A magazine for viewers from India and Pakistan
Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Directed by ASHOK RAMPAL
(from Birmingham: rept Wed. 12.25)
Building in Metric Director DAVID JACKSON
Producer MICHAEL GARROD
(Booklet: see page 12)
For beginners in Italian
16: Mi accompagna al treno? With BIANCA MARIA CORBELLA
LUIGI RASAGALUPPI , ALBERTO COLZI Directed by JULIA SMITH
Produced by MADDALENA FAGANDINI
(Books and records: see page 12)
Faith Means Taking a Chance
Presented by Staff and Students of Salisbury Theological College From the Church of All Hallows,
London Wall: presented for television by R. T. BROOKS
The Kinetics Show
The visual arts seem to be in disarray. An ever-increasing number of young artists are rejecting the idea of monumental art. Instead many of them are now making kinetic works which involve audience participation.
(Above: construction by Arie Jansma )
How good is yours? Find out with INNES IRELAND, JOHN MILES and fellow Road Users.
6: Town Centre Driving
Introduced by ERIC THOMPSON Directed by JEREMY JOHNSTON Produced by SHEILA INNES
for bosses and managers of smaller businesses
5: Beat 'em or. Join 'em How to handle a merger.
Presented by DENIS MITCHELL
Directed by BRYN BROOKS
Produced by TONY MATTHEWS (Book: see page 12)
Can British Beef Breeds Compete? The success of the Charolais has stimulated a new wave of interest in Continental breeds.
PHILIP WRIXON looks at theii potential.
Produced by PHILIP HICKS f (from Birmingham)
Weather for farmers
Pilots for the World
A leading Japanese airline is sending 150 young men to a British flying school. Over the next three years, the training contract will bring us nearly fl-million in foreign exchange.
Production MICHAEL PRIESTLEY
On the eve of Decimal Day,
MICHAEL BARRATT introduces a last-minute guide to living with the new money.
How to handle the new money tomorrow in the shops and on the buses.
How the new money is being handled today at London's Euston Station following British Rail's switch to decimals a day ahead of the nation.
Music by THE SCAFFOLD
Directed by JOHN TWITCHIN -Produced by TONY MATTHEWS
starring John Payne
Rhonda Fleming , Forrest Tucker An American captain and his glamorous girl friend have their own reasons for trying to foil a daring plan to hijack a seaplane full of gold.
Screenplay by LEWIS R. FOSTER Adapted by THOMSON BURTIS from his novel New Guinea Gold Directed by LEWIS R. FOSTER Produced by WILLIAM H. PINE and WILLIAM C. THOMAS
(This Week's Films: see page 11)
Adventure, comedy and cartoon in a new film series from Hollywood's greatest storytellers.
A Boy Called Nuthin': part 2
Anxious to make a good impression Richie agrees to help Turkeyneck in a local mustang round-up.
Lester (Turkeyneck) Tugwell:
Tom and Jerry playing cat and mouse.
by j. FENIMORE COOPER: dramatised in eight parts by HARRY GREEN
Cora and Alice have joined their father, Colonel Munro, at Fort William Henry. Munro has been ordered by General Webb to surrender the fort to the French.
Music composed and conducted by DUDLEY SIMPSON
Script editor ALISTAIR BELL Designer DAVID SPODE Producer JOHN MCRAE
Directed by DAVID MALONEY
Weatherman JACK SCOTT
of ' Release,' the underground Welfare organisation
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore
A series of confrontations with men and women in the public eye questioned by viewers about the basic beliefs which underline their public attitudes.
Produced by PETER CHAFER
from Steyning Parish Church, Sussex
Introduced by PETER WEST
Lift up your hearts! (Woodlands)
Christ is our corner-stone (Harewood)
O Christ who holds the open gate (Gonfalon Royal)
0 holy Spirit, God (Drumcondra)
The spacious firmament on high (London)
My song is love unknown (Love unknown)
Rejoice, 0 land, in God (Wareham)
He who would valiant be (Monks Gate) God that madest earth and heaven (Ar hyd y nos)
Conductor EDWIN CRAWFORD Organist ALBERT COX
Soloist LEONARD PEARCEY Blessing by the Vicar,
CANON MAURICE H. GARNER Producer JOHN DOBSON
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
Canon Maurice H.
Created by FRANCIS DURBRIDGE starring
Francis Matthews as Paul with Ros Drinkwater as Steve Death for Divers' Reasons by JOHN LUCAROTTI
A quiet stretch of coastline holds all sorts of menacing surprises for Paul and Steve's yachting weekend.
Sound NORMAN BENNETT Lighting PETER WINN
Script editor MARTIN HALL Designer BARRY NEWBERY
Producer DERRICK SHERWIN Directed by KEN HANNAM
by JOHN PREBBLE
Rosalie Crutchley as Catherine starring
Keith Michell as Henry VIII with John Ronane
Series based on an idea by MAURICE COWAN
Music arranged and played by DAVID MUNROW
Make-up PAM MEAGER
Costumes bv JOHN BLOOMFIELD Lighting ROBERT WRIGHT Designer PETER SEDDON
Producers RONALD travers, MARK SHIVAS Directed by NAOMI CAPON
Sir Thomas Seymour:
Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester:
Sir Thomas Wriothesley:
with Robert Dougall and Weather
Consider our modern cities. They are not beautiful, neither are they convenient; if we do nothing about them they will go into a decay, and eventually they will die. The time is already late. If we do nothing, the buildings of today will be the tombstones of our cities tomorrow.
With those words George C. Scott begins this challenging report on the present and future of the world's cities. What is wrong with them in 1971, and what will they be like in the year 2000? Postscript by PROFESSOR PETER HALL
Narrated by JOHN H. SECONDARI
Produced by JOHN H. SECONDARI and HELEN JEAN ROGERS
(An ABC News Documentary)
with Michael Barratt
People with strong views about television programmes put their case to people who make them.
Producer MARGARET DOUGLAS
(On the receivingend: page 4)