A magazine for viewers from India and Pakistan including discussions, review of recent news, music, and stories from the communities
Introduced by Saleem Shahed
Produced by MAHENDRA KAUL
Twenty-six programmes for beginners in Italian
1: Prego, si accomodi! with Bianca Maria Corbella
Yole Marinelli , Luigi Basagaluppi
Course devised by DR. JOSEPH CREMONA
Designer, Charles Lawrence
Produced by MADDALENA FAGANDINI
Repeated next Saturday at 10.0 a.m.
For details of accompanying book and records see page 36
How to Learn Italian Without Really Trying
Producer Maddalena Fagandini introduces Si dice cosi, an Italian language course at 10.0 a.m. that you can study without tears
This is a brand-new series of twenty-six programmes for beginners. Its serious aims are effective learning combined with entertaining viewing. But why be serious? Let's say our aim is to entertain you first, and then to trick you by subtle methodological means into speaking Italian before you know it's happened!
So, if you want to brighten up your Sunday mornings Italian fashion, join our handsome foursome for 'the next twenty-six weeks. And if that's not enough, you can watch them all over again on Saturdays at the same time. You can even remind yourselves of them (and of the language, too, of course) between programmes by buying the accompanying books and records. These will give you all the words, tell you how to say them, how to put them together, and by means of even more subtle packages of exercises, let you practice them to your heart's content.
So do join Yole, Bianca, Luigi, and Alberto. They're looking forward to meeting you and telling you that, in Italian, Si dice cos?.
Yesterday and Tomorrow
The Rev. Denis Duncan
Canon Eric James , and The Rev. Dr. John Vincent discuss the future of some old ways of putting Christianity across.
Illustrations provided by Noel Howlett and Brian Hewitt-Jones accompanied by MICHAEL JESSETT Chairman, Judith Chalmers
Producer, R. T. BROOKS
From the Church of AU Hallows, London Wall
Rev. Dr. John
Introduced by David Richardson
Systems Come-Systems Go
Out of beef and sheep rearing and into cows. Thomas Dale reviews the changes that he has made on his East Lothian farm in the last eight years.
Reporter, Watson Peat
Produced by JOHN KENYON from the Midlands and Weather Situation for farmers and growers
with Fanny Cradock
10: The art of easy garnish including:
Edible swans, Chocolate leaves and Savoury cocktail cake
: Producer, VICTOR POOLE
A History of Disillusion 1918-1933
It will proceed to the end
Written by CORRELLI BARNETT
Narrated by SIR MICHAEL REDGRAVE with the voices of Peter Bridgmont , Felix Felton John Fortune , Cyril Luckham Alec Mango , Paul Martin Bill Nagy , Sebastian Shaw Norman Wynne and eye-witness accounts of events between
September 1922 and March 1923
Series produced by TONY ESSEX In collaboration with the Australian Broadcasting Commission CanadianBroadcastingCorporation
First shown on BBC-2
The End of the Road starring
FINLAY CURRIE, DUNCAN LAMONT, NAOMI CHANCE with Edward Chapman
Screenplay by JAMES FORSYTH and GEOFFREY ORME
Produced by Alfred Shaughnessy
Directed by Wolf Rilla
After fifty years at work a skilled factory worker is retired against his wishes. He refuses to accept his new status as an old-age pensioner but his truculence makes him a social outcast.
: James Forsyth, Geoffrey
Old ' Mick-Mack ' ':
Labour Exchange clerk:
First old man:
Second old man:
First postal clerk:
Second postal clerk:
The stars of BBC series pick their favourite episodes
Stratford Johns introduces
There are two young constables in each car, ready to deal with trouble as it happens.
Inspection by ELWYN JONES
Designer, James Weatherup
Scrtpt editor. Richard Beynon
Producer. DAVID E. ROSE
‡ Directed by TERENCE WILLIAMS
Newtown station is spit-and-polish-smart for a very special occasion -but something turns up to spoil the effect.
P C Weir:
P C Smith:
P C Graham:
P C Walker:
Chief Supt Boland:
Det Chief Insp Barlow:
Det -Sgt Watt:
Det Con Lynch:
H M Inspector of Constabulary:
P C Hewlitt:
P C Rodgers:
A special children's performance from the ring of the world'* largest tenting circus
Introduced by Gary Smart
THE CIRCUS PARADE heralds
LIBERTY HORSE and SHETLAND PONIES present
Cowboy Lionel and Cowgirl Yasmln
A TINY STAR CLIMBS HIGH Ballet on the rope by Davida Smart
FABULOUS FOOT JUGGLING
Jorge bounces from a baby trampoline, is caught by brother Alberts and juggled on his feet
BOY'S BEST FRIEND Phillip Gandey and his pet dogs
TOWER OF STRENGTH
Strongwoman from Germany. Miss Atlas
High above the sawdust, swinging and spinning as one Rebecca and Linda
A NEWSPAPER MAN WITH A DIFFERENCE the paper tearing Albert Sturm
PIGEON PARTY presented by Kevin Robertl
Spider Austin with some very young would-be acrobats
DELICATE BALANCE on pivoted ladder, high aloft, the De Wit Twins
GENTLE JUNGLE GIANTS Indian Elephants presented by Billy Smart Jr.
Circus direction, RONNIE, DAVID, and BILLY SMART
Musical director. KEN GRIFFIN
Produced by MARY DAVID
and The Diddymen
Puppet animation. ROGER STEVENSON
Script, BOB BLOCK
Design. Stuart Furber
Produced by STAN PARKINSON from the North
Ken Dodd is appearing In ' Robinson Crusoe ' at the Palace Theatre, Man Chester '
and THE WEATHER MAN Graham Parker
by JOHN BUNYAN
Adapted in six parts for the puppets of the Caricature Theatre
2: Through the Wicket Gate
Director, JANE PlIllLlPS
Television presentation by Myrfyn Owen
Do men have to succeed at work? How many at heart resent their work?
When does work become a killer? Men from many walks of life talk.' ing about their jobs. They include a shepherd, a miner, an engine-driver, a builder, a chemist, a teacher, a doctor, a clergyman, and an artist.
Produced by OLIVERHUNKIN
Repeated tonight at 11.2 p.m.
ST. ASAPH CATHEDRAL
Led by choirs from the district
Conductor, Arwel Hughes
Organist, Dr. J. R. Middleton
Soloist, Mary Thomas
Hymns introduced by David Parry-Jones Blessing spoken by The Very Rev. J. H. Charles , Dean of St. Asaph
Television presentation by Selwyn Roderick
As with gladness men of old (Dix)
God who madest earth and heaven (AD
Through the Night)
Dear Lord and father of mankind
King of glory, King of peace (Gwalchmal) 0 God of Bethel (Stracathro) Mawr oedd Crist (Wyddgrug) Holy, holy, holy (Nicea)
Anthem: The Lord Is King (
William Bouce )
Dr. J. R.
Very Rev. J. H.
by JOHN GALSWORTHY
Dramatised by ANTHONY STEVEN starring
Fleur has continued to encourage Wilfred. Michael has arranged for Victorine to model for Aubrey Greene. Soames discovers that Elderson has been accepting secret commissions.
The Afternoon of a Dryad
Opening and closing music by ERIC COATES
Story editor, Lennox Phillips
Designer, Sally Hulke
Producer, DONALD WILSON
Directed by JAMES CELLAN JONES
Eric Porter Is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company
First shown on BBC-2
Sir Lawrence Mont:
of yesterday and today in a season Of their most memorable films
Lover Come Back with Tony Randall
Screenplay by STANLEY SHAPIRO and PAUL HENNING
Produced by Stanley Shapiro and Martin Melcher
Directed by Delbert Mann
A humorous and highly irreverent look behind the scenes of Madison
Avenue, the home of the large American advertising agencies. This film can almost be described as a sequel to Pillow Talk (recently seen on BBC-tv). Once again Rock Hudson is the ' villain ' and Doris Day the good girl. Once again Tony Randall is on hand-giving a hilarious characterisation as the neurotic head of an agency.
J Paxton Miller:
Dr Linus Tyler:
with John Edmunds followed by THE WEATHER
A recording of their farewell concert at the Royal Albert Hall , London
(lead guitar and vocals)
Jack Bruce (vocals and bass guitar) Ginger Baker (percussion)
Directed by TONY PALMER
Cream appear by permission of The Robert Stigwood Organisation Ltd.
‡ Shown at 6.30 p.m.