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: Nai Zindagi Naya Jeevan

Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director ASHOK RAMPAL (Birmingham) Rptd: Wed. 12.30 pm (not N Ireland)

Contributors

Presented By: Mahendra Kaul
Director: Ashok Rampal

: Interval

: Zarabanda

Spanish for beginners: 15

: Reportage

15: Dossier médical
La sante des Frangais
Presented by MICHAEL BIRKETT
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES

Contributors

Presented By: Michael Birkett
Producer: David Hargreaves

: Closedown

: Seeing and Believing

Song of Winter
MICHAEL COUGH, GARY WATSON and students of BERKSHIRE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
BULMERSHE GIRLS CHOIR Conductor GWYN ARCH
BULMERSHE FOLK CHOIR
Conductor NORMAN MORRIS Section of the BULMERSHE COLLEGE ORCHESTRA Script by PAT ROOKE
From Winkfield Parish Church, Berks Producer R. . BROOKS

Contributors

Unknown: Gary Watson
Conductor: Norman Morris
Script By: Pat Rooke

: Interval

: A Job Worth Doing?

Technicians in Building
Commentary by JOHN STOCKBRIDGE
Producer PAUL MITCHELL
Rptd: Tues 12.5, Fri 11.0 (not Scotland)

Contributors

Commentary By: John Stockbridge
Producer: Paul Mitchell

: Economics of the Real World

15 : The Price of Labour
Introduced by PETER DONALDSON
Producer BERNARD ADAMS Director CHRIS JELLEY

Contributors

Introduced By: Peter Donaldson
Producer: Bernard Adams
Director: Chris Jelley

: Rockface

Introduced by JOHN EARLE With DENNIS GRAY
5: Specialised Techniques
Director JOHN RICKWORD Producer JOHN DOBSON

Contributors

Introduced By: John Earle
Introduced By: With Dennis Gray
Director: John Rickword
Producer: John Dobson

: Farming

(English regions only: see Variations) Introduced by PHILIP WRIXON
The cheapest pig food there is: but there are risks involved in feeding swill, DAVID RICHARDSON reports on the new regulations. Producer JOHN KENYON (Birmingham)
Weather for Farmers

Contributors

Introduced By: Philip Wrixon
Unknown: David Richardson
Producer: John Kenyon

: Made in Britain

The Beatrix Potter Business Reporter CLIVE JACOBS Producer TONY CHIVERS

Contributors

Unknown: Beatrix Potter
Reporter: Clive Jacobs
Producer: Tony Chivers

: Parents and Children

An Animal in the House
(Details: Monday, 7.5 pm, BBC2)

: News Headlines

: The Herbs

: The Animal Game

(Wales: see Variations) with David Bellamy
This week's team: Jeffery Boswall Cathy Kilpatrick , Jim Flegg
Director GEORGE INGER
Producer PETER CRAWFORD (Bristol)

Contributors

Unknown: David Bellamy
Unknown: Jeffery Boswall
Unknown: Cathy Kilpatrick
Unknown: Jim Flegg
Director: George Inger
Producer: Peter Crawford

: The European Figure Skating Championships

(Wales: see Variations) from Zagreb
Highlights of this week's competitions when
Britain's skaters were expected to be amongst the medal winners. Commentators TONY GUBBA and HAIG OUNDJIAN
Television presentation by the YUGOSLAV TELEVISION SERVICE

: The Shari Lewis Show

with ventriloquist Shari Lewis and LAMB CHOP, CHARLEY HORSE Music by THE BUNNY THOMPSON QUARTET Presented by JOHNNY DOWNES

Contributors

Unknown: Shari Lewis
Unknown: Bunny Thompson
Presented By: Johnny Downes

: Come Dancing

2: Wales v Northern Ireland
From Tiffany's Ballroom, Glasgow Introduced by Terry Wogan At the Scoreboard
MISS UK, VERONICA CROSS
Commentator barri HAYNES
A professional demonstration by JIM HALL and DENISE MAYO Music by BOB MILLER AND HIS MILLERMEN
Organised by Mecca Promotions Arranged by ERIC MORLEY Director KEN GRIFFIN
Series producer BARRIE EDGAR

Contributors

Introduced By: Terry Wogan
Unknown: Jim Hall
Unknown: Denise Mayo
Music By: Bob Miller
Arranged By: Eric Morley
Director: Ken Griffin
Producer: Barrie Edgar

: The Great Orchestras

(Wales: see Variations)
Omnibus presents the fourth in a series of films featuring the world's leading orchestras.
The London Symphony Orchestra conductor Andre Previn
The orchestra was founded in 1904 as a result of Henry Wood 's ultimatum to his Queen's Hall Orchestra that there should in future be no deputies. The musicians' livelihood depended on taking freelance engagements and to avoid losing this lucrative source of income they formed themselves into a self-governing orchestra.
The LSO has had some illustrious principal conductors in its history including Elgar, Nikisch and Monteux. Andre Previn , appointed in 1988, is only the eighth to hold the title in 70 years.
The music extracts include: Beethoven Symphony No 7 Berlioz Corsair Overture Hoist The Planets
Shostakovich Symphony No 8
Vaughan Williams Symphony No 5 Walton Portsmouth Point
Mendelssohn Violin Concerto with soloist Kyung-Wha Chung
Filmed in London's Royal Festival Hall and in Salzburg during the Festival. Film cameramen EUGENE CARR JOHN GOODYER
Film recordist BILL CHESNEAU Film editor ARTHUR BENNETT Producer IAN ENGELMANN
(co-produced by BBCtv and RM Productions, Munich)

Contributors

Conductor: Andre Previn
Unknown: Henry Wood
Unknown: Andre Previn
Soloist: Kyung-Wha Chung
Unknown: Eugene Carr
Unknown: John Goodyer
Editor: Arthur Bennett
Producer: Ian Engelmann

: John Halifax, Gentleman

by MRS CRAIK: dramatised in five parts by JACK RONDER
John is happily married to Ursula and his reputation has continued to grow. But financial reward has not come his way, and Ursula's guardian has refused to hand over the money her father left her, a refusal they now accept as final. And, then, their first child, Muriel, is born blind. Part 3:
Script editor ALISTAIR BELL Make-Up HEATHER STEWART Designer CHRISTINE RUSCOE Producer JOHN MCRAE
Director TRISTAN DE VERE COLE

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Ronder
Editor: Alistair Bell
Unknown: Heather Stewart
Designer: Christine Ruscoe
Producer: John McRae
John Halifax: Robert Coleby
Guy as boy: Toby Bridge
Edwina as boy: Joshua Le Touzel
Ursula: Gwen Taylor
Muriel: Chloe Franks
Phineas: Tony Calvin
Lord Luxmore: Richard Mathews
William Ravenel: Phillip Hinton
Lady Caroline: Barbara Shelley
Sir Ralph: Neal Arden
Brithwood: Malcolm Terris
Herbert Oldtower: Peter Clay
Jacob Baines: Forbes Collins
Thomas Browne: Antony Webb

: News

Weatherman MICHAEL FISH

: The Sunday Debate

(Wales and Scotland: see Variations) The Power of the Unions: Part 2
Is Trade Union power too often used against the interests of the British people?
Presented by Robin Day Tonight: Jack Jones
General Secretary of the Transport and General Workers' Union and The Ven Bill Dudman
Archdeacon of Lindsey and former industrial chaplain, answer the case put forward last week by Lord Robens and Rt Rev Eric Treacy Bishop of Wakefield
Next week, the debate will be assessed in the light of recent events by: Lord Franks and John Garnett , Director of the Industrial Society
Producer DAVID KENNARD

Contributors

Presented By: Robin Day
Unknown: Bill Dudman
Unknown: Eric Treacy
Unknown: John Garnett
Producer: David Kennard

: Songs of Praise

(Wales: see Variations) from Abbots Bromley Parish Church: choirs from the SCHOOL OF ST MARY AND ST ANNE, ABBOTS BROMLEY, AND REPTON SCHOOL
Introduced by GEOFFREY WHEELER
Conductor LLYWELA HARRIS Organist MICHAEL SALTER
Prayer and Blessing REV WILLIAM SCOTT Director MICHAEL SHOESMITH
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT

Contributors

Introduced By: Geoffrey Wheeler
Conductor: Llywela Harris
Organist: Michael Salter
Unknown: William Scott
Director: Michael Shoesmith

: The Brothers

starring
Jean Anderson
Patrick O'Connell Jennifer Wilson with Richard Easton
Robin Chadwick , Hilary Tindall Julia Goodman , Gabrielle Drake The Hammond Account by N. j. CRISP
The Hammonds are feeling their feet again. With Jill's financial backing, the Brothers can think of expansion again. Their attention is turned to Europe. Now's the time to advertise! As a start, they attend an advertising agency's party for potential clients. David, however, is strangely opposed to the idea.
Created by GERARD GLAISTER , N. J. CRISP Script editor SIMON MASTERS Designer MYLES LANG
Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director PHILIP DUDLEY

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Anderson
Unknown: Patrick O'Connell
Unknown: Jennifer Wilson
Unknown: Richard Easton
Unknown: Robin Chadwick
Unknown: Hilary Tindall
Unknown: Julia Goodman
Unknown: Gabrielle Drake
Unknown: Gerard Glaister
Producer: Ken Riddington
Director: Philip Dudley
Mary Hammond: Jean Anderson
Edward Hammond: Patrick O'Connell
Brian Hammond: Richard Easton
David Hammond: Robin Chadwick
Jennifer Kingsley: Jennifer Wilson
Ann Hammond: Hilary Tindall
Barbara Kingsley: Julia Goodman
Jill Hammond: Gabrielle Drake
Bill Riley: Derek Benfield
Julie Lane: Gillian McCutcheon
Nicholas Fox: Jonathan Newth
Johnny Trent: Malcolm Stoddard
Anthony Bromley: Terence Bayler
Rogers: Robert MacLeod
Wilkins: Ian Liston

: Film of the Week: What Did You Do in the War, Daddy?

starring
James Coburn , Dick Shawn
Sergio Fantoni , Giovanna Ralli Aldo Ray with Harry Morgan , Carroll O'Connor
1943: The Italian Campaign, and the war-weary Company C is ordered to capture the small Sicilian town of Valerno. They find the Italians all too willing to surrender - provided they can finish their football match and carry on with their annual wine festival! Discipline crumbles but spirits rise as the GIs join in the bacchanalian celebrations.
From a story by BLAKE EDWARDS and MAURICE RICHLIN
Produced and directed by BLAKE EDWARDS

Contributors

Unknown: James Coburn
Unknown: Dick Shawn
Unknown: Sergio Fantoni
Unknown: Giovanna Ralli
Unknown: Aldo Ray
Unknown: Harry Morgan
Unknown: Carroll O'Connor
Story By: Blake Edwards
Story By: Maurice Richlin
Directed By: Blake Edwards
Lieut Christian: James Coburn
Captain Cash: Dick Shawn
Captain Oppo: Sergio Fantoni
Gina Romano: Giovanna Ralli
Sergeant Rizzo: Aldo Ray
Major Pott: Harry Morgan
General Bolt: Carroll O'Connor
Kastorp: Leon Askin
Benedetto: Henry Rico Cattani
Romano: Jay Novello
German Captain: Kurt Kreuger

: News

with Kenneth Kendall

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Kendall

: Weatherman

: Close









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