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: Nai Zindagi-Naya Jeevan

Thirty Years On
z. A. BOKHARI , ex-Director-General of Radio Pakistan , talks to SALEEM SHAHED about his experiences in wartime Britain, where he was one of those who started the BBC's Eastern Service.
And a round-up of the week's news. Presented and produced by SALEEM SHAHED
Directed by MAHENDRA KAUL
(from Birmingham: repeated Wed, 12.25)

Contributors

Unknown: Z. A. Bokhari
Talks: Radio Pakistan
Produced By: Saleem Shahed
Directed By: Mahendra Kaul

: Closedown

: Parish Mass

from St Brigid's Church, Newry, Co Down
Celebrant THE MOST REV EUGENE O'DOHERTY , Bishop of Dromore Preacher FR MICHAEL O'CONNELL
Organist FR SEUMAS MOORE
Choirmistress ETHEL FITZPATRICK Commentary FR PATRICK MCENROE Directed by BERNARD TORNEY Presented by MOORE WASSON BBC Northern Ireland

Contributors

Unknown: Eugene O'Doherty
Organist: Fr Michael O'Connell
Organist: Fr Seumas Moore
Unknown: Ethel Fitzpatrick
Unknown: Fr Patrick McEnroe
Directed By: Bernard Torney
Presented By: Moore Wasson

: Closedown

: Farming

Introduced by HENRY FELL High-priced Grain
In many respects farmers are now facing the same sort of problems as they will if we join the Common Market. What are the long-term implications of a change in price structure?
Produced by JOHN KENYON (from Birmingham)
Weather for farmers
1.50 Interval

Contributors

Introduced By: Henry Fell
Produced By: John Kenyon

: The Education Programme

One of the first actions of the present Government was to issue a circular to local education authorities telling them, in effect, that they weren'obliged to ' go comprehensive.' So the comprehensive issue is one which will be settled locally.
The second part of a debate on comprehensive education With ANGUS MAUDE , MP as this week's main speaker and BRIAN JACKSON (Director of ACE) as his opponent
Director MICHAEL LUMLEY
Producer ROGER OWEN

Contributors

Unknown: Angus Maude
Unknown: Brian Jackson
Director: Michael Lumley
Producer: Roger Owen

: Made in Britain

After Farnborough: What's Next? ' Concorde is the most beautiful aircraft I've ever seen,' says Dr Wernher von Braun , America's famous space scientist. More important, Concorde technology could give Britain a stake in his exciting new space plane project. BBC air correspondent REGINALD TURNILL takes a post-Farnborough look at the prospects - and some of the aircraft that are already helping to earn us 1300-million a year in the export markets.
Production MICHAEL PRIESTLEY

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Wernher von Braun
Unknown: Reginald Turnill
Unknown: Michael Priestley

: News Headlines

: Personal Choice

Michael Charlton talks to
Albert Speer
I still feel, to this day, responsible for Auschwitz in a wholly personal sense.
ALBERT SPEER , Closest Of all to Hitler. Born 1905. At 28, the Fuhrer's architect. At 37, Minister of Armaments and Production. The war effort thrived, but millions of slaves did not. In 1945, found guilty at Nuremberg. Served 20 years in Spandau Prison.
Producer JOHN REYNOLDS

Contributors

Talks: Michael Charlton
Unknown: Albert Speer
Unknown: Albert Speer
Unknown: Spandau Prison.
Producer: John Reynolds

: A Film for the Family The Tender Years

starring Joe E. Brown with Richard Lyon
Noreen Nash , Charles Drake
Veteran comedian Joe E. Brown in a rare dramatic role and Ben Lyon 's adopted son Richard play the kindly minister and his son, in this heartwarming tale set in turn-of-the-century America, about a young boy who nurses a wounded dog back to health, but refuses to return him to his cruel owner.
Screenplay by JACK JUNGMEYER JR and ARNOLD BELGARD
Directed by HAROLD SCHUSTER
An EDWARD L. ALPERSON production

Contributors

Unknown: Joe E. Brown
Unknown: Richard Lyon
Unknown: Noreen Nash
Unknown: Charles Drake
Unknown: Joe E. Brown
Unknown: Ben Lyon
Unknown: Jack Jungmeyer Jr
Unknown: Arnold Belgard
Directed By: Harold Schuster
Unknown: Edward L. Alperson
The Rev William James Norris: Joe E. Brown
Ted Norris: Richard Lyon
Linda Webster: Noreen Nash
Bob Wilson: Charles Drake
Emily Norris: Josephine Hutchinson
Kit Barton: James Millican

: Asterix the Gaul

A cartoon film from France
Asterix, Obelix and all that lot pit their wits against the mighty power of Imperial Rome.

: Golden Silents

Another look at the stars of the silent comedy screen
Introduced by MICHAEL BENTINE
From the National Film Theatre, London
3: Exit Pursued by Bear: Shakespearean stage direction which introduces a series of hectic chase sequences, featuring BUSTER KEATON , HARRY LANGDON , BEN TURPIN , CHARLIE CHAPLIN , and LARRY SEMON.
Script MICHAEL BENTINE , RICHARD EVANS Film consultant RAYMOND ROHAUER
Music composed by MALCOLM MITCHELL
Co-producer HENRY HOWARD
Producer RICHARD EVANS
(A BBCtv production in association with Mitchell Monkhouse Associates and Raymond Rohauer )

Contributors

Introduced By: Michael Bentine
Unknown: Buster Keaton
Unknown: Harry Langdon
Unknown: Ben Turpin
Unknown: Charlie Chaplin
Unknown: Larry Semon.
Script: Michael Bentine
Script: Richard Evans
Unknown: Raymond Rohauer
Composed By: Malcolm Mitchell
Composed By: Henry Howard
Composed By: Richard Evans
Composed By: Raymond Rohauer

: Going for a Song....

Customers and connoisseurs explore the world of antiques With MAX ROBERTSON
Resident connoisseur
ARTHUR NEGUS
Guest connoisseur
JULIAN THOMPSON Customers
SUSAN STRANKS , RAYMOND
Director PAUL SMITH
Producer JOHN KING (from Bristol)

Contributors

Unknown: Max Robertson
Unknown: Arthur Negus
Unknown: Julian Thompson
Unknown: Susan Stranks
Director: Paul Smith
Producer: John King

: Europe's Richest Race

Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe direct from Longchamp
Outside broadcast cameras bring you complete coverage of this afternoon's big race, in which the cream of Europe's horse racing champions compete for a prize of £100,000.
Can Nijinsky, winner of the English and Irish Derbies, the 2,000 Guineas and the St Leger, maintain his unbeaten record?
Commentator PETER O'SULLEVAN
Television presentation by the French Television Service

: The Black Tulip: Part 4

by Alexandre Dumas
dramatised in six parts by Alexander Baron
Cornelius has been sentenced to life imprisonment in the grim fortress of Loevenstein. Rosa has taken charge of the precious bulbs and promised Cornelius that he will see them again.

Contributors

Author: Alexandre Dumas
Dramatised by: Alexander Baron
Script Editor: Alistair Bell
Producer: John McRae
Director: Derek Martinus
Cornelius van Baerle: Simon Ward
Rijnders: Kevin Flood
William of Orange: Eric Woofe
Colonel van Deken: Leon Eagles
Rosa: Tessa Wyatt
Gryphus: John Stratton
Isaac Boxtel: Wolfe Morris
Dirk: John Cater

: The News

Weatherman BERT FOORD

Contributors

Unknown: Bert Foord

: Malcolm Muggeridge

asks The Question Why
A topical programme which questions the real issues behind the news and some of the assumptions on which people base their lives.
Produced by PETER CHAFER

Contributors

Produced By: Peter Chafer

: Sing a New Song

with Cliff Richard and The Settlers featuring
THE MGS CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP and THE CHEADLE HULME
SCHOOL MOTET CHOIR in a programme of modern songs which express man's faith, his doubts and his concerns.
The theme of today's programme, the first of a monthly series, is ' The World We Live in.' Design MONICA ASHLEY
Producer RAYMOND SHORT
Series producer PHILIP s. GILBERT

Contributors

Unknown: Cliff Richard
Unknown: Cheadle Hulme

: Dr Finlay's Casebook: The Builders

by Martin Worth
Created by A.J. Cronin
Starring
with
It's natural for a man to retire to the town of his childhood. But a vital, energetic man like Elliot, former Governor of an Indian Province, needs to be fully occupied. What can he find to do in a place like Tannochbrae... ?
The series produced by arrangement with GRAHAM STEWART
Designer ALEX GOURLAY
Script editor BARRY THOMAS
Producer JOHN HENDERSON
Directed by DAVID ANDREWS â€

Contributors

Unknown: A. J. Cronin
Unknown: Martin Worth
Arrangement With: Graham Stewart
Designer: Alex Gourlay
Editor: Barry Thomas
Producer: John Henderson
Directed By: Davld Andrews
Dr Cameron: Andrew Cruickshank
Janet: Barbara Mullen
Dr Finlay: Bill Simpson
Sir Roderick: Mark Dignam
Lady Elliot: Avice Landon
David Lovell: Andrew Byatt
Gordon Lovell: James Copeland
Duncan: James Maguire
Archie: Kevin Collins
Barker: David Mowat
Mrs Lovell: Nancy Gilmour

: On Trial: The Chicago Conspiracy Trial

USA v David T. Dellinger and Others
The 1968 Democratic Convention was held in Chicago against a background of bitter demonstrations that led to violence and what was called ' a police riot.'
As a result, eight leaders of us protest groups ended up in court accused of ' conspiracy and intention to incite a riot.'
Their five-month trial has been called ' the most important political trial of the century.' The violence in the streets finds an echo in the courtroom itself where two concepts of freedom and justice face each other with dismay, anger, and incomprehension.
This re-creation of the trial, with a North American cast, has been edited from the 23,000-page official transcript by CHRISTOPHER BURSTALL and STUART HOOD
Narration spoken by TONY CHURCH With GLENN BECK , ANN BOMANN
KENNETH CAMROUX , ROBERT MACLEOD MARK MURPHY , LOUIS NEGIN
MANNING REDWOOD , PAMELA ROLAND GUY SPAULL , PAULA STONE and PAUL ARLINGTON , INGRID BOWER
ALISON COLERIDGE , LESLIE FREILACH HAL GALILI , CAROL HAZELL JASON JAMES , CEDRIC SCOTT
ROY STEPHENS , JEAN ST LOUIS GORDON STYLES
Costumes JIM ACHESON Make-up PENNY NORTON Sound JOHN STAPLE
Lighting PETER WESSON Design DON HOMFRAY
Directed and produced by CHRISTOPHER BURSTALL
BBC/Bavarian Television co-production

Contributors

Unknown: David T. Dellinger
Unknown: Christopher Burstall
Unknown: Stuart Hood
Spoken By: Tony Church
Unknown: Glenn Beck
Unknown: Ann Bomann
Unknown: Kenneth Camroux
Unknown: Robert MacLeod
Unknown: Mark Murphy
Unknown: Louis Negin
Unknown: Manning Redwood
Unknown: Pamela Roland
Unknown: Guy Spaull
Unknown: Paula Stone
Unknown: Paul Arlington
Unknown: Ingrid Bower
Unknown: Alison Coleridge
Unknown: Leslie Freilach
Unknown: Hal Galili
Unknown: Carol Hazell
Unknown: Jason James
Unknown: Cedric Scott
Unknown: Roy Stephens
Unknown: Jean St Louis
Unknown: Gordon Styles
Unknown: Jim Acheson
Unknown: Penny Norton
Unknown: John Staple
Unknown: Peter Wesson
Design: Don Homfray
Produced By: Christopher Burstall
Julius Hoffman, Judge: Morris Carnovsky
Jerry Rubin: Ronny Cox
Bobby Seale: Al Freeman Jr
Abbie Hoffman: Cliff Gorman
David Dellinger: Barton Heyman
Rennie Davis: Peter Jobin
Tom Hayden: Douglas Lambert
Leonard Weinglass, defence lawyer: Robert Loggia
Richard Schultz, Assistant us Attorney.: Neil McCallum
William Kunstler, defence lawyer: James Patterson
Thomas Foran, us Attorney: Shane Rimmer

: The News

with Richard Baker and Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Baker

: On Trial

Part 2

: Ad Lib

A series of live conversations.
Each week, Robert Robinson is joined by three people. They are men and women of distinction who hold strong views on the topics of today - and tomorrow.
Among those taking part tonight is J. K. Galbraith , economist, author, and former us Ambassador to India.
Designer RICHARD LEVIN
Producer EDWARD MtRZOEFF
(The world's tallest intellectual: page 4)

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Robinson
Unknown: J. K. Galbraith
Designer: Richard Levin
Producer: Edward Mtrzoeff








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