A magazine for viewers from India and Pakistan with a review of recent news, music, and stories from the communities
The programme also includes a discussion on the failure of the Race Relations Board's test case in Leeds and, arising from this, whether the Act should have more 'teeth'
Presented and produced by Mahendra Kaul
(from BBC Midlands)
The Annual Service of the United Voluntary Organisations from Elm Hall Drive Methodist Church, Liverpool, conducted by The Rev Rex Kissack, Chairman of the Liverpool Methodist District assisted by The Dean of Liverpool and the Roman Catholic Auxiliary Bishop of Liverpool
Service described by Stewart Cross
Service conducted by/Preacher:
The Rev Rex
The Dean of Liverpool [Edward
The Roman Catholic Auxiliary Bishop of Liverpool [Augustine
Presented for television by:
Introduced by John Cherrington
There is little doubt that the accreditation scheme is instrumental in spreading infection. Is S19 vaccine any good and will the country ever be rid of this very serious disease? David Richardson talks to vets and farmers and assesses the risk to human health
(from BBC Midlands)
followed by the Weather Situation for farmers and growers
Fanny Cradock makes them easy and provides a menu for each
Conversation - personalities - ideas - controversies - questions with Robin Day
A Sunday afternoon bonus for Robin Day fans. With a slightly broader choice than in his regular Panorama seat, it's a chance to see Robin Day in a slightly more personal and relaxed setting
starring Lew Ayres, Marilyn Maxwell
with Robert Hutton, Andy Devine
Outrages committed by the US Cavalry have provoked the bitter hatred of the Indians. One officer, sympathetic to the Indian cause, goes in search of their chief in the hope of a peaceful settlement. Lew Ayres, who plays the officer, became famous for his performance in All Quiet on the Western Front. The supporting cast includes another Hollywood old-timer - Andy Devine - and Raymond Burr of Perry Mason and Ironside fame
Erie Ashby lives in the New Forest, where he spends his time observing and photographing the wildlife
His films of badgers, foxes, hares, and deer are among the most intimate studies ever made of these wild animals. This programme is a compilation of the best and most popular of all his work
Commentary written and spoken by Hugh Falkus
(from BBC South and West: first shown on BBC2)
Customers and connoisseurs explore the world of antiques with Max Robertson
Customers Vanessa Forsyth, Lord Arran
(from BBC South and West)
by Charles Dickens
Dramatised in thirteen parts by Hugh Leonard
Solomon Gills has disappeared, leaving his last will and testament to the care of Captain Cuttle. Mr Dombey has proposed to Edith Granger, who has accepted him
The Hon Mrs Skewton:
The Game Chicken:
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.
Solid Serenade is real cat-erwauling!
A topical programme which questions some of the issues behind the news and some of the assumptions on which people base their lives.
(Repeated on Tuesday, 3.45)
from the Parish Church, Chipping Norton, Oxon.
Midway between Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon lies the beautiful Cotswold town of Chipping Norton. The church, which owes much to the support of the 16th - century wool merchants, stands in a little hollow below the town.
Hymns introduced by William Purcell include:
Angel-voices ever singing (Tune, Angel-voices); The Church's one foundation (Aurelia); Christ is our corner-stone (Harewood); For the beauty of the earth (Dix); God, whose city's sure foundation (Westminster Abbey); King of glory, King of peace (Harvey); Thou didst leave thy throne (Margaret); Glory to thee, my God, this night (Canon); O worship the King (Hanover); Crown him with many crowns (Diademata); O praise ye the Lord! (Laudate Dominum)
Prayer and Blessing by the Vicar, The Rev. T.A. Wharton
(from BBC Midlands)
Prayer and Blessing:
The Rev. T.A.
Presented for Television By:
by Ethel Lina White
Dramatised by John Gould
A crime series
This week: Angela Baddeley as Miss Pye investigates the case of "Put Out the Light"
Jamaica Court is the home of Anthea Vine, rich, autocratic and powerful. Her tyranny embraces not only her adopted family but also her servants and business rivals. The pleasure she derives from her power is mixed with fears that haunt her day and night. For she is aware that many hate her and many wish her dead. She tries to dismiss these fears as groundless - raised in her imagination by the emotional tensions ever present in the house.
Miss Pye sees the reality of the dangers that surround the victim and tries to warn her of them.
Dr Glyn Lawrence:
Tonight's film in a season of outstanding feature films of the last ten years stars
Dirk Bogarde, Olivia de Havilland
with Paul Massie, Robert Morley
An aristocrat suffering from loss of memory is faced with the problem of proving he is not an impostor.
The major courtroom scene is dominated by the rivalry between Robert Morley and Wilfrid Hyde White as opposing counsel, with Richard Wattis as the Judge.
Based on the play by:
Sir Mark Loddon:
Reader Robert Dougall
An impression of the many-sided life of the great music-hall artist, on the occasion of the centenary of his birth with Lady Robey and Arthur Askey, John Baxter, Ivor Brown, Sir Neville Cardus, Charlie Chester, Ken Dodd, Edward Glibbery, Hetty King, Evelyn Laye, Harry Loman, Yehudi Menuhin, Henry Oscar, Wee Georgie Wood
Gerard Kemp talks to Hetty King: page 12
Written by Spike Milligan and Neil Shand
[Starring] Spike Milligan with his guests
(first shown on BBC2)
reports on today's General Election in West Germany