Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Directed by GERRY HYNES
(from Birmingham: rept Wed 12.25)
Computer People Written by REX MALIK
Directed by DAVID NELSON Producer PETER RIDING
from The City Church of St Stephen's, Bristol. Celebrant: THE REV NEVILLE J. KIRBY Preacher The Rector,
THE REV CHRISTOPHER F. PILKINGTON Hymns:
Bright the vision; Thou art the way Deck thyself, my soul, with gladness Setting: Ireland in C
Organist and choirmaster GARY DESMOND Television presentation by JOHN DOBSON
Introduced by LIONEL LAMBOURNE 8: The Souvenir
The Victorian sitting-room was piled high' with knick-knacks and stuffed with memories. Speaker PETER KLEIN
Directed by TERRY DOYLE Producer VICTOR POOLE
Introduced by DAVID VINE With DAN MASKELL
BILL MOSS and PAUL HUTCHINS 8: Singles tactics
Directed by JOHN RICKWORD Produced by JOHN DOBSON
7: Keeping Control
Introduced by VINCENT KANE with GEORGINA MOON and HUGH WALTERS
Sketches written by BOB HEDLEY Produced by PAUL ELLIS
Introduced by JOHN CHERRINGTON Lowland Sheep provide a break from cereals but can they pay? Produced bv ROBIN HICKS (from Birmingham)
Weather for farmers
Fings ain'what they used to be
The teaching of English is not quite what it used to be. Some new approaches.
Directed by JUDITH PLUMMER
Series producer ROGER OWEN
Soft Sell: Beds
Reporter PAUL BURDEN
Production MICHAEL WOOLARD
Customers and connoisseurs explore the world of Antiques with Max Robertson Resident connoisseur Arthur Negus
Guest connoisseur Anthony du Boulay Customers
Ann Wrigg , Lance Percival
Director PAUL SMITH Producer JOHN KING
(A recorded programme from Bristol)
Introduced by Michael Bentine
From the National Film Theatre 20: The Sporting Life
A second look at the sporting and athletic prowess of BUSTER KEATON , CHARLIE CHAPLIN , STAN LAUREL , and HARRY LANGDON.
Producer RICHARD EVANS
(A BBCtv production in association with Mitchell Monkhouse Associates and Raymond Rohauer )
[Starring] June Haver
with Ray Bolger, Gordon MacRae
Life for Marilyn Miller, famous Broadway star of the 20s, was a mixture of success and tragedy. In today's film, June Haver interprets some of Marilyn's hits from her most successful shows like Sally and Sunny.
(This Week's Films: page 9)
by Oliver Postgate
A garden can grow too well.
Puppets and settings:
Rolf invites you to join him on his 1,000-mile safari through the Australian outback - the rugged and fascinating Northern Territory.
The final leg of the Walkabout takes Rolf and his party to Ayers Rock , the world's largest monolith. They hear about the myths and legends surrounding the Rock and encounter some more of Australia's rare animals.
An Australian Broadcasting Commission production
Produced by ALAN BATEMAN
Lucille Ball stars as Lucy Carter in Lucy and the Generation Gap
... differences through different ages through the ages! with her children
Harrison (Uncle Harry) Carter
Weatherman JACK SCOTT
We are always being urged to become more mature. But many famous people, including some of our greatest leaders, have remained immature emotionally all their lives. Why is maturity so desirable? What are the obstacles in its path? How can it best be attained?
Rosemary Haughton Harry Williams talking to Alan Ryan
Producer OLIVER HUNKIN
from Manchester Cathedral with Jewish and Christian choirs and congregations from the district. Introduced by KEITH MACKLIN
RABBI P. SELVIN GOLDBERG PASTOR DENYS BAILDAM
0 God our help in ages oast (St Anne) Holy! Holy! Holy! (Nicaea) V'Shamru
Room at the Cross Y'hu L'ratson
The handwriting on the wall
Love divine. all loves excelling (Blaenwern)
Christ returneth! Sim Shalom
Guide me, 0 thou great Jehovah! (Cwm Rhondda)
Praise to the living God! (Leoni)
Conductors ARTHUR ROOKE
JACK FIXMAN , BERNARD WALTON
Organist DERRICK CANTRELL , HAROLD WEBSTER
Blessings by THE VERY REV ALFRED JOWETT (Dean of Manchester) and RABBI P. SELVIN GOLDBERG
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT starring
John Le Mesurier and Clive Dunn featuring
Don'Forget the Diver
The voice Of BUD FLANAGAN
Signature tune by Jimmy PERRY and DEREK TAVERNER , played by the BAND OF THE COLDSTREAM GUARDS conducted by their Director of Music CAPT TREVOR L. SHARPE Design by PAUL JOEL
Produced by DAVID CROFT
Second ARP Warden:
starring Rod Taylor
Jessica Tandy , Suzanne Pleshette and introducing
A spine-chilling tale which shows what can happen when the birds at the bottom of one's garden decide to take their revenge.
Produced, directed by ALFRED HITCHCOCK (Worth waiting for: page 9)
with Richard Baker; Weather
America herself is on trial -not just Lt Calley SENATOR MCGOVERN Who is really responsible for war crimes in Vietnam? In the light of the principles established at the Nuremberg Trials, Robert Mac Neil introduces a major international television enquiry, involving some of the principal people concerned in New York, London and Berlin.
Brigadier General Telford Taylor , Chief us Counsel at Nuremberg, now Professor of Law at Columbia University, argues his case that ' the My Lai Courts Martial cannot be fairly determined without a full enquiry into the higher responsibilities ... the same standards that applied 25 years ago.' His case is in three parts:
1: The Laws of War and the Nuremberg Principles disputed by Dean Adrian Fisher
Adviser to the us Judges at Nuremberg and Legal Adviser to the State Department. with comment from Dr Alfred Seidl
Defence Counsel for Rudolf Hess at Nuremberg
Sir Elwyn Jones
British Counsel at Nuremberg; former Attorney General.
2: The Conduct of Warfare in Vietnam disputed by Robert E. Jordan
Chief Counsel for the us Army. with comment from
General V. H. Krulak , us Marines, Special Adviser on SE Asia to Presidents Kennedy and Johnson. Sir Robert Thompson
Head, British Advisory Mission to Vietnam; Special Adviser to President Nixon.
Lt John Kerry, USN, Vietnam Veterans Against the War.
Pte Michael Schwarz , convicted of murdering civilians in Vietnam.
3: The Responsibility for War Crimes in Vietnam disputed by Professor John Roche Special Adviser to President Johnson with comment from
A. Frank Reel , Defence Counsel for General Yamashita Robert MacCrate
Presidential Commissioner for the My Lai Investigation.
In judgment on Telford Taylor 's case, leading international jurists Professor Seidl-Hohernveldern
Professor of Law at Cologne University and former Justice, International Court, The Hague. Elihu Lauterpacht , Qc,
Lecturer in International Law, Cambridge University. Justice Phillip Jessup
Former Chief us Justice, International Court, The Hague.
Producers TAM FRY , JOHN MILLER VOLKER VON HACEN (ZDF) HARRY MCCARTHY (NET)
Associate editor PETER PAGNAMENTA Editor MICHAEL BUKHT
Executive producer RICHARD FRANCIS
Produced in co-operation with NET (USA) and ZDF (Germany)
(Vietnam ... a criminal war?: page 3)
General V. H.