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: Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye

Make Yourself at Home
For viewers from Pakistan and India
A special programme of music and entertainment featuring Zia Mohyeddin, Salman Peer, Lalita Ahmed, Shuaib and Saleema Hashmi, K.C. Gould, The Great Indian Bhangrra Group The Musafirs, S.D. Batish, Ustad Batangi.
Written, produced, and directed by Saleem Shahed.
From the Midlands
(to 9.25)

Contributors

Guest: Zia Mohyeddin
Guest: Salman Peer
Guest: Lalita Ahmed
Guest: Shuaib Hashmi
Guest: Saleema Hashmi
Guest: K.C. Gould
Singers: The Musafirs
Singer: S.D. Batish
Guest: Ustad Batangi
Designer: Miles Lang
Presenter: Mahendra Kaul
Writer/Producer/Director: Saleem Shahed

: Oedfa'r Bore

O'r Tabernacl.
Capel yr Annibynwyr, y Barri o dan arweiniad y gweinidog
Y Parch, Huw Griffiths
Pregethir gan
Y Parch. E. Gwyndaf Evans Archdderwydd Cymru
Organydd, ALCWYN EVANS
Corfeistr, ISLWYN WILLIAMS
(Welsh Morning Service from Tabernacle Congregational Church, Barry)
(Crystal Palace, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield, Wenvoe West and Welsh Transmitters)
(to 10.55)

Contributors

Unknown: Huw Griffiths
Unknown: Alcwyn Evans

: Seeing and Believing: Crowns of Thorns

With Roger Delgado, Michael Gough and Leonard Pearcey accompanied by Patrick Harvey.
From the Church of All Hallows, London Wall.
(to 11.30)

Contributors

Speaker: Roger Delgado
Speaker: Michael Gough
Singer: Leonard Pearcey
Accompanied by: Patrick Harvey
Producer: R.T. Brooks

: Farm Forum: The Long View

Andrew Biggar visits Clenries, an 8,000-acre hill farm in Upper Nithsdale where Billy Elliot is facing up to the long-term problems of hill farming.
BBC film from Scotland

Followed by the Weather Situation for farmers and growers

Contributors

Presenter: Andrew Biggar
Subject: Billy Elliot
Director: Fred Senior
Producer: Patrick Chalmers

: In Your Place: 6: A Through Room

Eleven programmes about design ideas, centred round a family, a problem, and a budget.
Introduced by Eric Thompson.
Outside broadcast from Vogue House directed by Mary Evans
[Repeat]

Contributors

Presente: Eric Thompson
Designer: Ben John
Designer: Olive Sullivan
Drawings: Don Kidman
Director: Mary Evans
Producer: Sheila Innes

: News Headlines

: The Love Affair: The Great Man's Lady

A new series of romantic feature films.
Starring Barbara Stanwyck, Joel McCrea
with Brian Donlevy

While Hannah Sempler, over one hundred years old, sits in her old-fashioned house in Hoyt City, a statue is being unveiled in a nearby square dedicated to Ethan Hoyt, the city's founder. After the unveiling ceremony, reporters hurry to Hannah's home, but she turns them all away with the exception of a young girl reporter who wants to write a biography. Hannah tells the whole story of her life, starting in 1848, when as a girl of sixteen she married Hoyt and ran away with him to the West...

Contributors

Produced and directed by: William A. Wellman
Hannah Sempler: Barbara Stanwyck
Ethan Hoyt: Joel McCrea
Steely Edwards: Brian Donlevy
Girl biographer: Katherine Stevens
Mr. Sempler: Thurston Hall
Mr. Cadwaller: Lloyd Corrigan
Delilah: Etta McDaniel
Frisbee: Frank M. Thomas

: Iron Horse: Five Days to Washtiba

Stories of a railroad moving west and the pioneers who build it.
A film series starring Dale Robertson as Ben Calhoun.

Ben meets trouble when the expiry of an option threatens the progress of the railroad - but there are others to whom the right of way is even more important.

Contributors

Ben Calhoun: Dale Robertson
Dave Tarrant: Gary Collins
Barnabas Rogers: Bob Random
The Countess: Louise Troy
Sven Olsen: John Anderson
Harley Shaker: Charles Maxwell
Jubal Gains: Lane Bradford
Chief Saul: Richard Hale
Long Arrow: Blaisdel Makee
Moondrift: Cynthia Hull

: The Man in the Iron Mask: 2: The King's Mistress

by Alexandre Dumas
Dramatised in nine parts by Anthony Steven

The Duchesse de Chevreuse has told Aramis that there exists in the Bastille a prisoner who is brother to the King and equal heir to the throne of France.

Contributors

Author: Alexandre Dumas
Dramatised by: Anthony Steven
Script Editor: Michael Voysey
Designer: Sally Hulke
Producer: Campbell Logan
Director: Hugh David
Vicomte de Bragelonne: Jonathan Newth
Athos: Jack Gwillim
D'Artagnan: Edwin Richfield
King Louis XIV: Nicolas Chagrin
Louise de la Valliere: Susan MacReady
Mile Montalais: Irene Hamilton
M. Fouquet: Roger Delgado
Aramis: Noel Willman
Porthos: Roger Livesey
Olivain: John Scott Martin
Saint Aignan: Peter MacAnn
Basque: Paul Thompson
M. Colbert: Richard Beale
Chamberlain: John Falconer

: Tom and Jerry: Smarty Cat

Tom and Jerry playing cat and mouse in a selection from the world-famous award-winning cartoon films starring Tom the Cat and a far-from-underdog mouse called Jerry.

Smarty Cat ...clever puss!

Contributors

Created by: William Hanna
Created by: Joe Barbera

: The News and The Weather Man

George Luce

Contributors

Weatherman: George Luce

: Malcolm Muggeridge asks The Question Why?

The fifth of a series of topical programmes which questions the real issues behind the news and some of the assumptions on which people base their lives.

Contributors

Presenter: Malcolm Muggeridge
Director: Keith Clement
Producer: Christopher Martin

: Songs of Praise

from St. Peter's Church, Aberdovey
with members of The Outward Bound School, Aberdovey, The Outward Bound School for Girls, Towyn.
Hymns introduced by David Parry-Jones.

Introit: God be in my head
He who would true valour see (Monksgate)
Father, hear the prayer we offer (Sussex)
Guide me, O thou great Jehovah (Cwm Rhondda)
The Lord's my shepherd, I'll not want (Crimond)
Eternal Father, strong to save (Melita)
O Jesus, I have promised (Thornbury)
Mine eyes have seen the glory (Battle song)
All hail the power (Miles Lane)

Contributors

Conductor: James Williams
Organist: Royston Havard
Presenter: David Parry-Jones
Blessing spoken by: The Rev. E.K. Francis
Television Presentation: Tregelles Williams

: Petula

Written by Alan Blye, Mason Williams, Gordon Farr, and Steven H. Stern.
A special programme recorded in America.
Starring Petula Clark
with Harry Belafonte

Contributors

Singer: Petula Clark
Singer/Dancer: Harry Belafonte
Writer: Alan Blye
Writer: Mason Williams
Writer: Gordon Farr
Writer: Steven H. Stern
Music arranged and conducted by: William Goldenberg
Vocal arrangements and special lyrics: Earl Brown
Choreographer: Claude Thompson
Costume Designer: Bill Belew
Art Director: Gene McAvoy
Director/Producer: Steve Binder
Producer: Yvonne Littlewood
Executive Producer: Claude Wolff

: Detective: The Golden Dart

A crime series.
This week: Penelope Horner as Selwyn Jepson's Eve Gill investigates the case of The Golden Dart
Also starring John Stride, John Laurie, Andrew Faulds
(John Stride is a National Theatre player)

The strange launch which sails into Commodore Gill's private creek brings to both him and his daughter a feeling of foreboding. Apparently unaware that they are observed, the visitors come and go.
Is this a part of the Commodore's smuggling activities which he wishes to conceal? Is it, perhaps, some legacy of his past life bringing with it threat and danger? Or is it something more sinister unconnected except by accident with the life of Marsh House?
Eve Gill decides to take practical steps and find out. In so doing she becomes involved in danger and tragedy.

Contributors

Writer: Selwyn Jepson
Script Editor: Anthea Browne-Wilkinson
Designer: Raymond London
Producer: Verity Lambert
Director: James Cellan Jones
Jones: Angus MacKay
Hooker: Michael Wynne
Eve Gill: Penelope Horner
Jonathan: Anthony Corlan
Commodore Gill: John Laurie
George Wick: Allan McClelland
Billy Bull: Frank Middlemass
Sophie: Veronica Hurst
James Belsin: John Stride
Boosie: Charles Hodgson
John: Maurice Quick
Phoebe: Iona MacRae
Jessie: Patricia Mason
Mrs. Garside: Kitty Attwood
Gonzalez: Andrew Faulds

: The News

with Robert Langley
followed by The Weather

Contributors

Newsreader: Robert Langley

: Play of the Month presenting: Hay Fever

by Noel Coward.
[Starring] Celia Johnson, Anna Massey, Richard Briers, Dennis Price, Charles Gray, Ian McKellen

Contributors

Author: Noel Coward
Designer: Richard Henry
Producer: Cedric Messina
Director: John Gorrie
Judith Bliss: Celia Johnson
Myra Arundel: Anna Massey
Sandy Tyrell: Richard Briers
David Bliss: Dennis Price
Richard Greatham: Charles Gray
Simon Bliss: Ian McKellen
Clara: Hazel Hughes
Jackie Coryton: Vickery Turner
Sorel Bliss: Lucy Fleming

: Students at Large: 3: Public Reaction

The last of three open debates in which students discuss in a free and uninhibited way the causes of their unrest.

This programme was recorded in Studio A at Bristol, when the students were confronted by members of the public who had written to the BBC, or telephoned, after seeing the earlier programmes. Many of them were critical of student activities, and asked for the right to reply to points made in the previous discussions.
Chairman, Paddy Feeny
From the South and West

Contributors

Chairman: Paddy Feeny
Presented by: John King

: The Weather Man

: Malcolm Muggeridge asks The Question Why?

(Shown at 6.15 p.m.)

Close Down

Contributors

Presenter: Malcolm Muggeridge








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