Presented by Peter Hill
Editor JOHN DANVERS
Cross Keys v Neath
Yesterday's Second Round tie in the Welsh Knockout Cup brought together sides representing both West Wales and the Valleys. Commentator at Pandy Park NIGEL STARMER-SMITH
Director DEWI GRIFFITHS
Series producer BILL TAYLOR
Has the universe a purpose? Is there an ultimate meaning to the striving of men? Is the human race something more than the most complex development of animal life? Is death the end? These fundamental issues are focused for all of us, religious or not, by the question of the existence of God.
Magnus Magnusson introduces the major reasons for belief and disbelief; matches the theories of the experts - philosophers, scientists, psychologists - to the experiences of ordinary people; and invites you to give your own answers to the questions the programme raises.
Research PATTI STEEPLES, KATE PAYNE Producer BILL NICHOLSON
A digest of the news plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear, with Kenneth Kendall
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
Cape to Cairo
Written and narrated by ROY LEWIS
One hundred years ago, CECIL RHODES dreamed of building a railway across 6,000 miles of Africa. An iron life-line of Empire marking the British claim to dominate the continent from one end to the other.
Now the journey from the Dutch farms of Cape Town to the mosques of Cairo passes the Victoria Falls, the Game Parks of Kenya, over the Karroo Desert and through equatorial Sudan, past the buildings and monuments of a changed Africa.
The dream of Empire faded, but the railway itself has become of vital importance to the new, independent countries of Africa. Although in places diesel is taking over, the great steam locos still dominate many of the lines between Cape Town and Cairo.
Film cameraman IAN stone
Film editor ALAN j. CUMNER-PSICE Producer colin LUKE
Editors MICHAEL ANDREWS, ANTHONY ISAACS
A musical quiz Joseph Cooper as questionmaster invites you to match your musical wits against Valerie Pitts
David Attenborough , Tony Lewis Guest musician Steuart Bedford
Director PETER BUTLER Producer WALTER TODDS
Kyung-Wha Chung East Plays West with Myung-Wha Chung Myung-Whun Chung
The young Korean violinist KYUNG-WHA CHUNG achieved overnight success with her London debut in 1970. But the Chung family can boast six musicians among seven children, and five are seen playing in tonight's film. Three are professionals with independent solo careers - KYUNG the violinist, MYUNG the-cellist, and WHUN, both pianist and conductor. Although they come from the East, the music they play is exclusively Western. This film shows them in rehearsal and performance both in Europe and the USA.
Last summer, Kyung took part in the ' Great Performers ' series in New York, then with her sister played Brahms's Double Concerto With the NATIONAL YOUTH ORCHESTRA OF GREAT BRITAIN, and later, with brother Whun, went to Switzerland and Belgium for concerts at the Lucerne and Flanders Festivals.
Film editor TONY WOOLLARD
Executive producer JOHN DRUMMOND Producer DAVID BUCKTON
The last of four programmes A Bus for all Reasons
Introduced by Rene Cutforth
Seven young men and women run the ISLINGTON BUS COMPANY. They have only one bus - an unusual vehicle, painted blue and equipped with a sandpit, toys and a tank for water play. It is a moblle playgroup.
During the summer holidays children's entertainment is almost a full-time occupation for the Islington Bus Company - their name for a community resources centre. Puppet shows on the bus, outings to Epping Forest and an ambitious project recorded on videotape which is called the ' Rocky Horror Show' and in which scores of children from North London housing estates take part.
RENÉ CUTFORTH says, It's not only a good thing the seven enthusiasts of the Islington Bus Company are young - it's essential. You have to be to stand the wear and tear.'
Producer JENNIFER JEREMY
by Edgar Allan Poe, adapted by Hugh Whitemore
with Norman Eshley as William Wilson and Stephen Murray as Dr Bransby
'I was oppressed by the sensation of having been acquainted with him at some epoch very long ago. ...I realised that I secretly feared him...'
William Wilson (as a schoolboy):
William Wilson (at Eton):
Valentina di Broglio:
From County Monahan, poet Patrick Kavanagh reminds us of an Ireland that many of us may have forgotten still exists. Read by NIALL TOIBIN
Producer PETER CRAWFORD Director DAVID HAMMOND BBC Northern Ireland
A Sense of Justice starring James Cagney with Jean Harlow , Edward Woods Joan Blondell , Mae Clark
Growing up together in the slums of the East Side, Tom Powers and his pal Matt graduate from petty larceny to the big timebootlegging.
Director WILLIAM A. WELLMAN
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