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A 25-part course in Italian
introduced by Marisa Dillon-Weston
with Margherita Guzzinati, Isa Miranda, Gigi Gatti, Maurizio Gueli

(Repeated on Saturday at 10.30 am, and on Wednesday, 23 May at 12.5 pm)
(Book 65p, records £1.30: see page 56)
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
Marisa Dillon-Weston
Director:
Terry Doyle
Producer:
Tony Roberts
[Actress]:
Margherita Guzzinati
[Actress]:
Isa Miranda
[Actress]:
Gigi Gatti
[Actor]:
Maurizio Gueli

Royal Tunbridge Wells Orpheus Male Voice Choir
conductor John Francis
St George's Parish Church Choir, Gravesend
conductor David Goddard
From St George's Church, Gravesend

Contributors

Singers:
Royal Tunbridge Wells Orpheus Male Voice Choir
Conductor:
John Francis
Singers:
St George's Parish Church Choir, Gravesend
Conductor:
David Goddard
Reader:
Victor Beaumont
Reader:
The Rev Michael Beek
Producer:
R.T. Brooks

A new kind of quiz in which professional and amateur experts face a series of wildlife questions. This week with Johnny Morris, Humphrey Lyttelton, Cathy Kilpatrick, Michael Boorer, Bill Oddie, Jeffery Boswall
Chairman Professor John Napier
(from Bristol)

Contributors

Chairman:
Professor John Napier
Team captain:
Johnny Morris
Panellist:
Humphrey Lyttelton
Panellist:
Cathy Kilpatrick
Team captain:
Michael Boorer
Panellist:
Bill Oddie
Panellist:
Jeffery Boswall
Producer:
Peter Crawford

Regional Variations (2)

The Scottish Nation: Taming the Magnates?

BBC One Scotland

On the edge of the mountains - the approach of winter - the picking of grapes, the cattle making their long, slow, sad walk from summer pastures high on the Aubrac down to the valleys.

(from Bristol)

Contributors

Commentary:
Eric Thompson
Writer/Director:
Colin Rose
Producer:
Michael Croucher

Spring is with us, but on the Scottish mountains it is still winter. Hundreds of people go up over snow and ice, and some will have to be brought down by rescue teams - the lucky ones will be alive.
Today's programme explores the dangers of the Scottish hills. Its climax is the first-ever dawn-to-dusk film of a big winter rescue operation.
BBC Scotland

Contributors

Commentary:
Magnus Magnusson
Producer:
Bill Hook

Regional Variations (2)

Starring Richard Burton, Lana Turner, Fred MacMurray
with Joan Caulfield, Michael Rennie

The arrival of a wealthy and unscrupulous American woman brings trouble to the palace of the Maharani of Ranchipur.

Contributors

Based on the novel "The Rains Came" by:
Louis Bromfield
Director:
Jean Negulesco
Dr Safti:
Richard Burton
Edwina:
Lana Turner
Tom Ransome:
Fred MacMurray
Fem:
Joan Caulfield
Lord Esketh:
Michael Rennie
Maharani:
Eugenie Leontovich

A serial in five parts based on the novel by Neil Munro
dramatised for television by Clifford Hanley
with Tom Watson as Ninian Campbell
David Ashton as Aeneas Macmaster
and
John Grieve as Sandy Duncanson

It was little more than a step to the clear, cool night from the lobby of Drimdorran House but every step in life has its own particular fate attending it, and Aeneas Macmaster, though he could not guess it, was fairly landed upon the great adventure of his life.

(BBC Scotland)
(Goggling at Glen Coe: page 5)
(Colour)

Contributors

Author:
Neil Munro
Dramatist:
Clifford Hanley
Designer:
Guthrie Trutton
Producer:
Pharic MacLaren
Director:
Moira Armstrong
Aeneas Macmaster:
David Ashton
The Muileach:
David Mowat
Margaret Duncanson:
Christine McKenna
Annabel Macmaster:
Anne Kristen
Alan Macmaster:
Bryden Murdoch
Janet Campbell:
Maev Alexander
Ninian Campbell:
Tom Watson
Sandy Duncanson:
John Grieve
Meg:
Helena Gloag
The Highlander:
Bill Henderson
The landlord:
Jameson Clark
The slattern:
Mary McCusker

Regional Variations (3)

Dieithr Hynt

BBC One Wales

Ayrshire Lang Syne

BBC One Scotland

Joan Bakewell introduces three programmes on present-day beliefs.

Dr Jack Dominian, Canon Sydney Evans, Professor Brian Morris and Alan Ryan discuss the answers given by a number of people who were asked 'What comes to mind when you hear the word "God"?'

Contributors

Presenter:
Joan Bakewell
Panellist:
Dr Jack Dominian
Panellist:
Professor Brian Morris
Panellist:
Alan Ryan
Producer:
R. T. Brooks

from St Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Consett, Co Durham
Combined local church choirs
Consett Junior Citizens Choir
Band of the Consett Salvation Army

Introduced by Geoffrey Wheeler

Love divine (Blaenwern)
Hail Redeemer (King Divine)
Hand me down my silver trumpet
Onward Christian soldiers (St Gertrude)
O Godhead hid (Aquinas)
God's love to me is wonderful
He's got the whole world in his hands
O thou who earnest (Hereford)
O Jesus I have promised (Thornbury)
The day thou gavest (St Clements)

Contributors

Presenter:
Geoffrey Wheeler
Singers:
Consett Junior Citizens Choir
Musicians:
Band of the Consett Salvation Army
Conductor:
Lawrence Whaley
Conductor:
William Westgarth
Conductor:
Captain Peter Wood
Organist:
Elsie Surtees
Prayer and Blessing:
Fr J. Hardy
Producer:
Stewart Cross
Series Producer:
Raymond Short

by Eric Paice
starring Jean Anderson, Patrick O'Connell, Jennifer Wilson
with Richard Easton, Robin Chadwick, Hilary Tindall, Julia Goodman

Harry Carter has made his bid for power. Now it's Edward's turn, and there's only one question in his mind: how to get rid of Harry Carter!...

(Colour)

Contributors

Writer:
Eric Paice
Serial devised by/Producer:
Gerard Glaister
Serial devised by:
N.J. Crisp
Designer:
Myles Lang
Director:
Mary Ridge
Edward Hammond:
Patrick O'Connell
Brian Hammond:
Richard Easton
Jill:
Gabrielle Drake
Mary Hammond:
Jean Anderson
David Hammond:
Robin Chadwick
Julie:
Gillian McCutcheon
Debbie:
Alison Griffin
Jennifer Kingsley:
Jennifer Wilson
Harry Carter:
Mark McManus
Ann Hammond:
Hilary Tindall
Barbara Kingsley:
Julia Goodman
Nancy Lincoln:
Claire Nielson

Tonight's film from the cinema's hall of fame stars Barry Fitzgerald, Howard Duff, Don Taylor

A murdered blonde; two detectives assigned to the case; a falsely suspected victim of circumstance - all the ingredients of a routine police thriller, but The Naked City, filmed on location in New York, was given a strikingly realistic treatment which was to influence a whole line of crime movies right down to the recent The French Connection.

Contributors

Producer:
Mark Heilinger
Director:
Jules Dassin
Lt Dan Muldoon:
Barry Fitzgerald
Frank Niles:
Howard Duff
Jimmy Hattoran:
Don Taylor
Ruth Morrison:
Dorothy Hart
Garzah:
Ted de Corsia
Dr Stoneman:
House Jameson
Mrs Halloran:
Anne Sargent
Mrs Batory:
Adelaide Klein
Mr Batory:
Grover Burgess
Detective Parelli:
Tom Pedi
Mrs Hylton:
Enid Markey
Capt Donahue:
Frank Conroy

Regional Variations (2)

From the Concert Hall

BBC One Wales

Omnibus File on The Sunday Papers, including

Exposure: we follow the progress of an investigation complete with secret meetings and concealed identity.

A Journalist in Belfast: how a top Sunday newspaperman works within the conflicts of Northern Ireland.

Giles: the great cartoonist draws his own contribution

Colour Supplements: how one of today's was shaped a month ago. And stories about fashion, sports and showbusiness columns, with a look behind the scenes at editorial conferences early this week.

(Colour)

Contributors

Cartoonist:
null Giles
Director:
Alan Yentob
Director:
Diana Lashmore
Director:
Vic Dowdall
Producer:
Leslie Megahey

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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