Presented and produced by Saleem Shahed
(from Birmingham: repeated on Wednesday at 12.25 pm)
The Engineering Programme
Introduced by Arthur Garratt
with Bianca Maria Corbella, Yole Marinelli, Luigi Basagaluppi, Alberto Colzi
(Books and records: see page 15)
from The Scots Kirk, Rotterdam with an international congregation.
Conducted by The Rev John Russell
(A joint IKOR-BBC production)
Service conducted by:
The Rev John
Dr John Duncan, Dr Brian Hundy, and Prof Robin Nicholson on a new idea for industry.
Edna Murley, a housewife who also runs a business, asks... all about freezing food at home.
Introduced by Brian Jackson
With livestock units getting larger, David Richardson looks at some methods dealing with waste.
Weather for farmers
Introduced by Alan Little
On average over half the coins struck annually by the Royal Mint are for export. As Reg Abbiss reports, it's one of the reasons why the Mint is moving its headquarters to South Wales.
"I am still a movie actress, I still lead a certain kind of life. I am a radical, not a revolutionary - although I am for the revolution."
Jane Fonda. Aged 32. Star of Barbarella and They Shoot Horses Don't They. For years surrounded by show-biz and gossip, together with her husband, Roger Vadim. But today, she's the most politically active actress in America. She's been arrested several times in protests for the rights of Indian and American soldiers. Is this 'radical chic'? Or has the real Jane Fonda stood up?
Introduced by Michael Bentine from the National Film Theatre.
Some comedians like the baby-faced Harry Langdon, are eternal losers. Some, like Charlie Chaplin, are natural winners. If Buster Keaton wins through, it's usually against fearful odds.
(A BBCtv production in association with Mitchell Monkhouse Associates and Raymond Rohauer)
A cartoon film from France
Starring Ronald Reagan, Rhonda Fleming
A valuable gold idol, a wide-eyed Chinese orphan, and the colourful bustle of the Hong Kong water-front are the exciting ingredients of this adventure starring Ronald Reagan as the American GI with an eye for a fast buck.
(This Week's Films: page 13)
Based on a story by/Director:
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 and the Air Force Academy: Part 1 ...where her caravan has rested!
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
Jo has been asked to write her first novel and Meg and John, now married, have had their first quarrel.
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With special guests Professor Christiaan Barnard, The Rt Rev David Sheppard, Bishop of Woolwich, Peter Hain who consider the moral implications and consequences of demonstrations against South Africa.
The Rt Rev David
from Newlands (South) Parish Church, Glasgow
Introduced by David Steel with united district church choirs from Shawlands, Langside, and Cathcart.
Ye gates, lift up your heads on high (St George's Edinburgh)
Jesus calls us! O'er the tumult (St Andrew)
Far round the world (Dunblane Cathedral)
Bless'd be the everlasting God (Bishop-thorpe)
Dear Lord and Father of mankind (arr Shaw)
We love the place, O God (Quam Dilecta)
I greet thee who my sure Redeemer art (Stonelaw)
Mine eyes have seen the glory (John Brown)
For the beauty of the earth (Noricum)
The Saviour dy'd, but rose again (St Andrew)
Prayer and Blessing:
The Rev Alwyn J.C.
by David Hopkins
Created by A.J. Cronin
Starring Andrew Cruickshank as Dr. Cameron, Barbara Mullen as Janet, Bill Simpson as Dr. Finlay
with Mark McManus as Eric
Eric Calder is a very clever young amateur boxer. But is he good enough to stay three rounds with the booth boxer in the travelling fair? Dr Finlay thinks so. So does Eric himself. But there's a lot more at stake than the two pounds prize money.
The series produced by arrangement with:
A season of feature films starring Hollywood's greatest star in her most famous roles.
Starring Greta Garbo
with Robert Taylor, Lionel Barrymore, Elizabeth Allan
Marguerite Gautier is known in Paris as the 'Lady of the Camellias,' because of her love of the delicate blossoms. Beautiful and extravagant, Marguerite lives a gay life despite her delicate health, until one day she meets the handsome young Armand Duval, who has worshipped her from afar.
(This Week's Films: page 13)
Based on the play and novel by:
Baron de Varville:
with Robert Dougall
Dame Marie Rambert, founder and director of Ballet Rambert, was 82 this year.
Born in Warsaw, she remembers her childhood in a Russian dominated Poland. Participation in the 1905 May Day revolutionary march led to her being sent to Paris to study medicine, but she saw Isadora Duncan dance, and that settled that.
In 1912 she was asked by Diaghilev to help Nijinsky with the music of Stravinsky's Rite of Spring. She married Ashley Dukes, the playwright, in 1918 and together they built the Mercury Theatre, Notting Hill Gate.
Marie Rambert was made DBE in 1962. Her gift is to inspire.
She talks in her own home to Ronald Eyre
(Lifetime of dance: page 5)
A live conversation on the issues of today.
Among those taking part tonight are Professor George Porter, Director of the Royal Institution, and winner of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry, Sebastian de Ferranti, Chairman and Managing Director of Ferranti Ltd., and Theodore Roszak, author of The Making of a Counter Culture.