A magazine for viewers from Pakistan and India
Presented and produced by SALEEM SHAHED
Directed by mahendra KAUL (from BBC Midlands)
An invitation to speak French With MAX BELLANCOURT assisted by JACQUES FABER , JACQUELINE HOLTZ GEORGES MONTANT
9: Ne perdez pas la tetel
Dialogues and language consultant MAX BELLANCOURT
Teaching course Joseph cremoni Directed by JOHN twitchin Produced by SHEILA INNES
A beginners' course in German Programme 9
Introduced by LESLIE BANKS with DOROTHEA NEUKIRCHEN
HILDE DEMLOVA , CARL JAFFB MILO SPERBER
Language teaching adviser ANTONY PECK
Drama script by milo SPERBERProducer DAVID HARGREAVES
from The Scots Kirk, Brussels with an international congregation Conducted by THE REV A. J. MACLEOD , BD
Organist w. E. BROWN
Arranged by RONALD FALCONER and RALPH smith
Television presentation: bugh bousin and the Belgian Flemish Television Service
A guide to house purchase in England and Wales
9 : House and Neighbourhood
What is a Compulsory Purchase Order? How often do Capital Gains Tax or Betterment Levy affect the householder? And how important is a neighbourhood in our lives?
Introduced by MICHAEL SMEE
Directed by ROGER TONGE
Produced by ALAN HANCOCK
The engineering programme
Introduced by ARTHUR GARRATT Is Sintering the Answer?
New developments in sintering mean that it is now challenging machining, casting, and forging as a production technique.
Director DAVID NEI. SON
Producer PETER riding
A trade unionist's guide to productivity bargaining and management techniques.
9 : A Fair Day's Pay
The problems of changing to a new pay scheme.
Introduced by BOB HOULTON
Directed by IAN WOOLF
Produced by TONY MATTHEWS
Antibiotics in Agriculture
JOHN CHERRINGTON and HENRY FELL examine the implications of the Swann Committee's Report.
Produced by MICHAEL MARSHALL (from BBC Midlands)
Weather for farmers Colour
Ideas, opportunities, and developments for everybody interested - including parents, teachers and students.
Director TONY CASH
Producer ROGER OWEN
Conversation - personalities - ideas - controversies - questions with Robin Day
Produced by MARGARET douglai
Charles Coburn , Rock Hudson Piper Laurie
A millionaire finds he has good reason for doubt about his prospective heirs when, disguised as a penniless artist, he watches them squander part of his fortune. Charles Coburn , a plump but amazingly agile 75 when the film was made, plays the millionaire in this light-hearted story set in the 1920s.
Screenplay by JOSEPH HOFFMAN based on a story by ELEANOR H. PORTER Produced by TED RICHMOND Directed by DOUGLAS SIRK
A comedy film series starring with Desi Arnaz Jr and Lucie as her children Craig and Kim and Lucy's Birthday
... the party of the first part - before the afters I
The leading figure in sea exploration is on a 5-year voyage which is the culmination of his life's work. On board his ship Calypso he has a team of scientists equipped with some of the most advanced oceanographic apparatus yet devised, including miniature submarines and underwater film and television cameras. In this, the first of several film reports, Cousteau turns his attention to the most feared of all the inhabitants of the sea: Sharks. Narrated by JACQUES COUSTEAU and HUGH FALKUS
Produced by LES REQUINS associes and WOLPER PRODUCTIONS INC
(from BBC South and West; first shown on BBC2)
by Oliver Postgate
Most chickens are mild and friendly, or would like to be.
Film by Smallfilms
Puppets and settings:
An appeal by VAL DOONICAN
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Weatherman GRAHAM PARKER
A topical programme which questions some of the issues behind the news and some assumptions on which people base their lives.
Produced by PETER CHAFER
A special programme for Advent Sunday from Exeter Cathedral introduced by JEREMY CARRAD EXETER CATHEDRAL CHOIR and ST LUKE'S COLLEGE CHOIR Hosanna to the Son of David Creator of the starry height (Puer nobis nascitur)
'Twas in the year
Hatk, a thrilling voice (Merton) Remember, 0 thou man
Come, thou long-expected Jesus (Cross of Jesus)
Gabriel Lo , he comes with clouds descending (Helmsley)
People look East
0 come, 0 come Emmanuel (Venl. Emmanuel)
Organist paul morgan
Conductors LIONEL DAKERS. PETER o'brien Blessing by the Dean,
THE VERY REV MARCUS KNIGHT
Television presentation by JOHN DOBSON
created by francis DURBRIDGE Francis Matthews as Paul Ros Drinkwater as Steve
Message from a Dead Man by JOHN RODDICK
Spending a weekend at Random Cottage, Paul and Steve are visited by a young American, who tells them he has heard a murder being arranged on the telephone. When Paul starts checking he finds that everything the American told him was untrue. Then a man is found dead.
Script editor BARRY THOMAS Designer STANLEY MORRIS Producer ALAN BROMLY
Directed by PAUL CIAPPESSONI
The first in a series of movie milestones from Hollywood-the home of the film spectacular-featuring melody, romance, and humour, and tonight starring Ethel Merman
Donald O'Connor , Vera-EHen George Sanders
Tonight's musical is adapted from the famous stage show with Ethel Merman re-creating her role as the ' Hostess with the mostest on the ball' who becomes the American Ambassador to the mythical kingdom of Lichtenburg.
Music and lyrics by irving »e«lw Directed by WALTER LANG
Mrs Sally Adams:
With KENNETH KENDALL and Weather
This is the centenary year of the death of the composer Hector Berlioz (1803-1869) through whose ' Fantastic Symphony' runs a melodic theme which he called l'idée fixe. Other idées fixes - Shakespeare, Goethe, Virgil and the women he idealised - ran also through his entire life.
To Michael Ayrton , painter and sculptor, Berlioz himself has become an idée fixe. With his own paintings, sculptures, and drawing and with works of art of Berlioz's own time, he illustrates his own very personal involvement with the character and music of this strange and passionate composer.
The programme features Berlioz's words and music performed by Jean-Louis Barrault Josephine Veasey Ryland Davies
The Ambrosian Singers leader JOHN MCCARTHY
The BBC Symphony Orchestra leader eli GOREN
Conducted by Colin Davis Written and narrated by Michael Ayrton
Produced by kenneth corden
You're no fun any more conceived, written, and performed by Graham Chapman , John Cleese Terry Gilliam , Eric Idle
Terry Jones , Michael Palin Also appearing: Donna Reading
Animations by TERRY Gilliam Design ROGER liuinton
Produced by ian MACNAUGHTON