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Jesus - His Life and Teaching 3: The Gospel of the Kingdom
This week a look at the beginning of Jesus's public ministry and a summary of his message.
From St Luke's Church, Stanmore, Winchester.
Speaker THE REV PAUL BATES Organist DAVID DENNIS
With THE GOODWORTH SINGERS directed by DR ALAN Introduced by RAYMOND SHORT
Bible readings: Mark 1, vv 14-15; Luke 4. vv 14-21; Matthew 18. w 21-35
Hymns: Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord (Vision); Glory to thee. 0 Lord (Love Unknown); Thine be the glory (Maccabaeus) Graphic designer BERNARD HEYES
Sound CHRIS HOLCOMBE. Lighting BERT OATEN Producer PETER FIRTH
Executive producer RAYMOND SHORT
Over the years a variety of organisations have emerged to assist Asians settled in this country. One such organisation is The Council of British Pakistanis in Birmingham. BIKRAM SINGH BHAMRA visited one of their centres to find out about the organisation and what it hopes to achieve and talked to its founder QAYYUM CHAUDHARY. Today's programme shows a film report of his visit.
In the regular studio spot topical events and issues are discussed and one of Pakistan's most famous singers with one of his most famous songs-SALIM RAZA sings ' Yaaro mujhe muaf karo
Producer yousut AZIZ
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
Presented by BRIAN RIX
Ten more programmes which aim to help mentally handicapped people to get more out of life. 4: Let's Make a Snack
Assistant producer ANNE O'DWYER Producer CHARLES PASCOE
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A series of 24programmes
Presented by NORMAN GOWAR (ou) 4: Symbols
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A combined television and radio course for beginners in Spanish, 4: Picking and Choosing
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Five programmes which look at ways in which the ideas of the Cockcroft Report on mathematical education can be brought into the classroom.
NICK BRENTON and JOHN JAWORSKI Producer ROBERT CLAMP
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A series of six programmes 4: Playhouse
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For people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
A programme presenting news, views and entertainment, with sign language interpretation and subtitles.
Presented by MAGGIE WOOLLEY CLARK DENMARK and JOHN LEE
Produced by CHARLES PASCOE
A series often programmes. CHRIS SERLE, IAN MCNAUGHT-DAVIS and GILL NEVILL continue their exploration of the world of information science.
4: It's on the Computer
Director MATT BONEY
Producer PAUL KRIWACZER
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with PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producers PHILIP HICKS , KEN POLLOCCK : Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Hill
Weather for farmers IAN MCCASKILL
(First shown on BBC2)
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The XXIInd World Gymnastics
Championships from Budapest
Ten gold medals will be won today in the Men's and Women's Individual Apparatus finals. These should produce a fascinating contrast in styles - the technical brilliance of the Eastern European countries contrasting with the flair of the Cuban men and American women.
Commentators RON PICKERING and ALAN WEEKS
TV presentation HUNGARIAN TV SERVICE Producer ALASTAIR SCOTT
starring Cary Grant
Katharine Hepburn , James Stewart Socialite Tracy Lord is about to embark on her second marriage when her first husband C. K. Dexter Haven arrives with two reporters from a national picture magazine to cover the great event. From here on, things begin to get a little complicated ...
Cary Grant renewed his celebrated partnership with Katharine Hep burn repeating her stage role as the mercurial Tracy, in this classic romantic comedy.
Screenplay DONALD) OGDEN STEWART Based on the play by PHILIP BARRY Produced by JOSEPH L. MANKIEWICZ
Directed by GEORGE CUKOR
C K Dexter Haven:
Mickey is a ringmaster of a wild circus ...
The game where everyone is let into the secret. Barry Took and his team of special agents Liza Goddard , Chris Kelly
Jan Leeming , Alfred Marks meet the people with the secrets and persuade them to tell their stories.
Presented by arrangement with TALBOT TELEVISION LTD and GOODSON-TODMAN PRODUCTIONS Designer BARRIE DOBBINS Director TIM MARSHALL Producer ROGER MACKAY
The XXIInd World Gymnastics Championships from Budapest. Further coverage
with Michael Cole ; Weatherman
by CHARLOTTE BRONTË, dramatised in 11 episodes by ALEXANDER BARON Zelah Clarke as Jane Timothy Dalton as Rochester Jean Harvey as Mrs Fairfax
4: Happy in her new post at Thornfield Hall, Jane gets on well with her new pupil Adele and the kindly housekeeper Mrs Fairfax. Then she meets her employer, the disturbing and enigmatic Mr Rochester....
Music composed, conducted by PAUL READE Sound by ALISTAIR ASKHAM
Script editor TERRANCE DICKS Producer BARRY LETTS Director JULIAN AMYES
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
Presented by Jimmy Savile , OBE A series of ten programmes 3: Think Child
Each year around 300 children under 15 are killed on our roads and over 6,000 are seriously injured. This programme highlights some of the dangers, especially in residential areas, and suggests how parents and other road users can help prevent these tragedies.
Researcher MAGGIE WINKWORTH Director JULIA DRUM
Producer PETER RIDING
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Scotland's fourth largest city traditionally associated with jute, jam and journalism, is now engaged in building its future on the development of modern technology.
Geoffrey Wheeler meets some of the people of Dundee including Roger Clarke , an industrial chaplain, who believes there needs to be a redistribution of work opportunities, particularly among the young. He also talks to Tony Robb of the Cleghorn Housing Association which is making it possible for people to move back into the heart of Dundee and bring new life to the innercity. They come together in Roseangle Ryehill Parish Church to sing the hymns they've chosen.
Christ Is made the sure foundation (Westminster Abbey); The Lord's my Shepherd (Wiltshire); What a friend we have In Jesus (Converse); The Saviour died but rose again (St Andrew); 0 for a thousand tongues (Lyngham): Follow me (Sister Madeleine, FCJ) : 0 thou who earnest from above (Hereford); Praise ye the Lord (Old 124th). Conductor ALEX PERRY Organist ADRIAN MILNE
Producer MICHAEL A.SIMPSON
Series producer JIM MURRAY. BBC Scotland * Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
by DOUGLAS WATKINSON starring
To Helen, love is wine and roses, to Peter it's a practical kitchen. James, her son, not known for diplomacy, sows the seed of compromise ...
Music arranged by RONNIE HAZLEHURST Designer jo DAY
Produced and directed by GARETH GWENLAN
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* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
by Alfred Shaughnessy
A serial in ten episodes created by John Hawkesworth
September 1642. The Lacey family - like England - is now divided and prepares for civil war. Sir Martin and his Troop of Horse ride out to the first battle at Edgehill.
An exhibition of costumes is currently on display at Longleat House, Warminster, Wiltshire
(Timewatch investigates Royalist Oxford, Tuesday 8.10 pm, BBC2)
(Subtitles on Ceefax page 170)
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starring Robert Mitchum Angie Dickinson
Robert Mitchum plays Harold Schillmann , a failed cop, a failed suicide and a failed drunk'. But when gambling tsar Carl Char nock hires him to find his missing wife Caroline, Schillmann is soon back in action, following the trail from Nevada casinos through a San Francisco penthouse to the seedy underside of Los Angeles.
Screenplay by FELIX CULVER Produced by MEL FERRER Directed by WILLIAM BALE
(First showing on British television) Films: page 20
with Michael Cole ; Weather
with Richard Baker
'The Old Vic is as important a building as Westminster Abbey or the Houses of Parliament.' That is how an actress like Judi Dench feels about the London theatre that once housed some of Britain s greatest classical drama, opera and ballet. Two years ago, the Old Vie went dark; tomorrow the lights come on again with Blondel, a musical by Tim Rice and Stephen Oliver. Is this a new beginning for the Old Vie? Tonight Omnibus meets the man who hopes it is the theatre's new owner, Honest Ed Mirvish , a Canadian store owner who has spent f2 million restoring the Old Vic. His aim, quite simply, is to fill the seats:
'If I don't have the seats filled, I am not going to have a theatre!
Will Honest Ed succeed? Those helping to answer that question and to look back on the heyday of 'The Vic' include Dame Peggy Ashcroft , Dame Flora Robson , Dame Ninette de Valois , Sir John Gielgud , Sir Alec Guinness , Sir
Michael Redgrave , Joan Cross , Paul Rogers , Tommy Steele and Sir Ralph Richardson in his last television interview.
Research ALEX MARENGO Film editor DAVE KING
Studio director BOB LOCKYER Producer CYRIL FRANKEL Editor IAN SQUIRES
One in seven of the adult work-force in Britain is now without work. But what does it really mean to be without work? And what can a caring society do to help restore each person's sense of dignity and worth when we still believe 'you are what you do' In the first of four programmes Janet Cohen talks to
John Swallow , president of the National Association of Head Teachers and Jim Kennedy , a parish priest working with the young unemployed in north-east London. Janet also looks at the realities of life facing young school-leavers in Haverhill, the once-thriving GLC overspill town which now has the highest unemployment rate in East Anglia.
Studio director SIMON HAMMOND Film director ELAINE ROSE Producer PATTI STEEPLES
as Sergeant Bilko
Bilko buys some swampland....!