A magazine for viewers from Pakistan and India, including discussions, review of recent news, music and stories from the communities.
Presented and produced by Saleem Shahed
(from BBC Midlands)
Progress interpreted by THE REV JOHN MILLER with JAMES GROUT
JOHN FRANKLYN ROBBINS and THE SOUTHWARK SINGERS Conductor DENIS COLEMAN Organist ANTHONY BOOKER Producer R. T. BROOKS
From the Church of All Hallows. London Wall
Introduced by John Cherrington
An alternative to the Fair Deal approach.
Clifford Selly asks whether farmers can improve their position by working towards separate control for their products so that they can operate with greater confidence in a managed market.
The Nursery School
Why has the need for nursery schools become so pressing? What do they do for children?
ELMA MCDOUGALL , Staff Inspector of Nursery and Infant Education at the Department of Education and Science, introduces film from The Limes Nursery School in Bristol.
Chairman DAVID LUCAS
Director ROBIN STEWART Producer EILEEN MOLONY (from Bristol)
Conversation - personalities - ideas - controversies - questions with Robin Day talking this afternoon to Lord Gardiner, the Lord Chancellor, on the thorny subject of 'law reform.'
starring Shirley Temple, Victor McLaglen
A little girl staying with her grandfather in India unintentionally helps the local natives to release their chieftain.
Screenplay by ERNEST PASCAL and JULIEN JOSEPHSON , based on the story Wee Willie Winkie by RUDYARD KIPLING Directed by JOHN FORD
Produced by DARRYL F. ZANUCK
Coppy (Lieut Brandes):
Customers and connoisseurs explore the world of antiques with MAX ROBERTSON
Guest connoisseur IAN HARRIS
DANA GILLESPIE , MIKE RAVEN
Director PAUL SMITH
Producer JOHN KING
(from BBC South and West)
with Cliff Michelmore
Mexico has been called the most interesting holiday destination of the 70s. And now, with the World Cup, it could also be the most exciting.
All-inclusive holidays, both to see the football and Mexico, are being offered by several companies at attractive prices. Thousands of British fans will be taking what, for many, will be the journey of a lifetime. Holiday 70 reports on what they can expect to find-to see - and to do.
A new wildlife film series
The Private Life of the Large White Butterfly
Filmed in incredible close-up by a new method developed at Oxford, the life-cycle of the insect is revealed in graphic detail, some sequences magnify events over 200 times.
From the tiny egg the emerging caterpillar gets through four new suits before pupating into a chrysalis for the winter. In spring the miracle of metamorphosis produces the fluttering butterfly of sunlight and flowers.
Narrated by MICHAEL ASPEL
Filmed by GERALD THOMPSON and eric SKINNER
Produced by JEFFERY BOSWALL (from Bristol)
and The Diddymen
Puppet animation ROGER STEVENSON Script by BOB BLOCK
Directed by KEN WRENCH
Produced by STAN PARKINSON (from BBC North)
in the Church of St Mary-le-Bow (The Church of Bow Bells). Cheapside, London
A recording of their Lunch-Time Dialogue on The Christian in Politics Chairman THE RECTOR, The Rev Joseph McCulloch
from St Paul 's Church, Weston-super-Mare
Introduced by GEOFFREY WHEELER with combined local choirs and the SALVATION ARMY BAND
Alleluia! sing to Jesus (Hyfrydol) Hills of the North (Little Cornard)
Ye choirs of new Jerusalem (St Fulbert) Blessed city (Westminster Abbey) Judge eternal (Richard Graves )
Deck thyself, my soul (Schmucke dich) The spacious firmament (Addison's) Forth in thy name (Angel's Song)
Glory to thee. my God (Tallis's Canon)
Conductor RICHARD GRAVES Organist MICHAEL BURTON Producer JOHN DOBSON
Series producer PHILIP s. GILBERT
by Derrick Sherwin
Created by Francis Durbridge
starring Francis Matthews as Paul with Ros Drinkwater as Steve, June Ellis as Kate, George Sewell as Sammy Carson
Paul is literally 'taken for a ride' when he contemplates buying a new car. Sammy Carson, ex-villain and part-owner of the garage involved, offers Paul the car in exchange for his help - which he badly needs!
Woman Police Constable:
Starring Gregory Peck, Susan Hayward, Ava Gardner
The first in this new season of outstanding feature films is adapted from the famous novel by Ernest Hemingway. Writer Harry Street (Gregory Peck) lies injured and dangerously ill in an African hunting camp. Attended by his wife (Susan Hayward), he begins to review his life-the search for love and adventure that have brought him to the hot plains beneath the mountain of Kilimanjaro.
Like many of his stories, Kilimanjaro suggests parallels with Hemingway's own life, moving as it does from sophisticated Thirties Paris to the brutality of the Spanish Civil War and the wide open spaces of Central Africa.
Hemingway's action-man stories with their personal blend of the beefcake and brains were naturals for Hollywood in the last two or three decades. A Farewell to Arms, To Have and Have Not, The Macomber Affair, For Whom the Bell Tolls, The Killers all bore the stamp of Hemingway.
Based on the novel by:
With Richard Baker and Weather
featuring The Choir of Wandsworth School conducted by Russell Burgess
A few years ago school music often meant hymn-singing at Assembly. Today the situation has so altered that many school music groups are making recordings and giving public performances. At Wandsworth Comprehensive School the Choir, under Russell Burgess, is so much in demand that music would seem to occupy the entire curriculum. In fact it is still an 'out of school' activity.
The Choir of Wandsworth
starring Spike Milligan
and featuring JULIAN ORCHARD, FRANK THORNTON, ANN LANCASTER, LEON THAU, PAUL MCDOWELL, JOSEPHINE GORDON, THELMA TAYLOR, BERNARD JAMIESON
Also appearing this week: FANNY CARBY, BILL PERTWEE, CHARLIE ATOM, CHRISTOPHER REYNOLDS, BERT SIMMS
Adapted by BARRY TOOK from the Beachcomber column of the Daily Express
Additional material by SPIKE MILLIGAN
Ballet devised by JOSEPHINE GORDON
Music by DENNIS WILSON
Design by ROGER LIMINTON
Produced by DUNCAN WOOD