7.40 Grasses and Agriculture
8.5 Victorian Cast Iron
8.30 Foundation Maths - Equations
8.55 Shrine of St Peter
9.20 The Arab/Israeli Dispute
9.45 The Slave Trade
10.10 Maths - Splitting Fields
10.35 Maths - Systems I
11.0 Igneous Rocks and Metal Ores
11.50 River Measurement
12.15 Guerilla Warfare in Algeria
starring Rod Taylor
Ernest Borgninc , John Mills with Luciana Paluzzi , James Whitmore Angela Dorian , Louis Hayward
Chuka comes upon a band of starv. ing Arapaho Indians and earns their gratitude by providing them with food. Later he helps a stranded stage-coach to reach an isolated cavalry fort and finds morale and discipline dangerously low and the English co unwilling to help the desperate Indians.
Producers ROD TAYLOR , JACK JASON Director GORDON DOUGLAS Films: page 10
Col Stuart Valois:
starring Brian Cant with Toni Arthur
Miranda Connell , Jonathan Cohen Alan Rushton , Dave Arthur
Brian and company play away with music, songs, puzzles and comedy.
Director CAROLE WARD
Producer ANN REAY
A comedy film series starring Jack Albertson as Ed and Freddie Prinze as Chico with Scatman Crothers , Isaac Rutz The Letter
Ed's reaction to the news that Chico is going to live in New York is shattering to say the least.
The Second Gold Rush
A report from Alaska on America's new energy bonanza.
Heriots v Edinburgh Wanderers
Introduced by NIGEL STARMER-SMITH Two Edinburgh-based 1st Division clubs meet in the start of the Scottish Divisional Championship. Commentator BILL MCLAREN
Series producer BILL TAYLOR
The third in a series of six
Strange, shy, childlike, demonic, a soul aflame, a magic creature ... some of the descriptions that have been given to Elisabeth Bergner.
Born in Vienna, she was already acclaimed as a great actress on the Continent in the 20s. She took English audiences by storm in 1933 in the stage production of Escape Me Never and then by a magical performance in James Barrie 's last, ill-fated play The Boy David. Ever since then, her appearances on stage, film and television have been very special occasions for vast numbers of people who respond to her unique talents. She talks to PATRICK GARLAND about highlights in her career and some great influences in her life.
Cameraman STANLEY SPEEL Editor DAVID GLADWELL Director ANNE JAMES
Trevor Philpott reports on The Making of a Policeman: Life at the Top
The days when a chief constable was just a figurehead are over. Now he may control 5,000 men and the spending of £20,000,000 a year. He may have to deal with violent demonstrations, industrial strife, hijackings and bombings - situations loaded with social and political dynamite. When the chips are down it is not usually a general or a minister but a policeman who is in charge.
All our senior policemen began on the beat. How are they prepared for such responsibilities? And what is life like at the top?
Film cameraman PETER HALL Film editor LES NEWMAN
Assistant producer MICHAEL MABER
Written and produced by TREVOR PHILPOTT
God Bless Thee Jacky Maddison by TOM HADAWAY
A miner loves a fisherwoman. Will the traditional hostility between their two villages keep them apart?
Producer ANNE HEAD
Director JACK COLD Preview: page 15
Some of the best new films made by young film-makers.
War, a tense action film set in the American Civil War, made at the National Film School. The stunning black and white photography makes Berkshire look like Virginia; and amateur actors and American Civil War enthusiasts meticulously re-create the life and atmosphere of the 1860s. Introduced by Gavin Millar film critic of The Listener
Music by DAVID LEWIS
Photography by BRIAN HUBERMAN Written, directed and edited by DAVID GRIFFITHS and JOHN SHARRAD
Producer MICHAEL DIBB
People Make Television:
More Than a Place to Live
The Society for Co-operative Dwellings assists the development of locally owned and managed housing co-operatives. It was responsible for the first such scheme in Britain. This programme explains the principles of housing co-operatives and discusses their part in solving our accommodation crisis.
Made by scd in co-operation with the BBC Community Programme Unit.
with Rex Harrison , Lilli Palmer
Arthur Groome is having an affair with Rose Mallory. When she is murdered, he is arrested. He protests his innocence but the circumstantial evidence is very strong.
Directors ANTHONY BUSHELL , REGINALD BECK . Films: page 10
Sir Charles Morton: