with Richard Stilgoe ,
Gillian Reynolds , Dr Mike Smith who push back the furniture for a home keep-fit class, find out how exercise and sport are helping the unemployed of Consett, and get themselves properly equipped for a walk in the country.
Petula Clark reveals the secret of her show-stopping energy.
Studio director ROY CHAPMAN
Producer KEITH SHEATHER. BBC Bristol
Germany Under the British A series of five programmes
Written by PATRICK O'DONOVAN Narrated by Leo McKem
2: A Strange Enemy Country
The British settle down in a country and among a people about which they know almost nothing. Official attitudes are hostile. British and Germans will not mix. For the first months after the war it is forbidden to speak to any German.
Film editor GEOFFREY BOTTERILL
Producer PATRICIA MEEHAN
A series of five programmes Narrated by TOM SALMON 3: Shamrock V
The best remaining example of the ' J ' class yachts and one of the loveliest sailing ships ever built, Shamrock is the largest singlemasted vessel in the world. Restored by an Italian millionaire she is once again a ' greyhound of the sea'.
Producer robin DRAKE
Director DAVID MITCHELL BBC Bristol
A series of classic murder mysteries, starring Warner Oland with Keye Luke, Joan Marsh
When a nightclub singer who has listed the secrets of the underworld in her diary is murdered and the diary stolen, our aphoristic Chinese detective swings into characteristically suave action.
Screenplay by CHARLES BELDEN and JERRY CADY , Produced by JOHN STONE Directedbyeugeneforde
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Peter Powell is at the controls of tv's electronic magazine with live music from Tears for Fears, and featuring the début appearance of Bristol band The Escape. Honor Wilson takes a short, sharp look at the issues, stories and rip-offs of the week, and the first edition of the ORS Review File looks at plays, films and books.
Director JULIET MAY
Producer PETER HAMILTON
Letters to ORS. PO Box 27. Manchester M60 ISJ Feedback in ORS PS, Thursday, Radio I
Australia v England from Brisbane
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the first day's play.
with subtitles, followed by Weather
The weekly TV review presented by Ludovic Kennedy, who discusses The Discovery of Animal Behaviour (BBC2), the new comedy series The Young Ones (BBC2) and this week's football on television. Among those taking part are: Desmond Morris, Julie Walters and Lawrie McMenemy Director
STEPHEN GARRETT Producer JOHN ARCHER
A calendar of French life in 12 film portraits
The Spa Doctor
The month: June The man:
The place: Vichy
In a country of rich food and liver complaints, spas are big business. Dr Jean-Louis Bourdier specialises in the cure of Vichy water. During the summer season patients flock to his surgery in search of the mud, massage and water treatments of this elegant spa.
Dr Bourdier is a busy man, but still finds time for his family, his golf and his Jaguar. As a town councillor, he attends the annual ceremony honouring de Gaulle's fight for a free France - significant for those who recall the wartime ' Vichy regime '.
Film cameraman IAN STONE
Sound recordist SIMON WILSON Film editor CHARLES DAVIES
Series editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF Producer JUDI CONNER
A series of five shows starring female vocalists.
This week features.
In her first solo television show, this young and versatile performer demonstrates her talents as a singer and entertainer.
Precious is joined by guests Alvin Stardust and musical wit Nell Innes
Costume desiener LYNDA WOODFIELD
Sound supervisors LEN SHOREY ,
Lighting JOHN MASON Designer
ANDY DIMOND Production
by jimmy PERRY and DAVID CROFT starring Arthur Lowe John Le Mesurier and Clive Dunn , featuring
Man Hunt in which our heroes enlist a recruit with four feet himself and Bran
THE VOICE OF BUD FLANAGAN
Signature tune by JIMMY PERRY and DEREK TAVERNER played by THE BAND OF THE COLDSTREAM GUARDS conducted by their Director of Music
CAPTTREVOR L. SHARPE , MBE, LRAM, ARCM, pSm DesignerRAY LONDON Producer DAVID CROFT
A season of plays by ALAN BENNETT ' Grown men gadding off on bikes,' says Mrs Shorter. And on this Sunday in spring of 1911 the members of a cycling club escape from their womenfolk for a run in the country. Mr Shuttleworth has a puncture, Ernest has a paddle and Edgar a little fling. Then they go home. Why should things ever change?
Music by DAVID FANSHAWE conducted by OWAlN ARWEL IIUGIIES Producer INNES LLOYD
Director STEPHEN FREARS
JOHN TUSA , PETER SNOW and DONALD MACCORMICK , with JOAN BAKEWELL and LINDA ALEXANDER , present television's fullest and most authoritative daily news magazine.
With CHARLES WHEELER on foreign affairs, PETER HOBDAY on business, TONY LEWIS on sport, and reporters in Britain and around the world.
The first of two films
Adapted in two parts from the novel by HENRI DE MONTHERLANT Part 1, starring Jean Piat
Pierre Costals is a successful author and womaniser living in Paris in the 1930s. He can afford to believe in free love. But his carefree existence is plagued by Andree Hacquebaut, an admiring country schoolteacher, and Solange Dandillot, a pretty young thing seeking marriage and security.
Screenplay by LOUIS PAUWELS
Produced for TFl by LAZARE IGLESIAS
A French television film with English subtitles.