Produced and presented by Mahendra Kaul
(from Birmingham: reptd Wed 12.25)
German for beginners: 24
(Books 25p, records Â£1.05 each: see p 62)
Spanish for beginners
Presented by Alison Skilbeck and Carlos Riera
with Fiorella Renzi, Antonio Cintado, Fernando Sanchez Polack, Adriano Dominguez, Miguel Penaranda
from St Philip and St James Church Centre, Hodge Hill Common, Birmingham
Introduced by the Rector, The Rev Dennis Ede
With The Rev John March and The Rev John Wilkinson
The Rev Dennis
The Rev John
The Rev John
Get fit, look fit, and stay fit With SUE BECKER
A BBC-Fremantle Int Inc co-production Director BRYN BROOKS Producer SHEILA INNES
(Repeated: Monday, 4.0; Wed, 10.45 am. Book 4Sp: see page 62)
Scenes from an Elizabethan life by ALISON PLOWDEN
4: My Jewel Arbelle
Director RODNEY BENNETT Producer VICTOR POOLE
(Book 70p: see page 62)
Arbella (as a child):
Lord Leicester's man:
In Holland David Bellamy finds disappearing sand dunes that are keeping back the sea, investigates how they work and discovers the 'King' in The Kingdom of Canute
A BBC/NDR co-production
(Book 75p: see page 62)
Introduced by Alan Watson
with Joe Smith of the University of Aston
(Book Â£1.25: see page 62)
Introduced by JOHN CHERRINGTON At Half Cock
PROFESSOR MAC COOPER has often been rude about British farming, but he has also contributed widely to its progress.
PHILIP WRIXON gets his controversial reflections on 25 years in science and education.
Producer JOHN KENYON
Weather for farmers
Join Roy Day and Phyllida Law in decorating a room.
(Book 50p: see page 62)
First Aid for Doctors: Following recent expansion, a British-based group of companies now offers an international service to hospitals and medical laboratories. Reporter colin RIACH Producer Michael WOOLARD
Customers and connoisseurs explore the world of Antiques with Max Robertson
Customers Antoinette Sibley, Chris Kelly
in Chickens Come Home
Stan tries to pour oil on troubled waters but only succeeds in adding fuel to one of Ollie's old flames.
A Hal Roach film
Director JAMES HORNE
with ventriloquist Shari Lewis and LAMB CHOP, CHARLEY HORSE Music by THE -BERT HAYES TRIO Presented by JOHNNY DOWNES
starring Dan Dailey , Joanne Dru
The true story of ' Dizzy' Dean, the gifted pitcher who clowned his way through seven dynamic seasons to become a baseball immortal.
Director HARMON JONES
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Patricia Nash Dean:
Manager Ed Monroe:
After the Indian Mutiny the Raj was born, and in 1877 Queen Victoria was proclaimed Empress. Canals brought life to deserts; railways helped to unify the country. The memsahib arrived, and so did Civil Servants, often to become judge, doctor, and administrator all in one. Bureaucracy flourished, and at the very top reigned the Viceroy. Narrated by Robert Hardy
Series editor MAX MORGAN-WITTS Commentary written by PATRICK O'DONOVAN
Producer MICHAEL WEIGALL
A BBC/Time-Life co-production
This week: Tariq Ali, Marxist revolutionary
Chairman David Jessel
The first of a series of three programmes reflecting the songs being written and sung by young people today, to communicate and celebrate their faith.
Introduced by David Winter with Judy MacKenzie
Larry Norman , Good News
The Collegians conducted by JOHN MCCARTHY : from the crypt of St Paul's Cathedral
Lighting BERT OATEN
Sound GRAHAM HAINES
Producer MICHAEL SHOESMITH Director and series producer RAYMOND SHORT
A Man and his Music with Ella Fitzgerald and Antonio Carlos Jobim
Two great singers and a famous guitarist entertain with songs and melodies old and new including Ole Man River, Body and Soul, The Lady is a Tramp, The Girl from Ipanema, What Now My Love.
(A programme recorded In America; first shown on BBC2)
starring Trevor Howard
Dean Stockwell , Wendy Hiller Mary Ure , Heather Sears
A sensitive young miner's son struggles to find his identity amidst the bleak and claustro. phobic surroundings of a Nottinghamshire coalfield at the turn of the century.
Trevor Howard 's strong, penetrating study of an illiterate, hard-working miner is the outstanding feature of the powerful drama, one of the first film adaptations of a D. H. Lawrence novel.
Screenplay by GAVIN LAMBERT and T. E. B. CLARK
Based on the novel by D. H. LAWRENCE Music by LAMBERT WILLIAMS Director JACK CARDIFF Producer JERRY WALD
(This Week's Films: page 9)
T. E. B.
with Richard Baker
For the first of four Spinners' Specials, Tony, Cliff, Hughie and Mick went to Cornwall to sing of Spring and meet the fertility symbol of Padstow - the.grotesque 'Obby 'Oss.
On May Day for hour after hour the 'Obby 'Oss dances wildly to the Padstow May song, and the entire town throbs to the basic urges and music of Spring. The Spinners join the celebrations and also sing their own style of songs.
Producer BARRY BEVINS (from Manchester)
Imagine that the Germans had invaded England in the 1940s and occupied Hatfield House, Windsor Castle and Hampton Court, and then burnt them to the ground in revenge because they could not capture London.
That's the sort of situation that faced the Leningraders after the 900-Day Siege. They decided to restore everything that had been destroyed. They have been working for 25 years and it might take as long again to finish the task. English commentary spoken by Alan Dobie
Director YUZ GERSHTEIN Presented for BBCtv by JULIA MATHESON