A magazine for Asian viewers. Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director KRISHAN could. BBC Birmingham
This training film is for supervisors, foremen and first-line managers
Written by JONATHAN LYNN
Special adviser ANDREW SARGENT Director PETER ROBINSON
Producer ROBERT REID. A VIDEO ARTS/ ASH AND LACY LTD co-production
Mr Henry Probert:
Mr Norman Barnes:
To round-off the series, we visit a lip-reading class and suggest that viewers consider joining one.
Producer BRIGIT BARRY
Aspects of Mental Handicap
A series of six short films for parents and those professionally concerned with mental handicap. 5: The Swedish System
Written and produced by GORDON CROTON
Guide to Everyday Maths
Ten programmes to brush-up your confidence with numbers.
7: Time and Other Tables
A series of 20 programmes
15: A look at the language through the eyes of children.
And Goodbye, Summer: Episode 10
A second-stage Italian language series: ten programmes looking at Italy today. 3: Politica
The fortunes and misfortunes of the main political parties.
Presented by DENIS MACK SMITH
with ROY HUDD and IRENE THOMAS
Militancy amongst pensioners: the rise of the Pensioner Movement. We look at the two major and rival pensioner organisations; and, for houseowners, how to raise money on your home without having to move.
Director GILES OAKLEY Producer BRIGIT BARRY
All Things Bright and Beautiful
VERNON SPROXTON talks about the roots of his religious convictions, and leads an act of worship in the studio.
Readers JILL BALCON , GARY WATSON ST THOMAS MORE SINGERS conducted by KEVIN BREEN
Producer RAYMOND SHORT
A church is a place of worship, even when there is no congregation present. Each building has something to say, some story to tell. Today R. T. brooks is at the Church of St Mary with St Peter, Oldham.
Television presentation by STEPHEN WHITTLE. BBC Manchester
with PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers jim BACON
Ten films about the wildlife of the seashore, presented by TONY SOPER 7: The Fish Quay
continues the season of classic British war films. Today starring Michael Redgrave
John Mills , Rosamund John Douglass Montgomery Renee Asherson with Basil Radford, Stanley Holloway
In 1940, Peter Penrose , a young pilot who has just finished training, arrives at an RAF bomber station in the Midlands, where he shares a room with David Arch-dale. Happiness and tragedy await both men in the days ahead.
One of the outstanding British films of the war years, The Way to the Stars is a deeply-moving portrait of the men of the RAF.
Screenplay by TERENCE RATTIGAN and ANATOLE DE GRUNWALD
Produced by ANATOLE DE GRUNWALD Directed by ANTHONY ASQUITH
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The Rev Charles MOSS:
With Robin and Batgirl waging a never-ending battle against evil in the fantastic cartoon exploits of the Caped Crusaders.
Today: The Pest
Big John Cannon:
A series of eight programmes in which; Barbara Woodhouse demonstrates her own quick method of training dogs and their owners. 1: The Right Start
BARBARA WOODHOUSE trains dogs by sound, using a thick-linked choke chain which makes a loud 'click' when ierked properly but does not close on the dog's neck. In the programme she also shows the correct way to praise a dog.
Producer PETER RIDING
This week: Guernsey
In this series Arthur Negus is joined by Angela Rippon and they go on the road with a team of Britain's leading experts. They meet the public informally and discuss treasured possessions brought along for their assessment.
Director ROY CHAPMAN
Producer ROBIN DRAKE. BBC Bristol
Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman
by PAMELA BROWN , starring
THE BLUE DOOR THEATRE COMPANY Dramatised in four episodes by JULIA JONES
3: The children have started rehearsing for a charity concert for which their parents have given their approval, while making clear their opposition to their offspring taking up stage careers. All is thrown into confusion with the news that the town council are giving the lease of the theatre to Mrs Potter-Smith and the Ladies' Institute Dramatic Society.
Music by PAUL READE
Choreography by GERALDINE STEPHENSON Studio sound ALAN FOGG
Script editor ALASTAIR BELL Designer MARTIN COLLINS Producer BARRY LETTS
Directed by JOAN CRAFT . Preview: p. 21
Countess of Bracksonshire:
from Portstewart, Northern Ireland The harbour of a picturesque tourist resort on the north Atlantic coast of Northern Ireland is the venue for tonight's Songs of Praise.
Among the local inhabitants Margaret Percy meets are a successful local fisherman, a worker in a famous distillery and a priest kidnapped and threatened with death.
I sing the almighty power of God (Solomon); All creatures of our God and King (lasst uns erfreuen); Eternal Father (Melita); Morning has broken (Bunessan): Nearer my God to thee (Proprior Deo); Dear Lord and Father of mankind (Repton); Be Thou my vision (Slane); Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost (Charity).
Conductor HAVELOCK NELSON Producer MOORE WASSON
Film director IAN HAMILTON
Series producer ANDREW BARR
Reluctant Hero by J. B. FLACK
A series of 13 programmes starring
A Britannia aircraft belonging to ' Red-Air ' is caught in a political military coup in central Africa. The situation is complicated by the fact that ' Red-Air' is near bankruptcy; there are stranded passengers to airlift, and the pilot shouldn't have been flying the plane anyway.
Series devised by ERIC PAICE and N.J. CRISP Film cameramen
JOHN WILLIAMS , JOHN KENWAY Script editor JOHN BRASON Designer MYLES LANG
Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director KEN GRIEVE
post that mentions
Michael Caine , Karl Maiden
Francoise Dorleac , Oscar Homolka The third film featuring Len Deighton 's laconic British agent Harry Palmer , sends the hero of The Ipcress File and Funeral in Berlin to Finland, with a jar of lethal eggs. There he finds an old friend, a corpse, a beautiful blonde - and Colonel Stok, wily chief of Russian Intelligence.
Screenplay by JOHN MCGRATH Produced by HARRY SALTZMAN Directed by KEN RUSSELL Films: page 9
starring and with All Our Weapons
Neat and complete. Richard and Libby are a well-off, thoroughly modern married couple. Just the same, they have a monumental row - about money. That will do it every time. As Libby says: ' We've had this fight so many times before I bet it goes on even when we're not here.'
Written by LARRY GELBART Directed bv NICK HAVINGA Woddis On ... : page 74
At the heart of the events which make news lie deeper concerns.
In this week's filmed report Peter France considers the strengths and weaknesses of the values behind the headlines.
Film editor MICHAEL ALOOF
Producers DAVID M. THOMPSON and COLIN CAMERON
A series of five programmes
2: The Train from Washwood Heath. ...
In 1845, with the market for stage-coaches declining, Joseph Wright moved his entire factory from London to Birmingham, putting his coaches on steel wheels and selling them to the new-fangled railways. In its heyday in the golden age of railways, Metro Cammell sold trains to every continent of the world. As the age of steam passed, they faced a second drastic decision.
Film editor sue WYATT Producer ROBERT CLAMP
The African Medical and Research Foundation, with its Flying Doctor Service, serves 30 million people. It was set up by Michael Wood , a surgeon from the south of England who still depends on private aid, whether ambulances sent from seaside towns, aircraft from the Isle of Wight, or cash from Women's Institute coffee-mornings.
Film editor BEV AMBROSE Producer JOHN FROST