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: Nai Zindagi NayaJeevan

Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Director ASHOK RAMPAL (from Birmingham) Repeated Wed, 1.0 pm (not N Ireland)

Contributors

Presented By: Saleem Shahed
Director: Ashok Rampal

: Closedown

: Seeing and Believing

Hi! Have a Nice Day: passages from the book by NORMAN c . HABEL spoken in Edlesborough Parish Church, Buckinghamshire by MICHAEL TURNER , MARC ASHLEY TOM DURHAM, CLAIRE KINSON Introduced and sung by BILL HOMEWOOD
Producer B. T. BROOKS

Contributors

Book By: Norman C . Habel
Unknown: Michael Turner
Unknown: Marc Ashley
Sung By: Bill Homewood
Producer: B. T. Brooks

: Interval

: A Job Worth Doing?

Further Education: a look at some of the many hundreds of courses available to young 0-level leavers who've started work. Commentary JOHN TUSA Producer PAUL Mitchell
Repeated on Tuesday at 12.5 pm Book 35p: see page 78

Contributors

Producer: Paul Mitchell

: Closedown

: Farming

Introduced by DAVID RICHARDSON Smoked Salmon for all?
DR PATRICK CUNNINGHAM reports on the latest technological breakthrough in farming the sea. Producer JOHN KENYON
Weather for Farmers

Contributors

Introduced By: David Richardson
Unknown: Dr Patrick Cunningham

: News Headlines

Weather

: Made in Britain

Bridge to Asia: Traffic has just been allowed on to the new Bosporus Bridge, a product of advanced British technology both in design and construction.
Producer DAVID WILSWORTB

Contributors

Producer: David Wilswortb

: A View from Richard Baker

Coral reefs, children at school, work and money, poetry, languages - these are only some of the topics of new series starting on BBC Television next week. Richard Baker previews them with Katy Manning who reveals what is hidden behind the title of her new series Serendipity.
Producer DAVID CORDINGLEY
Rptd Monday 11.40 pm (not Scotland)
More details about the series previewed by Richard Baker and some others are <n the Look, Listen and Learn supplement, available from BBC Publications on request, see page 78

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Baker
Unknown: Katy Manning
Producer: David Cordingley
Unknown: Richard Baker

: Mr Benn

The Red Knight

: Great Parks of the World

with Anthony Smith
A personal journey across four continents to see some of the world's great national parks.
5: The Danube Delta, Romania
A secret world of fish and fishermen; a paradise of morning sunlight and large white birds-a final flourish of the Danube before it reaches the Black Sea. Romania's national park is the last of the true wild reserves in Europe-much of it unexplored, all of it breathtakingly beautiful. Inevitably there are conflicts between the needs of the rich and varied wildlife and the needs of the 20,000 people who live there. This film takes account of the balance that the Delta has achieved.
Executive producer NICHOLAS crockxr Producer PETER CRAWFORD
(from Bristol; first shown on BBC2)

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Smith
Producer: Peter Crawford

: Film Matinee: The Longest Hundred Miles

starring
Doug McClure , Katharine Ross Ricardo Montalban
The story of a hundred-mile journey by an American GI, a nurse, a priest, seven children - and some unexpected passengers - in a rickety, wheezing church bus.
Director DON WEIS

Contributors

Unknown: Doug McClure
Unknown: Katharine Ross
Unknown: Ricardo Montalban
Director: Don Weis
Cpl Steve Bennett: Doug McClure
Father Sanchez: Ricardo Montalban
Miguel: Ronald Remy
Lupe: Helen Thompson
Pedro: Berting Labra
Maria ;: Vilma Santos
Vincente: Danilo Jurado

: Cirencester Horse Trials

for the Midland Bank Championships of Great Britain
Yesterday afternoon, in the delightful setting of Cirencester Park in Gloucestershire, the long season for Britain's eventing enthusiasts came to a significant climax. Having qualified for these Championships at regional events and come unscathed through the problems of Badminton, Burghley and Kiev, they were required to negotiate a 28-fence spectacular cross-country course over 21 miles. Highlights of this exciting equestrian occasion are introduced by RAYMOND BROOKS WARD
Commentators DORIAN WILLIAMS and RICHARD MEADE
Producer ALAN MOUNCER

Contributors

Introduced By: Raymond Brooks
Commentators: Dorian Williams
Commentators: Richard Meade
Producer: Alan Mouncer

: Goliath, Go to Sea

Goliath is the appropriate name given to the huge crane that straddles the building dock at Harland and Wolff's shipyard in Belfast. It dominates the skyline in' the eastern half of the city, where 10,000 men are busy every day building some of the world's biggest ships. In that city which lives with strife and conflict the ' yard ' is an island of peace. Written and narrated by MAGNUS MAGNUSSON
Producer GEORGE hewardini BBC Northern Ireland

Contributors

Unknown: Magnus Magnusson

: Ask Aspel

Michael Aspel introduces your television requests-your pick of the highlights from recent television.
His guest this week: David Essex
Producer FRANCES WHITAKER
Send your requests to ' Ask Aspel, BBC Television Centre. London W12 8QT

Contributors

Introduces: Michael Aspel
Unknown: David Essex
Producer: Frances Whitaker

: News

Weatherman JACK SCOTT

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Scott

: A Chance to Meet

Dr Immanuel Jakobovits
The Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the British Commonwealth, who has a deep interest in medical ethics and the place of youth in the future of Judaism.
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore Resident reporter DAVID JESSEL
Producer VERNON SPROXTON

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Immanuel Jakobovits
Introduced By: Cliff Michelmore
Reporter: David Jessel
Producer: Vernon Sproxton

: Psalms of Praise

from All Souls Church, Langham Place, London
Cliff Richard introduces items from a new book Psalm Praise, which aims to enable people to sing the Psalms with gusto.
Tell out, my soul
Blessed is the man
God is our strength and refuge Forgotten for eternity
May God be gracious to us Reflections
In majesty and splendour No weight of gold or silver I lift my eyes
Then I saw a new heaven and earth In silence my soul is waiting Bless the Lord. 0 my soul
Come, rejoice before your Maker He who stands in awe of God
Come. sing praises to the Lord above 0 praise God in His holiness
Sing to God new songs of worship
Organist DAVID LINDSAY NUNN Conductor NOEL TREDINNICK Prayer and Blessing
REV MICHAEL A. BAUGHEN
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT

Contributors

Organist: David Lindsay Nunn
Conductor: Noel Tredinnick
Unknown: Michael A. Baughen

: Moonbase 3: Achilles Heel

by John Lucarotti
'Adam and Bill. Adam and Kate. Adam and Tom. Adam and Helen. Now, Adam and you. He moves around, our Adam.

Contributors

Writer: John Lucarotti
Music: Dudley Simpson
Script Editor: Terrance Dicks
Designer: Roger Liminton
Producer: Barry Letts
Director: Christopher Barry
Adam Blaney: Edward Brayshaw
Bill Knight: Malcolm Reynolds
Jane: Joanna Ross
David Caulder: Donald Houston
Michel Lebrun: Ralph Bates
Helen Smith: Fiona Gaunt
Lisa: Anne Rosenfeld
Director General: Peter Bathurst
Kate Weyman: Anne Ridler
Tom Hill: Barry Lowe
Dodi Knight: Nancie Wait
Astronaut: Oliver Ford-Davies

: Film of the Week: This Could be the Night

starring Jean Simmons
Paul Douglas , Anthony Franciosa When a young country girl is given a job as part-time secretary by an ex-bootlegger in his off-Broadway night club, everyone tries to protect her from the sordid facts of night life. and RAY ANTHONY
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Director ROBERT WISE
This Week's Films: page 11

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Simmons
Unknown: Paul Douglas
Unknown: Anthony Franciosa
Unknown: Ray Anthony
Anne Leeds: Jean Simmons
ROCCO: Paul Douglas
Tony Armotti: Anthony Franciosa
Ivy Corlane: Julie Wilson
Crystal: Joan Blondell
Patsy St Clair: Neile Adams
Leon: J Carrol Naish

: News

with Richard Whitmore ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Whitmore

: The Sydney Opera House

The building that nearly was.
An Omnibus documentary about the greatest architectural extravaganza of the century.
The first public performances take place at the Sydney Opera House next week and on 20 October the Queen will attend the official grand opening ceremony. It has taken 15 troubled years to build and has cost f57 million.
A competition for the design was announced as long ago as 1955. The winning architect, JORN UTZON from Denmark, called for enormous shell-shaped roofs clad in a million glittering white tiles, soaring 221 feet above the spectacular Sydney Harbour and resting on a concrete podium mounted by a gigantic flight of steps.
This film traces the tempestuous history of the building, including Utzon's dramatic resignation in 1966 and the attempts to complete it without him. It looks also at how Australian artists and musicians are now preparing to perform there.
Those appearing include Jorn Utzon himself and Sir Ove Arup, structural engineer Edward Downes , Musical Director, the Australian Opera
Sir Robert Helpmann , co-director, the Australian Ballet, and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra conductor WILLEM VAN OTTERLOO Narrator KENNETH VAN BARTHOLD
Film editor JOHN NEEDHAM Producer KENNETH CORDEN
From Sydney next Saturday: Birgit Nilsson , 11 30 am R3 Stereo; ' War and Peace,' 7.15 pm BBC2 Colour

Contributors

Unknown: Jorn Utzon
Unknown: Edward Downes
Unknown: Sir Robert Helpmann
Conductor: Willem van Otterloo
Producer: Kenneth Corden
Unknown: Birgit Nilsson

: Parents and Children

What Shall We Tell the Parents? - about sex education An investigation by Michael Barratt
Paul Barnes and Judith Davis
Children and young people say that traditional sex education, or the lack of it, leaves them without the knowledge and understanding to cope in a society where they are open to increasing sexual pressures. But many adults still disagree on how these needs can be met, what form sex education should take, who should give it, and at what age.
Marjorie Proops , Claire Rayner and Michael Schofield talk to a group of parents, teenagers and people involved in sex education and look at some examples of current sex education material and what may be available soon.
Directors DICK FOSTER. PAUL KRIWACZEK Series editor EURFRON GWYNNE JONES

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Barratt
Unknown: Paul Barnes
Unknown: Judith Davis
Unknown: Marjorie Proops
Unknown: Claire Rayner
Unknown: Michael Schofield
Directors: Dick Foster.
Editor: Eurfron Gwynne








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