6.25 The Great Rebuilding. 6.50 The Civilisation of the Crowd. 7.15 Curriculum in Action: How Worthwhile Was It?
7.40 Analysing Hyde Park. 8.5 Constructing a Model. 8.30 Government and Policy Making.
Greville Janner, Qc, mp, talks to MAHENDRA KAUL about the role and responsibilities of an mp.
Producer mahendra KAUL
Director YRISHAN GOULD. BBC Birmingham
A five-part series in which business people share experiences. This week the group talks with TONY BIANCHI, who worked for ICI and Unilever.
Club chairman ian mcnaught-davis
Director MARY SPRENT
Producer JOHN twitchin
Five programmes which look at a number of language departments. 1: Archbishop Michael Ramsey School, London
Producer ROBERT CLAMP
Last of ten films: Roger Munk
Researcher MARY sprent
Producer MICHAEL GARROD
The last of ten programmes Aids to Communication
A hearing aid is just that -an aid. Lip-reading too is an aid.
To get the most advantage from them they need to be considered as elements in a ' communication package'.
Presented by CHRISTINE MARTIN and JACQUIE HOLDSTOCK With SYLVIA SHERLOCK
Director JOHN BROOKE
Producer BRIGIT BARRY
Magazine /or the deaf on Ceefax p 169
A series of eight programmes 3:Jean Michel Folon
MARIANNE LAWRENCE introduces a film made when the Belgian graphic artist and water-colourist JEAN michel FOLON visited a school.
Research JANE cottave
Production SUSAN PATON
A third series of ten programmes 4:Cream, Ice Cream and Yoghurt
Director PAULA GILDER
Producer PETER RIDING (Postponed from 9 May)
An invitation to worship at home. People at home or wherever television is available are invited to take part in this service as members of a viewing congregation: to meditate together, to pray for and with each other and to break bread together. Worship starts where you, the viewers, are-in the home; and the themes explored in the series are common to all of us.
Today THE REV WARWICK SHENTON talks on the theme of Guilt
Old Testament Lesson: Genesis 3, vv 1-10 Gospel: John 8. w 3-11
Producer PETER firth. BBC Bristol
With PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers MICHAEL FISH
Eight programmes for parents. 4:Moths at Home
Series producer JENNY ROGERS
Produced by ANNA JACKSON
A three-part film version of CONRAD RICHTER 'S
Pulitzer Prize-winning novel starring Elizabeth Montgomery Hal Holbrook 2: The Fields
With her father away for long periods on trading trips,
Sayward Luckett , now married to
Portius Wheeler , is the head of the family. More people have settled and when Sayward gives a piece of Luckett land for a school, she starts a chain of events that almost destroys her marriage.
Screenplay by JAMES LEE BARRETT Produced by ROBERT E. RELYEA
Directed by BORIS SAGAL
A Western film series starring
Time of Your Life
Big John Cannon:
Raymond Baxter introduces a selection of items from this year's great Flying Display at the famous airfield at Biggin Hill. As the proceeds are in aid of the Bomber Command Museum Appeal Fund, there are appearances of the Tornado, Vulcan and, of course, the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. There are displays also from the Navy and Army, and a host of interesting civilian aircraft, parachuting from the RAF Falcons, and the Red Arrows under their new leader
SON-LDR JOHN BLACKWELL.
Producer PETER MASSEY
The story of two sisters by JANE AUSTEN dramatised in seven episodes by ALEXANDER BARON
1: Surely Jane Austen's most romantic novel, the story of 16-year-old Marianne, with her passionate hunger for emotional experience, her sister Elinor, outwardly so cool and collected, and the men they love.
From an outtine by DENIS CONSTANDUROS Music composed and conducted by DUDLEY SIMPSON
Producer BARRY LETTS
Directed by RODNEY BENNETT * Subtitles on Ceelax page 170
Sir John Middleton:
Lady Middle ton:
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
This week: Scarborough
A team of Britain's leading experts from the world of art and antiques continue on the road. They meet the public informally and discuss treasured possessions brought along for assessment. The programmes, presented by Hugh Scully, are full of information, excitement and surprises as people discover whether they have a real ' find ' or not.
Director ROY CHAPMAN
Producer ROBIN drake. BBC Bristol
appeals on behalf of The Church Army
It's 100 years since Wilson Carlile founded a small group to help 'pick up the pieces' of lives shattered by harsh times. Today the organisation still carries on his work, but on a world-wide basis.
Please send donations to: Roy Castle Church Army Appeal, [address removed] or make a direct donation through [text removed]
from Furneux Pelham
Footballer Tony Galvin of Tottenham Hotspur is more often to be seen on television on Saturday night during Match of the Day, but tonight he's one of the people who chooses a hymn when Songs of Praise visits the village of Furneux Pelham in the farming county of Hertfordshire. Moira Stuart talks to a mountaineer who narrowly escaped death in the Alps and to a former rugger international who gets more satisfaction out of playing with his handicapped son than he did playing for his country.
Rejoice! the Lord is King (Gopsal); O God our help in ages past (St Anne); He who would valiant be (Monk's Gate); When I survey the wondrous cross (Rockingham); Lord of all hopefulness (Slane); Let us break bread together (Traditional); Immortal, Invisible (St Denio); Good Christian Men Rejoice and Sing (Vulpius)
Hymns from previous programmes (record REC 338, cassette ZCM 338) from retailers
Outside broadcast director:
As a child Helen Keller was not only blind, deaf and dumb but so uncontrollable that her parents were on the verge of sending her to an asylum. Instead, they hired Anne Sullivan, a remarkable young woman, herself half-blind, who with infinite patience, determination and love, rescued Helen from her misery and darkness.
Screenplay by WILLIAM cibson Produced by FRED COE
Directed by PAUL AARON. Films: page 23
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
Old-time Music-hall from the stage of the famous City Varieties Theatre, Leeds (by arrangement with Stanley and Michael Joseph)
For your delectation and delight, your Chairman
Leonard Sachs introduces
Bernard Cribbins , Lorna Dallas Barry Cryer , Anna Dawson
Josephine Gordon , Bill Drysdale Christine Cartwright , Inga-Lise
Members of the Players Theatre, London
PENNY RIGDEN , NICOLA KIMBER , LISA WESTCOTT , DEBBIE GOODMAN ,
PETER SUTHERLAND , CHRIS CONNAH , GRAHAM RICHARDS , CHRISTOPHER WREN
Choreography doreen hermitage
Musical director BERNARD merrmann
Producer barney colehan. BBC Manchester
with Barry Norman
Maurice Sendak is internationally acclaimed as the author and illustrator of such children's books as Where the Wild Things Are. However this summer he comes to Glyndebourne to design the set for an opera by Prokofiev. Omnibus visited Sendak at his home in Connecticut, where he talked about his work, his love of music and in particular Mozart, and his plans for Glyndebourne.
Pennies from Heaven is a lavish 20-million dollar version of Dennis Potter 's BBCtv musical series. Directed by Herbert Ross and starring Steve Martin , it has divided the American critics. Before its British premiere, DENNIS POTTER describes how MGM made. and America took to, Pennies
CHRISTOPHER SWANN and HELEN FRASER Director JONATHAN FULFORD Deputy editor ian SQUIRES Editor CHRISTOPHER MARTIN VVoddis On pane 89
First of seven programmes with David Jessel
At the heart of the events that make the news lie deeper concerns: the principles on which decisions are based, the effective values and beliefs which are forming our society today. As the main issues of the week develop, DAVID JESSEL considers the people and the principles - the prejudices and the passions - at the heart of the matter.
Producer COLIN CAMERON
Editor JOHN STUART ROBERTS
A series of eight programmes
The treatment of mental illness in the National Health Service investigated by Dr Alan Maryon-Davis. 3:Electrical Treatment
' In the appropriate patient, to my mind, it is virtually always effective ' - a consultant psychiatrist talking about electro-convulsive therapy. A film team saw the interviews between two severely depressed patients and their psychiatrists before and after a course of ECT.
Film editor PETER PIERCE
Producer david cordingley
The Depths of Space
Astronomers in Australia have just discovered an object which may be the most remote and luminous known to man. It is a quasar, apparently 13,000 million light years from us. Yet some astronomers have their doubts and believe that there have been serious errors in interpretation.
Patrick Moore talks about the quasar problem and sums up what we have so far found out about these remarkable objects.
Producer PIETER MORPURGO
The Martini International from
HARRY CARPENTER introduces highlights of the final round and talks with the winner of the fll,000 first prize.
PETER ALLISS , CLIVE CLARK
BRUCE CRITCHLEY and ALEX HAY
RICHARD TILLING and ALASTAIR SCOTT Executive producer DAVID kenning