Majlis in Birmingham
Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Director ASHOK RAMPAL ffrom Birmingham) Repeated Wed, 12.50 pm (not N Ireland)
from All Saints' Church, Burton Dassett , Warwickshire BASIL MOSS talks to
BILL YARDLEY , BILL GRIFFITH REV PETER BUCKLER with a section of the WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY YOUTH ORCHESTRA Conductor DAVID JONES
Producer R. T. BROOKS
Fourteen Million Tons for
Sale DAVID RICHARDSON reports on the prospects for this year's cereal crop.
Producer JOHN KENYON (from Birmingham)
Weather for Farmers
New Fields Romania offers growing markets to British companies as it looks increasingly to the West for its technology. Civil engineers working on an irrigation project show how they cope with a Communist government's very different way of conducting business. Reporter BRIAN BARRON
Producer ALAN KUMM
RON PICKERING continues his series about the track and field events. 4: High Jump
With JOHN ANDERSON,
BARBARA INKPEN and DAVID LIVESEY
Director JOHN RICKWORD
Producer JOHN DOBSON
told by RICHARD BAKER
With DEREK GRIFFITHS
and The Diddymen in The Crime Wave
With ARTHUR MULLARD, IAN TRIGGER
Puppetry by ROGER STEVENSON Script BOB BLOCK
Producer STAN PARKINSON (from Manchester)
Starring Andrew Duggan as Murdoch Lancer, James Stacey as Johnny, Wayne Maunder as Scott, Elizabeth Baur as Teresa
with guest stars Paul Brinegar, Pernell Roberts, Richard Carlson
Jelly is badly mauled by a cougar and to save his life Murdoch and Scott must find medical aid quickly. But in the nearest town they find that the only doctor is behind bars accused of being a dangerous phoney. Just how dangerous they have yet to discover...
(First shown on BBC2)
starring Clifton Webb
June Allyson , Van Heflin
Lauren Bacall , Fred MacMurray Arlene Dahl , Cornel Wilde
Before appointing the new general manager of his vast motor car concern, Ernest Gifford summons his three top salesmen to New York, with their wives, to investigate their abilities at close quarters
Director JEAN NEGULESCO
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The incredible world of the famous French underwater explorer and inventor - 55 fathoms beneath the Mediterranean. Narrated by ORSON WELLES
Written by JAMES DUGAN and IRWIN ROSTEN
Music by LALO SCHIFRIN
Filmed by PHILLIPPE COUSTEAU
Produced by the NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY and DAVID L. WOLPER
A serial in five parts
Written by ALISTAIR BELL
Based on the book by NINA BAWDEN Episode 5
Jones has been arrested and Tim has told the police about Smith. Perdita, convinced of Smith's innocence, has warned him of Tim's action and that he must be prepared to clear his name.
Cast in order of appearance
Producer JOHN MCRAE
Director DAVID MALONEY
PC Hamish MacDonald:
What are the Church, the State and voluntary groups doing for drop-outs and dossers and those with nowhere to live and nowhere to work? What more can be done to help them?
In the second of two programmes about people in need Joan Bake well talks to a group of homeless people and those who are trying to help them - including
David Ennals , former sip and now Director of CHAR; and Rev Bill Kirkpatrick of Centrepoint, Soho.
Director PETER ARMSTRONG Producer SHIRLEY DU BOULAY
Repeated on Tuesday at 11.35 pm
appeals on behalf of the Royal National Life-boat Institution
RNLI is supported entirely by voluntary contributions. The service costs over £3 million a year, and a huge modernisation programme is now under way.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: Raymond Baxter, RNLI[address removed]
from Bishopwearmouth Parish Church, Sunderland in the year of celebration for the 1300th birthday of Saint Bede. Introduced by GEORGE HOUSE Local church choirs conducted by KEITH TREWHITT o for a thousand tongues (Richmond)
Ye holy angels bright (Darwalls 148th) God, whose city's sure foundation (Westminster Abbey)
Sing we triumphant (Gonfalon Royal) 0 God of Bethel (Salzburg)
Ye servants of God (Laudate Dominum) Not far beyond the sea (Cornwall) For all the saints (Sine Nomine)
Organist DAVID SHIPPEY Prayer and Blessing
BISHOP KENNETH SKELTON Producer STEWART CROSS
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
by Jane Austen dramatised in six parts by Denis Constanduros
Frank Churchill and Emma have been discussing Jane Fairfax and the mystery surrounding the piano which she has been given.
Tonight's film also stars Ida Lupino with Alan Curtis , Arthur Kennedy Joan Leslie , Henry Hull
Released from prison, gangster Roy Earle sets off for the High Sierra mountains where the gang have set up headquarters to plan a new job. He is angered to find they have brought a woman - and her dog -with them.
Ida Lupino plays the moll, Marie, opposite Bogart as the tough ageing gangster-the 1941 role that turned him into a star.
Director RAOUL WALSH
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with Richard Whitmore ; Weather
Following the break-up of CREAM,
Ginger Baker , many times voted the ' world's best drummer,' set off from London armed with maps, compasses, cameras, film, nearly 80 gallons of petrol and assorted water carriers to drive to West Africa in search of new ideas and musicians to play with. In tonight's Omnibus, BAKER records the journey across the Sahara to Nigeria and the musical cultures he found when he arrived.
Film cameraman BOB BOLT Editor GRAHAM BUNN See feature pages
A Question of Confidence
Introduced by Desmond Wileox
Watergate and Poulson - Lonrho and Lambton. How seriously has the rash of recent scandals undermined public confidence in the men we elect to govern us? And, even before that, how much confidence did the average voter have in the MPs who represent him at Westminster? When we read reports of Parliamentary debates and watch political arguments on television, do we continue firmly to believe that politicians are the men who really run the country?
In an Opinion Research Centre poll, specially commissioned for this programme, the results reveal what we, the people, truly think of our politicians. How trustworthy are they? And how effective - for country or constituency? Do we trust MPs more or less as a result of television exposure? Should they vote for party -or conscience?
In the studio, with leaders of industry, trade unionists, journalists, ratepayers, rank-and-file party workers, pensioners and housewives, a group of this country's most influential front- and back-bench politicians debate A Question of Confidence.
Associate producer PHILIP GEDDES Producer ADAM CLAPHAM
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