A magazine for Asian viewers Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Director ASHOK RAMPAL from Birmingham: repeated on Wednesday at 1.5 pm (not N Ireland)
Presented and produced by GAVIN HEWITT
from St Leonard's Parish Church, Ayr, on the occasion of the Triennial Congress of the British Deaf Association conducted by REV CANON ALAN MACKENZIE
(Chairman of the Association) Preacher
REV STEWART LOCHRIE
(Minister to the Deaf in Glasgow) THE DEAF LADIES' CHOIR conductor BRENDA SUTCLIFFE
Come, let us join our cheerful songs (Nativity)
Put thou thv trust in God (Ich halte treulich stilli
We love the place, 0 God (Quam dilecta) All people that on earth do dwell (Old 100th)
Organist JOHN ROBINSON
Television presentation RALPH SMITH BBC Scotland
Act 2 Of MOZART'S
The Marriage of Figaro rehearsed by ANTHONY BESCH
Repetiteur HENRY WARD
Television direction RODNEY BENNETT Producer VICTOR toole
9: This Handful of Dreams
The Gaelic, Catholic and rural ideals of the Gaelic League had an important influence both on the development of Irish culture and on the development of the Irish State.
Director brigit BARRY Producer
Join ROY DAY and PHYLLIDA LAW 4: Painting and Papering
Director BRYN BROOKS Producer sheila INNES
Introduced by DAVID RICHARDSON Wool
Is it worth investing more money and effort in the British clip?
Producer JOHN KENYON (Birmingham)
Weather for Farmers
What is it that drives a child on to compete and to win?
Director PAUL KRIWACZEK
Series editor eurfron GWYNNt: JONES Book, based on last series. 60p, from bookshops
Introduced by Jimmy Hill
All 16 countries taking part in the 1974 World Cup finals have now played one match.
This afternoon's programme features the outstanding action from the eight matches played and looks ahead to the action in all four groups this coming week.
SAM LEITCH and ALAN CBIVERS
Susan Hayward. Michael Craig Diane Baker , Edward Judd
Susan Hayward takes over the role created by Bette Davis in this new version of Dark Victory. She plays Laura Pember, an American divorcee living in Britain who is dying of a brain tumour. Michael Craig plays the doctor who diagnoses her condition and with whom she finds ' the stolen hours ' of happiness.
Director DANIEL M. petrie
A series of six programmes in which Arthur Negus travels along some of the old coaching routes of Britain stopping along the way to investigate anything unusual from the past that takes his fancy.
This week: London to York Part 1
Going for a Song: English Furniture, by Arthur Negus, Â£1.75, from bookshops
A Western adventure series starring Pete Duel as Smith and Ben Murphy as Jones with guest stars
Patrick MacNee , Juliet Mills
The Man who Murdered Himself
Two jobs for the boys. For Jones it is the risky one of riding with dynamite over very rough country. Smith, on the other hand, acts as guide to a group of respectable English archaeologists. That's not such a quiet expedition either.
Weatherman BARBARA EDWARDS
Peter Pearce Gould was a senior officer in the British Army before he entered the ministry of the Church of England.
In March 1973 he became rector of St Andrew 's Church, Backwell, outside Bristol.
Tonight's film explores the hopes and fears of a parish priest setting out in his new duties and his assessment one year later.
Director keith SHEATHER BBC West
appeals on behalf of the Queen's Nursing Institute which aims to provide a high standard of community nursing care. The key to this is the Institute's nursing training scheme, which it urgently needs to extend. Donations, preferably by crossed PO or cheque, to: Roy Hudd , [address removed]
The first in a series of programmes which combines the visual glories of Wales's churches with the glorious sound of some of her finest male choirs. Tonight:
Pendyrus Male Choir
Conductor Glynne Jones with Helen Watts (contralto) and Peter Boorman (organ) from
St David 's Cathedral, Dyfed Introduced by DAVID PARRY-JONES
Battle Hymn of the Republic Pueri Hebraeorum Ave Verum
Praise ye the Lord (Psalm 135) Steal Away Balulalow
The Lord's Prayer Llanfair
GERAINT STANLEY JONES
A Personal History of the United States written and narrated by Alistair Cooke
Alistair Cooke examines the colonists who went out from 17th-century England. Merchant adventurers founded plantations in Virginia and the south; religious dissidents, the Pilgrims and Puritans, landed up in New England.
"The master of the spoken word that found an excellent cameraman." (Glasgow Evening Citizen)
"One programme I wouldn't willingly miss." (Peter Black, Daily Mail)
Fully illustrated book, Alistair Cooke's America, Â£5.00, from bookshops
Fredric March with Arthur Kennedy
Martha Scott , Dewey Martin Gig Young, Mary Murphy
Three men have broken out of jail and are looking for a temporary hideout. They choose the quiet suburban house of Dan Hilliard , moving in on the terrified Mrs Hilliard while her husband and daughter are at work and her young son is at school.
Producer and director WILLIAM WYLER
Ralphie Hilliard ,:
with Richard Whitmore Weather
Sadler's Wells Theatre, 1931; the birthplace of the first British national ballet company consisting of just six girls led by Ninette de Valois. Since then she has watched the company grow into the Royal Ballet, with 130 dancers and two schools which send dancers and teachers all over the world.
In tonight's conversation, filmed for Omnibus with PATRICK GAR LAND the theatre and film director, DAME NINETTE DE VALOIS remembers the early days and looks forward to the future.
Sound recordist BILL chesneau Film cameraman KEN WESTBURY Film editor PETER COULSON
Executive producer mike wooller Producer MARGARET douclas DirectorJULIA . MATHESON
William Hardcastle discusses with editors of newspaper, television and radio -those who shape what we read, see and hear -the issues behind the week's news.
Director jim MURRAY
Producer ELWYN PARRY-JONES