The Generation Gap
A discussion of the problems facing the second generation of immigrant families in Britain. Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Directed by MAHENDRA KAUL (from Birmingham)
from the Franciscan Friary, Olton Principal Celebrant
FR ALOYSIUS , ofm Cap, Provincial Preacher FR PASCHAL , OFM Cap THE NEWMAN SINGERS
Organist DAVID MCCARTHY
Commentary FR JOHN STAPLETON
The Friary of the Capuchin Franciscan Fathers at Olton is dedicated to the Holy Spirit, and this provides the theme for today's concelebrated Mass.
Second English Mass (Bévenot)
Processional Hymn: Holy Spirit Lord of light (Veni Sancte Spiritus) (PHB 102) Psalm: Bless the Lord my soul (Simple Gradual)
Offertory Motet: 0 thou who at thy Eucharist didst pray (Temple Bevan)
Communion Motet: 0 Lord, increase my faith (Orlando Gibbons)
Thanksgiving Hymn: Praise to the Holiest (Billing) (PHB 236)
Television producer BARRIE EDGAR
Introduced by HENRY FELL
Co-operatives at the Crossroads 2: What kind of service?
DAVID RICHARDSON visits East Anglia and continues his examination into the present-day role of farm co-operatives in Britain.
How wide a range of services and facilities should a co-operative offer? Should a group specialise in supplying the farmer, or selling his produce?
Directed by ANDREW MEIKLE
Produced by MICHAEL MARSHALL (from Birmingham)
HARRY CARPENTER looks back over the first week of the tournament.
Feature films selected for the occasion- at home with the family-this week starring Fredric March with Florence Eldridge Francis L. Sullivan
The dramatic story of Christopher Columbus's discovery of America. Fredric March and his wife, Florence Eldridge , came to Britain specially to star in this lavishly-produced Technicolor production.
Directed by DAVID MACDONALD Produced by A. FRANK BUNDY
Francisco de Bobadilla:
Diego de Arana:
Beatriz de Peraza:
Filmed by HEINZ SIELMANN Narrated by PETER SCOTT
The birds of Australasia include some whose plumage is among the most beautiful in the world, some with unique methods of incubation, and others whose ways of courtship are incredibly complex. The behaviour of a few even suggests that birds have an aesthetic sense.
Commentary written by Richard wadi Produced by CHRISTOPHER PARSONS
(from Bristol: first shown on BBC2)
with ventriloquist Shari Lewis and LAMB CHOP, HUSH puppy
Music by the BERT haves quartet Presented by JOHNNY DOWNES
(Bert Hayes is appearing at the Winter Gardens, Margate)
Weatherman BERT FOORD ,
Should Religious Education be compulsory in law?
Does it mean the indoctrination of innocent children?
These and many other topics are dealt with in the Durham Report on Religious Education. The Bishop of Durham Dr Ian T. Ramsey introduces his Report
THE REV ALAN LOOSEMORE , RE Adviser, West Riding, looks at present RE teaching in the West Riding
EDWARD BLISHEN, educational author and lecturer, comments from a sceptical point of view Introduced by STUART MACLURE
Produced by RAYMOND SHORT
Dr Ian T.
from Long Street Methodist
Church, Middleton, Manchester Introduced by KEITH MACKLIN With JUDY MACKENZIE and THE GLORYLANDERS
This week the Annual Methodist Conference is being held in Manchester. This programme with united Methodist choirs from North East Manchester is based on Hymns and Songs - the new supplement to the Methodist Hymn Book.
0 for a thousand tongues (Richmond)
Forgive our sins as we forgive (St Bernard)
In Christ there Is no east or west (McKee)
Good Christian men, rejoice (Vulpius)
The God who rules this earth (Andrew) Lord thy church on earth is seeking (Abbot's Leigh)
All for Jesus (All for Jesus)
Organist SAM GEE
Conductor RUTH MOON.
Producer RAYMOND SHORT
Series producer PHILIP s. GILBERT
appeals on behalf of The Gurkha Welfare Trust
World-renowned for their gallantry, Gurkhas have won 26 vcs and countless other honours in 150 years of service for Great Britain. Now they need our help.
Donations to: [address removed]
Created by FRANCIS DURBRIDGE starring in Steal a Little Happiness by BILL STRUTTON
Paul and Steve pick up a hitch-hiking street urchin called Gina outside Milan and soon discover the pressures poverty brings to bear on the young.
In an attempt to help the girl, Paul uncovers a relationship between Gina and Ettore, a helpless old man, that is based on need rather than on cupidity.
Lighting PETER WINN Sound RICHARD CHUBB
Script editor TREVOR RAY Designer PAUL ALLEN
Producers PETER BRYANT and DERRICK SHERWIN
Directed by PHILIP DUDLEY
The Sunday Film presents A Kenneth More Season
Tonight: Reach for the Sky starring Kenneth More as Douglas Bader
with Muriel Pavlow, Lyndon Brook, Lee Patterson, Alexander Knox
On 15 September 1945 300 aircraft flew in triumph over London. At their head, in a Battle of Britain Spitfire, Wing Commander Douglas Bader, DSO, DFC. For Bader it was a personal triumph too - because 14 years earlier he had lost both legs in a flying accident.
Kenneth More plays the man whose steely determination drove him to fight back through the at times hopeless years of convalescence to a hero's role in the war.
Written and directed by:
Based on the book by:
with RICHARD BAKER and Weather
BRYAN MAGEE talks to
The Rt Hon Edward Heath , MBE about his world of music
A programme filmed at Balliol College, Oxford; Broadstairs; Edinburgh; The House of Commons; Covent Garden; and Mr Heath 's flat in Albany, Piccadilly
Produced by IAN ENGELMANN (Postponed from 24 May)
A series based on a selection of James Thurber 's famous stories and cartoons starring
This week: The Disenchanted
Dispirited by one of those darker experiences that beset us all, 10-year-old Lydia packs her bags, bids a polite farewell to her parents - and leaves home.
his wife Ellen:
his daughter Lydia: