6.30 Maths: Group Theory
6.55 Science: Snowdon to the Sea
starring Kenneth Griffith A school trip can be many things, including a way to relive a happening of the greatest consequence - the Battle of Bosworth.
The children PUPILS OF THE
WELSH SCHOOL, PONTARDAWE
Film editor CHRIS LAWRENCE
Written and directed by JOHN HEFIN BBC Wales
Mr Huw Meredith, BA:
T R Davies:
Maggie the Bus:
The last in the series, starring Roy Thinnes as David Vincent
With five hours to prevent an attack on earth, Vincent and his 'believers' are implicated by an ambitious attorney in a political assassination.
[Starring] Phil Silvers as Sergeant Bilko
When Bilko's platoon is chosen to feature in an Army training film, the star, Pte 'All-Thumbs' Doberman, gets stage fright and the director quits leaving Bilko in charge. The result is a production Busby Berkeley would have been proud of.
Tag, an orphan fox cub, is adopted by a professional huntsman and reared with a litter of hound puppies. From this strange beginning Tag retains the instincts of a fox, yet becomes the constant companion to Merlin, a puppy hound. When the new season starts the fox becomes a victim of the hunt - but proves too wily for the hunters and disaster strikes.
Screenplay by JAMES HILL
Based on a novel The Ballad of the Belstone Fox by DAVID ROOK Produced by SALLY SHUTER Directed by JAMES HILL
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from the Silk Cut Festival
Join your host David Allan for tonight's sample of country high spots recorded at the Wembley Arena, including Tom Gribbin Ronnie Prophet and Glory-Anne Carriere
Narvel Felts , Conway Twitty Sound
JOHN CAULFIELD , PAUL CUNLIFFE Lighting JOHN WIGGINS Designer JOHN STOUT Directors
SIMON BETTS. DAVE ROSS. BOB WILD Producer DAVE PERROTTET
by STEPHEN LOWE
A saucy comedy for the Bank Holiday about.... saucy seaside postcards.
Lighting director MIKE BAKER Costume designer CELIA PYE Designer JUAN WILLIAMS Producer ROSEMARY HILL Director JEREMY ANCOCK 0 FEATURE: page 4 * CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Join Russell and his guests for tonight's live transmission from the Festival City - music, comment and a look behind the scenes.
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