A magazine for Asian viewers Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director ASHOK RAMPAL from Birmingham: repeated on Wednesday at 1.0 pm (not N Ireland)
from St Peter and St Paul's Church, Bromley, Kent. Celebrant and preacher REV DAVID BARTLEET , MA
Today's Series III Communion is sung to a setting by CHRISTOPHER FIELD, who is a member of the Church Choir.
Choirmaster MICHAEL BAILEY Organist MICHAEL EDWARDS
Television presentation ANDREW BARR
With DAVID RICHARDSON A Scot on the Moor
In 1971 a Farming team visited Dartmoor hill farmer HUGH BLACK. Today the same team return to look at his progress in the teeth of the beef crisis.
Producer MICHAEL MARSHALL BBC Scotland
Weather for farmers
The sixth of ten films in which David Bellamy explores the diversity of our countryside. Underground
The substantial part of our country which we don' usually see - excavated by man in his search for the resources he needs, and by natural factors, to produce caves and caverns in which colourless creatures make their home.
Director BRIAN DAUBNEY
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY
Book (same title) £1.00, from bookshops
by PETER FIRMIN and OLIVER POSTGATE with music by SANDRA KERR and JOHN FAULKNER
Bagpuss lives with his friends in the window of Emily's shop.
The Bagpuss Annual, to be published on 2 September, 95p from bookshops
Starring Clark Gable, Eleanor Parker, Jo Van Fleet
Dan Kehoe is a gambler. When he learns that stolen gold has been hidden on a ranch he decides to collect the loot for himself.
This Week's Films: page 14
Written by John Terraine.
A 26-part history of the 1914-1918 war.
with the voices of Sir Michael Redgrave as Narrator, Sir Ralph Richardson as Haig,
Emlyn Williams as Lloyd George and Marius Goring, Cyril Luckham, Sebastian Shaw.
The British fight their first battle at Mons; everywhere the Allies fall back before the German onslaught. But in the midst of defeat General Joffre, the French Commander-in Chief, plans a counter-stroke.
Series produced in collaboration with the Imperial War Museum, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Australian Broadcasting Commission
Lloyd George (Voice):
Dancers and singers from all over the world take part in the 10th Billingham International Folklore Festival. Over 500 performers from 12 countries including: Japan: dances of the Samurai Romania: folk dances of Transylvania
USSR: chorus songs from the Steppes
USA: Hawaiian, Indian and Aztec dances
Puerto Rico: primitive bomba dances
Introduced by Michael Rodd
Television presentation TONY HARRISON (from Manchester)
starring Pete Duel as Smith and Ben Murphy as Jones with guest stars Vera Miles
Charles H. Gray
The Posse that Wouldn' Quit
An adventure serial in 13 parts by N. J. CRISP : part 8
Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director PHILIP DUDLEY
A remarkable building emerged when traditional church architecture was abandoned in the search for a setting appropriate to the new Roman Catholic Liturgy. This film, much of it shot on the day of Consecration, explains why Bristol's new Cathedral is dramatically different from the Victorian Pro Cathedral it replaces.
Narrator DEREK JONES
Director RUTH LOVELL
Producer JAMES DEWAR (BBC West)
with a Sea Service from Walmer Lifeboat Station, Kent, with combined local choirs and the Band of the Royal Marines School of Music
Introduced by Martin Muncaster
O worship the King (Hanover)
God of grace (Regent Square)
Lead us heavenly Father (Mannheim)
Far round the world (Woodlands)
Thou whose almighty word (Moscow)
Put thou thy trust (Doncaster)
Eternal Father (Melita)
The waters from the shore (Abridge)
Hear us good Lord (Peel Castle)
The day thou gavest (St Clement)
Conductor Lieut-Col Peter Neville, MVO, FRAM (Principal Director of Music, Royal Marines School of Music)
Prayer and blessing by Rev Peter Hammond
Prayer and blessing:
Patrick O'Connell Jennifer Wilson with Richard Easton , Robin Chadwick Hilary Tindall , Derek Benfield
At the end of the last series Edward and Jennifer returned home from holiday, anxious to acquaint Mary with their marriage plans. Instead, they found her collapsed from another heart attack. Now the Hammonds gather round at this time of crisis. A good time for Riley's wife, Gwen, to lend her assistance.
Emergency by N. J. CRISP
Created by GERARD GLAISTER and N. J. CRISP Designer GAVIN DAVIES
Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director RODERICK GRAHAM
starring Audrey Hepburn with Peter Finch , Edith Evans Peggy Ashcroft
A young Belgian girl becomes a nun and is given the name of Sister Luke. She finds her period of training increasingly difficult, for her intelligence and independent spirit make the principle of unquestioning obedience particularly hard to observe.
Director FRED ZINNEMANN
This Week's Films: page 14
Dr Van Der Mal:
with Richard Whitmore Weather
The fifth of six visits to the Royal Albert Hall for the 1974 season of Henry Wood Promenade Concerts. Stephen Bishop plays
Bartok Piano Concerto No 3 BBC Symphony Orchestra leader BELA DEKANY conducted by Colin Davis
The programme begins with Beethoven Overture Leonora No 1 Introduced by RICHARD BAKER
Director vie DOWDALL
(Part of the concert given on 13 August, This Week's Proms: page 11)
Five programmes in which individuals from abroad who have chosen to live here take a look at Britain and the British way of life. 1: Jacques Champagne - a Frenchman in London
JACQUES CHAMPAGNE is a foreign correspondent based in London since 1947. In London he works for newspapers in France and Belgium and for Radio Lausanne. Now, against the background of our General Election last February, he examines the role of a Foreign Correspondent in Britain today.
Producer JOHN c. MILLER (Manchester) (15 Sept: An American in Manchester)