A magazine for viewers from Pakistan and India including discussions, review of recent news, music, and stories from the communities
Introduced by Mahendra Kaul
Produced by SALEEM SHAHED
THE CATHEDRAL OF
ST. ASAPH, DENBIGHSHIRE
Conducted by the Dean,
The Very Rev. H. J. Charles
Organist and Choirmaster, DR. J. R. MIDDLETON
Very Rev. H. J.
Dr. J. R.
To be a Farmer's Boy?
Last year there was high unemployment yet more men than ever before left the land. Farm workers and their wives talk about wages, housing, and the future.
Produced by JOHN KENYON from the Midlands followed by the Weather Situation for farmers and growers
with Fanny Cradock
7: Cakes and Puddings (i) including:
Henry VIII shoe buckles
French fruit flan and Italian trifle
I Producer, VICTOR POOLE
A History of Disillusion 1918-1933
One perplexity after another
Written by CORRELLI BARNETT
Narrated by SIR MICHAEL REDGRAVE with the voices of Peter Bridgmont , Felix Felton
John Fortune , Cyril Luckham
Alec Mango , Paul Martin
Sebastian Shaw , Norman Wynne and eye-witness accounts of events between
November 1920 and November 1922
Series produced by TONY ESSEX In collaboration with the Australian Broadcasting Commission Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
First shown on BBC-2
A series of romantic feature films
JOHN MILLS in The End of the Affair with Peter Cushing
Screenplay by LENORE COFFEE
From the novel by GRAHAM GREENE. Produced by David Lewis
Directed by Edward Dmytryk
Based on Graham Greene 's story of a wartime affair in London between a young American novelist and the beautiful but repressed wife of an English Civil Servant
Viewers are invited to join in and sing all the popular carols with the choir and audience at the Afan Lido, Aberafan with Helen Watts
Tabernacle Choir, Morriston Chorus-Master , ALUN JOHN
The Alun Mold Madrigal Choir Chorus-Master, BRIAN HUGHES
BBC Welsh Orchestra
Leader, JOHN BACON
Conducted by Wyn Morris
Introduced by Alun Williams
Arranged by J. Alwyn Jones
Directed by HYWEL WILLIAMS
Customers and connoisseurs explore the world of ANTIQUES with Max Robertson
Resident connoisseur, Arthur Negus
Director, JOHN KING from the South and West
by ROBERT Louis STEVENSON
Dramatised in nine parts by DAVID TURNER
7: The Attack
The pirates have captured the Hispaniola and the ship now flies the 'Jolly Roger.' Squire Trelawney and his party, imprisoned in a log cabin on the island, have been offered their lives in return for the map.
Script editor, Michael Voysey Designer, Peter Kindred
Producer, CAMPBELL LoGAN
Directed by PETER HAMMOND
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.
The Lonesome Mouse - finds there's no fun without a foe!
Why did our forebears become Christians in the first place?
Gary Watson visits the North-East in the steps of some of the first missionaries to the English and puts this question to
Rosemary Cramp and The Very Rev. J. H. S. Wild
Geoffrey Bayldon speaks the words of the Venerable Bede
Produced by R. T. BROOKS
Repeated tonight at 11.42
J. H. S.
The fourth of the series
Young people look at love.
Introduced by Joan Bakewell
Directed by DESMOND SISSONS
Produced by RAYMOND SHORT
from the North
Among the items in today's programme are two songs by Nick Parry Jones who accompanies himself on the guitar, and a love poem 'Stronger than sense' is read by its thirteen-year-old author.
from Matheson Parish Church Innellan, Argyll with choirs from the Cowal Coast Area and Dunoon Grammar School
Prayer and Blessing by The Rev. R. F. R. Logan
Ye gates lift up your heads on high (St. George's Edinburgh)
The Lord's my Shepherd (Orlington)
Make me a captive, Lord (Leominster)
Father, divine, I come to thee (St. Anselm)
With a voice of singing (Martin Shaw)
Behold, the mountain of the Lord (Glasgow)
At even, when the sun was set (Angelus)
0 Love that wilt not let me go (St Margaret)
With Lady Churchill, Sir Robert Menzies and Sir Geoffrey de Freitas appeals on behalf of THE ATTLEE MEMORIAL FOUNDATION
When Lord Attlee died last year, the Lord Mayor of London launched a national appeal to create this Foundation in his memory. It is entirely non-political. Its aim is to carry out practical experiments for dealing with urgent social problems, especially those of young people. More than Â£300,000 has already been subscribed towards the target of half a million and 'Attlee Projects' concerned with the prevention of delinquency, immigrants, drug addiction, and youth counselling have now begun.
Donations, preferably by crossed postal order or cheque, to: David Frost [address removed]
by John Galsworthy.
Dramatised by Vincent Tilsley.
Starring Kenneth More, Eric Porter, Nyree Dawn Porter, Susan Hampshire
Jo has been informed that he has a weak heart. Fleur has learned the cause of the family feud but has not told Jon.
(Eric Porter is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company)
(First shown on BBC-2)
Opening and closing music:
The Great Stars of yesterday and today in a season of their most memorable films
This week: Tyrone Power in The Razor's Edge
with Gene Tierney, Anne Baxter, Clifton Webb, Herbert Marshall
Screenplay by LAMAR TROTTI
Based on the novel by W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM
Produced by Darryl F. Zanuck
Directed by Edmund Goulding
First World War veteran Larry Darrell sacrifices prosperity to seek peace at the feet of an Indian Holy Man.
In this film Somerset Maugham himself is one of the characters. He is played by Herbert Marshall and serves to link the phases of Larry Darrell's life. Tyrone Power, in a role not typical of his usual characterisations, plays Larry, the man with a conscience, who believes that the greatest force in the world is goodness. Gene Tierney is excellent as the rich girl who cannot give up all for love. Even though the Indian Holy Man and his temple are far removed from the Maharishi, the ideas expressed in the film are interesting in the light of recent events.
Based on the novel by:
Mrs Louisa Bradley:
with Robert Langley followed by THE WEATHER
WHAT THE DICKENS?
Philip Collins 's one-man show has been seen in America, Scotland, and in Leicester, where he is a member of the University's English Department.
Tonight he performs extracts from Charles Dickens 's novels, letters, and short stories, linking the extracts with anecdotes and insights into the character of Dickens, writer and man.
Produced by DARROL BLAKS
Why did our forebears become Christians in the first place?
Shown at 6.15 p.m.