7.15 Simple Modelling. 7.40 Dominance and Subordinacy. 8.5 The Borderline Case.
A See-Saw programme Told by ARTHUR LOWE
Written by ROGER HARGREAVES
Animation TERRY WARD
A morning with VANI JAIRAM singing some of her favourite songs and talking to MAHENDRA KAUL.
Director KEITH BROOK BBC Birmingham
With PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producer JOHN KENYON BBC Birmingham
A series of 11 programmes 8: Love the Criminal, Hate the Crime
This film looks at the treatment of prisoners at Fuchu, one of Japan's largest prisons, and at the rehabilitation process, which is largely in the hands of voluntary social workers.
Directed by LIBBY HALLIDAY
Produced by HOWARD SMITH
Gaelic for Beginners: 20 programmes for beginners in Scots Gaelic. Presented by MAIREAD ROSS 17: Nach ann ann a tha an latha math?
With SIMON MACKENZIE , CATRIONA MONTGOMERY , CATHERINE ANNE MACPHEE, DONALD SMITH , RHODA MACDONALD , RORY MACDONALD , ANGUS PETER CAMPBELL
Producer NORMAN MCCANDLISH
In the 12th of a series of 13 explorations of the Christian life, PHILIP CROWE thinks about the place of laughter. Meditation and prayers are led by R. T. BROOKS.
Producer MICHAEL SHOE SMITH
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v Australia from Old Trafford Fourth day
PETER WEST introduces coverage of this morning's play.
Weather for farmers
Ben faces a difficult decision when he desperately needs the help of a man he bitterly hates as a war-time deserter and who he also believes to be a traitor.
Directed by WILLIAM F. CLAXTON Written by MILTON S. CELMAN
in Salt Water Tabby and Filet Meow
The last in a 12-part saga of a land and its people. From the epic novel by JAMES A. MICHENER The Scream of Eagles starring
Paul Garrett , descendant of Pasquinel and present-day owner of the Venneford, befriends a historian writing about Centennial. This creates conflicts with the unscrupulous Wendells and forces Paul into politics to fight grave environmental threats to the natural beauty and heritage of Colorado.
Written by JOHN WILDER
Directed by VIRGIL VOGEL
dramatised in eight parts by ANDREW DAVIES
5: Lancelot lies wounded in a hermit's hut in the forest. Guinevere has innocently caused the death of a Knight of the Round Table by giving him a poisoned peach devised by Morgan and intended to be eaten by Guinevere herself.
Music composed by DUDLEY SIMPSON Producer KEN RIDDINGTON
Director RODNEY BENNETT
Morgan Ie Fay:
Mador de la Porte:
with Kenneth Kendall Weatherman
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with Alec Smith
When ALEC SMITH 'S father became Prime Minister of Rhodesia he became known as 'The Prime Minister's Son', ', and, as a result of attempts to assert his own individuality, was expelled from university, became a drug smuggler, and was arrested by Rhodesian Police.
Tonight he talks about his journey through drug addiction and despair, through years of guerrilla warfare, to his present role as an army padre and peacemaker in the new Zimbabwe. Director ELIZABETH GORT
Series producer JIM MURRAY
with Donald Swann
This week Richard Baker meets the composer, author and entertainer in his home in south-west London. They talk about DONALD SWANN 's early life, his long association in the theatre with MICHAEL FLANDERS, and about those convictions which inform and motivate his life.
Donald Swann 's choice of hymns and songs are sung by the quartet who for many years have performed with him: Tangent
RICHARD DAY-LEWIS ROGER CLEVERDON and THE COOKHAM PARISH CHURCH CHOIR conductor SARA WOOD organist MICHAEL NEWTON
0 love that wilt not let me go; Word of 'he living God; He who would valiant be: Through all the changing scenes of life; The day thou gavest Film director NOEL VINCENT
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
Richard Crenna Michael Craig
Gertrude Lawrence ran away from her East End home in 1915 -to join the music-hall. Within a few years she had become a star of the London stage and later went on to Broadway, films and recordings - working with other legendary figures of show business. This spectacular musical biography depicts her rise to fame and wealth - and the great personal cost in terms of her private life. Julie Andrews plays Gertrude Lawrence with great vivacity and has what is often regarded as the finest part of her career.
Screenplay by WILLIAM FAIRCHILD Produced by SAUL CHAPLIN
Directed by ROBERT WISE . Films: page 13
Sir Anthony Spencer:
In the third of this series of Henry Wood Promen ade Concerts recorded at the Royal Albert Hall , London
Gennadi Rozhdestvcnsky conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra leader BELA DEKANY
This programme of Russian music includes the opera version of Mussorgsky's A Night on the Bare Mountain; Prokofiev's witty cantata, The Ugly Duckling; and Prometheus (The Poem of Fire), Scriabin's exciting score for large orchestra, chorus and solo piano. with Elisabeth Soderstrom (soprano)
David Wilson-Johnson (baritone) Victoria Postnikova (piano) BBC SINUERS director JOHN POOLE
BBC SYMPHONY CHORUS conductor BRIAN WRIGHT
Introduced by Richard Baker
Sound IAN PARR
Lighting BERT ROBINSON
Executive producer RODNEY GREENBERG Director PETER BUTLER
(Part of the concert given on 27 July)
Books, The Henry Wood Proms £8.75, and The BBC Symphony Orchestra
Presented by John Morgan
Who decides what you read in the newspapers or see on television? How - and why - are these decisions made? What are the real stories behind the news headlines? Each week The Editors questions the people responsible - the men and women who choose the stories you read, hear and see.
Assistant producer MALCOLM BRINKWORTH Director JILL MARSHALL
Producer TRISTAN ALLSOP
The last of ten programmes with Donald Sinden Hope and Glory
The 19th century shook the Church of England out of its easy-going mould. The grimy suburbs of the Industrial Revolution were fast becoming strongholds of non-conformism or, worse still, atheism. In these areas new churches were hurriedly built to stem the rising tide of dissent. This week DONALD SINDEN visits St Mark 's, Worsley near Manchester, and All Souls', Haley Hill, Halifax. Both churches were built in the revived Gothic style which had ousted the classical style and had come to be seen as the only true Christian form of architecture. Both were also the work of Sir George Gilbert Scott , perhaps the most typical architect of the Gothic Revival.
Film editor SUE CHAMBERS Producer DICK FOSTER
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Sir George Gilbert