This is the Day
Viewers are invited to listen together to readings from Scripture, and to pray for each other and for the world. Today's speaker, live from his home, is The Rt Rev Michael Marshall , Bishop of Woolwich.
As this is the eve of his departure for new work in the United States, the Bishop's theme is 'Leave-taking'.
Old Testament reading: Genesis 12, vv 1-4 Gospel: Luke 18, vv 29-30
Music for meditation: Memory (from Cats) Assistant producer JOHN HARMAR SMITH Director JOHN KIRBY
Series producer ELIZABETH GORT
Today's programme features a sitar workshop with PANDIT NIKHIL BANER-JEE, in which he talks to VIRAM JASANI about the sitar and plays ragas 'Nat bhairon' and 'Bhairvi.' With ANINDO CHATTERJI on tabla.
Producer KRISHAN GOULD. Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL. BBC Pebble Mill
This week reggae. Deirdre Cartwright (guitar), Geoff Nicholls (drums) and Henry Thomas (bass) look at 'one-drop' and 'stepper' drum patterns, bass riddims and guitar chops. Featuring BLACK UHURU
DENNIS BOVELL, SLY DUNBAR and ROBBIE SHAKESPEARE
Film editor horacio QUEIRO. Produced by Chris LENT .
Burt Lancaster , Lee Remick
Whisky stocks have got dangerously low in Denver and serious drinkers are relieved to hear that 40 wagon-loads of supplies are on the way. Unfortunately for them, two separate bands of people are determined to prevent the wagon train from reaching Denver: the local Indians and a brigade of temperance women led by the formidable Cora Templeton Massingale.
Screenplay by JOHN GAY
From the novel by HILL GULICK . Produced and directed by JOHN STURGES. Films:page 14
Col Thadeus Gearhart:
Cora Templeton Massingale:
Captain Paul Slater:
Chief Five Barrels:
The last of five programmes Line of Dreams
Narrator John Shrapnel
The Marudhar Express steams across the desert lands of north-west India carrying a member of the royal house of Jodhpur in first-class comfort. A young boy risks his life clambering between carriages to earn a few rupees on the train ... and a remarkable railway inspector dresses in disguise to catch ticket defaulters.
For six hours they share a journey across the magical land of Rajasthan.
Film cameraman DAVID FEIG Producer GERRY TROYNA
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
Colin Morris is the quizmaster in a battle of wits between theological students, testing their knowledge of religion and the ways of the world. In the second semi-final teams from Heythrop College, London, and Wycliffe Hall, Oxford face the tests of faith or fortune, creed and deed, and work out the stories behind the headlines of The Hebrew Herald and The Bethlehem Bugle. The winners will pass on to next week's final and the opportunity to win a valuable prize for their college.
Technical co-ordinator JACK WALSH Assistant producer FRANCES GUMLEY Director SIMON HAMMOND
Producer CHRISTIAN FORSSANDER
by CHARLES DICKENS dramatised in ten episodes by JAMES ANDREW HALL
2: Mr Dombey has a son and heir at last, although his wife has died in childbirth. Neglected and heart-broken, his daughter is consoled by her maid, Susan Nipper , and Paul's nurse, the kindly Polly.
Music composed and conducted by DUDLEY SIMPSON
Producer BARRY LETTS
Director RODNEY BENNETT
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
Young Walter Gay:
Polly Toodle (Richards):
In the last of the series Cliff Michelmore travels to Yorkshire to meet Kathy Staff , the pin-up of Last of the Summer Wine. Christian faith has been the backbone of Kathy's life. She talks to Cliff about what are, for her, its certainties and comforts in the midst of her busy career as an actress. Her choice of music includes 'The Lord's prayer', 'God so loved the world' and 'Teach me to live'.
It is sung in St Mark 's Church, Dukinfield, which has been her family's church for generations.
Assistant producer FAY WOOLF Producer NOEL VINCENT
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
by JEREMY LLOYD and DAVID CROFT Conduct Unbecoming starring
Money is missing from the till; the finger of suspicion points at Mr Humphries. Is he bent?
Executive producer DAVID CROFT. Produced and directed by BOB SPIERS * Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
The feature film starring Jan-Michael Vincent
William Katt , Gary Busey
California, 1962: Matt, Jack and Leroy are loyal friends united by the beach lifestyle - muscles, girls, parties, cars, rock music. But above all they share a great obsession - surfing. Despite the draft, the hippie era and the inevitable transition to adulthood, they remain true to their craze until finally, in 1974, they are reunited for the Great Swell, a giant wave such as they have never ridden before.....
John Milius 's film, conceived like an intimate epic, features some unparalleled sequences of virtuoso surfing.
Screenplay by JOHN Minus and DENIS AABERG Produced by BUZZ FEITSHANS
Directed by JOHN milius . Films: page 14 (First showing on British television)
Jim 'Waxer' King:
Introduced by Humphrey Burton The Westmores of Hollywood - The Story of a Dynasty
Back in the days of silent films an actor, who had accidentally shaved off half of his moustache, had his job saved for him by an English barber who glued it back on. The barber was George Westmore and he and his sons virtually invented the art of movie make-up. At one point a Westmore was in charge of all the important Hollywood make-up departments. Frank Westmore is the last surviving son. His own credits include The Ten Commandments and The Towering Inferno.
At his house in Los Angeles he told Omnibus about the family triumphs including the dashing Douglas Fairbanks ' hair cut, The Hunchback of Notre Dame's wild eye and Shirley MacLaine 's geisha good looks.
Researcher MARILYN HOWE Film editor CHRIS HALE
Producer KEITH CHEETHAM Editor ian SQUIRES
featuring live coverage of Swimming and Cycling finals on the first day of competition in the Olympic Games in Los Angeles. Introduced by Desmond Lynam
HUGH PORTER and PHIL LIGGETT report from Mission Viejo on cycling's first gold medals of the games.
Women's 70km Road Race (New Olympic event)
Reigning British champion CATHY SWINNERTON heads the team hoping to emulate Mandy Jones , who won the World title for Britain in 1982. Men's 190km =Road Race Britain's riders try to win our first medal in this event since 1956.
Olympic Champion: S. Sukhoruchenkov (USSR)
Swimming Finals at 12 midnight
Women's 100m Freestyle
Who is the fastest woman swimmer at the Games?
World record: B. Krause (GDR) 54.79 1980 Olympic Champion and record holder: B. Krause (GDR) 54.79
Men's 100m Breaststroke
Can Commonwealth Champion ADRIAN MOORHOUSE , second fastest in the world in 1984, succeed David Wilkie and Duncan Goodhew as an Olympic Breaststroke Champion?
World record: J. Moffet (USA) 1:02.13 1984 Olympic record: J. Hencken (USA) 1:03.11 1976
Olympic Champion: D. Goodhew (GB)
Women's 400m Individual Medley
World record: P. Schneider (GDR) 4:36.10 1982
Olympic Champion and record holder: P. Schneider (GDR) 4:36.29
Men's 200m Freestyle
World record: M. Gross (FRG) 1:47.55 1984 Olympic Champion and record holder: S. Kopliakov (USSR) 1:49.81 1980
Commentators ALAN WEEKS and HAMILTON BLAND
News - action - results from tonight's other events which include:
Boxing: the opening bouts of the 13-day tournament, which now features 12 weight divisions.
Three-Day Event: the dressage phase gets competition under way in an event British riders will hope to win. Also news of the first gold medals in Shooting.
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