A magazine for viewers from India and Pakistan including discussions, review of recent news, music, and stories from the communities.
Presented and produced by MAHENDRA KAUL
Directed by SALEEM SHARED (From BBC Midlands)
from Trinity Methodist Church, Penarth
Conducted by the Minister THE REV ARNOLD C. MORRIS
Choirmaster HOWARD w. PONSFORD Organist H. MACMILLAN EWENS
TV presentation TREGELLES WILLIAMS
Introduced by JOHN CHERRINGTON Hypomagnesaemia - a disease of progress ?
Spring is the season when losses from this disease are usually at their highest. John Cherrington looks at the problem and at the various methods of prevention.
Directed by ANDREW MEIKLE Produced by PHILIP HICKS (from Birmingham)
Eynsham Primary School in Oxfordshire has 320 children from 5 to 9 years of age... GEORGE BAINES , the Head Teacher, answers questions on the methods of working used by himself and his staff. Chairman ALAN LITTLE
Director ROBIN STEWART Producer EILEEN MOLONY (from Bristol)
Conversation - personalities - ideas - controversies - questions with Robin Day
Produced by MARGARET DOUGLAS
(Master of Lassie)
Feature films selected for the occasion-at home with the family - this week starring
Edmund Gwenn , Donald Crisp Janet Leigh and featuring Lassie
An elderly doctor, owner of Lassie, tries to find a successor for his lonely practice in the Scottish highlands.
Veterans Edmund Gwenn and Donald Crisp are the stars of this rural drama which might have come from Dr Finlay's Casebook.
Screenplay by WILI.IAM LUDWIG Directed by FRED M. WILCOX Produced by ROBERT SISK
Dr William MacLure:
Customers and connoisseurs explore the world of antiques with MAX ROBERTSON
ROGER WARNER Customers
Director PAUL SMITH
Producer JOHN KING (from Bristol)
Cliff Morgan meets young people from all over Great Britain who have unusual and exciting ways of spending their leisure time.
If you enjoy watching horses or snails racing, this is the programme for you. WENDY GREENE , aged 16, of Loughborough, visits the National Stud at Newmarket and explains all about bloodstock breeding. CHRISTOPHER 'HUDSON, aged 15, of Brighton, stages his Olympic Snail Race. There is an item too for railway enthusiasts.
Produced by DEWI GRIFFITHS
A new wildlife film series
The Private Life of the Great Crested Grebe
The most elegant bird in Britain is the Great Crested Grebe, and its sexual displays are by far the most elaborate. Hunted to the brink of extinction a century ago, it was saved by protectionists and increased in numbers. Now new threats hang over the species.
Narrated by ANTHONY SMITH
Scientific adviser K. E. L. SIMMONS Filmed by RONALD EASTMAN Produced by SUZANNE GIBBS and JEFFERY BOSWALL (from Bristol)
K. E. L.
and The Diddymen with Sydney Arnold
Puppet animation ROGER STEVENSON Script BOB BLOCK
Directed by KEN WRENCH
Produced by STAN PARKINSON (from BBC North)
Weatherman GRAHAM PARKER
Falling in love and sudden conversion-superstitions and nameless fears - prayer and meditation -miraculous cures - reincarnation and life after death.
A series of programmes with Clifford Hanley finding out what people really feel and believe.
Directed by JOHN BARCLAY
Produced by OLIVER HUNKIN
from St Michael 's Parish Church, Linlithgow
Introduced by DAVID STEEL
The choirs of St Michael's Church, St Mildred's Episcopal Church, St Ninian's-Craigmailen Church, Callendar Park College of Education, Linlithgow Academy and Linlithgow Primary School.
All people that on earth do dwell (Old 100th)
Come, holy Ghost (Veni Creator) How sweet the name (St Peter)
Put thou thy trust in God (Ich Halte Treulich Still)
It is a thing most wonderful (Solothurn) 0 Saviour, where shall guilty man (Repton)
Eternal Father, strong to save (Melita) The glory of the spring (King's Langley)
The strife is o'er (Vulpius)
Praise my soul, the King of heaven (Praise My Soul)
Blessing THE REV DR DAVID STEEL Organist FRANCIS THOMAS Conductor JAMES ROSS
Directed by RALPH SMITH
Producer RONALD FALCONER
Series producer PHILIP s. GILBERT
Created by FRANCIS DURBRIDGE starring
Kill or Cure by BILL STRUTTON
Steve's friend Use Goetz visits London with her uncle, a pharmaceutical manufacturer. After contacting the Temples, she disappears - and when Paul investigates, her uncle warns him not to get involved ...
Script editor TREVOR RAY Designer tony SNOADEN Producers PETER BRYANT and DERRICK SHERWIN Directed by CHRISTOPHER BARRY
starring Burt Lancaster Katharine Hepburn with Wendell Corey , Lloyd Bridges
There is a ready audience for Starbuck, a confidence trickster and self-styled rainmaker, when he arrives in drought-stricken Kansas in 1913. Farmer Curry decides to gamble on Starbuck's powers, but soon the ' magic' begins to work in other ways - notably on the family's apparently plain and unmarriageable daughter Lizzie.
Screenplay by N. RICHARD NASH Produced by HAL WALLIS
Directed by JOSEPH ANTHONY
H C Curry:
With ROBERT DOUGALL and Weather
The film world met in Hollywood this week for the presentations of the screen's most eagerly awaited awards - the Oscars.
In the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion of the Los Angeles County Music Center the winners received their trophies. Among the stars due to appear:
Fred Astaire , Clint Eastwood James Earl Jones , Bob Hope Myrna Loy , Ali MacGraw
Barbara McNair , Cliff Robertson Katharine Ross , Jon Voight John Wayne , Raquel Welch
British nominations for Oscars this year included:
Richard Burton , Peter O'Toole
Anthony Quayle , Jean Simmons Maggie Smith , Susannah York and John Schlesinger as director of Midnight Cowboy
TV presentation by MIKE FRANKOVICH In association with the American Broadcasting Company
The first of a new series in which Julie Felix sings and introduces her guests
The Four Tops and Alan Price
Musical director JOHN CAMERON Costumes ANNE MCKAY Sound LEN SHOREY
Lighting JOHN GREEN Design don TAYLOR
Produced by COLIN CHARMAN