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' Hole in Your Stocking' from A Golden Land by DIANA ROSS
Presenters JULIE STEVENS , NIGEL ANTHONY
PETER woods and the - reporters and correspondents, at home and abroad, of BBC News and Weather
Part 6: Cults, Creeds and Clans
Turning aside from the traditional India of the Hindus, Louis Malle pans his camera on to the India of forgotten tribes and tiny sects. He discovers two versions of Utopia: one, the Ashram at Pondicherry whose disciples claim through yoga to have discovered the secret of the ultimate meaning of life; the other, the natural gentle life of the Todas, a people who live in total sexual freedom, without laws, leaders or class system, at peace with themselves and with their neighbours, and whose only problem is that they are doomed by the advance of civilisation.
Narrated and directed by LOUIS MALLE
Presented by COLIN LUKE
you to A Teenagers' Party 6: Cold Spanish Omelette
Giant French Bread Sandwiches Fruit Salad Nogg, Sangria
Produced by BETTY WHITE
Outside broadcast directed by MARY EVANS
(This week's recipe: page 10)
Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise Written by EDDIE BRABEN with guest stars
Barbara Murray , Dusty Springfield special guest appearances
Michael Redgrave , Flora Robson Felix Aylmer , Robin Day featuring
Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen BRUCE and PETER DAVIS
With ALAN CURTIS
JANET WEBB , PENELOPE BEECHING
Orchestra directed by PETER KNIGHT Sound by MICHAEL MCCARTHY and ADRIAN STOCKS
Costumes by SONIA KERR
Lighting by PETER WESSON Design by DAVID CHANDLER
Produced by JOHN AMMONDS
As the tourist millions pour across the face of Europe at this time of the year in search of the sea, sunshine, adventure and culture, Europa tonight goes to some of the forgotten corners of the Continent to look at something the tourists probably missed.
Something that could be a great tourist attraction, if only more tourists knew about it - the myths, the folklore, the strange customs that still persist in many out of the way places.
See the dancing Dervishes of Yugoslavia, the weird rites to cure all ills in southern Italy, the strange marriage customs in villages buried deep in the beliefs of Rumania.
But how long can these oddities survive unexploited as the motorways probe deeper and deeper into the odd corners of Europe bringing with them the mechanised and, some say, monotonous way of life, from the industrialised countries of Northern Europe? Introduced by DEREK HART
Producer ANTHONY CHIVERS
JOAN BAKEWELL talks to Sir William Walton , om whose Belshazzar's Feast was performed at this evening's Promenade Concert