A magazine for Asian viewers Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director ASHOK RAMPAL (Birmingham)
A series of 25 programmes
23: Was sind Sie von Beruf? with LIANE RUDOLPH , PETRA SCHROEDER JURGEN ANDERSEN , LUTZ LIEBELT
Written by CORINNA SCHNABEL Teaching adviser ANTONY PECK Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI
(Repeated: Saturday 3 May, 10.25 am; Wednesday 7 May 12.5 pm)
Radio programme today at 3.0, R4 VHF Books 1. 2 and 3 (same title) 75p each; records 1, 2 and 3, £1.40 each; cassette 1. £1.73; cassettes 2 and 3, £1.83 each, from bookshops
A service in the series of Spring Meetings organised this year by the Methodist Missionary Society in South Wales. from Roath Park Methodist Church, Cardiff Conducted by REV WESLEY ARIARAJAH (Sri Lanka) Preacher REV DR COLIN MORRIS
Commissioning by REV WYNDHAM BOLD (Chairman of the Cardiff and Swansea Methodist District) with representatives from the overseas work of the church in many countries.
Organist JOHN WICKETT
TV presentation by RAYMOND SHORT
Your age? Your show!
The pleasures and problems, chances and challenges of retirement ... not forgetting a touch of nostalgia.
Fifteenth of 20 programmes with ROY HUDD and IRENE THOMAS
Director CHARLES PASCOE
Executive producer SHEILA INNES Producer BRIGIT BARRY
(Repeated: Thursday 12.25 pm)
A series of ten programmes 4: Give Me a Sign
Many deaf and hard of hearing people communicate using some gestures or sign language. Is this a help or a hindrance? 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 4: Detective Story
A shred of fur, a footprint, a few teeth or bones may be the only clues we have for reoonsltructing an extinct animal.
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) £5.00, from bookshops
Problems, politics, personalities distilled from some of the past 900 programmes.
Producer JOHN KENYON (Birmingham)
Weather for farmers
A series of 20 programmes
15 : Your Kid Joins - You Join!
JUDITH DAVIS visits a thriving playgroup set up and run by mothers on a housing estate.
Director VIVIENNE KING Producer DICK FOSTER
Series editor EURFRON GWYNNE JONES
Starring Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers with Edna May Oliver, Walter Brennan.
The last in this season of Astaire-Rogers pictures is this highly successful screen biography of Vernon and Irene Castle, the husband and wife dancing partnership who charmed America and Europe in the years between 1911 and 1918.
This Week's Films; page 13 The Fred Astaire Story: a Radio Times Special, 50p from newsagents
Mr Mouse takes a Trip and Fox Hunt
We Call It Cider
It's in October that the countryman's year begins to slow down; autumn smoulders on towards winter.
Down on his West Country farm, Percy Copp can turn once more to his seasonal distraction -traditional cider-making - the more, the merrier.
Narrated by DUNCAN CARSE
Music composed by ANTONY SADLER Director DES GOOD
Producer PETER CRAWFORD (Bristol)
with Geoffrey Wheeler Heat 2: Ballymena
PATRICIA MCCORMACK, ALAN DICKEY MARY DUNN , PETER JOHNSTON v Enniskillen
DIANA DAY, SEAMUS MULLIGAN MARGUERITA GILLESPIE
Questions set by BOSWELL TAYLOR Director PETER MASSEY Producer BILL WRIGHT
Michael O'Hara the Fourth: part 1 The fact that the fourth generation ' 'Mike' happens to be a female teenager doesn't prevent her trying to follow the family tradition of police work-much to the embarrassment of her father, Captain Mike III.
Mike O'Hara IV:
Captain Mike O'Hara:
by NINA BAWDEN : dramatised by MARILYN FOX in five parts
Part 1: Carrie and Nick are evacuated from London during the Second World War. They arrive at a Welsh mining village, wondering what on earth is going to happen to them.
Designer DAVID CROZIER
Executive producer ANNA HOME Director PAUL STONE
Lady in hall:
Weatherman BARBARA EDWARDS
Colin Morris takes a hard look at the world of religion in 1975.
from Bangor Cathedral with BANGOR CATHEDRAL CHOIR
FRIARS SCHOOL CHOIR
ST GERARD'S CONVENT SCHOOL CHOIR
PENRHYN MALE VOICE CHOIR
Introduced by GWYNFRYN THOMAS
Lord, who in thy perfect wisdom (Blaenwern)
All my hope on God is founded (Michael)
0 lesu mawr. rho d'anian bur (Lief)
Let all the world in every corner sing (St Teilo)
Angel voices ever singing (Angel voices) O thou who earnest from above (Here-ford)
My soul there is a country (Parry)
Ymgrymed pawb i iawr (Rhosymedre)
Through the night of doubt and sorrow (Marching)
The God of Abraham prays (Leoni)
Gwyn a gwridog, hawddgar iawn (Llan. fair)
ANDREW GOODWIN Organist
Prayer and Blessing the ASSISTANT BISHOP AND DEAN OF BANGOR RT REV B. N. Y. VAUGHAN Producer
Series producer RAYMOND short
Patrick O'Connell Jennifer Wilson with Richard Easton
Robin Chadwick , Derek Benfield Breakdown by ERIC PAICE
Edward and Jennifer have arrived in Switzerland, combining business with a short skiing holiday that will change their lives completely. Merroney is anxious to buy a depot in Geneva and Edward goes to look it over while Jennifer interviews potential staff.
Created by GERARD GLAISTER and N. J. CRISP Script editor DOUGLAS WATKINSON Designer CHARLES BOND
Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director VERE LORRIMER
David Niven introduces a season of famous British films of the war, being shown for the first time on television. Tonight starring
Erie Portman , Patricia Roc with Gordon Jackson , Anne Crawford
In 1940 Celia Crowson is called up for factory work and finds herself working side by side with girls from very different social backgrounds. She soon adapts to her new life but Jennifer, a rich society girl, finds life difficult in the hard, demanding world of a wartime factory.
Written and directed by FRANK LAUNDER and SIDNEY GILLIAT Producer EDWARD BLACK
with Kenneth Kendall ; Weather
The sixth in a series featuring the world's leading orchestras.
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Claudio Abbado
Since its foundation in 1842, the Vienna Philharmonic has come to be regarded as one of the grandest in the world. It has always been completely self-governing and independent, with the players themselves carrying out all the administration. They also choose the programmes and conductors they want, leading to the orchestra's autocratic reputation.
The music includes extracts from Beethoven Symphony No 3
Berg Three Orchestral Pieces Bruckner Symphony No 7 Schubert Symphony No 2 Mozart Symphony No 40
J. Strauss Die Fledermaus Narration JOHN DRUMMOND
Film camermen EUGENE CARR. DAVID FEIG Film recordist BILL CHESNEAU Film editor ARTHUR BENNETT
Executive producer MIKE WOOLLER Producer IAN ENGELMANN
A series of eight films 3: No Sacred March
President Nasser was the symbol of all that the Arabs hoped to achieve. How successful was he?
Director PETER JARVIS
Producer HOWARD SMITH