Make Yourself at Home
For viewers from Pakistan and India.
Life in Britain
An Interlude of Music
Dekhiye Suniye aur Boliye
Look, Listen, and Speak
English by Television Unit
From the Midlands
(Repeated on Wednesday at 12.25 p.m.)
A booklet entitled 'Look, Listen, and Speak', printed in Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali, and English, with vocabularies and revision lessons, can be obtained from booksellers, or from [address removed], price 4s. 6d. (by post 5s. 2d.: crossed postal order).
(Crystal Palace, Sutton Coldfield, Peterborough, Tacolneston, Cambridge, All North Transmitters (Except Sandale and Douglas), Kirk O'Shotts, Divis, Londonderry, Wenvoe West, Rowridge)
Teacher (Look, Listen, and Speak):
What is there to prevent the new mathematics degenerating into a new orthodoxy? The teachers' centres now being set up all over the country provide an answer to the problem. In essence they are a place where teachers can meet to learn, to try out, to discuss, to evaluate, and to improve the new ideas.
Presented by William Thirlwell.
(Repeated on Monday at 4.5 p.m.)
Ten programmes in which Christopher Chataway looks at careers open to young people of average or high academic ability.
(Repeated on Thursday at 11.7 p.m.)
from Horningsham Chapel (Congregational), Wiltshire.
To mark the 400th Anniversary of what is said to be the oldest Free Church in England.
From the Revised Standard Version:
First Lesson: Isaiah 51, vv. 1-11 read by The Rev. John Wright, Vicar of Horningsham
Second Lesson: St. Luke 7, vv. 1-10 read by The Marquess of Bath
Hymns (from Congregational Praise): Nos. 1, 590, 664, 729, and 251
The Rev. Noel
Reader (First Lesson):
The Rev. John
Reader (Second Lesson):
The Marquess of
Ten programmes on planning the environment we live in.
Presented by Maurice Barley, Reader in Archaeology, University of Nottingham.
With Kenneth Browne, Townscape Editor, The Architectural Review.
(Repeated next Saturday at 10.30 a.m.)
Lasers and electron beam machines vaporise metal. Spark erosion and electrochemical machining give high rate of metal removal with accuracy.
Introduced by Peter Barham.
With John Jolly, Ivan Moore, Jim Rockingham.
Five programmes for those responsible for getting results with people in industry.
The aim of appraisal ranges from management succession to setting performance standards.
Introduced by Christopher Tugendhat.
With Kay Rowe, Richard Hacon, Alan Richmond, Bill Cormie, Robin Pullar.
(Repeated next Saturday at 11.0 a.m.)
A regular feature serving gardeners in Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and England.
An outside broadcast from the Gardening Club Garden, Edgbaston, Birmingham with Percy Thrower.
According to weather, sequences should include:
John Warrington, Curator, Botanical Gardens, Birmingham
Storage of power tools and equipment for the winter
Decorative plantings around a new hut
Gardening Club Garden
Crazy paving, slab laying, making steps
From the Midlands
Introduced by John Cherrington.
Ad lib, pig feeding
James Thorburn visits a mixed farm in Dorset, where they fatten 4,000 pigs each year on a system requiring little labour.
and a report from The Dairy Show.
From the Midlands
followed by the Weather Situation for farmers and growers
3.0-3.25 A Matter of Conviction
A series of experiments to test the reliability of the eye-witness.
(Peterborough, Manningtree, Oxford, Cambridge)
Starring Fred MacMurray, Ray Milland, Louise Campbell
The story spans a period from 1903-1938 and tells of the determination of three people to devote their lives to the development of aviation.
Produced and directed by:
Hiram F. Jenkins:
Pat (as a child):
Peggy (as a child):
Scott (as a child):
A selection from one of the funniest television comedies of all time.
Starring Phil Silvers as Sergeant Bilko.
The war drums sound again when... Cherokee Ernie... becomes heap big Injun Chief!
by Wilkie Collins.
Dramatised in six parts by Michael Voysey.
Walter has returned from abroad having read an announcement of Laura's death. He goes to see the grave only to meet with Laura herself.
From the West
Sir Percival Clyde:
Sooty assisted by Sweep and Harry Corbett.
From the North
Is it true that the people of the Rhondda worship the gods of chance while kneeling before a fruit machine? What explanation is there for the femininity of the Church's outlook in this rugged valley?
The Rev. Arthur H. Bird, Iori Thomas M.P., John H. Davies and W. W. Jones
The Rev. Arthur H.
A religious quiz competition.
In the Chair, Franklin Engelmann
From Crown Parish Church, Inverness.
With local Church choirs and the choir of Inverness Royal Academy.
Introduced by Murdoch McPherson.
The Lord of heav'n confess (Tune, St. John)
Come holy Ghost, our souls inspire (Tune, Veni Creator)
Lord of all being, throned afar (Tune, Ombersley)
How lovely is thy dwelling-place (Tune, Harington)
In the cross of Christ I glory (Tune, Stuttgart)
Blest be the everlasting God (Tune, Bishopthorpe)
Look upon us, blessed Lord (Tune, Liebster Jesu)
O Jesus King most wonderful (Tune, Metzler)
God is my strong salvation (Tune, Christus, der ist mein Leben)
Forth in thy name O Lord I go (Tune, Angels' Song)
The Choir of Inverness Royal
Prayer and Blessing:
The Rev. Charles P.
Written and directed by Terence Young.
The film this Sunday is a tribute to the Guards Armoured Division and stars Edward Underdown, Helen Cherry, Ralph Clanton.
Major Bushy Nobel:
Earl of Bentham:
Regimental Sergeant Major:
Live from the BBC Television Theatre.
With Billy Cotton and his Band
and star guests from the world of entertainment.
With Kathie Kay, The Tiller Girls, The New Cotton Singers
Billy Cotton and his
The New Cotton
An impression of the Leeds International Piano Competition 1966.
There never was a more hotly contested competition: superlative playing, five finalists instead of the statutory three, a photo-finish, surprising results. BBC cameras filmed the entire ten days, including prize-winning performances and interviews with contestants and jury, to produce the inside story of the year's most significant musical competition.
The Competitors: Fifty-seven pianists from twenty-nine countries
The Jury: William Glock (Chairman), Hans Keller (Deputy Chairman), Gina Bachauer, Nadia Boulanger, Maria Curcio, Annie Fischer, Rudolf Firkusny, Nikita Magaloff, Lev Oborin, Charles Rosen, Bela Siki
The Organisers: The Countess of Harewood, Fanny Waterman, Cecil Mazey
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
Leader, Paul Collins
Conductor, Charles Groves
In the finalists' concert:
Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No. 1, in B flat minor
Brahms: Piano Concerto No. 1, in D minor
Deputy Jury chairman/Interviewee:
The Countess of Harewood [Marion
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic
Narrated and produced by:
Robert Robinson with Criticism - Report - Discussion on Entertainment and the Arts.
(Shown at 6.15)