A magazine for Asian viewers Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director ASHOK RAMPAL (Birmingham)
Keep your languages alive with a look at France and Germany today Twenty programmes. 14: Szene 74 Jugend in Deutschland
Presented by MICHAEL BIRKETT
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES
Books, 50p each, from bookshops
A combined television and radio course for beginners in German A series of 25 programmes
14: Könnten Sie mir bitte heljen? with LIANE RUDOLPH , PETRA SCHROEDER JURGEN ANDERSEN , LUTZ LIEBELT
Written by CORINNA SCHNABEL Teaching adviser ANTONY PECK Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI
(Rptd: Wed 12.5 pm, Sat 10.25 am)
Radio programme today at 3.0. R4 VHF Books 1 and 2 (same title) 75p each; records 1 and 2, £1.40 each; cassette 1, £1.73; cassette 2, £1.83, from bookshops
A life of WILLIAM COWPER based on his poems and letters written and performed by DAVID GOODERSON
Singer LEONARD PEARCEY
A shortened version presented at the Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick, Derbyshire.
Presented for television by R. T. BROOKS
Your age? Your show! The pleasures and problems, chances and challenges of retirement. Fourth of 20 programmes Presented by ROY HUDD and EILEEN FOWLER
Executive producer SHEILA INNES Producer BRlGIT BARRY
Repeated: Thursday 12.25 pm
Ten programmes for men and women thinking of changing jobs in mid-career
4: What About the Workers?
Six months ago 900 carpet workers in Ayr were made redundant. How many have now found jobs and who helped find them? Presented by JOHN TIMPSON With JOHN KORVING
Producer BRYN BROOKS Director ANNA jackson
Book (some title) £1.50, from bookshops
Ten programmes. 4: Tackling [ntroduced by DAVID VINE With RAY WILLIAMS
(Welsh Rugby Union) and DON RUTHERFORD
(Rugby Football Union) from St Luke's College, Exeter.
Director JOHN RICKWORD Producer JOHN DOBSON
Introduced by PHILIP wrixon
Modem Marketing for Horticulture: DAVID RICHARDSON looks at the New Covent Garden, a new distribution complex in the South East, and a new market information service for growers.
Producer JOHN KENTON (Birmingham)
Weather for farmers
A series of 20 programmes
4: Leaving Home (2). A practical advice programme following last week's film on the problems of young people leaving home.
Producer DAVID SELIGMAN
Series editor EURFRON GWYNNE JONES
With MAGGIE HENDERSON and FRED HARRIS
Music by PETER GOSLING and DAVE MOSES Written and produced by MICHAEL COLE Executive producer CYNTIIIA FELGATE
Harry H. Corbett , Stanley Baxter Bill Fraser , Percy Herbert
Lance Percival , Reg Varney
Having reluctantly chosen the Army in preference to prison, a gambler and his cronies set about getting things organised.
Director FRANK LAUNDER
This Week's Films: page 17
' Benny the Kid':
A series of zoological exploration 5: Los Glaciares National Park
Among the Patagonian Andes, this park offers the most spectacular scenery in all Argentina.
Filmed by DOUGLAS FISHER
Producer JEFFERY BOSWALL (Bristol)
Written by Correlli Barnett.
In a last desperate bid for victory the German Army launches a violent offensive on the Western Front and the Allies fall back towards Paris.
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
Lloyd George (voice):
with Cliff Michelmore
HMS Ark Royal is a floating town with a population of nearly 3,000 men. This aircraft carrier is the most powerful warship the Navy has ever owned and plays an important part in NATO's defence of the North Atlantic.
CLIFF MICHELMORE spent a week on board talking to the crew and listening to their music.
Director JOHN HUGHES Producer TOM CONWAY
by L. M. MONTGOMERY
Dramatised in six parts by ELAINE MORGAN : part 2
Anne has started work as a teacher at Avonlea school. Against all her principles she uses the cane to punish a pupil.
Make-up JUDY THONGER
Script editor ALISTAIR BELL Designer ANTHONY THORPE Producer JOHN MCRAE Director JOAN CRAFT
Weatherman JACK scott
How can we change our values and attitudes to meet the current world crises?
Joan Bakewell talks to
Rev Dr Philip Potter , General Secretary of the World Council of Churches.
' Christians are people who ought to know that to be is far more important than to have.'
Producer SHIRLEY DU BOULAY
Review by Juan Bakewelt : pages 62-63
from St Michael and All Angels Collegiate Church, Tettenhall Regis, Wolverhampton
Introduced by GEOFFREY WHEELER
Christ is our corner-stone (Harewood) The King of love (St Columba) Thou art the way (St James)
0 thou who earnest (Hereford)
Thine arm, 0 Lord (St Matthew)
Lord. teach us how to pray (St Hugh) Lead us, Heavenly Father (Mannheim) When all thy mercies (Contemplation) Thy hand. 0 God (Thornbury)
Organist PETER KING
Conductor ROBIN C. BOWMAN Director MICHAEL SHOESMITH
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
Jack Hedley , Bernard Hepton Anthony Valentine with Richard Heffer , Hans Meyer Paul Chapman Guest star
Ace in the Hole by DAVID AMBROSE
' It is not part of our duty to create either heroes or martyrs here. This man's reputation goes before him - as a flier. Let us see how long it survives the confines of Colditz.'
Cast in order of appearance:
Series devised by BRIAN DEGAS and GERARD GLAISTER Designer BARRIE DOBBINS
Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director TERENCE DUDLEY â€¡
Capt George Brent:
Capt Tim Downing:
Flt-Lt Simon Carter:
Capt George Holland:
Gina Lollobriglda Shelley Winters
Phil Silvers , Peter Lawford and Telly Savalas
Mrs Carla Campbell is distressed to learn that the American Air Force squadron which was stationed in the small Italian village of San Forino during World War II is planning to return for a reunion. For the past 20 years, Carla and her daughter Gia have been living luxuriously on support from three ex-members of the squadron - each of whom believes himself to be the girl's father!
Producer and director MELVIN FRANK This Week's films: page 17
Carla (Mrs Campbell):
with Kenneth Kendall; Weather
Another chance to see the world's two greatest living potters-88-year-old Bernard Leach, now nearly blind, who lives in St Ives, and his friend Shoji Hamada, who lives in Japan. They talk about and demonstrate how a lump of clay becomes a pot.
Since man's earliest history the potter has played a vital role in making utensils for daily use, but with the development of modern techniques the role of the potter has declined and the understanding of pottery as a craft exists less and less.
Narrated by JOHN HORSLEY
Director DAVID OUTERBRIDGE ‡
A series of five programmes on the national newspaper industry 4: Reporter (part 2)
The second of two films on a working week (25-30 November 1974) in the life of ROBERT FISK, Special Correspondent in Ireland of the London Times.
Producer ROGER OWEN