Make Yourself at Home
For viewers from Pakistan and India.
Look, Listen, and Speak: Revision course: Lesson 37
From the Midlands
(Repeated on Wednesday at 12.25 p.m.)
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Teacher (Look, Listen, and Speak):
Assisted by (Look, Listen, and Speak):
for Passion Sunday
From Lenzie Union Parish Church, Glasgow.
Conducted by the Minister, The Rev. David Orrock.
Service conducted by:
The Rev. David
Presented for television by:
Odours and pollution are an increasing problem. John Cherrington talks to some of those involved.
(From the Midlands)
Followed by the Weather Situation for farmers and growers
Well-known interviewers choose the people they wish to interview.
"As Chairman of the International Publishing Corporation, the world's largest press empire (including sixteen newspapers and over two hundred magazines), Mr. Cecil King is regarded as one of the most powerful men in Britain. But just how powerful is he? Is he after political power for himself? Why has he apparently lost faith in a Prime Minister whom he once championed? And precisely what kind of leadership does he seek for Britain?"
...is why Robin Day talks to Cecil King.
Filmed highlights of the vital match being played in Guyana which will decide the series.
Introduced by Peter West.
A Western film series.
A family of five youngsters face the challenge of the new frontiers in the raw and uncompromising Wyoming territory of the 1870s.
Jim is in grave danger when a cavalry sergeant seeks revenge for the murder of his son
Starring James McArthur as Hal
Is Hal Ditmar a juvenile delinquent or merely a maladjusted youth? When he slugs a cinema manager nearly everyone considers him the former.
Adapted from his television play "Deal a Blow" by:
by Charles Dickens
Dramatised in thirteen parts by Hugh Leonard
This new serial is just over halfway through and our hero Nicholas has suffered greatly at the hands of the cruel schoolmaster Mr. Squeers. But Nicholas is not free of Squeers yet: for in today's episode Squeers pays a visit to his uncle Ralph and together they plot to get even with Nicholas...
Meanwhile Nicholas and his simple friend Smike have left Vincent Crummles's company of strolling players and set out for London after receiving a note that Kate is in danger.
As Nicholas hurries back he overhears a conversation in a restaurant.
A stranger is talking about Kate in most familiar and uncomplimentary terms. Nicholas demands to know the man's name: but the stranger refuses. Nicholas follows him to his private cab, but is struck by a whip. The horse rears up, whinnying in terror, and gallops off. Seconds later the coach crashes and overturns.
For a moment Nicholas hesitates, then takes to his heels...
Miss La Creevy:
with Fred Emney.
(from the North)
What is education about today, and why is the Church involved in the training of teachers?
To investigate the answer, this documentary film looks at the life of The College, Ripon-a Church of England College for intending teachers.
The film features The Rev. Ronald Kent, Chaplain and lecturer at the College.
(Repeated tonight at 11.7)
The Rev. Ronald
with Magnus Magnusson
Can you name it? Can you date it? What's it for?
Dr. R. L. S. Bruce-Mitford, Keeper of British and Medieval, Antiquities in the British Museum challenges two visiting experts to identify some of its treasures Rosemary Cramp, Dr. Prys Morgan.
Dr. R. L. S.
from Tavistock Parish Church, Devon.
Introduced by Dudley Savage
Singing led by the Parish Church Choir with the choirs of Kelly College, Tavistock School and St. Rumon's Church School
Hymns: (A. and M. Standard)
Ye holy angels bright (Darwall's 148th)
We sing the praise of him who died (Bow Brickhill)
Let all mortal flesh (Picardy)
Lord of the Dance (Sydney Carter)
Through all the changing scenes of life (Wiltshire)
There is a green hill (Horsley)
All hail the power of Jesus' name (Ladywell)
When I survey the wondrous Cross (Rockingham)
The Parish Church
Through French eyes
On September 15, 1940, when the Battle of Britain was at its height, the Royal Air Force claimed its greatest victory and two days later Hitler postponed his plans for the invasion of England. This French programme, using film from both British and German sources, tells the story of one of the most decisive battles of the Second World War.
Introduced by Group Captain Peter Townsend, D.S.O., D.F.C.
Produced and written by Henri de Turenne and Jean-Louis Guillaud.
A Pathe-Cinema production
Group Captain Peter
Produced and written by:
Produced and written by:
Live from the stage of the Victoria Palace, London
attended by Marshal of the Royal Air Force H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh and Air Chief Commandant H.R.H. The Duchess of Gloucester
Introduced by Richard Burton, Hughie Green, Trevor Howard, Ben Lyon, Kenneth More, Anna Neagle, Ralph Reader, Richard Todd.
The cast includes: The Bachelors, Bolshoi Ballet Stars: Raissa Struchkova and Alexander Lapauri, Sam Costa, Jimmy Edwards, Audrey Graham, John Hanson and Company from "The Desert Song", Kenneth Horne, Roy Hudd, The Kaye Sisters, Terry Lightfoot's Jazz Band, Jimmy Logan, Vera Lynn, Richard Murdoch, Nadia Nerina, Rawicz and Landauer, The Tiller Girls, Arthur Worsley.
The Queen's Colour Squadron of the R.A.F.
The Central Band of the R.A.F. and Fanfare of Trumpets by permission of the Air Force Board of the Defence Council
Director of Music, Central Band Squadron-Leader R.E.C. Davies, L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M.
The R.A.F. Choir, Uxbridge, Stevenage Male Voice Choir, Duffryn School Choir, Wheatsheaf Girls' Choir
H.R.H. The Duke of
H.R.H. The Duchess of
Terry Lightfoot's Jazz
The Central Band of the R.A.F. and Fanfare of
Director of Music (Central Band of the R.A.F.):
The R.A.F. Choir,
Stevenage Male Voice
Television Outside Broadcast Director:
with Richard Baker
followed by The Weather
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.
A documentary film on the life of The College, Ripon.
(Shown at 6.15 p.m.)