAY LAKELAND
The first of six films featuring some of Britain's most celebrated actors. Tonight also starring
Brenda de Banzie , Roger Livesey and Joan Plowright
Olivier's characterisation of the seedy music-hall performer, Archie Rice , remains one of his most successful and sensational roles. A third-rate song-and-dance man performing in a half-empty town, Archie dreams of the big come-back. Ruthlessly disregarding the feeling of his family and willing to stoop even to illegal means to get to the top, he only succeeds in destroying himself.
Screenplay by JOHN OSBORNE and NIGEL KNEALE
Adapted from the play by JOHN OSBORNE Producer HARRY SALTZMAN Director tony Richardson
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Bob Harris with the news, views and sounds of today's music. Alan Stivell , Al Stewart
Producer MICHAEL afpleton
Presented by David Holmes with Peter Dorling ; Weather