Sab Ras : music and dance with a review of recent news.
Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Director ASHOK RAMPAL. BBC Birmingham (Repeated: Wednesday, BBC2, 9.5 am)
Mr Noisy and Mr Sneeze
A series linking the viewer at home with the worshipper in Church.
In the first of three visits to St Anselm's Roman Catholic Church, Southall, Middlesex, LEONARD PEAR-CEY watches the administration of the sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick as part of a Sunday Mass. He then asks FR MICHAEL HOLLINGS and others about coping with illness and invites viewers to send their own questions and experiences for later broadcasts.
Series producer R. T. BROOKS
features the news and views, politics and practice, of those involved with the land with DAVID RICHARDSON
JOHN CHERRINGTON , PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers
The fifth of an 11-part series about musical instruments, terms, and topics: K for Keyboard
CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD works back over four centuries, via pianoforte, fortepiano, square piano, harpsichord and clavichord.
Director IAN HAMILTON
Producer JOHN DOBSON. BBC Bristol
with DONALD GEE
BOB HOSKINS and GAY
HAMILTON ROSEMARY LEACH
Script BARRY TOOK
Adviser CATHERINE MOORHOUSE Director BARBARA DERKOW
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES (Repeated: Thursday 12.35 pm)
Adults wanting help with reading can ring [number removed]or send their name, address and telephone number to: On the Move, po Box 7, London W3 6XJ
Starring Clark Gable
with Ricardo Montalban, John Hodiak, J. Carrol Naish
Flint Mitchell, trapper and mountain man, finds the Rockies excellent beaver country - but it is also Blackfoot territory. Recruiting a large party of trappers, he also buys and marries a young Indian girl as insurance for his return to the highly profitable hunting grounds.
Films: page 21
Capt Humberstone Lyon:
This week: Stratfield Saye in Hampshire. Originally built about 1630 it was presented by a grateful nation to the first Duke of Wellington after Waterloo, and is still the home of the Dukes of Wellington.
Chairman Hugh Scully Resident connoisseur Arthur Negus
Guest connoisseur Richard Came Customers
Clare Francis , Terry Wogan Director JOHN RICKWORD
Producer PAUL SMITH. BBC Bristol
Live coverage of the final day of the first-ever World Cup in which the highlights on the track are the 5,000m with Britain's NICK ROSE against MIRUTZ YIFTER of Ethiopia; the men's 200m; the men's four by 400m relay with DAVID JENKINS and the women's sprint relay with SONIA LANNAMAN and ANDREA LYNCH. The men's high jump could be one of the best ever with DWIGHT STONES of the USA; JACEK WZOLA, the Olympic gold medallist and ROLF BEILSCHMIDT of East Germany - all capable of a new world record.
Commentators RON PICKERING
BARRY DAVIES and STUART STOREY
Statistician STAN GREENBERG
Producer JOHN SHREWSBURY
TV presentation by the German TV Service
Their First Mistake
Ollie is left holding the baby after Stan decides that an addition to the Hardy home will make for perfect harmony.
Director GEORGE MARSHALL
Richard Whitmore ; Weatherman
by Rosemary Sutcliff
Dramatised in six parts by Bill Craig
with Anthony Higgins as Marcus, Bernard Gallagher as Drusillus, Matthew Long as Hilarion and Patrick Malahide as Cradoc
Sometime about AD 117, the Ninth Legion, the Hispana, which was stationed at Eburacum, where York now stands, marched north to deal with a rising among the Caledonian tribes and was never heard of again.
with Tom Courtenay as Jesus and Michael Hordern as God
Previously transmitted in their entirety as a Play of the Month presentation, The Chester Mystery Plays are being shown again in six weekly episodes.
A production, using the latest television techniques, of the medieval Mystery Cycle first performed in the City of Chester in the 14th century. Tonight: Part 5
Entry to Jerusalem
The Last Supper and Garden of Gethsemane Christ's Trial with the following Company:
ALUN ARMSTRONG , KEITH CHEGWIN PAUL COPLEY , BRIAN GLOVER
CHRISTOPHER GUARD , TONY HAYGARTH JAMES HAZELDINE , RONALD HERDMAN DAVID JACKSON , PHILIP JACKSON SAM KELLY , ASHLEY KNIGHT
KEVIN MCNALLY , JOHN NORMINGTON JOHN QUARMBY , HELEN RAYE
TERRY SCULLY , RAYMOND WESTWELL THE CHOIR OF NEW COLLEGE, OXFORD Music director DAVID LUMSDEN
Modern English text by MAURICE HUSSEY Music composed and conducted by GUY WOOLFENDEN. Paintings by TOM TAYLOR BRIAN PIKE , BERNARD BLATCH Producer CEDRIC MESSINA Director PIERS HAGGARD
from Margate, Kent
Choirs and congregations uniting in the Parish Church of St John the Baptist include people of the Kentish holiday resort, who have been talking to MICHAEL BARRATT about their life, their faith and the hymns they like to sing.
Lord, enthroned In heavenly splendour (St Helen); Immortal love for ever full (Bishopthorpe); Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine (Blessed Assurance); He that is down (York); 0 for a thousand tongues (Lyngham); What a friend we have in Jesus; Praise to the Holiest (Gerontius); Jesus is Lord; Lift high the cross (Crucifer)
Conductor MERVYN WATLING Organist ROY WOODHAMS Director ANDREW BARR
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
Francis Albert Sinatra sings and swings with his friends Tony Bennett , John Denver Leslie Uggams , Natalie Cole Loretta Lynn , Robert Merrill Dean Martin with Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra
Their songs include classics like ' Chicago ', ' September Song ', ' The Lady is a Tramp', 'If I Were a Rich Man' and 'All or Nothing At All'.
Producer PAUL W. KEYES
A feature film starring
Henry VIII now wants a divorce from Katherine of Aragon and decides to declare himself head of the English Church. But one man whose approval and support Henry seeks, will not endorse his action. Sir Thomas More is the most widely respected man in the Council of England. He will not denounce the king's action but his resignation as Chancellor and his obstinate silence bring him into tragic conflict with the king.
Director FRED ZINNEMANN. Films: page 21 Zinnemann's Act of Violence: BBC2 10.50
Duke of Norfolk:
with Richard Whitmore ; Weather
Brian Redhead introduces the Te Deum by Berlioz
This massive, triumphant work for solo tenor, three choirs, organ and orchestra, is conducted by Colin Davis , a lifelong champion of the music of Berlioz. with The Orchestra of The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden leader JOHN BROWN
David Rendall (tenor) BBC Choral Society
London Symphony Chorus Goldsmiths Choral Union Southend Boys' Choir
Sound VIC GODRICH Lighting BILL JONES
Producer IAN ENGELMANN
Joan Bakewell investigates the myth and reality surrounding the Brontes, and makes the literary pilgrimage to Haworth in Yorkshire where they have become the object of adoration, scholarship and commerce.
Film editor NORMAN BURGESS
Producer ROBIN DRAKE. BBC Bristol