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For viewers from Pakistan and India.
Sawal Aur Jawab - Can I help you?
From the Midlands
Repeated on Wednesday at 12.25 p.m.

Questions by post, in English or your own language, for answering in the programme should be sent to Make Yourself at Home or Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye, [address removed]

(Crystal Palace, Sutton Coldfield, Peterborough, Tacolneston, Holme Moss, Pontop Pike, Winter Hill, Kirk O'Shotts, Divis, Londonderry, Wenvoe West, Rowridge)
(to 9.20)


Paul Morby
Programme Editor:
David Gretton

from Holy Trinity Church, Guildford.

(to 11.30)


The Rev. David Bentley
The Rev. Colin Semper
The Rector, The Rev. Michael Hocking
Robert Kalton
Directed for television by:
Ray Colley

Warm, pleasant jobs after a good Sunday lunch-with Percy Thrower, John Warren and Gwilym Edwards, Llanelly, South Wales.
The gardener with a greenhouse or a conservatory can work with his plants even in mid-winter.
The second of three programmes at this time concerned with the pleasures (and the costs) of house and conservatory plants, and the value of an all-the-year-round greenhouse.
From the Midlands


Percy Thrower
John Warren
Gwilym Edwards
Paul Morby

Introduced by John Cherrington.

Barley at over 1,000 feet
David Richardson visits a farm in Derbyshire where the traditional dairying system has been replaced by barley and sheep.
The Oxford Farming Conference

From the Midlands
followed by the Weather Situation for farmers and growers
(to 14.15)


John Cherrington
Reporter (Barley at over 1,000 feet):
David Richardson
Keith Reading
John Kenyon

A journey on pony-back with Peter Scott and Rhona of Alltnacriche, climbing from the banks of the Spey to the summit of Cairngorm.
Wildlife sequences filmed by Christopher Mylne for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds

2.30-3.0 A Man With a View
Robert Robinson on Cambridge
(Rowridge, Brighton, Oxford, Peterborough, Manningtree)


Peter Scott
Filmed by:
Christopher Mylne
Jeffery Boswall
Presenter (A Man With a View):
Robert Robinson

Starring Marlene Dietrich
with John Lodge, Sam Jaffe, Louise Dresser, C. Aubrey Smith
From the diaries of Catherine the Great
Adapted by Manuel Komroff.

Josef von Sternberg's classic spectacle of the life and times of Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia.


Josef von Sternberg
Manuel Komroff
Music score based on:
null Tchaikovsky
Music score based on:
null Mendelssohn
Music score arranged by:
John M. Leipold
Music score arranged by:
W. Franke Harling
Catherine the Great:
Marlene Dietrich
Count Alexey Razumovsky:
John Lodge
Grand Duke Peter:
Sam Jaffe
Empress Elizabeth:
Louise Dresser
Prince August:
C. Aubrey Smith

Keith Fordyce introduces established stars of the ring and young stars making their first appearance.

Traditional clowns throwing traditional slosh
Maxo, Toto, and Co.

Slide for Life
Jeanne Bremer, film and circus trapeze star attempts a 70-ft. head slide.

Boy and Beast
3-stone of boy and 3-ton of elephant 5-year-old Gary Jahn alone in the ring with Burmathe gentle giant.

Pyramids and Flipflaps
The acrobatic Robertis

Parade of Pets
Yasmin and Gary Smart present an African bull a high-jumping guanaco and their dancing horses.

Fifteen at Forty Feet
She leaves school by day to fly by night
Christine the aerial schoolgirl

Pigeon Party
A score of pigeons do party tricks for Kevin Roeber.

The Vanishing Clown
A box full of surprises from Les Steckels.

Wonder Horse
Goldie 'talks' with Cowgirl Joan Rosaire.

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Keith Fordyce
Maxo, Toto, and Co.
Trapeze artist (Slide for Life):
Jeanne Bremer
Elephant trainer (Boy and Beast):
Gary Jahn
Acrobatics (Pyramids and Flipflaps):
null Robertis
Presenter (Parade of Pets):
Yasmin Smart
Presenter (Parade of Pets)/Junior Ringmaster:
Gary Smart
Aerialist (Fifteen at Forty Feet):
Christine [Smart]
Entertainer (Pigeon Party):
Kevin Roeber
Clown (The Vanishing Clown):
Les Steckels
Animal act (Wonder Horse):
null Goldie
Cowgirl (Wonder Horse):
Joan Rosaire
Alfred Delbosq
Musical director:
Ken Griffin
Derek Burrell-Davis

Sooty assisted by Sweep, Harry Corbett.
The final programme in the present series.
From the North
(Harry Corbett is appearing in "Sooty's Christmas Show" at the New Lyric Theatre. Hammersmith)


Harry Corbett
Trevor Hill

Three Men who died last year, spoke to the deepest needs of the people of our time

Martin Buber, Albert Schweitzer, Paul Tillich
Extracts from programmes in which they appeared introduced by David Edwards.
Commentary spoken by John Glen.
Repeated tonight at 10.50


Interviewee (Archive):
Martin Buber
Interviewee (Archive):
Albert Schweitzer
Interviewee (Archive):
Paul Tillich
David Edwards
John Glen
Presented by:
Oliver Hunkin

from The Chapel of La Sainte Union College of Education, Southampton.
Singing led by combined Roman Catholic choirs of the city
Conducted by John Rowntree
Hymns introduced by Fr. Agnellus Andrew, O.F.M.

Hymns taken from The Westminster Hymnal:
Now thank we all our God (Tune, Nun Danket)
Bethlehem of noblest cities (Tune, Stuttgart)
As with gladness (Tune, Dix)
All ye who seek a comfort sure (Tune, St. Bernard)
Lovini; Shepherd of thy sheep (Tune, Buckland)
When the Patriarch (Tune, Coblenz)
Maiden yet a mother (Tune, Une Vaine Crainte)
Heavenly Sion (Tune, Regent Square)


John Rowntree
Keith C. Clarke
Jean Allister
Fr. Agnellus Andrew
Kenneth Savidge

The film this Sunday stars Jane Wyman, Charlton Heston
with Claire Trevor, Thelma Ritter
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Robert Parrish
Lucy Gallant:
Jane Wyman
Casey Cole:
Charlton Heston
Lady MacBeth:
Claire Trevor
Molly Basserman:
Thelma Ritter
Charley Maddern:
William Demarest
Gus Basserman:
Wallace Ford
Jim Wardman:
Tom Helmore
Irma Wilson:
Mary Field
Joe Fluellen

Created by A.J. Cronin.
Starring Andrew Cruickshank, Barbara Mullen, Bill Simpson
Guest star, Fulton Mackay
(Andrew Cruickshank is appearing in "Alibi for a Judge" at the Savoy Theatre, London)


Created by:
A. J. Cronin
Allan Prior
The series produced by arrangement with:
Graham Stewart
Allan Anson
Gerard Glaister
Paul Ciappessoni
Dr. Finlay:
Bill Simpson
Dr. Masters:
Clement McCallin
The Nurse:
Denise Coffey
Willie Kemp:
Andrew Robertson
Fulton MacKay
Dr. Cameron:
Andrew Cruickshank
Mr. Oddy:
Douglas Murchie
Barbara Mullen
The Trawlerman:
Alex Allan
Duncan Kemp:
Ian Dewar
Annie Kemp:
Fiona Duncan
Skipper Strachan:
Colin Douglas

The weekly feature series on artists and the arts.

A highly personal look at the leading French film composer Georges Delerue.
I like writing pure music but all the same I have a great passion for the cinema... I am more useful than if I was only a writer of symphonies... I live with cinema people... It is a living art
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Ken Russell
Georges Delerue

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