Produced and presented by Saleem Shahed
(from Birmingham: rptd Wed 12.25)
German for beginners: 25
(Books 25p, records Â£1.05 each: see p 54)
Spanish for beginners
Presented by Alison Skilbeck and Carlos Riera
with Juan-Ignacio Macia, Fiorella Renzi, Esperanza Alonso, Fernando Sanchez Polack, Antonio Cintado, Adriano Dominguez, Miguel Penaranda, Santiago Varela,
Language teaching adviser:
David Hargreaves [Actor]: Juan-Ignacio
Rebellion with God Introduced by THE REV ALEC GILMORE With CARMEN MUNROE
POLLY MURCH , MICHAEL SPICE JOY and JENNIFER
From Whitefield Memorial Church, Tottenham Court Road, London. Producer R. T. BROOKS
Get fit, look fit, and stay fit with Sue Becker
A BBC-Fremantle Int Inc co-production
(Repeated: Monday, 4.0; Wed, 10.45 am. Book 45p: see page 54)
Scenes from an Elizabethan life by Alison Plowden
(Book 70p: see page 54)
Mary, Queen of Scots:
You Can'See the Wood
DAVID BELLAMY continues his personal exploration of the country-side. He cuts down an oak tree and pickles it- a classic experiment repeated for the first time in 70 years.
Director MICHAEL WEATHERLEY Producer DAVID CORDINGLEY A BBC/NDR co-production (Book 75p: see page 54)
5: Long-Term Planning
Introduced by ALAN WATSON with JOE SMITH of the University of Aston
Owners and directors of small companies discuss the importance of long-term plans.
Director CHRIS JELLEY Producer PAUL ELLIS
(Book £1.25: see page 54)
Introduced by PHILIP WRIXON It's going up
Fertiliser spread from the air-is it really an economic proposition, and can compounds be mixed on the farm?
Producer JOHN KENYON (from Birmingham)
Join Roy Day and Phyllida Law in decorating a room
(Book 50p: see page 54)
The flurry of take-overs and mergers in the brewing industry has had an unexpected side-effect. It has forced the bottlers to fight harder for new customers in the export market.
Customers and connoisseurs explore the world of Antiques with Max Robertson
Resident connoisseur Arthur Negus
Hermione Waterfield Customers
Katy Manning , Gerald English
Director PAUL SMITH Producer JOHN KING (from Bristol)
Pursued by police, those empty-headed heroes Stan and Ollie give a new meaning to 'vacant possession' when they take refuge in a house while the owner's away.
with ventriloquist Shari Lewis and HUSH PUPPY, LAMB CHOP
Music by THE BERT HAYES trio
Presented by JOHNNY DOWNES
Jeanne Crain with Glenn Langan
Lynn Bari , Alan Young
The fads and fashions of the 20s adorn this warm and nostalgic tale of a quiet, unsophisticated girl who blossoms into the belle of her school.
Director HENRY KING
(This Week's Films: page 9)
7: Scramble for Africa
Britain gained control of Africa's two gateways to India - Suez and the Cape - but in doing so was drawn into trouble when other European nations began to grab slices of Africa. It looked as if they might get the lion's share until Cecil Rhodes determined to carve a path for a British railway from the Cape to Cairo.
Narrated by ROBERT HARDY
Series editor MAX MORGAN-WITTS
Commentary written by ROY LEWIS Producer ANTHONY ISAACS
A BBCtv/Time-Life co-production
In this series of six programmes one young person with a sure answer faces a small group of contemporaries who regard sure answers with suspicion.
This week: Bernadette Devlin, MP
Chairman Michael Dornan
The second of three programmes reflecting the songs being sung by young people today, to communicate and celebrate their faith. This programme contains material from a number of Midland schools - mixture of new songs, spirituals, and old hymns set to new tunes.
Introduced by David Winter
with choirs and groups from Aston Manor School, Birmingham; Cockshut Hill Girls' and Boys' Schools, Birmingham; St Nicolas School, Nuneaton; Wellingborough School; Wolverhampton Girls' High School
with his guests
Diahann Carroll and The Fifth Dimension
Another chance to see the second of two classic television specials starring the great Frank Sinatra , in which the young-in-heart entertainer puts the accent on the music of the 60s.
A programme recorded in America
Starring Deborah Kerr, Yul Brynner
with Robert Morley, E.G. Marshall
A group of foreigners, stranded in Hungary during the 1956 uprising, are detained within sight of the border by a charming but sadistic Russian officer who suspects that one of their number is a Hungarian in disguise.
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Produced and directed by:
with Kenneth Kendall; Weather
John Dankworth, Cleo Laine, Steve Race, Robin Ray Ken Russell
in "Whatever Turns You On"
or "Variations on a noisy theme"
These are some of the 'guinea-pigs' whose reactions to music are measured in tonight's programme, together with: Michael Aspel, James Blades, Johnnie Johnston, Susan Stranks and Eleanor Sommerfield
Play Rossini's William Tell and John Timpson 'rushes for the 8.03'; Strauss's Zarathustra provokes Ken Russell to cries of 'Superman' nonsense; Ken Dodd singing Tears is very upsetting for everybody. To some listeners it's the performance that matters; others simply enjoy a good tune. Why should this be? Why should music affect us in so many ways?
with Dr Kevin Murphy, Audiology Unit, Royal Berkshire Hospital
Duncan Steele, Sunfield Children's Homes
Juliette Alvin, British Society for Music Therapy
Commentary spoken by Michael Hordern
(Cleo Laine's Choice: page 5)
Don Ryder, Chairman of Reed International, the multi-million paper-to-paints corporation that includes ipc, publishers of the Daily Mirror, in its empire about
The cub reporter who became a tycoon
The sacking of Cecil King
What's wrong with Parliament What Britain must do to survive
Producer ELWYN PARRY-JONES
(Radio Times People: page 5)