A magazine for Asian viewers Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director ASHOK RAMPAL from Birmingham: repeated on Wednesday at 1.5 pm (not N Ireland) )
Do Care But Don' Worry
An attitude to learn at leisure KEITH MACKLIN talks to
WILLIAM KYLE and BENITA KYLE of the Westminster Pastoral Foundation Songs by CINDY KENT and CINDY'S GROUP
From the Methodist Guild Holidays Centre at Willersley Castle, Derbyshire. Producer R. BROOKS
All the World's a Page
Britain is the international leader in facsimile transmission. At the touch of a switch documents, Photographs and even whole newspapers can be sent all over the world.
Reporter DAVID WILSON
Producer JOHN BURDEN
The Cheapest Meat on the Menu
A film on the growth and development of D. B. Marshall 's Chunky Chick empire. What price do we pay for cheap meat?
Producer PATRICK CHALMERS
Weather for farmers
The fourth of ten films in which David Bellamy explores the diversity of our countryside. The Borders
The man-made, ordered landscape was once the subject of fierce disputes. Today the strife continues as the wildlife struggles for survival.
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY
Book (same title) £1.00, from bookshops
P. J. Kavanagh takes a country walk to discover six different parts of Britain.
6: Occupational Hazards p. J. KAVANAGH sees how 5,000 years of conquest has marked and moulded the Orkneys and its people. After stone age man, the Vikings, and servicemen from two world wars, Kavanagh finds another invasion is imminent.
Producer DEREK SMITH (Birmingham)
Written by John Terraine.
A 26-part history of the 1914-1918 War.
"God grant we may not have a European war thrust upon us, and for such a stupid reason, too - no, I don't mean stupid, but to have to go to war on account of tiresome Serbia beggars belief." Queen Mary, July 1914
Prisoners of national pride, and shackled together by treaty obligations, the nations of Europe follow one another down the path to war.
With the voices of Sir Michael Redgrave as Narrator, Sir Ralph Richardson as Haig, Emlyn Williams as Lloyd George, Marius Goring, Cyril Luckham, Sebastian Shaw
Series produced in collaboration with the Imperial War Museum, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Australian Broadcasting Commission
Lloyd George (voice):
from the All England Jumping Course,
Hickstead, featuring The Blue Riband of World Jumping
Hickstead's vast International Arena this afternoon stages yet another classic equestrian competition when the 1974 British Jumping Derby is contested over the whole range of the permanent obstacles that make Hickstead such an individual challenge. In the 14 years since its inception this event has produced only 13 clear rounds from nine wonderful horses.
Introduced by DAVID VINE Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD, ANN MOORE
Producer ALAN MOUNCER
An adventure serial in 13 parts by N. J. CRISP: part 6
Serial devised by N. J. CRISP with GERARD GLAISTER Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director PHILIP DUDLEY
by Pat Rooke and Gwyn Arch
with Stephen Varcoe, Barry Wilsher, Sarah Swan
Bulmershe Girls' Choir and a section of Bulmershe College Orchestra, conductor Gwyn Arch directed for last year's "That's the Spirit" festival of new forms of worship by Jill Wilsher.
From St James's Church, Piccadilly.
A section of Bulmershe College
Presented for television by:
appeals on behalf of the Disabled Drivers' Association which assists all seriously disabled people towards a fuller life through greater mobility.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: Graham Hill, Disabled Drivers' Association, [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 Bob Arnold
(Tom Forrest of The Archers)
Director GEOFF WILSON
Producer STEWART CROSS
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT (from Manchester)
A Personal History of the United States written and narrated by Alistair Cooke
One of a series issued in 1945 to commemorate the achievements of the aimed forces
12: The Arsenal
In two centuries America has gone from a small nation trusting in a rifle by the fireside to the ' shatterer of worlds.'
Not only a very clear account of America's military history but an equally clear summary of its interventions against communism since World War Two ... The beguiling voice underplays a sober scholarship of text.
(PETER BLACK, DAILY MAIL)
Film cameramen PHIL MEHEUX
JOHN WYATT. Film editor DAVID THOMAS Associate producer ANN TURNER Director DAVID HEYCOCK Producer MICHAEL GILL
Fully illustrated book, Alistair Cooke 's America, £5.00, from bookshops
Jack Lemmon , Walter Matthau
When sports cameraman Harry Hinkle is injured while covering a football game he suffers mild concussion, but his case is then taken up by his brother-in-law, shyster lawyer ' Whiplash ' Willie Gingrich , who sees the perfect opportunity to bring off a million-dollar damages coup. And this is where Harry's troubles really begin ...
Producer and director BILLY WILDER This Week's Films: page 12
Luther ' Boom-Boom Jackson:
with Kenneth Kendall Weather
The third of six visits to the Royal Albert Hall for the Anniversary of the First Promenade Concert
Craig Sheppard plays
Chopin Piano Concerto No 2, in F minor with the BBC Symphony Orchestra leader BELA DEKANY conducted by Charles Mackerras
The programme begins with the same work which Henry Wood conducted at the first Prom on 10 August, 1895:
Wagner Overture: Rienzi
Introduced by RICHARD BAKER
Director BRIAN LARGE
(Part of the concert given 10 August. From the Proms: The National Youth Orchestra, Friday, 7.30 pm BBC2, R3) This Week's Proms: page 9
Last of a series of informal conversations between the musical maestro and his friends and acquaintances in various walks of life.
PREVIN: Can you read music?
RUSSELL: I think I can follow a score, but when the music stops, I usually have three pages to go. PREVIN: I know the feeling well!
Director ROY TIPPING
Producer WALTER TODDS