A magazine for Asian viewers including discussions, review of recent news, music and stories from the communities.
Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Director ASHOK RAMPAL. BBC Birmingham (Repeated. Wednesday, BBC2 10.35 am)
Mr Lazy and Mr Bump
In the last of three visits to St Anselm's Roman Catholic Church, Southall, Middlesex, FR MICHAEL HOLLINGS and his congregation invite the viewer to share in a family Mass as a celebration of the fullness of life that is found in Jesus Christ. LEONARD PEARCEY reports the views of people who have written in to the programme.
Arranged by CRISPIAN HOLLIS Series producer R. T. BROOKS
With DAVID RICHARDSON
JOHN CHERRINGTON , PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers BILL GILES
0 for Organ: from the Royal College of Organists in London, PETER HURFORD explains the mysteries of flute, reed and diapason.
Producer JOHN DOBSON BBC Bristol
A lively look at words and letters
With DONALD GEE
BOB HOSKINS and PATRICIA HAYES
NORMAN ROSSINGTON , MARTIN SHAW NIGEL STOCK
Script BARRY TOOK
(Repeated: Thursday 12.35 pm)
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by DAPHNE DU MAURIER starring Charles Laughton
Maureen O'Hara , Robert Newton with Leslie Banks Emlyn Williams
A season of films based on books by some of Britain's best-selling authors.
Young Mary Yellen comes to 'Jamaica Inn', a disreputable inn on the Cornish coast, in search of her Aunt Patience. She finds herself in a den of shipwreckers and murderers presided over by local squire Sir Humphrey Pengallan.
Director ALFRED HITCHCOCK
. Films: page 19, (First showing on British television)
Sir Humphrey Pengallan:
Harry the pedlar:
Sea Lawyer Sydney:
The popular Western film series
Starring Leif Erickson as Big John Cannon, Cameron Mitchell as Buck Cannon, Mark Slade as Blue, Linda Cristal as Victoria, Henry Darrow as Manolito
When Big John gives food and shelter to orphaned Apache children, the High Chaparral is threatened with attack from two Indian tribes.
Big John Cannon:
For all lovers of the men and machines of the air, and the grateful generations of the past three decades, this time of year means the anniversary of the l Battle of Britain '.
Raymond Baxter traces the development of the Royal Air Force as reflected in the great air shows of recent years, with a special and respectful look at the fighter aircraft.
Producers DENNIS MONGER , DOUGLAS BESMt
Customers and connoisseurs explore the world of antiques at stately homes.
This week: Breamore House in Hampshire, an Elizabethan Manor which houses the possessions collected by ten generations of the family who still live here. Chairman Max Robertson
Resident connoisseur Arthur Negus
Caroline Stacey , Julian Bream
Director JOHN RICKWORD Producer PAUL SMITH BBC Bristol
Going for a Song: English Furniture,
14.25, from bookshops
with Kenneth Kendall
by ROSEMARY SUTCLIFF
Dramatised in six parts by BILL CRAIG with and Badly wounded in the battle, Marcus is discharged from the legion, his soldiering at an end. He goes to recuperate with his Uncle Aquila in Calleva. There he saves Esca, a British gladiator, from death in the arena, and from him he hears of the lost legion. 3: Across the Frontier
Designer CAMPBELL GORDON Producer PHARIC MACLAREN
Director MICHAEL SIMPSON BBC Scotland
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Tonight's programme comes from St Mary's Church and is introduced by MICHAEL BARRATT who talks to some of the congregation about their life and faith and about the hymns they like to sing.
Praise, my soul, the King of heaven; 0 Thou, who earnest from above (Here-ford); How great Thou art!; Praise to the holiest in the height (Gerontius); Thou didst leave Thy throne (Margaret); Gentle Jesus, meek and mild; Lord Jesus Christ (Living Lord); Great is Thy faithfulness; Onward Christian soldiers! (St Gertrude)
Organist JACK GREENWAY Conductor JOHN HANDLEY
Film director ANDREW BARR
Producer MICHAEL SHOESMITH
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
A series of 13 episodes Part 2 by ALEXANDER BARON Based on the novels by WINSTON GRAHAM with Robin Ellis
Angharad Rees and Jill Townsend
Ralph Bates , Judy Geeson
At Penrice, Elizabeth has given birth to a son - born under a Black Moon ... The mood at Nampara, however, is of happy contentment until news arrives that Dwight Enys is missing at sea ...
Costume PENNY LOWE
Make-up SYLVIA JAMES
Designer MICHAEL EDWARD. Producer TONY COBURN Director PHILIP DUDLEY BBC Birmingham
The Rev Odgers:
John Trelawney ,:
Vicomte de Maresi:
Comte de Sombreuil:
Suzanne Pleshette , Ian McShane
The hilarious adventures of a group of typical American tourists ' 'doing' Europe in 18 days! In charge of the tour is Charlie, affable and roguish - and with an eye for girls of all nationalities. and guest stars Senta Berger
John Cassavetes , Joan Collins Vittorio De Sica ,
Donovan Anita Ekberg , Ben Gazzara Virna Lisi , Elsa Martinelli
Catherine Spaak , Robert Vaughn
Director MEL STUART. Films: page 19 (Ftrst showing on British television)
, , Pamela
with Kenneth Kendall ; Weather
"If this is not blasphemy, nothing is!" John Smyth, Counsel for the Prosecution.
"Must we have all our controversy limited to what would be acceptable conversation on the vicarage lawn?" John Mortimer, QC, Counsel for the Defence.
Ten weeks ago the Old Bailey saw the start of the first trial for blasphemy in this country for over half a century. Begun by Mary Whitehouse against the homosexual newspaper Gay News, it ended in a conviction, heavy fines and a suspended prison sentence for the editor. An appeal is pending. Was this prosecution an attack on free speech? Or was it a necessary defence of the principle that, even in a permissive society, some things must remain sacred?
This dramatised documentary reconstructs the crucial moments of this historic trial, and explores the issues it raises.
Peter France questions the people on both sides, including Mary Whitehouse and Denis Lemon, Editor, Gay News, about their actions and reactions during the case.
His Honour Judge King-Hamilton, QC:
J. Mortimer, Q.C.:
Joan Bakewell investigates the myth and reality surrounding Shakespeare, and makes the literary pilgrimage to Stratford-upon-Avon where he has become the object of adoration, scholarship and commerce.
Film editor PETER HEEUtT Director PAUL SMITH
Producer ROBIN BRAJO BBC Bristol