The Welsh countryside magazine
For the very young
Pippin and Tog watch the wire people building.
A programme for children under 5
by Clive King
With George Benson
It was Gargoyle, the Rectory Cat, who first noticed that something very odd was happening to the town of Ramsly. The railway station was awash, and Gargoyle's favourite hunting grounds outside the town seemed somehow to have become submerged in a sea of swirling, choppy, salty water. Ramsly was afloat!
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.
The varied adventures of Hector the Dog and Zaza the Cat, not forgetting next-door-neighbour Mrs Kiki Frog
(For book see page 12)
The news, features, opinions of the country at large, and Your Region Tonight in particular (including Regional Weather) co-ordinated by Michael Barratt
The third in a season of exciting adventure films starring the great Gary Cooper
Tonight with Ray Milland, Robert Preston, Brian Donlevy
A French Foreign Legion relief column arrives at Fort Zinderneuf in the Sahara to find the embrasures manned by corpses and no one left alive inside.
This is the sinister opening to the film version of P. C. Wren's famous adventure story of three brothers from England who join the Foreign Legion.
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Presented this week by Richard Baker with the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world
An objective look inside a unique phenomenon in the world of shops with comments from Sir John Betjeman, Marjorie Proops, Graham Turner
Department stores are very much part of British life-medieval market places, roofed over richly adorned and centrally heated. This programme examines the nature of one which grew from an obscure Victorian grocery to be a household word, a significant clue to understanding the British and a sophisticated joke.
An extraordinary shop designed to please the fastidious and the rich, it is also a mirror of social changes over the past 120 years.
Is it an anachronism in the 70s? Does it cater for a nostalgia for the sort of privilege we would all like? Or is it just one of those things that makes this country different from others? Like it or not, this huge emporium exists and flourishes.
Narration written by Patrick O'Donovan and spoken by John Cleese
Written by John Fortune and Eleanor Bron
With Eleanor Bron, John Fortune
Robert Robinson dips into the BBC's mailbag and adds a few comments of his own.
Presented by Ludovic Kennedy with the latest news in pictures
followed by Regional News and Weather
(all except London and Wales)