A magazine for Asian viewers Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Director ASHOK RAMPAL from Birmingham: repeated on Wednesday at 12.30 pm (not N Ireland)
Spanish for beginners Programme 24
Presented by ALISON SKILBECK and CARLOS RIERA
Producer DAVID BARGREAVES ‡
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3: The Face of the Practice
Producer RON ELOOMFIELD
Series editor MICHAEL GARROD
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He has come back
An Eastertide mystery by RONALD SENATOR and AUDREY WELSH Performed by students in the Chapel of Coloma College of Education and discussed with TED HARRISON
Presented for television by R. T. BROOKS
Join BOB GODFREY in five programmes on how to enter the mad world of cartoons and animation.... 1: First catch your camera ...
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES Director ANNA JACKSON
Animated Film, £1.20, from bookshops
Some episodes from her past 1: Remember 1690!
William of Orange's victory at the Battle of the Boyne on 12 July 1690 led to the establishment of the Protestant Ascendancy.
Director BRIGIT BARRY
Producer HOWARD SMITH ‡
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David Vine and Nik Stuart begin a series of eight programmes about one of the fastest-growing sports in the world.
Better than the Continental Bee] Breeds: PHILIP WRIXON investigates the claims made by South Devon breeders.
Producer JOHN KENYON (Birmingham)
Weather for Farmers
Prop Power: Britain leads the world in casting ships' propellers -from giant 80-tonners which drive super tankers, to smaller ones which make docking a Channel ferry as easy as parking a car. Reporter GAVIN HEWITT
Producer BOB SCHOLES
The Crying Baby: part 1
Two mothers explore their problems in depth with DR HUGH JOLLY.
Director DICK FOSTER
Series editor EURFRON GWYNNE JONES (Repeated: Monday. 7.5 pm. BBC2)
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starring John Gregson
In a pit disaster in a Scottish mining village, 118 men are trapped underground. But rescue parties face a major hazard - the presence of the deadly gas, firedamp.
Executive producer JOHN GRIERSON Director PHILIP LEACOCK
This Week's Films: page 11
A new six-part series.
Dr Douglas Dorward, Senior Lecturer in Zoology at Monash University, Melbourne, a specialist in animal behaviour and ecology, acts as narrator, and Australian artist John Olsen sketches on location.
3: At the Edge of the Salt Plain The district around Townsville, North Queensland, to study the Brolga, egret and white ibis.
An Australian Broadcasting Commission production
of Queen's Scouts from Windsor Castle
HM The Queen accompanied by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh takes the salute at the march-past in the quadrangle. All on parade have one distinction in common: the highest proficiency badge in scouting - The Queen's Scout Award.
Frank Bough describes the scene, talks to scouts in the parade, and to the Chief Scout SIR WILLIAM GLADSTONE, Bt
Presented for television by PHILIP S. GILBERT
The famous Western adventure series begins on BBC1, starring with guest stars Susan Strasberg
Slim Pickens, Pernell Roberts Exit from Wickenburg
When Smith and Jones find steady jobs in Wickenburg, it seems a safe place to stay while waiting for their amnesty. But after one or two extremely unpleasant encounters with some rather forceful gentlemen, they begin to feel that they are not welcome ...
Valerie Singleton reports on 4: Madrid
Valerie tries to find the answer to Spanish mysteries. What is flamenco all about? Will football take over from bull-fighting in Madrid? And how did the Spanish Armada look through Spanish eyes?
Film cameraman RAY HENMAN Sound recordist RON BROWN Film editor JOHN STOTHART Producer EDWARD BARNES PETER SMITH
Weatherman BARBARA EDWARDS
Cat Stevens - Buddha and the Chocolate Box - Cat Stevens , who sings about both Jesus and Buddha on his new album, discusses his personal search for religion.
10 cc live
The Great Vicar Stretcher Race
Plus reports on everything from direct community action to real old-fashioned religion.
Presented by ALEX DOLPHIN and ALASTAIR PIRRIE
Producer PETER ARMSTRONG
Letters to the papers ...
David Wade asks whether this week's crop suggests that: The people's voice is odd,
It is, and it is not, the voice of God
Producer ANDREW BARR
from Balmoral, Belfast, with choirs from QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY and the ROYAL VICTORIA HOSPITAL, the ULSTER SINGERS, and BBC NORTHERN IRELAND ORCHESTRA conducted by HAVELOCK NELSON Soloist BERNADETTE GREEVY
Introduced by EDGAR BOUCHER
MARGARET TUDOR EVANS Producer MOORE WASSON
Executive producer RAYMOND SHORT
starring Jean Anderson
Patrick O'Connell , Jennifer Wilson with Richard Easton , Robin Chadwick Hilary Tindall , Gabrielle Drake Conspirators by ERIC PAICE
Brian and David start dealing for Jennifer's shares, and Edward's position is challenged. But both brothers find they need their wives' support ...
Created by GERARD GLAISTER , N. J. CRISP Designer MICHAEL EDWARDS Producer KEN RIDDINGTON PHILIP DUDLEY
by BERNARD SHAW starring
What is the profession that has enabled Mrs Warren to have her daughter expensively educated and cared for?
Coral Browne gave a big dazzling performance (DAILY MIRROR)
The whole production left me wanting to cheer everybody (DAILY MAIL) Producer CEDRIC MESSINA HERBERT WISE
Sir George Crofts:
Rev Samuel Gardner:
with Richard Baker
Omnibus presents one of the -series of documentaries featuring some of the world's leading orchestras.
The Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam conductor Bernard Haitink
The orchestra was formed as a result of the opening of Amsterdam's new ' Concertgebouw' - Concert Hall-in 1888, and soon acquired an international reputation under the legendary Willem Mengelberg, its conductor for nearly 50 years.
In 1964 Bernard Haitink succeeded Eduard van Beinum as sole conductor at the age of 35. Today he remarks ' I'm still alive, the orchestra's still alive, so after all the thing worked.'
The music extracts include Strauss Ein Heldenleben Ravel Mother Goose Suite Brahms Symphony No 4
Stravinsky The Rite of Spring Mahler Symphony No 1
Filmed in the Concertgebouw and the city of Amsterdam in the Netherlands Executive producer MIKE WOOLLER Producer IAN ENGELMANN
"Editors are still very influential. They've got their investigative reporters, they've got all their facilities. They're still important; perhaps because they're free in a way that radio and TV are unable to be."
William Hardcastle discusses with editors of newspapers, television and radio - those who shape what we read, see and hear - the issues behind the week's news.