Youth Forum in London
Activities of young Asians growing up and living in Britain today. Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Director ASHOK RAMPAL (from Birmingham) Rptd: Wed, 12.30 (not N Ireland)
An invitation to learn French with MAX BELLANCOURT
4: C'est un miracle!
(Books 27Jp, records £ 1.05; see page 74)
A 25-part course in Italian for beginners and near-beginners. Programme 4: introduced by MARISA DILLON-WESTON
With MARGHERITA GUZZINATI
GIANCARLO PANNESE , GIGI GATTI PATRIZIA PIERANGELI and WINNIE RIVA , ENRICO PAPA
Scripts ALFIO BERNABEI , ROMOLO BRUNI Director TERRY DOYLE
Producer TONY ROBERTS
(Repeated: Wed 12.5 pm. Sat 10.30 am) (Book 65p, records 11.30; see page 74)
An Anthology for Autumn
Compiled and introduced by WATSON JENKINS
Musicians DONALD SWANN and LEONARD PEARCEY
Readers CARMEN MUNROE and WILFRED HARRISON with children from
JORDANS COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOL
From The Mayflower Barn, Jordans, Bucks
Producer R. . BROOKS
A series of 10 programmes 4: Hotel Management
Three young people at different stages of their training.
(Booklet 35p: see page 74)
Ten programmes for Industry 4: Think!
A ' brainstorming session' analysed and evaluated by ARTHUR GARRATT and DENNIS CHADDOCK , Professor of Engineering Design at Loughborough University.
Director BRIAN DAVIES
Producer MICHAEL GARROD
Reflections on Neo-Classicism
A series of five programmes: 4
DOUGLAS JOHNSON talks about the artist David and his role in French political life.
Producer NANCY THOMAS
Dutch and Proud of It: pressures on agriculture in Holland.
Producer JOHN JOHNSTON (from BelfasO
Weather for Farmers
The World Game: the ball, boots and shirts used by our top soccer players are in demand everywhere. Reporter RONALD ALLISON
Producer ALAN Kt'MM
How do you get on with the job of day-to-day living? J.Y. in conversation with the people of Hoxton.
(Booklet 30p: see page 74)
Watch with Mother Binnie and Bessie
Narration BRIAN CANT
MICHAEL CHARLTON , in Ljubljana, looks back at this historic State Visit to Yugoslavia, including scenes of the arrival in the capital, and the tour on foot of the ancient city of Dubrovnik.
Director ANTONY CRAXTON
(in collaboration with the Yugoslav Television Service)
Michael Aspel introduces your television requests
With him in the studio:
Arthur Lowe (Capt Mainwaring of Dad's Army)
Producer GRANVILLE JENKINS
Send your requests to: Ask Aspel, BBC TV Centre, London W12 7RJ
Introduced by BRIAN MATTHEW
A weekly series visiting seven of the country's Champion Brass Bands; meeting the men at work and play, and just listening to the music.
4: From Warwickshire
The City of Coventry Band
Conducted by ALBERT CHAPPELL MALCOLM TEASDALE (euphonium) and the ' Young Bandsman of the Week ' NICHOLAS THOMPSON
Producer KEN GRIFFIN
(In RADIO times dated 9 November there will be a form for you to vote for ' The Young Bandsman of the Future ')
Cary Grant , Leslie Caron with Trevor Howard
' Mother Goose ' is the unlikely name code for Cary Grant playing a South Seas beachcomber who is pressed into service as a military observer during World War II. But when Leslie Caron as a French schoolteacher turns up with a troop of schoolgirls in the midst of Japanese bombing, Cary becomes ' Father Goose ' as well, and the stage is set for comedy all the way.
Director RALPH NELSON
(This Week's Films: page 9)
by ARTHUR MORRISON
Dramatised in seven parts by P. J. HAMMOND
Marr has been robbed and murdered by Ogle. Stephen wonders why his grandfather buys the dead man's watch.
Producer JOHN MCRAE Director JOAN CRAFT
Weatherman BERT FOORD
Rt Hon William Whitelaw , MP
Introduced by CLIFF MICHELMORE
The Secretary of State for Northern Ireland explains the personal beliefs that guide him in his work. What is his background, and how has it helped him to face the problems of Ireland?
Producer DAVID KENNARD
(To meet next weck's guest. Mrs Shirley Williams, mp. Opposition Spokesman on Home Affairs, send your questions on a postcard, with address and telephone number, to ' A Chance to Meet.' BBC Television Centre. London W12 7RJ, to arrive before Thursday)
from Liberton Kirk , Edinburgh With LOCAL CHURCH CHOIRS
ROMAN CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS CHOIR and GRACEMOUNT SCHOOL CHOIR Introduced by IAN VALENTINE
O come, let us sing (Bon Accord) When morning gilds (O Seigneur) God is love (Ubi Caritas) Praise to the holiest (Richmond) How lovely are thy tents (Quam dilecta) Servants of God, the Almighty (27 Twentieth-Century hymns
Through the night (St Oswald)
God's spirit is in my heart (Hubert Richards)
The Lord of Heaven confess (Darwall) Come Holy Ghost (St Columba Erin)
Mine eyes have seen the glory (John Brown's Body)
Organist GEORGE MILNE
Conductor RONALD W. CATTELL Prayer and Blessing Fit LAWRENCE GLANCEY and THE REV JOHN CAMERON Producer ANDREW BARR
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT BBC Scotland
by Peter Graham Scott
starring Peter Gilmore, Anne Stallybrass with Philip Bond, Michael Billington, Howard Lang, Jessica Benton
Sailing from Foochow in his chartered clipper Osiris, James picks up the lone survivor of a wrecked ship. The survivor has a strange story to tell...
Series devised by:
Tonight's film from the cinema's hall of fame stars
Gene Kelly , Donald O'Connor Debbie Reynolds with Jean Hagen , Millard Mitchell and Cyd Charisse
One of the screen's great musicals : a satirical, tuneful and affectionate story of Hollywood in the 20s, as the movies grappled with the problem of ' talkies Produced by MGM, Singin' in the Rain teamed Kelly and O'Con-nor for the first time, and was Debbie Reynolds' first major film. All the songs are authentic ' standards ' of the period.
, STANLEY DONEN (This Week's Films: page 9)
R F Simpson:
with John Edmunds ; Weather
Andre Previn asks the question
Who Needs a Conductor?
' Conducting,' said Leonard Bern stein, ' is the only profession in the world where you get paid for having a fit in public! ' Richard Strauss , in contrast, suggested ' You should never perspire when you conduct; only the audience should get warm.' Between these two opinions lies the truth.
Andre Previn debunks many of the myths that surround the subject and conducts the London Symphony Orchestra leader JOHN GEORGIADIS in excerpts from some of the most popular pieces in the concert repertoire, including
Rimsky-Korsakov Sheherazade Bartok Dance Suite
Tchaikovsky Fifth Symphony
Written by ANDRE PREVIN and HERBERT CHAPPELL Producer HERBERT CHAPPELL
(Andre Previn 's Choice: page 5)
A programme, repeated in the week of her 90th birthday, in which the distinguished actress talks to Frank Hauser.
Producer HAL BURTON
(Dame Sybil is Woman's Hour guest Of the week: Wednesday Radio 2)