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Race to Racine
Race to Racine
Robinson tries to teach Friday how to become civilised.
The Hollow Planet
Weather KEITH BEST
A programme for children under 5
The Hill Shepherd
Susan King goes to the Lake Dis trict to meet George Wilson , who looks after thousands of sheep.
Film cameramen DAVID prosser , JOHN TURNER. Film editor GEOFF BOTTERILL ProducerDAVID TURNBULL
A child found in a grove of bamboos grows up to become the most beautiful princess in Japan.
Richard Whitmore ; Weatherman
Look North, South Today
Look East, Midlands Today
Points West, Spotlight South West followed by Regional Weather (London only: Nationwide)
(Regional details as Friday)
ALBERT LAMORISSE 'S delightful award-winning fantasy about a little boy who makes friends with a red balloon.
Music by MAURICE LE ROUX
Photographed by EDMOND SECHAN
Written and directed by ALBERT LAMORISSE
(Jeux sans Frontieres)
The first International heat in which teams from the following seven countries compete for the Eurovision It's a Knockout Golden Trophy
Great Britain: St Ives Belgium: Knokke-Heist
France: Neuilly-sur-Seine Germany: Oppenheim Holland: Hoogvliet Italy: Cosenza
Switzerland: Riva San Vittale Transmitted on the Eurovision network from Knokke-Heist, Belgium Introduced by MIKE VERDRENGH andMARC VAN POUCKE International referees GENNARO OLIVIERI and GUIDO PANCALDI
Commentators STUART HALL and EDDIE WARING , who says:
' The Internationals this year have a special theme running through each programme. After ten years, the inventiveness of the games and costumes is still a delight.' Referee MIKE SWANN
Programme presented by the BELGIAN TELEVISION SERVICE
Feedback by ELWYN JONES starring Frank Windsor Norman Bowler
David Lloyd Meredith with Walter Gotell , Nigel Humphreys WATT
: 'I am against violence and against crime. This crime has a cunning, a speed, a calculation and a simple brutality. I do not want to begin to see a pattern.'
Task Force format by ELWYN JONES Script editor JOAN CLARK Designer DEREK DODD
Producer GERAINT MORRIS DirectorHERBERT WISE
with Richard Whitmore and Angela Rippon and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather
The first in a new series of seven programmes
Written by Peter Tinniswood
Starring Robin Bailey as Uncle Mort, John Comer as Mr. Brandon, Liz Smith as Mrs. Brandon, Stephen Rea as Carter Brandon, Anita Carey as Pat
The Brandons assemble for Auntie Edna's funeral. It seems the perfect occasion for Pat to get to grips with Carter Brandon.
Preview: page 13
The young American singer who made such an impact last year with her own series.
Filming for this series was dogged by filthy weather - till it came to the time for Diane to sing ' Listen to the Falling Rain.' The sun came out and it shone and shone.
Music arranged and conducted by ED Sound
WELCH LEN SHOREY , ALAN HITCHCOCK Designer DESMOND chinn
Director JOHN KING (Bristol)
Today no British government, Labour or Conservative, can afford to ignore the Trades Union Congress - although half a century ago the Tuc appeared to have suffered a major defeat in the debacle of the General Strike which it organised in support of the mineworkers. The five men who have held the key post of General Secretary in this turbulent period are all alive and' tonight's film looks at the growth and influence of the TUC largely through their eyes. Taking part are: Lord Citrine, GBE
Sir Vincent Tewson , CBE, MC
Rt Hon George Woodcock , CBE Lord Feather, CBE Lionel Murray , OBE
Written and directed by DAVID WHEELER
A series of six programmes 5: Terry Fincher
TERRY FINCHER began his career as a Fleet Street messenger boy at the age of 14. Today he is the only person to have won the Press Photographer of the Year award four times.
This programme presents some of the best photographs he has taken during his 25 years in Fleet Street and shows him in action today.
Film editor jessk PALMER
Executive producer MIKE WOOLLER Director GEOFFREY BAINES Preview: page 13
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