Story: Ball of String by MARGARET ELLIOT Presenters
Sheelagh Gilbey , Ben Thomas
The First Years of Life - The World at One,
It isn't often that Stan has an idea, let alone a good one, but Ollie is foolhardy enough to act upon it with the inevitable result.
A feature film with Claude Hulbert , Charles Hawtrey
When 'St Michael 's School' is evacuated to the eerie Dunbain Castle on the Isle of Skye, William Lamb - their new teacher - naturally goes with them. He soon learns that the castle is haunted by the ghost of Mad MacKinnon and that the bagpipes sound when someone is about to die ...
This comedy thriller, set in war-time Britain, is not only one of Hay's funniest films but also an exciting and often tense murder mystery.
Screenplay by ANGUS MACPHAIL and JOHN DIGHTOH Produced by MICHAEL BALCON Directed by MARCEL VARNEL
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including a news summary with sub-titles, followed by Weather
Each week Newsweek investigates a current issue in context and in close-up, and analyses the ideas that matter now and in the future.
Producer BARRY LANGRIDGE
Deputy editor PETER CERESOLE Editor PETER 1BBOTSON
'Probably the reason the British lost in India ... '
Bill Maynard 's analysis of just one of the puzzles from the past which face tonight's panel.
He is joined by Rula Lenska and regulars Debby Swallow and Wilf Lunn , facing the intrigues of ring-master Julian Pettifer.
Representing the man-in-the-street this week is a team from the Royal Naval Air Station, Yeovilton.
Producer COLIN ROSE
Assistant producer IAN FELL
Editor JOHN SHEARER. BBC Bristol
A series of documentary films set in one of Britain's top boarding schools for boys.
3: Too Much, Too Early, Kills
The Warden (or headmaster) of Radley is a teacher, administrator and Court of Last Resort.
He is a prop to the college's morale, a guardian of its standards, its spokesman, advocate and vindicator.
Dennis Silk is the 14th Warden of Radley. He is a staunch Christian, brilliant cricketer, and a lover of gardening and English literature. In this portrait he is observed as he copes with Radley's day-to-day chores and problems: a new Sub-Warden to be appointed; parents to be harangued on the dangers of over-indulging their sons; two boys to be punished for drunkenness. This at a time when a vital General Election was under way, and Labour was committed to the abolition of schools like Radley.
DAVID FEIG , PAUL HOULSTEN
Sound recordist CHRIS KING
Film editor ANDREW WILLSMORE
Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer RICHARD DENTON
starring and with and in Dr Winchester and Mr Hyde
B J Hunnicutt:
This week: Fighting Back
TROOPER KEITH THOMPSON , aged 18, and SECOND LIEUTENANT PAUL CUR RELL, 22. were almost given up for dead when they were blown up on security patrols 18 months ago. Their lives were saved by surgeons and nurses at Belfast Royal Hospital using new techniques that have become the envy of the medical world, and Man Alive followed their return to consciousness in the much-acclaimed film, Fighting for Life. Since then hospitals have been battling to restore both men to health and independence.
Lieutenant Currell, who had a leg blown off has had to learn to walk again and is still in the army. Keith Thompson , who suffered severe head injuries and has had to learn to read and write again at the age of 19, has left the army and found a job despite partial paralysis.
Harold Williamson follows their determined fight to make a fresh start against impossible odds.
Film cameramen DAVID PEAT, CHRIS O'DELL Film editor dick PULL
Producer PAUL HAMANN. Editor TIM SLESSOR
takes an optimistic look at this week's news and events. With resident guest Barbara Dickson and Judy Tzuke
Director DEREK TOWERS
Producer KEN STEPHINSON BBC Manchester
PETER SNOW, CHARLES WHEELER , JOHN TUSA and PETER HOBDAY present an informed account of what's happening in the world; plus, at
11.15*, an update on the day's major stories from FRAN MORRISON , the evening's sports results from DAVID DAVIES , and the Weather.
Director AUX SAWARD Editor GEORGE CAREY
A film which looks at the life and loves of Robert Burns as expressed in his own songs. with Kenneth McKellar and Jean Redpath
Arrangements by CEDRIC THORPE DAVIE
JOHN MAXWELL GEDDES and EDWARD MCGUJRE Script by HECTOR MACMILLAN
Producedby GORDON MENZIES and TOM COTTER
LYNDON BROOK reads
Wind by TED HUGHES