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: Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye

Make Yourself at Home
For viewers from Pakistan and India.
Including:
Look, Listen, and Speak
From the Midlands
'Look, Listen, and Speak', Book 2 printed in Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali, and English with vocabularies and revision lessons, can be obtained from booksellers, Asian grocery shops, or from BBC Publications [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)

(to 9.25)

Contributors

Teacher (Look, Listen, and Speak): Robert Chapman

: Discovery and Experience: 5: Movement in Time and Space

A series for parents, teachers, and students about Primary School children.

Children move with freedom and discipline in a make-believe world of their own contriving. Movement gives rise to further concepts and with the help of language they begin to assimilate the things they see and hear in the outside world into their own imaginative experience.
From the West
(First shown on BBC-2)

Contributors

Consultant/Commentator: John Allen
Producer: Eileen Molony

: Vamos a Ver!: 15: Adonde se va?

Written by Helena Valenti.
Let's Look at Spanish
Twenty lessons for beginners.

Quick before they catch me-but where shall she go?

With Jacinta Castillejo, Mari Carmen Nevado, Julio Pena and Carlos Riera
(Repeated on Thursday at 11.7 p.m.)

Contributors

Writer: Helena Valenti
Course devised by: Brian Dutton
Course devised by: Angel Garcia de Paredes
Adviser: Joseph Cremona
Designer: Graham Oakley
Producer: Colin Nears
[Actress]: Jacinta Castillejo
[Actress]: Mari Carmen Nevado
[Actor]: Julio Pena
[Actor]: Carlos Riera

: Rogation Sunday Service

From Shirehampton, Bristol, held in the open air on Penpole Point.
Vicar, The Rev. John Smith

Hymns: Praise to the Lord, the Almighty The King of love my Shepherd is Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us Praise, my soul, the King of heaven Teach me, my God and King worship the King

Contributors

Service conducted by: The Rev. John Smith
Commentator: Jeremy Carrad
TV Direction: Kenneth Savidge

: In Your Own Words: 5: Words and Confidence

Become more confident in speech
A series about spoken English and communication.
Written and presented by Andrew Wilkinson, Birmingham University.
The actors: Eileen Barry, Judy Dickinson, Colin Skipp, Ted Moult
From the Midlands
(Repeated next Saturday at 10.0 a.m.)

Contributors

Writer/Presenter: Andrew Wilkinson
Producer: Edmund Marshall
[Actor]: Eileen Barry
[Actor]: Judy Dickinson
[Actor]: Colin Skipp
[Actor]: Ted Moult

: Forming Metals: 5: Hot Forming

A series of five programmes designed for the Production Engineer.
Introduced by Professor Stephen Tobias, Birmingham University
with H.A.J. Dennison of P.E.R.A. and M. Rich of Fielding and Platt.

Contributors

Presenter: Professor Stephen Tobias
Presenter: H.A.J. Dennison
Presenter: M. Rich
Director: Bryn Brooks
Producer: Michael Bunce

: Personnel Management: 5: Clash of Opinion

Five programmes for managers on their personnel job.

Is there conflict in the role of the Personnel manager in dealing with industrial relations? Managers, trade unionists, and personnel managers meet in an attempt to define the best use for his services.
Presented by Christopher Chataway.
(Repeated next Saturday at 10.30 a.m.)
(to 13.00)

Contributors

Presenter: Christopher Chataway
Director: Margaret Smith
Producer: Gregory Clegg

: Farming

Introduced by David Richardson.
A round-up of news and views both practical and political.
From the Midlands

Followed by the Weather Situation for farmers and growers

Contributors

Presenter: David Richardson
Producer: John Kenyon

: Speed Trial

Le Capitole
Europe's fastest passenger train in regular service today attempts to reduce the running time between Paris and Toulouse in a speed test exceeding 120 m.p.h.
Over a stretch of track leading to Orleans, outside broadcast cameras on the train, in a helicopter, and on the ground cover the test as it happens.
Commentator in France, Norris McWhirter
Presented by the French Television Service

1.45-2.10 Farming: Farm Organisation
(Peterborough, Manningtree, Cambridge)

Contributors

Commentator: Norris McWhirter

: Film Matinee: The More the Merrier

Starring Jean Arthur, Joel McCrea, Charles Coburn

A hilarious account of the hazards of the crowded housing conditions in wartime Washington.

Contributors

Produced and directed by: George Stevens
Screenplay: Robert Russell
Screenplay: Frank Ross
Screenplay: Richard Flournoy
Screenplay: Lewis R. Foster
Connie Milligan: Jean Arthur
Joe Carter: Joel McCrea
Benjamin Dingle: Charles Coburn
Charles J. Prendergast: Richard Gaines
Evans: Bruce Bennett
Pike: Frank Sully

: Cluff: The Professional

by Gil North.
Starring Leslie Sands
with Michael Bates, John Rolfe, John McKelvey, Olive Milbourne, Pauline Williams
Guest star, Donald Morley

Contributors

Writer: Gil North
Designer: Mary Rea
Producer: Terence Dudley
Director: Philip Dudley
Inspector Mole: Michael Bates
Det.-Con. Barker: John Rolfe
Sergeant Cluff: Leslie Sands
Willie Gann: Geoffrey Hinsliff
Pell: Donald Morley
Sally Gann: Elizabeth Bell
P.C. Barnoldswick: Joby Blanshard
Annie Croft: Olive Milbourne
Mrs. Mole: Pauline Williams
P.C. Bullock: John McKelvey
Det.-Supt. Patterson: Alan Foss

: The Lucy Show: Lucy Meets Sheldon Leonard

A comedy film series with never a dull moment.
Starring Lucille Ball as Lucy Carmichael, Gale Gordon as Mr. Mooney

Lucy Meets Sheldon Leonard ...in a game of cops and robbers!

Contributors

Lucy Carmichael: Lucille Ball
Mr. Mooney: Gale Gordon
Himself: Sheldon Leonard

: St. Ives: 4: The Two Viscounts

by Robert Louis Stevenson.
Dramatised in six parts by Rex Tucker.

The Viscount Alain is disinherited and plans revenge.

Contributors

Author: Robert Louis Stevenson
Dramatised by: Rex Tucker
Designer: Susan Spence
Producer: Campbell Logan
Director: Christopher Barry
St. Ives: David Sumner
Romaine: Hamilton Dyce
Rowley: Kenneth Nash
Alain: Mark Eden
Girl: Jenny Robbins
Powl: Walter Horsbrugh
The Count: Henry Oscar
Priest: Rex Rashley
Waiter: Gerald Taylor
Bow Street Runners: Christopher Wray
Bow Street Runners: Jim Tyson
Coach passenger: Robin Dawson
Guard: Stuart Campbell
Mrs. McRankine: Edna Petrie
Major Chevenix: Colin Jeavons
Corporal: John Owens
Flora: Gay Hamilton
Clausel: Talfryn Thomas

: Tich and Quackers: 4: The Head Boy

Tich and Quackers settle down to a country life with Ray Alan.
From the North

Contributors

Ventriloquist/Script: Ray Alan
Additional material: Tony Hart
Designer: Stuart Furber
Producer: Stan Parkinson

: Meeting Point: The James Bond Case

A modern St. George - or a symbol of sex, snobbery, and sadism: James Bond has stirred up more controversy than any other character in popular fiction. What is there in him - or in us - that accounts for such an impact?

(Repeated tonight at 11.12)

Contributors

Producer: Peter Ferres

: Grief and Glory: Man and his Fellows

A modern folk song competition.
The fourth in a series of six programmes containing songs selected by the judges from nearly 3,000 entries.
Subject of today's group: Man and his Fellows
Introduced by Roy Guest and sung by Nadia Cattouse, Robin Hall and Jimmie Macgregor
From the BBC's television studios in Manchester
(Viewers are invited to select the song they enjoy most and judge to be the most true comment on life as we live it today. The name of the song chosen should be sent on a postcard to "Songs of Grief and Glory," BBC, [address removed], to arrive by Wednesday, May 3.)

Contributors

Presenter: Roy Guest
Singer: Nadia Cattouse
Singer: Robin Hall
Singer/Guitarist: Jimmie Macgregor
Designer: Paul Montague
Director: Tony Palmer
Producer: Raymond Short

: Songs of Praise

From Bishop Vesey's Grammar School, Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire.
In connection with the Annual Youth Festival
Introduced by Tom Coyne.

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty (Lobe den Herren)
Dear Lord and Father of mankind (Repton)
Guide me, O thou great Redeemer (Cwm Rhondda)
All in the April evening (trad.)
The King of love my Shepherd is (Dominus regit me)
At the name of Jesus (Camberwell)
Rejoice in the Lord alway (arr. to John Redford)
Jerusalem (Parry)
Now thank we all our God (Graclas)

Contributors

Presenter: Tom Coyne
Organist: Adrian Carpenter
Conductor: Ronald Terry
Presented for television by: Barrie Edgar

: Panic in the Streets

The film this Sunday stars Richard Widmark, Paul Douglas
with Jack Palance, Barbara Bel Geddes, Zero Mostel

City police and health departments clash when a post-mortem reveals bubonic plague in the body of a murdered man.

Contributors

Screenplay: Richard Murphy
Based on the story by: Eona Anhalt
Based on the story by: Edward Anhalt
Director: Elia Kazan
Producer: Sol C. Siegel
Clinton Reed: Richard Widmark
Captain Warren: Paul Douglas
Blackie: Jack Palance
Nancy Reed: Barbara Bel Geddes
Fitch: Zero Mostel
Poldi: Guy Thomajan

: Dr. Finlay's Casebook: Advertising Matter

by Noel Robinson.
Created by A.J. Cronin.
Starring Andrew Cruickshank, Barbara Mullen, Bill Simpson
Guest star, Rosamund Greenwood
(Andrew Cruickshank is appearing in "Alibi for a Judge" at the Alexandra Theatre,
Birmingham)

Contributors

Writer: Noel Robinson
Created by: A.J. Cronin
The series produced by arrangement with: Graham Stewart
Designer: Gillian Howard
Producer: Douglas Allen
Director: Joan Craft
Mrs. Muir: Rosamund Greenwood
Mrs. Connochie: Peggyann Clifford
Miss Grierson: Edna Petrie
Mrs. Pinkerton: Gabrielle Blunt
Janet: Barbara Mullen
Dr. Finlay: Bill Simpson
Dr. Cameron: Andrew Cruickshank
Rab Williams: Alex Allan
Mrs. Williams: Jean Bruce
Dougie: Douglas Storm
Cardill: Peter Stephens
Mistress Niven: Effie Morrison
Dr. Snoddie: Eric Woodburn
Dr. Donal: Michael Beint
Sir Giles Harrington: Cameron Miller
Secretary: Gavin Breck

: Contours of Genius: 1: Michelangelo, The Divine

Film biographies of Michelangelo, Rembrandt, and Van Gogh.

Michelangelo, The Divine - the name given to him by his contemporaries.
Does anyone live only on his own death, on pain and on suffering as I dot
To break the marble spell
Is all the hand that serves the brain can do

Tonight's film about Michelangelo (1475-1564), painter, sculptor, architect, and poet was first shown last year on BBC-2.

"One of the most impressive television films I've seen about art" (William Trevor)

The commentary is largely made up of his own words spoken by Patrick Wymark and the opinions of his contemporaries, spoken by Raymond Huntley, Cyril Luckham, Kenneth Farrington, Prunella Scales.

Written and adapted by Christopher Burstall.

See page 11

Contributors

Voice of Michelangelo: Patrick Wymark
Voices: Raymond Huntley
Voices: Cyril Luckham
Voices: Kenneth Farrington
Voices: Prunella Scales
Adapted from N.B.C. films made by: Tom Priestley
Adapted from N.B.C. films made by: Lou Hazam
Executive Producer: Stephen Hearst
Writer/Adapted by: Christopher Burstall

: The Look of the Week

Robert Robinson with an eye on the Arts.

Contributors

Presenter: Robert Robinson
Director: Leslie Megahey
Producer: Lorna Pegram

: The Weather Man

: Meeting Point

(Shown at 6.15)

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