A magazine for Asian viewers Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Director ASHOK RAMPAL (Birmingham)
Images of Easter introduced from
Bray Parish Church by REV SIDNEY DORAN : with BARBARA LEIGH-HUNT , NIGEL STOCK and THE CHOIR OF ST BERNARD 'S
CONVENT SCHOOL, SLOUGH conductor GILLIAN GRIFFITHS
Producer R. T. BROOKS
Twelfth of 20 programmes
ROY HUDD and IRENE THOMAS visit Bradford to meet the people behind an exciting new project to save our history before it is sold for scrap.
Director CHARLES PASCOE
Executive producer SHEILAINNES Producer BRIGIT BARRY
(Repeated: Thursday 12.25 pm)
A series of ten programmes for hearing-impaired people, those who live and work with them, and for. the plain curious ...
One in ten of us will suffer a significant hearing loss during our lives. What problems do deafened people face? What can the rest of us do to help?
1: Down with the Stiff Upper Lip Introduced by Polly Elwes and Richard Baker
(The programme will be captioned for those who cannot hear.)
Director Brian Daubney Producer David Allen
Book (same title) 85p, from bookshops. Details of lip-reading exercises will be given in the programme
A series of ten programmes about the strange and fascinating animals that had already vanished from the Earth before the coming of Man. 1: Birth of a Science
Faith, fantasy or palaeontology? Introduced by DR ALAN CHARIG
Curator of Fossil Amphibians, Reptiles and Birds at the British Museum (Natural History) London
Director PETER RAMSDEN
Producer BRENDA HORSFIELD
Book (same title) £5, from bookshops
Introduced by PHILIP WRIXON Another Long-term Plan
A report in 1968 on ' Agriculture's Import-saving Role ' saw the potential for considerable expansion. What's happened since, and what chances are there of new plans being implemented?
Producer JOHN KENYON (Birmingham)
Weather for farmers
A series of 20 programmes 12 : Jason and Eloise - The First Five Years
In their fourth year, Jason and Eloise start nursery school.
Film editorERIC MIVAL
Producer EURFRON GWYNNE JONES
(Repeated: Monday BBC2 7.5 pm)
in Canvas Back Duck and Mickey Mouse in Lend a Paw
WALT DISNEY cartoons
with Randolph Scott
Betty Grable , Harriet Nelson
Song and dance man ' Bake' Baker joins the navy when his girl friend Sherry walks out on him.
Music by IRVING BERLIN Director MARK SANDRICH
This Week's Films: page 19 THE FRED ASTAIRE STORY: a RADIO TIMES SPECIAL, 50p from newsagents
' Bake ' Baker:
The Secrets of the Pirate's Inn Part 2
One by one, the trail of clues to the hidden treasure are solved by the old sea captain and his juvenile crew, revealing surprise after surprise - but then the unknown enemy intervenes.
A WALT DISNEY production
Islands: series of six programmes 5: The Isle of Man
Valerie Singleton arrives with a shipload of motor-bikes for the island's big event-TT week-and tries her hand at the 37-mile motor-cycle circuit. She traces the eccentric career of the man who founded the lifeboat service, Sir William Hillary. and tells the story of the Snaefell Mine Disaster.
Film editor PETER GIBBS Producer EDWARD BARNES
Director DAVID BROWN (Manchester)
Two paperbacks (same title): Hong Kong and Malta, 40p; Isles of Skye, Man, and Wight, 40p; from bookshops
by ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON dramatised in six parts by MARTIN WORTH: part 5
Henry has recovered from a fever brought on by the belief that he has killed his brother, but his character has changed.
Script editor ALISTAIR BELL Designer GRAHAM OAKLEY
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE Director FIONA CUMMING
Weatherman KEITH BEST
The World of Religion in 1975 Presented by Colin Morris
This week: Spirit of the Sioux
' Look at the view from the top of this mountain; this is the temple that the Creator made for the red man.' (Catches Enemy,
Sioux Medicine Man.)
More and more of today's American Indians are turning back to their traditional beliefs; even the most militant during the recent Wounded Knee protest took part in religious ceremonies.
Peter France reports from the Sioux tribal reservation on the religion of the pipe, and its new converts from Christianity.
Producer BILL NICHOLSON
Series producer PETER ARMSTRONG (Repeated: Monday 12.15 pm)
They shall rise and pass: page 3
from St Christopher's Church, RAF Brize Norton , Oxfordshire
By permission of Group Captain P. A. Ward, Officer Commanding. Introduced by MARTIN MUNCASTER This is RAF Sunday when the Air Force commemorates its formation back in 1918. The congregation is made up of officers, air-men and civilians.
Praise the Lord (Austria) Love divine 'Love divine)
Forty days and forty nights Spirit of God Jesu , the very thought of thee (Lloyd) Light up the fire
Where cross the crowded ways (Fulda) AU in the April evening
My God accept my heart (Belmont) Now thank we all (Nun Danket)
Conductor FLT-LIEUTw. H. BURNS Organist JUNE NEILSON
Prayer and Blessing REV RICHARD TAYLOR and REV FR HENRY FARRELLY Producer ANDREW BARR
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
Patrick O'Connell Jennifer Wilson with Richard Easton Robin Chadwick Derek Benfield
The Hammond family has been subjected to considerable change in recent months, both publicly and privately, and what the future has in store for any one of them is uncertain ...
Life Goes On by N. J. CRISP
Created by GERARD GLAISTER and N. J. CRISP Script editor DOUGLAS WATKINSON Designer GAVIN DAVIES
Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director LENNIE MAYNE
On the road again: page 4
Sir Neville Henniswode:
David Niven introduces a season of famous British films of the war on television for the first time.
This week starring David Niven with Raymond Huntley William Hartnell
Stanley Holloway , James Donald John Laurie
The story of a group of ordinary men who become an efficient fighting unit of the Light Infantry.
Director CAROL REED
This Week's Films: page 19
Lt Jim Perry:
Col Walmsley A:
with Richard Baker Weather
The most exotic dance story of the century. Vaslav Nijinsky , one of the founders of modern dance, the boy-friend of the great Diaghilev, spent most of his life insane. Through a specially created ballet, rare photographs and contemporary music and through Nijinsky's own writing, tonight's Omnibus re-creates the story of 'The God of the Dance.' with Dame Marie Rambert, John Hurt as Nijinsky, Nicholas Johnson as the dancer, with Kate Harrison and Gideon Avrahami
(Nicholas Johnson appears by arrangement with Covent Garden)
Written and directed by:
A series of eight films
1: Jerusalem, Jerusalem
For both Moslems and Jews - as well as for Christians - Jerusalem is a city unlike any other. Director PETER JARVIS
Producer HOWARD SMITH
How they roll out the barrels: pp 6-7 followed by Weatherman
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