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From All Souls, Langham Place, London
Conducted by the Vicar, Rev Michael A. Baughen
Assisted by Rev John A. Aldis
Preacher Dr Billy Graham
(Dr Graham is visiting London in connection with the Spre-e 73 meetings)

Hymns: O praise ye the Lord
Angel voices ever singing
Jesu lover of my soul
To God be the glory
Readings: Isaiah 40: vv 9-11, 27-31
Mark 10: vv 17-27
Report on Spre-e 73: 7.30 pm, Radio 4

Contributors

Service conducted by:
Rev Michael A. Baughen
Assisted by:
Rev John A. Aldis
Preacher:
Dr Billy Graham
Television Presentation:
Raymond Short

Another chance to see The Royal Institution, London Annual Lectures to Young People by Geoffrey Gouriet, Chief Engineer, BBC Research and Development

Geoffrey Gouriet shows us some recent discoveries and helps us to appreciate the exciting possibilities that lie ahead.

Contributors

Lecturer:
Geoffrey Gouriet
Director:
Brian Johnson
Producer:
Alan Sleath

with Anthony Smith
A personal journey across four continents to see some of the world's great national parks.

This pocket-sized mountain range, rising dramatically to 8,000 feet, is Czechoslovakia's frontier with Poland. With no sea coast, no major lake, and little prospect of holidays abroad, the people of this land-locked country look on the High Tatras as their national retreat.
The Communist government declared the mountains a national park in 1948. Today they are even more beautiful and free and wild -holding now an even more important place in the hearts of Slovaks and Czechs for whom the Tatras mean so much.
(from Bristol: first shown on BBC2)

Contributors

Presenter:
Anthony Smith
Executive Producer:
Nicholas Crocker
Producer:
Peter Crawford

A Western film series starring Andrew Duggan as Murdoch Lancer, James Stacy as Johnny, Wayne Maunder as Scott, Elizabeth Baur as Teresa
with guest stars Barbara Luna, Donald Knight, Peter Palmer

When a young woman predicts disaster - and a death - for the Lancers they refuse to take it seriously. But very soon events take a sinister turn...

(Colour)

Contributors

Murdoch Lancer:
Andrew Duggan
Johnny:
James Stacy
Scott:
Wayne Maunder
Teresa:
Elizabeth Baur
[Actress]:
Barbara Luna
[Actor]:
Donald Knight
[Actor]:
Peter Palmer

Regional Variations (2)

Cricket: Glamorgan v Middlesex

BBC One Wales

Starring Rock Hudson, Leslie Caron, Charles Boyer
with Walter Slezak, Dick Shawn

A French lawyer visiting America for a reunion with the daughter he hasn't seen for 25 years finds she is a successful psycho-analyst, but still unmarried.
To any French father this is an unthinkable situation so he finds an extremely well-qualified Romeo to remedy the matter.
This Week's Films: page I

Contributors

Director:
Michael Gordon
Paul:
Rock Hudson
Lauren:
Leslie Caron
Michel:
Charles Boyer
Etienne:
Walter Slezak
Arnold:
Dick Shawn
Harry:
Larry Storch
Mickey:
Nita Talbot

Against the incomparable background of Burghley House competitors from eight nations take part in this major British Equestrian event, which is a test for both horse and rider with a rigorous cross-country section including 29 obstacles and, on this last day, the show jumping.

Contributors

Commentator:
Dorian Williams
Commentator:
Raymond Brooks-Ward
Television Presentation:
Richard Tilling
Television Presentation:
Johnnie Watherston

Regional Variations (2)

Welsh hymn singing

BBC One Wales

from Butlins Holiday Centre, Ayr
Introduced by Geoffrey Wheeler
United choirs from Ayr and district conducted by Stewart Linton
Dalmellington Band conducted by Allan Street

I to the hills (French)
Soldiers of Christ! arise (From Strength to Strength)
This is the day (Bishopthorpe)
All creatures (Lasst Uns Erfreuen)
The God of Abraham praise (Leoni)
Jesus shall reign (Warrington)
I need thee every hour (I Need Thee)
The Lord will come (Montrose)
In the name of Jesus (Cuddesdon)
We sing the praise (Walton)
Guide me (Cwm Rhondda)

Contributors

Presenter:
Geoffrey Wheeler
United choirs from Ayr and district conducted by:
Stewart Linton
Musicians:
Dalmellington Band
Band conducted by:
Allan Street
Benediction:
Dr Ian Boyle
Producer:
Andrew Barr
Series Producer:
Raymond Short

by L.M. Montgomery
Dramatised in five parts by Julia Jones

Anne has passed the college entrance exam with flying colours. Although proud of her, Matthew and Marilla are saddened because she must leave Green Gables.

Contributors

Author:
L.M. Montgomery
Dramatised by:
Julia Jones
Producer:
John McRae
Director:
Joan Craft
Anne Shirley:
Kim Braden
Marilla:
Barbara Hamilton
Matthew:
Elliott Sullivan
Diana Barry:
Jan Francis
Jane Andrews:
Zuleika Robson
Ruby Gillis:
Kim Hardy
Josie Pye:
Angela Walker
Gilbert Blythe:
Robin Halstead
Rachel Lynde:
Avis Bunnage

Starring Kirk Douglas, Sylva Koscina, Eli Wallach

In this glossy, fast-paced thriller, Kirk Douglas is cast as Jim Schuyler, a tough New York cop who resigns from the police force because he is tired of 'coddling' criminals.
In turn, Schuyler becomes an equally tough private eye and he is hired to protect Rena Westabrook, a beautiful young woman who is accused of murdering her wealthy husband.
This Week's Films: page 9

Contributors

Director:
David Lowell Rich
Jim Schuyler:
Kirk Douglas
Rena Westabrook:
Sylva Koscina
Tennessee Fredericks:
Eli Wallach
Jonathan Fleming:
Kenneth Haigh
Carol:
Sharon Farrell
Eric:
Gordon Peters
Finchley:
Martyn Green
Feeney:
Doris Roberts
Harris:
Carey Nairnes
Magruder:
Ralph Waite
Fuller:
Philip Bosco
Cooper:
John Rogers

A further visit to the Royal Albert Hall for the 1973 season of Henry Wood Promenade Concerts

Sir Charles Groves conducts the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain in Shostakovich Symphony No 15 in A major

"Charles Groves is a marvellous conductor for singers. I did my first Verdi Requiem with him and I can remember just how much of a help he was to me." (Ava June)

Contributors

Musicians:
The National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain
Conductor:
Sir Charles Groves

with William F. Buckley Jr publisher, editor, and America's foremost right-wing commentator who will discuss with Malcolm Muggeridge, journalist and broadcaster, whether recent events in America are just a temporary sickness, or the symptoms of a much wider disease.
BBC/SECA co-production

Contributors

Interviewer:
William F. Buckley Jr
Interviewee:
Malcolm Muggeridge
Director:
Chris Hodson
Producer:
Warren Steidel
Producer:
Peter Chafer

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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