Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED from Birmingham: repeated on Wednesday at 1.0 pm (not N Ireland)
from Victoria College, Jersey
Staff and boys of the school reflect on man's relationship to his environment and his fellow man. From the high ground behind the school, headmaster MARTYN H. DEVENPORT looks out over St Helier, the coast and countryside which provide a theme for music, readings and discussion.
Producer R. T. brooks
The Royal Institution, London, Annual Lectures to Young People in tribute to
Geoffrey Gouriet formerly Chief Engineer
BBC Research and Development 1: How It All Began
Nowadays, we take transistor radios, hi-fi, and colour television for granted. Yet, 50 years ago, these things would have seemed fantastic. With fascinating experiments, GEOFFREY GOURIET takes us back even further.
Producer ALAN SLEATH
(Lecture 2, Sunday 5 August: first shown on BBC2)
ROY GREGOR reports from a remote Scottish hill farm.
Director JOCK MEARNS
Producer JOHN KENYON BBC Scotland
Weather for Farmers
Cut and Thrust Market: From a small West London factory, established 200 years, swords are sent all over the world. Reporter BRIAN HOEY
Producer TONY CHIVERS
Introduced by RON PICKERING 6: Triple Jump with TOM MCNAB and JOHN CROTTY
Director JOHN RICKWORD
Producer JOHN DOBSON
told by RICHARD BAKER
With DEREK GRIFFITHS
and The Diddymen in The Plague of the Diddy Fireflies
Director ANDREW SNELL
Producer STAN PARKINSON (from Manchester)
For Those in Peril ... Three Months with the Bridlington Lifeboat
' Why do men go out on lifeboats when they get frightened and they get cold and some ot them get sea-sick? There is no logical answer ' JOHN KING , Coxswain.
For Those in Peril ... sets out into a January gale; brings a sick man off a tanker; plunges out through the big waves to a sinking yacht ... and the nearest it comes to an answer are the words of GEORGE TRAVERS, Second Coxswain: 'You feel rough, you swear blind you'll never go to sea no more, but if somebody can just come up and say " thank you " for saving their lives, that means a hell of a lot.'
A sea-salty documentary ... a great half hour's viewing . . . (DAILY EXPRESS) Film cameraman PAUL BERRIFF Producer RICHARD ROBINSON
A film series which concentrates on a few hours of intense activity. 1: The Visit'
What happens to a factory full of people when faced with a visit from the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and Princess Anne?
This is a film about the last-minute preparations in the board-room and on the factory floor: the painting, the- cleaning, the rehearsals, and the last-minute changes of plan.
Producer MIKE WOOLLER Director TIM KING
Tyrone Power , Orson Welles
Andrea Orsini , sent on a murderous assignment by the infamous despot Cesare Borgia , finds himself falling under the spell of his intended victim.
Director HENRY KING
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by NINA BAWDEN
Dramatised in four parts by ROSEMARY ANNE SISSON
Mary has made the acquaintance of Simon. Later, she sees an Indian boy come ashore.
Producer JOHN MCRAE
Director MARY RIDGE
Weatherman JACK SCOTT
The second of two films in which John Betjeman looks at some of the ways Londoners spend their Sundays.
Film editor EDWARD ROBERTS
Producer JONATHAN STEDALL
Repeated on Tuesday at 11.35 pm
from St Paul's Church, Bedford with local church and school choirs
Introduced by GEOFFREY WHEELER
Good Christian men (Vulplus)
Jesu, the very thought (St Botolph)
All my hope on God isfounded (Michael) 0 brother man (Shaw)
God moves in a mysterious way (London New)
Come let us all this day (Bach)
Who would true valour see (Monks Gate) The Lord is my Shepherd (Schubert)
Commit thou all thy griefs (Song 20: Gibbons)
All creatures of our God and King (Lasst uns Erfreuen)
Tomorrow shall be my dancing day (trad) The duteous day (Innsbruck)
Forth in thy name (Angel's Song)
Organist MARY HICKS
Conductor F. D. s. RAWLINS Prayer and Blessing by REV CANON ROBERT BROWN
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
by JANE AUSTEN : dramatised in six parts by DENIS CONSTANDUROS - 6 Harriet has been rescued from an embarrassing situation and her susceptible emotions have been stirred again. Emma has been reprimanded by Mr Knightley.
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE Director JOHN GLENISTER
A season of films displaying the many-sided talents of Peter Sellers Tonight starring with Mai Zetterling, Virginia Maskell and Richard Attenborough
The librarian in a Welsh town lives in an atmosphere of cluttered discomfort at home and irritation and boredom at work.
Producer LESLIE GILLIAT Director SIDNEY GILLIAT
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with John Edmunds ; Weather
The first of six visits to the Royal Albert Hall for the 1973 Henry Wood Promenade Concerts. Iona Brown plays
Walton Violin Concerto in B minor with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra leader ERICH GRUENBERG
Conducted by James Loughran The programme begins with Elgar's Cockaigne Overture
Introduced by RICHARD BAKER
Director BRIAN LARCE
(Part of the concert given on 21 July)
Editors and top journalists consider the issues behind the news. Chairman William Hardcastle
Director PATRICIA WOOD
Producer ELWYN PARRY-JONES