A special compilation of music favourites for Pakistani and Indian viewers with Nazir Begum, Surraiya Multankar, K.K. Khanna, Alam Lohar
Produced and presented by Saleem Shahed
(from Birmingham: repeated on Wednesday at 12.25 pm)
from St Bride's Parish Church. West Kilbride, Ayrshire
Led by the Minister The Rev William Penny
Praise: Psalm 84, w 1-4 (St Magnus)
Loving Shepherd (668: Battishill)
How sweet the name (419: St Peter)
Thou whose almighty word (364: Moscow)
Immortal, invisible, God only wise (12: Joanna)
(from BBC Scotland)
Service led by:
The Rev William
The Rev Ralph
What would be the effect on costs and prices?
John Cherrington reports.
Weather for farmers
Everyday life in a great House
For 20 years John Parker divided his time between town and country. At Saltram, when Parliament was not in session, Mr Parker found his leisure interrupted by the affairs of public life.
(Book: page 11)
In the last part of a report on tourism Michael Purton asks homegoing foreign visitors what they think of Britain and the British.
On Monday 20 October 1919, disaster hit the little villages of St Just and Pendeen, near Land's End. Thirty-one men were lost in an accident which has been described as Cornwall's worst mining tragedy within living memory. Almost every household in the neighbourhood lost a relative. Shocked Cornishmen all over the world contributed money to help widows and orphans in the stricken villages.
Starring Eartha Kitt, Robert Clary, Ronny Graham, Alice Ghostley
with June Carroll, Virginia De Luce, Paul Lynde, Bill Mullikin, Rosemary O'Reilly, Allen Conroy, Jimmy Russell
New Faces - the revue that launched Eartha Kitt - became an institution on Broadway in the early 50s. In today's film version Eartha has ample opportunity to prove, in Orson Welles's words, that she is 'the most exciting woman in the world' with songs like 'C'est si bon,' 'Santa baby,' 'Uskadara' and 'Monotonous.'
An Edward L. Alperson production from the stage production by Leonard Sillman
(This Week's Films: page 9)
(Ken Dodd, Entertainer: Tuesday 7.30 Radio 4)
Introduced by Derek Fowlds
with White Plains, The Sylvos
Gillian Phelps, Alexander Houlgate, Richard Pescud
The Bert Hayes
A story of the Camargue by Gerald Durrell.
Folco Aubanel is a gardien, a man who watches over the wild black bulls in the marshes of the Rhflne delta. The bulls are reared for the course libre, a contest of skill, daring and sheer beauty, in which the animal is never killed but men risk their lives, Tolco's hopes are pinned on one bull of great promise, Marius.
(from Bristol: first shown on BBC2)
(Book: page 11)
Bernard Levin probes some hopes and schemes for the future
This week: Race
Gus John discusses his ideas and ideals with Pauline Crabbe, Judy Hillman, The Rt Rev Ian Ramsey and James Robertson-Justice
Gus John looks forward to a Britain in which the immigrant racial groups, far from being merged with the population as a whole, will play a distinctive part in the life of the community.
The Rev Ian
Stories in the Bible.
Hymns selected from last year's Songs of Praise programmes
Introduced by Barbara Mullen
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 [singer, signature tune]:
Lance Corporal Jones:
Starring James Stewart, Donna Reed
with Thomas Mitchell Lionel Barrymore
George Bailey has worked hard for his family and for the town. When he faces ruin help comes from an unexpected quarter.
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Produced and directed by:
with Kenneth Kendall
Ida Haendel is the soloist in Brahms Violin Concerto with the New Philharmonia Orchestra leader Emanuel Hurwitz conducted by Erich Leinsdorf
The second in a series of six programmes from the 1971 season of Henry Wood Promenade Concerts from the Royal Albert Hall.
Introduced by Richard Baker
(Next week: Debussy's "Iberia" and Stravinsky's "Petrushka". This Week's Proms: page 9)
The New Philharmonia
talking with Kenneth Harris
In 1941 Dean Acheson gave up his law practice to join the US State Department. Eight years later, President Truman made him Secretary of State.
Tonight he talks frankly about America in World War II and the years afterwards, about Korea, Prime Minister Attlee, the Russians and Senator McCarthy.