6.25 Edwin Lutyens. 6.50 Aladura: The Praying People. 7.15 Culture and Community: Spain 2. 7.40 Evaluating a Merger. 8.5 Finance in Education. 8.30 Local Government.
A See-Saw programme with RICK JONES Shiny
The Shrewd Manager (LUKE 16, VV 1-9)
Continuing the series dealing with some of Jesus' Parables of the Kingdom.
The second service from St John 's Kirk of Perth
Conducted by the Minister THE REV DAVID OGSTON assisted by THE REV ALEXANDER HOUSTON Organist EOIN BENNET
Anthem: 0 Lord, support us (Maurice Besly)
Hymns: All hall the power of Jesus' name! (Miles Lane); Thou art before me Lord (Sursum Corda): The Lord of heaven confess (St John); Glorious things of thee are spoken (Austria) Sound BRIAN DEWAR
Lighting JOHN mccaw
Television presentation RAYMOND SHORT BBC Scotland
In a nationwide Asian song contest last year nearly Â£4,500 was raised for handicapped.
In today's Sab Ras Chaman Lal Chaman talks to the contest organiser, Muhammad Ayub. The programme also features three winning entries:
Saeed Din Jalalpuri (third),
Sangeeta Kaur (second),
Asif Bhatti (first)
To end the programme Jyotika Rao performs a classical dance.
With PHILIP WRIXON ,
DAN CHERRINGTON and BARRY WILSON
Producers PHILIP HICKS , KEN POLLOCK Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers ANNE PURVIS
Last of six films presented by TONY SOPER : Out to the Islands
starring Bette Davis , Henry Fonda Bette Davis won her second Oscar for her performance as Julie, the spoilt Southern belle-a part Warners gave her to make up for not letting her play Scarlett O'Hara-in this story set in the era of Gone With the Wind. As the self-willed Julie she eventually provokes the death of one of her rival suitors in a duel, earning herself the name of Jezebel.
Screenplay by CLEMENTS RIPLEY ABEM FINKEL and JOHN HUSTON
Based on the play by OWEN DAVIS SR
Produced and directed by WILLIAM WYLER Films: page 15
in Jerry-go-Round and Bad Day at Cat Rock
A Western series starring
Written by GERRY DAY
Directed by DON RICHARDSON
Six voyages with Clare Francis Narrated by Laurence Olivier 5: Harvest
Clare Francis travels into the North Sea with the largest steel oil platform ever built. She follows its trials and dangers in the search for oil. The North Sea is a crucial testing ground for the proper management of our decreasing resources. Above all it is a challenge to human survival in one of the world's harshest environments.
The film nicely captures the terrible duplicity of the sea as benefactor of mankind and monstrous killer. Yet, perhaps more than ever before, we understand just how vital the sea is to our survival (DAILY EXPRESS) Principal advisers
J. H. PLUMB and BASIL GRIENHILL Music by CARL DiVIS
Series written and directed by UICHAEL GILL and ANTHONY MAYER A MALONE-GILL production
Book (same title) £12.50 from booksellers
by CHARLES DICKENS dramatised in eight episodes by PIETER HARDING starring
6: In London Lucie and Darnay are now married. In Paris the Bastille has been stormed. Gabelle has been forced to ask Darnay to come to France.
Music composed and conducted by FAUL READE
Producer BARRY LETTS
Directed by MICHAEL E. BRIANT
Marquis de St Valerie:
Guard room officer:
Frances Coverdale ; Weather
appeals on behalf of St Christopher's Hospice (reg no 210667) the first research and teaching hospice. It studies and spreads knowledge of the control of terminal pain. Help is urgently needed to maintain the patient care on which this is based.
Donations should be sent to: Sheila Hancock [address removed]
The second of six programmes
Donald Mackay , Professor of Communication and Neuro-science at Keele University, talks to Ronald Eyre about the relationship between his brain research and his Christian beliefs: ' To stick rigidly Just to the mechanical level of man's brain is to miss the point of what it is to be a man'.
Director CHRISTOPHER MANN
Producer PETER FIRTH. BBC Bristol
The second of six programmes Richard Baker talks to
Sybil Phoenix , who is a sort of unofficial auntie' to many of the people of Lewisham in south London. A community worker, she has been foster mother to a large number of children both black and white, and has helped to bring the people of Lewisham closer together. She talks to RICHARD BAKER about being a black Christian in a white community; about the death of her daughter aged 10; about her hopes for the future; and about the way in which her MBE helped her to set up a foster home. THE SOUTHWARK SINGERS conducted by DENIS COLEMAN
THE SHILOH UNITED YOUTH CHOIR led by LOLA BROWN organist RICHARD ELDRIDGE
Producer DAVID KREMER
Series producer JIM MURRAY
starring Red Buttons
Lloyd Bridges, Janet Leigh
The glitter and excitement of the famous Dunes Hotel in Las Vegas provide the background for a dramatic story of romance and danger behind the scenes of a telethon' - a 24-hour television show. Star of the show is comedian Marty Rand , trying to hide his problems behind a torrent of wisecracks which fool no one except Roy Hansen , an old friend obsessed with raising enough money to pay off a syndicate hit-man.
Written by ROGER WILTON
Directed by DAVID LOWELL RICH. Films: p 15
Fran Sullivan JILL:
with Frances Coverdale ; Weather
A series in six parts
4: The Four from Fulham written by IAN KENNEDY MARTIN
Mr Hong holds the key to a big prize which the Fulham gang are desperate to win. John Ho observes them all - and witnesses the evil result of ambition and greed.
Producer TERENCE WILLIAMS
Director TERRY GREEN (Repent) * Subtitles on Cee/ax page 170
Det Sgt John Ho:
Det Chief Insp Berwick:
Det Sgt Chegwyn:
Det Chief Supt Halsey:
Eel and pie shop proprietor:
Introduced by Richard Baker
In the second of this season's recordings from the Henry Wood Promenade Concerts, The Nash Ensemble is conducted by Lionel Friend
Katia and Marielle Labèque are the soloists in Salnt-Saens' The Carnival of the Animals.
This delightful, witty and satirical series of portraits of animals was written for a private party. Saint-Saens would not allow a public performance until after his death. The programme also includes Milhaud's La creation du monde, a work strongly influenced by jazz.
Sound GRAHAM HAINES Lighting HARRY THOMAS Director ROY TIPPING
A series of four programmes 2: Cruiser Racer
Martin Muncaster , a confirmed cruising man, signs on as crew.
Producer JEREMY PALLANT
as Sergeant Bilko
(Block and white. Repeat)