Produced and presented by Saleem Shahed
by Frederick C. Gill
The story of a 17th-century Puritan - hymnwriter, controversialist, teacher of meditation, expert on prayer and on politics, lover of unity and object of hatred.
The Southwark Singers
(From the Church of All Hallows, London Wall)
A report by Telefis Eireann
Weather for farmers
For nearly a quarter-of-a-century the Radiochemical Centre at Amersham has provided doctors, engineers and technical specialists all over the world with radioactive substances - and made a profit.
Harry Carpenter looks back over the first week of the tournament and provides you with an opportunity of seeing the highlights of the outstanding matches of the early rounds.
Starring Howard Keel
with Esther Williams, Red Skelton
and Ann Miller, Keenan Wynn, Paula Raymond
A third-rate showman and his assistant assume the identity and the expense account of a Texas cattle baron and his daughter in this lively and entertaining musical which takes the lid off life in the oil state.
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Introduced by Derek Fowlds
with Vanity Fare, The Hermanis
Gillian Phelps, Stuart Sherwin, Brian Vaughan
The Bert Hayes
The world-famous modern Viking Thor Heyerdahl wanted to test his controversial theory that the Ancient Egyptians could have reached the Americas thousands of years before Columbus. He decided to build a boat from materials that would have been available to the Pharaohs. It was constructed of papyrus reeds and scientists were quick to tell him that it would become waterlogged and sink. It looked as though they might be right, for after sailing 2,700 miles Ra was battered by a storm and abandoned by its seven-man crew. But Heyerdahl was determined to try again.
(The expedition of Ra II "By Papyrus Boat Across the Atlantic" BBC1 next Sunday at 5.5. Part 10 of "The Ra Expeditions": Friday, Radio 4 4.30 pm)
English version produced by:
'Drinking, drinking, drinking - working, drinking - then thieving - anything, doing silly little jobs....' that was Dave Brown's life until four years ago. Now he runs two hostels for the rehabilitation of alcoholics in Oxford, lectures on crime and the criminal and talks to undergraduates about his recently discovered faith.
'Without faith, I think I'd still be back out there on the bottle.'
Introduced by Archie Hill
from Greyfriars' Church, Dumfries
Introduced by David Steel
with local Church Choirs, Dumfries Male Voice Choir (conductor Andrew Young), Dumfries Academy Choir and Singers and Dumfries Choral Society
Rejoice, the Lord is King (Darwall)
At even, when the sun was set (Angelus)
Kum Ba Yah (African trad)
Most sweet and pleasing (Campian)
Praise waits for thee (St Stephen)
Lord, thy word abideth (Ravenshaw)
To the Name of our salvation (Lincluden)
Who is on the Lord's side? (Armageddon)
O sing a song of Bethlehem (Falan-Tiding)
Go down Moses (Negro Spiritual: arr J.M. Walker)
Never weather beaten sail (Campian)
Now the day is over (Lyndhurst)
Praise to the Lord (Lobe den Herren)
From BBC Scotland
Dumfries Male Voice
Dumfries Academy Choir and
Prayer and Blessing:
The Rev John
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 Bud Flanagan
Writer/Signature Tune [words]:
The voice of (Signature tune):
Signature Tune [music]:
Lance Corporal Jones:
Paul Newman stars in the first of a short season of his greatest films, tonight with Joanne Woodward, Anthony Franciosa, Orson Welles, Lee Remick, Angela Lansbury
Paul Newman as a ruthless opportunist and Orson Welles as an experienced schemer form an uneasy friendship in this Faulkner drama set in his beloved Mississippi, about an ageing aristocrat who wants a grandson.
with Richard Baker, and Weather
"What I have done is equivalent to winning the World Cup. The Russians realise this... but Britain doesn't seem to."
John Lill, the 26-year-old pianist who shared First Prize in the 1970 Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow. From 200 entrants, John Lill was one of five finalists. His virtuoso performance of the test - Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No 1 - makes him sound modest.
Produced by Central Moscow Documentary Film Studios
(Radio Times People: page 4)
Presented for BBCtv by:
Discussions between leading Britons and Europeans on the future of the European Community - and how it could affect Britain.
If Britain joins, how much sovereignty will we have to surrender? Where will power lie and who control it? Is the possibility of a United Europe becoming a super power cause for comfort or concern?
The Rt Hon Enoch Powell, MP and Professor Walter Hallstein former German Foreign Minister and first President of the Common Market Commission
The Rt Hon Enoch