Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director ASHOK RAMPAL (from Birmingham)
Bernard Shaw and the Black Girl by FREDERICK C. GILL
Reflections on SHAW's The Adventures of the Black Girl in Her Search for God With VALERIE MURRAY
LARRY BURNS , PETER COPLEY JOHN FRANKLYN-ROBBINS Narrator BASIL MOSS
From Roehampton Parish Church Producer R. T. BROOKS
A series of 26 programmes
24: Get fit, lbok fit, and stay fit With SUE BECKER
A BBC Fremantle Int Inc co-production Director BRYN BROOKS Producer SHEILA INNES
Henry Plumb At Home
The President of the National Farmers' Union talks to DAVID RICHARDSON , while his farm is inspected by 500 visiting farmers.
Producer JOHN KENYON (from Birmingham)
Weather for farmers
2: Laying the Lines
Presented by o. s. NOCK
Producer BRENDA HORSFIELD
Cleared for Take-off?
A report on the Rolls-Royce RB211 engine by the BBC's Air Correspondent REG TURNILL
Producer MICHAEL PRIESTLEY
with ventriloquist Shari Lewis and HUSH puppy
LAMB CHOP, CHARLEY HORSE
Music by THE BERT HAYES QUARTET Presented by JOHNNY DOWNES
Ken Dodd joins 300 children in rousing uninhibited singing of songs they want to sing - aided and abetted by THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD
THE NORTHERN DANCE ORCHESTRA conducted by BERNARD HERRMANN
Producer NICK HUNTER
Director HAZEL LEWTHWAITE (from Manchester)
starring Glenn Ford
Gia Scala , Anne Francis
The hilarious escapades of a group of Public Relations men armed only with typewriters and vivid imaginations, based on the tropical island of Tulura in World War II, whose duty is to tell the world about a land-locked Navy.
Director CHARLES WALTERS
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Lieut Max Siegel:
Lieut Alice Tomlen:
by Cyril Abraham
starring Peter Gilmore, Anne Stallybrass and Edward Chapman, Brian Rawlinson, Philip Bond, Howard Lang, James Hayter, Jessica Benton
James Onedin is anxious to purchase the schooner Charlotte Rhodes. Her owner, Capt Webster, refuses James's offer. However, the Captain has a daughter...
(Nasty James Onedin: pages 8 and 9)
Series devised by:
Weatherman BERT FOORD
Many people seem to spend the whole of their lives trying to live up to other people's expectations - parent, teacher, employer, priest. Is this inevitable? How far does it limit personal development? Michael Dornan introduces a film which is discussed by Victoria Brittain Graham Jay
Fr Harry Williams , CR
Script adviser RALPH RUDDOCK Producer OLIVER HUNKIN
(Radio Times People: page 5)
from the Parish Church, Folkestone.
Introduced by KEITH MACKLIN
The God of Abraham be praised (LeonI) Immortal, invisible (St Denio)
Christ is made the sure Foundation (Westminster Abbey)
Come 0 Creator Spirit (Veni Creator) King of glory (Gwalchmai)
Dear Lord and Father (Repton)
Firmly I believe and truly (Shipston) Love divine (Blaenwern)
Teach me my God and King (Sandys) Cross over the road
Eternal Father, strong to save (Melita) Jerusalem the golden (Ewing)
The day thou gavest (St Clement)
Conductor REGINALD ADAMS Organist PAUL POWELL
Prayer and Blessing by THE REV A. V. KINGSTON
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
Starring Vera Lynn with The Young Generation.
(The Young Generation are appearing in 'Pull Both Ends' at the Palace Theatre, Manchester)
Alyn Ainsworth and his
starring John Mills , Eric Portman with Christopher Rhodes
Lionel Jeffries , Bryan Forbes Ian Carmichael
The story of the allied ' escape artists' concentrated by the Germans in one fortress - Colditz.
Screenplay GUY HAMILTON, IVAN FOXWELL Based on the book by p. R. REID Director GUY HAMILTON Producer IVAN FOXWELL
(This Week's Films: page 9)
' Mac ' McGill:
with Robert Dougall ; Weather
Fiesta on the Clyde
A story of three weeks in Glasgow The first-ever Clyde Fair International, intended to become an ' 18-day annual fiesta,' was scheduled to open 10 days ago. The aims of this ' Festival of the People' are to reflect the good things of life in the area, and the pride of its people in their environment and their achievements. The Fair programme includes new plays by Scottish writers; street and children's theatre groups; and many other events. A disused store is being converted into a ' Kids Centre Glasgow's old Fruit Market is to become a Cabaret and Bazaar.
Do the people of Glasgow welcome this Festival in June 1972? Do they feel that the £200,000 budget adequately caters for all tastes? What are the problems of mounting such an event?
To find out, Omnibus film teams followed the organisers, participants and critics during the hectic three weeks leading up to its opening days.
Film cameraman CLIVE TICHNER Film editor ANGUS NEWTON
Written and produced by MICHAEL HOULDEY
A series of nine weekly matches filmed on the great courses of Britain and Ireland between a top American and a professional representing the rest of the world.
Tonight: Jack Nicklaus (US) v Bob Charles (New Zealand) at Wentworth.
Commentator HENRY LONGHURST
Producer PHIL PILLEY