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9.15 Engineering Craft Studies: Material Removal: Principles
The way in which cutting tools remove material is explained partly through the revealing eye of a slow-motion camera.
Commentary by Paul Barnes
(Colour)

9.38 History 1917-71: Hitler's War

10.0 Music Time

10.25-10.45 Gwlad a Thref: Byd Natur: 4: Morlo
Y cyflwyno gan Meirion Edwards
Cynhyrchydd J. Mervyn Williams
(I Ysgolion Cymru: Town and Country)

11.0 USA 72: Detroit
(Colour)

11.23 Words and Pictures: Sam on Boffs' Island: 6
(Colour)

11.40 A Year's Journey: Rocks and Records

12.5 Avventura: 5
(Colour)

Contributors

Narrator (Engineering Craft Studies):
Paul Barnes
Unknown:
Meirion Edwards
Unknown:
J. Mervyn Williams

visits the BBC and opens an Exhibition which celebrates and illustrates its 50 years of broadcasting.
Highlights of this morning's outside broadcast.
Scene described by Tom Fleming

This BBC 50 exhibition, Sights and Sounds of 50 Years, in The Langham, Portland Place, London Wl, will be open to the public free of charge from 2.0 pm today until 21 December (Monday-Friday 12 noon - 9.0 pm; Saturday 12 noon - 6.0 pm). Another BBC 50 exhibition. The Technical Story, opens to the public at Mullard House, Torrington Place, on 3 November.
(Just like talking to my own mother: pages 6-7. Radio Times People: page 5)

Contributors

Commentator:
Tom Fleming

Regional Variations (2)

Tanguy becomes the bait when a trap is set by the French counterespionage.

Contributors

Director:
Francois Villiers
Dialogue director:
Louis Elman
Presented by:
Peggy Miller
Michel Tanguy:
Jacques Santi
Ernest La verdure:
Christian Marin
Max:
Jose-Luis de Vilallonga
Commandant Mounier:
Jacques Richard
Nicole:
Michele Girardon

Presented by John Craven
Reporter Dilys Morgan

'Young people should have more say in what goes on around them - cos they're younger and they've got to live in it longer.' A group of children have their say on this vital and urgent problem.
(from Bristol)

Contributors

Presenter:
John Craven
Reporter:
Dilys Morgan
Producer:
David Turnbull

with Look North, South Today, Look East, Midlands Today, Points West and Spotlight South West bringing you news and views in your region tonight (including Regional Weather)
Presented by Michael Barratt, Frank Bough and Bob Wellings
(Regional details as Monday)

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Barratt
Presenter:
Frank Bough
Presenter:
Bob Wellings

Wild animals with built-in appeal
with Tony Soper and Eva von Rueber-Staier
A series of nine programmes

Although they are venomous, we have always looked kindly upon bees. They have certainly been one of the most useful of insects. We provide bees with a ready-made hive; they provide us with wax and honey and pollinate our flowers and fruit trees. What is honey and how is it made? How is the industrious society of the bee organised?
(from Bristol)

Contributors

Presenter:
Tony Soper
Presenter:
Eva von Rueber-Staier
Director:
Alan Strowger
Producer:
John Sparks

The exploits of a team of expert and daring undercover agents.
Led by Peter Graves as Jim Phelps
with Greg Morris as Barney, Peter Lupus as Willy, Lynda Day George as Casey

This week: Trapped
Phelps loses his memory just when he most needs to be alert if he is to remain alive!

Contributors

Jim Phelps:
Peter Graves
Barney:
Greg Morris
Willy:
Peter Lupus
Casey:
Lynda Day George
Doug Stafford:
Bert Convy
Art Stafford:
Jon Cypher
Annette:
Sharon Acker
Joe Stafford:
Tom Tully
Broyles:
Rudy Solari
Molly:
Brigid O'Brien

by Elwyn Jones
[Starring] Stratford Johns as Det Chief Supt Barlow, Frank Windsor as Det Supt Watt, Norman Bowler as Det Chief Insp Hawkins, David Lloyd Meredith as Det-Sgt Evans
with Walter Gotell as Chief Con Cullen

Contributors

Writer/Task Force format:
Elwyn Jones
Series Producer:
Leonard Lewis
Director:
David Sullivan Proudfoot
Det Chief Supt Barlow:
Stratford Johns
Det Supt Watt:
Frank Windsor
Det Chief Insp Hawkins:
Norman Bowler
Det-Sgt Evans:
David Lloyd Meredith
Chief Con Cullen:
Walter Gotell
Fenton:
Neil Stacy
Austin:
Ronald Radd
Sara Jamieson:
Jenny Hanley
Rose:
Jenny Till
Miss Peters:
Pamela Sholto

Introduced by Cliff Michelmore

The development of BBC Television comedy since the early days, and a look at some of the programmes which have influenced its progress. With a discussion between viewers and people directly involved in television: director Jonathan Miller, writer Johnny Speight and Bill Cotton Jr, head of BBC Light Entertainment.

Contributors

Presenter:
Cliff Michelmore
Panellist:
Jonathan Miller
Panellist:
Johnny Speight
Panellist:
Bill Cotton Jr
Producer:
Michael Bukht

Harry Carpenter introduces and commentates on an all-boxing night from London's Royal Albert Hall, featuring
England v Russia
Russia's powerful amateur boxing squad, including Munich Olympic gold medallists Boris Kousnetsov and Vlatcheslav Lemechev, meet England in the first amateur boxing international of the season.
Russia defeated the ABA at Wembley by 8-2 in 1955. Seven years later the Russians came again to this country and won 8-2 at Wembley and two days later at Wolverhampton repeated this victory.

The Welterweight Championship of Great Britain: John Stracey (Bethnal Green) v Bobby Arthur (Coventry)
Action highlights from last night's 15-round championship battle - the main event on promoter Mike Barrett's bill.

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter/Commentator:
Harry Carpenter
Boxer:
Boris Kousnetsov
Boxer:
Vlatcheslav Lemechev
Boxer:
John Stracey
Boxer:
Bobby Arthur
TV Presentation:
Bob Duncan
Producer:
Jonathan Martin
Editor:
Sam Leitch

Presented by Ludovic Kennedy

Including tonight:
Gooks, a Canadian film about the suffering of civilians caught up in the war in South Vietnam - the people who must live off the pickings from American dumps, the small children with war injuries, the refugees.

Contributors

Presenter:
Ludovic Kennedy

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