Produced and presented by Mahendra Kaul
Repeated Wed 1.5 pm (not N Ireland)
in Trafalgar Square
That's the Spirit is the title of a week-long Festival of New Forms of Worship - being celebrated in ten central London churches. This service, which follows the liturgy of St Mark-in-the-Bouwerie, forms the climax of the week.
Speakers: the Celebrant, Rt Rev Colin Winter, Bishop of Damaraland-in-exile and Pauline Webb of the World Council of Churches.
Music: led by Reflection and Charisma
Intercessions: by members of the Lee Abbey International Club
The service is described by John Timpson
Rt Rev Colin
Members of the Lee Abbey International
Presented for TV by:
Get fitter, look better, think thinner with William Rushton and Dr Alan Howard, Al Murray, Mary Perigoe, Julie Stevens
Ninth of ten programmes
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A series of ten programmes
Who got the tea? And who got the compensation? The pay off in the Controlled Pace Negotiation exercise started last week.
Book 80p; see page 62
with Ian Simpson
Last of ten programmes
Book 80p: see page 62
Introduced by David Richardson
Research at the National Vegetable Research Station could have growers crying all the way to the bank.
Weather for Farmers
Export markets for the harpsichord, recorder and serpent.
Ron Pickering begins a series of 12 programmes about the field and track events.
With John Anderson, David Jenkins and Avril Halliday
'We all need to be best at something': see pages 3-4
A series of programmes looking at Canadian wildlife
Ian Nairn goes to Switzerland in the first in a series of European journeys in which he looks critically at townscape and countryside.
starring Andrew Duggan as Murdoch Lancer, James Stacy as Johnny, Wayne Maunder as Scott, Elizabeth Baur as Teresa
with guest stars Paul Brinegar, Eve Plumb, Andrew Prine
Johnny tangles with a very unusual young lady aged ten - and finds that she is a far tougher opponent than any outlaw!
Starring Betty Grable, Dan Dailey
Myrtle McKinley gets into the front row of the chorus and soon becomes the partner, and then the wife, of the star of the show.
This Week's Films: page 9
by MRS GASKELL : dramatised in six parts by MICHAEL VOYSEY
Molly's meetings with Mr Preston , on behalf of Cynthia, have been misinterpreted by the Misses Browning. Cynthia is in London paying a visit to relatives.
Designer SALLY HULKE Director HUGH DAVID
Miss Phoebe Browning:
Miss Dorothy Browning:
The painful problems presented by everyday life add up to a greater weight of suffering than the more dramatic 'extremity situations.'
Dr Wendy Greengross and two colleagues:
Mrs Pauline Crabbe, OBE, JP, Counsellor for the London Brook Advisory Centres and A Consultant Psychiatrist talk over some common difficulties with people who have asked for help.
Letters are treated in confidence and should be addressed to: Dr Wendy Greengross, Let's Talk It Over, [address removed]
A Consultant Psychiatrist [name
Sung by the Choir of Westminster Abbey
Moira Shearer introduces hymns and anthems reflecting the theme of the gift of the Spirit
Come down. 0 love divine; Come holy Ghost; Where thou reignest; 0 holy Spirit Lord of grace; God is a Spirit; Blest are the pure in heart; Hail gladdening light
Organist and Master of the Choristers DOUGLAS GUEST
Prayer and blessing by THE DEAN OF WESTMINSTER
Sound JOHN LIVINGSTONE
Lighting HUBERT CARTWRIGHT ProducerSTEWART CROSS Director NICK HUNTER
by Fay Weldon
starring Nigel Stock
with Robin Ellis, Susan Jameson
A quiet weekend in Wales for Thomas leads to the one moment in his life he has always dreaded.
Starring Jack Hawkins, Donald Sinden, Denholm Elliott, Virginia McKenna
The story of a Royal Navy corvette and her part in the Battle of the Atlantic, The Cruel Sea ranks among the classics of British war films. Based on Nicholas Monsarrat's best-selling novel, the film has an all-star cast headed by Jack Hawkins in his most famous screen role.
This Week's Films: page
Based on the novel by:
with Peter Woods; Weather
Omnibus presents one of a series of documentaries featuring some of the world's leading orchestras The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra conductor Zubin Mehta with Daniel Barenboim
Bhulamit Ran , the young Israeli pianist/composer, and members of the orchestra.
Filmed in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, the Judean desert and the open-air amphitheatre at Caesarea, and including extracts from Mozart's Prague Symphony, Beethoven's String Quartet Op 95, and Respighi's Pines of Rome.
THE ISRAEL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA was founded in 1936 by the Polish-born virtuoso violinist, Bronislaw Huberman, who called upon the Jewish musicians who were fleeing from Nazi Europe to join him in Palestine. The first concert was conducted by Toscanini. Despite the political and military unrest since then, the orchestra continues to survive, playing to capacity audiences.
... an extraordinarily stirring documentary. 'DAILY MAIL) Film cameraman KEN MACMILLAN Film recordist GEORGE CASSEDY Film editor DAVID NADEN Producer IAN ENGELMANN
The men who shape what we read in our newspapers, discuss how the week's news was covered. Each week William Hardcastle will chair a discussion in which editors and top journalists consider the issues which lie behind the news.