Programme Index

Discover 10,340,045 listings and 247,777 playable programmes from the BBC

from the Chapel of Unity, Methodist College, Belfast
Theme: A Faith for Today's Youth. Conducted by the Chaplain, REV HENRY KEYS . Preacher: The Headmaster, A. s. WORRALL.
TV presentation KENNETH SAVIDGE

Contributors

Unknown:
Rev Henry Keys
Unknown:
A. S. Worrall.
Unknown:
Kenneth Savidge

10: Pollution- A Cost of Growth? How inevitable is pollution in a growing economy? PETER DONALDSON investigates Swansea Bay, one of the most heavily polluted areas of the UK, where many residents want local industry to move out of the area. But for some companies this seems hardly fair since they are acting within the law.
Director CHRIS JELLEY
Producer BERNARD ADAMS

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Donaldson
Director:
Chris Jelley
Producer:
Bernard Adams

Top Riders
To learn advanced riding, students come to Porlock Vale 's equitation centre, in Somerset, from all over the world.
Presenter MICHAEL CLAYTON
Editor Horse and Hound
Producer JACK AMOS

Contributors

Unknown:
Porlock Vale
Presenter:
Michael Clayton
Producer:
Jack Amos

starring Betty Grable, Douglas Fairbanks Jr
A Ruritanian comedy romance: the glamorous Betty Grable is the mistress of Bergamo, and Douglas Fairbanks Jr a colonel in the invading Hungarian army.
This Week's Films: page 11

Contributors

Producer/Director:
Ernst Lubitsch
Francesca:
Betty Grable
Angelina:
Betty Grable
Colonel:
Douglas Fairbanks Jr
Duke:
Douglas Fairbanks Jr
Mario:
Cesar Romero
Major Horvath:
Walter Abel
Benvenuto:
Walter Abel
Atberto:
Reginald Gardiner
Luigi:
Harry Davenport
Theresa:
Virginia Campbell

Introduced by Roy North with special guests
The Eric Bramall Puppets
Script by GEORGE MARTIN
Music by THE BERT HAYES SEXTET
Director BILL ERSSER
Producer ROBIN NASH

Contributors

Introduced By:
Roy North
Script By:
George Martin
Unknown:
Bert Hayes
Director:
Bill Ersser
Producer:
Robin Nash

Written in five parts by ALLAN PRIOR and ALISTAIR BELL
Based on The Pathfinder by J. FENIMORE COOPER
3: Pathfinder, Jasper, Muir and Arrowhead have all succumbed to Magnet's charms. Arrowhead has slipped into the fort and, in accordance with tribal custom, placed a sprig of blossom on her pillow while she sleeps, to claim her as his future wife.
Music by DUDLEY SIMPSON Designer DAVID SPODE Producer JOHN MCRAE
Director DAVID MALONEY

Contributors

Unknown:
Allan Prior
Unknown:
Alistair Bell
Unknown:
J. Fenimore Cooper
Music By:
Dudley Simpson
Designer:
David Spode
Producer:
John McRae
Director:
David Maloney
Magnet:
Jan Francis
Arrowhead:
Gilbert Wynne
Sentry:
Pat Gorman
Corporal Mackay:
David McKail
Jasper:
William Ellis
Pathfinder:
Paul Massie
Chingachgook:
John Abineri
Oaissa:
Aviva Goldkorn
Red Cloud:
Drew Wood
Major Lundie:
Leonard Maguire
Lt Carter:
Simon MacCorkindale
Captain Watson:
Richard Steele
Lt Muir:
Callum Mill
Old Delaware:
Dudley Stuart White
Sgt Dunham:
Windsor Davies
Uncle Cap:
Patrick Troughton
Sagamore:
David Steuart
Mrs Watson:
Jane Sherwin

Protest and the Law
Can It Ever Be Right in Our Society to Break the Law for Political or Social Ends?: Part 3 Presented by Robin Day
In the final part of this debate, Lord Devlin, former Judge and Lord of Appeal, and Bishop Howe , Secretary-General of the Anglican Consultative Council, assess the arguments put forward by Rt Hon Reginald Maudling , mp John Leonard , QC, Peter Hain Rev Paul Oestreicher
Producer DAVID KENNARD
Repeated on Monday at 12.20 pm

Contributors

Presented By:
Robin Day
Unknown:
Bishop Howe
Unknown:
Reginald Maudling
Unknown:
John Leonard
Unknown:
Peter Hain
Unknown:
Rev Paul Oestreicher
Producer:
David Kennard

starring
Steve McQueen , James Garner Richard Attenborough
In World War II the Nazis brought together all the PoW escape artists in one ' escape-proof camp-Stalag Luft North. This is the story of the Allied officers who proved them wrong, as the Germans unwittingly assembled the finest escape team in military history!
Producer and director JOHN STURGES
This Week's Films: page 11

Contributors

Unknown:
Steve McQueen
Unknown:
James Garner
Unknown:
Richard Attenborough
Director:
John Sturges
HiltS:
Steve McQueen
Hendley:
James Garner
Bartlett:
Richard Attenborough
Ramsey:
James Donald
Danny Velinski:
Charles Bronson
Blythe:
Donald Pleasence
Sedgwick:
James Coburn
Ashley-Pitt:
David McCallum

Three beautiful women, Jeanne Moreau , Catherine Deneuve and Claude Jade , are among those who take part in piecing together an extraordinary life story in tonight's Omnibus.
Francois Truffaut is world-famous as a director but significant periods of his early life were spent in a juvenile delinquent centre and an army prison. Now, at 41, he feels that he can, perhaps, look back candidly. Tonight's programme was made as he worked on his latest film, La Nuit Americaine, just released here as Day for Night.
Narrator BRENDA KEMPNER
Voice of François Truffaut GEOFFREY COLLINS
Film cameramen
PHILIP BONHAM CARTER and JOHN HOOPER
Film editor ANDREW GOSLING
Written by ANN BLABER. MICHAEL DARLOW
Producer MICHAEL DARLOW
(Postponed from 28 October)

Contributors

Unknown:
Jeanne Moreau
Unknown:
Catherine Deneuve
Unknown:
Claude Jade
Unknown:
Francois Truffaut
Unknown:
François Truffaut
Unknown:
Geoffrey Collins
Unknown:
Philip Bonham Carter
Unknown:
John Hooper
Editor:
Andrew Gosling
Written By:
Ann Blaber.
Written By:
Michael Darlow
Producer:
Michael Darlow

Between politicians and journalists exists an area of dispute. MPs, Ministers and Opposition spokesmen castigate editors and broadcasters for distortion or misrepresentation of their work. Journalists fight what they call attempts at manipulation.
With Desmond Wilcox in the studio are MPs including Tony Benn , John Pardoe , Julian Critchley and Nicholas Ridley and top journalists - Sir Hugh Cudlipp , Anthony Shrimsley , Jeremy Isaacs and William Hardcastle.
Producer ADAM CLAPHAM

Contributors

Unknown:
Desmond Wilcox
Unknown:
Tony Benn
Unknown:
John Pardoe
Unknown:
Julian Critchley
Unknown:
Nicholas Ridley
Unknown:
Sir Hugh Cudlipp
Unknown:
Anthony Shrimsley
Unknown:
Jeremy Isaacs
Unknown:
William Hardcastle.
Producer:
Adam Clapham

BBC One London

About BBC One

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

Appears in

About this data

This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More