A magazine for viewers from India and Pakistan including discussions, music, and stories from the communities. Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Directed by ASHOK RAMPAL
(from Birmingham: repeated on Wednesday at 12.25 pm)
A series for principals and managers of small construction firms.
Building an Estimate
Director DAVID JACKSON
Producer MICHAEL GARROD
(Booklet: see page 12)
Twenty-six programmes for beginners in Italian
12: Sale, tabacchi ... e francobolli With BIANCA MARIA CORBELLA
LUIGI BASAGALUPPI , ALBERTO COLZI
Directed by JOHN BEVERIDGE
Produced by MADDALENA FAGANDINI
(Books and records: see page 12)
The True Conflict
Introduced by BASIL MOSS
With THE REV WILLIAM DOWN of The Missions to Seamen Readers
MARGARET JOHN , PETER BARTLETT Singers directed by CYRIL WINDIATE
Produced by R. T. BROOKS
From the Church of St Michael Paternoster Royal in the City of London
There is a world of difference between a pop group recording its own music and a solo singer working with a song writer, a producer, session musicians and engineers.
This programme looks at the extent to which artists control their own work in recording studios and to what extent they are dependent upon the ideas of others.
Introduced by MICHAEL PARKINSON featuring
GEORGE MARTIN and BRONCO
Producer TONY CASH (Book: see page 12)
(This Week's Sounds: page 11)
How good is yours? Find out with
GRAHAM HILL JOHN MILES and fellow Road Users
2: Turning Left and Right Introduced by ERIC THOMPSON
Produced by SHEILA INNES
For bosses and managers of smaller businesses
1: Planning the Market
Finding the products that will be breadwinners in five years' time. Presented by DENIS MITCHELL
Directed by BRYN BROOKS
Produced by TONY MATTHEWS ‡ (Book: see page 12)
Introduced by HENRY FELL Mutual Help?
Several feed compounders now run marketing schemes for livestock.
DAVID RICHARDSON reports on one of them.
Produced by JOHN kenyon (from Birmmgham)
Weather for farmers
Half our Future (otherwise known as The Newsom Report) was one of the major educational documents of the sixties. Sir John Newsom discusses its consequences With
Produced by ROGER OWEN
Those cheerful pictures of British products winging their way towards far-off lands don'even begin to tell the true story behind the export figures. In Made in Britain's 200th programme REG ABBISS examines just a few of the problems and personal experiences of British businessmen selling overseas.
Production IVOR YORKE
A series of documentary films that travels somewhere different each week in search of the British - and gets involved with their feelings about the place they call home-somewhere on our island. 3:Exmoor
'A Bit of a Sad Occasion '
A peaceful place - moorland and valleys, and gentle people. Why then do they hunt deer? Narrator DEREK JONES
Directors PHILIP TREVELYAN and TREVOR VIBERT
Produced by MICHAEL CROUCHER
Richard Widmark with Felicia Farr
The Arizona desert is the setting for this impressive drama about a group of pio neers who are forced to rely on a man charged with murder to guide them through hostile Indian territory
Richard Widmark , the villain of many a Hollywood thriller, brings his rough and ready morality to the West in this spectacular frontier story directed by Delmer Daves.
Screenplay by JAMES EDWARD GRANT DELMER DAVES , and GWEN BAGNI GIELGUD Based on a story by GWEN BAGNI GIELGUD Directed by DELMER DAVES
Produced by WILLIAM B. HAWKS
(This Week's Films: see page 9)
Comedy and cartoon in a film series from Hollywood's greatest storytellers. Part 1 of Boomerang, Dog of Many Talents. The adventures of an artful vagabond, Barney, and his four-footed accomplice Boomerang.
(Part 2: next Sunday)
(Boomerang and a boy called Nuttin': page 8)
by J. FENIMORE COOPER
Dramatised in eight parts by HARRY GREEN
1757: The Red
Indians are caught between the British and the French.
Music composed and conducted by DUDLEY SIMPSON
Script editor ALISTAIR BELL Make-up SANDRA HURLL Costumes JOYCE MACKEN Designer DAVID SPODE Producer JOHN MCRAE
Directed by DAVID MALONEY
(The Last of the Mohicans: page 51)
Webb's Staff Major:
Other parts played by:
Other parts played by:
Weatherman GRAHAM PARKER
A doctor's personal interpretation of hidden meanings in the Bible.
Dr Thomas Weihs , Superintendent of the Camphill Rudolf Steiner Schools, describes the early stages of embryonic development and compares them to the description of the Creation in Genesis.
Are there perhaps two aspects to conception? Does the legend of the Stork have meaning?
Produced by JONATHAN STEDALL
(The stork realities: page 11)
appeals on behalf of the Central Council for the Disabled A national voluntary organisation, without state subsidy, the Council is pledged to investigate the problems of the physically handicapped, to protect their interests and ensure that every disabled person in the community shall have the maximum opportunity for independence.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: [address removed]
from Llandaff Cathedral with the LLANDAFF CATHEDRAL CHOIR
PARISH CHOIR, CHORAL SOCIETY and music SOCIETY
HOWELLS' SCHOOL CHOIR and the BISHOP OF LLANDAFF SCHOOL CHOIR Introduced by KEITH MACKLIN
0 gladsome light (Nunc Dimittis)
From east to west, from shore to shore (Hilariter)
Lord who in thy perfect wisdom (Blaenwern)
King of glory (Mathafarn)
O'er the gloomy hills of darkness (Blaencefn)
Like the sound of many waters (Long Oaks)
Conductor ROBERT JOYCE
Organist GRAHAM ELLIOTT Blessing by THE VERY REV GORDON LEWIS PHILLIPS Dean of Llandaff
Director DEWI GRIFFITHS
Producer TREGELLES WILLIAMS
Created by FRANCIS DURBRIDGE
Sea Burial by DAVID ROBERTS
On a visit to Sweden, Paul Temple receives a mysterious summons that pitchforks him on to the trail of an ingenious and unusual crime.
Sound NORMAN BENNETT Lighting PETER WINN
Script editor MARTIN HALL Designer PAUL ALLEN
Producers PETER BRYANT , DERRICK SHERWIN Directed by RONALD WILSON †
Lawrence Trimble is a member of the National Theatre Company)
by NICK MCCARTY with Patrick Troughton and Sheila Burrell
Cast in order of appearance:
Series based on an idea by MAURICE COWAN
Costumes JOHN BLOOMFIELD Lighting ROBERT WRIGHT Designer PETER SEDDON
Producers RONALD TRAVERS , MARK SHIVAS Directed by NAOMI CAPON
Dorothy Tutin - splendidly proud and defiant. THE TIMES Stunningly acted and wonderfully costumed. MORNING STAR
George Viscount Rochford:
Duke of Norfolk:
Sir Henry Norreys:
Earl of Surrey:
Sir William Kingston:
Sir Christopher Hales:
with Richard Baker and Weather
John Philip Sousa (1854-1932)
A documentary film of the life and work of America's foremost musical interpreter of patriotism, the greatest master of the march form ever known.
The programme draws on rare archive material collected from all over the United States. It features a reconstruction of the famous Sousa Concert Band -the civilian showbiz outfit which Sousa conducted and with which he toured and captivated audiences around America and the world for nearly 40 years. With the augmented Detroit Concert Band conducted by DR LEONARD SMITH and the help of Helen Sousa Abert George Balanchine , Bill Bell
Paul Bierley , Sir Arthur Bliss
Gay Corrie , Lt-Col Sir Vivian Dunn Leopold Stokowski , William Relton The Sousa Concert Band Fraternal Society, and The US Marine Corps Band of which Sousa was musical director from 1880-1892, and with Anne Pashley (soprano)
(tenor) Pianist SANDY BLAIR
The voice of Sousa spoken by BEN LYON
Narrator HUMPHREY LYTTELTON
Film editor ALLAN TYRER
Produced by KENNETH CORDEN
Lt-Col Sir Vivian
A conversation on the issues of today with Ludovic Kennedy and three men and women of distinction in widely differing fields who hold strong views on the topics of today - and tomorrow.
Among those appearing tonight is J. K. GALBRAITH , Professor of Economics at Harvard University and former us Ambassador to India.
Produced by EDWARD MIRZOEFF