Produced and presented by Saleem Shahed
from Gilgal Baptist Church, Porthcawl, conducted by The Rev Dr Gwyn Henton Davies, Principal of Regent's Park College, Oxford
Service conducted by:
The Rev Dr Gwyn Henton
Introduced by David Richardson
A Haven in the Hills - with or without subsidy. Philip Wrixon visits a Radnorshire hill farm.
Weather for farmers
Presented by John van Riemsdijk
Bibles, too, are playing their part in Britain's export story.
Alun Williams introduces young people with exciting and extraordinary hobbies.
Among today's guests is taxidermist Ricky Pitcher of Epsom, who has a different approach to the preservation of wildlife.
Introduced by Duncan Carse who explores a footpath running between the Severn Bridge and Prestatyn in North Wales, following the line of the eighth-century dyke built by King Offa.
Michael Canney visits Donnington Brewery in the Cotswolds
(The small beer business...: page 11)
Starring Donald Sinden, Peggy Cummins
with Barbara Steele, Richard Wattis
Donald Sinden and Peggy Cummins play a young married couple who discover they can only inherit a much-needed legacy by getting a divorce.
Mrs Compton Chamberlain:
From the All England Jumping Course, Hickstead
This major event of the show-jumping calendar, worth ÃÂ£1,000 to the winner, takes on a double importance this year having been chosen as the final practice for the Olympic Games. All the possible candidates will be in action over a formidable combination of fences in the International Arena which will closely resemble the Munich course.
Introduced by David Vine
by Michael J. Bird.
starring Peter Gilmore, Anne Stallybrass
and Edward Chapman, Brian Rawlinson, Philip Bond, Michael Billington, Jessica Benton, Howard Lang
The Charlotte Rhodes, badly damaged by violent storms, is foundering...
Jill Tweedie of The Guardian, John Pilger of the Daily Mirror facing a specially invited group of questioners
Introduced by Magnus Magnusson
The third programme in a series which examines the moral dilemmas and problems which people have to face.
Sir Barnes Wallis, CBE, FRS President of the Bath Institute of Medical Engineering Ltd describes how doctors, scientists and engineers are working together on research and development of new medical aids for the chronic sick and disabled.
Donations, preferably by crossed PO or cheque, to: Sir Barnes Wallis, Bath Institute, [address removed]
from the Parish Church of St John Baptist, Yeovil
Introduced by Jeremy Carrad
Yeovil Choral Society and combined local choirs conducted by Tom Geen
Yeovil School Choir conducted by Dr David Evans
Angel voices ever singing (Angel Voices)
Praise to the Lord (Praxis Pietatis)
O breath of God (Calm)
At the name of Jesus (Camberwell)
Lord for thy tender mercy's sake (John Hilton)
O worship the Lord (Was lebet)
God whose city's sure foundation (Westminster Abbey)
Praise to the holiest (Somervell)
My song is love unknown (Love Unknown)
Glorious things of thee are spoken (Abbot's Leigh)
O thou who earnest from above (Hereford)
All people that on earth do dwell (Old Hundredth)
Yeovil Choral Society and combined local
Prayer and Blessing:
Prebendary Michael P.
The Rev Peter
A visit to Earls Court, London, for displays of skill, thrills, music and pageantry by the Armed Forces including:
The Musical Drive by The King's Troop, Royal Horse Artillery
The Field Gun Competition by The Royal Navy
National Dances by the Singapore Armed Forces
Commando Assault Course by The Royal Marines 42 Commando
Continuity Drill by The Queen's Colour Squadron, Royal Air Force
In the Bandstand: The Staff Band of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
(Radio Times People: page 4)
The Staff Band of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical
Outside Broadcast Director:
Starring Rosalind Russell, Natalie Wood, Karl Maiden
Based on a successful Broadway musical Gypsy is not just a screen biography of stripper Gypsy Rose Lee, it is the warm, funny and tuneful story of a mother's not quite selfless ambitions for her daughters.
Based on the memoirs of:
Producer and director:
with John Edmunds; Weather
Dame Marie Rambert, founder and director of Ballet Rambert, who was 84 this year, talks in her own home to Ronald Eyre.
Born in Warsaw, she remembers her childhood in a Russian-dominated Poland. Participation in the 1905 May Day revolutionary march led to her being sent to Paris to study medicine, but she saw Isadora Duncan dance, and that settled that. In 1912 she was asked by Diaghilev to help Nijinsky with the music of Stravinsky's Rite of Spring. She married Ashley Dukes, the playwright, in 1918 and together they built the Mercury Theatre, Notting Hill Gate. Marie Rambert was made DBE in 1962. Her memoirs, entitled Quick-silver, are published this week.
Ray Floyd (US) v Haruo Yasuda (Japan) at Killarney
Yasuda, first Eastern player to play in a US v World series, helped Japan to come second in the 1969 World Cup. He meets the 15-stone Floyd, Ryder Cup player and former US PGA Champion.
Prize-money: $4,000 to the winner $2,000 to the loser