Sab Ras featuring K.DEEP
HEMANTA KUMAR and a Garba Dance and a review of recent news. Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAIL
Director ASHOK RAMPAL (Birmingham)
The Galilean Satellites
Jupiter's four largest moons - the Galilean satellites - are among the most interesting members of the Solar System. They were discovered by Galileo in 1610 - hence their nickname - and they have been studied by the Pioneer probes; one of them, Io, affects Jupiter's radio emission.
Patrick Moore talks about these planet-sized satellites with Dr Garry Hunt , who is involved in all the space missions and gives the latest news about the Viking probe to Mars.
Producer PATRICIA wooo
The Weekday Preacher An interpretation of CHARLES DICKENS by MICHAEL and MOLLIE HARDWICK With NIGEL LAMBERT , GARY WATSON
RICHARD LEECH , MICHAEL HARDWICK
From Rochester Cathedral Producer R. . BROOKS
Introduced by Philip Wrixon
Sloe Gin and Fast Horses
Peter Hill explains the intricacies of brewing, and Denys Smith gives us a glimpse of the way he runs his racing stables.
Weather for farmers
Six films of caves and cavers 2: The Great Ice Wall
In the Austrian Alps a glacier fills much of the cave system called Eisriesenwelt. But it's 2,000 feet below any other glaciers in the area.
Producers KARL-HEINZ BORN
MICHAEL GARROD , PETER RAMSDEN
A season of adventure stories today starring
Wallace Beery. Jackie Cooper Lionel Barrymore Otto Kruger
This was the first sound version of Stevenson's classic story, and 15 years before Robert Newton , in the Disney production, made the role of Long John Silver his personal property. Wallace Beery gives an equally vivid performance as the best-loved villain in literature.
Director VICTOR FLEMING
Long John Silver:
A light-hearted pop quiz in which two teams pit their wits. to answer questions on pop music past and present.
Terry Wogan as chairman with Tim Rice and Roger Scott heading teams of guest celebrities.
A special feature each week will be a live group.
From Sands Discotheque, Luton.
Test your knowledge of pop with Disco.
1. How big was the yellow polka dot bikini?
2. Who wears short shorts?
3. Who originally said Don't you step on my Blue Suede shoes?
Re-makes: Who had the original hits of these recent Top-20 records?
1. Sherry by Adrian Baker and the Tonics
2. Bye Bye Baby by the Bay City Rollers
3. Delilah by the Sensational Alex Harvey Band
4. Misty by Ray Stevens
5. Oh Boy by Mud
1. Name the airline that flies to Barbados.
2. What is Gary Glitter's real name?
3. What year was Brian Hyland's current record Sealed with a Kiss first released?
4. According to Marc Bolan, who was coming out of New York City, and what did she have in his hand?
5. What was the first hit in this country for Jerry Lee Lewis?
Check the answers on the facing page where it's Disco time: 3.55 pm
Answers to quiz opposite:
1. Itsy Bitsy
2. We (wear short shorts)
3. Carl Perkins
1. and 2. The Four Seasons
3. Tom Jones
4. Johnny Mathis
5. The Crickets
1. Coconut Airways
2. Paul Gadd
4. A Woman (with a Frog in her Hand)
5. A Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On
post that mentions
with Cliff Michelmore and Jeanne la Chard
In the two-and-a-half years she lived among Stone Age Indians in the South American jungle, Jean Liedloff found powerful reasons to believe that our own civilisation has dangerously misunderstood the nature of man ...
Every two years or so, Dr Philip Hugh-Jones , Consultant Physician at King's College Hospital, takes a holiday and goes among some of the world's most primitive tribes.
Director JIM MURRAY
Producer BOB SAUNDERS Editor PETER CHAFER
starring and with guest stars
John McGiver , Brenda Scott Witness to a Lynching
Deep in the heart of cattle country Smith and Jones are assigned to protect a man and his daughter, the only witnesses to the lynching of a settler by cattlemen.
A second chance to see this adventure serial in six parts by BRIAN FINCH 2:The Bullet
A blood-stained handkerchief with a letter ' A ' embroidered - a machine-gun bullet - and Paul realises he is being followed.
Producer BILL SELLARS Director ALAN BELL
Weather BARBARA EDWARDS
Can British Justice still claim to be the best in the world? Is vengeance an inevitable part of punishment?
Ronald Dworkin , Professor of Jurisprudence at Oxford, talks to Oliver Hunkin , saying that Jury discussion is an exercise in small group combat, and jails are great schools for crime.
Director SIMON WADLEIGH
An edited version of this programme will be printed in THE LISTENER, on sale at newsagents on 4 September
A personal selection of hymns and songs taken from recent Songs of Praise programmes, recorded in churches and chapels throughout Britain.
Introduced this week by Gwen Watford
Director MICHAEL SHOESMITH Producer STEWART CROSS (Birmingham)
A series in 13 parts starring Jon Finch , Evin Crowley and Vincent Ball , Brian Blain 9:A Greater Loveby LINDSAY GALLOWAY
In Sir Frederick Pottinger 's campaign against the bushrangers, innocent settlers are gaoled in an attempt to force Ben to confess.
Music by BRUCE SMEETON DesignerBERNARD HIDES ) Producer NEIL MCCALLUM DirectorDON CHAFFEY
Old Man Walsh:
Anthony Quinn , Anna Magnani with Virna Lisi , Hardy Kruger
1945. In the little Italian village of Santa Vittoria the news of Mussolini's death is followed by another, more disturbing, announcement: the Germans intend to occupy Santa Vittoria and commandeer the wine that represents the village's wealth. Mayor Bombolini and his fellow citizens are faced with a rather Large problem -how to conceal one million bottles of wine from the thirsty invaders.
Producer and director STANLEY KRAMER Films: page 9
Sepp von Prum:
with Peter Woods Weather
The fifth of six visits to the Royal Albert Hall for the 1975 season of Henry Wood Promenade Concerts
Mozart Symphony No 36, in 0 major K 425 (Linz)
Bartok Piano Concerto No 1 with Michel Beroff played by the BBC Symphony Orchestra leader BELA DEKANY conductor Colin Davis
Introduced by ROBIN RAY
Director DAVTD BUCKTON