Make Yourself at Home
For viewers from Pakistan and India
Look, Listen, and Speak: Revision Course: Lesson 24
From the Midlands
'Look, Listen, and Speak', Book 2 (blue cover), 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, please, not stamps).
(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):
from St. Barnabas' Church Hattersley, Cheshire, a unique new Church shared by Anglicans and Methodists.
The Service is conducted jointly by The Vicar, The Rev. Noel Pyatt and The Minister, The Rev. Derek Bedford, who administer the Communion simultaneously but separately to their own members.
Service conducted by:
The Rev. Noel
Service conducted by:
The Rev. Derek
The teacher's job is to create a classroom in which the children are free to think for themselves. There is no one way of doing this - there are no rules. Teaching is a mixture of methods and in this programme some of them - assignment cards, free activities, even class lessons - can be seen in action.
Presented by Harold Fletcher.
Many of the problems involved in introducing practical activity into the classroom are eased if teachers can gain experience of working in this way for themselves. Teachers' Centres have been set up to make this possible. The value of one Teachers' Centre both in this capacity and in fulfilling other educational needs is examined in this programme.
Introduced by Denis Tuohy.
An enquiry into its value for the English teacher.
John Hodgson, Principal Drama Lecturer at Bretton Hall College of Education continues an unrehearsed drama lesson with a class of third-year secondary school children.
Tom Stabler introduces film of a primary school version of the story of Elijah.
Introduced by Joe Reid.
Introduced by John Cherrington.
Chile: Three thousand miles from north to south, the geography varies from arid desert almost to Antarctica.
A report on the present farming pattern, and the potential of the temperate zone.
From the Midlands
followed by the Weather Situation for farmers and growers
Starring Bob Hope, Signe Hasso, William Bendix
with George Coulouris
When the King of Barovia is shot, his heir - a New York disc jockey - becomes the centre of a hilarious assassination plot.
General Trina Grimovitch:
King Hubertus II:
This year is the 27th anniversary of the Battle of Britain and once again one of the Royal Air Force stations open to the public was Biggin Hill, perhaps the most famous of wartime airfields.
BBC outside broadcast cameras were there to record the highlights of the spectacular flying programme.
by John Cairney and Jack Gerson.
Starring John Cairney
and Ellen McIntosh, Leonard Maguire
(First shown on BBC-2)
Iain Macdonald, a boy from an island in the Outer Hebrides, finds the life of Strathaird and the mainland bewildering and troubling.
by Jane Austen.
Dramatised in six parts by Nemone Lethbridge.
"To walk three miles, or four miles, or five miles, or whatever it is, above her ankles in dirt, and alone, quite alone! what could she mean by it?"
(Michael Gough is in "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie" at Wyndhams Theatre, London)
featuring Sooty and Sweep assisted by Harry Corbett.
From the North
This documentary film investigates the work of the Y.M.C.A. West Cumberland Project - designed to help bridge the gap between school and work youth and adult-hood.
Charles Nunn, full-time Y.M.C.A. worker, is involved, through the co-operation of local industry and the Cumberland Education Authority, in an enterprising range of work with young school leavers and industrial apprentices. The Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme figures largely in his work and in the film.
Directed and produced by:
Written by Alec Martin.
Told by Isobel Barnett, M.B.
from Queen's Hall Methodist Mission, Derby.
Introduced by Eric Blennerhassett.
"Earth, rejoice, our Lord is King!" (Ephraim)
"Spirit divine, attend our prayers" (St. Agnes)
"All my hope on God is founded" (Meine Hoffnung)
"How sweet the name of Jesus sounds" (St. Peter)
"Thine be the glory, risen, conquering Son" (Maccabaeus)
"Come let us sing of a wonderful love" (Wonderful Love)
"Soldiers of Christ arise" (From Strength to Strength)
"Angel voices, ever singing" (Angel Voices)
"Tell me the stories of Jesus" (Stories of Jesus)
"What shall we offer our good Lord" (Duke Street)
"Sun of my soul, thou Saviour dear" (Abends)
An appeal by Dr. Neil Duncan, Founder of the Flying Doctor Service of Africa.
Please send donations, preferably by crossed postal order or cheque, to: Dr. Neil Duncan [address removed]
In Northern Nigeria the Flying Doctor Service links doctors, agricultural and other experts with village dispensary attendants, farmers, and teachers scattered over vast areas, so helping them to help themselves to reduce suffering and raise the level of existence.
by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.
Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert and Harry H. Corbett as Harold
This week: Full House
featuring Dudley Foster, Anthony Sagar and Jack Rodney
by John Tyler.
Starring Edward Chapman, Nicole Maurey, Maurice Kaufmann, Virginia Stride, James Kerry
Edward meets a girl from his past - and is forced to come to terms with an old dream.
Based on the novel by William Woods.
The film this Sunday stars Trevor Howard, Elsa Martinelli, Pedro Armendariz, Donald Pleasence.
Captain Prothero falls in love with Manuela, a half-caste girl smuggled aboard by Chief Engineer Costanza, and he has to choose between marriage and continuing his career at sea.
The Rt. Hon. Harold Macmillan in conversation with Ian Trethowan.
"You had to hold on, or he didn't think you were any good."
"He also had this curious idea, which many statesmen are apt to think, that other statesmen will yield to their charm."
"I don't think he was what is called by this awful word a very 'clever' man, if by that you mean great agility for taking every small point and worrying about it. But he had vision, he had decision."
General De Gaulle
"De Gaulle was already seized not so much with the military problems, in which he could only play a small part, but with defending the integrity, the strength, the pride of France."
"I think he's the best General that we've had since Marlborough."
Harold Macmillan, Prime Minister, 1957-1963 talks about the Second World War and his encounters with Churchill, Roosevelt, Eisenhower, De Gaulle, and Alexander -
in London, North Africa, Italy, and Greece.
See page 13
The Rt. Hon. Harold
(Shown at 6.15 p.m.)