with GOPIKRISHNA,KISHORE KUMAR Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL from Birmingham: repeated,on Wednesday at 12.50 pm (not N Ireland)
from All Souls,
Langham Place, London Conducted by the Vicar,
REV MICHAEL A. BAUGHEN assisted by REV JOHN A. ALDIS Preacher Dr Billy Graham
(Dr Graham is visiting London in connection with the Spre-e 73 meetings)
Hymns: 0 praise ye the Lord Angel voices ever singing Jesu lover of my soul To God be the glory
Readings: Isaiah 40: vv 9-11, 27-31 Mark 10: vv 17-27
Television presentation by RAYMOND SHORT Report on Spre-e 73: 7.30 pm, Radio 4
Another chance to see
The Royal Institution, London
Annual Lectures to Young People by Geoffrey Gouriet Chief Engineer
BBC Research and Development 6: Vision of the Future
GEOFFREY GOURIET shows US some recent discoveries and helps us to appreciate the exciting possibilities that lie ahead.
Director BRIAN JOHNSON Producer ALAN SLEATH
The Cheapest Meat on the Menu
A film on the growth and development of D. B. Marshall 's Chunky Chick empire. What price do we pay for cheap meat?
Producer PATRICK CHALMERS
Weather for Farmers
Facing the Music
Joseph Cooper , of Face the Music programme, talks about the piano, which is now making a comeback - not as the status symbol it used to be, but as a musical instrument that people actually play.
Producer MICHAEL PRIESTLEY
RON PICKERING continues his series about the track and field events.
10: Throwing the Javelin with WILF PAISH and DAVID TRAVIS
Director JOHN RICKWORD Producer JOHN DOBSON
by PATRICK MATTHEWS and mollie MATTHEWS told by RICHARD BAKER
Director HOWARD KENNETT ‡
With DEREK GRIFFITHS
Graphics by HILARY HAYTON and LAWRENCE HENRT Written and directed by PETER CHARLTON ‡
with Anthony Smith
A personal journey across four continents to see some of the world's great national parks. 3: The High Tatras of Czechoslovakia
This pocket-sized mountain range, rising dramatically to 8,000 feet, is Czechoslovakia's frontier with Poland. With no sea coast, no major lake, and little prospect of holidays abroad, the people of this land-locked country look on the High Tatras as their national retreat.
The Communist government declared the mountains a national park in 1948. Today they are even more bfeautiful and free and wild -holding now an even more important place in the hearts of Slovaks and Czechs for whom the Tatras mean so much.
Executive producer NICHOLAS CROCKER Producer PETER CRAWFORD
(from Bristol: first shown on BBC2)
A Western film series starring Andrew Duggan as Murdoch Lancer
James Stacy as Johnny Wayne Maunder as Scott Elizabeth Baur as Teresa with guest stars Barbara Lina
Donald Knight , Peter Palmer Lifeline
When a young woman predicts disaster - and a death - for the Lancers they refuse to take it seriously. But very soon events take a sinister turn ...
starring Rock Hudson
Leslie Caron , Charles Boyer with Walter Slezak , Dick Shawn
A French lawyer visiting America for a reunion with the daughter he hasn'seen for 25 years finds she is a successful psycho-analyst, but still unmarried.
To any French father this is an unthinkable situation so he finds an extremely well-qualified Romeo to remedy the matter.
Director MICHAEL GORDON
This Week's Films : page I
Against the incomparable background of Burghley House competitors from eight nations take part in this major British Equestrian event, which is a test for both horse and rider with a rigorous cross-country section including 29 obstacles and, on this last day, the show jumping.
Commentators DORIAN WILLIAMS and RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD
Television presentation by RICHARD TILLING and JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
Weatherman JACK SCOTT
May Hobbs spokesman for the Cleaners' Action Group, author of Born to Struggle (the story of her life in London's East End), champion of the under-privileged of modern urban life.
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore Resident reporter DAVID JESSEL
Producer VERNON SPROXTON
from Butlins Holiday Centre, Ayr Introduced by GEOFFREY WHEELER United choirs from Ayr and district conducted by STEWART LINTON DALMELLINGTON BAND conducted by ALLAN STREET
I to the hills (French)
Soldiers of Christ! arise (From Strength to Strength)
This is the day (Bishopthorpe)
AH creatures fLasst Uns Erfreuen) The God of Abraham praise (Leoni) Jesus shall reign (Warrington)
I need thee every hour (I Need Thee) The Lord will come (Montrose)
In the name of Jesus (Cuddesdon) We sing the praise (Walton) Guide me (Cwm Rhondda)
Benediction REV DR IAN BOYLE Producer ANDREW BARR
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
by L. M. MONTGOMERY : dramatised in five parts by JULIA JONES : 5
Anne has passed the college entrance exam with flying colours. Although proud oi her, Matthew and Marilla are saddened because she must leave Green Gables.
Producer JOHN MCRAE
Director JOAN CRAFT
starring Kirk Douglas, Sylva Koscina, Eli Wallach
In this glossy, fast-paced thriller, Kirk Douglas is cast as Jim Schuyler, a tough New York cop who resigns from the police force because he is tired of 'coddling' criminals.
In turn, Schuyler becomes an equally tough private eye and he is hired to protect Rena Westabrook, a beautiful young woman who is accused of murdering her wealthy husband.
This Week's Films: page 9
with Kenneth Kendall and Weather
A further visit to the Royal Albert Hall for the 1973 season of Henry Wood Promenade Concerts Sir Charles Groves conducts the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain in Shostakovich Symphony No 15 in A major
' Charles Groves is a marvellous conductor for singers. I did my first Verdi Requiem with him and I can remember just how much of a help he was to me.' AVA JUNE
with William F. Buckley Jr publisher, editor, and America's foremost right-wing commentator who will discuss with Malcolm Muggeridge , journalist and broadcaster, whether recent events in America are just a temporary sickness, or the symptoms of a much wider disease.
Director CHRIS HODSON
Producers WARREN STEIDEL , PETER CHAFER BBC/SECA co-production