take a look at God's world.
J.D. tells the tale of Alfred Plun kett, the boy who couldn't care less, and the Gang sing ' Daniel in the Lion's Den '. with ALISON CHRISTIE-MURRAY
JOHN DRYDEN , JILL SHAKESPEARE GLEN STUART
Director CYRIL GATES
Associate producer NORMAN STONE Producer DAVID BROWN
Executive producer STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Manchester
The last of ten projects presented by DAVID DAY and ALBERT JACKSON Wall-mounted Cabinets
A luxury range of mahogany cabinets with glass or wooden doors,
Directed by DENIS GARTSIDE Produced by RON BLOOMFIELD
Members of Palmers Green United Reformed Church face the question What Do We Expect of Jesus? in a service of worship which includes their own contributions- of music, movement and art.
Minister THE REV JAMES DEY
Presented for television by RAYMOND SHORT
Problems with reading and writing are often a secret source of embarrassment. The story of three people who faced up to their secret and found a new self-confidence and new skills.
The film was produced for the Adult Literacy Resource Agency by TONY OTHEN Director ROBERT GILES
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continues the season of classic adventure films. Today starring Jack Hawkins , Donald Sinden
Denholm Elliott , Virginia McKenna The story of a Royal Navy corvette and her part in the Battle of the Atlantic, The Cruel Sea is among the classics of British war films.
Screenplay by ERIC AMBLER from the novel by NICHOLAS MONSARRAT Produced by LESLIE NORMAN Director CHARLES FREND
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from Olympia, featuring The Courvoisier Cognac Knock-out Stakes
A competition with two riders jumping simultaneously over adjacent courses. The one with fewer faults wins, or, in the event of equality, the first to the finishing line. Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD and MICHAEL TUCKER
starring Rod Hull and Emu Billy Dainty , Barbara New
Emu takes to the air with a fun-packed schedule of shows from the zaniest TV channel in the world.
Written by ROD HULL
Designer RAY LANGHORN Director MIKE STEPHENS
Producer PETER RIDSDALE SCOTT BBC Manchester
by CHARLES DICKENS , dramatised in nine parts by WILLIAM TREVOR starring
2: Quilp has taken possession of the Curiosity Shop and its contents in settlement of Grandfather's gambling debts. Rather than face the money-lender's sarcasm and jibes, the old man and Nell have taken to the road, preferring to live as beggars,
Music composed by CARL DAVIS
Costume designer JOYCE HAWKINS Script editor ALISTAIR BELL Designer MICHAEL EDWARDS Producer BARRY LETTS Director JULIAN AMYES
the Single Gentleman:
The BBCtv Roadshow visits the last of 12 cities in the UK to meet young people on the move between school and work. What Else is There? with LINDA LEWIS and JON EDEN
Sketch written and performed by DEREK GRIFFITHS
Executive producer TONY MATTHEWS Produced by DAVID CORDINGLEY
from Carmarthen, Dyfed
Carmarthen overlooks the beautiful Towy Valley, and choirs and congregations from this busy administrative, commercial and agricultural centre meet in St Peter s Church to sing their favourite hymns. Noreen Bray talks to local people about their life and faith and what Advent means to them. 0 thou who earnest from above (Here-ford Cvdseiniwn lawen gan (In Dulci Jubilo)- Sing them over again to me
(Wonderful Words of Life); 0 happy rt»v(O Happy Day); Dyma gariad fel y moroedd (What a Friend); 0 come, 6 come Emmanuel (Veni Emmanuel); 0
Praise ve the Lord (Laudate Dominum);
Ye holy angels bright (Darwalls 148th). Conductor ALDON REES
Organist GERWYN THOMAS
OBdirector VINCENT DOWDALL Producer huw BRIAN WILLIAMS Series producer ANDREW BARR
John Wayne , William Holden
1863. The Yankees are badly placed at Vicksburg, so Colonel Marlowe is sent with a single cavalry brigade to cut the railway supply line, 300 miles into Confederate country. Marlowe is irked by the inclusion of an army surgeon, Major Kendall, under his command and animosity between the two men deepens when Hannah, a Southern belle, is taken prisoner.
Written and produced by JOHN LEE MAHIN and MARTIN RACK IN from the novel by HAROLD SINCLAIR Directed by JOHN FORD Films: page 25
Military Academy commandant:
starring Trevor Eve in I'm a Believer by jim HAWKINS with Michael Medwin , Doran Godwin and Liz Crowther
The Starshine cult hates all material things except Maddy Hopkins 's money ... and Radio West's newsroom hates Eddie.
Music composed by GEORGE FENTON Film recordist NIGEL WOODFORD Film editor M. A. c. ADAMS Designer JOHN HURST
Photography ELMER COSSEY
Producer ROBERT BANKS STEWART Directed by MIKE VARDY
Theme music on single (RESL 67) from record shops
M. A. C.
Have you ever been aware of, or influenced by, a presence or power, whether you call it God or not, which is different from your everyday self?
Answers to this question have convinced a group of scientists in Oxford and Nottingham that most of us will at some time experience a ' presence or power ' beyond ourselves. Everyman reports on research which suggests that people who see visions, hear voices, or simply feel the presence of their God can no longer be considered part of a tiny minority of saints or psychotics.
What are these experiences, and what effect do they have? Peter France meets the scientists, and some of those prepared to talk about these very private encounters.
Film editor CHRIS LYSACHT Researcher MARK THOMPSON
Producer CHRISTIAN FORSSANDER
Everyman editor WILLIAM NICHOLSON
The last of six films about the cinema and public opinion in the 1930s.
The newsreels believed that good news was just as important as bad news and that, skilfully presented, good news was just as interesting. What kind of ' good news ' did the newsreels present, and why?
Written by NICHOLAS PRONAY Produced by HOWARD SMITH
In 1821 WILLIAM COBBETT rode on horseback through the South of England, at the age of 58, to discover the truth about country life. He was a farmer, reforming politician, and chronicled his observations with insight and passion.
Gaynor Kimpton-Scott retraces his historic rides: she and her horse Rahji roam through the country-side in high summer-and find experiences just as surprising as farmer William Cobbett 's.
Film cameraman MICHAEL SMITH Producer DON FEATHERSTONE
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