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: Nai Zindagi Naya Jeevan

Produced and presented by Saleem Shahed
(from Birmingham; rept Wed, 12.25)
(Colour)

Contributors

Producer/Presenter: Saleem Shahed
Director: Ashok Rampal

: Wie bitte?: 7

A beginners' course in German
(Repeated next Saturday at 10.0 am)
[Repeat]
(Books and records: page 19)

: Zarabanda: 7

Spanish for beginners
(reptd on Wed 12 noon, Sat 10.30 am)
(Book and records: page 19)
(Colour)

: Interval

: Remembrance Day

1914-1918: 1939-1945
Today's Service of Remembrance comes from the Cenotaph in Whitehall where HM The Queen leads the nation's homage and from a home for disabled servicemen, as we remember not only those who gave their lives, but also those who still suffer as a result of two World Wars.
Described by Tom Fleming
(Colour)

Contributors

Commentator: Tom Fleming
Television Direction: Antony Craxton
Television Direction: Philip S. Gilbert

: Interval

: Fact and Fiction: 7: Henry VIII

His most recent biographer claims that the most striking thing about the Tudor monarchy was its weakness. Why was this?
Introduced by Professor J. Scarisbrick

Contributors

Presenter: Professor J. Scarisbrick
Director: Bryn Brooks
Producer: Howard Smith

: The Engineer's World: Am I the Right Size?

With Eric Laithwaite at Imperial College, London

What size should you make your new invention?

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Eric Laithwaite
Director: Jeremy Johnston
Producer: Michael Garrod

: Conflict at Work: 7: Disclosure of Information

Reshaping Industrial Relations

Will the Industrial Relations Act's provisions on disclosure change the power balance between unions and management?
Introduced by Graham Turner
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Graham Turner
Director: John Twitchin
Producer: Tony Matthews

: Closedown

: Farming: What price Amenity?

It's taken one water board over 10 years to get a new reservoir project under way - and more are needed.
David Richardson looks at the water crisis in Devon.
(from Birmingham)
(Colour)

Weather for farmers

Contributors

Presenter: David Richardson
Producer: Michael Marshall

: The Gap: Mass Media

A group of under-25-year-olds confront their elders in an attempt to clarify some of the misunderstandings between the generations on the subject of: Mass Media
Chairman Paddy Feeny
(from Bristol)

Contributors

Chairman: Paddy Feeny
Producer: John King

: Made in Britain: In a Monastery Garden

At a Benedictine abbey in the Cotswolds monks are producing pottery with world-wide fame.
(Colour)

Contributors

Reporter: Peter Brown
Producer: Michael Woolard

: News Headlines

: Going for a Song

Customers and connoisseurs explore the world of Antiques with Max Robertson
Customers Valerie Singleton, Ted Dexter
(from Bristol)
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Max Robertson
Resident connoisseur: Arthur Negus
Guest connoisseur: Anthony Du Boulay
Customer: Valerie Singleton
Customer: Ted Dexter
Director: Paul Smith
Producer: John King

: Here's Lucy: Lucy and Vivian Vance visit Tijuana

Lucille Ball stars as Lucy Carter with her children Desi Arnaz Jr and Lucie as Craig and Kim, and Gale Gordon as the long-suffering Harrison (Uncle Harry) Carter

Lucy and Vivian Vance visit Tijuana ...and come across an old Spanish custom!
(Colour) [Repeat]

Contributors

Lucy Carter: Lucy Ball
Craig: Desi Arnaz Jr
Kim: Lucie Arnaz
Harrison (Uncle Harry) Carter: Gale Gordon
Vivian Jones: Vivian Vance

: Western Approaches

A special presentation of the classic Second World War naval drama featuring serving officers of the Allied Navies and the Merchant Marine.
Produced by the Crown Film Unit
(This Week's Films: page 11)
(Colour) [Repeat]

Contributors

Photographed by: Jack Cardiff
Writer/Director: Pat Jackson

: Walt Disney The Wonderful World of Colour: One Day on Beetle Rock

A close look at some of the wildlife which burrow or fly, slither and pry in Sequoia National Park.
(Colour)

: Tom Brown's Schooldays: Part 1

Written in five parts by Anthony Steven
Based on the novel by Thomas Hughes
Set in England almost 150 years ago, this is the story of 'an average boy' and his schooldays.
(Acting Tom Brown: page 70)
(Colour)

Contributors

Writer: Anthony Steven
Based on the novel by: Thomas Hughes
Script Editor: Alistair Bell
Designer: Paul Allen
Producer: John McRae
Director: Gareth Davies
Mr Sloane: Norman Scace
Tom Brown: Anthony Murphy
Mary: Louise Jameson
Ellen: Brenda Cowling
Mrs Brown: Christine Pollon
Squire Brown: John Paul
Harry: Daniel Hill
Jacob: Christopher Reynalds
Sir Richard Flashman: Gerald Flood
Lady Flashman: Elizabeth Wallace
Flashman: Richard Morant
Cooey: Raymond Witch
Meg: Fiona Mathieson
East: Simon Turner
Dr Arnold: Iain Cuthbertson
Nixon: Colin Cunningham

Blog posts that mention this programme:

Tales out of school: Grange Hill, 40 years on 7 February 2018
Tales out of school: Grange Hill, 40 years on 7 February 2018

: News

(Colour)

Contributors

Weatherman: Jack Scott

: A Chance to Meet: Brigadier Sir Bernard Fergusson, GCMG, GCVO, DSO

Former Chindit and Governor General of New Zealand
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore

A series in which viewers question the beliefs and principles of men and women in the public eye.
(Repeated on Monday at 12.55 pm)
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Cliff Michelmore
Guest: Brigadier Sir Bernard Fergusson
Producer: Peter Chafer

: Jack Warner

appeals on behalf of Age Concern (National Old People's Welfare Council)
One-and-a-half million old people live quite alone, many in desperate conditions. Some 51,000 volunteers visit and support hundreds of thousands of them, but money is urgently needed.
Donations, preferably by crossed PO or cheque, to: [address removed]
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Jack Warner

: Songs of Praise

for Remembrance Sunday from St Edmundsbury Cathedral, Suffolk
with choirs from the Cathedral, local churches and schools, and the West Suffolk Youth Orchestra
Introduced by Peter West

O God, our help in ages past (St Anne)
Judge eternal (Rhuddlan)
He wants not friends (Bow Brickhill)
Turn back, O man (Old 124th)
Mine eyes have seen (Battle Hymn)
Psalm 150 (Britten)
Now thank we (Nun danket)

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Peter West
Musicians: The West Suffolk Youth Orchestra
Conductor: Keith Shaw
Organist: Harrison Oxley
Prayer and blessing: The Very Rev J.A.H. Waddington
Producer: Michael Shoesmith
Director/Series Producer: Raymond Short

: Morecambe and Wise Show

Written by Eddie Braben
Starring Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise
Eric and Ernie's special guests: Flora Robson, Esther Ofarim
Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen, Peter and Alex
featuring Ann Hamilton and Alan Curtis
With David March, Janet Webb
(First shown on BBC2)
(Colour)

Contributors

Writer: Eddie Braben
Orchestra directed by: Peter Knight
Designer: Gillian Howard
Producer: John Ammonds
Comedian: Eric Morecambe
Comedian: Ernie Wise
Guest: Flora Robson
Singer: Esther Ofarim
Musicians: Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen
Singers: Peter and Alex
[Actress]: Ann Hamilton
[Actor]: Alan Curtis
[Actor]: David March
[Actress]: Janet Webb

: The Great Stars: My Cousin Rachel

[Starring] Richard Burton
The last of three films featuring one of today's greatest stars
with Olivia de Havilland

A 19th-century tale of love and revenge set in Italy and Cornwall.

(This Week's Films: page 11)

Contributors

Based on a novel by: Daphne du Maurier
Writer/Producer: Nunnally Johnson
Director: Henry Koster
Philip: Richard Burton
Rachel: Olivia de Havilland
Louise: Audrey Dalton
Nick Kendall: Ronald Squire
Ambrose: John Sutton

: News

with Richard Baker; Weather
(Colour)

Contributors

Newsreader: Richard Baker

: Omnibus: Duke Ellington and his Orchestra

Recorded last month during a public concert at the Odeon, Hammersmith, London

Reeds: Paul Gonsalves, Harold Ashby, Harold Minerve, Norris Turney, Russell Procope, Harry Carney
Trumpets: Cootie Williams, John Coles, Edward Preston, Harold Johnson, Mercer Ellington
Trombones: Chuck Connors, Malcolm Taylor, Mitchell Wood
Bass, Joe Benjamin
Drums, Rufus Jones
Vocals, Mel Brookshire

(Duke Ellington and his Orchestra appear by arrangement with Robert Paterson). Ellington at 72: page 3
(Colour)

Contributors

Band Leader/Pianist: Duke Ellington
Tenor Saxophonist: Paul Gonsalves
Tenor Saxophonist: Harold Ashby
Saxophonist: Harold Minerve
Alto Saxophonist: Norris Turney
Clarinettist/Alto Saxophonist: Russell Procope
Baritone Saxophonist: Harry Carney
Trumpeter: Cootie Williams
Trumpeter: John Coles
Trumpeter: Edward Preston
Trumpeter: Harold Johnson
Trumpeter: Mercer Ellington
Trombonist: Chuck Connors
Trombonist: Malcolm Taylor
Bass Trombonist: Mitchell Wood
Bassist: Joe Benjamin
Drummer: Rufus Jones
Singer: Mel Brookshire
Lighting: Harry Thomas
Sound: Chris Holcombe
Producer: Geoffrey Haydon

: Parkinson

Round off the weekend with Michael Parkinson and his guests

(Monday, 7.3 pm Radio 2: After Seven)
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Michael Parkinson
Musicians: The Harry Stoneham Five
Designer: John Stout
Director: John Burrowes
Producer: Richard Drewett








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