A programme of music and dance with a review of recent news. Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Director ASHOK RAMPAL. BBC Birmingham (Repeated: Wednesday BBC2, 16.35 am)
Mr Forgetful and Mr Uppity by ROGER HARGREAVES
Told by ARTHUR LOWE
Animation TERRY WARD
from Whalley Abbey, Lancashire Conie to Your Senses
A celebration of the five senses in the ruins of a Cistercian Abbey, with songs by CINDY KENT , poems by DAVID WATKIN PRICE, dances by girls of ULVERSTON VICTORIA HIGH SCHOOL, directed by ENID HOBBS.
Producer R. . BROOKS
The last of ten films about the Cold War in Europe Below the SALT
Two of the three problems outstanding in 1945 have been settled, if not solved - super-power rivalry in Europe and the problems of Germany. One outstanding question remains-the future relationship between different political and social systems.
Introduced by JOHN TUSA
With GENERAL ANDREW GOODPASTER (former Supreme Allied Commander Europe) DR JOSEPH LUNS
(Secretary-General of NATO)
AIR-MARSHAL SIR NIGEL MAYNARD
GENERAL SIR HARRY TUZO
PROFESSOR ROGER MORGAN Director JOHN EIDINOW
Producer HOWARD SMITH
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Introduced by DAVID RICHARDSON Somerset Levels
Over £15-million of taxpayers' money may be spent on draining the levels in the next few years.
MICHAEL CLARK gets involved in the arguments between the conservationists and the farmers.
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers
Ten films show how different tribes cope with the problems of life in North America today.
7: Navajo Race for Prosperity
The Navajo Nation, fastest growing ethnic group in the United States, is planning for the future of its 140,000 members.
Production assistant NICK GOSLlNG
Producer BRENDA HORSFIELD
Ginger Rogers , Lana Turner
Walter Pidgeon , Van Johnson
Practically anything can happen at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel - and this week it does.
XAVIER CUGAT AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Director ROBERT Z. LEONARD Films: page 11
Capt James Hollis:
Martin X Edley:
playing cat and mouse in a selection from the world-famous cartoon series starring Tom the Cat and a far-from-underdog mouse called
Jerry Tom 's Photo Finish
The Rediffusion Gateshead Games BRENDAN FOSTER against LASSE VIREN in the two miles
GEOFF CAPES against American At, FEURBACH in the shot put and JOHN WALKER of New Zealand against MARTY LIQUORI of the US in the one mile are some of the attractions of a star-studded programme. British athletes include
ALAN PASCOE , STEVE OVETT
DONNA MURRAY , DAVID MOORCROFT DENNIS COATES and ANDY CARTER.
Other Olympic medallists competing are 400m world-record-holder IRENE SZEWINSKA , steeplechaser BRONISLAW MALINOWSKI and polevaulter TADEUSZ SLUSARSKI Of Poland.
RON PICKERING and STUART STOREY
TV presentation by JOHN SHREWSSURY
One of the great Western series comes to BBC1.
Big John and Blue are captured.
(First shown on BBC2)
A lively new look at words and letters With DONALD GEE BOB HOSKINS and GAY HAMILTON
Script BARRY TOOK
Adviser CATHERINE MOORHOUSE Director BARBARA DERKOW
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES
(Repeated: Thurs 1.5 pm. Sat 10.0 am)
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The third of six programmes
How does one generation shape the values and outlook of the next? How does the parent recall bringing up the child? How does the child recall the same process?
Dr William Lloyd Webber , Principal, London College of Music and his son
Andrew Lloyd Webber , composer of Jesus Christ Superstar compare notes on their own family experience, with Joan Bakewell in the chair
Producer MALCOLM STEWART
Dr William Lloyd
A miscellany of music and poetry to praise this world of ours and its Creator for
Who has not found the Heaven below
Will fail of it above.
Introduced by GLYN HOUSTON With IRIS WILLIAMS
MARGARET THOMAS , ' PATCHWORK ' GENTLEMEN SONGSTERS conductor RICHARD WILLIAMS
Musical director BENNY LITCHFIELD Designer MICHAEL WRIGHT Producer JACK WILLIAMS BBC Cymru/Wales
starring Charlton Heston, Sophia Loren with Gary Raymond, Raf Vallone, Genevieve Page, John Fraser
Charlton Heston plays the title role in this spectacular epic of 11th-century Spain when the country was divided between small Christian kingdoms and Moorish strongholds. From the confusion of warring factions there emerged an intrepid knight whose exploits earn him the name El Cid - 'the lord.'
Director ANTHONY MANN. Films: page 11
Rodrigo Diaz de Bivar:
with Kenneth Kendall Weather
The third of this season's Sunday-night programmes from the Henry Wood Promenade Concerts recorded at the Royal Albert Hall. Tonight the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain conducted by David Atherton
Sibelius Symphony No 1, in E minor
Introduced by RICHARD BAKER
Director ROY TIPPING
Part of the concert given on 31 July.
Presented by George Scott
Recent closed-shop legislation raised fears for the freedom of the Press. It also sharpened the long-standing and sometimes bitter rivalry between the two unions that represent British journalists. The NATIONAL UNION OF JOURNALISTS, with 29,500 members, is the dominant union, determined to increase its strength through the closed shop. But critics fear the monopoly power of a single union, which they claim is unduly influenced by its left wing.
The INSTITUTE OF JOURNALISTS, with only 2,500 members, among them recent defectors from the NUJ, is described by its critics as a ' bosses' undon' of strike breakers and blacklegs which constantly undermines the effectiveness of its rival.
John Clare reports on film from the NUJ's annual conference and from the offices of The Barnsley Chronicle and The Daily Telegraph, scenes of recent inter-union conflict.
Film cameraman CHARLES STEWART Production assistant ALAN PATIENT Producer ELWYN PARRY-JONES