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9.15 Engineering Craft Studies: Heat Production and Measurement
(Colour)

9.38 History 1917-73: The New Europe

10.0 Out of the Past: Bruges to Florence

10.23-10.43 Hwnt ac Yma: Anifeiliaid Gwyllt
Cyflwynydd DAVID LYN
Cynhyrchydd ILLTYD LEWIS
(Here and There. BBC Wales)

11.0 Exploring Science
Peter Cleall finds out about the nutritional needs of his body.
(Colour)

11.23 Words and Pictures: Programme 8
(Colour)

11.40 A Year's Journey: The Grand Union
(Colour)

12.5 pm Reportage: 6
(Colour)

Contributors

Producer (Engineering Craft Studies):
Robert Gwyn
Producer (Out of the Past):
Felicity Kinross
Unknown:
Cyflwynydd David Lyn
Unknown:
Cynhyrchydd Illtyd Lewis
Presenter (Exploring Science):
Peter Cleall
Producer (Exploring Science):
Michael Coyle

with Bob Langley, Marian Foster, David Seymour and Donny MacLeod
Family advice with Claire Rayner and a chat with today's Weatherman Graham Parker at 1.30

Contributors

Presenter:
Bob Langley
Presenter:
Marian Foster
Presenter:
David Seymour
Presenter:
Donny MacLeod
Expert:
Claire Rayner
Weatherman:
Graham Parker

With Maggie Henderson and Fred Harris
Play with words with Bubble, Humbug and the Spoons.

Contributors

Presenter:
Maggie Henderson
Presenter:
Fred Harris
Music:
Peter Gosling
Music:
Dave Moses
Lightpen artist:
Quentin Blake
Writer/Producer:
Michael Cole
Executive Producer:
Cynthia Felgate

with John Craven

Do magazines, television commercials make you want to change your size, shape and personality - and become someone who isn't really you? John Craven talks to people who make television commercials, and Julia Foot, a 14-year-old schoolgirl, reports from Oxford Street on some of the problems you face, like her, when you are not tall, thin and elegant.
(from Bristol)
Three young people in Search: pp 23-25

Contributors

Presenter:
John Craven
Reporter:
Julia Foot
Director:
Jill Roach
Producer:
David Turnbull

Bringing you news and views (including Regional Weather)
Presented by Michael Barratt, Frank Bough and Bob Wellings

Contributors

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

Regional Variations (3)

Dad's Army: My British Buddy

BBC One London

Heddiw

BBC One Wales

Dad's Army

Series 6

Episode 2: My British Buddy

Duration: 31 minutes

on BBC One London

Classic wartime sitcom. As the first contingent of American soldiers arrives in Walmington-on-Sea, Captain Mainwaring and his troops prepare to welcome them.

Contributors

Captain Mainwaring:
Arthur Lowe
Sergeant Wilson:
John Le Mesurier
Private Frazer:
John Laurie
Private Godfrey:
Arnold Ridley
Private Walker:
James Beck
Ivy Bandways:
Suzanne Kerchiss
Landlord:
Verne Morgan
Private Pike:
Ian Lavender
Corporal Jones:
Clive Dunn
US Sergeant:
Blain Fairman
Chief Warden Hodges:
Bill Pertwee
Mrs Pike:
Janet Davies
Mr Cheeseman:
Talfryn Thomas
Colonel Shultz:
Alan Tilvern
GHQ Colonel:
Robert Raglan
Producer:
David Croft

Hugh O'Brian as Lockwood investigates

A rock sample brought back from the moon is stolen ...

(Colour)

Contributors

Lockwood:
Hugh O'Brian
Cameron:
Burgess Meredith
Dr Trapnell:
Jo Ann Pflug
Abbas Mirzah:
George Pan
Col Mirzah:
Leo G. Morrell
Dr Van Owen:
William Wintersole

by Allan Prior
[Starring] Frank Windsor as Det-Chief Supt Watt, David Lloyd Meredith as Det-Sgt Evans, Terence Rigby as PC Snow, Grahame Mallard as PC Nesbitt

John Watt receives a tip-off which he believes could lead him to a 'crime boss.' His hopes run high.

Contributors

Writer:
Allan Prior
Task Force format:
Elwyn Jones
Script Editor:
Joan Clark
Designer:
Don Giles
Producer:
Leonard Lewis
Director:
Kenneth Ives
Det-Chief Supt Watt:
Frank Windsor
Det-Sgt Evans:
David Lloyd Meredith
PC Snow:
Terence Rigby
PC Nesbitt:
Grahame Mallard
Maddox:
George Waring
Billy Mason:
John Castle
Wanda Harris:
Vicky Michelle
Tommy Thompson:
Ken Wynne
WDC Joan Bray:
Susan Jameson
Girl croupier:
Suzette St Claire
McKay:
Don Henderson

by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson
Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert Steptoe and Harry H. Corbett as Harold Steptoe
featuring George A. Cooper

One of the Steptoe family has died - and the relations gather...

(Colour)

Contributors

Writer:
Ray Galton
Writer:
Alan Simpson
Designer:
Roger Liminton
Producer:
John Howard Davies
Albert Steptoe:
Wilfrid Brambell
Harold Steptoe:
Harry H. Corbett
[Actor]:
George A. Cooper
[Actress]:
Mollie Sugden
[Actress]:
Rita Webb
[Actress]:
Yvonne Antrobus
[Actor]:
Bartlett Mullins
[Actor]:
Tommy Godfrey
[Actress]:
Queenie Watts
[Actress]:
Stella Moray
[Actress]:
Margaret Flint
[Actor]:
Simon Cord
[Actress]:
Gilly Flower

features The Daily Express National Five-a-side Championships
The fastest competition football of the season with 16 top British League clubs challenging for the title held by Tottenham Hotspur

Sportsnight introduced by Tony Gubba

Contributors

Presenter:
Tony Gubba
Commentator:
Barry Davies
Television Presentation:
Alec Weeks
Producer:
Jonathan Martin
Editor:
Sam Leitch

The people behind the stories, the people the stories affect, and the people with something to say. Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy together with Robert MacNeil

Vincent Hanna, Tom Mangold, Michael Cockerell, Bill Kerr Elliott and Richard Lindley are the Midweek correspondents.

Contributors

Presenter:
Ludovic Kennedy
Presenter:
Robert MacNeil
Correspondent:
Vincent Hanna
Correspondent:
Tom Mangold
Correspondent:
Michael Cockerell
Correspondent:
Bill Kerr Elliott
Correspondent:
Richard Lindley
Deputy Editor:
John Gau
Editor:
Peter Pagnamenta

On the morning of 10 November the planet Mercury will pass in transit across the face of the Sun. Patrick Moore tells observers what they can expect to see, and he looks forward to the launching in 1974 of an American spacecraft which will fly past Mercury and send back the first close-up pictures.

Contributors

Presenter:
Patrick Moore
Director:
Patricia Wood
Producer:
Patricia Owtram

BBC One London

About BBC One

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

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