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from the Roman Catholic Church of St Therese of Lisieux, Port Talbot, Glamorgan
Principal Celebrant and Preacher, FR SEAN KEARNEY
Concelebrants FR JOHN O'SULLIVAN and FR COLIN HENNEBERRY
Action of the Mass described by FR JOHN THOMPSON
Organists ELMA JONES , MURIEL THOMAS Choirmaster CLIFF SIMMONS
TV presentation JOHN STUART ROBERTS

Contributors

Unknown:
Fr Sean Kearney
Unknown:
Fr John O'Sullivan
Unknown:
Fr Colin Henneberry
Organists:
Fr John Thompson
Organists:
Elma Jones
Choirmaster:
Muriel Thomas
Choirmaster:
Cliff Simmons
Unknown:
John Stuart Roberts

Regional Variations (3)

Farm Forum

BBC One Scotland

Farming in Wales

BBC One Wales

Red Leather, Yellow Leather
JOHN CHERRINGTON takes a look at an ancient industry.
Producer BILL SMITH (Birmingham)
Weather for Farmers

Contributors

Unknown:
John Cherrington
Producer:
Bill Smith

Wall-to-Wall Winners
Britain's carpet exports are over 50% up on last year. A look at two major areas - the traditional ' woven ' market and the current best-seller, the ' printed ' carpet. Reporter WENDY FISHER Producer JOHN BURDEN

Contributors

Reporter:
Wendy Fisher
Producer:
John Burden

Food: JUDITH DAVIS and PAUL BARNES put parents' food worries to DR HUGH JOLLY. Director DICK FOSTER
Series editor EURFRON GWYNNE JONES (Repeated: Monday, 7.5 pm, BBC2)

Contributors

Unknown:
Judith Davis
Unknown:
Paul Barnes
Director:
Dick Foster
Editor:
Eurfron Gwynne Jones

The Wildlife Unit of the Australian Broadcasting Commission travelled throughout Australia capturing on film the wide range of wildlife in the natural settings of their continent for this new six-part series.
With them went Dr Douglas Dorward, Senior Lecturer in Zoology at Monash University, Melbourne, a specialist in animal behaviour and ecology, who acts as narrator, and Australian artist John Olsen, painter of the giant mural in the new Sydney Opera House, whose sketches and paintings on location vividly capture the grace and beauty of the bird life.

Pelican Island in the Coorong of South Australia - protected sanctuary of the largest colony of their kind in existence. Other birds to be seen include the sand-piper, banded stilt, cormorant and red-capped dotterel.

An Australian Broadcasting Commission production

Contributors

Narrator:
Dr Douglas Dorward
Artist:
John Olsen

Michael Aspel introduces your television requests
With him in the studio this week Jimmy Hill
Producer FRANCES WHITAKER
Send your requests to ' Ask Aspel,' BBC Television Centre, London W12 8QT.

Contributors

Introduces:
Michael Aspel
Unknown:
Jimmy Hill
Producer:
Frances Whitaker

Regional Variations (2)

starring
James Cagney
Horst Buchholz Pamela Tiffin
Arlene Francis
The career of an American executive in West Berlin is threatened when his boss's visiting 17-year-old daughter disappears behind the Iron Curtain - and then turns up with a young Communist she has secretly married.
Based on a play by FERENC MOLNAR Producer and director BILLY WILDER This Week's Films: page 9

Contributors

Unknown:
James Cagney
Unknown:
Horst Buchholz
Unknown:
Pamela Tiffin
Unknown:
Arlene Francis
Play By:
Ferenc Molnar
Director:
Billy Wilder
MacNamara:
James Cagney
Otto:
Horst Buchholz
Scarlett:
Pamela Tiffin
Phyllis:
Arlene Francis
Ingeborg:
Lilo Pulver
Hazeltine:
Howard St John
Schlemmer:
Hanns Lothar
Mrs Hazeltine:
Lois Bolton
Peripetchikoff:
Leon Askin
Mishkin:
Peter Capell
Borodenko:
Ralf Wolter
MP Sergeant:
Red Buttons

for the Daily Express Trophy
Introduced from Silverstone by Barrie Gill
Race commentator MURRAY WALKER Silverstone is the fastest circuit in the country, and this Spring trophy meeting-run over 117 miles and 26 years old today - always attracts the top Grand Prix teams from Britain and abroad. Over 30 Formula One and Formula 5000 drivers will start on the grid, including EMERSON FITTIPALDI, GRAHAM HILL, DENNY
HULME and JACKY ICKX , Race of Champions winner at Brands Hatch last month.
Producer RICHARD TILLING Editor BRIAN ROBINS

Contributors

Unknown:
Barrie Gill
Commentator:
Murray Walker
Commentator:
Jacky Ickx
Producer:
Richard Tilling
Editor:
Brian Robins

2: Valerie Singleton reports on Brussels
The crossroads of Europe and often its battlefield. Valerie finds out why Napoleon didn'win the battle of Waterloo and tells the moving story of Nurse Edith Cavell. She reports on the national sport of pigeon racing, watches the spectacular festival of Ommegang, and joins the world's tourists round the most vulgar statue in Europe.
Film cameraman BOB SLEIGH Sound recordist MALCOLM HILL Film editor PETER MARSH Producer EDWARD BARNES
Director DAVID BROWN (Manchester)

Contributors

Unknown:
Valerie Singleton
Unknown:
Edith Cavell.
Editor:
Peter Marsh
Producer:
Edward Barnes
Director:
David Brown

Regional Variations (2)

Dudley John Gardiner , MBE, served as a Major in the Indian Army. After the war he joined forces with the Salvation Army in Calcutta, where for the past 15 years he has operated a food run. Seven days a week, without missing a single day, Gardiner has fed 6,000 people each day. Mother Teresa called him ' the father of the poor.'
Narrator DAVID FROST
Presented by JAMES DEY
A Gateway Film production

Contributors

Unknown:
Dudley John Gardiner
Unknown:
Mother Teresa
Presented By:
James Dey

Regional Variations (3)

Appeal on behalf of the RSSPCC

BBC One Scotland

Llandudno and District Society for Mentally Handicapped Children

BBC One Wales

Today each English Region has its own appeal. Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque:
London, South East Women's Holiday Fund by Jack Warner , OBE Donations to Jack Warner. OBE. Women's Holiday Fund, [address removed]
South Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society, by Professor Barry Cunliffe
Donations to ' Museum Appeal,' [address removed]
South West Barnstaple Parish Church, by Dr W. Westall , Bishop of Crediton
Donations to The Bishop of Crediton, [address removed] West Grimsbury Park School, Warmley by John Norman
Donations to John Norman , [address removed]
Midlands Sunfield Children's Home by Dandy Nichols
Donations to Dandy Nichols, [address removed]
East Anglia Worstead Village Church by Robert Hardy
Donations to Robert Hardy, [address removed]
North St Anne's Shelter and Housing Action by Jimmy Savile, OBE
Donations to Jimmy Savile, obe, [address removed]
North East Elswick Big Lamp Youth Project by Jean Davies
Donations to The Big Lamp Youth Project. [address removed]
North West Manchester Youth and Community Service by Stuart Hall Donations to Stuart Hall , [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Jack Warner
Unknown:
Jack Warner.
Unknown:
Barry Cunliffe
Unknown:
Dr W. Westall
Unknown:
John Norman
Unknown:
John Norman
Unknown:
Dandy Nichols
Unknown:
Robert Hardy
Unknown:
Jimmy Savile
Unknown:
Jimmy Savile
Unknown:
St Anne
Unknown:
Jean Davies
Unknown:
Westgate Road
Unknown:
Stuart Hall
Unknown:
Stuart Hall

Tom Fleming tells the story of Jesus the carpenter
and the people of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Ayr
With The Arran Choir, sing Songs of Praise for Palm Sunday
Conductor RAYMOND BRAMWELL Producer ANDREW BARR
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT

Contributors

Unknown:
Tom Fleming
Conductor:
Raymond Bramwell
Producer:
Andrew Barr

starring Jean Anderson
Patrick O'Connell , Jennifer Wilson with Richard Easton
Robin Chadwick , Hilary Tindall Gabrielle Drake
Power for Sale by N. J. CRISP
The sale of Jennifer's shares gives David and Brian an opportunity - but can they come to terms?
Created by GERARD GLAISTER , N. j. CRISP Designer GAVIN DAVIES
Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director RODERICK GRAHAM

Contributors

Unknown:
Jean Anderson
Unknown:
Patrick O'Connell
Unknown:
Jennifer Wilson
Unknown:
Richard Easton
Unknown:
Robin Chadwick
Unknown:
Hilary Tindall
Unknown:
Gabrielle Drake
Unknown:
Gerard Glaister
Designer:
Gavin Davies
Producer:
Ken Riddington
Director:
Roderick Graham
Mary Hammond:
Jean Anderson
Edward Hammond:
Patrick O'Conneiil
Brian Hammond:
Richard Easton
David Hammond:
Robin Chadwick
Jennifer Kingsley:
Jennifer Wilson
Ann Hammond:
Hilary Tindall
Jill Hammond:
Gabrielle Drake
Bill Riley:
Derek Benfield
Julie Lane:
Gillian McCutcheon
Pamela Graham:
Anna Fox
Nicholas FOX:
Jonathan Newth
Van der Moewe:
Michael Turner

Starring Van Heflin, Aldo Ray, Mona Freeman, Nancy Olson, James Whitmore, Raymond Massey, Tab Hunter, Dorothy Malone, Anne Francis

It is 1940, and under Major Huxley's tough command, a group of young men begin their rigorous training as US Marines.
This film version of Leon Uris's monumental best-selling novel follows their fortunes in love and in war.
Director RAOUL WALSH
This Week's Films: page 9

Contributors

Unknown:
Van Heflin
Unknown:
Aldo Ray
Unknown:
Mona Freeman
Unknown:
Nancy Olson
Unknown:
James Whitmore
Unknown:
Raymond Massey
Unknown:
Tab Hunter
Unknown:
Dorothy Malone
Unknown:
Anne Francis
Unknown:
Leon Uris
Director:
Raoul Walsh
Major Huxley:
Van Heflin
Andy:
Aldo Ray
Kathy:
Mona Freeman
Pat:
Nancy Olson
Sgt Mac:
James Whitmore
General Snipes:
Raymond Massey
Danny:
Tab Hunter
Elaine:
Dorothy Malone
Rae:
Anne Francis
Ski:
William Campbell
Marion Hodgkiss:
John Lupton
Justus E McQueen:
L Q Jones

A film about Francisco Goya 1746-1828 with Esperanza Malkin
Vallentin Conde and the voice of Colin Blakely as Goya
Goya's etchings suggest the theme of a performance where the actors' roles change from day to day, selected by a force beyond their control. This Omnibus film, made during a fiesta in modern-day Spain, tells Goya's story - part of it fact, part fiction, rumour and contradiction.
The violence, the politics, the sexuality in his work, the ambiguities in his own personality, are all part of this masquerade. Readings by DUDLEY FOSTER , MALCOLM HAYES
Brilliant insight into Goya's imagination. (DAILY TELEGRAPH) Splendid Omnibus, full of vitality, as measured as the ritual of a bullfight.
(OBSERVER)
Executive producer MIKE WOOLLER Director LESLIE MEGAHEY

Contributors

Unknown:
Francisco Goya
Unknown:
Esperanza Malkin
Unknown:
Vallentin Conde
Unknown:
Colin Blakely
Unknown:
Dudley Foster
Unknown:
Malcolm Hayes
Producer:
Mike Wooller
Director:
Leslie Megahey

William Hardcastle discusses with editors of newspapers, television and radio - those who shape what we read, see and hear - the issues behind the week's news.
Director jim MURRAY
ProducerELWYN PARRY-JONES

Contributors

Unknown:
William Hardcastle
Director:
Jim Murray
Producer:
Elwyn Parry-Jones

BBC One London

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