For Indian and Pakistani viewers Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director GERRY HYNES
(from Birmingham: repeated on Wednesday at 12.25 pm)
St Mary's Church, Tenby Conducted by the Rector, THE REV LAWRENCE BOWEN
Television presentation TREGELLES WILLIAMS
What's your Yield?
Wheat 90 ewts +, potatoes 38 tons +, sugar beet 35 tons +
DAVID RICHARDSON reports on crop potentials.
Produced by ROBIN HICKS (from Birmingham)
Weather for farmers
Everyday life in a Great House 2: The Eating Room
An army of servants were required to run a house like Saltram. The spacious kitchen vied with the elegance of the Adam Eating Room where the guests ate and drank to excess.
Script RONALD FLETCHER Director RAY COLLEY
Producer victor POOLE (Book: page 10)
Welcome to Britain - 3
Sampling the gracious way of life in ancient country houses has become a relatively new attraction for American tourists. DOMI-NICK HARROD joined one group.
Producer IVOR YORKE
Customers and connoisseurs explore the world of Antiques with Max Robertson Resident connoisseur Arthur Negus
Hugo Morley-Fletcher . Customers
Margaret Powell Leslie Crowther
Director PAUL SMITH Producer JOHN KING (from Bristol)
at the All England
Jumping Course, Hickstead featuring today
The Equestrian Teams of THE UNITED STATES, GERMANY ITALY, IRELAND, SPAIN FRANCE, GREAT BRITAIN as they contest
The Edward, Prince of Wales Cup: The Nations Cup
This major international team contest in which international teams of four riders are required to jump a testing course twice, with the aggregate of faults deciding the competition. The event will provide a fitting climax to this Hickstead meeting and an absorbing spectacle for the capacity crowd which will include HRH Princess Anne who will present the trophy to the winning team.
Commentator DORIAN WILLIAMS Introduced by DAVID VINE
Presented for television by ALAN MOUNCER (Radio Times People: page 5)
A BBC expedition explores two Brazilian cities - Manaus, isolated within 1,000 miles of jungle; and Brasilia, the new capital built in an extraordinary burst of activity on the semi-desert high plateau of the interior.
Music JOHNNY SCOTT
Producer BRIAN BRANSTON
Co-production with Bavarian Television
Weatherman GRAHAM PARKER
Bernard Levin probes some hopes and schemes for the future
This week: Newspapers Michael Finley points to some hopeful developments, describes what he wants to see come of them and discusses his ideas and ideals with Charles Wintour , Paul Johnson Professor Ronald Preston and Katharine Whitehorn
(Repeated: Monday at 1.0 pm)
Stories in the Bible told with pictures 3: The Flood
Storyteller RAY SMITH
Adapted for television and produced by MOLLY COX
appeals on behalf of The Chalfont Centre where 500 people suffering from epilepsy are cared for and, where possible, are given job training and rehabilitation for return to normal life.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque to: [address removed]
from Newlands (South) Parish Church, Glasgow.
Introduced by DAVID STEEL
With united district Church choirs from Shawlands, Langside and Cathcart.
Behold! the mountain of the Lord (Glasgow)
Songs of praise the angels sang (Monkland)
Balm in Gilead (Spiritual arr Phillips)
0 come, let us sing to the Lord (Bon Accord)
Behold us, Lord (Currie)
The Lord's my Shepherd (Wiltshire)
Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me (Evening Prayer)
Ye servants of God (Laudate Dominum) The Saviour Dy'd (St Andrew)
Organist WILLIAM M. LIDDELL
Conductor ROBERT C. ROUTLEDCE Prayer and Blessing by THE REV ALWYN J. C. MACFARLANE Director RALPH SMITH
Producer RONALD FALCONER From BBC Scotland
by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT starring
John Le Mesurier and Clive Dunn featuring
The Two and a Half Feathers
The voice of BUD FLANAGAN
Signature tune by JIMMY PERRY and DEREK TAVERNER Designer PAUL JOEL
Producer DAVID CROFT
Paul Newman stars in the fourth of a short season of his greatest films, together with Geraldine Page and Shirley Knight
Ed Begley , Rip Torn
Paul Newman is an unsuccessful Hollywood beach-boy whose final attempt to impress the folks at home goes sadly awry in this screen version of Tennessee Williams's successful Broadwayplay.
Written and directed by RICHARD BROOKS (This Week's Films: page 9)
Alexandra Del Lago:
Thomas J Finley, Jr:
Dr George Scudder:
with Robert Dougall and Weather
A dramatic investigation into the life of George Moore
Irish Man of Letters, 1852-1933
The story of George Moore , dunce, genius, an impossible person, is a fascinating insight into the manner of man who declared that ' education is the source of half the trouble in the world.' Denys Hawthorne , actor, joins
Allan McClelland in this quest for
Moore, the man and artist. Taking part
Dominic Behan , David Garnett Lady Glenavy, John Laurie
Jack Loudan , Christopher Medley Sir jFrancis Meynell
Beverley Nichols , Athene Seyler Dame Sybil Thorndike and the voices of Peadar O'Donnell and Philip O'Reilly
In excerpts from Celibate Lives
Piano improvisations by BEVERLEY NICHOLS Drawings by EDMOND KAPP
Written by ALLAN MCCLELLAND Producer JOHN GIBSON
Discussions between leading Britons and Europeans on the future of the European Community - and how it could affect Britain.
4: Why a European Community?
Six nations came together 14 years ago to form the European Economic Community. And now Britain and three other countries may be joining them. Why is this community a necessity? Does Europe need this common market - or the political union that could result from it? And what would be the role of the ' United States of Europe ' if they became fact? A third super-power, or the middleman in super-politics? The Rt Hon Douglas Jay , mp discusses these questions with Professor Jean Rey , former President of the EEC Commission
Producer ARTHUR MAIMANE Editor ROBERT ROWLAND