Story: The Lighthouse Keeper by MOYNA MCWILLIAM Presenters
SARAH LONG , JON GLOVER
Pianist bill LE SAGE
Designer ingrid carter- johnsom
Scriptwriter/director PETER Wiltshire Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA felgati
BBC outside broadcast cameras cover four races on the fourth day of the meeting, featuring the Extel Stakes.
2.35 Dandizette Handicap (11 m)
3.10 The Extel Stakes (Handicap) (11 m). A wide-open race for the season's most valuable handicap restricted to three-year-olds.
3.40 The Goodwood Claiming Stakes (6 f)
4.10 The Albert Handicap (7 f)
Commentators PETER o'sullevan
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
TV presentation DENNIS MONGER
with Percy Thrower in his own garden, The Magnolias, Shropshire
Now is the time to begin propagating many shrubs such as forsythia, escallonia and deutzia. Pelargonium cuttings should be potted on. PERCY THROWER attends to these and other work in the greenhouse.
Producer BARRIE EDGAR (Birmingham)
Percy Thrower 's Guide to Gardeners'-World, 50p, from bookshops
John Grierson, who died in February 1972, was without doubt the most influential figure in the history of the factual film. He gave - 'documentary' its name and established it in Britain, Canada and elsewhere as a significant force - 'a mirror for the present and a hammer for the future.'
Grierson stimulated a generation of film-makers whose creative heyday came in the 30s. Tonight's film looks at a story that began with one man, a film that he made, and its showing on a winter's afternoon by the London Film Society.
Narrator Iain Cuthbertson
The Camera of Phil Meheux and the Songs of David Campbell One Child Gone to the North
DAVID CAMPBELL, West Indian poet and singer, charts the emigration of his people from their tropical islands to the cities of the Mother Country -why they came and what they have experienced here. His songs portray the West Indian community in Moss Side, Manchester, on the inside looking out.
Musical arranger Russ HENDERSON
Musicians THE russ HENDERSON ban* Producer JOHN bird
Director CLEM vallamce %
The first of three films by India's most famous director, SATYA.IIT RAY starring
Soumitra Chatterji Kali Bannerji
Ray's homage to Rabindranath Tagore on the 100th anniversary of his birth uses three of his short stories to illustrate the new educated classes' failure to understand their country's cultural heritage. Monihara, Ray's only ghost story, has never been seen in Britain before. Tonight it will be restored to its proper position in the film for the first time.
1: The Postmaster
Producer and director satvajit RAY
Nandalal, the Postmaster: