Story: 3 x 3 Three by Three written by JAMES KR ÜSS illustrated by EVA JOHANNA RUBIN PresentersHEATHER EMMANUEL , FRED HARRIS
Pianist HARRY HAYWARD
Designer INGRID CARTER-JOHNSON
Scriptwriter/director ALBERT BARBER Producer ANNE COBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
direct from the International Arena of the All England Jumping Course,
Introduced by DAVID VINE
Commentators DORIAN WILLIAMS
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD , ANN MOORE
Television presentation ALAN MOUNCER and FRED VINER
with Percy Thrower pays a second visit to the Zoological Gardens, Chester
Over 12,000 begonias, 5,500 geraniums and 13,000 antirrhinums are but part of the summer bedding scheme which PERCY THROWER looks at this evening.
Producer BARRIE EDGAR (Birmingham)
Percy Thrower 's Guide to Gardener*' World, 50p, from bookshops
David Lean: a self portrait
A personal profile in which the famous British film director talks about his own work, with sequences made during the shooting of his films.
He shows extracts from
Bridge on the River Kwai Lawrence of Arabia
Dr Zhivago and Ryan's Daughter
The film also includes contributions from some of his colleagues, among them ROBERT BOLT, ANTHONY HAVELOCK-ALLAN , SAM SPIEGEL and FREDDIE YOUNG.
Producer THOMAS CRAVEN
The Camera of Nigel Walters and the Songs of Max Boyce My Green Valley
' In our little valley they've closed our colliery down
And the pithead baths is a supermarket now,
Empty journeys red with rust roll to rest amidst the dust,
And the pithead baths is a supermarket now.'
One wet day Harry Morgan buried his granny once again, another victim of rugby fever, as the whole valley emptied to see Neath and Aberavon combine to take on the mighty All Blacks. MAX BOYCE , ex-miner, rugby fanatic, sings of his South Wales valley.
Musical arranger BILL SOUTHGATE
Musicians THE WILLIAM SOUTHGATE QUINTET Assistant producer CLEM VALLANCE Producer JOHN BIRD 1
(Aranyer Din Ratri)
The last of three films by India's most famous director, SATYAJIT RAY starring Soumitra Chatterji Subhendu Chatterji
Samit Bhanja , Robi Ghose Sharmila Tagore
Ray's simple, humorous yet ironic tale of four friends and the girls they meet on holiday is in fact a carefully constructed study of the differences between the town dweller and the people of the country.
Visually graceful and verbally elegant, Days and Nights in the Forest is probably Ray's most entertaining film.
Written and directed by SATYAJIT RAY This Week's Films : page 13
Presented by Peter Dorling Weather