With LAKSHMI SHANKAR
USTAD IMRAT KHAN , and RAVI Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL from Birmingham: repeated on Wednesday at 1.0 pm (not N Ireland)
The Act of Believers Baptism followed by Communion
From St Julian's Baptist Church, Newport, Mon. Conducted by the Minister, REV R. j. INKLEY Preacher REV GEORGE EVANS
Commentary ALUN WILLIAMS Television presentation by JOHN STUART ROBERTS
Rev R. J.
Another chance to see
The Royal Institution, London
Annual Lectures to Young People by Geoffrey Gouriet Chief Engineer
BBC Research and Development 4: Pictures With and Without Wires
How was the great leap from radio to television achieved? GEOFFREY GOURIET shOWS how the pioneers of television solved their problem of transmitting pictures at fantastic speeds.
Producer ALAN SLEATH
(Lecture 5: Sunday 26 August: first shown on BBC2)
Group Farming in France
JOHN CHERRINGTON examines the effectiveness of grants and subsidies in French agriculture.
Producer JOHN KENYON (from Birmingham)
Weather for Farmers
Running on Fresh Air: Last week's Admiral's Cup series is expected to boost the growing demand for British boating equipment. Reporter MICHAEL PURTON
Producer MICHAEL PRIESTLEY
told by RICHARD BAKER
Bert's Boot by JEAN WATSON
with Anthony Smith 1: Bayerischer Wald , West Germany
A corner of Europe as it used to be 2,000 years ago - a place where bison can roam, and the cry of the wolf can once again disturb the peace of a primeval forest.
Executive producer NICHOLAS crocker Producer PETER BALE
(from Bristol; first shown on BBC2)
from the All England
Jumping Course, Hickstead, Sussex featuring
The Blue Riband of World Jumping
The British Jumping Derby
This great annual competition which has made Hickstead world-famous is contested over a course including all the International Arena's awesome permanent obstacles, with the Derby Bank
, and the Devil's Dyke taking pride of place. Sixteen fences over a distance of a mile and a quarter stand between the competitors and a total of 16,000 prize money, the richest show jumping purse in the world.
Since its inception only 12 clear rounds have been jumped in this competition, three of them by the incomparable ' Stroller whose retirement will be officially acknowledged this afternoon. Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD, DAVID VINE
ALAN MOUNCfiR and FRED VINER
What Debbie does: pages 6 and 7
Bernard Levin and a team of reporters plot the present position in matters of conduct and conviction. This week he invites
Anthony Lejeune , Harold Webb ' Malcolm Stewart and their guests to answer the question
Where do we stand on democracy?
Producer R. T. BROOKS
appeals on behalf of UFAW (The Universities Federation for Animal Welfare)
UFAW is concerned with the care, understanding and treatment of animals the wild, the domestic, and those used in research.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: John Hillaby [address removed]
from the John Ross Memorial Church for the Deaf, Glasgow Interpreted for the deaf by the minister,
REV J. STEWART LOCHRIE, MBE, JP Conductor WILLIAM GEMMELL
The congregation is joined by singers from St George's Tron Parish Church, Glasgow
Soloist CLIFFORD HUCHES
Organist william WRIGHT
Choirmaster JANETTE WRIGHT
Prayer and Blessing by REV ROBERT ALLAN Producer RALPH SMITH
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
by L. M. MONTGOMERY : dramatised in five parts by julia JONES: part 3 Gilbert Blythe has made fun of Anne's red hair, an insult for which she can never forgive him.
Producer JOHN MCRAE
Director JOAN CRAFT
A season of films displaying the many-sided talents of Peter Sellers Tonight starring with Ian Carmichael , Terry-Thomas and Dennis Price
Richard Attenborough Margaret Rutherford
After his demob from the Army, Stanley Windrush attempts to enter Big Business using the influence of his shady Uncle Bertram. Stanley soon finds himself a hapless pawn in a crooked scheme to inflame labour relations and provoke a strike.
Director JOHN BOULTING
This Week's Films: page 9
Sidney de Vere Cox:
with Kenneth Kendall ; Weather
Fourth of six visits to the Royal Albert Hall
Janos Furst conducts the London Mozart Players in music by Johann Strauss and Mozart Piano Concerto in G major (K 453) with Imogen Cooper as soloist
' Imogen Cooper has a high reputation as one of our best up-and-comings. Interesting, too, that a pupil of Brendel-who plays on Thursday - should be heard in the same week.' philip JONES
Introduced by RICHARD BAKER
Director BRIAN LARGE
(Part of the concert given on 11 August)
William Hardcastle discusses the role and power of the press with the USA's top editors. Among them: Ben Bradlee , editor of the Washington Post which first exposed the Watergate bugging and cover-up
Clayton Kirkpatrick , editor Chicago Tribune
Richard Pollak , editor (More), a periodical which keeps a critical eye on the American press.
Producer ELWYN PARRY-JONES
Washington scoop-a-day: page 4. Letters: page 52