Presented and produced by Saleem Shahed
(from Birmingham: rptd. Wed, 12.25)
The Engineering Programme
Introduced by Arthur Garratt
with Bianca Maria Corbella, Yole Marinelli, Luigi Basagaluppi, Alberto Colzi
(Books and records: see page 19)
from St John's Presbyterian Church, Newtownbreda, Belfast
Conducted by the Minister, The Rev Pat Lowry
Service conducted by:
The Rev Pat
With Professor Preston and Ezra Levin
Julie and Nevile Cruttenden ask how to cope with the casual guest.
Introduced by Brian Jackson
(Book: see page 19)
Weather for farmers
"Headmaster orders 100 boys to cut hair"
As a parent could you dispute this - or is the Head within his rights? This week's programme examines this and other cases in which parents and school find themselves in conflict.
Today, on the first anniversary of colour transmission on BBC1, Reg Abbiss takes a look at one of the biggest manufacturers selling TV and radio equipment abroad.
Robin Day talks to John V. Lindsay
"There is no other business I can think of where the proprietor knows absolutely that he will face bankruptcy every year."
John Vliet Lindsay. Aged 48 and Mayor of New York. He promised Fun City but is New York beyond salvation? He's said he will leave politics when his term expires. But could this liberal Republican be just what the Democrats need for the Presidential race in 1972?
Introduced by Michael Bentine from the National Film Theatre.
A look at some of the ways in which some of the comedians tackle the same situation with Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin mixing drinks, Harry Langdon and Keaton as street cleaners, and Chaplin and Keaton both struggling with an escalator.
(A BBCtv production in association with Mitchell Monkhouse Associates and Raymond Rohauer)
Music composed by:
A cartoon film from France
The first in a season of action-packed films starring Robert Mitchum, Julie London with Gary Merrill, Pedro Armendariz
A dramatic story of political intrigue and gun running on the Mexican/Texas border-with Robert Mitchum as the gunman who is offered the chance of a new life with the Texas Rangers but finds that fate keeps him on the run.
Lucille Ball stars as Lucy Carter
with her children Desi Arnaz Jr and Lucie as Craig and Kim, and Gale Gordon as the long-suffering Harrison (Uncle Harry) Carter
Lucy the Helpful Mother ...mothers mother's pets' pets!
Harrison (Uncle Harry) Carter:
by Louisa M. Alcott
A new dramatisation in nine parts from "Little Women" and "Good Wives" by Denis Constanduros and Alistair Bell
Mrs March has gone to Washington to nurse her husband.
Swindon Citadel Corps of the Salvation Army from The Baptist Tabernacle
Introduced by Geoffrey Wheeler
Bandmaster David Brierley
Hark, hark my soul (Pilgrims)
What a friend (What a friend)
A little ship (Childhood)
On a hill far away (The old rugged Cross)
Will you take Jesus
Crown him with many crowns (Diademata)
At even e'er the sun was set (Angelus)
Swindon Citadel Corps of the Salvation
appeals on behalf of King George's Fund for Sailors
This Fund is the nerve centre for nearly 100 Marine Charities. It helps them to cope with an average of 500 individual cases each week, covering the men of the Royal and Merchant Navy, serving or retired, and their families. Donations, preferably by crossed PO or cheque, to: [address removed].
Televised from the stage of the London Palladium in the presence of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother
Artists taking part include:
The Black Theatre of Prague, Max Bygraves, Leslie Crowther with Sheila Bernette,
The Doriss Girls, Marty Feldman with Tim Brooke-Taylor, Syd Lawrence and his Orchestra, Peter Noone with Herman's Hermits, Sandy Powell, Rostal and Schaefer,
Freddie Starr, Caterina Valente, Dionne Warwick, Andy Williams
also appearing Roland Macleod, The Pamela Devis Dancers, The Bel Canto Singers
The London Palladium Orchestra directed by Robert Lowe
Introduced by Michael Aspel
Presented by Bernard Delfont in association with Louis Benjamin and Reg Swinson, MBE, Secretary of the Variety Artistes' Benevolent Fund
The Black Theatre of
Syd Lawrence and his
Peter Noone with Herman's
The Pamela Devis
The Bel Canto
The London Palladium
Orchestra directed by:
with Richard Baker; Weather
At home in Buckinghamshire, filming with Joe Losey in Spain, and rehearsing a Broadway musical in New York, Hawthornden prizewinner Robert Shaw talks outspokenly, and as honestly as he can, of his attitudes to writing and of his future as a serious novelist while under the self-imposed pressures of big money film-acting.
Workers or shareholders... Wages or profits... Militancy or consultations...
Two men from both sides of the industrial fence, Alf Avison, Peterborough District Secretary of the TGWU, and Richard Beecham, Chairman of Combex Ltd, have each made a film about the factory with which they are both concerned. It's the same factory but their viewpoints are almost irreconcilably different.
Brian Redhead chairs the programme as Avison and Beecham see one another's viewpoints.