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: Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye: Make Yourself at Home

for viewers from Pakistan and India.
Including Look, Listen, and Speak: Lesson 39

(From the Midlands)
(to 9.25)

Contributors

Teacher (Look, Listen, and Speak): Robert Chapman
Assisted by (Look, Listen, and Speak): Sheila Dillon-Guy

: Sung Eucharist

from St. Peter's Collegiate Church, Wolverhampton.

(to 11.30)

Contributors

Celebrant: The Rev. R. M. Vaughan
Preacher: The Rev. Canon F. W. Cocks
Organist and choirmaster: David J. Jones
Assisted by: David A. E. Rendell
Presented for television by: Barrie Edgar

: Farming: Foot and Mouth Report and Pigs on a Grass Break

Introduced by David Richardson.

John Cherrington looks at a 500-strong sow breeding unit kept on grass on the outlying parts of a Wiltshire down farm. Seven thousand pigs a year pass through the fattening unit, and it is divided into two different systems which give useful comparisons.
From the Midlands
followed by the Weather Situation for farmers and growers
(to 14.15)

Contributors

Presenter: David Richardson
Reporter: John Cherrington
Director: Michael Marshall
Producer: John Kenyon

: Personal Choice

Well-known interviewers choose the people they wish to interview.
'I have known Henry Williamson since boyhood-first as fan, later as friend. Yet in the television studio I was able to ask for the first time questions which may explain some of the paradoxes and puzzles of this great writer...'
...is why Kenneth Allsop talks to Henry Williamson.

1.50-2.15 Farming: a demonstration of modern farming methods.
(Rowridge, Brighton)

1.50-2.15 Farming Club: a Press Conference
(Peterborough, Manningtree, Cambridge)

Contributors

Interviewee: Henry Williamson
Interviewer: Kenneth Allsop
Design: Colin Green
Producer: Michael Hill

: Film Matinee: The Heiress

[Starring] Olivia de Havilland, Montgomery Clift, Ralph Richardson
with Miriam Hopkins, Mona Freeman, Vanessa Brown

In this film, based on the novel "Washington Square" by Henry James, Olivia de Havilland won an Academy Award for her performance as an unattractive but wealthy girl who is pursued by a fortune hunter.

Contributors

Producer/Director: William Wyler
Screenplay: Ruth Goetz
Screenplay: Augustus Goetz
Music: Aaron Copland
Based on the novel "Washington Square" by: Henry James
Catherine Sloper: Olivia de Havilland
Morris Townsend: Montgomery Clift
Dr. Austin Sloper: Ralph Richardson
Lavinia Penninan: Miriam Hopkins
Maria: Vanessa Brown
Marion: Mona Freeman
Elizabeth Almond: Selena Boyle
Jefferson Almond: Ray Collins

: Cinderella on Ice

Scenes from Tom Arnold's skating spectacular based on the ever-popular fairy tale.
With a cast of seventy-five international skaters, including:
Marei Langenbein as Cinderella, Reg Park as the Prince, George Miller as Buttons and Iris Villiers as the voice of Cinderella
Specialities by Charlie Cairoli and Company, Ted Deeley, Hillis and Tia
An outside broadcast from the Empire Pool, Wembley

Contributors

Stage production: Tom Arnold
Directed and produced by: Gerald Palmer
Choreography: Reg Park
Original music and orchestration: Arthur Wilkinson
Decor and costumes: Anthony Holland
Dialogue direction: Raymond James
Orchestra under the direction of: Leslie Kerrigan
Commentator: Alan Weeks
Presented for television by: John Vernon
Cinderella: Marei Langenbein
The Prince: Reg Park
Buttons: George Miller
Voice of Cinderella: Iris Villiers
Comedians: Charlie Cairoli and Company
Skater: Ted Deeley
Performers: Hillis and Tia

: The News and The Weather Man

Bert Foord

Contributors

Weatherman: Bert Foord

: Meeting Point: Anything Goes

"If God is dead, everything is allowed." (Dostoevski)
A discussion on our permissive society.
Introduced by Desmond Wilcox,
with Dr. Edmund Leach, The 1967 Reith Lecturer; Caroline Coon; Lord Soper; Baroness Wootton

(See facing page)

Contributors

Presenter: Desmond Wilcox
Panellist: Dr. Edmund Leach
Panellist: Caroline Coon
Panellist: Lord Soper
Panellist: Baroness Wootton
Film Director: Martin Smith
Producer: Oliver Hunkin

: Sunday Story: The Other Wise Man: 2: The Sapphire and the Ruby

by Henry van Dyke

told by Gwen Watford

: Songs of Praise

from St. George's Hall, Bradford
Led by the Jewish and Christian choirs of the district.
Introduced by Michael Meech and Rabbi Dr. P. Selvin Goldberg.

The Lord's my Shepherd (Crimond)
Leca Dodi
As with gladness, men of old (Dix)
Ma'oz Tsur
Thou whom shepherds worshipped (Quem Pastores)
Uv'nocho
Yomar Hills of the north, rejoice (Little Cornard)
Slur Ha-maalot
Ye servants of God (Paderborn)
Eliyahu Ha-navi
O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness (Was Lebet)
The God of Abraham praise (Leoni)

Contributors

Presenter: Michael Meech
Presenter/Blessing: Rabbi Dr. P. Selvin Goldberg
Conductor: Keith Rhodes
Conductor: Raphael Genley
Organist: Brian Tetley
Organist: Harry Rosi
Blessing: The Provost of Bradford [Alan Cooper]
Television Presentation: Raymond Short

: The Smothers Brothers

A new variety series featuring each week Tom Smothers and Dick Smothers with their own particular brand of comedy and song.
Tonight their star guests are: Jack Benny and George Burns
A programme recorded in the U.S.A.

Contributors

Presenter/entertainer: Tom Smothers
Presenter/entertainer: Dick Smothers
Guest: Jack Benny
Guest: George Burns

: Dr. Finlay's Casebook: A Moral Problem


by Harry Green.
Created by A. J. Cronin.
Starring Andrew Cruickshank, Barbara Mullen, Bill Simpson

with Sheila Keith, Mary Miller

Contributors

Writer: Harry Green
Created by: A. J. Cronin
The series produced by arrangement with: Graham Stewart
Designer: Gwen Evans
Producer: Douglas Allen
Director: Joan Craft
Dr. Snoddie: Eric Woodburn
Matron: Molly Urquhart
The Rev. John Taylor: Ronald Leigh-Hunt
Miss Talbot: Sheila Keith
Dr. Cameron: Andrew Cruickshank
Sister Brown: Mary Miller
Dr. Finlay: Bill Simpson
Janet: Barbara Mullen
Maid: Valerie Newbold
Mr. Rutherford: John Harvey
Nurse: Elisabeth Digby-Smith

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: Doctors and Nurses 18 October 2015

: The News

with Michael Aspel

followed by The Weather

Contributors

Newsreader: Michael Aspel

: The Loudest Whisper

The film this Sunday stars Audrey Hepburn, Shirley Maclaine, James Garner
with Miriam Hopkins
Screenplay by John Michael Hayes
Adapted by Lillian Hellman from her play "The Children's Hour"

Malicious words destroy a resistant love but strengthen a true affection.

Contributors

Screenplay: John Michael Hayes
Author/Adapted by: Lillian Hellman
Producer/Director: William Wyler
Karen Wright: Audrey Hepburn
Martha Dobie: Shirley Maclaine
Dr. Joe Cardin: James Garner
Mrs. Lily Mortar: Miriam Hopkins
Mrs. Amelia Tilford: Fay Bainter
Mary Titford: Karen Balkin

: Talkback

Television's own correspondence column with David Coleman.
A chance for those who watch television to put their views to those responsible-about the programmes, the questions raised, and issues at large, before a statistically selected audience.

Contributors

Presenter: David Coleman
Editor: Richard Francis

: The Weather Man

: Meeting Point

Shown at 6.15 p.m.

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