Story: The Rooster Sets Out to See the World written and illustrated by ERIC CARLE
JULIE STEVENS , LIONEL MORTON
England v Pakistan First day
Coverage up to the close of play direct from Headingley.
Two people of opposing views discuss an issue of the day-with Michael Dean in the chair.
Producer MICHAEL HILL
A series of programmes in which Robert Erskine seeks to recapture the life and events of ancient times.
The Forgotten Kingdom
The remains of the mysterious Kingdom of Kush lie dotted about in the Sudanese desert. Its ruined temples and pyramids signify the influence of Egypt: and later on, a few imported objects indicate that Roman traders ultimately penetrated to this distant land. But at heart Kush remained an African civilisation, cut off from its great neighbours by the Nile cataracts: a bizarre Negro kingdom whose isolation even intrigued antiquity.
Producer GEOFFREY BAINES
by H. G. WELLS
Another chance to see this dramatisation in four parts by ALUN RICHARDS
Young Mr Lewisham is an assistant master at a boys' school in Sussex. In spite of his modest circumstances he plans a great future. Part 1
Cast in order of appearance
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Make-up JAN HARRISON Designer MOIRA TAIT
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE Director CHRISTOPHER BARRY
Miss Ethel Henderson:
Hotspot: The Nyiragongo volcanic crater, Zaire.
Producer and director ROBIN LEHMAN
with special guest Warren Mitchell as Alf Garnett
featuring Adrienne Posta with Paul Greenwood and Segment
ALYN AINSWORTH AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Summertime and the stars head for the sea. In Lulu's case to Bournemouth where she's appearing for a summer season.
Choreographer NIGEL LYTHGOE
Script by GEOFF ROWLEY and ANDY BAKER
Script editor PETER ROBINSON Warren Mitchell's material by JOHNNY SPEIGHT
Executive producer JOHN AMMONDS
Producer VERNON LAWRENCE
The Cog of Bremen sank in 1380 without ever having gone to sea. A sand dredger discovered her in thick mud in the river Weser at Bremen, North Germany, in 1962 -a missing piece of the nautical jigsaw between the Viking long-ships and the 17th-century Vasa. In this Chronicle Magnus Magnus -son tells the story of the fight to save this huge vessel from being torn to pieces by the tidal river which had covered her for 600 years, and how the Germans are reassembling the pieces in a museum in Bremerhaven.
Director ROY DAVIES
Executive producer PAUL JOHNSTONE
Presented by David Holmes Weather