7.15 Structural Power: 1. Exploitation.
7.40 Biology, Brain and Behaviour.
8.05 The Newcomer
A See-Saw programme
Mr Forgetful and Mr Uppity
take a look at God's world.
In the first of three programmes J.D. tells the story of Baden-Powell, and the gang sing of King Nebuchadnezzar and the Fiery Furnace. With ALISON CHRISTIE -
MURRAY, JOHN DRYDEN , JILL SHAKESPEARE , GLEN STUART
Director CYRIL GATES
Producer DAVID BROWN
In this week's Sob Ras programme of music and dance, the following artists' numbers are repeated:
SATISH BABBAR , BUBLI RAHMAN , GUNVANT PANDYA and famous Indian film star and dancer ASHA PAREKH Presented and produced by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director KRISHAN GOULD. BBC Birmingham
Gaelic for Beginners
Twenty programmes for beginners in Scots Gaelic. Presented by MAIREAD ROSS
19: A' bruidhinn ri cheile with SIMON MACKENZIE
CATHERINE ANNE MACPHEE
ANGUS PETER CAMPBELL
Producer NORMAN MCCANDLISH
Book (same title) £4.00. records £7.48, cassettes £7.19, from bookshops
St Finnian's Parish Church, Cregagh. Belfast
The first of two services on the theme of acceptance
Accepting Other People Conducted by the Rector THE REV NOEL BATTYE Assisted by THE REV STUART LLOYD Organist SAMUEL LOWN
Presented for television by JAMES SKELLY
BBC Northern Ireland iNext week:.Accepting Ourselves)
with PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers ANNE PURVIS
A series of 11 programmes 10: Don't Wake Them Up
Most young people in Japan are conformists. There are, however, a minority who are not prepared to accept the status quo. What do they think about the society in which they live?
Directed by LIBBY HALLIDAY
Produced by HOWARD SMITH
Book (same title), £7.50, from bookshops
continues the season of British films of the 40s and 50s. Starring Michael Redgrave , Sheila Sim
When 13 people - eight passengers and five crew - board a VIP flight from Hong Kong to Tokyo there's no reason to suspect anything except a routine journey. Gradually a dream told by one of the passengers becomes frighteningly true. Tension mounts as nightmare and reality intermingle ...
Air Marshal John Hardie
Screenplay by R. C. SHERRIFF Produced by MICHAEL BALCON
Associate producer TOM MORAHAN Directed by LESLIE NORMAN
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Hoss is the prime suspect in a murder case when he becomes enamoured of a beautiful actress. and her leading man is fatally shot.
Produced by RICHARD COLLINS
Little Joe Cartwright:
Mickey, Donald and friends spend an eventful afternoon on ice. Pluto has trouble with squatters, and Donald's ' evil' and ' better ' selves argue about going to school.
A WALT DISNEY production
Conducted by Noel Edmonds
In which Noel rummages in the BBC's attic and finds some reminders of his Swap Shop favourites Including:
The day Keith took the plunge. Maggie and the Jumbo Jet.
How to solve the Rubik Cube in 37 seconds - (watch carefully). The return of Bert.
The Mystery of the Haunted Bike.
An unusual collector and a bottle of Brown Sauce!
Join Noel up in the loft and see if he finds some of your favourites too. By the way Swap Shop is back on 3 October. Don't miss it!
Designer BRUCE MACADIE Producer CRISPIN EVANS
dramatised in eight parts by ANDREW DAVIES
7: Morgan and her co-conspirators have planted more seeds of doubt in Arthur's mind regarding Lancelot and Guinevere. The pair have been surprised by armed men at an innocent but indiscreet meeting. Lancelot has escaped; Guinevere taken prisoner.
Music composed by DUDLEY SIMPSON Producer KEN RIDDINGTON
Director RODNEY BENNETT
King Arthur ,:
Morgan Ie Fay:
with Richard Whitmore Weatherman
with Frank Chapple
FRANK CHAPPLE is General Secretary of the EETPU. As a young man he became a Communist and spent 20 years of his working life trying to gain control of his union, then the etu, for the Communist Party - ' using all the weapons of revolutionary zeal, deceit, treachery, character assassination, etc.'
Tonight he explains what happened to make him change his mind, abandon Communism and spend 40 days in the High Court, ridding his union of its Communist control.
Director ELIZABETH GORT
Series producer JIM MURRAY
with Albert Fallaize
Richard Baker visits Seven Kings, in Essex, to meet ALBERT FALLAIZE , who is 91 today. They talk about the early days with Dr Barnardo, about Albert's 32 years as a missionary in Morocco, and the many ups and downs in the remarkable life of a remarkable man. Albert Fallaize chooses hymns which reflect his experience. They are sung by THE LONDON EMMANUEL CHOIR conductor MURIEL SHEPHERD organist ROBIN LITTLER pianist ROBERT EAGLE
Now thank we all our God: There is a green hill; My hope is built on nothing less: Guide me, 0 thou great Redeemer: Great is thy faithfulness: Father of mercies: Just as I am; When I survey the wondrous cross; Jesus shall reign. Film director CAROLINE GODLEY Studio director NOEL VINCENT
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
Marlon Brando , Trevor Howard Richard Harris , Hugh Griffith
In December 1787 HMS Bounty sails for Tahiti on a mission to transport from there the recently discovered breadfruit plants now regarded as an important source of food. Captain Bligh, newly promoted, hopes that the voyage will launch him on a brilliant career, so he is not at all pleased to hear it called 'a grocer's errand ' by his first officer. As the days pass, the Captain's zeal becomes increasingly unpopular throughout the ship.
Screenplay by CHARLES LEDERER based on the novel by CHARLES NORDHOFF and JAMES NORMAN HALL Produced bv AARON ROSENBERG
Directed by LEWIS MILESTONE . Films: p 14
Making a welcome return to this year's
Edinburgh Festival is the brilliant
Polish Chamber Orchestra under their conductor
Jerzy Maksymiuk , playing two contrasting divertimenti for strings.
The American double-bass player Gary Karr is the guest soloist.
Mozart Divertimento in F (Kl38) Dragonetti Double-bass Concerto Bartok Divertimento for strings
Introduced from the Queen's Hall by TOM FLEMING
Sound RON ALLAN
Lighting JOHN MCCAW
Producer JAMES HUNTER
(In association with The Midland Bank Ltd)
An affectionate and evocative tribute to the man and his music with contributions from many friends, including:
Fats Waller , Pete Johnson
Buddy Tate , John Hammond Eddie ' Lockjaw '
Davis Billie Holiday, Benny Moten Eddie Durham and some of the great jazz standards which Basie made his own: ' One o'clock jump ', ' Jumping at the woodside ', ' Dickie's dream ' and ' April in Paris '.
Narrated by ANNIE ROSS
Directors JOHN JEREMY , ANGUS TROWBRIDCE