6.46 Educational Decision-making.
7.5 Chromatin. 7.30 Politics-France 1908.
Story: Uncle Toby's Picnic Written by HANS G. LENZEN Illustrated by SIGRID HANCK Presenters
KAREN PLATT , BRIAN CANT
Guitarist BOB FALLOON
Pianist PETER PETTINGERt Designer CHRIS HULL
Written and directed by PETER CHARLTON Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
The Colgate European LPGA Championship
TONY GUBBA introduces a report from the second round of this tournament being held for the fourth year on the Old Course, Sunningdale. Commentators
PETER ALLISS , CLIVE CLARK
MARK MCCORMACK and LEWINE MAIR
Producers RICHARD TILLING , FRED VINER Editor A. P. WILKINSON
4.55 ' Out uf Sight - Out of Mind? '
5.20 Ecosystem. 5.45 Romantic Recital.
6.10 Language and Learning.
6.35 Salvation and Politics.
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
A series of five programmes 1: Mother and Child
The first five years of a child's life are crucial for the development of intelligence, sociability, and the ability to love. Parents have a vital role to play in this.
' The most immediate question the programme will provoke is that of how they filmed children behaving with such lack of reaction to the camera.' (THE GUARDIAN) Narrated by HUGH DAVID
Film editor ERIC MIVAL
- Producer EURFRON GWYNNEJONES
The last of six films
6: Corporal of Horse Christopher Slater , The Life Guards Squadron of the Household Cavalry Regiment The men of the Household Division, as well as being highly trained fighting soldiers, are also the finest ceremonial troops in the world. On a tour of duty at Hyde Park Barracks
CoH Christopher Slater of the Life Guards Squadron of the Household Cavalry Regiment, leads a life almost wholly concerned with horses.
He organises his troopers as they mount the regular Queen's Life Guard at Whitehall or escort the'ir Sovereign on State occasions and in his free time rides with the Life Guards team at hunter trials.
Film editor LARRY TOFT Director ANN FREER
Producer FRANCES WHITAKER
A government suggestion that
Ealing Studios should make a film about Australia's war effort was the start of a notable involvement in Australian film-making. The first production, The Overlanders, was a remarkable achievement by Harry Watt - a vivid and authentic. reconstruction of a 2,000-mile-long cattle drive.
8.0 Gaumont British News
October 1946: Eisenhower at Balmoral - Prague Exhibition - Lady Baden-Powell
Rafferty Daphne Campbell
In 1942 the Japanese invasion of northern Australia seemed inevitable and a scorched earth policy was planned. But drover Dan McAlpine knows that 1,000 head of cattle can help to win the war and with a small band of helpers starts a trek across 2,000 miles of some of the toughest country in the world.
Screenplay by HARRY WATT Producer MICHAEL BALCON DirectorHARRY WATT Films: page 11
Sailor (' Sinbad '):
Introduced by Rene Cutforth
A programme from the BBCtv Archives for each of the past 25 years: 1955
Bless em All celebrated the Tenth Anniversary of Victory in Europe and featured ' the stars who lightened the war years'
Vera Lynn singing her best-loved songs Richard Murdoch Kenneth Home and Sam Costa revisiting Much Binding Jack Warner
Charlie Chester and Eric Barker
George Melachrino and his Orchestra
Introduced by John Snagge
Richard Dimbleby , Jean Metcalfe and Ralph Reader
Producer DEREK BURRELL-DAVIS
Another chance to see Britain's own international singing superstar in her first-ever television series
Tonight: Show 6 Guest stars
Bobby Goldsboro Rod McKuen and Emma with THE SHIRLEY BASSEY DANCERS
Orchestra conducted by ARTHUR GREENSLADE
Choreographer NIGEL LYTHGOE Designers
VICTOR MEREDITH and ROBERT BERK Producer STEWART MORRIS
TONY GUBBA introduces highlights from the second day's play in the Colgate European LPGA Championship
Producer RICHARD TILLING Editor A. P. WILKINSON