Starting a new series of the programme for viewers from Pakistan and India including news round-up, music, and a discussion on the Police Force as a career for immigrants.
Presented and produced by Saleem Shahed
(from Birmingham: repeated on Wednesday at 12.25 pm)
from Old George Street Baptist Church, Plymouth to celebrate the 350th anniversary of the sailing of the Pilgrim Fathers
Service taken by The Rev A. H. Duff Stevenson
Hymns (Baptist Hymn Book): Nos 9, 250, 463, 256
First Lesson: 1 Kings 8, vv 54-61 read by the Rev Preb J.K. Cavell
Second Lesson: Hebrews 11, vv 8-16 read by The Rev Raymond Norman
Preacher Sir Cyril Black, President of the Baptist Union
Service conducted by:
The Rev A. H. Duff
Reader (First Lesson):
The Rev Preb J.K.
Reader (Second Lesson):
The Rev Raymond
Organist and Choirmaster:
Introduced by David Richardson
Disease and stress become major factors as the size of pig units increases. Dr Sainsbury of Cambridge suggests an optimum size of unit and producers give their views.
Weather for farmers
A series of six films on the threatened natural environment of Britain and its chances of survival.
Greater appreciation of the countryside is increasing the pressure on it to provide opportunities for recreation.
Introduced by Peter B. Stone
Feature films selected for the occasion - at home with the family - this week starring Pascal Lamorisse
Pascal stows away in his grand-father's magnificent balloon and is soon promoted to the rank of first mate.
This spectacular aerial adventure in the manner of Jules Verne was made by Albert Lamorisse - well-known producer of "The Red Balloon" - who this time takes his cameras aloft for an extraordinary voyage across France.
Written and directed by Albert Lamorisse
(Philip Jenkinson writes on page 12)
featuring Motor Racing, Show-Jumping, Hurling
Introduced by Alan Weeks
3.45* Motor Racing from Monza: The Italian Grand Prix
This afternoon's race is the final European Grand Prix of 1970, in which Jochen Rindt can make virtually certain of winning the World title.
Presented by the Italian Television Service
4.30* Hurling from Dublin: The All Ireland Hurling Championship Final: Cork v Wexford
Outside broadcast coverage of one of Ireland's greatest sporting occasions.
Presented by the Irish Television Service
4.55* Show-Jumping from Burghley
Leading riders from Great Britain and the Continent compete on the show-jumping course in the final stage of the famous Burghley Three Day Event.
Commentator (Motor Racing):
TV Presentation (Show-Jumping):
Grandstand produced by:
Customers and connoisseurs explore the world of antiques with Max Robertson
Customers Joan Crane, Eric Merriman
Tom and Jerry playing cat and mouse in a selection from the world-famous award-winning cartoon films.
Starring Tom the cat and a far-from-underdog mouse called Jerry.
The Person of Christ has only recently begun to lose the look of a white man. Vietnamese and African artists now paint him as one of themselves.
Tonight's film looks at the development of the Christian faith, and tries to see what has survived of the original Christ.
After the film, Canon Geoffrey Paul of Bristol Cathedral talks about the legacy of Christ with Paddy Feeny and a group of Bristol students.
(from Bristol; repeated on Monday at 12.50 pm)
(Next week: Malcolm Muggeridge asks The Question Why)
from Old and St Andrew's Parish Church, Helensburgh
Introduced by Peter West with choirs from Helensburgh churches, Hermitage Academy and St Bride's School.
O sing a new song to the Lord (St Magnus)
Jesus calls us! (St Andrew)
O ye who taste that love is sweet (Helensburgh)
All things bright and beautiful (arr George McPhee)
Rejoice the Lord is King (Bryan Kelly)
Lord of all being (Ombersley)
The spacious firmament (Firmament)
We thank you Lord (Doreen Newport)
Sing to the Lord a joyful song (Gonfalon Royal)
Almighty Father of all things that be (Chilton Foliat)
Ye holy angels bright (Darwall)
featuring a cast of 1,000 at The Empire Pool Arena, Wembley
A vivid once-in-a-lifetime display to celebrate 60 years of Guiding staged in the presence of HRH The Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon President of the Girl Guides Association
Part 1: Diamond Circus
A circus-eye view of the history of Guiding, including displays of skill and agility, with all the traditional fun and trappings of the circus ring.
Part 2: Images and Reflections
An exciting and dramatic improvisation presented by 500 young people of the Diamond Jubilee Theatre Workshop.
A season of British films featuring acts of courage in the face of the enemy.
This week starring Michael Redgrave, Dirk Bogarde
with Bonar Colleano, Nigel Patrick, Anthony Steel, Jack Watling
This exciting drama from the team responsible for Albert RN, Reach for the Sky and Carre her Name with Pride, tells the story of four airmen, zealously guarding vital information about the German V2 rockets, who are fighting a battle for survival somewhere in the North Sea.
(Philip Jenkinson writes on page 12)
Air Commodore Waltby:
Flight Sergeant Mackay:
Flying Officer Treherne:
Flight Sergeant Slingsby:
Flying Officer Harding:
With Kenneth Kendall
The last in a series of five programmes from the 1970 Season of Henry Wood Promenade Concerts at the Royal Albert Hall
Halle Orchestra, leader Martin Milner, conducted by Charles Groves
Jean Fonda (piano)
Beethoven - Piano Concerto No 1, in C major
Delius - In a Summer Garden
This concert, which was to have been conducted by Sir John Barbirolli, will include the last filmed interview he gave, shortly before his death, when he talked about himself and his long association with the Henry Wood Proms.
Introduced by Richard Baker
(On Saturday 12 September: Last Night of the Proms)
Orchestra conducted by:
An invitation to step into the humorous and imaginative world of James Thurber
A series based on a selection of his famous stories and cartoons
[Starring] William Windom as John Monroe, Joan Hotchkis as his wife Ellen, Lisa Gerritsen as Lydia
This week: The Human Being and the Dinosaur
What is the sense in being superior if you can't take advantage of it once in a while? Take the dinosaur. It stands to reason that if it had not been inferior to the human being it wouldn't extinct. It would still be around to enjoy the wonderful things the human being has made of the world. You have to be careful though because all inferior creatures have a nasty habit of being very smart when you least expect it. Maybe the dinosaur was just being smart and quit while he was ahead.
(First shown on BBC2)
Based on stories and cartoons by: