TOM HEWITT tells how Squirt is forgiven, but forgets to forgive. CHRISTOPHER LILLICRAP sings about St Cuthbert 's love for all creatures. JANET ELLIS shows how a young Indian boy's faith helped him to guard some very special ear-rings.
Director JUDY MERRY
Producer DAVID BROWN
This is the Day
This week's programme has something of an open-air flavour - the Greenbelt Festival is an annual chance for thousands of young people to hear the very best of Christian rock music.
The Rev Patrick Sookhdeo , one of the festival's organisers, is today's speaker, live from the site at Castle Ashby, Northamptonshire.
Old Testament reading: Exodus 20, vv 8-11 Gospel: Mark 6, vv 30-33
Music for meditation: Dear Lord and Father of mankind (Repton)
Assistant producer JOHN HARMAR-SMITH Director SIMON HAMMOND
Series producer ELIZABETH GORT
A 'J' from Yesterday
Built in the 1930s the 'J' class yachts achieved a pinnacle of grace and beauty that has never been surpassed. Only ten were ever constructed - by the millionaires of the day - and most were broken up at the start of the war. Terry Brabent was determined that the 'J' class yacht should not pass into history. Bob Fisher charts a four-year struggle leading to the rebirth of the unique Velsheda.
Film editor NIGEL PARDOE-MATTHEWS Producer JEREMY PALLANT BBC Pebble Mill
Live coverage of an attempt by four climbers on the most famous chunk of rock in Britain. It's 17 years since Hoy was televised but the risks haven't diminished. Murray Hamilton and Pete Whillance will tackle the overhanging south-east edge, but without the protection of the bolts and pitons used on the first ascent. The rock itself, Torridon sandstone, has a tendency to crumble like a digestive biscuit. 'Falling off could mean our limited protection is ripped away like press-studs', says Whillance.
Also on the south face is the legendary Joe Brown , climbing with his daughter Zoe, six months old at the time of the first broadcast. Her climbing till now has been on small crags. At the thought of climbing 450 feet, with maximum exposure, she is, she says, 'absolutely terrified'.
Commentator Eric Robson
Producer MICHAEL BEGG
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Living in the far north west of Scotland and being faced with a journey of 180 miles to get vegetables, hotelier Robert Irving decided to grow his own. Using plastic tunnel houses he has become totally self-sufficient, producing high quality food for his customers and selling excess produce in the local area. Aided by expert John Molyneux he has developed several hydroponic units producing early crops of strawberries, french beans, peas and salads. Jim Sutherland ,
Horticultural Adviser from the North of Scotland College of Agriculture, sees the venture as an ideal model for small growers or any farmer wishing to increase farm-gate sales. Reporter GEOFF HAMILTON
Producer DENIS W. GARTSIDE BBC Pebble Mill
Weather for farmers MICHAEL FISH
Lome Greene as Ben Cartwright Dan Blocker as Hoss Cartwright Michael Landon as Little Joe Mitch Vogel as Jamie, with Jack Cassidy as Kevin O'Casey Diane Baker as Norma Lisa Gerritsen as Cassie Cassie
Hoss buys a fine Arabian stallion at an auction, only to be visited by the original owner, Levin O'Casey , who has a foolproof scheme to win the horse back.
Written by TRUE BOARDMAN
Directed by HERSCHEL DAUGHERTY
A Forty Minutes documentary
A flight of fancy about Britain's most underrated bird from some members of its human fan club: Naomi Lewis , the pigeons' Florence Nightingale who tends the stricken birds in parks and streets of London; Mr and Mrs Clapham who cohabit with 32 pigeons in their Tooting semi; Jed Jackson , the blind fancier whose 'Genista' won the pigeon Grand National in 1981; Geoffrey Stevens of Sheffield who trains his white fantails to take wing to the music of Messager in the ballet Les deux pigeons.
There is a man who eats them, another who dyes them and a journalist who panics whenever he sees them (he has never been to Trafalgar Square). Executive producer Roger Mills Producer Andy Stevenson
by CHARLES DICKENS dramatised in ten episodes by JAMES ANDREW HALL withand
6: Little Paul 's death has left Mr Dombey heartbroken. Walter has said goodbye to Florence and set off for the West Indies.
Music composed and conducted by DUDLEY SIMPSON
Producer BARRY LETTS
Director RODNEY BENNETT ir Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
The Hon Mrs Skewton:
Five films with Joe Brown and Agnes Gattegno and featuring Antoine Tudal
1: Singer and entertainer Joe Brown has a go at learning some French. Can it really be fun? With the help of French actress Agnes Gattegno it can't be all hard work, certainly. Booking a hotel room and ordering drinks are the first things Joe has to do on arrival in the Basque region of south-western France.
Film editor LUIS ESPAÑA
Produced by TERRY DOYLE
Written and directed by FRANK ASH
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The most northerly town in England has had its fair share of conflict but not all its history is violent. The Holy Island of Lindisfarne is nearby, where Kate Tristram lives and works. She is one of the residents and visitors Kieron Moore meets. There's Joyce Bell , who keeps the station bookstall and Brian Patton , a visiting entertainer. Christians from both sides of the border join them in Holy Trinity Parish Church to sing their songs of praise.
Raise the ancient banners (St Gertrude); Saviour again to thy dear name (Ellers); 0 Jesus I have promised (Wolvercote); Lord of the dance; Tell out my soul (Woodlands); I bind unto myself today (St Patrick's Breastplate); He who would valiant be (Monks Gate); Praise to the Lord (Praxis Pietatis)
Conductor STUART MCCORMICK Organist STUART HOPE
Director MICHAEL A. SIMPSON Producer NOEL VINCENT
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
40 HELPLINES: page 63
★Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
by JEREMY LLOYD and DAVID CROFT Lost and Found, starring co-starring featuring and
Mrs Slocombe loses her pussy and it appears that only Mr Humphries can take its place.
Executive producer DAVID CROFT
Produced and directed by BOB SPIERS
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
Hamish Maclnnes , cameraman during this afternoon's climb, now undertakes the longest Tyrolean traverse ever attempted. A specially-made rope will be stretched across the 500ft gap from the top of the stack to the headland. Maclnnes plans to cross it in traditional manner, hand over hand. Commentator Eric Robson
The feature film starring
In this hilarious film version of the phenomenally successful television series, habitual prisoner and eternal optimist Norman Fletcher is doing porridge again - detained at Her Majesty's pleasure at Slade Prison. A celebrities-versus-prisoners football match is planned to provide cover for an escape attempt in which Fletcher and his young cellmate become unwillingly involved.
Screenplay by DICK CLEMENT. IAN LA FRENAIS Produced by ALLAN MCKEOWN. IAN LA FRENAIS Directed by DICK CLEMENT. Films: page 12 (Ronnie Barker 's new comedy series, The Magnificent Evans, begins next week)
Fourth in the weekly series of relays from the 90th season of Henry Wood Promenade Concerts. Tonight two works by Handel. 'The king shall rejoice', one of the four anthems written for the coronation of George II in 1727 is, like its companion 'Zadok the priest', a brilliant work for chorus and orchestra.
'Music for the Royal Fireworks' celebrates the Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle which ended the prolonged war of the Austrian succession. The fireworks display in London's Green Park in 1749 cost a staggering £8,000. The English Concert leader SIMON STANDAGE director Trevor Pinnock
Introduced by Richard Baker
Executive producer KENNETH CORDEN Directed by ROY TIPPING
2: Wiv a Little Bit o'Luck
'When I was a child I was sent to school in England, and I'd seen him in the theatre and grew up loving Stanley Holloway. So when we were casting the part of the dustman in My Fair Lady, he was the first person I thought of.' (ALAN JAY LERNER )
Three thousand miles away and after half a century in the theatre Britain's favourite cockney was to become the world's favourite cockney, playing in every major television network in the world. with contributions from Alan Jay Lerner
Julie Andrews , Wilfrid Hyde White Douglas Fairbanks Jr and Stanley Holloway 's wife and sons
Written and produced by BRIDGET WINTER Film editor piers JESSOP
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