A magazine for viewers from Pakistan and India
Introduced by Mahendra Kaul
Produced by SALEEM SHAHED
An insight into the Modern Primary School with reference to the Plowden and Gittins reports
4: Children's Concepts
Some experiments illustrating Jean Piaget 's discoveries about child development.
Presented by David Lucas
Directed by GEORGE INGER
Produced by EILEEN MOLONT from the South and West
Twenty-six programmes for beginners in Italian
17: Preferisce il mare o la montagna? with Bianca Maria Corbella
Yole Marinelli, Luigi Basagaluppl Alberto Colzi
Directed by INDIRA CHITNIS
Produced by MADDALENA FAGANDINI
Repeated next Saturday at 10.0 a.m. For booklet and records see page 23
' Our Father ..."
A dialogue on the Lord's Prayer compiled by MARGOT TYRIE with Polly Murch
Thomas Heathcote , Gary Watson and Dave and Toni Arthur
Photographic exhibition prepared by JOSEPHINA DE VASCONCELLOS
From St. Peter's Church, Ealing Producer, R. T. BROOKS
4: The Way of the World: Act 4 (Congreve)
Hugh Morrison works with a group of amateur actors and suggests ways of improving their performances.
Directed by JEREMY JOHNSTON
Producer, VICTOR POOLE
Next Sunday: An Italian Straw Hat
A series of personal readings in literature old and new
4: Ted Hughes Reads
An outside broadcast from the University of Manchester.
Ted Hughes has been described as 'the most powerful and original poet now writing in this country ' (The Observer) and the best English poet of his generation ' (The Guardian).
Produced by ROGER OWEN
A series of Management Problems for you to solve
4: What do you do when supply exceeds demand and exports cannot be met?
Introduced by Robert Robinson with Michael Carroll , Parry Rogers
Sir Peter Runge , Michael Morris
Directed by WILLIAM WOOLLARD
Produced by PAUL ELLIS See panel on page 16
Introduced by David Richardson
Foot and Mouth Disease
Can preventive measures be improved and what should be done to deal more effectively with any future outbreak?
Henry Fell reports on the recommendations of the Committee of Inquiry.
Produced by JOHN KENYON from the Midlands and Weather Situation for farmers and growers
Ten programmes for home dressmakers
Fashion comments, Joanne Brogden
Demonstration, Ann Ladbury Fitting, Beryl Rouse
Programme arranged by Iris Furlong
Director, JEREMY JOHNSTON
The Home International Championship
David Coleman introduces highlights of the opening two matches of the 1969 Championship.
NORTHERN IRELAND v. ENGLAND
Analysis and comment by Don Revie , Bill Shankly , and the Grandstand team of experts.
Interviews with the personalities who made news on the first day of the 1969 Home International
Outside broadcasts presented by Alec Weeks and John McGonagle
Producer, BRIAN VENNER
Editor, AI.AN HART
See feature on pages 33-36
MacDONALD CAREV with Fred Clark , Stanley Clements
Frank Faylen , Maxie Rosenbloom
Screenplay by ARTHUR SHEEKMAN and Roy CHANSLOR
Produced by Mel Epstein
Directed by George Marshall
When a girl has gambling fever she may find her whole life staked on the turn of a card ...
J D Storm:
Customers and connoisseurs explore the world of ANTIQUES with Max Robertson
Resident connoisseur, Arthur Negus
Director, JOHN KING from the South and West
' Going for a Song: English Furniture * (published on April 24). in which Arthur Negus talks to Max Robertson. Is available from bookseilers, price 30s., or by post (33s.) from BBC Publications. London WIA 1AR
based on The Elusive Pimpernel and Eldorado by THE BARONESS ORCZY
Dramatised in ten parts by JOHN HAWKESWORTH
Desiree has been an unwilling accomplice in a plot to trap Sir Percy Blakeney. He has been challenged by Chauvelin to a duet in France.
3: The Hostage
Scnpt editor, Alistair Bell
Designer, Richard Hunt
Producer. CAMPBELL LOGAN
Directed by GERALD BLAKE
Sir Percy Blakeney:
Prince of Wales:
Sir Andrew Ffoulkes:
Lord Tony Dewhurst:
Juliette de Marny:
Customs House official:
with Hush Puppy
Presented by Johnny Downes
Cliff Michelmore reports from the G.P.O. Tower, London on the progress of the DAILY MAIL
TRANSATLANTIC AIR RACE which began today
See colour feature on page 31
Is scientific archaeology destroying the legend of King Arthur and his knights? Are popular entertainment and commercial exploitation concealing its Christian significance?
Brian Morris visits Cornwall, Somerset, and Wales to see what is happening.
Among others he questions: C.A. Ralegh Radford, Geoffrey Ashe and Tom Mor
Reader, Richard Bebb
(Repeated tonight at 11.42)
ST. PETER'S, TIVERTON, DEVON
Conductor, Vernon Curtis
Organist, Eric Suddrick
Introduced by Dudley Savage
Blessing by the Rector, The Rev. C. S. Nye
Television presentation by John Dobson from the South and West
Good Christian men rejoice, and sing!
(Gelobt sei Goto
Here, 0 my Lord, I see thee face to face
I will sing the wondrous story (HyfrydoD
Glad that I live am I (Water End)
He who would valiant be (Monk's Gate)
0 thou who earnest from above (Hereford)
Lift up your voice, ye Christian folk
Ye holy ant-els bright (Darwall's 148th)
0 worship the Lord (Was Lebett)
All creatures of our God and King (Lasst uns Erfreuen)
One of the interesting features of St. Peter's Church is the organ. During Oliver Cromwell 's Commonwealth the pipes of the original instrument were sold for £ 5 apiece, and the case for 15s. Following the Restoration St. Peter's was the first church in the diocese of Exeter to replace its organ, and Christian Schmidt , one of a family of famous German organ builders, was commissioned to build another. The magnificent case was embellished by Grinling Gibbons , the outstanding artist in wood carving.
Created by A. J. CRONIN starring
BILL SIMPSON in The Barrier by PAT DUNLOP
Cast in order of appearance:
The series produced by arrangement with Graham Stewart
Script editor, John Mayr. ard Designer, Walter Miller
Producer, ROYSTON MORLEY
Directed by JULIA SMITH
Janet is behaving a little out of character in that, while she is normally easy-going and capable of holding her peace, she is now showing her irritation over even the slightest triviality. Unfortunately Cameron is too preoccupied with a patient to notice and when Finlay eventually points out that something may be wrong physically, it is almost too late for him to do anything.
of yesterday and today
JAMES STEWART in The Spirit of St. Louis
Screenplay by BILLY WILDER and WENDELL MAYES
Adapted by CHARLES LEDERER from the book by CHARLES A. LINDBERGH Directed by Billy Wilder
Produced by Leland Hayward
The story of Charles Lindbergh and his historic crossing of the Atlantic in 1927 in a single-engined plane.
Charles A Lindbergh:
B F Mahoney:
0 W Schultz:
with Robert Dougall and THE WEATHER
Cliff Michelmore reports on the first day of the DAILY MAIL
TRANSATLANTIC AIR RACE
By airliner, jet fighter, and private plane, competitors left London and New York this morning in a bid to win £ 60,000 for the fastest and most enterprising flights between the top of the G.P.O. Tower and the eighty-sixth floor of the Empire State Building.
BBC outside broadcast and film teams in London and New York cover today's action in the air and on both sides of the Atlantic from take-off to touchdown.
Brian Johnson , John Mills
Dennis Monger , Chris Rainbow
Executive producer, BRIAN Robins See colour feature on page 31
THE MORE WE ARE TOGETHER
This film looks at suburban houses, the kind that many of us live in. It presents a portrait of the man who designs them-in this case, Eric Lyons. It examines the benefits and dangers of the close-knit communities he constructs.
Ian Nairn gives his personal comments
Narrator, Robert Cushman
Script, LEO WOODING
Director, BARRIE GAVIN
Shown at 6.25 p.m.