A special compilation of music favourites for viewers from India and Pakistan.
WASEEM KAROOQI and FARIDA ALI Presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Compiled by ASHOK RAMPAL Produced by MAHENDRA KAUL and SALFEM SHAHED
(from Birmingham; repeated on Wednesday at 12.25 pm)
from Broadway Baptist Church, Derby
A service of Baptism and Holy Communion
Conducted by the Minister, THE REV DAVID CLARK
At this service, a member of the congregation is to be baptised by total immersion on profession of faith, and to be received into church membership at the service of Holy Communion.
Organist NORMAN HENDLEY
Hymns (BHB) :
Praise my soul, the King of Heaven (23) Love divine, all loves excelling (595)
Lord, I was blind. I could not see (445) At the name of Jesus (199)
Christ the Lord is risen today (154)
Television producer barrie EDGAR
Why are we changing?
DAVID RICHARDSON examines the problems of changing over to the metric system of measurement. What advantages will the changeover bring to the farmer?
Produced by MICHAEL MARSHALL (from Birmingham)
Featuring the outstanding action and personalities of the 1970 Games, which ended yesterday. Introduced by Frank Bough
Production team: Richard SOMERSET-WARD JEFF GODDARD , HUW JONES
MARTIN HOPKINS , DENIS KELLY
JOHN WATHERSTON. BRIAN WATKINS Producers A p. WILKINSON and BRIAN VENNER
Todav at RAF Hullavington where for the past 14 days the world Aerobatic Championships have been contested by 12 nations, the Royal Aero Club, in collaboration with the Daily Mail and John Player and Sons, are staging a mammoth Air Show which will include the world's top aerobatic display teams:
La Patrouille de France
II Frecce Tricolori (Italy)
The Red Arrows and the Pelicans (GB)
Solo displays by the World Aerobatic Champions (male and female)
Some nostalgic moments with the Swordfish, Hurricane, Spitfire and Lancaster and a free fall drop by the famous RAF Parachute Display Team The Falcons
BBC outside broadcast comeras are at Hullavington to capture the atmosphere and excitement of this spectacular show.
Commentator RAYMOND BAXTER
TV presentation DENNIS MONGER DOUGLAS HESPE , ALAN CHIVERS
Feature films selected for the occasion - at home with the family -this week starring
Kieron Moore , Greta Gynt
Sarah Lawson , Mervyn Johns
An embittered naval war hero takes a post as the instructor at an Outward Bound Sea School where he begins to discover a new purpose in life. One of the most successful of the British Group 3 productions.
Screenplay by DON SHARP and JOHN PUDNEY
Based on a story by DON SHARP Directed by WOLF RILLA
Produced by HERBERT MASON
(Philip Jenkinson writes on page 8)
Mrs Mary Griffith:
A film series in which the famous underwater explorer takes his oceanographic vessel Calypso on a voyage of adventure and scientific discovery. Night of the Squid
When Calypso anchors by chance over the spawning grounds of the Pacific Coast squid, Cousteau has a unique opportunity to make a detailed study of the strange breeding behaviour of this member of the octopus family. For three days his divers witness some of the most remarkable sights as they watch the concentrated frenzy of many thousands of squid.
Narrated by JACQUES COUSTEAU and HUGH FALKUS
Produced by Les Requins Assoeies and Metromedia Producers Corporation (from Bristol; first shown on BBC2)
with ventriloquist Shari Lewis and LAMB CHOP
CHARLEY HORSE, HUSH PUPPY
Music by the BERT HAYES TRIO
Presented by JOHNNY DOWNES
(Bert Hayes is appearing at the Winter Gardens. Margate)
Weatherman GRAHAM PARKER
A film on the life and thought of Teilhard de Chardin, sj the visionary, scientist and priest whose radical ideas, suppressed during his lifetime, have had more impact on religious thought than any other thinker of modern times.
Voice of Teilhard EMRYS JAMES Other voices JOHN GABRIEL Narrator R. T. BROOKS
Probably as good a piece of work as television can produce about a thinker.
Written and produced by VERNON SPROXTON
on the theme Christ's Impact presented by THE TOAD CHOIR, GREENOCK
Conducted by IAN MCCRORIE and GREENOCK ACADEMY JUNIOR CHOIR
The Lord of heav'n confess (Benedicite) Love divine (Hyfrydol)
Carry on, sister (Spiritual: Muriel Smith ) It is a thing most wonderful (Solothurn)
I sing a song of the saints (Grand Isle) We thank you. Lord (JDoreen Newport) Ye servants of the Lord (Old 134thl
0 Jesus, I have promised (Thornbury) Shalom chaverim (trad. Hebrew)
Directed by JAMES DEY
Producer RONALD FALCONER
Series producer PHILIP s. GILBERT (from Scotlanc)
Created by FRANCIS DURBRIDGE starring
Re-take by PAUL ERICKSON
What is the connection between a series of crimes in Rome seven years ago and the disappearance of a child in London now?
Script editor MARTIN HALL Designer BRIAN TREGIDDEN
Producers PETER BRYANT , DERRICK SHERWIN Directed by DOUGLAS CAMFIELD
An Ideal Husband by OSCAR WILDE: starring
Margaret Leighton , Keith Michell Jeremy Brett , Dinah Sheridan and
Designer ROGER ANDREWS Producer CEDRIC MESSINA
Directed by RUDOLPH cartier
(Jeremy Brett is a National Theatre player)
The Earl of Caversham, KG:
Viscount Goring, his son:
Sir Robert Chiltern, Bt, Under-secretary for Foreign Affairs:
Vicomte de Nanjac:
Mason, butler to Sir Robert:
Phipps, Lord Goring's servant:
The Countess of Basildon:
Miss Mabel Chiltern, Sir Robert's sister:
With KENNETH KENDALL and Weather
Kenneth More returns to the Windmill Theatre, where he began his career as a stagehand, to tell the story of the notorious and innocent, glamorous and down-to-earth, the 'comic's' graveyard and stepping-stone to fame - a legend of our lifetime.
In 1932 the Lord Chamberlain permitted showman Vivian Van Damm to stage nude tableaux at the tiny Windmill Theatre in Soho -provided the nudes remain completely motionless. with recollections from
Jimmy Edwards , Arthur English Bruce Forsyth , Pearl Hackney
Stanley Holloway , Alfred Marks Des O'Connor , Harry Secombe Sheila Van Damm , a host of former Windmill Girls, soubrettes, dancers, and many others
Written and produced by ROBERT VAS
based on James Thurber 's famous stories and cartoons
William Windom as John Monroe Joan Hotchkis as his wife Ellen Lisa Gerritsen as Lydia
Nobody Ever Kills Dragons Any More: there's a considerable shortage of shining armour for one thing. And fiery steeds aren'all that easy to come by either.