Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director ASHOK RAMPAL from Birmingham: repeated on Wednesday at 12.30 pm (not N Ireland)
Spanish for beginners: 17 ‡
Book 55p, records £1.65 each: see p 58
17: Mieux vivre
Les consommateurs francais
Presented by MICHAEL BIRKETT
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES
Books 50p each: see page 58
for Industry and Commerce from Rochester Cathedral The service includes the commissioning of a new full-time Industrial Chaplain by RT REV DAVID R. SAY , Bishop of Rochester Conducted by THE VEN DAVID STEWART-SMITH
Preacher THE DEAN OF ROCHESTER
RT REV STANLEY W. BETTS
OrganistDR ROBERT ASHFIELD
Presented for television by RAYMOND SHORT
Working with Animals
Book 35p: see page 58
17: More production ... of what ... and for whom?
What would be the effect of altering the balance between private and public transport in cities?
PETER DONALDSON looks at Oxford's transport policy in this context.
Director CHRIS JELLEY
Producer BERNARD ADAMS Book 45p: see page 58
Introduced by JOHN EARLE with RON JAMES
7: Artificial Climbing
Director JOHN RICKWORD Producer JOHN DOBSON Book 90p: see page 58
Introduced by DAVID RICHARDSON Expanding British Agriculture
Bigger grants, cheaper credit, higher prices. Where is the money for further investment to come from?
Producer JOHN KENYON (Birmingham)
Weather for Farmers
Canned, Packed and Wrapped
How a major exporter has introduced new techniques for preserving and presenting food and drink.
Reporter JACK AMOS
Hightown: Life in high rise flats is full of difficulties for family life. What can the community itself do to lessen these?
PAUL BARNES and JUDITH DAVIS visit one high rise estate where they are tackling this problem.
Director PAUL KRIWACZEK
Series editor EURFRON GWYNNE JONES (Repeated: Monday, 7.5 pm, BBC2)
Book, based on previous series, 60p: see page 58
Puppets and animation:
with David Bellamy
This week's team: Michael Boorer Caroline Medawar , Malcolm Coe
Director GEORGE INGER
Producer PETER CRAWFORD (Bristol)
A second visit to Crufts Dog Show to see the tests for the Kennel Club Obedience Championship;. From simple walking at heel to searching scent discrimination, the performances demonstrate the best of training and co-operation between dog and owner.
Introduced by Stanley Dangerfield and Leonard Pagliero
Director WILLIAM CAVE
Crocket-Doodle-Do and Raw Raw Rooster
with ventriloquist Shari Lewis and HUSH puppy
MUSIC by THE BUNNY THOMPSON QUARTET Presented by JOHNNY DOWNES
4: Scotland v Northern Ireland from the Top Rank Suite, Swansea Introduced by Terry Wogan At the Scoreboard
MISS UK, VERONICA CROSS
Commentator BARRI HAYNES
A professional demonstration by Richard and Janet Gleave Music by JOHNNY HOWARD AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Organised by Mecca Promotions Arranged by ERIC MORLEY Director KEN GRIFFIN
Series producer BARRIE EDGAR
In this Omnibus film the world's two greatest living potters-87-year-old Bernard Leach , now nearly blind, who lives in St Ives , and his friend Shoji Hamada , who lives in Japan, talk about and demonstrate how a lump of clay becomes a pot.
Since man's earliest history the potter has played a vital role in making utensils for daily use but with the development of modern techniques, the role of the potter has declined and the understanding of pottery as a craft exists less and less.
Narrated by JOHN HORSLEY
Director DAVID OUTERERIDGE
by MRS CRAIK : dramatised in five parts by JACK RONDER
5: John's sons have quarrelled over Louise, with whom both are in love. Louise has chosen Edwin, and to help Guy forget John has sent him to Spain on business.
Script editor ALISTAIR BELL Costumes URSULA REID
Designer CHRISTINE RUSCOE Producer JOHN MCRAE
DirectorTRISTAN de VERE COLE
de Vere Cole
The Standard of Living: Part 1
Should we abandon the goal of an ever-increasing standard of living? Presented by Robin Day
Does the present crisis herald the end of the affluent society in Britain? Must we find a new philosophy to replace the god of economic growth? Tonight,
Dr E. F. Schumacher philosopher, economist and author of Small is Beautiful joins Rt Rev Trevor Huddleston, CR,
Bishop of Stepney to argue that we must reject the values of materialism. To aim for an ever-increasing standard of living is to destroy the meaning of life.
They are challenged by Rt Hon Anthony Crosland, mp
Opposition Spokesman for the Environment and Professor Wilfred Beckerman Professor of Political Economy at the University of London who will put their case next week.
Producer DAVID KENNARD
Dr E. F.
appeals on behalf of the Women's National Cancer Control Campaign
Last year two mobile caravan units screened more than 12,000 women. The Campaign aims to make every woman aware of the importance of early detection tests for cervical and breast cancer.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: Judith Chalmers , Women's National Cancer Control Campaign, [address removed].
with local church choirs from the Parish Church of Saints Peter and Paul, Wantage, Berkshire
Introduced by GEOFFREY WHEELER
Glorious things of thee are spoken (Abbot's Leigh)
Jesus lives! thy terrors now (St Albinus) My song is love (Love Unknown)
Jesu good above all other (Quern Pastores Laudavere)
Servant of God (Nun Lasst uns Geh'n) There's a wideness (Bledlow Ridge) The family of man
Christ is made the sure foundation (Westminster Abbey)
Forth in thy name (Angels' Song)
Conductor JOHN BURGISS Organist w. J. F. AVERY Prayer and Blessing by REV J. SCHAUFEI. BERGER
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
starring Jean Anderson
Patrick O'Connell , Jennifer Wilson with Richard Easton
Hilary Tindall , Julia Goodman Gabrielle Drake
Suspicions by n. j . CRISP
With their sights set on Europe, the Hammonds need a depot on the coast. So, at any rate thinks Brian. David , for reasons of his own, feels otherwise ...
Created by GERARD GLAISTER and N. J. CRISP Script editor SIMON MASTERS Designer CHARLES BOND
Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director PHILIP DUDLEY
The Importance of Being Earnest by OSCAR WILDE
as Costumes ODETTE BARROW
Make-up MAUREEN WINSLADE Designer EILEEN DISS
Producer CEDRIC MESSINA
Director JAMES MACTAGGART
Mail for a chauvinist: page 4
Rev Canon Chasuble:
with Kenneth Kendall Weatherman
Saturn - The Ringed Planet
Saturn is now very well placed in the evening sky, and a small telescope will show its ring system as well as some of the moons.
Patrick Moore and Dr Garry Hunt examine the recent results showing that its largest satellite, Titan, has a thick atmosphere, and discuss the Saturn space-probe now being planned.
Producer PATRICIA WOOD