A film from Yugoslavia.
A film about a famous Canadian wildlife centre, and how attempts are being made to repair the damage caused by man in nature.
A National Film Board of Canada film
Bob Langley, Marian Foster, David Seymour, Donny MacLeod
including Collector's Corner with Arthur Negus
With DEREK GRIFFITHS I
Boris and the Gamekeeper
A series of cartoons about two zany mice, Pixie and Dixie
with Gerald Durrell
From his Zoo on the island of Jersey, Gerald Durrell tells his own story and the stories of his animals.
Today: A Collector of Animals
A cartoon thrilling series of adventures
John and Gorok break tribal law in order to save the other families in the valley.
with Richard Whitmore Weatherman
Look North, South Today, Look East, Midlands Today, Points West, Spotlight South West
News, interviews and analysis from your region tonight, including local weather; with Michael Barratt, Frank Bough, Bob Wellings, Brian Widlake Sue Lawley and Susanne Hall
and Consumer Unit, your weekly guide to consumer problems and how to avoid them.
Presented by Valerie Singleton and Richard Stilgoe
(Regional details as Wednesday)
Seven samples of Italian life in seven different places.
In Lucania where the dialect word for countryfolk is pagani - "pagans" - daily life still embodies something of pre-Christian Europe. This is the poverty-stricken homeland of millions of Italian emigrants. The most successful of them, the legendary Filippo Gagliardi, so adored his mother that he treated her as a saint and built her an air-conditioned church.
A new film series starring James Garner as Jim Rockford an amiable private eye with a nose for trouble and a talent for solving cases the police have marked "closed".
Why is a dark-eyed ex-Countess being blackmailed? By the time Jim Rockford has the answer he is wanted by both the police and the blackmailer's friends.
with Richard Baker and Richard Whitmore and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather
It is a tiny village in the Yorkshire Pennines, yet it was already established when the Domesday Book was compiled. Its land was farmed by the Vikings and usurped by Normans. It has sent men to the wars from Flodden and Agincourt to Gallipoli and Alamein. It sheltered Quakers from persecution; gave Charlotte Bronte a job as governess; today its farmers grapple with the Common Market Agricultural Policy. The people of Lothersdale make their contribution to the programme in their own forthright way. 'Nobody's ever heard of Lothersdale,' says a local farmer but if the spirit of England is alive and flourishing it is in a place like this.
Village voice: page 4
In this series, we shall be reuniting each week three personalities who once shared an experience, and who meet to recollect both that and what has happened to them since.
Eton is probably the most famous school in the world, and it was there that three small boys began a friendship which has lasted to the present day. One became a politician, the second a play-wright and the third a broadcaster. They are:
Rt Hon Jo Grimond, MP
Prank confessions: page 5
Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy