6.40 Frank Lloyd Wright. 7.5 In It Significant? 7.30 Riccio's Bronzes.
Story: Mrs Toppledopple 's New Spring Hat by PHYLLIS PEARCE Presenters
Floella Benjamin , Brian Cant
Your Rights and the Police
Have you ever been arrested? Would you know what to do if you were arrested?
Theme music on single (RESL 85), from record shops
Book (same title), £2.75, from bookshops
The last of ten programmes on the origins and growth of the Arab-Israeli dispute. End of the Road
Production assistant CAROLINE PICK
Written and produced by ROGER OWEN
The last of five programmes about the cinema and public opinion in the 1940s.
Don't Tell 'Em You've Come to Win the War
Written by Nicholas PRONAY Produced by HOWARD SMITH
Discussion notes available on receipt of a large sae from: Propaganda with Facts, [address removed].
The last of a series of five programmes about children's rights. Kids and the Welfare State
Research VICKI MOORE
Producer SUZANNE DAVIES
4.50 Telecommunication Networks. 5.15 Potsdam 2: The Confrontation. 5.40 Personal Identity. 6.5 Comparing Cultures. 6.30 Drifting Continents.
including sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Concludes the season of Holly-wood's classic Westerns. starring Alan Ladd, Jean Arthur, Van Heflin, Brandon de Wilde
Regarded as one of the truly great Westerns, Shane depicts the bitterness and passion of the feuds that existed between homesteaders and cattlemen in the 1890s. Beautifully filmed in the great Wyoming outdoors, its story is seen through the innocent eyes of a young boy, Joey Starrett. Joey idolises Shane, a mysterious gun-fighter who has come to the homesteaders seeking a peaceful refuge. But Shane is forced to strap on his guns again to aid them in their battle with the cattlemen.
Screenplay by A. B. GUTHRIE jr, based on a novel by JACK SCHAEFER
Produced and directed by GEORGE STEVENS Films: page 12
BBC2 Snooker Championship
As a prelude to next week's Final, a special two-frame ' play-off' to decide the third and fourth places in the competition, featuring Ray Reardon (Wales) six times World Champion v
Eddie Charlton (Australia) or Cliff Thorburn (Canada)
REARDON, beaten by Canadian Jim Wych in the first semi-final, now meets the second losing semi-finalist. Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee JOHN WILLIAMS Commentator TED LOWE
Director ROY NORTON
Producer REG PERRIN . BBC Birmingham Book (same titte), £1.95, from bookshops
The BBC Television International Sheepdog Championship
A series of eight programmes introduced by Phil Drabble with Eric Halsall Heat 4: Ireland
Working as partnerships, with total understanding and confidence in each other, three shepherds and their collies tackle the hazards of the trials course at Cilycwm in mid-Wales. Today's winner goes on to meet last week's Welsh heat winner and challenges him for a place in the Final. The competitors:
TIM FLOOD with Flash DAVID BRADY with Meg JIM MCCONNELL with Dot
Technical co-ordinator JOHN EYNON Director MICHAEL KERR Producer IAN SMITH
including news headlines, weather forecast and sports results.
A series of programmes about the life and music of the Hungarian composer seen through his six string quartets.
Introduced by YEHUDI MENUHIN
String Quartet No 2 (1917)
Bartok's friend Zoltan Kodaly was inspired to give titles to the three movements of this remarkable quartet. The first he called ' Quiet life', the second ' Joy' and the final sustained slow movement ' Sorrow played by the Tokyo String Quartet
Koichiro Harada (violin) Kikuei Ikeda (violin)
Kazuhide Isomura (viola) Sadao Harada (cello)