Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Directed by GERRY HYNES
(from Birmingham: repeated on Wednesday at 12.25 pm)
from St Andrew 's Shared Church, Cippenham, Slough
St Andrew's Church was built to be shared by the Anglicans and Roman Catholics of Cippenham. Celebrant FR DAVID WOODARD Choirmaster and organist DAVID CATLING Introduced by FR PATRICK MCENROE
Zechariah 12, v 9, to 13, v 1 Galatians 3, v 23, to 4, v 6 St Luke 9, vv 22-24 Hymns:
Come holy Ghost, creator come
Father in heaven, grant to thy children Firmly I believe and truly
Spirit of Jesus come live in me
TV presentation by RAYMOND SHORT
Introduced by LIONEL LAMBOURNE 10: The Scrapbook
Directed by TERRY DOYLE Producer VICTOR POOLE
Introduced by DAVID VINE with DAN MASKELL
10 : How to practise
Directed by JOHN RICKWORD Produced by JOHN DOBSON
Introduced by Vincent Kane.
Sketches played by Georgina Moon and Hugh Walters.
Sketches played by:
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Who will live on the land of Europe?
A report by Telefis Eireann
Written by JOE MURRAY
Produced by CHARLES scott
Weather for farmers
Bredang, a Stockholm suburb, includes two schools in its plan. Should we follow its example?
The Wimbledon Championships, which open tomorrow, will get through something like 18,000 specially selected tennis balls - all of them made by the firm that has been supplying Wimbledon since 1902.
Reporter COLIN RIACH
Production MICHAEL PRIESTLEY
Customers and connoisseurs explore the world of Antiques with Max Robertson Resident connoisseur Arthur Negus
Guest connoisseur Peter Lazarus Customers
Jan Butlin , George Baker
Director PAUL SMITH
Producer JOHN KING (from Bristol) (Books: see page 14)
Introduced by Michael Bentine
From the National Film Theatre 22 : Mack the Knife
A second look at some of the Mack Sennett slapstick comedians.
Producer RICHARD EVANS .
(A BBCtv production in association with Mitchell Monkhouse Associates and Raymond Rohauer )
The Man from The Folies Bergere starring Maurice Chevalier Ann Sothern , Merle Oberen
Maurice Chevalier 's own brand of entertainment is just as captivating in this Parisian tale of mistaken identity as it was m Love Me Tonight, and the spectacular dance routines make a fine background to his delightful songs.
Directed by ROY DEL RUTH
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Fernand. the Baron Cassini:
Premier of France:
Introduced by Derek Fowlds with Peter Cowap , Dieter Osweno
Script by GEORGE MARTIN
Music by THE BERT HAYES SEXTET Designer PAT JACKSON
Producer JOHNNY DOWNES
Leslie Thomas calls at six of the smaller British Isles: The Isles of Scilly; Fair Isle Luing (Inner Hebrides)
Holy Island; The Great Blaskets and Lundy
Produced by RONALD WEBSTER
Weatherman JACK SCOTT
When one man finds faith in a personal God, and another man loses it, do they pass each other along the same road? Does each arrive at the place which the other has left? Are the conversion processes recognisable - even similar?
Anthony Bridge (now Dean of Guildford) and Raymond Billington (lecturer in Social Sciences at Bristol Poly-technic) talk to Dr Grey Walter and Alan Ryan
Producer PETER FIRTH
The Lord Mayor of London appeals on behalf of St Paul 's Cathedral.
Symbol of hope to the British people and the English-speaking world, St Paul's needs help now if it is to survive in the future.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque to: [address removed]
from The Church of the Holy Trinity, Waringstown, Co Down with Choirs of local churches
THE MCCREADY SINGERS
LURGAN GIRLS COUNTY SECONDARY
INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL CHOIR Soloist HENRY HINDS
Organist R. A. MEGRAW
Conductor MICHAEL MCGUFFIN Introduced by EDGAR BOUCHER
All creatures of our God and King (Lasst uns erfreuen)
Let us with a gladsome mind (Monkland) Sing Hosanna (trad)
Nobody knows the trouble I've seen (Negro spiritual)
Praise we the Lord (French tune) The summer days (Forest Green)
In our dear Lord's garden (Castle Eden) Lord of all being (Ombersley) Hilariter (German)
Soldiers of Christ! arise (From strength to strength)
The King of love (Dominus regit me) I sing the almighty power (Solomon) Producer MOORE WASSON
Series producer PHILIP s. GILBERT
by Jimmy Perry and David Croft
Starring Arthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier and Clive Dunn
featuring John Laurie as Pte Frazer, James Beck as Pte Walker, Arnold Ridley as Pte Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Pte Pike
The voice of [signature tune]:
by William Shakespeare
[Starring] Eric Porter, Janet Suzman
with John Alderton, Michael Goodliffe, John Thaw and John Woodvine
(Eric Porter and Janet Suzman are associate artists of the Royal Shakespeare Company)
Son to Macduff:
with Robert Dougall and Weather
Playwright Peter Shaffer recalls James Mossman's career as television reporter, film maker and interviewer, with excerpts from Panorama reports about the Indians in Peru, from Vietnam, Laos and Singapore. It also includes extracts from a film on mental health, and interviews with John Berger, Vladimir Nabokov and Enid Bagnold, from Review. Twelve years in search of truth, and what James Mossman would have called 'reality.'
'For me it (reality) was increasingly in Vietnam, in the ghettos of America, in the rising racialist tensions in this country, and in Eastern Europe where the Russians still trample on the freedom that we take for granted.'
(Radio Times People: page 4)
New Zealand has become part of the British economy, supplying us with lamb, wool, butter and cheese. In return New Zealand's 21 million people have achieved one of the world's highest standards of living without industrialisation. Now New Zealand wants to preserve both that way of life and the economic force that supports it - her special relationship with Britain.
This report shot recently for the Money Programme portrays the mood and the changing society of New Zealand as Britain hovers on the brink of the Common Market. Reporter Alan Watson.