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A beginners' course in German

Introduced by Leslie Banks
with Dorothea Neukirchen, Werner Umberg, Paul Hansard, Suzanne Roquette Sorensen, Milo Sperber

Contributors

Presenter:
Leslie Banks
Language teaching adviser:
Antony Peck
Drama script:
Milo Sperber
Producer:
David Hargreaves
[Actress]:
Dorothea Neukirchen
[Actor]:
Werner Umberg
[Actor]:
Paul Hansard
[Actress]:
Suzanne Roquette Sorensen
[Actor]:
Milo Sperber

The engineering Programme

Arthur Garratt and David Shute investigate the work of the Numerical Control Advisory and Demonstration Service based at PERA.

Contributors

Presenter:
Arthur Garratt
Presenter:
David Shute
Director:
David Nelson
Producer:
Peter Riding

What role has industry in society? Is industry responsible to anyone other than shareholders?
Professor Gordon Wills talks with Sir Reay Geddes, Chairman of Dunlop Ltd; The Rt Hon Aubrey Jones, Chairman of the PIB and Graham Turner

Contributors

Presenter:
Professor Gordon Wills
Panellist:
Sir Reay Geddes
Panellist:
The Rt Hon Aubrey Jones
Panellist:
Graham Turner
Producer:
Paul Ellis

Introduced by Henry Fell
'Scale of Operation in the 70s' was among the subjects presented at the Oxford Farming Conference this week.
Frank Taylor talks to the speakers who compare the farming of 70 acres and 20,000 acres.
(from BBC Midlands)

Weather for farmers
(Colour)

1.50 Interval

Contributors

Presenter:
Henry Fell
Reporter:
Frank Taylor
Producer:
Philip Hicks

Starring Roddy McDowall, Preston Foster, Rita Johnson

A tender story of a young boy's love and devotion for an unpredictable yearling colt.

Contributors

Screenplay:
Lillie Hayward
Adaptation:
Francis Edwards Faragon
Based on the novel by:
Mary O'Hara
Director:
Harold Schuster
Producer:
Ralph Dietrich
Ken McLaughlin:
Roddy McDowall
Rob McLaughlin:
Preston Foster
Nell:
Rita Johnson
Gus:
James Bell
Tim Murphy:
Jeff Corey
Hildy:
Diana Hale

Scenes from Tom Arnold Presentations skating spectacular
with a cast of 75 international skaters, including: Jacqueline Harbord, Reg Park, Linda Davis, George Miller
Specialities by Charlie Cairoli and Co, Bernard Ford and Diane Towler, Jimmy and Mary Peacock
An outside broadcast from the Empire Pool, Wembley

Contributors

Directed and produced by:
Gerald Palmer
Skater:
Jacqueline Harbord
Skater/choreography:
Reg Park
Skater:
Linda Davis
Skater:
George Miller
Clowns:
Charlie Cairoli and Co
Skater:
Bernard Ford
Skater:
Diane Towler
Skater:
Jimmy Peacock
Skater:
Mary Peacock
Commentator:
Alan Weeks
Original music:
Malcolm Lockyer
Decor and costumes:
Anthony Holland
Dialogue direction:
Raymond James
Orchestra under the direction of:
Leslie Kerrigan
Produced for television by:
John Vernon

with Cliff Michelmore
Sausage and chips or paella? St Ives or Ibiza? Which would you prefer?
A packaged 15-day holiday to either can cost you the same. The safe familiarity of England or the promise of that foreign sunshine?
Holiday 70 examines a package to St Ives, Cornwall, and one to San Antonio Abad, Ibiza.

Contributors

Presenter:
Cliff Michelmore
Producer:
Tom Savage

by Sir Walter Scott
dramatised in 10 parts by Alexander Baron
Ivanhoe, disinherited by his father, has returned from the Crusades in disguise. Isaac has been given shelter at Rotherwood and the Templar plans to hold him to ransom.

Contributors

Author:
Sir Walter Scott
Dramatised by:
Alexander Baron
Script editor:
Alistair Bell
Sound:
Derek Miller-Timmins
Lighting:
Howard King
Designer:
David Spode
Producer:
Campbell Logan
Producer:
John McRae
Director:
David Maloney
Isaac:
John Franklyn Robbins
Ivanhoe:
Eric Flynn
Gurth:
Graham Weston
Rebecca:
Vivian Brooks
Sir Brian de Bois Guilbert:
Anthony Bate
Cedric:
Peter Dyneley
Rowena:
Clare Jenkins
Athelstane:
Inigo Jackson
Locksley:
Clive Graham
Miller:
Michael Napier-Brown
Thomas:
Michael Craze
Prince John:
Tim Preece
Fitzurse:
Noel Coleman
de Malvoisin:
Vernon Joyner
Godfrey Front de Boeuf:
Francis de Wolff
de Bracy:
Roger Bizley
Prior Aymer:
Kevin Brennan
Chief Marshal:
Terence Bayler
Wamba:
Hugh Walters
Baldwin:
Jonathan Bury

The second of two programmes in which Robert Kee looks back at some of the programmes which reflected the religious turmoil of the past decade.

The Archbishop of York and Adam Faith, Emil Brunner, Karl Barth, Martin Buber, Alec Vidler, George MacLeod, The Archbishop of Canterbury, Charles Davis, Rosemary Haughton, Erich Fromm, Padre Pio, Albert Schweitzer, Mother Teresa of Calcutta
'The scandal within the church is the churchiness of the church.'
'The real church cannot die.'
'Nothing is apt to mask the face of God as much as religion.'

Contributors

Presenter:
Robert Kee
Producer:
Shirley du Boulay
Producer:
Oliver Hunkin

from the Parish Church of St John the Baptist, North Luffenham, Rutland
Tonight's programme comes from an ancient parish church deep in the countryside of the smallest county in England.
with the Oakham and District Choral Society
Introduced by Geoffrey Wheeler
Prayer and Blessing by The Rt Rev Cyril Eastaugh, Bishop of Peterborough
(from BBC Midlands)

We love the place, O God (Quam dilecta)
Jesus, where'er thy people meet (Wareham)
Lo, from the desert homes (Croft's 148th)
As with gladness men of old (Dix)
Thou whom shepherds worshipped (Quern pastores)
The three kings (Peter Cornelius, arr. Ivor Atkins)
Hills of the north, rejoice (Little Cornard)
Let all the world in every corner sing (Luckington)
Let all mortal flesh keep silence (French Carol)
O worship the King all glorious above (Hanover)
O praise God in his holiness (Charles V. Stanford)
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty (Praxis pietatis)

Contributors

Singers:
The Oakham and District Choral Society
Presenter:
Geoffrey Wheeler
Conductor:
Anthony J. Gracia
Organist:
Arthur Kettle
Prayer and Blessing:
The Rt Rev Cyril Eastaugh
Arranged by:
Philip Turner
Presented for television by:
Barrie Edgar

by John Tully
Created by Francis Durbridge
[Starring] Francis Matthews as Paul, Ros Drinkwater as Steve, June Ellis as Kate, Blake Butler as Eric

A film is being made in an ancestral home about the legend of the strange disappearance of the Masked Lady. A young girl playing this part also disappears.

Contributors

Writer:
John Tully
Created by:
Francis Durbridge
Script Editor:
Barry Thomas
Designer:
Fanny Taylor
Producer:
Alan Bromly
Director:
Rex Tucker
Paul Temple:
Francis Matthews
Steve Temple:
Ros Drinkwater
Kate:
June Ellis
Eric:
Blake Butler
Lord Heavisham:
Clive Morton
Lady Heavisham:
Beatrix Lehmann
Det Insp Munning:
Basil Dignam
Professor Brill:
George Howe
Reggie:
Tristram Jellinek
Stendham:
Tony Thawnton
Jenny:
Wendy Lingham
Roy:
Wilfrid Downing

A series of movie milestones with melody, romance and humour from Hollywood - the home of the film spectacular - tonight starring Frank Sinatra, Rita Hayworth, Kim Novak with Barbara Nichols

Sinatra has a tailor-made role as Joey Evans, an ambitious singer with just one tangible asset - a way with women - which he exploits to the full.

Contributors

Screenplay:
Dorothy Kingsley
From the musical play by:
John O'Hara
Words and music:
Richard Rodgers
Words and music:
Lorenz Hart
Producer:
Fred Kohlmar
Director:
George Sidney
Vera Simpson:
Rita Hayworth
Joey Evans:
Frank Sinatra
Linda English:
Kim Novak
Gladys:
Barbara Nichols
Ned Galvin:
Bobby Sherwood
Mike Higgins:
Hank Henry

with Leopold Stokowski, Max Rostal, Walter Susskind and young musicians from many countries.
The first International Festival of Youth Orchestras was held in St Moritz last August. This film is about the concerts, rehearsals, and competitions at the Festival; and the 'off-duty' activities, the views, hopes, and fears of the young musicians who were there.
(A Trans Atlantic Film production)

Contributors

Interviewee:
Leopold Stokowski
Violinist/interviewee:
Max Rostal
Interviewee:
Walter Susskind
Director:
Revel Guest

Regional Variations (2)

Monty Python's Flying Circus

Series 1

It's The Arts (Or Intermission)

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

Featuring some historical impersonations, a cinema usherette with a dead seabird, restaurant abuse and Probe Around On Crime.

BBC One London

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

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