Make Yourself at Home
for viewers from Pakistan and India.
A special programme.
Introduced by Saleem Shahed.
Written and produced by Mahendra Kaul from the Midlands
Repeated on Wednesday at 12.25 p.m.
Ten programmes about principles and methods.
Who are the 'consumers' of voluntary Adult Education? How does a teacher cope with the diversity of educational background and experience which often exists?
(Repeated next Saturday at 10.30 a.m.)
For beginners in German.
with Heidi Treutler, Dieter Geissler
Introduced by Sabine Michael, Paul Hansard.
A meditation prompted by a school visit to Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex with The Rev. Dr. John Gregory, Peter Rowe and Boys of Bishop's Stortford College from the Church of All Hallows, London Wall at the time of an exhibition of sculpture by Professor E. M. Blensdorf and Frank Wren.
The Rev. Dr. John
Ten programmes about the relationship between international trade and finance and international power politics.
Even the United States can't run a balance of payments deficit indefinitely. Why not?
Introduced by Roger Opie.
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Five programmes on outside interests for women at home.
Introduced by John Stockbridge.
(Repeated on Monday, 7.0 p.m. BBC-2)
Free time: how to make it, and what to do with it. That's what these five programmes are about. Once marriage and maternity were all a woman seemed to want. But not today. Many feel hemmed in. The kitchen has become a prison, they say, and a baby bolts the doors.
How can they reconcile a life of their own with a job well done for children and husband? But these are not programmes about moaning malcontents: they concentrate on women who are tackling these problems - making new friends, finding fresh outlets, learning something new, and even embarking on part-time work.
- You make the decision
The start of a TV business game for businessmen and would-be businessmen.
Introduced by Denis Mitchell.
(Shown last Thursday)
See panel on page 2
James Thorburn visits the newly opened Meat Research Institute.
BBC film from the Midlands
followed by the Weather Situation for farmers and growers
Ten programmes on car maintenance and the overhaul of an engine with Barry Bucknell and Doug Mitchell.
from the South and West
Repeated Wednesday, 7.0 p.m. (BBC-2)
What with the Budget and the garage bills, every motorist tells himself sooner or later that he 'must do more jobs himself'.
But many drivers who know how their cars work lack the confidence to undertake maintenance and repair. This series fills the gap.
Barry Bucknell, garage owner with a Daimler apprenticeship behind him, takes individual topics-the brakes, distributor, dynamo, carburettor; and Doug Mitchell, editor of Popular Motoring, undertakes the complete stripping and re-building of a family car engine.
If you're a handyman, watch the programmes with your Car-Wise worksheets; if you're a beginner the series will help you to anticipate trouble and talk intelligently to your mechanic.
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by Charles Dickens.
Dramatised in thirteen parts by Hugh Leonard.
Nicholas has met and fallen in love with Madeline Bray, who has to work to support a spendthrift father. Ralph Nickleby is helping Arthur Gride, a sensual old man, in his plot to marry Madeline.
Sir Mulberry Hawk:
Lord Frederick Verisopht:
with Ray Alan, Ronald Harvi.
from the North
An enquiry into public life and personal conscience.
Can you trust a politician? Why does a man go into politics-to serve his country or his own ambition? Do we expect too much of those who govern us?
Introduced by Kenneth Harris.
The programme includes interviews with: Lord Beeching and The Rt. Hon. Frank Cousins.
(Repeated tonight at 11.32)
The Rt. Hon. Frank
by Vincent Ball.
Five stories of the pioneers of John Flynn's Flying Doctor Service of Australia.
from The Nave of Blackburn Cathedral.
Introduced by Michael Meech.
Let all the world in every corner sing (Luckington)
Jesus came to Bethlehem (Words by Philip Turner, Tune by John Bertalot)
Just as I am (Misericordia)
Lord of all hopefulness (Slane)
Faith of our fathers! (Faith of our fathers)
Jesus, where'er thy people meet (Wareham)
Psalm 22 (My Shepherd is the Lord: Gelineau)
I heard the voice of Jesus say (Kingsfold)
Glory to thee, my God, this night (Canon)
Songs of praise the angels sang (Northampton)
Conductor/Composer (Jesus came to Bethlehem):
appeal on behalf of the Queen's Institute of District Nursing.
District nurses are much loved figures in the community. The anxiety caused by serious illness is alleviated by their devoted, skilled nursing care. The Queen's Institute works to ensure, by further specialised education and research, that this care is of the highest standard.
Please send donations, preferably by crossed postal order or cheque, to: Elsie and Doris Waters [address removed]
A series featuring song, music, and comedy and the best from the world of entertainment.
Starring Andy Williams
and this week's guests: Pat Boone, Elke Sommer, Larry Storch, The Association
A programme recorded in the U.S.A.
(First shown on BBC-2)
by Alan Plater
starring Thora Hird, Robert Keegan, James Grout and Henry Knowles
A perfect case for Sarah Danby at 8.15
Furness, setting of The First Lady, is a mixture of older housing areas - cramped, badly built, but with a well-knit social coherence; and the new estates, Ministry-approved but often bleak and boring.
But it is for one of these new housing estates that Furness Council Architects' Department wins a prize for design. The department is particularly proud of this award, and all rejoice.
However a sour note is struck when the leader of the estate Tenants' Association comes to see Sarah Danby and tells her that it would be sheer hypocrisy for the Council to accept the award. He cites the isolation of the estate, lack of community facilities, bisection by a major road, and the misery of many of the residents. A perfect case for Councillor Sarah Danby to do some investigating of her own.
Writer/Series devised by/From an initial idea by:
From an initial idea by:
George Fraser M.P.:
with Michael Aspel
followed by The Weather
The film this Sunday stars Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward
with Jean Collins, Jack Carson, Tuesday Weld
Screenplay/Produced and directed by:
Based on the novel by:
with David Coleman.
Television's own correspondence column goes to Northern Ireland.
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 from Northern Ireland.
(Shown at 6.15 p.m.)