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: Nai Zindagi NayaJeevan

Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KACL
Director ASHOK RAMPAL from Birmingham: repeated on Wednesday at 1.0 pm (not N Ireland)

Contributors

Presented By: Mahendra Kacl
Director: Ashok Rampal

: Closedown

: Parish Mass

from St Peter 's Roman Catholic Church, Edinburgh concelebrated by FR WALTER GLANCY , FR HENRY REID and FR CHARLES BARCLAY Introduced by FR WILLIAM ANDERSON
Organist CHARLES NAPIER
Presented for TV by MICHAEL A. SIMPSON and FR WILLIAM ANDERSON. BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown: St Peter
Unknown: Fr Walter Glancy
Unknown: Fr Henry Reid
Unknown: Fr Charles Barclay
Introduced By: Fr William Anderson
Organist: Charles Napier
Unknown: Michael A. Simpson
Unknown: Fr William Anderson.

: Interval

: A Job Worth Doing?

Looking at Ourselves: How important is it to know yourself when choosing a career - and what makes for job satisfaction?
Commentary Paul Vaughan
Producer Paul Mitchell
Repeated on Tuesday at 12.5 pm and Friday at 11.0 am (not Scottish)

Contributors

Commentary: Paul Vaughan
Producer: Paul Mitchell

: Closedown

: Farming

Cheap Protein
DAVID RICHARDSON investigates the use of urea and other compounds as constituents of animal feeds.
Producer JOHN KENYON (from Birmingham)
Weather for Farmers

Contributors

Unknown: David Richardson
Producer: John Kenyon

: News Headlines

Weather

: Made in Britain

Charting the Future: For nearly 200 years, Admiralty charts have guided the world's shipping fleets. Now they are opening up the rich resources of the sea.
Reporter PETER STEWART
Producer ALAN KUMM

Contributors

Reporter: Peter Stewart
Producer: Alan Kumm

: Athlete

Introduced by RON PICKERING 12: Indoor Training with ALAN PASCOE and ANN WILSON
Director JOHN RICKWORD Producer JOHN DOBSON ‡

Contributors

Presenter: Ron Pickering
Athlete: Alan Pascoe
Athlete: Ann Wilson
Director: John Rickword
Producer: John Dobson

: Teddy Edward

: Ring-a-Ding

: Lancer

starring Andrew Duggan as Murdoch Lancer
James Stacy as Johnny Wayne Maunder as Scott Elizabeth Baur as Teresa Guest stars Paul Brinegar Bill Mumy , Bert Freed The Kid
A young orphaned boy is determined to avenge his father's murder. To help him, Johnny Lancer reverts to his old life as Johnny Madrid - outlaw and gunman.

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Duggan
Unknown: Murdoch Lancer
Unknown: James Stacy
Unknown: Johnny Wayne Maunder
Unknown: Scott Elizabeth Baur
Unknown: Paul Brinegar
Unknown: Bill Mumy
Unknown: Johnny Lancer

: Film Matinee: Francis of Assisi

starring Bradford Dillman
Dolores Hart , Stuart Whitman
In the turbulent days of early 13th-century Italy, a young soldier is called by a heavenly voice from the army of Pope Innocent III to the service of God.
Director MICHAEL CURTIZ
This Weed's Films: page 11

Contributors

Unknown: Bradford Dillman
Unknown: Dolores Hart
Unknown: Stuart Whitman
Unknown: Pope Innocent Iii
Director: Michael Curtiz
Francis: Bradford Dillman
Clare: Dolores Hart
Paolo: Stuart Whitman
Sultan: Pedro Armendariz
Cardinal Hugolino: Cecil Kellaway
Pietro: Eduard Franz
Aunt Buona: Athene Seyler
Pope: Finlay Currie

: Great Parks of the World

with Anthony Smith
4: Fuji-Hakone-lzu, Japan
Tokyo is only 50 miles away from the sacred Mount Fuji, central attraction for millions of visitors.
Executive producer NICHOLAS CROCKER Producer PETER BALE
(from Bristol; first shown on BBC2)

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Smith
Producer: Nicholas Crocker

: Battle of Britain Air Display

The Royal Air Force were yesterday at home to 500,000 people at airfields throughout Britain. BBC outside broadcast cameras were at Abingdon in Berkshire to cover a spectacular flying display commemorating the anniversary of the most famous air battle of the Second World War.
Scheduled to take part: THE RED ARROWS (RAF Aerobatic Team); THE FALCONS (RAF Free-fall Parachute Team); THE BLUE EAGLES (Army Helicopter Display Team); and many other exciting aeroplanes both old and new.
Commentator RAYMOND BAXTER
Television presentation DENNIS MONGER

Contributors

Unknown: Dennis Monger

: News

Weatherman GRAHAM PARKER

Contributors

Unknown: Graham Parker

: A Chance to Meet

Sir John Betjeman , CBE: Poet Laureate, defender of Victoriana, devout High Church Anglican
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore Resident reporter DAVID JESSEL
Producer VERNON SPROXTON

Contributors

Unknown: Sir John Betjeman
Introduced By: Cliff Michelmore
Reporter: David Jessel
Producer: Vernon Sproxton

: Jack Hedley

appeals on behalf of The Malcolm Sargent
Cancer Fund for Children which gives immediate practical help to children suffering from cancer and leukaemia throughout the UK, at home or in hospital.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: Jack Hedley , Malcolm Sargent Cancer Fund for Children, [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Malcolm Sargent
Unknown: Jack Hedley
Unknown: Malcolm Sargent

: Songs of Praise

from Wesley Church, Newquay, Cornwall: with THE WESLEY CHURCH CHOIR
NEWQUAY CHORAL SOCIETY and other local choirs
Soloist JEANNE NORFOLK
Introduced by GEOFFREY LEWIS
Praise to the living God (Leoni)
Summer suns are glowing (Ruth) God of all power (Ombersley)
When I survey the wondrous cross Gracious Spirit (Charity)
King of glory. King of peace (Gwalchmal) Jesu, priceless treasure (Jesu, meine freude)
Thou God of truth (St Godric)
Lift up your hearts (Woodlands)
Organist DENNIS OSBORNE Conductor HUBERT JULIAN Producer JOHN DOBSON
Series producer RAY SHORT

Contributors

Soloist: Jeanne Norfolk
Introduced By: Geoffrey Lewis
Organist: Dennis Osborne
Conductor: Hubert Julian
Producer: John Dobson

: Moonbase 3

Behemoth by JOHN BRASON
' Something coming out of the cold black empty dark to shatter the warmth and comfort of our nice cosy Moonbase.' Is there something alive in Mare Frigoris ?
Music by DUDLEY SIMPSON
Script editor TERRANCE DICKS Designer ROGER LIMINTON Producer BARRY LETTS Director KEN HANNAM

Contributors

Unknown: John Brason
Unknown: Mare Frigoris
Music By: Dudley Simpson
Editor: Terrance Dicks
Designer: Roger Liminton
Producer: Barry Letts
Director: Ken Hannam
David Caulder: Donald Houston
Tom Hill: Barry Lowe
Guido Mirandelli: Denis de Marne
Ingrid: Christine Bradwell
Bill Jackson: Robert La Bassiere
Heinz Laubenthal: Peter Miles
Stephen Partness: Tom Kempinski
Per Bengtson: Jurgen Andersen
Juan Benavente: John Moreno
Michel Lebrun: Ralph Bates
Helen Smith: Fiona Gaunt
Peter Conway: John Hallam
Dr Robertson: Derek Anders
Bruno Ponti: Garrick Hagon
Cheng: Anthony Chinn
Technician: Cy Town
Foreman: Ken Haward

: The Love Girl and the Innocent

by ALEXANDER SOLZHENITSYN translated by NICHOLAS BETHELL and DAVID BURG A Play of the Month presentation starring
David Leland as Nemov Gabrielle Lloyd as Lyuba
Set in a Soviet labour camp in 1945, this play tells the story of Nemov, a trusting and naive army officer who has been sent to the camp from the front on charges of anti-Soviet agitation, and Lyuba, a girl prisoner who is driven to evade the struggle for survival by sleeping around with the camp officials and well-fixed prisoners.
The story of their love affair is set against the background of self-seeking squabbles and the fight for survival of other groups of internees. with The play was recorded in Norfolk Videotape editor HOWARD DELL Make-up JEAN MCMILLAN Costumes REG SAMUEL
Producer CEDRIC MESSINA Director ALAN CLARKE
Solzhenilsyn, the writer out In the cold: pages 66-71

Contributors

Unknown: Alexander Solzhenitsyn
Translated By: Nicholas Bethell
Translated By: David Burg
Unknown: David Leland
Unknown: Nemov Gabrielle Lloyd
Producer: Cedric Messina
Director: Alan Clarke
Khomich: Richard Durden
Gurvich: Patrick Stewart
Brylov: Allan Surtees
Yakhimchuk: Michael Poole
Gai: Barry Jackson
Chegeny ov: John Kane
Granya: Barbara Hickmott
Shurochka: Theresa Watson
Kolodey: Alan Gerrard
Kostya: Terence Davies
Mereshchun: John Quarmby
Munitsa: Jan Conrad
Chmuta: Forbes Collins
OvChukhOV: Reg Pritchard
Dorofeyev: Hal Jeayes
Solomon: Malcolm Hayes
Belobotnikov: James Ottaway
GoldtOOth: Arthur Whybrow
Georgie: Eric Mason
Lennie: James Coyle
Vitka: Edwin Finn
Fomin: John Herrington
Gontoir: George CormacK
Kaplyuzhnikov: Len Maley
Visiting warder: Peter Schofield
Dimka: Jeffrey Chegwin
Angel: Trevor Lawrence
Bella: Violet Lee Own
Aga Mirza: Robert Robinson
Pososhkov: Vass Anderson
Escort Sergeant: Anthony Brothers
Bath orderly: William Ridoutt
Cook: Michael Golden
Musician: Alexis Chesnakov
First bricklayer: David Ellison
First foreman: Norman Ettlinger
First man: Carl Forgione
First gangleader: Peter Geddis
Machineshop foreman: Brian Grellis
Accordionist: Reg Hogarth
First woman: Merelina Kendall
First student: Lynne Preston
Goner: Frank Seton
Smith foreman: Ted Valentine

: News

with Peter Woods Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Woods

: Andre Previn

in tonight's Omnibus The Other LSO
Andre Previn , in a previous Omnibus: Who Needs a Conductor?, talked about the history and theory of conducting. Tonight's programme demonstrates the practical aspects of the job-the attention to detail, phrasing and ensemble - as he rehearses the LEICESTERSHIRE SCHOOLS ORCHESTRA in Glinka Ruslan and Ludmilla
Rachmaninov Symphonic Dance (No 1)
Beethoven Symphony No 7 (finale) and talks about the rewards and hazards of music-making - amateur and professional.
Sound GRAHAM HAINES
Lighting HUBERT CARTWRIGHT Producer HERBERT CHAPPELL
Conductor in the sticks: page 4

Contributors

Unknown: Andre Previn
Unknown: Glinka Ruslan
Conductor: Herbert Chappell

: Firing Line

William F. Buckley Jr publisher, editor, and America's foremost right-wing commentator faces Dee Wells , journalist; Louis Heren , Deputy Editor, The Times; Anthony Howard , Editor, New Statesman who reverse the firing line by questioning WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY on his own views and attitudes.
Director CHRISTOPHER HODSON
Producers WARREN STEIDEL , PETER CHAFER A BBC/SECA co-production

Contributors

Unknown: William F. Buckley Jr
Unknown: Dee Wells
Unknown: Louis Heren
Unknown: Anthony Howard
Unknown: William F. Buckley
Director: Christopher Hodson
Producers: Warren Steidel
Producers: Peter Chafer








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