7.15 The Consultant
7.40 Flevoland Polders
8.5 The Gower Coast
take a look at God's world with JOHN DRYDEN , TINA HEATH JILL SHAKESPEARE , GLEN STUART
Assistant producer NORMAN STONE Producer DAVID BROWN
Sab Ras - today's edition includes a tribute to the late MUKESH, a famous playback singer from India, by son nitin mukesh. Also included in the programme are
BELA ISLAM, GUNVANT PANDYA and RAIS KHAN
Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Directed hy STEPHANIE SILK BBC Birmingham
Many churches up and down the country are rediscovering the Church's ancient ministry of healing. In the first of two visits to the church of St Stephen, Prenton, on Merseyside, DAVID DAVIES meets the vicar, THE REV ROY LAWRENCE , and members of the congregation and asks them what they understand by Christian healing and how they experience it.
0 worship the King (AMR 167): The King of love (AMR 197); For the beauty of the earth (AMR 171); Jesus is the man; Christ is made the sure foundation (AMR 260)
Organist CHARLES JORDAN
Producer STEPHEN WHTTLE BBC Manchester
News and views with PHILIP WRIXON , DAN CHERRINGTON
Producer JOHN ENYON BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers MICHAEL FISH
Six programmes about the creative possibilities of still photography, presented by BRYN CAMPBELL
The programme deals with a wide variety of approaches to landscape photography, including the adventurous colour work of ERNST HAAS and the more symbolic black and white photographs of JOHN BLAKEMORE.
Research assistant JOHN BROOKE Producer PETER RIDING
Book (same title), £7.25, from bookshops
opens a season of classic adventure films. Today starring
John Wayne , Susan Hayward
Cecil B. DeMille , master of spectacle, directed this epic period drama about the great sailing ships plying the coasts of America and the dangers which befell their crews. In one sequence Wayne and Milland come to grips with a giant squid with 14-feet long tentacles - one of the most frightening monsters ever created by a Hollywood property department.
Screenplay by ALAN LEMAY , CHARLES BENNETT and JESSE JR LASKY
Based on a Saturday Evening Post story by THELMA STRABEL
Produced and directed by CECIL B. DEMILLE. Films: page 15
Capt Jack Stuart:
Mate of the Tyfib:
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
Big John is torn away from his beloved ranch for a while. Will his worst fears be realised upon his return? It depends on what he is afraid of most.
(First shown on BBC2)
Big John Cannon:
of Mount Asserick
Stella Brewer grew up amongst the animals of the Abuko game reserve in West Africa. She could not bear to see young chimpanzees - orphaned by poachers - condemned to a life behind bars. But young chimpanzees depend on their mothers for safety and emotional support for as long as eight years.
This is the extraordinary story of how Stella decided to become foster mother to four young chimps and went off to the forest to teach them the ways of the wild -a story of her courage, the affections and jealousies of her all-too-human chimps and the adventures, both comic and tragic, that befell them.
Directed and photographed by BARON HUGO VAN LAWICK Narrated by ANNA FORD
Series editors MICHAEL ANDREWS and ANTHONY ISAACS
THE MOLSEKETEERS introduce two cartoons, Hooked Bear and Goofy's Baseball, plus scenes from Return from Witch Mountain.
Directed by DICK AMOS
Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman
appeals on behalf of the Development Trust for the Young Disabled which was formed by the Royal Hospital and Home for Incurables, Putney, and is embarking on a new research programme to help the severely disabled to lead fuller and happier lives.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: Hannah Gordon , The Development Trust for the Young Disabled, [address removed]
In this series of six programmes, People give first-hand accounts of something that has real personal significance for them.
2: Crowing up Poor in London
Louis Heren, Deputy Editor of The Times, looks back on his early life in the East End of London during the depression. Producer INGRID DUFFELL series producer SHIRLEY DU BOULAY
Songs of Praise Summer Special
Sue MacGregor talks to Carina Standen at her home near Warwick University where, despite extraordinary handicaps, she has Just earned an honours degree.
The LONDON EMMANUEL CHOIR, under their conductor CannonMURIEL SHEPHERD , provides the music and hymns to accompany Carina's story of courage and perseverance. Rejoice, the Lord is King (Darwall's 148th); Thou whose almighty word 'Moscow); Let the whole world know; Let the trumpets sound; Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us (Mannheim); Be still my soul (Finlandia). Film director ELIZABETH GORT series producer ANDREW BARR
The fifth of ten episodes starring Peter Gilmore in To Honour and Obey by ROGER PARKES with Jessica Benton
Howard Lang , Jill Gascoine
Mary Webster , Christopher Douglas Laura Hartong , Michael Walker
' How d'you suppose I feel with blood on my hands? It was him or us! '
Series devised by CYRIL ABRAHAM Script editor MERVYN HAISMAN Designer BRYAN ELLIS
Producer GERAtNT MORRIS Director DAVID REYNOLDS
Jose da Silva:
Elizabeth, Lady Fogarty:
Maximilian Schell. Diane Baker Barbara Werle , Brian Keith Kossano Brazzi , Sal Mineo treasure seekers. 30 dangerous convicts and a beautiful widow in search of her long-lost son are among those aboard the SS Batavia Queen, bound for Krakatoa, an island East of Java. As tension mounts, the ship sails into a series of adventures and the biggest natural disaster ever recorded - the eruption of Krakatoa where 40,000 people lost their lives.
Screenplav by CLIFFORD NEWTON GOULD and BERNARD GORDON
Produced by WILLIAM R. FORMAN Directed by BERNARD L. KOWALSKI films: page 15
with Kenneth Kendall Weather
In the fourth of this series of Henry Wood Promenade Concerts recorded at the Royal Albert Hall. London
Simon Rattle conducts the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra leader RAYMOND OVENS in a , John Ireland centenary concert.
John Ireland was born 100 years ago this month. In tonight's concert the young English pianist Philip Fowke . makes his Prom debut in a performance of one of Ireland s best-known works, the Piano Concerto in E flat.
The programme includes
Sibelius's Symphonic Poem Tapiola
Introduced by JANET SUZMAX
Sound KEITH HARLOW
Lighting BOB GRIFFITHS
Executive producer RODNEY GREENBERG Director ROBIN LOUGII
' It must be true 1 read it in the papers.' But is it always the truth? What are the real stories behind the stories? Who decides what we read in the papers, watch on TV, and hear on the radio?
Each week George Scott questions the power and methods of the media.
Director Rosalind GOLD Producer JUDY graham