Programme Index

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Make Yourself at Home
For viewers from Pakistan and India.
Including
Look, Listen, and Speak
From the Midlands
(Repeated on Wednesday at 12.25 p.m.)
'Look, Listen, and Speak' Book 2 printed in Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali and English, with vocabularies and revision lessons, can be obtained from booksellers, Asian grocery shops, or from BBC Publications [address removed] price 4s. 6d. (by post 5s. 2d.; crossed postal order)
(Crystal Palace, Sutton Coldfield, Peterborough, Tacolneston, Cambridge, All North Transmitters (Except Sandale and Douglas), Kirk O'Shotts, Divis, Londonderry, Wenvoe West, Rowridge)

(to 9.25)

Contributors

Teacher (Look, Listen, and Speak):
Robert Chapman

A series for parents, teachers, and students about Primary School children.

The young teacher sometimes finds it difficult to effect a change from conventional teaching methods to a classroom where the child is actively engaged in making his own discoveries. A three-stage plan is suggested by which the new teaching may be gradually introduced.
From the West
(First shown on BBC-2)

Contributors

Consultant:
Diana Hutchcroft
Commentator:
Molly Brearley
Producer:
Eileen Molony

Written by Helena Valenti.
Let's Look at Spanish
Twenty lessons for beginners.

You can't get lost... but other things can.

With Jacinta Castillejo, Mari Carmen Nevada, Julio Pena and Carlos Riera
(Repeated on Thursday at 11.12 p.m.)
(to 10.30)

Contributors

Writer:
Helena Valenti
Course devised by:
Brian Dutton
Course devised by:
Angel Garcia de Paredes
Adviser:
Joseph Cremona
Designer:
Graham Oakley
Director:
John Prescott Thomas
Producer:
Colin Nears
[Actress]:
Jacinta Castillejo
[Actress]:
Mari Carmen Nevado
[Actor]:
Julio Pena
[Actor]:
Carlos Riera

Become more confident in speech
A series about spoken English and communication.
Written and presented by Andrew Wilkinson, Birmingham University.
The actors: Jack Holloway, George Woolley, Jane Sandbrook, Ian Dyson, Linda Polan
From the Midlands
(Repeated next Saturday at 10.0 a.m.)

Contributors

Writer/Presenter:
Andrew Wilkinson
Studio Director:
Philip Franklin
Producer:
Edmund Marshall
[Actor]:
Jack Holloway
[Actor]:
George Woolley
[Actor]:
Jane Sandbrook
[Actor]:
Ian Dyson
[Actor]:
Linda Polan

Methods of control in small and medium firms.

Intuition or detailed statistical forecasts are both highly vulnerable to the unexpected, whether it be an Indian Summer, a whim of the Chancellor, or new competition. If this limitation cannot be overcome, what use is a forecast to management?
Introduced by E. Hudson Davies, M.P.
(Repeated next Saturday at 10.30 a.m.)
(to 13.00)

Contributors

Presenter:
E. Hudson Davies
Producer:
Paul Ellis

Introduced by David Richardson.

How do they view the changes that are taking place in the expanding cereal market?
Frank Taylor reports on some of the facets of this highly competitive business.
From the Midlands

Followed by the Weather Situation for farmers and growers

Contributors

Presenter:
David Richardson
Reporter:
Frank Taylor
Director:
Archie MacPhee
Producer:
John Kenyon

Play started at 2 p.m. at Old Trafford - the first County match to be televised on a Sunday.

1.50-2.15 Farming Club for East Anglia
Billy Chapman, cattle farmer
(Peterborough, Manningtree, Cambridge)

Contributors

Commentator:
Peter West
Commentator:
Richie Benaud
Commentator:
Denis Compton
Television Presentation:
Nick Hunter
Subject (Farming Club):
Billy Chapman

by Gil North.
Starring Leslie Sands
with Michael Bates, John Rolfe, John McKelvey, Olive Milbourne
Guest stars, Leonard Rossiter, Jack Smethurst

Contributors

Writer:
Gil North
Designer:
Evan Hercules
Produced and directed by:
Terence Dudley
Fred Robson:
Eric Longworth
Sergeant Cluff:
Leslie Sands
Det.-Con. Barker:
John Rolfe
Sammy Shaw:
Jack Smethurst
Wilkie:
Leonard Rossiter
Inspector Mole:
Michael Bates
P.C. Bullock:
John McKelvey
Annie Croft:
Olive Milbourne
Polly Stirk:
Kate Coleridge
Benjamin Stirk:
Charles Carson
Harriet Cobb:
Jane Fergus
April Cobb:
Diana Scougall

by Robert Louis Stevenson.
Dramatised in six parts by Rex Tucker.

The two cousins come face to face and St. Ives is surrounded.

Contributors

Author:
Robert Louis Stevenson
Dramatised by:
Rex Tucker
Dances arranged by:
Andree Howard
Designer:
Susan Spence
Producer:
Campbell Logan
Director:
Christopher Barry
St. Ives:
David Summer
Rowley:
Kenneth Nash
Major Chevenix:
Colin Jeavons
Ronald:
Cavan Kendall
Dalmahoy:
James Cosmo
Flora:
Gay Hamilton
Miss Gilchrist:
Jean Anderson
Flunkey:
Philip Howard
Alain:
Mark Eden
Bow Street Runner:
Christopher Wray
Bow Street Runner:
Jim Tyson
Bow Street Runner:
Tony Lammar
Bow Street Runner:
Stanley Stewart
Byfield:
Michael Deacon

Cricket: Lancashire v. Worcestershire
A further visit to Old Trafford.and

Motor Racing: The Monaco Grand Prix
Raymond Baxter describes the closing stages of the second of this year's World Championship races.
Presented by the Monte Carlo and French Television Services

Contributors

Commentator (Motor Racing):
Raymond Baxter

Next Sunday sees the opening of the new Roman Catholic cathedral in Liverpool. Less than a mile along Hope Street is the still uncompleted Anglican cathedral.
Bishop Augustine Harris and Dean Edward Patey talk to Derek Hart about the role of these two great buildings.

Repeated tonight at 11.27

Contributors

Interviewee:
Bishop Augustine Harris
Interviewee:
Dean Edward Patey
Interviewer:
Derek Hart
Designer:
Paul Trerise
Producer:
Raymond Short

A modern folk song competition.
Fifth in a series of six programmes containing songs selected by the judges from nearly 3,000 entries.
Subject of today's group: Man and his Faith
Introduced by Roy Guest
and sung by Nadia Cattouse, Robin Hall and Jimmie Macgregor.
From the BBC's television studios in Manchester

Viewers are invited to select the song they enjoy most and judge to be the most true comment on life as we live it today. The name of the song chosen should be sent on a postcard to 'Songs of Grief and Glory', [address removed] to arrive by Wednesday. May 10

Contributors

Presenter:
Roy Guest
Singer:
Nadia Cattouse
Singer:
Robin Hall
Singer/Guitarist:
Jimmie MacGregor
Designer:
Paul Montague
Director:
Tony Palmer
Producer:
Raymond Short

from Salisbury Cathedral.
Singing led by the Salisbury Musical Society and the Cathedral Choir.
Hymns introduced by The Rev. Cyril Taylor.

Hymns:
Hail the day that sees him rise (Tune, Llanfair)
Christ, our joy (Tune, Gonfalon Royal)
Coelos ascendit hodie (Stanford)
Come let us join our cheerful songs (Tune, Nativity)
God is ascended up (Ascension card)
All praise to thee (Tune, Engelberg)
The Lord of the dance (Sydney Carter)
Let all the world in every corner sing (Tune, Luckington)
All hail the power of Jesu's name (Tune, Ladywell)

Contributors

Musicians:
The Salisbury Musical Society
Singers:
The Salisbury Cathedral Choir
Conductor:
Christopher Dearnley
Organist:
Michael Smith
Presenter:
The Rev. Cyril Taylor
Producer:
Kenneth Savidge

The film this Sunday stars Anthony Quayle, Sarah Churchill
with Andrew Ray, Cliff Richard

Contributors

Screenplay:
Guy Elmes
Screenplay:
Mickey Delamar
Based on the novel by:
Philip King
Director:
Terence Young
Producer:
Mickey Delamar
Howard Phillips:
Anthony Quayle
Hester Peters:
Sarah Churchill
Larry Thompson:
Andrew Ray
Curley Thompson:
Cliff Richard
Mrs. Phillips:
Irene Browne
Michelle:
Liliane Brousse
Probation Officer:
Judith Furse
Mr. Thompson:
Percy Herbert
Mr. Peters:
Noel Howlett
Mary Williams:
Leigh Madison
Verger:
Wilfrid Brambell

by N.J. Crisp.
Created by A.J. Cronin.
Starring Andrew Cruickshank, Barbara Mullen, Bill Simpson
Guest star, Alan MacNaughtan

Contributors

Writer:
N.J. Crisp
Created by:
A.J. Cronin
The series produced by arrangement with:
Graham Stewart
Designer:
Gwen Evans
Producer:
Douglas Allen
Director:
Joan Craft
Jamie Parker:
Alan MacNaughtan
Mrs. Parker:
Helena Gloag
Dr. Finlay:
Bill Simpson
Janet:
Barbara Mullen
Dr. Cameron:
Andrew Cruickshank
Mary Parker:
Susan Dowdall
Patient:
George Selway
Sgt. Gilbey:
Neil Wilson

Film biographies of Michelangelo, Rembrandt, and Van Gogh.

A study of the artist's life and work by Max-Pol Fouchet.
Translation by Jacques Brunius.
Commentary spoken by Tony Church, Leo McKern.

See page 13

Contributors

Writer:
Max-Pol Fouchet
Translation:
Jacques Brunius
Narrator:
Tony Church
Narrator:
Leo McKern
Director:
Gerard Pignol
Executive Producer:
Stephen Hearst
English version by:
Ann Turner

BBC One London

About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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