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: Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye

Make Yourself at Home
For viewers from Pakistan and India.
Including:
Look, Listen, and Speak: Revision course: Lesson 31
From the Midlands
(Repeated on Wednesday at 12.25 p.m.)

'Look, Listen, and Speak', Book 3 (yellow cover), printed in Hindi, Urdu, Bengali. Punjabi, Gujarati. 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)
(to 9.25)

Contributors

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

: Teaching Nuffield Chemistry: 1: New Scheme, New Problems

Introduced by Edgar Jenkins
with Professor H.F. Halliwell, D.A. Stephens.

Contributors

Presenter: Edgar Jenkins
Speaker: Professor H.F. Halliwell
Speaker: D.A. Stephens
Producer: Nat Taylor

: Komm Mit!: 16: Am Zoll

For beginners in German.
With Heidi Treutler, Dieter Geissler.
Introduced by Sabine Michael, Paul Hansard.

(Repeated next Saturday at 10.0 a.m.)
(to 10.25)

Contributors

Presenter: Sabine Michael
Presenter: Paul Hansard
Producer: Colin Nears
Heidi: Heidi Treutler
Dieter: Dieter Geissler

: Morning Service

from Harpenden Methodist Church.
Preacher, The Minister, The Rev. Herbert W. Harris

Contributors

Preacher: The Rev. Herbert W. Harris
Organist and choirmaster: Bertram O. Byard
Television Presentation: Barrie Edgar

: Know-How: The Hot Engine

Introduced by Tom Coyne.

How do you cool the Concorde engine, the hottest engine in any commercial aircraft?

Contributors

Presenter: Tom Coyne
Producer: Michael Garrod

: Expecting a Baby: 6: A Caesarean Birth

What this involves for surgeon, mother, and baby.
Introduced by Joan Bakewell.

Repeated on Monday at 7.0 (BBC-2)

Contributors

Presenter: Joan Bakewell
Producer: Eurfron Gwynne Jones

: Skills for Managers: 6: Delegation

Delegation - not abdication.
Presented by Diana Ward.
(Repeated on Thursday evening)
(to 13.00)

Contributors

Presenter: Diana Ward
Producer: Gregory Clegg

: Farming: Continuous Cereals

Introduced by John Cherrington.

A report by the Farmers' Weekly film unit on the results to date of some of the experimental work.
From the Midlands
followed by the Weather Situation for farmers and growers
(to 14.15)

Contributors

Presenter: John Cherrington
Producer: John Kenyon

: News Headlines; followed by Personal Choice

Well-known interviewers choose the people they wish to interview.
"Quentin Crewe is a newspaper columnist, author, and traveller (most recently he set off across Arabia's Empty Quarter). In the twelve years we have known each other I have watched, with increasing admiration, him following this active career in defiance of a worsening disability that most people would regard as totally incapacitating..."
...is why Kenneth Allsop talks to Quentin Crewe.

See page 11

Contributors

Interviewer (Personal Choice): Kenneth Allsop
Interviewee (Personal Choice): Quentin Crewe
Director (Personal Choice): Keith Clement
Producer (Personal Choice): Michael Hill

: Carlo Maria Giulini: 1: Cherubini's Requiem Mass in C minor

The great Italian conductor in a series of three choral concerts.
With the New Philharmonia Chorus (Chorus-Master,Wilhelm Pitz) and the New Philharmonia Orchestra (Leader, Carlos Villa)
Part of a public concert recorded at the Royal Festival Hall, London, in January.

"It is hard to find words to evoke the elevated yet sometimes tender grandeur of the piece." (Financial Times)
"A performance of great conviction, quite apart from being technically flawless." (The Guardian)
"Giulini brought all possible vitality to the music. The New Philharmonia Chorus sang with full tone and sure ensemble and the orchestral playing was irreproachable." (The Times)
Introduced by Richard Baker.
(Next Sunday: Rossini's Stabat Mater)
See page 13

Contributors

Presenter: Richard Baker
Conductor: Carlo Maria Giulini
Singers: The New Philharmonia Chorus
Chorus-Master: Wilhelm Pitz
Musicians: The New Philharmonia Orchestra
Orchestra leader: Carlos Villa
Director: Antony Craxton

: The Winter Olympic Games: Special Ski Jumping: The 90-m. championship

from Grenoble.

A breathtaking climax to the Winter Olympic events as the world's best ski jumpers compete for the last Gold Medal of the Games.
Introduced by Frank Bough.
Presented in co-operation with the French Television Service

Contributors

Commentator: Alan Weeks
Presenter: Frank Bough
Director: Alan Mouncer
Editor: A. P. Wilkinson

: Nicholas Nickleby: 2: Dotheboys Hall

by Charles Dickens.
Dramatised in thirteen parts by Hugh Leonard.
Nicholas Nickleby, left penniless at the death of his father, has been found employment by his Uncle Ralph at Dotheboys Hall, an academy for boys owned by the cruel Mr. Squeers.

Contributors

Author: Charles Dickens
Scriptwriter: Hugh Leonard
Designer: Stephen Bundy
Producer: Campbell Logan
Director: Joan Craft
Smike: Hugh Walters
Wackford Squeers: Ronald Radd
Nicholas Nickleby: Martin Jarvis
Mrs. Squeers: Sheila Keith
Wackford Junior: Malcolm Epstein
Belling: Freddie Foote
Cobbey: Alan Wade
Mobbs: Paul Bartlett
Graymarsh: Brent Oldfield
Bolder: John Gogulka
Ralph Nickleby: Derek Francis
Mrs. Nickleby: Thea Holme
Kate Nickleby: Susan Brodrick
Mr. Mantalini: Maxwell Shaw
Mme. Mantalini: Thelma Ruby
Fanny Squeers: Karin MacCarthy
Miss La Creevy: Hazel Coppen
Newman Noggs: Gordon Gostelow

: Pinky and Perky Times: 6: Taking Notes

with Fred Emney.

(from the North)

Contributors

Presenter: Fred Emney
Presented by: Jan Dalibor
Presented by: Vlasta Dalibor
Scriptwriter: Don Nicholl
Designer: Stuart Furber
Producer: Stan Parkinson

: The News and The Weather Man

Peter Walker

Contributors

Weatherman: Peter Walker

: Meeting Point: 'You'd better think quick'

The second of two programmes about race relations in Britain, and the role of the Church in fighting discrimination.
Are we heading for race violence? How serious is the situation? What are the Churches doing in this field?
Introduced by Michael Barratt.

Repeated tonight at 11.2

Contributors

Presenter: Michael Barratt
Producer: Mischa Scorer

: Museum

with Magnus Magnusson.
Can you name it? Can you date it? What's it for?
Robert Stevenson, Keeper of the National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland challenges two visiting experts to identify some of its treasures.

(See page 11)

Contributors

Presenter: Magnus Magnusson
Panellist: Robert Stevenson
Panellist: Professor Gordon Donaldson
Panellist: Professor Charles Thomas
Director: Philip S. Gilbert
Producer: John Elphinstone-Fyffe

: Songs of Praise

from St. Mary's Church, Portsea, Hampshire.
Singing led by combined Church choirs of the district
The Joy-Belles
Music director, Stanley Thomas
Hymns introduced by Dudley Savage.

Hymns: (from A. and M. Rev.)
Praise to the Holiest (Gerontius)
Jesus shall reign where'er the sun (Truro)
Alleluia, hearts to heaven and voices raise (Everton)
Gracious Spirit, holy Ghost (Charity)
Fierce raged the tempest (St. Aelred)
The church's one foundation (Aurelia)

Contributors

Presenter: Dudley Savage
Conductor: Frederick Coley
Organist: Reginald Wassell
Singers: The Joy-Belles
Music Director: Stanley Thomas
Television Presentation: Kenneth Savidge

: Val Doonican

appeals for the work of the Royal National Institute for the Deaf.
Please send donations, preferably by crossed postal order or cheque, to: Val Doonican, R.N.I.D., [address removed]

R.N.I.D. cares for deaf people of all ages, in all walks of life-for a silent world can be a lonely and frustrating world.

Contributors

Presenter: Val Doonican

: 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: Nancy Wilson and George Segal
A programme recorded in the U.S.A.

Contributors

Presenter: Tom Smothers
Presenter: Dick Smothers
Guest: Nancy Wilson
Guest: George Segal

: Dr. Finlay's Casebook: The Equilibrium


by Donald Bull.
Created by A. J. Cronin.
The series produced by arrangement with: Graham Stewart
Starring Andrew Cruickshank, Barbara Mullen, Bill Simpson

Contributors

Writer: Donald Bull
Created by: A. J. Cronin
Designer: Daphne Shortman
Producer: Royston Morley
Director: Philip Dale
Janet: Barbara Mullen
Dr. Finlay: Bill Simpson
Dr. Cameron: Andrew Cruickshank
Mr. McQueen: Charles Sinclair
Mr. Gibson: Robert James
Maggie Cleary: Katharine Page
Mrs. McKay: Zulema Dene
Mrs. Niven: Effie Morrison
Mrs. Rae: Marigold Sharman
Mr. Stover: John Boxer
Mr. Dougal: Martin Boddey
Mrs. Gordon: Elizabeth Bradley
Rose Slade: Edna Landor

: The News

with Richard Baker
followed by The Weather

Contributors

Newsreader: Richard Baker

: Visit to a Small Planet

The film this Sunday stars Jerry Lewis
with Joan Blackman, Earl Holliman

A spaceman soon discovers that life on earth is nothing like he expected.

(See page 11)

Contributors

Screenplay: Edmund Beloin
Screenplay: Henry Garson
Playwright: Gore Vidal
Director: Norman Taurog
Producer: Hal B. Wallis
Kreton: Jerry Lewis
Ellen Spelding: Joan Blackman
Conrad: Earl Holliman
Roger Putnam Spelding: Fred Clark
Delton: John Williams
Bob Mayberry: Gale Gordon
Desdemona: Barbara Lawson
Rheba: Lee Patrick

: Olympic Grandstand

Introduced by David Coleman direct from Grenoble.
On the final night of the Winter Olympic Games, the Grandstand team recalls the great moments and personalities of the past two weeks including a report on today's final event, the special 90 m. ski-jump.

Contributors

Presenter/commentary team: David Coleman
Commentary team: Max Robertson
Commentary team: Alan Weeks
Director: Richard Tilling
Editor: Alan Hart
Executive producer: Bryan Cowgill

: The Weather Man

: Meeting Point: 'You'd better think quick'

(Shown at 6.15 p.m.)

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