Lumbered ... with Backache!
An amusing, interesting programme
Editor BRUCE NORMAN
Producer JOHN M. MANSFIELD
Australia v England from Perth,
Western Australia Third day
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of today's play.
Presented in association with the Australian Broadcasting Commission Producers DAVID KENNING , DENIS KELLY
A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of interest seen by news cameras around the world. The interesting, the picturesque, the important and the dramatic plus a visual com mentary for those who cannot hear. with Richard Whitmore
Editor BILL NORTHWOOO
The story of Jesus in pictures
12: To see visions and dream dreams Storyteller
Designers Paul BIRKBECK and GRAHAM MCCAl.LUM Music RAYMOND PREMRU
Adapted for television and produced by MOLLY COX
'The common people heard Him gladly'
George Target - Irish-born writer, broadcaster and pacifist - believes that the ecclesiastical authorities have entombed Christ in the costly and decaying churches for too long.
He feels that it is now up to the individual Christian to take the spirit of Christ back to ordinary people in their daily lives.
Film editor MICHAEL FOALE Producer sue BOYD
Narrator Bill Travers
We all know there are otters in Britain. And we may have read Tarka the Otter or enjoyed the tame ones at the zoo and in Ring of Bright Water - but only a few of the most patient of animal watchers have ever seen a wild otter on its own river.
In reality, European otters are graceful, playful and beautifully adapted to an amphibious life. They're also solitary, very elusive and mostly nocturnal, which is why so few of us see them.
Also their numbers are threatened -the population is declining in Britain and the European otter is practically extinct in France, Holland and West Germany.
Philip Wayre is the exception as he .lives his life surrounded by otters of all sorts. And now he has even persuaded our British otters to breed in captivity. As a result of his work and that of a small group of dedicated naturalists, we can at last begin to uncover - and now even film - some of the secrets of the otter's life, hunting above and below the water and rearing its cubs in an underground holt.
Film editor BETTY BLOCK
Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS (Bristol)
A new series, filmed on location, in which Dana sings her way round the country.
Special guest Terry Scott Musical director
Cameramen KEN WILLICOMBE , PETER CHAPMAN Producer PETER WHITMORE
with the English Chamber Orchestra
The third in a series of four weekly programmes with the ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, each including a Mozart Concerto.
Tonight, Daniel Barenboim plays and conducts
Mozart Piano Concerto No 27, in B flat major (K 595)
Schubert Symphony No 3, in D
Lighting cameraman DAVID FINDLAY Sound BOB AUGER. ALAN DYKES Film editor PETER HEELAS
Director CHRISTOPHER NUPEN Produced by ALLEGRO FILMS
; Schubert Symphony No 2)
The story of George Sand by HARRY W. JUNKIN in seven parts starring Rosemary Harris also starring
Graham Faulkner James Cossins and George Chakiris as Chopin 7: Resolution
In a France torn with political unrest, George Sand is notorious both for her private behaviour and her political beliefs ...
Incidental music composed by ANTONY ISAAC
Designer DON HOMFRAY
Producer PIETER ROGERS Director WARIS HUSSEIN
Aurore - George Sand:
Even in winter 'the company' are still presenting their curious musical entertainments - long into the night and far out to sea Entertainments ignored by the seagulls and scarcely audible above the waves and the wind. Woe betide the stray visitor who ventures inside the theatre and witnesses the show.
Tonight, in the fifth of six programmes: John Wells, John Fortune, Carl Davis and Madeline Smith present the musical comedy Fanny by Starlight.
People make Television
Tonight from Glasgow and London Gingerbread
A self-help association of one-parent families talk about their problems, their hopes for the future, and ... Gingerbread.
Open Door is produced by the public. Skilled advice is available from the BBC's Community Programme Unit. Father alone: page 3
Frank Windsor reads Innocent's Song by CHARLES CAUSLEY