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from St Peter's Church, Bournemouth
Celebrant: Rev Philip Barrett
Preacher: The Rector, Rev Colin Deedes

Contributors

Celebrant:
Rev Philip Barrett
Preacher:
Rev Colin Deedes
Director of Music:
John Belcher
Organist:
Geoffrey Morgan
Television Presentation:
John Dobson

Last of 20 programmes: presented by Roy Hudd and Irene Thomas
with Eileen Fowler

(Repeated: Thursday 1.0 pm)
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Contributors

Presenter:
Roy Hudd
Presenter:
Irene Thomas
Keep-fit instructor:
Eileen Fowler
Director:
Charles Pascoe
Executive Producer:
Sheila Innes
Producer:
Brigit Barry

A series of ten programmes for hearing-impaired people

How can the deaf take a more active part in their own affairs? What plans are there for an improved deal for the deaf in Britain? Jack Ashley, CH, MP, presents the second of two personal views and talks amongst others to Rt Hon Barbara Castle, MP, Secretary of State for Social Services.
(The programme will be captioned for those who cannot hear.)

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Contributors

Presenter:
Jack Ashley
Interviewee:
The Rt Hon Barbara Castle
Producer:
David Allen

Regional Variations (3)

Farm Forum

BBC One Scotland

Farming in Wales

BBC One Wales

Introduced by David Richardson
Glasshouse Peat: Nearly half the Guernsey tomato crop is now grown in peat. Troughs and home-made growing bags compete with the high cost of soil sterilisation. Tony Mitchell reports.
(Birmingham)

Weather for farmers

Contributors

Presenter:
David Richardson
Reporter:
Tony Mitchell
Producer:
John Kenyon

A personal view of childhood in different societies by Urie Bronfenbrenner

'Chairman Mao is more dear to us than our parents', sing kindergarten children in China. Children growing up in all societies are surrounded by models which guide them into the roles they will play as adults. Some of these models are the real people in their lives, others the product of media and ideology. Which images are the most influential? What are the implications for children if we alter the traditional roles of mother and father?

(Repeated: Monday 7.5 pm BBC2)

Contributors

Presenter:
Urie Bronfenbrenner
Film Editor:
Peter Orton
Producer:
Dick Foster
Producer:
Eurfron Gwynne

Regional Variations (2)

Tomorrow's World

BBC One Wales

A season of films starring the screen's First Lady, Bette Davis
with Miriam Hopkins and George Brent

After two years away in Europe Clem Spender returns home to find Delia, the girl he loves, about to marry the wealthy Jim Ralston. But Delia's cousin Charlotte has always been in love with Clem...

Contributors

Director:
Edmund Goulding
Charlotte Lovell:
Bette Davis
Delia Lovell:
Miriam Hopkins
Clem Spender:
George Brent
Tina:
Jane Bryan
Dr Lanskell:
Donald Crisp
Dora:
Louise Fazenda
Jim Ralston:
James Stephenson

Written and presented by Derek Cooper

Once completely covered in trees; in the early 19th century peppered with lead mines; now it's evolved into a beautiful rural valley, well-farmed and much used by tourists seeking escape from the industrial North East.
But there could be another change, from a boom in cement and fluorspar mining. The landscape and the community could suffer a further upheaval. Do the people who live there want it, and do any of the rest of us care?
(Birmingham)

Contributors

Writer/Presenter:
Derek Cooper
Series Producer:
Peter Crawford
Director:
Tom Dood
Producer:
John Kenyon

Starring Ben Murphy as Jones and Roger Davis as Smith
with guest stars J.D. Cannon, James Drury, Larry Storch

Smith and Jones are in real trouble. After a long chase by a determined sheriff and his hard-riding posse they are finally captured. Only one person can help them now - their old enemy, Harry Briscoe!
(First shown on BBC2)

Contributors

Jones:
Ben Murphy
Smith:
Roger Davis
[Actor]:
J.D. Cannon
[Actor]:
James Drury
[Actor]:
Larry Storch

by Eleanor H. Porter
Dramatised in six parts by Joy Harington
Starring Elaine Stritch as Aunt Polly

Pollyanna is a little girl with a remarkable gift for looking on the bright side. When she goes to live with her Aunt Polly, she walks into a situation that might have been specially designed for her therapeutic talents.
[Repeat]

Contributors

Author:
Eleanor H. Porter
Dramatised by:
Joy Harington
Producer:
John McRae
Director:
June Wyndham Davies
Aunt Polly:
Elaine Stritch
Nancy:
Paddy Frost
Old Tom:
Donald Bisset
Timothy:
Robert Coleby
Telegraph boy:
Ian Pigot
Pollyanna:
Elizabeth Archard
Cook:
Lillian Padmore

Regional Variations (2)

Dechrau Canu, Dechrau Canmol

BBC One Wales

From Pip 'n' Jay, Bristol, the Church of St Philip and St Jacob, a community revived by the Pentecostal movement. Introduced by Jeremy Carrad.

Tarry for the spirit (Rachie)
Angels' voices (Angel voices)
Love lifted me
I've a message from the Lord
O for a thousand tongues to sing (Lyngham)
Search me, O God (Maori melody)
To God be the glory
Prayer and Blessing by Reverend Malcolm Widdecombe

Contributors

Presenter:
Jeremy Carrad
Conductor:
David Spriggs
Organist:
Harold Edwards
Pianist:
Doris Wride
Prayer and blessing:
The Rev. Malcolm Widdecombe
Arranged by:
Peter Firth
Producer:
John Dobson
Series Producer:
Raymond Short

by N.J. Crisp
Starring Jean Anderson, Patrick O'Connell, Jennifer Wilson
with Robin Chadwick, Derek Benfield

Whilst Edward settles comfortably into marriage and David starts to enjoy life again, Paul Merroney quietly and skilfully begins to feather his own nest...
If Edward expects Jennifer to forget his own past, then he must forget hers...

Contributors

Writer/Created by:
N.J. Crisp
Created by:
Gerard Glaister
Script Editor:
Douglas Watkinson
Designer:
Gavin Davies
Producer:
Ken Riddington
Director:
Lennie Mayne
Clare Miller:
Carole Mowlam
Paul Merroney:
Colin Baker
Bill Riley:
Derek Benfield
Mary Hammond:
Jean Anderson
Reg Turner:
Kenneth Watson
David Hammond:
Robin Chadwick
Jennifer Hammond:
Jennifer Wilson
Edward Hammond:
Patrick O'Connell
Gwen Riley:
Margaret Ashcroft
Don Stacey:
Mike Pratt
Jane Maxwell:
Kate O'Mara
Co-pilot:
Michael Gaunt
Barnes:
Norman Pitt
Charles Daventry:
Frederick Treves
Bert Reed:
Raymond Adamson
Doctor's receptionist:
Patricia Prior
Mrs Palmer:
Marcia Ashton

Starring Charlton Heston, Maximilian Schell
with Kathryn Hays, Leslie Nielsen

Belgium, 1944: during the Battle of the Bulge, a symphony orchestra entertaining American servicemen is captured by a German Panzer division under orders to shoot all prisoners.
The executions are prevented by the intervention of General Schiller, an avid music lover who offers to spare the orchestra if its conductor Lionel Evans will agree to conduct a concert for him. Evans, however, refuses....

This Week's Films: page 13

Contributors

Based on the novel "The General" by:
Alan Sillitoe
Director:
Ralph Nelson
Lionel Evans:
Charlton Heston
General Schiller:
Maximilian Schell
Annabelle Rice:
Kathryn Hays
Victor Rice:
Leslie Nielsen
Colonel Arndt:
Anton Diffring
Lt Long:
Linden Chiles
Sgt Calloway:
Pete Masterson
Capt Klingerman:
Curt Lowens
Dorothy:
Neva Patterson
Tartzoff:
Cyril Delevanti
Jordon:
Gregory Morton
Hook:
Parley Baer
Chaminant:
Dan Drazer
Prescott:
Ed Peck

Pinchas Zukerman is one of the world's greatest violinists. This film traces his development from his birth in Israel in 1948 to his current association with the English Chamber Orchestra as soloist/conductor. It includes tape recordings from the age of nine, and film performances from the age of 19, including his official New York debut. Filmed in Spoleto, Tel Aviv, Copenhagen, New York, London and Munich. With music by Bach, Corelli, Mozart, Wieniawsky, Beethoven, Telemann, Schumann, Mendelssohn, Schubert and Vivaldi.
An Allegro Film

(Mozart's Symphony No 29 and the fourth Violin Concerto from the concert in Munich will be on BBC2 15 June)

Contributors

Subject:
Pinchas Zukerman
Lighting Cameraman:
David Findlay
Film Editor:
Peter Day
Executive Producer:
Mike Wooller
Writer/Director:
Christopher Nupen

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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