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: Nai Zindagi-Naya Jeevan

A magazine for viewers from India and Pakistan including discussions, review of recent news, music and stories. Presented and produced by SALEEM SHAHED
Directed by ASHOK RAMPAL (from Birmingham)

Contributors

Produced By: Saleem Shahed
Directed By: Ashok Rampal

: Repondez S'il Vous Plait

An invitation to speak French With MAX BELLANCOL 'RT
JACQUES FABER , JACQUELINE HOLTZ JAN ROSOL and PAMELA STIRLING 28: Chez nous
Dialogues and language adviser MAX BELLANCOURT
Teaching course JOSEPH CREMONA Produced bV SHEILA INNES

Contributors

Unknown: Max Bellancol
Unknown: Jacques Faber
Unknown: Jacqueline Holtz
Unknown: Jan Rosol
Unknown: Pamela Stirling
Unknown: Max Bellancourt
Unknown: Sheila Innes

: Wie bitte?

A beginners'course in German : 28 Introduced by LESLIE BANKS With DOROTHEA NEUKIRCHEN
WERNER UMBERG , TOM KEMPINSKI
SUZANNE ROQUETTE
Language teaching adviser ANTONY PECK Drama script by MILO SPERBER Director TONY ROBERTS
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES

Contributors

Introduced By: Leslie Banks
Unknown: Dorothea Neukirchen
Unknown: Werner Umberg
Unknown: Tom Kempinski
Unknown: Suzanne Roquette
Script By: Milo Sperber
Script By: Director Tony Roberts
Script By: Producer David Hargreaves

: Seeing and Believing

Christ and Socrates
A Dialogue compiled by ANN GRAHAM
Narrator JOHN GOWER. Readers:
TOM FLEMING , ROGER DELGADO
BRIAN HEWITT-JONES , JOHN ABINERI
Producer R. T. BROOKS

Contributors

Narrator: Ann Graham
Readers: Tom Fleming
Readers: Roger Delgado
Readers: Brian Hewitt-Jones
Unknown: John Abineri
Unknown: R. T. Brooks

: Interval

: Swim

8: Diving
Introduced by DAVID VINE with STEVE STILL and GEORGE RACKHAM
Directed by JOHN RICKWORD Produced by JOHN DOBSON

Contributors

Introduced By: David Vine
Unknown: George Rackham
Directed By: John Rickword
Produced By: John Dobson

: Germany 1870-1970

8: Year Zero
The total ruin of Germany after the Second World War is a familiar picture. But was it as bad as it looked?
Introduced by JOHN TIDMARSH
Historical adviser
PROFESSOR MICHAEL BALFOUR Directed by joy CURTISS
Produced by PETER DUNKLEY

Contributors

Introduced By: John Tidmarsh
Unknown: Professor Michael Balfour
Directed By: Joy Curtiss
Produced By: Peter Dunkley

: The Selling Game

3: Commercial Deadlock
The sales team run into problems with the Purchasing Director of Customers Ltd.
Introduced by GRAHAM TURNER
Directed by IAN WOOLF
Produced by TONY MATTHEWS

Contributors

Introduced By: Graham Turner
Directed By: Ian Woolf
Produced By: Tony Matthews

: Closedown

: Farming

Introduced by JOHN CHERRINGTON The Bavarian Farmer
The Mansholt Plan has been rejected by German farmers in favour of a continuing policy of part-time farming. Irish television recently visited the Bavarian Alps and JOE MURRAY presents their report.
An RTE production
Presented by MICHAEL MARSHALL (from Birmingham)
Weather for farmers (Colour)

Contributors

Introduced By: John Cherrington
Introduced By: Joe Murray
Presented By: Michael Marshall

: Closedown

: News Headlines

: World Cup Grandstand

Match of the Week
Twelve matches have been played since the World Cup kicked off in Mexico a week ago. This afternoon's edited recording brings you the best, including all the outstanding moments from this feast of football; with analysis and slow-motion replays to spotlight the outstanding personalities and the outstanding goals.
There's a special competition in which viewers are invited to place, in order of merit, the Goals of the Week, selected by the Grandstand team of experts. Introduced by Frank Bough
Producers BRIAN VENNER and FRED VINER Editors ALAN HART and SAM LEITCH

Contributors

Introduced By: Frank Bough
Introduced By: Producers Brian Venner
Introduced By: Fred Viner
Unknown: Editors Alan Hart
Unknown: Sam Leitch

: A Film for the Family Oliver Twist

Feature films selected for the occasion-at home with the family -this week starring
Alec Guinness with Robert Newton Kay Walsh
Francis L. Sullivan
John Howard Davies
Charles Dickens 's immortal story about a poor orphan who is forced into the company of thieves and cut-throats. It is shown this week to mark the centenary of Dickens's birth.
Like Great Expectations, David Lean 's distinguished film was both a critical and commercial success.
It launched Alec Guinness to stardom, made Tony Newley a child star and featured now popular artists like Hattie Jacques and Diana Dors in small roles.
Screenplay by DaViD LEAN and STANLEY HAYNES
Based on the novel by CHARLES DICKENS Directed by DAVID LEAN
Produced by RONALD NEAME

Contributors

Unknown: Alec Guinness
Unknown: Robert Newton
Unknown: Kay Walsh
Unknown: Francis L. Sullivan
Unknown: John Howard Davies
Unknown: Charles Dickens
Unknown: David Lean
Unknown: Alec Guinness
Unknown: Tony Newley
Unknown: Hattie Jacques
Unknown: Diana Dors
Play By: David Lean
Unknown: Stanley Haynes
Novel By: Charles Dickens
Directed By: David Lean
Produced By: Ronald Neame
Bill Sikes: Robert Newton
Fagin: Alec Guinness
Nancy: Kay Walsh
Mr Bumble: Francis L Sullivan
Mr Brownlow: Henry Stevenson
Oliver Twist: John Howard Davies
The Artful Dodger: Anthony Newley

: The News

Weatherman BERT FOORD

Contributors

Unknown: Bert Foord

: Sing a New Song

with Cliff Richard and The Settlers joined by a group of young people from Manchester led by MICHAEL BAUGHEN singing modern songs expressing man's faith, his doubts and his concerns.
Design ROGER MURRAY-LEACH
Directed by PHILIP s. GILBERT
Produced by RAYMOND SHORT

Contributors

Unknown: Cliff Richard
Unknown: Michael Baughen
Produced By: Raymond Short

: World Cup Grandstand

featuring England v Brazil
Bringing together the best of European and Latin-American football with the whole of this vital match direct by satellite from Guadalajara.
At 6.20 David Coleman sets the scene in the Jalisco Stadium where tonight's big match is being played.
The latest news and comment from the England team's headquarters with analysis by the Grandstand team of experts, including JOE MERCER and DON REVIE.
At 6.50 England v Brazil
Commentator DAVID COLEMAN
The whole match as it happens.
And action and news from tonight's other World Cup matches: West Germany v Bulgaria Sweden v Israel
El Salvador v Mexico
With slow motion replays, and analysis by the Grandstand team of experts, including BRIAN CLOUGH and NOEL CANTWELL
Production team in Mexico:
SAM LEITCH. JACK OATEN , ALEC WEEKS Executive producers
BRYAN COWGILL and ALAN CHIVERS
(The greatest footballer in the world: page 6)

Contributors

Unknown: David Coleman
Unknown: Joe Mercer
Unknown: Don Revie.
Commentator: David Coleman
Unknown: Brian Clough
Unknown: Sam Leitch.
Unknown: Jack Oaten
Unknown: Bryan Cowgill
Unknown: Alan Chivers

: The News

With RICHARD BAKER and Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Baker

: The Sunday Film presents A Kenneth More Season: Tonight: Genevieve

starring John Gregson
Dinah Sheridan , Kay Kendall and Kenneth More
One of the most successful British comedies ever made, Genevieve firmly established Kenneth More as a favourite with British filmgoers. In it he plays the breezy young Ambrose Claverhouse - a dare-devil competitor in the annual London to Brighton veteran car run.
The film was a triumph for More and the whole cast - including a 1904 Darracq as ' Genevieve' driven by John Gregson and Dinah Sheridan and a Spyker carrying More and girlfriend Kay Kendall.
Screenplay by WILLIAM rose Produced and directed by HENRY CORNELIUS

Contributors

Unknown: John Gregson
Unknown: Dinah Sheridan
Unknown: Kay Kendall
Unknown: Kenneth More
Unknown: John Gregson
Unknown: Dinah Sheridan
Unknown: Kay Kendall.
Play By: William Rose
Directed By: Henry Cornelius
Alan: John Gregson
Wendy: Dinah Sheridan
Ambrose Claverhouse: Kenneth More
Rosalind Peters: Kay Kendall
First Speed Cop: Geoffrey Keen
Hotel Proprietress: Joyce Grenfell

: World Cup Grandstand

including England v Brazil from Mexico, featuring the action from all tonight's World Cup matches
West Germany v Bulgaria Commentator
KENNETH WOLSTENHOLME Sweden v Israel
Commentator BARRY DAVIES El Salvador v Mexico
Commentator ALAN WEEKS
And DAVID COLEMAN introduces the action, news, and analysis of England v Brazil
With interviews from the England team's headquarters
Action replay of the night's outstanding moments and analysis and opinion from the Grandstand team of experts: JOE MERCER DON REV IE, BRIAN CLOUGH , NOEL CANTWELL , IAN ST JOHN , RAY WILSON , BOB WILSON , JOHNNY- HAYNES, WALLEY BARNES , and JIM FINNEY
Production team:
In Mexico: SAM LEITCH. JACK OATEN , ALEC WEEKS, JOHN MCGONAGLE , RICHARD TILLING JONATHAN MARTIN. JIM DUMIGRAN
In London: ALAN HART , BRIAN VENNER , FRED VINER , DAVID KENNING , DON SAYER
Presented in co-operation with Telesistema Mexicana and the European Broadcasting Union Executive producers
BRYAN COWGILL and ALAN CHIVERS

Contributors

Introduces: David Coleman
Unknown: Joe Mercer
Unknown: Brian Clough
Unknown: Noel Cantwell
Unknown: Ian St John
Unknown: Ray Wilson
Unknown: Bob Wilson
Unknown: Walley Barnes
Unknown: Jim Finney
Unknown: Sam Leitch.
Unknown: Jack Oaten
Unknown: John McGonagle
Unknown: Richard Tilling
Unknown: Jonathan Martin.
Unknown: Alan Hart
Unknown: Brian Venner
Unknown: Fred Viner
Unknown: David Kenning
Unknown: Don Sayer
Unknown: Bryan Cowgill
Unknown: Alan Chivers








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