A magazine for Asian viewers Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Director ASHOK RAMPAL (Birmingham)
(Repeated: Wednesday BBC2 10.35 am)
from St Cuthbert's Church, Darlington
Celebrant and Preacher: The Vicar of Darlington, REV JOHN TREADGOLD
Hymns: Come down, 0 love Divine; Lord Jesus Christ; Alleluia! Sing to JESSUSImmortal invisible
Musical setting of Series Three by JOHN RUTIER
Organist and Choirmaster ROBERT LAMBIE Television presentation STEWART CROSS
A series of ten programmes presented by ANNE LAPPING and MICHAEL REINHOLD
10: Power to the Patient?
Should patients have more say in the running of the Health Service? Should there be better ' complaints ' procedures?
Director CHRIS JELLEY
Series editor PETER RIDING
Narrated by DUNCAN CARSE
On a sunny summer's day, 10,000 tourists congest this beautiful Lakeland Vale; even more come to see the famous Grasmere Sports. Once a quiet farming community, it now reels under the pressures of tourism.
Director BILL SMITH
Producer JOHN KENYON (Birmingham)
Weather for farmers
Ten personal views on environment 9: The Future for Milburn by IAN BREACH
This village of 200 inhabitants on the Cumbrian Fells, near Penrith, is for the theorists an ideal size community. In fact, the pressures of society and the environment are tearing it apart. Can it survive?
Producer MICHAEL GARROD
Margaret Rutherford , Alastair Sim When a girls' school is billeted by mistake in a boys' school the outcome is inevitably hilarious.
Screenplay FRANK LAUNDER . JOHN DIGHTON from the play by JOHN DIGHTON
Producer and director FRANK LAUNDER
Films: page 9
with Cliff Michelmore and John Earle Cowes Week ...
Down to the sea in ships:
Round-the-world yachtsman Chay Blyth talks about his new 80-foot trimaran, Great Britain III. James Lipscomb , American producer, director, sailor, on a visit to England for Cowes and the Fastnet race. Colin and Rosie Swale tell of the thrills, dangers and excitements of the most extraordinary family voyage of the decade.
Director jim MURRAY
Producer BOB SAUNDERS Editor PETER CHAFER
The Final with Geoffrey Wheeler
Out of an initial entry of 16 schools, just two of them are left in this 1975 Final. One team will become the champions, but all are to be congratulated for the contribution they have made to this year's Television Top of the Form. Gower SUSAN RAAD , MICHAEL ISAAC
ALISON MAULL , DAVID-SMITH v Leeds
JANET MCHUGH, FRANCIS BRUYNSEELS JANE DOUGHERTY , STEPHEN MORIARTY
Questions set by BOSWELL TAYLOR Director PETER MASSEY Producer BILL WRIGHT
and with guest stars Michele Lee
Neville Brand , Cameron Mitchell Which Way. to the OK Corral?
Bring back bacon. Big Mac McCreedy hires Smith and Jones to find Sam Bacon , the only man who can prove him innocent of murder. But to their dismay the trail takes the boys to Tombstone - and that most famous of all outlaw catchers, Marshal Wyatt Earp.
by JOHANNA spyri , translated by MARION EDWARDS , dramatised in three parts by MARTIN WORTH
Heidi has been sleepwalking. Dr Classen has instructed that she be sent back to her grandfather. Clara dreams of visiting her. Part 3
Producer JOHN MCRAE
Director JUNE WYNDHAM DAVIES
Hans, the baker:
Robin Day with the last in a series. Is it right that Social Security benefits should be paid to strikers' families? Part 2
Alan Fisher , National Union of Public Employees, and Dr William McCarthy , Nuffield College, Oxford, argue that it is right against questioning from
Anthony Lincoln , QC, co-author of Financing Strikes, and Barbara Shenfield , Member, Fisher Committee on Abuse of Social Security Benefits, who last week put the opposite view.
Producer CHRISTOPHER CAPRON
from Worthing, Sussex
Introduced by MARTIN MUNCASTER Conductor RICHARD HEWS
Organist RICHARD COLBOURN
Ye servants of God (Laudate Dominum) Summer suns are glowing (Ruth) Lord of all hopefulness (Slane) Love divine (Blaenwern) And can it be? 'Sagina)
O come, my God, and comfort me Father, hear the prayer (Sussex)
The day Thou gavest, Lord, is ended (St Clement)
Prayer and Blessing REV WILLIAM PURVIE Lighting BOB JONES
Director JOHN DOBSON
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
A series in 13 parts starring Jon Finch
John Castle , Evin Crowley and Sandra Lee Patterson 6: Going Home by TONY MORPHETT
Drought-impoverished Ben Hall joins the goldrush to seek the cash he needs to restock with cattle leaving his pregnant wife, Biddy, to run their farm.
Music by BRUCE SMEETON Script editor COLIN FREE Designer BERNARD HIDES Producer NEIL MCCALLUM Director PETER MAXWELL
Filmed in Australia in assoc with ABC
' Goobang ' Mick:
A season of films starring one of Hollywood's most versatile stars Burt Lancaster tonight co-starring with Gary Cooper and Denise Darcel , Cesar Romero Mexico: 1866. Among the American adventurers who have crossed the border into Mexico during the troubled reign of Emperor Maximilian are Benjamin Trane and Joe Erin. They are hired to transport the carriage of Countess Marie Duvarre from Mexico City to Vera Cruz but then they discover that the carriage also contains a fortune in gold ...
Producer JAMES HILL
Director ROBERT ALDRICH Films: page 9
Countess Marie Duvarre:
Marquis de Labordere:
with Richard Whitmore Weather
The second of six visits to the Royal Albert Hall for the 1975 season of Henry Wood Promenade Concerts
Yitkin Seow plays
Beethoven Piano Concerto No 2 in B flat major
Britten Sinfonia da Requiem played by the BBC Northern Symphony Orchestra leader BARRY GRIFFITHS conductor Raymond Leppard Introduced by RICHARD BAKER
Director DENIS MORIARTY
(Part of the concert given on 5 August)
The Editors of newspapers, television and radio - those responsible for what we read, see and hear - meet with William Hardcastle, who questions the way they exercise their power, their motives and methods.