with songs and stories from Dana and THE BROWN BROTHERS
Today she tells about the adventures of St Paul , and Wizzy learns how important it is not to give up at the first sign of trouble.
Director CYRIL GATES
Producer DAVID BROWN
Executive producer STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Manchester
A magazine for Asian viewers Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Directed by KRISHAN GOULD BBC Birmingham
The Pope presides at Mass and addresses young people gathered from all over Ireland.
Television presentation by RTE
A 25-part language course in Italian for beginners and near beginners: programme 2 Introduced by MARISA DILLON-WESTON
With MARGHERITA GUZZINATI
YOLE MARINELLI and TINA RUTA , PAOLA-MARIA FRANCIA
Scripts ALFIO BERNABEI ,ROMOLO BRUNI Directed by TERRY DOYLE
Produced by TONY ROBERTS
features the news and views, politics and practice of those involved with the land. with PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers MICHAEL FISH
It's a Crystal Crystal World
Through the medium of crystals, nature has created its own unique style of architecture and kinetic art.
Narrator ERIC THOMPSON
Director BRIAN DAUBNEY
A series of 19 programmes which aims to help mentally-handicapped people get more out of life.
3:Let's Go and Buy Clothes
Presented by BRIAN RIX
Notes for parents and teachers, 65p inc postage, are available from [address removed]
continues the season of adventure films starring
John Wayne, Lana Turner
At the outbreak of the Second World War, Karl Ehrlich, captain of a German freighter, finds himself trapped in Sydney Harbour.
In spite of his anti-Nazi sentiments, Ehrlich determines to get his ship and crew to the neutral port of Valparaiso. The sea chase to avoid capture begins.
Screenplay by JAMES WARNER BELLAH From the novel by ANDREW GEAR
Produced and directed by JOHN FARROW Films: page 27
Cadet Walter Stemme:
starring in The Guns of Johnny Rondo
Ballad of Johnny Rondo sung by FARON YOUNG
Big John Cannon:
Introduced by Brian Matthew
Highlights from the greatest ice spectacular in Europe, featuring a glamorous chorus of international skaters and an impressive line-up of star soloists.
Staged and directed by STEPHANIE ANDROS Televised by arrangement with SKEE GOODHART for International Holiday on Ice Co.
Recorded in the Hallenstadion, Zurich Lighting HARRY THOMAS
Producer DON SAYER
Richard Whitmore ; Weatherman
Graeme Garden invites a team from Tomorrow's World Michael Rodd
Judith Hann , Kieran Prendiville to challenge a team from Just a Minute Kenneth Williams
June Whitfield , Alfred Marks to a return match of a series of peculiar acting games, including this week's Tall Story written and told by guest storyteller Denise Coffey
Additional script PETER ROBINSON Theme music BILL le SAGE Designer chris HULL
Producer PETER CIIARLTON
The BBCtv Roadshow visits 12 cities in the UK to meet young people on the move between school and work.
1: Going for an Interview with LINDA LEWIS and JON EDEN Sketch written and performed by DEREK GRIFFITHS
Executive producer TONY MATTHEWS Produced hv
Free Roadshow Guides on jobs, rights and the law available from libraries, careers offices and job centres
Roadshow Youth Information Week is in Southampton this week.
(Roadshow Disco BBCl tomorrow)
appeals on behalf of the Council for Music in Hospitals which provides live concerts given by professional musicians for patients in all kinds of hospitals and homes.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: Ian Wallace, Council for Music in Hospitals, [address removed]
from Hadleigh in Suffolk
Years ago gathering in the harvest was the highlight of the country calendar. Today however, a mechanised operation seems impersonal and, for many, the only true feel of harvest left is the special Church services.
Geoffrey Wheeler has been talking to farmer BOB ESLER , forester WILL SMITH and horse-breeder CHERRY CLARK about their life and faith and to hear their favourite hymns sung in the parish church of St Mary.
Praise to the Lord (Praxis pietatis); All creatures of our God (Easter Song); Praise and thanksgiving (Bunessan): Sing to the Lord of harvest (Hosanna): 0 Lord, how happy should we be (Advent); Come ye thankful people, come (St George): We plough the fields (Wir pflugen); God is love (Hyfrydol). Conductor joy DUPONT
Organist GEOFFREY COOLEY Producer JIM MURRAY
Series producer ANDREW BARR
A continuation of the extraordinary saga of one man's search for his roots.
A series of seven episodes.
Henning, Tennessee, 1882: twelve years have passed since Chicken George brought his family to the tiny hamlet of Henning. Leadership of the family and its attendant problems has passed to Chicken George's son Tom Harvey.
The two Roots together are the 'War and Peace' of television ...
(The Washington Post)
A David Wolper production (First showing on British television)
Written for television by:
by Peter Spence
A series of seven programmes
Starring Penelope Keith as Audrey fforbes-Hamilton, and Peter Bowles as Richard DeVere
posts that mention
A series of 11 programmes starring Trevor Eve in Private Ear by ROBERT BANKS STEWART with Michael Medwin Doran Godwin and Liz Crowther and featuring
Poison phone-ins ... threats to a disc jockey. Radio West hires private investigator Eddie Shoestring, who discovers it may be a longer-running job than he thought ...
Music composed by GEORGE FENTON Film editor BERNARD ASHBY Desigener HUMPHREY JAEGER Photography KEN WESTBURY Producer
ROBERT BANKS STEWART Directed
Dy DOUGLAS CAMFIELD
Girl in sauna:
Girl in disco:
Girl at sports club:
with Richard Whitmore Weatherman
The Vision of Knock
Today, Pope John Paul II, Vicar of Christ on Earth, makes pilgrimage to a remote and windswept village on the west coast of Ireland.
One hundred years ago at the gable wall of the local church in Knock, Co Mayo, Mary the Mother of God appeared in a blaze of light to some 15 villagers. Their witness has transformed the village into a shrine for millions of pilgrims from all over the world, and the faithful in Ireland accept it as living proof of God's timely intervention in the lives of ordinary people.
Everyman has been to Knock to try to understand the nature of this faith, and the visions it produces - visions which, to the eye of faith, are ' nothing wonderful at all'.
Film cameraman JOHN GOODYER Film editor MICHAEL ALOOF Producer COLIN CAMERON
Everyman editor WILLIAM NICHOLSON
Six programmes about the cinema and public opinion in the 1940s. 1: ' 'and, as far as possible, the whole truth': in the 1940s there was a sustained effort by the state to control public opinion.
Written by NICHOLAS PRONAY Produced by HOWARD SMITH
A Yesterday's Witness series of six programmes about British life in India in the 20s and 30s. 1:One of the Community
'My mother was coffee-coloured and when I was born she was very pleased I was " off-white " and had fair hair. In an Anglo-Indian family when a child is born like that they say " a fairy was at her birth " ... Irene Green - now Mrs Irene Edwards - tells of the pride and prejudices of childhood in the much-maligned Anglo-Indian community and her adventurous time as a nursing sister on the North West Frontier in the early 30s.
Boldly honest. (DAILY EXPRESS) In its modest way reached near perfection. (DAILY TELEGRAPH) Directed and narrated by CHRISTOPHER COOK
Producer STEPHEN PEET