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10.25-10.45 20th Century Focus: Marriage and Divorce: 3: Marriage Breakdown
(shown on Monday)

11.35 Assignment in Vietnam: Part 2
Another look at the documentary about day-to-day life in Vietnam. Richard West, a free-lance journalist, describes the war being fought in the Mekong delta.
(This film has been divided into three parts for viewers in Schools. Part 3 will be shown at 11.35 am next Monday)
[Repeat]

Contributors

Presenter (Assignment in Vietnam):
Richard West
Director (Assignment in Vietnam):
Richard Taylor

This match, the major game of the Universities fixture list in any year, is endowed with even more interest this season as the Oxford University Rugby Club this year celebrate their centenary. Under the leadership of this year's Captain, the brilliant All-Black Chris Laidlaw, they have already achieved that famous victory over the Sixth Springboks in the opening match of their tour.
Meanwhile Cambridge, whose coaching and training methods are an example to modern Rugby thinking, have been compiling a formidable list of 'successes' against some of the strongest sides in the country and Oxford will have to maintain their exciting form to beat their old rivals for the first time for four years.
(A profound understanding between the forwards and the backs: page 10)
(Colour)

Contributors

Captain (Oxford University):
Chris Laidlaw
Commentator at Twickenham:
Cliff Morgan
Producer:
Alan Mouncer

A weekly series introduced by Johnny Morris
The World of Animals
In the wild, in the zoo, at home - a magazine of stories about animals constantly illustrating their own kind of magic.
(From BBC South and West)
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
Johnny Morris
Director:
George Inger
Producer:
Douglas Thomas

The facts, the people, the background of the nation's capital
The news, features, opinions of the country at large co-ordinated by Michael Barratt from BBC studios throughout the United Kingdom

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Barratt
Reporter:
Robert Langley
Reporter:
Lyn Lewis
Reporter:
Jack Pizzey
Reporter:
Philip Tibenham
Editor:
Derrick Amoore

by James Doran
starring James Ellis, John Slater, Derek Waring
with Douglas Fielding

Contributors

Writer:
James Doran
Script Editor:
P.J. Hammond
Designer:
Robert Berk
Producer:
Richard Beynon
Director:
Paddy Russell
PC Bannerman:
Paul Angelis
PC Newcombe:
Bernard Holley
Det-Insp Goss:
Derek Waring
Det-Sgt Stone:
John Slater
Roy Welman:
Neil Hallett
Maxwell, QC:
Noel Johnson
PC Quilley:
Douglas Fielding
Sgt Lynch:
James Ellis
Eileen Castle:
Sheila Ballantine
Asst Chief Con Robbins:
John Phillips
Gleeson:
Ken Jones
Pat Langley:
Anne Stallybrass
Chief Insp Day:
Bernard Hepton
Mrs Rogers:
Gretchen Franklin
Stanbury:
Philip Ray

Regional Variations (2)

Tomorrow's World

Series 5

09/12/1969

Duration: 25 minutes

on BBC One West

Programme exploring current trends in science and future developments. Derek Cooper reports on developments in computers that could revolutionise banking. (1967) Show more

Harry Worth in a new series written by Ronnie Taylor
featuring Allan Cuthbertson as Reginald Frinton, Richard Caldicot as Mr Jarvis, Ken Jones as the gasman, Julie May as Mrs Leary, Emily Richard as Miss Betts

Buying a house can be a complicated business but it's even more complicated when Harry finds himself bidding for a house that isn't even on the market

Contributors

Writer:
Ronnie Taylor
Music:
Ronnie Hazlehurst
Design:
Tim Harvey
Producer:
Douglas Argent
Himself:
Harry Worth
Reginald Frinton:
Allan Cuthbertson
Mr Jarvis:
Richard Caldicot
The gasman:
Ken Jones
Mrs Leary:
Julie May
Miss Betts:
Emily Richard
on BBC One London

starring Cilla Black
and guest star Sacha Distel
special guest Dora Bryan
with Johnny Hackett, Irving Davies

Tonight, Cilla welcomes one of the most glamorous of all French singing stars to her show - Sasha Distel. He will be singing his new single Raindrops are Falling on My Head.

(Colour)

Contributors

Singer/presenter:
Cilla Black
Singer:
Sacha Distel
Guest:
Dora Bryan
Comedian:
Johnny Hackett
Dancer/choreography:
Irving Davies
Musical direction and special arrangements:
Ronnie Hazlehurst
Lighting:
Sam Barclay
Sound:
Adrian Bishop-Laggett
Costumes:
Rupert Jarvis
Design:
Jeremy Davies
Script:
Ronnie Taylor
Production:
Michael Hurll

A personal impression of industrial Wolverhampton by Philip Donnellan

On the top of a hill in the middle of England a town of 265,000 people. The western houses drain into the Severn and the Atlantic, the eastern into the North Sea via the Trent. A split-personality town: half agriculture, half heavy industry. With a reputation for toughness, craftsmanship and colour prejudice. Right or wrong? There are 22,000 coloured immigrants in Wolverhampton now but strangers - from Ireland, Wales, France, Poland, Australia - have been flowing in for 150 years. Where are they now?
(Wolverhampton, by one who didn't wander: page 13)
(Colour)

Contributors

Producer:
Philip Donnellan

Presented all this week by James Burke with the latest news in pictures and with on-the-spot reports by Linda Blandford, Bernard Falk, David Lomax, Tom Mangold, Fyfe Robertson and Denis Tuohy and special contributions from Keith Kyle and Robert McKenzie

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
James Burke
Reporter:
Linda Blandford
Reporter:
Bernard Falk
Reporter:
David Lomax
Reporter:
Tom Mangold
Reporter:
Fyfe Robertson
Reporter:
Denis Tuohy
Reporter:
Keith Kyle
Reporter:
Robert McKenzie
Producer of the week:
Gordon Watts
Editor:
Anthony Smith

Lancaster is a New University in style as well as date. Within its ivy-less contemporary halls, special attention is given to technology,business, and science courses. There is also a Department of Religious Studies, with a new approach of its Own. Graham Turner looks into the reasons for its success with Professor Ninian Smart and Lancaster students.

Contributors

Presenter:
Graham Turner
Interviewee:
Professor Ninian Smart
Producer:
Peter Ferres

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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