A magazine for viewers from Pakistan and India
Presented and produced by Saleem Shahed
(from BBC Midlands)
An invitation to speak French
with Max Bellancourt, Jacques Faber, Jacqueline Holtz, Georges Lambert, Andre Maranne
Presenter/Dialogues and language adviser:
A beginners' course in German
Introduced by Leslie Banks
With Dorothea Neukirchen, Werner Umberg, Karen Glaser, David Hadda, Martin Lyder, Irene Prador, Milo Sperber
Language teaching adviser:
from Leicester Cathedral
Conducted by the Provost, The Very Rev John C. Hughes
Leicester Male Voice Choir
conducted by Philip Jenkins
Praise to the Lord (Praxis pietatis)
Alleluia! sing to Jesus (Hyfrydol)
Dear Lord and Father (Repton)
Fill thou my life (Richmond)
Service conducted by:
The Very Rev John C.
The Rev Raymond V.
Leicester Male Voice
Choir conducted by:
David Vine introduces 10 programmes for people who want to improve their swimming.
With Eddie Gorton of the ASA
From the Loughborough College of Education
Wilhelm II was one of the most intelligent men ever to become a king. Yet in 1918 he abdicated and Germany was ruined.
Introduced by John Tidmarsh
How should the retailer convert his machines and paperwork for decimals?
Introduced by Harold Webb
Introduced by David Richardson
The management of pigs and poultry has been intensified in order to meet the economic challenge of present-day agriculture. John Johnston reports from Co Antrim on the development of a blueprint for intensive lamb production from a flock of 250 ewes.
Weather for farmers
An investigation of the latest wave of student unrest in the universities.
S. J. Perelman, American humorist and writer talks to Tony Bilbow about his years in Hollywood, the Marx Brothers, Scott Fitzgerald, the English, and himself.
(A Line-Up interview first shown on BBC2)
Starring Van Heflin, Joanne Woodward with Raymond Burr, Allison Hayes
A Southerner who fought on the Union side in the Civil War meets hatred and hostility when he returns home. Joanne Woodward in her first starring role Plays the tomboy 'Lissy' who aids and abets Luke Fargo.
Customers and connoisseurs explore the world of antiques with Max Robertson
Customers Felicity Oliver, William Rushton
Cliff Morgan meets young people from all over Great Britain who have unusual and exciting ways of spending their leisure time.
Sue Dewar is 16. She comes from Nottingham and is a collector. Her museum contains hundreds of items going back hundreds of years and they come from all parts of the world. Buckinghamshire lace and home-made historic dolls are the hobbies of two sisters from Penn, Catherine and Judith Dendy, aged 12 and 15. Surrounded by so many girls, Cliff Morgan is glad to have the company of the champion Town Crier of Great Britain.
A new wildlife film series
The robin is Britain's most popular bird; it strikes up friendships with humans, and nests in the unlikeliest places. At Christmas, the redbreast on our greetings cards is a messenger of peace and goodwill. But in reality it can be a belligerent defender of its back-garden territory.
Devised and produced by:
with ventriloquist Shari Lewis and Lamb Chop, Charley Horse and Baby
(Bert Hayes is appearing at the Winter Gardens, Margate)
The Bert Hayes
In the fourth programme on the intuitive side of man's nature Clifford Hanley looks at the evidence for Survival and Reincarnation
with Rosalind Heywood of the Society for Psychical Research, Canon John Pearce-Higgins and Dr Ian Stevenson of the Dept of Psychiatry, University of Virginia
from the Parish Church of St Cuthbert's, Wells
Introduced by Geoffrey Wheeler
with the combined local church choirs
All people that on earth do dwell (Old Hundredth)
O God of Bethel (Stracathro)
Thou to whom the sick and dying (Gott des Himmels)
The Lord is my Shepherd (S. Wesley)
Lord, in thy name (Beulah)
Lead, kindly light (Alberta)
Trumpet of God (Rangoon)
All things bright (Royal Oak)
Glorious things of thee (Abbot's Leigh)
Round me falls the night (Thuringia)
Faithful shepherd (Pastor pastorum)
by Moris Farhi
Created by Francis Durbridge
Starring Francis Matthews as Paul
with Ros Drinkwater as Steve
How deeply within ourselves can we bury the effects of violence? Paul discovers methods by which unscrupulous men use a victim's past to force their way into a frightening future.
Dr Rob Dundass:
Starring Broderick Crawford, John Ireland with Mercedes McCambridge, Joanne Dru
Idealist Willie Stark is elected Governor of a Mid-Western state, but the corruption he campaigned against soon threatens his own administration. Adapted from the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Robert Penn Warren, it is reputedly based on the career of Huey Long, the Governor of Louisiana, who was assassinated in 1935. Robert Rossen received an Academy Award for this the best film of the year, and Oscars went to Broderick Crawford (as best actor) and Mercedes McCambridge (as best supporting actress).
Based on a novel by:
With John Edmunds and Weather
This week Omnibus presents the first of three films about Hollywood and its history, including extracts from many of the most famous films made in what was originally an unknown suburb of Los Angeles. This film begins with the very first piece of film copyrighted on 7 January 1894, and it ends with Al Jolson in The Jazz Singer, the forerunner of the Talkies and made 33 years later.
Written by Alexander Walker
(On Tuesday the all-American way of life goes to the highest bidder: pages 50-53)
with her guests Lou Rawls and The Marmalade