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: Home Cooking: 8: Fish Dishes

A personal approach by Fanny Cradock.
Ten programmes to encourage beginners and to help competent cooks to revitalise the family meals.
A BBC Educational broadcast

Contributors

Cook/presenter: Fanny Cradock
Designer: Gordon Toms
Production assistant: Margaret Smith
Director: Margaret McCall
Producer: Beryl Radley

: Sacrament of Baptism

according to the form of the Church of Scotland
from Peterhead Old Parish Church.
Conducted by the Minister, The Rev. Dr. William J. Morris.

(to 11.30)

Contributors

Conductor: The Rev. Dr. William J. Morris
Organist: Bessie B. May
Presented for television by: Stanley Pritchard

: Anatomy of the Film: 8: Communication

John Krish talks about the professional techniques of film-making.
With scenes chosen from the films of Jean Luc Godard, Orson Welles, Luis Bunuel, Satyajit Ray.
A BBC Educational broadcast

Contributors

Presenter: John Krish
Director: Michael Blakstad
Producer: Victor Poole

: Life's Balance: 8: Breaking the Code of the Brain

An introduction to the control of living processes by Professor J. Z. Young, F.R.S.
Van Gogh reproduction by permission of The Pallas Gallery
An Outside Broadcast from the Royal College of Surgeons
A BBC Educational broadcast
Repeated on Monday at 11.5 p.m.
(to 13.15)

For the Deaf
Synopses are now available for these forthcoming plays on BBC-1: Dr. Finlay's Casebook - The Immortal Memory (June 20); Cluff - The Convict (July 11) Cluff - The Daughters (July 18); Dr. Who - The Chase parts 4 to 6 (June 12 to 26); Poison Island by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch, a serial in 6 episodes, parts 1 to 3 (June 20 to July 4); Dr. Who - The Time Meddler parts 1 and 2 (July 3 and 10). Write to [address removed], marking the envelope Plays.

Contributors

Presenter: Professor J. Z. Young
Producer: Alan Sleath

: Farming: A Smallholding Called Britain: 2: Building for 1990

We can expect a population increase of at least seventeen million by the end of the century, and somewhere in this small island we must all live, work, and play.
Kenneth Hudson looks at our scarcest commodity, land, and the demands that will be made on it.
followed by the Weather Situation for farmers and growers
(to 14.15)

Contributors

Presenter/Script: Kenneth Hudson
Researched and directed by: Keith Reading
Film Editor: Henry Fowler
Film Cameraman: Stewart A. Farnell
Film cameraman: Ian Stone
Sound Recordist: Bill Barker.
Sound Recordist: John Gilbert
Producer: John Kenyon

: The Great High Dam

A report by Trevor Philpott.
For the past five years, 35,000 Egyptian and Russian workers have been toiling day and night on the new High Dam at Aswan. Already they are one year ahead of the originally estimated ten-year schedule.
Trevor Philpott tells the story of this colossal engineering project.

Contributors

Reporter: Trevor Philpott
Photography: Slim Hewitt
Sound Recordist: Frank Pocklington
Film Editor: John McNicholas
Producer: Frank Dale

: Rugby League: The Challenge Cup Final 1965: Hunslet v. Wigan

The most exciting Final ever seen at Wembley.
A further showing of the highlights from this great match.

Contributors

Commentator: Eddie Waring
Presented for television by: Ray Lakeland

: The Rogues: The Personal Touch

A film series.
Starring David Niven, Charles Boyer, Gig Young, Robert Coote, Gladys Cooper as The Rogues
This week's story: The Personal Touch
With guest star, Dina Merrill
(First transmission on October 1, 1964)

Contributors

Alec Fleming: David Niven
Tony Fleming: Gig Young
Timothy St. Clair: Robert Coote
Kendall Frazier: Dina Merrill
Aram Redesko: Walter Matthau
Margaret St. Clair: Gladys Cooper
Marcel St. Clair (voice): Charles Boyer

: Temple Houston: The Twisted Rope

A Western film series.
Starring Jeff Hunter as the young Texas lawyer who finds action and adventure in his fight for individual rights and frontier justice.
with Jack Elam as Marshal George Taggart

When a popular sheriff is murdered, Temple defends the two young hooligans who are charged with the crime.

Contributors

Temple Houston: Jeff Hunter
Marshal George Taggart: Jack Elam
Dorrie Chevenix: Collin Wilcox
Claude Boley: Victor Jory

: Captain Pugwash: Carnival

An animated cartoon written and drawn by John Ryan.
Captain Pugwash in another spine-chilling adventure with his band of black-hearted pirates.

The pirate crew visits San Fiasco in search of gold - as usual.
Storyteller, Peter Hawkins

Contributors

Writer/Artist: John Ryan
Narrator: Peter Hawkins
Presented by: Diana Potter

: A Tale of Two Cities: Episode 10

by Charles Dickens.
Dramatised in ten episodes by Constance Cox.

In which Sydney Carton visits the prison of La Force and thus honours a vow.

Contributors

Author: Charles Dickens
Dramatised by: Constance Cox
Music composed and conducted by: Alan Rawsthorne
Script Editor: Betty Willingale
Lighting: John Summers
Costumes supervised by: Elizabeth Agombar
Make-up supervised by: Sheila Cassidy
Designer: Sally Hulke
Designer: Moira Talt
Producer: Campbell Logan
Director: Joan Craft
Lucie: Kika Markham
Mr. Lorry: Leslie French
Miss Pross: Alison Leggatt
Dr. Manette: Patrick Troughton
Sydney Carton: John Wood
Charles Darnay: Nicholas Pennell
Barsad: Peter Bayliss
Prison guard: Danny Rae
Prison guard: Leonard Woodrow
Sergeant: Nicholas Brent
Madame Defarge: Rosalie Crutchley
Jacques three: George Little
Vengeance: Diana King
Wood sawyer: Ralph Nossek
Seamstress: Fiona Duncan
Barrier guard: David Blake Kelly
Jerry Cruncher: Ronnie Barker
Defarge: George Selway
Citizen: Nigel Sharpe
Guard: James Fitzgerald

: Meeting Point: Religion is Good for You... Try Religion Today!

In America the techniques of consumer advertising, including jingle radio commercials, are being used to 'sell' religion.
Meeting Point invites comments on American methods and possible religious advertising in Britain from Malcolm Muggeridge, Lord Soper and David Williams.
Chairman, Derek Hart
Repeated tonight at 11.10

Contributors

Panellist: Malcolm Muggeridge
Panellist: Lord Soper
Panellist: David Williams
Chairman: Derek Hart
Film cameraman: Peter Sargent
Film editor: Geoff Fry
Producer: Peter Ferres

: Sunday Story: Three Songs from the Bible

with Cy Grant, The St. Gabriel Singers, Michael Jessett (guitar).

Contributors

Singer/Guitarist: Cy Grant
Singers: The St. Gabriel Singers
Guitarist: Michael Jessett
Producer: John Elphinstone-Fyffe

: Songs of Praise

from Lancing College Chapel.
Hymns introduced by the Chaplain, The Rev. C. R. Campling.

Contributors

Presenter: The Rev. C. R. Campling
Conductor: John Alston (Director of Music)
Organist: Michael Hart
TV Presentation: Kenneth Savidge

: The Sunday Film: Payment on Demand

Starring Bette Davis, Barry Sullivan

Contributors

Director: Curtis Bernhardt
Joyce Ramsey: Bette Davis
David Ramsey: Barry Sullivan
Mrs. Hedges: Jane Cowl
Robert Townsend: Kent Taylor
Martha: Betty Lynn
Tunliffe: John Sutton
Eileen Benson: Frances Dee
Diana: Peggy Castle
Prescott: Otto Kruger

: Dr. Finlay's Casebook: A Woman's Work

Created by A.J. Cronin.
Starring Andrew Cruickshank, Barbara Mullen
with Bill Simpson as Dr. Finlay

Contributors

Created by: A. J. Cronin
Script: Elaine Morgan
Story Editor: Pat Dunlop
The series produced by arrangement with: Graham Stewart
Designer: Donald Brewer
Producer: Gerard Glaister
Director: Prudence Fitzgerald
Jean McBride: Mairhi Russell
Dr. Cameron: Andrew Cruickshank
Andy McBride: Brian Pettifer
Robbie McBride: Duncan McIntyre
Dr. Finlay: Bill Simpson
Janet: Barbara Mullen
Butcher's boy: Alex Norton
Mrs. MacDonald: Maroussia Frank
Miss Bruce: Evelyn Ritchie
Maggie: Edith MacArthur
Mrs. Laidlaw: Lennox Milne

: P.G. Wodehouse's The World of Wooster: 3: Jeeves and the Great Sermon Handicap

Adapted from the short story by P. G. Wodehouse and produced by Michael Mills.
[Starring] Ian Carmichael as Bertie Wooster, Dennis Price as Jeeves
with Simon Ward and Timothy Carlton

Contributors

Author: P.G. Wodehouse
Adapted by/Producer: Michael Mills
Costumes supervised by: Maureen Copley
Make-up supervised by: Heather Stewart
Film Cameraman: David Prosser
Film Editor: Robert Rymer
Signature tune and themes by: Sandy Wilson
Designer: Darrol Blake
The World of Wooster produced in association with: Peter Cotes
Bertie Wooster: Ian Carmichael
Jeeves: Dennis Price
Eustace: Simon Ward
Claude: Timothy Carlton
Steggles: Simon Carter
The Rev. Heppenstall: Arthur Ridley
Brookfield: Mischa De La Motte
Harry: Royston Tickner
Jeff: Michael Earl
Landlord: John Tucker
[Actor]: Ronald Emm
[Actor]: Jack Haig
[Actor]: Michael Hart
[Actor]: George Lowdell
[Actor]: John Scott-Martin
[Actor]: Patrick Westwood

: The News

: Living Camera: Eddie

A crack driver's attempts to win America's most important race.
Tonight you can see how a racing driver prepares for a race he desperately wants to win. The driver is American Eddie Sachs and the race is the terrifying Indianapolis 500.
Co-produced by Time-Life Broadcasts and Drew Associates
(First transmission on BBC-2, April 12)

Contributors

Subject: Eddie Sachs
Executive Producer: Robert Drew

: Meeting Point

First transmission at 6.15 p.m.








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