9.15 Encounter: Spain 1: Town and Village
Life in a Castilian village—and in the provincial capital of Valladolid.
9.33 Descubra Espana Pueblo y capital
Ambiente de pueblo; Vida de ciudad; La semana Santa.
Look What I've Got!
10.12 Science Workshop
Stretch, Weigh and Bounce A
Personal View: Claire Rayner
11.5 Near and Far Bags of Sugar
Producing the world's sugar involves farmers all over the world-from East Anglia to East Africa.
11.30 Home Ground
Country Crafts of Wales 1: Our Daily Bread
How is flour obtained from grain A traditional flour mill at work. Producer J. PHILIP DAVIES
11.55 Better Badminton with JAKE DOWNEY
Basics for beginners and film items about the past, present and future of the game. 1: Beginners
12.20 Visions of Change
A series of six programmes about newsreels and television in the 1950s. 1: Up-to-date Pictures of Current Events
12.45-1.0 Write Away
A practical guide to everyday writing with new and handy ways of remembering spelling.
Presented by BARRY TOOK with MICHAEL GAMBON and SAEED JAFFREY
Adults wanting help with reading, writing or spelling can ring [number removed] during office hours or send their name and address to: Write Away, PO Box 7, London [Postcode removed].
1.10 A Good Job with Prospects Running Your Own Business
1.38 Around Scotland The River Tay
1: Scotland's Longest River
ALEC HEGGIE follows the course of the river from Ben Lui to Dundee.
2.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds
Cosmo and Dibs try to mend the hole in their bucket with help from INDIRA JOSHI. A look at children doing mime. Book: Buzz, Buzz, Buzz.
Director ROSEMARY SHEPHERD
2.15 Music Time
11: Rhythm and the Beat
2.40 Everyday Science Textiles
A murderer is brought to justice on the basis of the forensic examination of fibres found at the scene of the crime.
Narrator FERGUS O'KELLY
Producer MICHAEL COYLE
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Introduced by Antony Hopkins from the Royal Albert Hall , London. A programme featuring talented youngsters who took part in the recent season of Schools Proms.
CORNWALL COUNTY YOUTH BRASS BAND
THE HUNKA TRIO
GRANGETOWN PRIMARY SCHOOL
DONCASTER YOUTH JAZZ ORCHESTRA
WALSH MIDDLE SCHOOL CHOIR
RUDKI: THE POLISH NATIONAL DANCE
HAMPSHIRE COUNTY YOUTH ORCHESTRA
ACTUAL PROOF with special guests
Gary Karr (contrabass) Karen Jones (flute)
Kenny Clare (drums)
The Schools Prom is organised by music FOR YOUTH in conjunction with COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE and the RANK ORGANISATION. Television presentation KEN GRIFFIN
Produced by the NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA
First of six programmes Heat 1
Jack Charlton introduces another series of television's popular knockout fishing competition from Manor House Fisheries, Newark-on Trent.
Britain's leading match anglers compete for the title over six matches. Dr Ian Gibson talks about the dangers of using bronze maggots.
Match commentator PETE THOMPSON Today's peg order: MARK ADDY, DAVE BROGDEN , DENNIS LIPSCOMBE (current Hooked! champion), FRANK BARLOW , KEITH BEAN , ALASDAIR KEIR.
Director TONY WOLFE Producer ROY RONNIE BBC Pebble Mill
* HELPLINES: page 77
The second of three films starring Dirk Bogarde
Tonight with Jean Simmons
Paris 1889. Victoria Barton and her brother arrive for the Great Exhibition. But during the night Johnny mysteriously disappears and the hotel owners claim he - and his room - never existed. In desperation Victoria turns for help to the handsome young painter George Hathaway.
Screenplay by HUGH MILLS and ANTHONY THORNE. Produced by BETTY E . BOX
Directed by TERENCE FISHER and ANTHONY DARNBOROUGH
0 FEATURE: page 19
David Jessel and Sue Cook present a weekly on-camera investigation into crime, punishment and the machinery of justice.
Reports from ED BOYLE and expert comment from MICHAEL MOLYNEUX.
Studio director PIETER MORPURGO
Producer HUGH PURCELL
Editor PETER CHAFER
by DAVID NOBBS
The third of six parts starring Ian Lavender
Mary Tamm , Paul Chapman and Dominic Guard
The dazzling success of Glenn in sales and with young Scandinavian girls is a source of irritation to Denis, who is, as yet, an abysmal flop as a salesman and in his approaches to the feminist Jennifer. But all this could change if Denis can just pull-off the big sale with one Mr Rackemann ...
Film cameraman BILL DUDMAN Film editor GERRY BARWICK
Lighting director JOHN GREEN Designer DAVID LASKEY
Produced and directed by ALAN J. w BELL
... of documentary
A series of films portraying issues, institutions and individuals. Swiss Finishing School
Despite everything, the finishing school is alive and well and mainly to be found in Switzerland. Some 400 monuments to Swiss finishing skill exist in this Alpine paradise.
The most famous perhaps is the Institut Videmanette in Rougemont. For it was here that the future Princess of Wales completed her education. But high in esteem is the Institut Villa Pierrefeu that looks down on Montreux. Here some 24 young ladies are 'finished' at a cost to their parents of nearly 115,000 a year.
Finishing involves not only the learning of French, but also the mysteries of protocol, etiquette, floral art, precedence at table, haute cuisine, styles of furniture and decoration, couture, and all the skills necessary if a girl has the good fortune to 'marry someone who is someone'. The finishing of three English girls, Sarah, Francesca and Natalie, is the subject of this documentary film.
Film cameraman COUN MUNN Film sound RICHARD BOULTER Film editor TONY HEAVEN
Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer RICHARD DENTON • FEATURE: page 12
From the heart of downtown Burbank Dan Rowan and Dick Martin invite you along to the show that's very interesting... but stupid!
Socking it to you tonight are guest stars
Jonathan Winters and Peter Lawford and, of course, the Laugh-In regulars including Lily Tomlin and Jeremy Lloyd
Director GORDON WILES
Executive producer GEORGE SCHLATTER
JOHN TUSA , PETER SNOW and DONALD MACCORMICK , with JOAN BAKEWELL , present the reports and interviews with the analysis that counts.