Starring Gordon MacRae, Shirley Jones
'If I loved you', 'Mister Snow', 'June is bustin' out all over', ' You'll never walk alone': some of the songs featured in the famous Rodgers and Hammerstein show.
(This Week's Films: page 9)
This award-winning film depicts a year in the life of a pair of kingfishers on the Hampshire Test. The filming of the birds under water and inside their nest burrow is unique.
(from Bristol: first shown on BBC1)
(Book Â£1.75; see page 58)
Two specialists who run infertility clinics describe what can go wrong and what they can do to help.
Since this programme was first shown Mr and Mrs Paine, who talked about their lack of children, have had a baby boy.
(Next week: My feet are killing me)
From the Elizabethan Barn, Tunbridge Wells.
George Hamilton IV introduces a star line-up of guests: Buffy Sainte-Marie (USA), The Hillsiders (me), Wally Whyton (UK), The Mercey Brothers (Canada), The Numbers (USA), Lee Conway (Australia), John D. Loudermilk (USA).
Bass Brian Brocklehurst.
(A compilation of three programmes first transmitted during the power crisis)
(This Week's Sounds: page 10)
A surprising new account of the planet we inhabit and the programme most requested by viewers who missed part or all of it during the power cuts.
Written by Nigel Calder
Introduced by Magnus Magnusson
Narrated by John Gregson
The last few years have brought a revolution in our understanding of the Earth. For the first time Man can tell why earthquakes and volcanoes occur; how mountains and oceans are made.
The Earth's outer shell is broken in many places like a cracked eggshell. On the backs of the broken pieces called 'plates' the familiar continents and oceans ride as passengers. It is the jostling of these plates that causes earthquakes and makes mountains. All this restlessness has profoundly influenced the evolution of life as continents have merged and broken apart. Research in progress around the world is telling afresh the story of our planet in the light of this new knowledge.
(Nigel Calder's book Restless Earth is a BBC publication at Â£1.90: see page 58)
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For men of rugby it is said that the next best thing to getting capped for your country is being selected as a Barbarian. For a 'Baabaa' the important match to win is the one against Cardiff.
This traditional Easter meeting between these two world-famous clubs has never failed to provide an exhibition of adventurous, hard, yet skilful rugby. For an expected capacity crowd at the National Stadium, Cardiff Arms Park, both teams will be fielding several Internationals and Lions.
A weekly series of concert performances by some of the best entertainers in a wide spectrum of today's musical taste.
This week: The Faces - Kenny Jones, Ronnie Lane, Ian Mclagan, Rod Stewart, Ron Wood - singing Paul McCartney's Maybe I'm Amazed, Phil Everly's When Will I be Loved and Stewart and Wood's Miss Judy's Farm.
(Easter Holiday People: page 5)
A second look at masters of their craft and the things they make.
Not all pottery is made on a wheel. In this film the crafts-man explains his work step by step.
Though he has always been a writer, Nirad Chaudhuri's first book was not published until he was over 50. Since then his highly personal views on both India and Great Britain have won him literary awards and an international reputation. Now in his 70s, Chaudhuri is regarded by his fellow countrymen as something between a prophet and a court jester.
This portrait was filmed in London and Oxford during a recent visit from his home in Delhi.
by Lewis Grassic Gibbon
Dramatised in six parts by Bill Craig
Starring Andrew Keir as John Guthrie, Roddy McMillan as Uncle Tam, James Grant as Ewan Tavendale and Vivien Heilbron as Chris
'You knew you'll never be the same again, but the world went on and you went with it. So you folded up your dreams and laid them away with the dark, quiet corpse that was your childhood.'
Long Rob Duncan:
Munro of Cuddiestoun:
Starring Robert Ryan, Rhonda Fleming, William Lundigan.
A wounded millionaire, abandoned in the scorching Mojave desert by his wife and her lover, is determined to prove that an easy life has not sapped his will to survive.
Robert Ryan gives a virtuoso performance in this tense drama about a man's lonely life-and-death struggle with the elements.
(' Glamour was never a thing I sold '; and This Week's Films': page 9)
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