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9.38 Look and Read
(Shown on Monday)

10.0-10.20 Middle School Physics
(Shown on Thursday)

10.25-10.45 Gwlad a Thref
A series for Welsh schools.
(Welsh transmitters, Sutton Coldfield, Holme Moss, Wenvoe West)

11.0 Spotlight
People - Politics - Problems
(Shown on Thursday)

11.23-11.38 Watch!: A Story
(Shown on Tuesday)

yn bennaf ym meysydd Uen ac arferion gwerin
Y tro hwn byddwn yng nghwmni
Syr Thomas Parry-Williams Frank Price Jones
Yr Athro Melville Richard*
Dr. lorwerth C. Peate
Y cyfarwyddo gan RHYDDERCH JONES
(Folk Customs)
(First shown on BBC Wales)
(Crystal Palace, Sutton Coldfield, Holme Moss, Wenvoe West)
(to 13.25)

Contributors

Unknown:
Syr Thomas Parry-Williams
Unknown:
Dr. Lorwerth C. Peate

The second day of the Liverpool Spring Meeting.

2.35 The Coronation Hurdle Race (Div. 1)
over two miles and 100 yards

3.10 The Mildmay Steeplechase
over two miles and eighty yards

3.45 The Coronation Hurdle Race (Div. II)
over two miles and 100 yards

4.15 The 116th Liverpool Spring Cup
over one mile, two furlongs, and 170 yards

(to 16.25)

Contributors

Commentator:
Peter O'Sullevan
Commentator:
Clive Graham
Interviewer:
David Coleman
Presented for television by:
Ray Lakeland

Introduced by Roger Whittaker.

Ready with a whistle and a song with
Jack Haig as Mr. Wacky Jacky, comedy and calamity
Dilys Watling, The miss who's a hit with a song
Larry Parker and Theodore Rabbit, up to their usual tricks.

Guest stars, Simon Dupree and The Big Sound

Dilys Watling is in "Fiddler on the Roof" at Her Majesty's Theatre, London; Bert Hayes is at the Butlin's Hotels, Cliftonville

Contributors

Singer/guitarist/presenter:
Roger Whittaker
Mr. Wacky Jacky:
Jack Haig
Singer:
Dilys Watling
Magician/script:
Larry Parker
Band:
Simon Dupree and the Big Sound
Musicians:
The Bert Hayes Octet
Designer:
Peter Julien
Producer:
Peter Whitmore

Kerr returns from the conference at Torquay; Vivienne is 'at home' to Miss Eaton; and the Pargeters find themselves on the horns of a dilemma.
From the Midlands

Contributors

Devised by:
Colin Morris
Story by:
John Cresswell
Script:
Bob Stuart
Producer:
Bill Sellars
Director:
John Ingram
Gran Hamilton:
Gladys Henson
Vivienne Cooper:
Maggie Fitzgibbon
Lance Cooper:
Raymond Hunt
Celia Stuart:
Beryl Cooke
Joyce Harker:
Wendy Richard
Gloria:
Caroline Burt
Henry Burroughs:
Campbell Singer
Gordon Pargeter:
Colin Stepney
William Pargeter:
Julian Somers
Rufus Pargeter:
Michael Redfern
Arnold Trip:
Gerald Cross
Sydney Huxley:
Anthony Verner
Jeff Langley:
Michael Collins
Philip Cooper:
Jeremy Bulloch
Mrs. Heenan:
Vanda Godsell
Andrew Kerr:
Robin Bailey
Amelia Huntley:
Naomi Chance
Joe:
John Berwyn
Maggie:
Pamela Cundell
Veronica:
Gay Rorke
Bert Harker:
Robert Brown
Miss Eaton:
Mary Hignett
Gilbert Eaton:
John Franklyn Robbins

This listing contains language that some may find offensive.

by Richard Waring.
Starring Wendy Craig as Jennifer Corner and Ronald Hines as Henry Corner
with Fanny Rowe as Mother, Charlotte Mitchell as Mary, Jack Allen as Father

Contributors

Writer:
Richard Waring
Signature Music:
Ronnie Hazlehurst
Incidental Music:
Dennis Wilson
Designer:
Moira Tait
Producer:
Graeme Muir
Jennifer Corner:
Wendy Craig
Henry Corner:
Ronald Hines
Mother:
Fanny Rowe
Mary:
Charlotte Mitchell
Father:
Jack Allen
Trudi:
Roberta Tovey
Robin:
Hugo Keith-Johnston
Amanda:
Jill Riddick
Ferris:
Paul Dawkins
Schoolboy:
John Leverett

by John Lucarotti
[Starring] Geoffrey Keen, Ray Barrett, Philip Latham, Isobel Black
Guest stars, Jack Gwillim, Paul Hardwick, Zakes Mokae, John Horton

When the gas bubble exploded in the North Sea recently, every newspaper called The Troubleshooters' office. They knew the series' reputation for forecasting events, was anything similar planned? The answer, inevitably, was: 'We received the script last week.' Once again Mogul got there first!
In tonight's story, however, the explosions in the Mediterranean are much bigger. And it is only the start of Mogul's headaches. While Stead copes with the international repercussions, Thornton is sailing a relief rig through a Caribbean hurricane and Izard faces trouble of a different sort in Sicily. They are all backed by some spectacular real-life film never before seen by the public.

Contributors

Writer:
John Lucarotti
Series created by:
John Elliot
Designer:
John Hurst
Producer:
Peter Graham Scott
Director:
Alan Gibson
Bruno:
Makki Marseilles
Johnny Sawchuk:
John Horton
Umberto:
Paul Armstrong
Brian Stead:
Geoffrey Keen
Willy Izard:
Philip Latham
Claire Clarkson:
Jennifer Clulow
Peter Thornton:
Ray Barrett
Joshua Macey:
Zakes Mokae
Sir Charles Bliss:
Jack Gwillim
Angelica:
Ania Marson
Luigi Porto:
James Caffrey
Cmdr. Reddington:
John Atkinson
Giovanni Coltroni:
Paul Hardwick
Eileen O'Rourke:
Isobel Black
Newspaperman:
Arthur Pentelow

A series which takes up the cause of people fighting for a fair deal.
Magnus Magnusson examines The Case of David's School

Last September seven-year-old David was removed by the local council from the primary school near his home, where he was happy and doing well, to a special school over a hundred miles away. His parents still do not understand why and they desperately want David back with them. Was the council's decision the right one? If not, what can the parents do about it?

Contributors

Presenter:
Magnus Magnusson
Producer:
David Gerrard
Editor:
Ian Martin

In the first of two programmes, Peter Ustinov talks to Leslie Hardcastle and members of the National Film Theatre about
Schooldays
"I looked out of place and that helped a great deal"
His Screen Debut
"I was over-awed, very young, extremely thin"
Show Business
"Everybody takes his own path through the jungle"
Internationalism
"People who speak a lot of languages usually have nothing to say in any of them"
Scenes from: "The Goose Steps Out" (1941), "Beau Brummel" (1954), "The Comedians"(1968)

Contributors

Interviewee:
Peter Ustinov
Interviewer:
Leslie Hardcastle
Producer:
Tony Staveacre

BBC One London

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BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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