For Pakistani and Indian viewers
Produced and presented by Saleem Shahed
(from Birmingham: repeated on Wednesday at 12.25 pm)
from Warwick Road Congregational Church, Coventry
Conducted by the Minister, The Rev David Dale
Assisted by The Rev Valerie Dinning
Hymns (Congregational Praise):
Praise to the holiest (71)
My song is love unknown (128)
Ride on! ride on in majesty! (122)
All glory, laud, and honour (120)
O sacred Head! sore wounded (127)
The Rev David
The Rev Valerie
This programme for Census enumerators deals with the purpose of the Census and with what is involved in delivery of the forms. In particular, it asks 'What is a household?'
Introduced by Kenneth Kendall
With Lindy Caulder, Edna Dore, Patricia Shakesby, Gary Waldhorn, Anthony Woodruff
Introduced by David Richardson
Is co-operation the solution to increasing costs and labour problems in milk production?
John Johnston reports on a new venture in Northern Ireland.
Weather for farmers
In 1968 a crisis in schools and universities brought France to the brink of revolution. Three years later many problems are still unsolved.
Introduced by Alan Little
A chance to see again the excitement of the world's greatest steeplechase run yesterday at Aintree.
Introduced by Julian Wilson
A series of documentary films.
Introduced by Michael Bentine
From the National Film Theatre
A second look at some nautical films of Buster Keaton, Charlie Chaplin and Harry Langdon.
(A BBCtv production in association with Mitchell Monkhouse Associates and Raymond Rohauer)
Tom and Jerry playing cat and mouse in a selection from the world-famous award-winning cartoon films.
[Starring] Judy Garland
with Gene Kelly, Walter Slezak, Gladys Cooper, Reginald Owen
Dazzling is the only word to describe this brilliant musical which marked the beginning of Gene Kelly's collaboration with the great stylist Vincente Minnelli.
(This Week's Films: see page 9)
Don Pedro Vargas:
A battle of wits between a retriever and a horse-thief is the amusing climax of a true tale set in the Texas panhandle of the 1880s.
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore
The last of a series of confrontations with men and women in the public eye questioned by viewers about the basic beliefs which underline their public attitudes.
The Most Rev and Rt Hon Dr Michael
from The Chaplaincy Centre, University of Lancaster
Introduced by Geoffrey Wheeler
Praise to the holiest in the height (Gerontius)
My song is love unknown (Love Unknown)
How sweet the name of Jesus sound (St Peter)
Trotting through Jerusalem Ride on! Ride on in majesty!
O sacred Head once wounded (Passion Chorale)
Lord Jesus, think on me (Southwell) Judas and Mary
When I survey the wondrous Cross (Rockingham)
God is love, his the care (Theodoric)
Mine eyes have seen the glory (Battle Hymn)
Blessing by Fr John Turner, Senior Chaplain
by Wolf Rilla
Created by Francis Durbridge
Starring Francis Matthews as Paul
with Ros Drinkwater as Steve
Paul takes a strange partner at a Fasching Ball in Munich - and thereafter has to watch his step!
Starring Gregory Peck, Diane Baker, Kevin McCarthy, Jack Weston
with Leif Erickson, Walter Abel, George Kennedy, Walter Matthan
Did David Stillman murder tha leader of the World Peace Movement? Was he really just a cost accountant, and how did he come to be in New York anyway? Gregory Peck gradually solves the mystery of his own Identity in this tense and skilfully contrived thriller.
Mirage was one of a batch of successful fast-moving thrillers in the mid-sixties. Gregory Peck also starred in Arabesque while Walter Matthau and George Kennedy were memorable bad guys in Charade.
(This Week's Films; page 9)
with John Edmunds
He took the world on a spree - and died of it.
Brendan Behan was a writer good enough to send international critics into rhapsodies. He was hounded by the press, he was the toast of the town. He was legendary, and always a popular hero. Was Brendan Behan just an alcoholic with a certain gift of the gab? Or was he a great writer ruined by drink? His life has been described as a hilarious tragedy. Tonight's film examines his true promise, and traces that rumbustious life to its sadly inevitable end.
With Donal Neligan as Brendan Behan and interviews and commentary by Daniel Farson
with Michael Barratt
People with strong views about television programmes put their case to people who make them.