7.40 Circadian Rhythms
8.5 Concepts of Man 1830-1914
8.30 Maths - Complex Numbers
8.55 Architecture and Design
9.20 Incomes Policy
9.45 The Changeling
10.10 Maths - Galois Theory
10.35 The Role of Government
11.50 Identical Particles
12.15 Open Forum
12.40 The Alchemist
1.5 Educational Decision-Making
starring George Montgomery Yvonne De Carlo
Tab Hunter , Brian Donlevy
Cowhand Mike Reno finds himself in jail after a brawl in a gambling saloon - and is offered a job by Marshal Gideon McCool who has a strange assortment of prisoners to deliver to the state penitentiary. Director
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An entertainment for children starring Brian Cant with Toni Arthur , Julie Covington David Wood , Jonathan Cohen Spike Heatley , Alan Rushton
Brian and company play away with music, songs, puzzles and comedy.
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Director CAROLE WARD
Producer ANN REAY
a comedy film series starring with Danny Nunez
The Manuel Who Came to Dinner Ed and Manuel, once close friends, are now bitter enemies. Chico, who should know better, rashly attempts a reconciliation.
Gentle Ghost - an Eye to the Future
The stories and sound of the immortal jazzmen whose style of music held sway across continents and gave its name to an era. Buddy Tate , Earle Warren
Joe Newman , Dick Wells , Eddie Durham , Snub
Mosley Gene Ramsey , Tommy Flanagan Jo Jones and The Count Basie Band
Buck Clayton , Andy Kirk
John Hammond , Albert McCarthy with the special participation of Gene Krupa
Narrated by Humphrey Lyttelton
Produced and directed by JOHN JEREMY
Japan v Wales
In the last match of their short tour to Japan the home champions, Wales, play the emerging rugby nation, Japan, in a full international. The Japanese have found that it is difficult to gain possession against British sides but have shown that with the ball they have a fleetness of foot not easily countered.
Commentator NIGEL STARMER-SMITH
TV presentation by Channel 12, Tokyo Series producer BILL TAYLOR
Second of a series of six
'I've been father and mother to them all - David Whitfield, Cliff Richard, Engelbert Humperdinck, Jimmy Tarbuck, Frank Ifield, Mary Hopkin, Lulu..."
ARTHUR ASKEY, speaking not of his racy past but of his roles in traditional pantomime.
Over 50 years in show business has earned him two of the greatest tributes an artist can have: a reputation for being the professional of all professionals - and a huge and devoted audience which spans three generations.
Tonight he talks to Roy Plomley
Trevor Philpott reports on The Making of a Policeman:
The Bramshill Flyers
It's a cherished principle of our police service that every officer must start as an ordinary bobby on the beat. Normally promotion is slow and hard to win. But some way has to be found to attract bright brains into the police force, and to make sure that they are given the chance to reach positions of authority. There is just one way to leap up the ladder, one way by which a few carefully-selected young men can reach inspector's rank within four years of joining the force. Each year, out of 100,000 men in the UK forces, just 30 become ' Bramshill Flyers.'
Film cameraman PETER HALL Film editor LES NEWMAN
Assistant producer MICHAEL MABER
Written and produced by TREVOR PHILPOTT
Hurt Hawks by PETER EVERETT
Having thrown open their house to the war-wounded, the adults attempt to live life as usual. Only a small boy recognises things will never be the same again.
Producer ANNE HEAD
A series presenting some of the best new films made by young film-makers at art colleges, film schools and polytechnics throughout Britain.
Behind the Rent Strike
A documentary made at the National Film School examining what lay behind the rent strike in Kirkby, the social conditions, school and job prospects of some of the people who live on this huge new estate near Liverpool. Directed, photographed and edited by NICHOLAS BROOMFIELD Introduced by Gavin Millar film critic of The Listener
Producer MICHAEL DIBB
People make Television
Tonight: Routes of Conflict
Disagreement - Crisis - Escalation - Violence - Negotiation - Resolution - Co-operation.
It is never as simple as that, but in some respects all conflicts do follow the same routes. By studying these, the Conflict Research Society hopes to add to our understanding of human conflict.
Open Door is produced by the public. Skilled help and advice is available from the BBC's Community Programme Unit.
The Double Diamond International Team Tournament from Turnberry Hotel, Ayrshire
Harry Carpenter introduces highlights of the final day's matches. Commentators HENRY LONGHURST and PETER ALLISS
James Cagney , Phyllis Thaxter with Raymond Massey
James Gleason , Gig Young Selena Royle
Lew Marsh wins a long battle against alcoholism and works his way back to a job as city editor on a leading newspaper. Then he has his toughest assignment: to save his publisher's nephew from the same alcoholic oblivion.
Director GORDON DOUGLAS
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