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: Parish Communion

at The Church of St. Philip with St. Mark, Old Kent Road, London.

(to 11.30)

Contributors

Celebrant and preacher: The Rev. Gerald Lane
Assistant: The Rev. G. R. Bell
Organist and Choirmaster: Phyllis Carter
TV presentation: David Kennard

: Ddoe Heddiw

Hywel Gwynfryn Evans yn cyflwyno rhai pigion o raglenni'r wythnos
Welsh topical magazine.

: Advance: 7: Land Transport

Ten programmes about prehistoric man's first steps in technology.

Introduced by Nicholas Thomas, Keeper, Department of Archaeology, Birmingham City Museum and Stuart Piggott, Abercromby Professor of Prehistoric Archaeology, University of Edinburgh.
A BBC Educational broadcast

Contributors

Presenter: Nicholas Thomas
Presenter: Stuart Piggott
Producer: Paul Johnstone

: Having a Baby: 7: Home Confinement

A series of ten programmes.
Introduced by a Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of the University of London.
A BBC Educational broadcast

Contributors

Presenter: A Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of the University of London [name uncredited]
Interviewer: Joan Bakewell
Production assistant: Margaret Smith
Producer: Joyce Bullen
Editor: Beryl Radley

: Communication: 7: The Flow of Information Traffic

Lectures on the modern approach to the transmission of information by Professor Colin Cherry.
Satellite transmission model by the G P.O.
A BBC Educational broadcast
To be repeated on Monday at 11.30 p.m.

(to 13.45)

Contributors

Presenter: Professor Colin Cherry
Producer: Alan Sleath

: Farming in Britain: 3: Research and Advice

Six programmes in which Michael Barratt takes an outsider's look at Britain's biggest industry.
From the Midlands
followed by the Weather Situation for farmers and growers

Contributors

Presenter: Michael Barratt
Film editor: Henry Fowler
Producer: John Kenyon

: BBC-2 Showcase

Horizon: The Amateur Scientist
Has science become so expensive and complex that the amateur can no longer participate? Today we meet a few of the amateurs who are participating: they include a radio astronomer, a microscopist, a palaeoanthropologist, and a Scottish Minister of the Church who is a world expert on computing the position of comets The programme is introduced by C. L. Stong the writer of the monthly column on amateur science in the Scientific American.
First transmission on October 19

3.10 So Much to Remember
Starring Fenella Fielding
with David Kernan, Ronnie Stevens, Tom Criddle, Peter Regan, Rose Hill, Julia Nelson
First transmission on September 12

Contributors

Speaker (Horizon): A radio astronomer [name uncredited]
Speaker (Horizon): A microscopist [name uncredited]
Speaker (Horizon): A palaeoanthropologist [name uncredited]
Speaker (Horizon): A Scottish Minister of the Church [name uncredited]
Presenter (Horizon): C. L. Stong
Cameraman (Horizon): Ewart Needham
Cameraman (Horizon): Bill Munn
Sound recordist (Horizon): Jack Curtis
Sound recordist (Horizon): John Woodiwiss
Film editor (Horizon): Roy Fry
Production assistant (Horizon): John Dutot
Commentator (Horizon): Derek Cooper
Produced and directed by (Horizon): Ramsay Short
Series editor (Horizon): Gordon Rattray Taylor
Book and lyrics (So Much to Remember): Johnny Whyte
Performer/Book and lyrics (So Much to Remember): Fenella Fielding
Performer (So Much to Remember): David Kernan
Performer (So Much to Remember): Ronnie Stevens
Performer (So Much to Remember): Tom Criddle
Performer (So Much to Remember): Peter Regan
Performer (So Much to Remember): Rose Hill
Performer (So Much to Remember): Julia Nelson
Dancer (So Much to Remember): Maureen Sims
Dancer (So Much to Remember): Caroline Haigh
Dancer (So Much to Remember): Beth Macdonald
Dancer (So Much to Remember): Barbara Staveley
Music (So Much to Remember): Stanley Myers
Music arranged by (So Much to Remember): Ray Terry
Music arranged by (So Much to Remember): Dennis Wilson
Musical director (So Much to Remember): Harry Rabinowitz
Musical numbers staged by (So Much to Remember): Alfred Rodrigues
Designer (So Much to Remember): Barry Newbury
Producer (So Much to Remember): David Askey

: The World of Tonight

Introduced this week by Cliff Michelmore.
The world and its events as the Tonight team reported them last week.

Contributors

Presenter: Cliff Michelmore
Cameraman: Ken Willicombe
Cameraman: Hannen Foss
Cameraman: Reg Pope
Cameraman: Ewart Needham
Sound recordist: Dennis Panchen
Sound recordist: Don Martin
Sound recordist: Ted Read
Film editor: Mansel Lloyd
Film editor: John McNicholas
Film editor: Bill Wright
Film editor: Tom Foley
Film editor: Eddy Montague
Editor: Alasdair Milne
Editor: Derrick Amoore

: Z Cars: A Place of Safety

by John Hopkins.
A second showing of A Place of Safety

Serving a summons is hardly ever easy-but it is not usually met with the kind of violence which has Victor Division humming and Chief-Inspector Barlow forced to face a 'colour problem'.

Contributors

Writer: John Hopkins
Designer: Frederick Knapman
Casebook material: William Prendergast
Producer: David E. Rose
Director: Michael Simpson

: The Count of Monte Cristo: 7: Unlimited Credit

by Alexandre Dumas.
Dramatised in twelve episodes by Anthony Steven.

Baron Danglars is disconcerted and Edmond shows unusual interest in high-spirited horses.

Contributors

Author: Alexandre Dumas
Dramatised by: Anthony Steven
Music composed and conducted by: Roberta Gerhard
Script editor: Betty Willingale
Producer: Campbell Logan
Director: Peter Hammond
Edmond Dantes: Alan Badel
Mercedes: Natasha Parry
Albert: Sandor Eles
Lucien Debray: Gary Hope
Footman: Alan Wilson
Maximilian: Edward de Souza
Chateau-Renaud: Barry Boys
Beauchamp: Jerome Willis
Fernand: Philip Madoc
Danglars: Morris Perry
Footman: John Baker
First gentleman: Robert Young
Second gentleman: Michael Oxley
Madame Danglars: Rosalie Crutchley
Eugenie: Isobel Black
Louise: Janet Rowsell
Haydee: Valerie Sarruf
Bertuccio: Cyril Shaps
Ali: Roy Stewart
Madame de Villefort: Patricia English
Valentine: Anna Palk

: Pinky and Perky: Perky Political Broadcast

Written by Robert Gray.
with Jimmy Thompson as Asst. General, P.P.C.T.V.
From the North of England

Contributors

Writer: Robert Gray
Presented by: Jan Dalibor
Presented by: Vlasta Dalibor
Additional manipulator: Philip Rose
Additional manipulator: Elizabeth Rose
Additional manipulator: John Parks
"We Belong Together" words and music by: Norman Newell
"We Belong Together" words and music by: Alyn Ainsworth
Design: Nicole Goodwin
Producer: Stan Parkinson
Asst. General, P.P.C.T.V.: Jimmy Thompson

: Meeting Point: in the new Gorbals

The Gorbals is being rebuilt and the old Gorbals is passing away with its slums and violence. Men and women in the parish of Augustine-Buchanan tell how their church is facing this new situation.
To be repeated tonight at 11.5

Contributors

Cameraman: Alex Scott
Sound: John Evans
Sound: Charles Clark
Film editor: David L. White
Producer: Ronald Falconer

: Sunday Story: Jubilee: Part 1: Freedom

Written by Richard Wade.
How the Negro spiritual was given to the world at large.
Told and sung by Cy Grant with Brian Brocklehurst (double-bass).
First transmission on October 20, 1963

Contributors

Writer: Richard Wade
Storyteller/Singer: Cy Grant
Double-bass: Brian Brocklehurst
Producer: John Elphinstone-Fyffe

: Andrew Cruickshank

(Dr. Cameron) appeals on behalf of the Historic Churches Preservation Trust.
Contributions, preferably by crossed postal order or cheque, will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]

Contributors

Presenter: Andrew Cruickshank

: Songs of Praise

for People to People Week
from Birmingham Cathedral.
with the Indian Christian Group, Jamaican Messengers, West African Group, Trinidad Steel Band, Cathedral Choir and a multi-racial congregation of all denominations.
Introduced by David Franklin.
Blessing given by The Rt. Rev. George Sinker, Provost of Birmingham

Contributors

Musicians: Trinidad Steel Band
Presenter: David Franklin
Conductor: Thomas Tunnard
Organist: David Hart
Blessing: The Rt. Rev. George Sinker
TV presentation: Barrie Edgar

: It's A Square World

says Michael Bentine
echoed by Clive Dunn and Leon Thau, Joe Gibbons
endorsed by John Mulgrew, Andre Cameron
and Deryck Guyler
Devised and written by Michael Bentine and John Law.

Contributors

Devised and written by: Michael Bentine
Devised and written by: John Law
Film cameraman: Tony Leggo
Film cameraman: Jim Balfour
Film editor: Jim Latham
Cartoon film by: Biographic Cartoon Films Ltd.
Musical direction: Harry Rabinowitz
Designer: Robert Macgowan
Producer: John Street
Comedian: Michael Bentine
[Actor]: Clive Dunn
[Actor]: Leon Thau
[Actor]: Joe Gibbons
[Actor]: John Mulgrew
[Actor]: Andre Cameron
[Actor]: Deryck Guyler

: Laughter from the Whitehall: Brian Rix presents: Dry Rot

by John Chapman.
Brian Rix, Leo Franklyn, Basil Lord, Larry Noble, Sheila Mercier, Jacqueline Ellis, and Kerry Gardner are in 'Chase Me Comrade' at the Whitehall Theatre; John Chapman is in 'The Diplomatic Baggage' at Wyndham's Theatre, London

Contributors

Writer: John Chapman
Setting: Rhoda Gray
Director: Wallace Douglas
Colonel Wagstaff: Charles Cameron
Mrs. Wagstaff: Cicely Paget-Bowman
Beth: Hazel Douglas
Susan Wagstaff: Jacqueline Ellis
John Danby: Kerry Gardner
Fred Phipps: Brian Rix
Alfred Tubbe: Leo Franklyn
Flash Harry: Basil Lord
Albert-Polignac: Larry Noble
Sergeant Fire: Sheila Mercier
Commentator: John Chapman

: Kipling: Consequences

Indian Stories of Rudyard Kipling
Adapted and directed by Shaun Sutton.

with Joss Ackland, Kenneth Fortescue and Barbara Murray, Georgina Cookson
Guest stars, Barry Foster, John Welsh, Gordon Gostelow

Contributors

Author: Rudyard Kipling
Adapter/director: Shaun Sutton
Costume supervisor: Elizabeth Agombar
Make-up supervisor: Lilias Munro
Music composed by: Max Harris
Story adviser: A. R. Rawlinson
Script editor: K. Levison
Designer: Richard Henry
Producer: John Robins
James Lockwood: Kenneth Fortescue
Richard Tarrion: Barry Foster
Colonel: John Kidd
Captain: Neville Barber
Sir Edward Lidyard: John Welsh
Mrs. Hauksbee: Barbara Murray
Eric Mallowe: Neil Stacy
Messenger: Rene Setan
Ayah: Zohra Segal
Mrs. Mallowe: Georgina Cookson
Clerk: Jeremy Young
Officer: Clive Russell
Major-General: Robert Perceval
General Prendergast: Gordon Gostelow
William Stevens: Joss Ackland

: The News

: Not So Much A Programme More A Way of Life

And a way of looking at the world One eye open wide; one eye closed; so between the two the picture gets composed

[Starring] David Frost, P. J. Kavanagh, William Rushton
with Cleo Laine, Eleanor Bron, John Bird, Doug Fisher, Roy Hudd, David Walsh
with Michael Crawford as Byron and visitors.

Contributors

Presenter: David Frost
Presenter: P. J. Kavanagh
Presenter: William Rushton
Musical director: Dave Lee
Musical associate: Conn Bernard
Film editor: Norman Matthews
Designer: Darrol Blake
Associate producer: Elizabeth Cowley
Produced and directed by: Ned Sherrin
Singer: Cleo Laine
Performer: Eleanor Bron
Performer: John Bird
Performer: Doug Fisher
Comedian: Roy Hudd
Performer: David Walsh
Byron: Michael Crawford

: Meeting Point: in the new Gorbals

First transmission at 6.15 p.m.








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