Today's story ' Kindhearted Jack ' by JEAN WATSON Presenters JULIE STEVENS , JOHN COLCLOUGH
Storyteller PETER GLAZE
So you think you need a computer
Scriptwriter REX MALIK Producer PETER RIDING
with Peter Woods Weather
JAMES ASTOR talks to Edwin Lee
For many years butler to Lady Astor, EDWIN LEE remembers many of the famous people who visited Cliveden, home of the Astors, during the 20s and 30s. Producer TOM CONWAY
The people, the stories, and the action behind the one commodity no one can do without - money. Together with the Money-Minder - a regular feature with up-to-the-minute news of the Stock Market. Presenters BRIAN WIDLAKE
ALAN WATSON , PAUL GRIFFITHS
Produced by ROBERT ROWLAND
of William Shakespeare from Hall's Croft,
Stratford-upon-Avon The first of three programmes
The anniversary of Shakespeare's birth on 23 April, 1564, draws thousands to
Stratford in celebration. Among the places they visit is Hall's Croft, the home of the poet's daughter and her husband, Dr John Hall. Having walked through the house they can stroll into the garden which Shakespeare knew and loved.
Dr Levi Fox , Director of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, discusses with PERCY THROWER Shakespeare's interest in plants and flowers.
Produced by BILL DUNCALFt
the international singing star from Greece in the second of a new series also featuring The Athenians with special guests
Esther Ofarim , Gheorghe Zamfir and the RUMANIANfolk ensemble and the Black Theatre of Prague THE ORCHESTRA leader HENRY DATYNER
Musical director PETER knight Design BRIAN TREGIDDEN
Production YVONNE LITTLEWOODt
(The Black Theatre of Prague are appearing in Danny La Rue 's Show at the Palace Theatre, London)
Loudon Wainwright III
RICHARD Williams looks at some aspect of the LP charts.
Together with a selection of the new releases on record.
Designer COLIN MATTHEWS
Producer GRANVILLE JENKINS
Executive producer MICHAEL APPLETON
Tonight the first film in the BBC's special three-part tribute to the great French actor. starring Fernandel with Jacqueline Bouvier Raymond Pellegrin
' Fernandel's finest performance,' was how the critics described Nais when it was first released in France.
Written and partly directed by Marcel Pagnol and based on the novel Nais Micoulin by Emile Zola , it tells the story of a hunch-back deeply in love with a farmer's daughter who is forced to watch her fall for the charms of the local landowner's son.
Directed by RAYMOND LEBOURSIER (This Week's Films: page 9)