7.40 Trade and Industry
8.5 Technology and Growth
8.55 Cognitive Potential
9.20 Lucas Aerospace Dispute
9.45 Barnacle Geese
10.10 The Digital Computer
10.35 Solar Cells
11.0 Fetal Physiology
11.25 The Nature of Chemistry
11.50 Telephone Switching: 2
12.15 James Bond: 2
12.40 Christian Community in County Clare
1.5 English Houses of the 1930s
1.30 Amplifiers and Amplification
1.55 Gravity Model
2.20 Hormones and Homeostasis
starring Doris Day , Stephen Boyd Jimmy Durante , Martha Raye
In 1910 the Wonder Circus is kept going by the valiant efforts of Kitty Wonder and in spite of her father's weakness for dice games. But when handsome Sam Rawlins appears on the scene, the show's future seems threatened.
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The Lawn Tennis Championships direct from the All England Club
BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you the closing stages of the play on this the final day of the world's greatest Open tennis tournament.
With all the news and results of the day's play from Harry Carpenter in the Wimbledon studio.
A series of programmes made specially for audiences in the BBC regions and now seen for the first time throughout the UK. Tonight from BBC South Knowles' Ark
The tragic death of Victor the giraffe was a rare setback for John Knowles , who established Marwell Zoological Park six years ago. He breeds wild animals threatened with extinction - from red pandas to snow leopards.
Mike Debens spent a week with JOHN KNOWLES to observe the care and concern for rare animals who thrive in the Hampshire country-side.
Director MIKE DEBENS Producer JOHN FROST
Series co-ordinator FRANK GILLARD
The Story of Britain's Royal Builders and Collectors. Told by Huw Wheldon in a series of nine programmes 6: George IV
He was gifted, wayward and original. He spent a fortune on paintings and palaces. In his youth he loved driving fast carriages, gambling and horse-racing. His affairs scandalised polite society. Prince-Regent during the Napoleonic Wars , he gave his title to a street, a park, an age.
No monarch has had a sharper eye for works of art. The Brighton Pavilion is a brilliant tour-deforce, exotic and yet built with the most modern materials. SIR HUW WHELDON takes us through the private apartments at Windsor Castle and looks at some of the treasures of Sevres china, French furniture and sculpture they contain. Even more in the rebuilding of Windsor Castle George IV left a permanent memorial to the splendid self-confidence that followed the defeat of Napoleon.
Enthralling. (WESTERN DAILY PRESS) Royal Heritage in one of its most engaging chapters. Engaging ... discursive yet disciplined ... constantly interesting. (DAILY MAIL) Historical adviser J. H. PLUMB
Executive producer RICHARD CAWSTON Produced by MICHAEL GILL
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This is the week when singers and dancers from all over the world converge upon the little Welsh town of Llangollen to engage in friendly competition at the International Musical Eisteddfod.
Owain Arwel Hughes presents some of the highlights of this year's festival, and talks to some of the competitors.
Directed by DAFYDD PRATE GWYN HUGHES JONES
Produced by RHYS LEWIS BBC Cymru/Wales
Match of the Day HARRY CARPENTER introduces highlights of the Men's Singles Final
Editor A. P. WILKINSON
A new season of Midnight Movie double bills, with the accent on the bizarre and the supernatural, opens with Murders in the Rue Morgue starring
Bela Lugosi Sidney Fox
The classic movie version of Edgar Allan Poe 's story stars Bela Lugosi as Dr Mirakle, the mad scientist who is attempting to mix the blood of Eric, his giant ape, with that of a young girl. Unfortunately Eric falls in love with the beautiful Camille, an intended victim....
Directed by ROBERT FLOREY and at
The Man Who Could
Cheat Death starring
Anton Diffring Hazel Court
In order to preserve his youth, Dr Bonnet experiments with drugs and every ten years a colleague performs a vital operation on him. Suddenly, the other doctor suffers a stroke and can no longer operate. Bonnet -now over 100 years old-becomes frantic at the thought of a terrible death ...
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Prefect of Police:
Janos, the Black One:
Dr Georges Bonnet: