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: Nai Zindagi-Naya Jeevan

A magazine for viewers from Pakistan and India
Presented and produced by SALEEM SHAHED
Directed by mahenhra kahl

Contributors

Produced By: Saleem Shahed
Directed By: Mahenhra Kahl

: Repondez S'il Vous Plait

An invitation to speak French With MAX BELLANCOURT
JACQUES FABER , JACQUELINE HOLTZ JAN ROSOL , MARCELLA ST AMANT and PAMELA STIRLING
15: Tout ce qui brille n'est pas or Dialogues and language consultant MAX BELLANCOURT
Teaching course JOSEPH CREMONA Directed by JOHN TWITCHIN Produced by SHEILA INNES

Contributors

Unknown: Max Bellancourt
Unknown: Jacques Faber
Unknown: Jacqueline Holtz
Unknown: Jan Rosol
Unknown: Marcella St Amant
Unknown: Max Bellancourt
Directed By: John Twitchin
Produced By: Sheila Innes

: Wie bitte?

A beginners' course in German: 15 Introduced by I.ESLIE HANKS With DOROTHEA NEUKIRCHEN
WERNER UMBERG
FERDY MAYNE, FREDERICK SCHRECKER GORDON STERNE , MARIANNE WALLA
Language teaching adviser ANTONY PECK Drama script by MILO SPERBER Producer DAVID HARGREAVES

Contributors

Introduced By: I.Eslie Hanks
Unknown: Dorothea Neukirchen
Unknown: Werner Umberg
Unknown: Frederick Schrecker
Unknown: Gordon Sterne
Script By: Milo Sperber
Producer: David Hargreaves

: Parish Communion

from St Paul 's
Weston-super-Mare, Somerset Celebrant, The Vicar
THE REV L. VIVIAN PAYNE
Service sung to Merbecke Organist FRANCIS C. humble Presented by JOHN DOBSON

Contributors

Unknown: St Paul
Unknown: L. Vivian Payne
Organist: Francis C. Humble
Presented By: John Dobson

: The Parkers at Saltram

1769-1789
Everyday life in a Great House 5: The Library
For 20 years John Parker divided his time between town and country. At Saltram, when Parliament was not in session Mr Parker found his leisure interrupted by the affairs of public life.
Script RONALD FLETCHER Direction RAY COLLEY
Production VICTOR POOLE

Contributors

Unknown: John Parker
Unknown: Mr Parker
Script: Ronald Fletcher
Script: Direction Ray Colley
Unknown: Victor Poole

: Know How

The engineering programme
Introduced by ARTHUR GARRATT Controlling Batch Production
ICL (Belfast) believe that they have found an effective division of labour between management and the computer. What can be learnt from their experiences?
Director DAVID NELSON
Producer PETER RIDING

Contributors

Introduced By: Arthur Garratt
Director: David Nelson
Producer: Peter Riding

: Management in the 70s

5: Financial Management
Are the existing methods for raising long and short-term capital adequate for the 70s? Should relations between the Stock Exchange and industrial borrowers be changed?
PROFESSOR GORDON WILLS talks with ARTHUR KNIGHT , Finance Director of Courtaulds Ltd clive DE PAULA, a Management Consultant, and JOHN NASH , Executive Director, Samuel Montagu and Co Ltd
Produced by PAUL ELLIS

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Knight
Unknown: John Nash
Director: Samuel Montagu
Produced By: Paul Ellis

: Closedown

: Farming

Cattle Ranching
Introduced by HENRY FELL
Grass improvement is the key to increased stocking on 10,000 acres of poor land.
JOHN CHERRINGTON visits the Great Glen Cattle Ranch, in Inverness-shire, one of the largest beef-breeding units in Britain.
Produced by PHILIP HICKS (from BBC Midlands)
Weather for farmers (Colour)
1.50 Interval

Contributors

Introduced By: Henry Fell
Unknown: John Cherrington
Produced By: Philip Hicks

: The Education Programme

Learning to read
A big step in a child's life comes when he learns that words can ' stand for' things. The next big step is to learn that marks on a paper ' stand for ' words. How does he learn to read fluently and with understanding? Can parents help him or is that a job for experts?
Director ROBIN STEWART Producer EILEEN MOLONY
(from BBC South and West)

Contributors

Director: Robin Stewart
Producer: Eileen Molony

: News Headlines

: Young Scientists of the Year

Quiet stream to raging torrent. How to stop girls smoking. and A new look at fingerprints.
What are tomorrow's scientists up to today?
A chance to find out as teams of schoolchildren from all over the country compete in the last of four heats for the Sunday Times ' Science Fair ' trophy. The winners of next week's final will represent Great Britain at an international Science Fair in Holland.
Finding out the answers, pupils from
SEXEY'S GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BRUTON, SOMERSET
OAK PARK SECONDARY GIRLS SCHOOL, HAVANT,HANTS
GATEWAY SCHOOL, LEICESTER The Judges:
DR JOHN LENIHAN
PROFESSOR GEORGE PORTER
PROFESSOR ERIC LAITHWAITE Presented by PADDY FEENY
Director robin BooTLE
Producer ALAN GRIMLEY

Contributors

Unknown: Dr John Lenihan
Unknown: Professor George Porter
Presented By: Paddy Feeny
Director: Robin Bootle
Producer: Alan Grimley

: A Film for the Family Escapade in Japan

Feature films selected for the occasion - at home with the family - this week starring
Teresa Wright , Cameron Mitchell with Jon Provost , Roger Nakagawa
The adventures of two small boys, one Japanese and one American, who set off alone on an eventful journey across Japan-believing that the police will punish them for absconding.
Photographed entirely in Japan, this film provides an absorbing tour of a fascinating country.
Screenplay by WINSTON MILLER
Produced and directed by ARTHUR LUBIN

Contributors

Unknown: Teresa Wright
Unknown: Cameron Mitchell
Unknown: Jon Provost
Unknown: Roger Nakagawa
Unknown: Winston Miller
Directed By: Arthur Lubin
Mary Saunders: Teresa Wright
Dick Saunders: Cameron Mitchell
Tony Saunders: Jon Provost
Hiko: Roger Nakagawa
Michiko: Kuniko Miyake
Kei Tanaka: Susumu Fujita

: Cruft's Dog Show

8,397 dogs representing over 120 breeds, but only one Supreme Champion
This title has been won over the past three years by a Lakeland Terrier, a Dalmatian, and an Alsatian.
Which breed will it be in 1970? The Kennel Club
Obedience Championships
A topical look at top dogs With STANLEY DANGERFIELD this year's judge of the Best in Show
Cruft's is the world's greatest Dog Show. It is the Shop window for overseas buyers and breeders who last year bought nearly 15,000 dogs in this country.
Television production from Olympia, London, by MARY DAVID

Contributors

Unknown: Stanley Dangerfield
Unknown: Mary David

: Holiday 70

with Cliff Michelmore
Reporting the facts and figures of holidays at home and abroad, to help you choose your next holiday.
A motoring holiday in Scandinavia: with no fewer than five ferry journeys as part of the all-in holiday, you have to be as much a sailor as a motorist for this visit to Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
Do British hotels match up to their continental equivalents? Farringford House on the Isle of Wight, once the home of Lord Tennyson, is now a three-star hotel.
Produced by TOM SAVAGE

Contributors

Unknown: Cliff Michelmore
Produced By: Tom Savage

: Ivanhoe

by SIR WALTER SCOTT dramatised in 10 parts by ALEXANDER BARON
Cedric and his household have been taken to Torquilstone as prisoners of the Normans. Front de Boeuf has received an ultimatum from the outlaws demanding their release or the castle will be stormed.
6: Condemned
Script editor ALISTAIR BELL Designer DAVID SPODE
Producers CAMPBELL LOGAN and JOHN MCRAE
Directed by DAVID MALONEY

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Walter Scott
Unknown: Alexander Baron
Editor: Alistair Bell
Designer: David Spode
Producers: Campbell Logan
Producers: John McRae
Directed By: David Maloney
Sir Brian de Bois Guilbert: Anthony Bate
de Bracy: Roger Bizley
de Boeuf: Michael Brennan
Baldwin: Jonathan Bury
Ivanhoe: Eric Flynn
Norman soldier: John Livesey
Urfried: Anne Blake
Cedric ,: Peter Dyneley
Athelstane: Inigo Jackson
The Friar: Barry Linehan
Wamba: Hugh Walters
Gurth: Graham Weston
Locksley: Clive Graham
Black Knight: Bernard Horsfall
Rebecca: Vivian Brooks
Rowena: Clare Jenkins
Thomas: Michael Craze
Prior Aymer: Kevin Brennan

: Clangers: 11

by Oliver Postgate
The Clangers give their friend a beautiful voice but it does not make him popular with his own kind.
Film by Smallfilms

Contributors

Writer: Oliver Postgate
Puppets and settings: Peter Firmin
Music: Vernon Elliott

: The News

Weatherman GRAHAM PARKER

Contributors

Unknown: Graham Parker

: In the Beginning

Stories in the Bible told with pictures 4: Abraham
Storyteller RAY SMITH
Designer PAUL BIRKBECK Music RAYMOND PREMRU
Adapted for television and produced by MOLLY COX

Contributors

Designer: Paul Birkbeck
Music: Raymond Premru
Produced By: Molly Cox

: All Things Considered

Presented by Magnus Magnusson A weekly magazine programme to explore areas of human experience to which, as yet, there are no easy answers - the occult, intuitions, acts of faith-as well as the great and complex problems we all face from day to day.
Produced by PETER CHAFER Edited by Oliver HUNKIN

Contributors

Presented By: Magnus Magnusson
Produced By: Peter Chafer
Edited By: Oliver Hunkin

: Songs of Praise

from King's College, Taunton
Singing led by the School choir and the choir of St Audries School for Girls, West Quantoxhead
Introduced by JEREMY CARRAD
Conductors TIMOTHY HARRISON and BRENDA KNIGHT
Organist JOHN CLOUGH
TV presentation by JOHN DOBSON (From BBC South and West)
Hymns (English Hymnal):
We pray thee (Dies Dominica) Immortal love (Bishopthorpe)
Jesu. the very thought (St Botolph) How shall I sing (Gatcombe) All hail the power (Ladywell) The duteous day (Innsbruck)

Contributors

Introduced By: Jeremy Carrad
Conductors: Timothy Harrison
Organist: John Clough
Presentation By: John Dobson

: Paul Temple

created by FRANCIS DURBRIDGE Francis Matthews as Paul June Ellis as Kate Blake Butler as Eric
The Man from the Sea by CYRIL ABRAHAM
Kate is taking a holiday at the seaside. Walking along the beach, she discovers a body washed up by the tide. A lighthouse keeper tells her he has sent for the police. But later, Kate discovers the police have no knowledge of the body.
Script editor DARRY THOMAS Designer JOHN COOPER Producer ALAN BROMLY
Directed by PHILIP DUDLEY

Contributors

Unknown: Francis Durbridge
Unknown: Francis Matthews
Unknown: Paul June Ellis
Unknown: Kate Blake Butler
Unknown: Cyril Abraham
Editor: Darry Thomas
Designer: John Cooper
Producer: Alan Bromly
Directed By: Philip Dudley
Billy Pike: Reg Lye
Mr Bailey: Donald Morley
Leda Bailey: Sheila Fearn
Sgt Whitelaw: Arthur Pentelow
Jackson: Reginald Barratt
Ventnor: Eric McCaine
Captain Groter: Gertan Klauber
Morpeth: David Quilter
Mrs ROSS: Marcelle Samett
Jenny: Jill Allen
Hendrick: Pitt Wilkinson
Danny: Jack Le White

: The Sunday Musical On Moonlight Bay

starring
Doris Day , Gordon MacRae , with Leon Ames , Rosemary de Camp
An affectionate, nostalgic, and tuneful story of small-town life with the Winfield family in 1917, featuring such perennial numbers as 'Oh you beautiful doll,' 'Till we meet again,' ' Cuddle up a little closer,' and ' Tell me.'
Screenplay by JACK ROSE and MELVILLE SHAVELSON from the Penrod stories by BOOTH TARKINGTON
Produced by William JACOBS Directed by ROY DEL RUTH

Contributors

Unknown: Doris Day
Unknown: Gordon MacRae
Unknown: Leon Ames
Unknown: Jack Rose
Stories By: Booth Tarkington
Produced By: William Jacobs
Directed By: Roy Del Ruth
Marjorie Winfield: Doris Day
William Sherman: Gordon MacRae
Hubert Wakely: Jack Smith
Mr Winfield: Leon Ames
Mrs Winfield: Rosemary de Camp
Stella: Mary Wickes

: The News

With RICHARD BAKER and Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Baker

: Omnibus: John Clare

' I Am ... '
A film biography by DAVID JONES with Freddie Jones as John Clare
I am - yet what I am, none cares or knoivs (John Clare )
John Clare (1792-1864), farm labourer, had three obsessions: his youthful love for Mary Joyce , the countryside of his native Northamptonshire, and the need to celebrate both in his poetry.
Clare cracked under the increasing strain of poverty and neglect, and spent the last 23 years of his life in Northampton General Lunatic Asylum. He imagined himself to be Lord Byron, a bigamist, and a prize-fighter; but the poems of his madness are perhaps the most remarkable he ever wrote. Clare's asylum foretells our need for an asylum, his deprivation foretells our deprivation
(Geoffrey Grigson)
Commentary spoken by TONY CHURCH
Film cameraman MICHAEL WILLIAMS Film editor JOHN BLAND
Designer CHARLES CARROLL
Written and directed by DAVID JONES (from BBC Midlands)
(David Jones and Patrick Stewart are members of the Royal Shakespeare Company; Tony Church appears by permission of the Northcott Theatre, Exeter)

Contributors

Unknown: David Jones
Unknown: Freddie Jones
Unknown: John Clare
Unknown: John Clare
Unknown: John Clare
Unknown: Mary Joyce
Spoken By: Tony Church
Unknown: Michael Williams
Designer: Charles Carroll
Directed By: David Jones
Unknown: David Jones
Unknown: Patrick Stewart
Parker, Clare's father: Gerald Lawson
Ann, his mother: Elizabeth Croft
Young Clare: Martin Howells
Mary Joyce: Sharon Gurney
Patty Clare: Jenny Heslewood
Marquess of Exeter: Jonathan Dennis
Taylor, Clare's publisher: Brian Tully
Cyrus Redding: Patrick Stewart
W F Knight: Patrick Godfrey

: The World of Beachcomber

starring Spike Milligan and featuring
GEORGE BENSON , CLIVE DUNN
PATRICIA HAYES , JULIAN ORCHARD
SHEILA STEAFEL , FRANK THORNTON LEON THAU
The Anthology of Huntingdonshire Cabmen read by Michael Redgrave Also appearing this week:
CARDEW ROBINSON , NADJA REG IN RONNIE BRODY , LIONEL WHEELER
Adapted by BARRY TOOK from the Beachcomber column of the Daily Express Additional material by KEN HOARE Music by DENNIS WILSON
Design by MARTIN COLLINS Produced by DUNCAN WOOD

Contributors

Unknown: Spike Milligan
Unknown: George Benson
Unknown: Clive Dunn
Unknown: Patricia Hayes
Unknown: Julian Orchard
Unknown: Sheila Steafel
Unknown: Frank Thornton
Unknown: Leon Thau
Read By: Michael Redgrave
Unknown: Cardew Robinson
Unknown: Ronnie Brody
Unknown: Lionel Wheeler
Adapted By: Barry Took
Unknown: Ken Hoare
Music By: Dennis Wilson
Unknown: Martin Collins
Produced By: Duncan Wood

: Weatherman

Closedown








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