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: Nai Zindagi Naya Jeevan

Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Director ASHOK RAMPAL (Birmingham)
Rptd Wed 12.30 pm (not N Ireland)

Contributors

Presented By: Saleem Shahed
Director: Ashok Rampal

: Interval

: Zarabanda

Spanish for beginners: 14 Producer DAVID HARGREAVES ‡

: Reportage

14: Szene 74
Jugend in Deutschland
Presented by MICHAEL BIRKETT
Director BARBARA DERKOW
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES Rptd Wed 12.5 pm

Contributors

Presented By: Michael Birkett
Director: Barbara Derkow
Producer: David Hargreaves

: The Sky at Night

Patrick Moore talks about what is on view in the night sky now, and discusses with Gilbert Satter thwaite the important subject of positional astronomy - the exact measurements and movements of celestial objects.
Producer PATRICIA WOOD

Contributors

Talks: Patrick Moore
Unknown: Gilbert Satter
Producer: Patricia Wood

: Closedown

: Seeing and Believing

Stop Thief: a dramatised sermon by JOHN H. WATSON
Performed by members of THE GRANGE PLAYERS, Walsall
Directed by GEORGE BLACKHALL
From Mellish Road Methodist Church, Walsall, Staffs. Producer R. . BROOKS

Contributors

Unknown: John H. Watson
Directed By: George Blackhall
Producer: R. . Brooks

: Interval

: A Job Worth Doing?

Buying and Selling: who supplies a ' Nation of Shopkeepers '?
Commentary by ANTHONY JACKSON
Producer ANTHONY SEARLE
Rptd: Tues 12.5, Fri 11.0 (not Scotland)

Contributors

Commentary By: Anthony Jackson
Producer: Anthony Searle

: Economics of the Real World

14 : Wealth and People
Ten per cent of the population of Britain own about 60 per cent of the wealth. PETER DONALDSON asks should this be changed.
Director CHRIS JELLEY
Producer BERNARD ADAMS

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Donaldson
Director: Chris Jelley
Producer: Bernard Adams

: Rockface

Introduced by JOHN EARLE with RON JAMES
4: Abseiling and prusiking
Director JOHN RICKWORD Producer JOHN DOBSON

Contributors

Introduced By: John Earle
Unknown: Ron James
Director: John Rickword
Producer: John Dobson

: Farming

Introducedby PHILIP WRIXON
National Farmers' Union ACM
Producer JOHN KENYON (Birmingham)
Weather for Farmers

Contributors

Producer: John Kenyon

: Made in Britain

Country Comfort
How the hospitality of Britain's inns and country hotels is attracting more foreign visitors.
Presented and produced by jack AMOS

Contributors

Produced By: Jack Amos

: Parents and Children

Reading Forum
An open forum for parents and reading specialists. Presented by JUDITH DAVIS and PAUL BARNES
Director DICK FOSTER
Series editor EURFRON GWYUNNE JONES Book 60p: see page 54

Contributors

Presented By: Judith Davis
Presented By: Paul Barnes
Director: Dick Foster

: News Headlines

: The Herbs

Contributors

Puppets and animation: Ivor Wood

: The Animal Game

(Wales: see Variations) with David Bellamy
This week's team: Tony Soper Sara Leighton , Michael Boorer
Director GEORGE INGER
Producer PETER CRAWFORD (Bristol)

Contributors

Unknown: David Bellamy
Unknown: Tony Soper
Unknown: Sara Leighton
Unknown: Michael Boorer
Director: George Inger
Producer: Peter Crawford

: Today at the Commonwealth Games

By satellite from Christchurch, New Zealand, outstanding events on the third day of competition
Athletics Finals
Women's Shot
Men's Decathlon plus
Men's
200m quarter-finals
Ron Pickering says:
Mary Peters bids to bow out of international athletics with a gold in the shot and I'm taking her to win. But it should be a great contest.'
Men's 400m Hurdles, heats Women's 200m, semi-finals Men's 5000m, heats
Men's 400m, semi-finals Men's 800m, semi-finals Women's 800m, heats Commentators
DAVID COLEMAN and RON PICKERING PETER WEST and DAVID VINE report on today's other competitions, including boxing, cycling and bowls.
Introduced by Frank Bough
Production team ALAN MOUNCER FRED VINER , RICHARD TILLING MICHAEL DOLBEAR
Presented by BRIAN VENNER
Editors A. p. WILKINSON and ALAN HART Filbert the Fleetfoot: pages 48-51

Contributors

Unknown: Ron Pickering
Unknown: Mary Peters
Unknown: David Coleman
Unknown: Ron Pickering
Unknown: Peter West
Unknown: David Vine
Introduced By: Frank Bough
Unknown: Alan Mouncer
Unknown: Fred Viner
Unknown: Richard Tilling
Unknown: Michael Dolbear
Presented By: Brian Venner
Editors: A. P. Wilkinson
Editors: Alan Hart

: Come Dancing

For 1974, teams representing England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales will be competing for the coveted
Come Dancing Trophy.'
1: Scotland v England
From Tiffany's Ballroom, Glasgow
Introduced by Terry Wogan At the Scoreboard
MISS UK, VERONICA CROSS
Commentator BARRI HAYNES
A professional demonstration by PETER EGGLETON and BRENDA WINSLADE
Music by THE RAY MCVAY BAND
Organised by Mecca Promotions Arranged by ERIC MORLEY Director KEN GRIFFIN
Series producer BARRIE EDGAR

Contributors

Introduced By: Terry Wogan
Commentator: Barri Haynes
Unknown: Peter Eggleton
Unknown: Brenda Winslade
Arranged By: Eric Morley
Director: Ken Griffin
Producer: Barrie Edgar

: Nureyev

talks to Lindsay Anderson (Wales: see Variations)
Rudolf Nureyev was a rising young star of the Leningrad Kirov Ballet when in 1961 circumstances led him to make his impulsive decision to stay in the West. As a result one June morning he found himself in a room in Paris without money, job or prospects.
In just over 12 years he has become without question the superstar of the dance. Less known is the fact that he makes and produces ballets - and recently directed a film of his production of the classic Don Quixote.
In this conversation filmed for Omnibus with theatre and film director LINDSAY ANDERSON he remembers the past and talks about some of his ideas for the future.
Film cameraman BRIAN TUFANO Sound recordist MICHAEL TURNER Film editor PAUL WHITE
Producer MARGARET DALE

Contributors

Unknown: Lindsay Anderson
Unknown: Rudolf Nureyev
Unknown: Don Quixote.
Director: Lindsay Anderson
Unknown: Brian Tufano
Unknown: Michael Turner
Producer: Margaret Dale

: John Halifax, Gentleman

by MRS CRAIK dramatised in five parts by JACK RONDER
2: John's future at the tannery has become assured. On a visit to Rose Cottage, he has seen Ursula and been struck by her beauty.
Script editor ALISTAIR BELL Studio lighting CEOFF SHAW Designer CHRISTINE ruscoe Producer JOHN MCRAE
Director TRISTAN DE VERE COLE

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs Craik
Unknown: Jack Ronder
Editor: Alistair Bell
Designer: Christine Ruscoe
Producer: John McRae
Director: Tristan de Vere Cole
Mrs Tod: Lila Kaye
Phineas Fletcher: Tony Calvin
John Halifax: Robert Coleby
Ursula Halifax: Gwen Taylor
Mr March: Willoughby Gray
Lady Caroline: Barbara Shelley
Jael: Daphne Heard
Mrs Jessop: Anne Ridler
Abel: Fletcher Johnphillips
Brithwood: Malcolm Terris
Dr Jessop: Roger Hammond

: News

Weatherman BARBARA EDWARDS

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Edwards

: The Sunday Debate

(Scotland and Wales: see Variations) The Power of the Unions Part 1
Is Trade Union power too often used against the interests of the British people?
Presented by Robin Day
From now until the end of March, The Sunday Debate will be looking at the state of Britain today and asking: What fundamental values should guide our decisions about the country's future? Tonight
Lord Robens and Rt Rev Erie Treacy Bishop of Wakefield challenge
Jack Jones
General Secretary of the Transport and General Workers' Union and The Ven Bill Dudman
Archdeacon of Lindsey and former industrial chaplain.
Is it time for the unions to rethink the way they exercise their power?
Producer DAVID KENNARD
State of the Unions: page 5

Contributors

Presented By: Robin Day
Unknown: Erie Treacy
Unknown: Jack Jones
Unknown: Bill Dudman
Producer: David Kennard

: Songs of Praise

with choirs from St Andrew 's Church, Priestwood, Bracknell
Introduced by GEOFFREY WHEELER Thine be the glory (Maccabeus) 0 thou who earnest (Hereford)
Firmly I believe and truly (Halton Holgate)
Mary had a baby; Lord Jesus Christ
Help us to help each other. Lord (Dunfermline)
For the healing of the nations Hush little baby don' you cry
Great shepherd of thy people (Oswald's Tree) .
Hail, gtaddening Light, of his pure glory poured
0 for a thousand tongues (Richmond)
Conductor JOHN SPURGEON Organist ERIC FEW
Prayer and blessing by REV JOHN BROWN Series producer RAYMOND SHORT

Contributors

Unknown: St Andrew
Introduced By: Geoffrey Wheeler
Conductor: John Spurgeon
Unknown: John Brown

: The Onedin Line

starring Peter Gilmore in The Passenger by CYRIL ABRAHAM with Jessica Benton
Michael Billington , Howard Lang and John Phillips , Barry Keegan Caroline Harris , Kate Nelligan Mary Webster , James Hayter
Leonora Biddulph or Caroline Maudslay ? The time has come for James to make his decision.
Series devised by CYRIL ABRAHAM Script editor BARRY THOMAS
Designer JEREMY BEAR. Producer and director PETER GRAHAM SCOTT

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Gilmore
Unknown: Cyril Abraham
Unknown: Jessica Benton
Unknown: Michael Billington
Unknown: Howard Lang
Unknown: John Phillips
Unknown: Barry Keegan
Unknown: Caroline Harris
Unknown: Kate Nelligan
Unknown: Mary Webster
Unknown: James Hayter
Unknown: Leonora Biddulph
Unknown: Caroline Maudslay
Editor: Barry Thomas
Designer: Jeremy Bear.
Director: Peter Graham
James Onedin: Peter Gilmore
Caroline Maudslay: Caroline Harris
Draygon: Bruce Boa
Captain Baines: Howard Lang
Elizabeth Frazer: Jessica Benton
Sarah Onedin: Mary Webster
Leonora Biddulph: Kate Nelligan
Frazer: John Phillips
Daniel Fogarty: Michael Billington
Robert Onedin: James Garbutt
Bartholomew: Michael Balfour
Hogan: Barry Keegan
Biddulph: Robert James
Captain Webster: James Hayter
Charlotte: Rachel Thomas
Colette: Suzette St Claire
Cousin Richard: Peter Gilmore

: Film of the Week: 49th Parallel

starring
Leslie Howard , Laurence Olivier Raymond Massey , Anton Walbrook Eric Portman
In 1941, after sinking many ships in Canadian waters, Nazi U-boat 37 is trapped and sunk in the Gulf of St Lawrence. The only hope for the six surviving members of the crew is escape to the still neutral United States.
Producer and director MICHAEL POWELL This Week's Films: page 9

Contributors

Unknown: Leslie Howard
Unknown: Laurence Olivier
Unknown: Raymond Massey
Unknown: Anton Walbrook
Unknown: Eric Portman
Director: Michael Powell
Philip Armstrong Scott: Leslie Howard
Johnnie, the Trapper: Laurence Olivier
Andy Brock: Raymond Massey
Peter: Anton Walbrook
Leutnant Hirth: Eric Portman
Kommandant Bernsdorff: Richard George

: News

with Richard Baker ; Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Baker

: Closedown









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