Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director ASHOK RAMPAL (from Birmingham)
o Babell Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Frenhinol Cymru, Hwlffordd.
Llywydd Y PARCH J. TOWYN JONES. Pregethwr Y PARCH W. J. GRUFFYDD Gweddiau
YR HYBARCH ALEC B. LEWIS, Archddiacon Tyddewi
Darllen Y PARCH HAYDN 0. JOHN
CÔR YR EISTEDDFOD o dan arweiniad JOHN DAVIES Organydd ARNOLD LEWIS
from All Saints Church,
Down Ampney, Gloucestershire
Man's World: Reflections on the environment introduced by The Bishop of Gloucester, THE RT REV BASIL GUY With BARBARA BLISS
PETER COPLEY and JOHN GABRIEL
Producer R. T. BROOKS
Farming Deer: ROY GREGOR reports from a remote Scottish Hill Farm.
Director JOCK MEARNS
Producer JOHN KENYON (from Scotland)
Weather for farmers
6: Comfortable Carriage
Presented by HAMILTON ELLIS Director JEREMY JOHNSTON
Producer BRENDA HORSFIELD
Managing Director, Gt Britain Ltd The Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, John Davies, MP , talks to DOMINICK HARROD about British industry's performance in world markets.
Producer ALAN KUMM
A journey with Bob Langley along Britain's longest public footpath: 250 miles from Edale in Derbyshire to Kirk Yetholm in Scotland.
Film editor LAURIE CHOAT Director BILL JONES Editor MICHAEL BUNCE
Alun Williams introduces young people with extraordinary and exciting ways of spending their leisure time.
Amongtoday's guests: philip RISBY of Somerset and CHRISTOPHER BARNES of Yorkshire who keep in touch by radio, and a young woodcarver from the Midlands.
Producer DEWI GRIFFITHS
Introduced by Duncan Carse
FRANK MELLOR reports from Westmorland on an expensive rodent that threatens the peace of the River Lune.
Ellel and District farmers hold their annual ploughing match.
MICHAEL CANNEY retraces the foot-steps of George Borrow, who in 1854 walked alone through Wales and recorded his adventures in the best-seller Wild Wales.
Producer PETER CRAWFORD (fr.om Bristol)
starring Leslie Caron
Mel Ferrer , Jean-Pierre Aumont with Zsa Zsa Gabor , Kurt Kasznar
A poor French girl finds romance and adventure with a group of travelling showmen.
Based on a story by PAUL GALLICO Director CHARLES WALTERS
by Cyril Abraham
starring Peter Gilmore, Anne Stallybrass and Edward Chapman, Philip Bond, Brian Rawlinson, Howard Lang, Jessica Benton, Michael Billington
Is Elizabeth's baby a bastard? Albert suddenly comes face-to-face with a new possibility, while James sets forth on a troubled voyage to Quebec.
Two GPS with long experience as family doctors in very different communities face a medical student, a young doctor, a journalist and a social worker
Introduced by Magnus Magnusson The sixth programme in a series which looks at some of the moral problems which people meet in a day's work.
Director SIMON WADLEIGH
Producer VERNON SPROXTON
(Repeated: Monday 12.55 pm)
During the last year some 500 hymns have been included in the 'weekly Songs of Praise programme. This new series of six programmes contains a selection of those items - mostly old favourites with a sprinkling of new songs and spirituals. They are sung in the open air, in churches and in chapels, by choirs and congregations of all ages, throughout the length and breadth of Britain.
Introduced by Barbara Mullen
O worship the King (Hanover) Love divine (Blaenwern)
I cannot tell why he. whom angels worship (Londonderry Air) Open up them pearly gates
Jesu lover of my soul (Aberystwyth)
Eternal Father, strong to save (Melita) Amazing grace Joys seven
Glory to thee, my God (Tallis Canon)
Producer RAYMOND SHORT
A repeat of the television special made earlier this year by one of the world's finest singing stars. with JOHNNY HARRIS AND HIS ORCHESTRA and SEGMENT
Choreographer NIGEL LYTHGOE Designer J. ROGER LOWE
Producer STEWART MORRIS
starring Glenn Ford, Ingrid Thulin, Charles Boyer, Lee J. Cobb, Paul Henreid
Two branches of a large Argentinian family find themselves on opposite sides during the German occupation of Paris.
Based on the novel by VICENTE BLASCO IBANEZ
Director VINCENTE MINNELLI
Based on the novel by:
Karl Von Hartrott:
Heinrich Von Hartrott:
Dona Luisa Desnoyers:
Elena Von Hartrott:
General Von Kleig:
with Robert Dougall and Weather
The second of five visits to the Royal Albert Hall for the 1972 season of Henry Wood Promenade Concerts
Misha Dichter plays
Brahms Piano Concerto No 1, in D minor with the London Symphony Orchestra leader JOHN GEORGIADIS conducted by Colin Davis
Introduced by RICHARD BAKER
Director BRIAN LARGE
(Part of last Monday's concert)
United States v The World Gene Littler (us) v
Gary Player (South Africa) at Sunningdale
A meeting of two of the outstanding players of recent years: Ryder Cup player Littler, one of the few to have won the us Amateur and Open titles, against Player, one of only four men to have won the world's four major championships.
Prize-money:$4,000 to the winner $2,000 to the loser
Commentator HENRY LONGHURST
Producer PHIL PILLEY