Produced and presented by Mahendra Kaul
(From Birmingham: repeated on Wednesday at 1.5 pm - not N Ireland)
What is Religion? DONALD HUDSON discusses fundamentals with CHRISTINE CHANNON , CLAY KNOWLES Introduced by GEOFFREY LEWIS and REV A. m. SOLOMON from St George in-the -East, London Producer R. T. BROOKS
Rev A. M.
Introduced by DAVID RICHARDSON Trauma for Tenants
PHILIP WRIXO N reports on a business started six years ago.
Producer JOHN KENYON (from Birmingham)
Weather for Farmers
ALAN BYDE, from Oxford, builds a canoe in glass fibre: 2
Introduced by JOHN EARLE
Director JOHN VICAR
Producer JOHN DOBSON
2: Limestone Country
From Kelmscot, P. J. Kavanagh walks through ' William Morris ' country to Lechlade and visits the Cotswold villages of Eastleach and Bibury.
Director TOM DODD
Producer DEREK SMITH (Birmingham)
A Western adventure series
Starring Pete Duel as Smith and Ben Murphy as Jones
with guest stars Claudine Longet, Susan Oliver, Nico Minardos
The Final direct from the I All England
Jumping Course, Hickstead
The conclusion of a great International equestrian occasion-the 1974 Men's World Championship. Including a description of the World Championship Final course by the four participants, live coverage of the entire Final, the presentation of prizes by IIRH The Princess Anne, and the recorded highlights of the new competition for three-day event riders. Introduced by DAVID VINE
Commentators DORIAN WILLIAMS
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD , ANN MOORE
Associate director FRED VINER
Executive producer ALAN MOUNCER
An adventure serial in 13 parts by N. j. CRISP: part 2
John's father has disappeared and the police don'seem interested. John and Susan decide to solve the mystery for themselves, but they don'know someone is watching them, all the time ...
Serial devised by N. J. CRISP with GERARD GLAISTER Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director PHILIP DUDLEY
Chief Insp Dunn:
Presented by Harold Williamson
2: The Fourth World
What should we do for the disappearing peoples of the Fourth World: the Rain Forest Indians of South America, for example? Should we gather them up in Human Zoos? Offer them the dubious benefits of civilisation? Convert them to Christianity? Jean Liedloff
Stephen Hugh-Jones Peter Kingston Dr Andrew Ross
Dr Stafford Lightman and Brian Reading of the Economist present their suggestions on film and in the studio.
Director ROBERT TONER
Producer DAVID KENNARD
appeals on behalf of the Bath Preservation Trust for funds to help the Trust in its fight to prevent further destruction of the Georgian architecture of Bath, which is unique in our national heritage.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: Lord Clark of Saltwood, CH, KCB, Bath Preservation Trust, [address removed]
A personal selection of hymns and songs taken from recent Songs of Praise programmes recorded in churches and chapels throughout Britain.
Introduced this week by Geoffrey Wheeler
Director GEOFF WILSON
Producer STEWART CROSS
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT (from Manchester)
A Personal History of the United States by Alistair Cooke
8 : Domesticating a Wilderness
Film cameraman a. a. ENGLANDER Director tim SLESSOR
Producer MICHAEL gill
Fully illustrated book. Alistair Cooke 's America, £5.00, from bookshops
Greer Garson , Walter Pidgeon with Edward Arnold
Agnes Moorehead , Cecil Kellaway The first of three MGM pictures of the 40s - a time when the studio boasted of ' more stars than there are in heaven.'
Tonight, two of those famous stars in the screen version of Louis Bromfield's best-selling novel -the romantic story of a small-town girl who, as the wife of the flamboyant and unscrupulous Major Parkington, becomes a society hostess in the New York of the 1870s.
Director TAY GARNETT
This Week's Films: page 13
Major Augustus Parkington:
Edward, Prince of Wales:
Alice, Duchess de Brancourt:
with Kenneth Kendall Weather
Rt Hon Edward Heath ,
Mr Second of a series of informal conversations between the musical maestro and his friends and acquaintances in various walks of life.
Director ROY TIPPING
Producer WALTER TODDS
Next Sunday: Andri Previn meets the pianists Stephen Bishop and Martha Argerich
Last year the brilliant and controversial choreographer Maurice Bejart faced one of the greatest challenges of his colourful career. He was invited to present the world premiere of his ballet of Le Marteau Sans MaÃ®tre by Pierre Boulez, at La Scala, Milan.
This Omnibus film, first shown last December, observes BÃ©jart and his cast of seven dancers from his ' Ballet of the 20th Century ' during the weeks of preparation in Brussels, both in the rehearsal room and in their homes. During the course of rehearsals, BÃ©jart had to face some unwelcome setbacks. The film shows how he and his dancers overcame these problems and follows them closely through the exciting events before, during and after the world premiere.
Executive producer Mike Wooller Written and produced by Michael Houldey