For viewers from
Pakistan and India
Mushaira: A poetical symposium Presented and produced by SALEEM SHAHED
Directed by MAHENDRA KAUL
(from Birmingham: rptd Wed 12.25)
The Engineering Programme
Introduced by ARTHUR GARRATT Talking to Machine Tools
Director DAVID NELSON
Producer DAVID CORDINGLEY
For beginners in Italian 4: Signorina, e inglese?
With BIANCA MARIA CORBELLA
YOLE MARINELLI , LUIGI BASAGALUPPI ALBERTO COLZI
Directed by JOHN BEVERIDGE
Produced by MADDALENA FAGANDINI
(Books and records see page 15)
from the Parish Church, Swanage Celebrant, the Rector, THE REV DAVID BAILEY
Preacher THE REV ROY KING
Hymns (A and M REV): Nos 527. 528, and 506 Service sung to Merbecke Organist and Choirmaster GEOFFREY TOMES
TV presentation by JOHN DOBSON
What's happening to Steel?
Challenged by new materials - research is keeping steel on top.
Series editor MICHAEL GARROD Producer DAVID CORDINGLEY
JOHN BARRETT , a widower of 80, asks about cooking ... is it ever too late to learn?
Director JOHN TWITCHIN
Producer VICTOR POOLE
4: Pricing in Foreign Markets
Introduced by BRIAN JACKSON
Dramatist ROGER DIXON
Produced by PAUL ELLIS (Book: see page 15)
Introduced by JOHN CHERRINGTON What's your land worth?
Directed tay PHILIP HICKS Produced oy JOHN KENYON (from Birmingham)
Weather for farmers
What is New Mathematics?
Join HAROLD FLETCHER in one of his highly popular lectures.
Production ROGER TONGE
Series producer ROGER OWEN f
A Wish on Every Page: part 1
This week and next JOHN HUM-PHRYS examines how one vast British mail-order firm is going into Europe.
Production IVOR YORKE
They are saying that the country is moving Right, and lo there are those who are sore afraid. I do believe that they are a superstitious lot.
William Buckley. Aged 45 and the man who's helped to make the American Right respectable. Pamphleteer, politician, wit and biting scourge of liberals everywhere.
Producer JOHN REYNOLDS
Another look at the stars of the silent comedy screen
Introduced by MICHAEL BENTINE from the National Film Theatre London
7 : Tricks of the Trade
The brilliant acrobatic talents of BUSTER KEATON and HARRY LANGDON are combined with some unusual trick camera work. Also an early Walt Disney cartoon.
Film consultant RAYMOND ROBAUER
Co-producer HENRY HOWARD
Producer RICHARD EVANS
(A BBCtv production in association with Mitchell Monkhouse Associates and Raymond Rohauer )
A cartoon film from France
A little potion works wonders when it comes to sabotaging the Imperial Roman army.
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. Southbound Duckling and Jerry's Diary
Created by WILLIAM HANNA and JOE BARBERA
Feature films selected for the occasion - at home with the family - this week starring Clifton Webb , Jeanne Crain Myrna Loy
Clifton Webb is at his best in this hilarious comedy, based on the real experiences of an American family, about a husband who tries to organise his large family into an efficient business unit.
Screenplay by LAMARTROTTI
Based on novel by FRANK B. GILBRETH JR and ERNESTINE GILBRETH CAREY Directed by WALTER LANG Produced by LAMAR TROTTI
(This Week's Films: see page 13)
Frank Bunker Gilbreth:
Mrs Lillian Gilbreth:
in Lucy the Laundress
... it all comes out in the wash! With her children and Harrison (Uncle Harry) Carter
Desi Arnaz Jr:
by LOUISA M. ALCOTT : a new dramatisation in nine parts from Little Women and Good Wives by DENIS CONSTANDUROS and ALISTAIR BELL
Jo has met Laurie and learned of his troubles. Part 2
Producer JOHN MCRAE
Directed by PADDY RUSSELL
Weatherman BERT FOORD
Produced by PETER CHAFER
(Why Malcolm Muggeridge still asks why: page 11)
with Cliff Richard and The Settlers
THE KEVIN MAYIIEW SINGERS Special guest Roy Castle
A programme of songs expressing man's faith, doubts, and concerns About that Man
Design MONICA ASHLEY
Producer RAYMOND SHORT
Series producer PHILIP s. GILBERT
Created by A. J. CRONIN starring
in Winter's Traces by JOHN PENNINGTON
A child is found wandering the streets, very ill ...
The series produced by arrangement With GRAHIM STEWART Designer COLIN CANT
Script editor MARTIN WORTH Producer JOHN HENDERSON
Directed by DAVID ANDREWS
A season of feature films with Hollywood's greatest star in her most famous roles. starring
Greta Garbo with John Barrymore , Joan Crawford
Wallace Beery , Lionel Barrymore Garbo is surrounded by a galaxy of famous stars in this stylish Academy Award-winning extravaganza set amidst the opulent splendour of Berlin's most fashionable hotel, in which director Edmund Goulding lovingly records the antics and activities of the hotel's more exotic guests, against a magnificent pot-pourri of contemporary pop songs and popular classics.
Screenplay by WILLIAM A. DRAKE Based on a storv by VICKI BAUM Directed bv EDMÙND GOULDING
(The alluring chemistry of Garbo: page 63)
Baron von Gaigern:
with Kenneth Kendall and Weather
A look at the regional theatre and its audience.
The theatre outside London is more exciting now than it has been for many years. Many talented people now choose to live and work in regional theatres, and this is reflected in a high quality of production. London is still the centre of the commercial theatre, but in the regions a new kind of theatre is being born, a theatre with new aims, seeking a new audience.
In this film Don Taylor, who is himself a playwright who has had several plays performed in the regions, discusses the new regional theatre with a wide range of people who work in it, and from these discussions a definition of the place of theatre in modern society begins to emerge.
At the Theatre Royal, Windsor: John Counsell
At the Victoria Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent: Peter Cheeseman, Tony Perrin
At the Nottingham Playhouse: Stuart Burge, David Caute
At the Northcott Theatre, Exeter: Tony Church, Jack Emery, Penny Mokhadi, Amos Mokhadi At the Hull Arts Centre: Alan Plater, Barry Hanson
and members of the general public.
A live conversation on the issues of the week
Each Sunday Robert Robinson is joined by three people. They are men and women of distinction in widely differing fields. They hold strong views on the topics of today - and tomorrow.
Among those taking part tonight is Lord Devlin, former Law Lord and ex-chairman of the Press Council.
Produced by EDWARD MIRZOEFF