6.25 Black and White. 6.50 Music: Formal Analysis. 7.15 Managing Work: Britain and France: 1. 7.40 Rural Transport and Access. 9.5 Air Pollution Dispersion 8.31 1973 Oil Crisis.
A See-Saw programme with RICK JONES: Shapes
Sons of the Kingdom
Continuing the series dealing with some of Jesus' Parables of the Kingdom.
This service of Matins comes from Cromer Parish Church in Norfolk. Conducted by the Vicar, CANON DEREK OSBORNE
Choirmaster RICHARD BAKER Organist ALAN MORRIS
Hymns: : Praise, my soul, the King of Heaven; I heard the voice of Jesus say; 0 praise ye the Lord Sound DOUG WHITTAKER Lighting HARRY THOMAS
Television presentation RAYMOND SHORT
The fifth of six music and dance programmes features SHIV KUMAR SHARMA
ATTAULLAH KHAN ' ISAKHAILVI '
GHULAM ALI , SHANKAR GANGULI
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
An Interlude film first shown in the early 1950s
features the news and views, politics and practice of those involved with the land, with PHILIP WRIXON
DAN CHERRINGTON , BARRY WILSON
Producers PHILIP HICKS , KEN POLLOCK Executive producer JOHN KENTON BBC Pebble Mill
A series of five programmes 2: ... To Give it a Whirl
' The first lesson was setting; I was very good at it.' TOM VERNON learns to sail, and looks at other people learning for pleasure-in evening classes, pigeon lofts and Kendo clubs.
Produced by TONY MATTHEWS
Directed by CHRIS LENT
starring James Stewart
Charles Lindbergh 's historic flight across the Atlantic in 1927 is vividly re-created in this thrilling portrait. James Stewart stars as the youthful flier in this absorbing account of Lindbergh's early life and hazardous non-stop flight.
Screenplay by BILLY WILDER and WENDELL MAYES Adapted by CHARLES LEDERER from the book by CHARLES A. LINDBERCH Produced by LELAND HAYWARD
Directed by BILLY WILDER. Films: page 11
Charles A Lindbergh:
B F Mahoney:
O W SchultZ:
in Bowling Alley Cat and Little Orphan
A new season and a new time for television's most popular football programme.
Jimmy Hill introduces action highlights of two Football League matches and adds his own perceptive analysis of the weekend's action.
Bob Wilson brings you the day's headlines and the commentators are JOHN MOTSON and ALAN PARRY.
Producers JOHN SHREWSBURY JIM RESIDE
Series producer FRED VINER Editor BOB ABRAHAMS
created by TED WILLIS
starring Jack Warner
Written by ERIC PAICE
Is PC Norman the victim of a gang attack, an accident or something even more menacing? Dock Green police find themselves operating in unfamiliar surroundings.
Chief Supt Bannister:
Det Sgt Crawford:
Det Con Lauderdale:
Chief Insp Prescott:
Det Con Swain:
with Jan Leeming Weather
The fifth of six programmes
Evelyn Ebsworth , Professor of Molecular Chemistry at the University of Edinburgh, talks to Ronald Eyre about the relationship between his own scientific discipline and Christian beliefs.
EBSWORTH: I do not believe that a chemical compound has a soul. I don't believe it's a thinking and spiritual being, whereas I believe that man is exactly that, that man has a spirit ... which is outside, but part of, his normal sphere of operations ... It is something that has to be recognised as part of the world we're living in. Director CHRISTOPHER MANN Producer PETER FIRTH
The fifth of six programmes Richard Baker talks to Bernadette Greevy
The international opera and concert singer, and one-time protégée of Sir John Barbirolli , recalls singing to the biggest audience of her career and probably the largest live audience of all time - one-and-a-half-million people at the open-air Papal Mass in Phoenix Park in Dublin in 1979. Her choice of music tonight is in sharp contrast to the great oratorios in which she has often sung, and reflects her taste for a more traditional and disappearing religious world: ST JAMES' CHOIR conductor THE REV JOHN O'BRIEN organist CONOR BIGGS
Producer JAMES SKELLY
Series producer JIM MURRAY
starring Ronnie Barker in Pardon Me by DICK CLEMENT and IAN LA FRENAIS featuring Brian Wilde , Fulton Mackay , with Richard Beckinsale and David Jason Designer
TIM GLEESON. Produced by SYDNEY LOTTERBY
starring George C. Scott
David Hemmings , Claire Bloom
The Bahamas, 1940. American sculptor Tom Hudson has ' opted out', retiring to the Bahamas and an idyllic, if rather boozy, lifestyle. With World War II raging round his island retreat, Hudson relives aspects of his life and is eventually drawn into the mainstream of the war.
Screenplay by DENNE BART PETITCLERC
Based on the novel by ERNEST HEMINGWAY Produced by PETER BART , MAX PALEVSKY Directed by FRANKLIN j. SCHAFFNER
Terry Wogan decides it's time to check up on Auntie after 60 years of broadcasting. Behind the scenes at the BBC Terry stalks the corridors of power and lurks in some of the most remote byways of the Corporation. En route Terry goes in search of the BBC ghost, he meets Johnners and Fredders in the commentary box at The Oval, he watches Egypt arrive in Shepherd's Bush and discovers the world-famous BBC sandpit in Dorset.
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
Introduced by Richard Baker
In the fifth of this season's Henry Wood Promenade Concerts, the BBC Concert Orchestra and BBC Singers are conducted by Nicholas Cleobury in a performance of Gilbert and Sullivan's comic opera Trial by Jury.
Followed by some short orchestral pieces by Percy Grainger
Stage presentation CHRIS DE SOUZA Sound BRIAN STRUGNELL Lighting HARRY THOMAS
Executive producer KENNETH CORDEN Directed by ROY TIPPING
Counsel for the plaintiff:
The World Championships
If everything has gone to plan, the final day on the track should produce two major head-to-head battles. TONY DOYLE will try to win back the Professional Pursuit title from ALAIN BONDUE of France, and the astonishing Japanese sprinter KOICHI NAKANO will be attempting his sixth world title in a row with Canadian GORDON SINGLETON the main threat.
Introduced by BARRY DAVIES
Producers JOHN PHILIPS , HUW JONES
An Interlude film first shown in the early 1960s.