Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Repeated Wed 1.5 pm (not N Ireland)
The Family of Man
From a conference arranged by the Council for World Mission at Swanwick, Derbyshire
Interviewer LEONARD PEARCEY Meditations DAVID JENKINS Music COLIN SHARP and members of the Conference
Producer R. T. BROOKS
What price rise?
A report on the Council of Ministers Meeting in Brussels.
Producer JOHN KENYON (Birmingham) Weather for farmers
David Bellamy with A walk through the hills . , ,
Director BRIAN DAUBNEY
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY
Book (same title) fl.00, from bookshops
With MAGGIE HENDERSON and FRED HARRIS
Music by PETER GOSLING AND DAVE MOSES
Devised and produced by Michael COLE
Angels with Dirty Faces starring
James Cagney, Pat O'Brien
Ann Sheridan , Humphrey Bogart Tough guy Rocky Sullivan is a hero to the kids in the neighbourhood, but Fr Connolly 's last request is too much for him.
Based on a story by ROLAND BROWN Directed by MICHAEL CURTIZ This Week's Films: page 21
Written by Barrie Pitt and Antony Jay.
A 26-part history of the 1914-1918 war.
How the Navy faced the challenge of the Imperial German Navy in the opening months of the 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
Series produced in collaboration with the Imperial War Museum, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Australian Broadcasting Commission
Douglas Haig (Voice):
Lloyd George (Voice):
The Band and Trumpeters of the Royal Military School of Music (Kneller Hall)
Since 1857 Sir Godfrey Kneller 's country house has been the home of military music and that of the famous Kneller Hall Band. The band perform a programme of music to suit all.
Sound vie GODRICH
Lighting SAM BRANTER
Television presentation KEN GRIFFIN
starring with guest stars J. D. Cannon Jane Merrow , Jane Wyatt
The Reformation of Harry Briscoe
An adventure serial in 13 parts by N. j. CRISP : Part 10
Yorkshire: John gets himself into a desperate situation ...
Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director PHILIP DUDLEY
Weatherman JACK SCOTT
Such a Practical Religion
They don'go to doctors, they don'smoke, or drink - but there's more than that to being a Christian Scientist. It is a way of life and one of its most crucial beliefs is that sin and disease are unreal. In this film they explain their religion which claims to have rediscovered the technique by which the miracles were performed.
Reporter RUTH BRANDON
Producer SHIRLEY du BOULAY
for the Deaf from St Leonard's Parish Church, Ayr
Introduced by REV STEWART LOCHRIE, MBE, JP with the DEAF LADIES' CHOIR conductor BRENDA SUTCLIFFE and singers from local choirs
Recorded at the 1974 Congress of the British Deaf Association
Blessing REV CAMPBELL SAUNDERS Organist JOHN ROBINSON
Conductor WILLIAM BOWIE Producer RALPH SMITH
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT (BBC Scotland)
starring Jean Anderson
Patrick O'Connell , Jennifer Wilson with Richard Easton , Robin Chadwick Hilary Tindall , Derek Benfield Gabrielle Drake
Riley and Farrell join the Hammonds' Board. At once Brian and Riley come into conflict. But Brian's behaviour is really a reflection of his worsening relationship with Ann.
Happy Anniversary by N. j. CRISP
Created by GERARD GLAISTER and N. J. CRISP Designer MYLES LANG
Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director VERE LORRIMER
starring Shirley MacLaine, John McMartin, Ricardo Montalban, Sammy Davis Jr with Chita Rivera, Paula Kelly, Stubby Kaye, Barbara Bouchet
The whole world seems to take advantage of warm-hearted Charity. Then, trapped in a lift, she meets shy insurance agent, Oscar.
Choreographer and director BOB FOSSE
with Peter Woods ; Weather
It's a very simple question: Are you, or have you ever been, a member of the Communist Party? Any real American would be proud to answer that question.
This abridged version of a film first shown in Omnibus tells what happened in 1947 when the House Committee on Un-American Activities came to Hollywood to track down communist subversion in the film industry. Heads of studios and stars spoke up before the Committee, but one group of writers and directors resisted-the Hollywood Ten.
Executive producer MIKE WOOLER Director: TRISTRAM POWELL
A series of four programmes in which foreigners look at Britain.
As Community Relations Officer for Gravesend Charles Revis justly takes pride in the area's reputation for good relations with its ten per cent immigrant community, most of whom are Sikhs. Before he came to England Charles's image of the North Kent area was confined to his reading of Charles Dickens in India before the War. Now he revisits some of these locations, and introduces his multi-racial family, an example of successful 'coexistence' - a word he prefers to 'integration.'