7.15 Social Psychology
7.40 Chemistry of Carbon Compounds
8.5 A Local Government System
The last of ten programmes. What's Next?
A studio audience discuss this series and also preview CEEFAX, a new BBC technical development which provides some exciting possibilities for subtitling.
Introduced by POLLY ELWES and RICHARD BAKER
(The programme is captioned for those who cannot hear)
Producer DAVID ALLEN
Book (same title), 85p, from bookshops
A magazine for Asian viewers Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Directed by KRISHAN GOULD BBC Birmingham
Ten programmes with ERICA WILSON. Design ideas in simple stitches. 8: Bargello
Director JAMES FIELD
Producer MARGARET MACLEOD (WGBH BOSTON)
The last of ten programmes about communicating through the spoken word.
The Words behind the Words
What is communication, and why do words sometimes fail us?
With BEN HOWARD , JOHN GRAHAM STEPHEN THORNE , SALLY WATTS
Producer BERNARD ADAMS
Director TERRY DOYLE
(Details of the Correspondence Course related to this series are available from:[address removed])
Ten programmes on voluntary work presented by MAVIS NICHOLSON 5: Rath bone Project -
Leeds MAVIS NICHOLSON talks to DOUG BAKER , headmaster of Tranfield School, and JANE HORN, Rathbone Society.
Producer IAN WOOLF
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Seventh of ten programmes from the Trade Union Studies series
With ALAN GRANT, NATSOPA FOC (Convenor), and HARRY SHUTT , Research Officer, GMWU.
Assistant producer BRYN BROOKS
Series producer JOHN TWITCHIN
Words and letters with DONALD GEE BOB HOSKINS and ROSEMARY LEACH
Script BARRY TOOK
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DAVID VINE introduces the last of five programmes: The Future of PE A discussion, with DR VAUGHAN THOMAS , BARRY TAYLOR MARY THOMAS and JIMMY MUNN
Recorded at Dartford College of Education. Adviser AI.AN GIBBON Director IAN HAMILTON
Producer JOHN DOBSON. BBC Bristol
The last of three visits to Strabane Presbyterian Church
God - Past, Present and Future RALPH EGAN discusses this with the minister, THE REV JOHN STEWART , the preacher, THE REV ROBERT BROWN , and some visitors from other Christian denominations.
Organist ALFRED FORBES Producer JAMES SKELLY
Series producer R. T. BROOKS BBC Northern Ireland
From Down Under
Co-operative group breeding schemes originating in Australia and New Zealand have greatly improved the quality of sheep in that part of the Southern hemisphere.
In UK terms Wales may soon be able to show the way. Already we have the basis of such a development in the hill farmers' co-operative CAMDA whose main objective is to produce better quality livestock. Presenter BOB DAVIES
Producer JOHN GLYN-JONES BBC Cymru/Wales
Weather for farmers
A series of ten programmes presented by BOB SYMES-SCHUTZMANN 6: Military Modelling (1)
Studio director JOHN RICKWORD Producer PETER RIDING
A season of films featuring celebrated performances by Britain's most distinguished actors starring Wendy Hiller, Rex Harrison, Robert Morley, Robert Newton, Emlyn Williams, Sybil Thorndike, Deborah Kerr
The ironic comedy of the rich girl who joins the Salvation Army to save souls, but is disillusioned when the Army is willing to take money from her wealthy armaments manufacturer father.
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Screenplay/Based on his own play:
Produced and directed by:
Major Barbara Undershaft:
Seven documentaries about people and places.
1: Andrew and Tina McMorrough Kavanagh
In the distant past Andrew's ancestors were kings of Ireland. He is a young working farmer, living with his wife and four children in the stables of the family house. Before he settled to the family responsibilities he was a jockey, but he can't give up racing; he still owns a horse. Narrated by NIGEL DAVENPORT
Written and produced by MICHAEL CROUCHER BBC Bristol
from Hickstead, featuring
The Embassy British Championship This is one of the main events on the Hickstead calendar and has attracted most of the leading British horse-rider combinations.
The lovely show jumping arena in Sussex, prize money of nearly £2,000 and intense competition all add up to a marvellous afternoon's entertainment.
Introduced by DAVID VINE
Commentators DORIAN WILLIAMS and RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD
Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
with Angela Rippon ; Weatherman
by FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT Dramatised in six parts by JACK GERSON
Part 4: starring
Preston Lockwood as Havisham and Glenn Anderson as Lord Fauntleroy Cedric and his grandfather have become great friends but the latter still refuses to recognise Cedric's mother. While returning from church, the Earl's coach is stoned by the small son of one of his poverty-stricken tenants.
Music composed by KENNY CLAYTON Producer BARRY LETTS
Director PAUL ANNETT
Earl of Dorincourt:
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Twenty-five years ago, on 2 June 1953. Elizabeth II was crowned in Westminster Abbey in a ceremony which is older than Domesday and has only been slightly modified over 1,004 years. With an introduction by the late LORD FISHER, Archbishop of Canterbury, this film of the Coronation service combines original cinema film in colour and television coverage.
The impressive state ceremonial is also a musical feast, with an orchestra of distinguished players and a choir of hundreds.
A BBC/EMI co-production from the archives of BBC, EMI, HMV, PATHE Commentary RICHARD DIMBLEBY Edited and presented by JOHN TRUMPER and RONALD WEBSTER
A Flaxborough Chronicle by COLIN WATSON
Dramatised in five parts by RICHARD HARRIS Part 5 starring Anton Rodgers
Coffin, Scarcely Used (continued)
Insp Purbright has reluctantly come to the conclusion that he's dealing with a conspiracy.... always difficult things to deal with. This one is particularly maddening.
Producer MARTIN LlSEMORE Directed by RONALD WILSON
Chief Con Chubb:
Mrs Helen Carobleat:
Dr Rupert Hillyard:
Glenn Ford , Ernest Borgnine
1942: Barney Doyle , commander of the US submarine Greyfish in the Pacific, is hunting the Japanese aircraft carrier Shinaru, flagship of the Pearl Harbour attack. When he corners it in Tokyo Bay, the carrier is screened by a freighter -which he knows to be carrying his own wife and children, prisoners of the Japanese.
Directed by JOSEPH PEVNEY Films: page 15
Lt-Cmdr Barney Doyle:
Lt Archer Stoan:
Lt Jake ' Fuzz' Foley:
Admiral Samuel Selton:
Cmdr Don Adams:
Ensign Ron Milligan:
Lt Burl Fisher:
with Esther Rantzen Reporters
Kieran Prendiville , Glyn Worsnip featuring Oddities of the Week from Cyril Fletcher and a collection of the jokes, dramas and problems that happen in real life.
Editor PETER CHARB
with Angela Rippon ; Weather
A new perspective on the first ascent of the world's highest mountain with John Hunt, Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay, the surviving members of the 1953 British Everest Expedition, and Jan Morris who, as JAMES MORRIS of The Times, was responsible for the story breaking on the eve of Coronation Day.
Twenty-five years on, 'this brightest jewel of the Queen's Coronation' can be seen to have had unexpected repercussions at home and in the Himalayas.
Since 1953 nearly 60 people have reached the summit of Everest but Hillary and Tenzing remain the best-known climbers in the world. Introduced by Alfred Gregory of the original expedition.
Film editor TONY JACKSON
Produced by SELWYN RODERICK BBC Cymru/Wales.
PROFESSOR BERNARD WILLIAMS asks: Can philosophy resolve some contemporary moral dilemmas?
5: Loyalty: a Dubious Virtue?
Being loyal to someone means putting them before someone else - and as such offends against the principle that people should be treated as equals. RICHARD HARE, Professor of Moral Philosophy at Oxford University, argues with BERNARD WILLIAMS about how one can justify being loyal.
Director BRYN BROOKS Producer CHRIS JELLEY