Produced and presented by Mahendra Kaul
(from Birmingham: rptd Wed, 12.25 pm)
from The Working Men's College, Camden
F. D. Maurice was one of the most influential figures of the 19th-century - founding member of 'The Christian Socialist Movement,' controversial religious teacher, and founder of the Working Men's College.
Geoffrey Wheeler introduces Sir Robert Birley, Professor Gordon Dunstan, Canon Sydney Evans and Members of the Working Men's College
Members of the Working Men's
Is our industry efficient? How will it compete in the future? Philip Wrixon asks the questions.
Weather for farmers
Presented by Hamilton Ellis
At least 100 countries buy British-blended tea.
A Hal Roach film
with ventriloquist Shari Lewis and Lamb Chop, Charley Horse
The Bert Hayes
Alun Williams introduces young people with extraordinary and exciting ways of spending their leisure time.
Among today's guests are Terry Brain and Charles Mills of Bristol who have mastered the art of making animated film cartoons.
Introduced by Duncan Carse who explores the skill of the country craftsman.
Michael Canney visits the Stone Mason of Great Bedwyn, whose inhabitants quite understandably imagined that when they died their misdeeds were buried with them.
Mullion in Cornwall used to have a thriving lobster industry. Today Eddie Mundy still makes the pots in traditional style.
Starring William Eythe, Stanley Holloway, Hazel Court
with Basil Sydney, Margaret Rutherford
The light-hearted adventure of a professional duellist in the Paris of 1902, when nights were gay-and dawns were dangerous.
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Count de Brissac:
by Cyril Abraham
Starring Peter Gilmore, Anne Stallybrass
and Brian Rawlinson, Philip Bond, Howard Lang, Jessica Benton
James sails to Portugal, and is able to bargain for possession of his first square-rigged clipper. White sails billow against blue sky as he sails for S America...
Writer/Series devised by:
with Jimmy Reid Shop Steward, AUEW; Roy Grantham General Secretary, APEX facing a specially invited group of questioners
Introduced by Magnus Magnusson
The fourth programme in a series which examines the moral dilemmas and problems which people have to face in the course of their everyday work.
(Repeated on Monday, 12.55 pm)
from Rosemary Presbyterian Church, Belfast with choirs of the district and the Choir of Belfast Royal Academy
Introduced by Edgar Boucher
All people that on earth do dwell (Old Hundredth)
Thy hand, O God, has guided (Thornbury)
A Song of Praise (Eric Thiman)
You must have that true religion (Negro Spiritual)
For the might of thine arm (Cormac)
How great the harvest is (Oxford Book of Carols)
Soldiers of Christ, arise (arr Poston)
He thinks of me (Carey Bonner's Child Songs)
By an' by (Negro Spiritual)
Praise we the Lord (Oxford Book of Carols)
Be thou my vision (Slane)
O God, our help in ages past (arr Poston)
Trumpeters and timpanist from the City of Belfast Youth Orchestra
The Choir of Belfast Royal
Trumpeters and timpanist from the City of Belfast Youth
Prayer and Blessing:
The Rev E.
at the Royal Albert Hall
'What Have They Done to my Song, Ma?', 'I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing', 'Beg, Steal or Borrow'
Just three of the successes by this top-of-the-charts group included in this recording from their London concert at the Royal Albert Hall in April.
The New Seekers' recording of 'I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing' became a number one hit at the end of 1971. Early in the New Year this Roger Cook/Roger Greenaway song brought them a gold disc award - the first record in three years to sell more than a million copies in Britain.
A Novavette production
by Oliver Goldsmith
A Play of the Month presentation starring Tom Courtenay, Thora Hird, Juliet Mills
and Ralph Richardson as Mr Hardcastle
also starring Elaine Taylor
Young Marlow mistakes the house of his father's oldest friend for an inn - and that's how the fun starts in this warm-hearted and ingenious comedy.
"This production, ingeniously opened out to display the countryside setting, conveyed an irresistible zest, humour and sense of period." (Daily Mail)
(First shown on BBC2)
Sir Charles Marlow:
with Robert Dougall; Weather
Marcel Marceau talks to Patrick Garland and performs some of the mimes which he has made famous.
'I wanted to establish immediately a contact with the public, but a contact which would make the public wonder at the art of mime. Mime is the art which makes the invisible visible and the visible invisible and which makes the abstract concrete and the concrete abstract.'
(Marceau is all around you...colour feature, pages 8-9)
Dave Marr (US) v Bobby Cole (South Africa)
on the Queen's Course, Gleneagles.
Marr, former US PGA champion and Ryder Cup player, meets Cole, former British Amateur champion.
Prize-money: $4,000 to the winner $2,000 to the loser
(First shown on BBC2)