The Cannonball Express
Keith Powell from Rawmarsh in Yorkshire and Kamel Khalfallah from Dar Chabane in Tunisia.
A BBC/RTT co-production
Captain Haddock is abducted and Tintin is hot on the trail of the smugglers.
with Roy Dotrice
Today: The Golden Touch
A comedy cartoon
The Globetrotters have to get up to some tricks of their own when they meet up with a scheming magician.
A radio-active cylinder must be recovered from the sea, but the divers' work is interrupted by sharks.
Written, drawn and produced by John Ryan
News and opinions from the country at large and, in particular, Your Region Tonight
(including Regional Weather)
presented by Michael Barratt and Bob Wellings
with Holiday Report presented by Tom Savage
Regional Variations (2)
Introduced by David Jacobs
A television panel game where husbands and wives show just how well they really know each other.
This week's guests
Mr and Mrs Ronald Fletcher, Mr and Mrs Josh Gifford, Mr and Mrs Ian Lavender, Mr and Mrs Donald Pleasence
Introduced by Jimmy Savile
Top of the Pops Orchestra
Regional Variations (2)
Written by John Warren and John Singer
A second chance to see the series starring Dick Emery
with special guest June Whitfield
and featuring Pat Coombs, Graham Armitage, Gordon Clyde
The first of a film series in which well-known personalities observe the British in pursuit of leisure.
Blackpool is Lancashire's oasis - mecca for thousands of thirsty travellers raring to have a go. But the old Blackpool is changing. Wrought-iron gives way to plastic, a trip up the Tower is now an Apollo Space Ride. But the spirit of Blackpool lives on, and Colin Welland joins three generations of Blackpool-lovers who still manage to have their 'lovely time.'
with Richard Baker; Weather
by Julia Jones
Another chance to see this Play for Today
Now that the children are grown up, Nelson thinks he's finished with those hated picnics. But one Saturday afternoon his wife Maud insists that Nelson take her on an outing again. But they're a little older now and relaxing proves harder for them than they anticipate.
"...This was a warm and smiling hour" (Financial Times)
"...outstandingly beautiful photography" (Daily Telegraph)
by Johnny Speight
Starring Cyril Cusack and James Booth
with Rita Webb, Bobby Neil, Madeline Smith, Frank Gatliff, Philip Gilbert, Frank Lester, Reg Cranfield
Sir Val Duncan, Chairman Rio Tinto Zinc, the world's biggest mining company about -
Raising $40 million quick; personal honour and corporate practice; co-operating with a government condemned by the UN; pollution, national parks, the profit motive and democracy; multi-nationalism, neo-colonialism?
with Eric Laithwaite at Imperial College, London
When a rod rolled the wrong way Prof Laithwaite thought he had found a new force.
Regional News, Weather, Close