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A programme of music and dance items featuring S.D. Batish
Iqbal Ahmed, Saadat Ashzaf
Suman Kalyanpur and The Sathies and a review of recent news
Produced and presented by Mahendra Kaul
Director Ashok Rampal (Birmingham)
(Repeated: Wednesday BBC2 10.35 am)

Contributors

Unknown:
D. Batish
Unknown:
Iqbal Ahmed
Unknown:
Saadat Ashzaf
Unknown:
Suman Kalyanpur
Presented By:
Mahendra Kaul
Director:
Ashok Rampal

Let's Make a Musical
Stokesley County Primary School, near Middlesbrough, has a way of involving everybody in re-telling histories and fables with a religious point. In this film we see something of the process and of the product.
With PETER CANWELL , JOAN BAXTER GORDON RUSK , NIGEL SNOW
Producer R. T. BROOKS

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Canwell
Unknown:
Joan Baxter
Unknown:
Gordon Rusk
Producer:
R. T. Brooks

Introduced by PHILIP WRIXON School for Gun Dogs
FRANK CLITHEROE is a trainer of champions; his dogs show incredible intelligence, absolute obedience and a good deal of affection.
Producer JOHN KENYON {Birmingham)
Weather for farmers with JACK SCOTT and BILL GILES

Contributors

Introduced By:
Philip Wrixon
Unknown:
Frank Clitheroe
Producer:
John Kenyon
Unknown:
Jack Scott
Unknown:
Bill Giles

Ten personal views on the environment
10: We shape our buildings and our buildings shape us by TERENCE LEE
' Should we try to control people by controlling their environments? I think it is not only possible and proper, but inevitable.'
The Professor of Psychology at Surrey University suggests how we could avoid many of our previous mistakes and use new experimental knowledge positively.
Producer MICHAEL GARROD

Contributors

Unknown:
Terence Lee
Producer:
Michael Garrod

with Cliff Michelmore and Jeanne la Chard
A programme for explorers, adventurers and men and women facing challenge, risk and the unknown.
David Fanshawe , musician extraordinary who went on a musical pilgrimage around Africa and came back with a Mass, African Sanctus, which created a sensation. Julian Grant , who tackled the round-Australia endurance record on a motor-bike for a E10,000 bet ... and never got the cash.
Director jim MURRAY
Producer BOB SAUNDERS Editor PETER CHAFER

Contributors

Unknown:
Cliff Michelmore
Unknown:
David Fanshawe
Unknown:
Julian Grant
Director:
Jim Murray
Producer:
Bob Saunders
Editor:
Peter Chafer

A Western adventure series featuring Hannibal Heyes and Jed ' Kid ' Curry, two of the roughest, toughest - nicest and kindest - outlaws who ever rode the West starring and with guest stars Keenan Wvnn
Ed Nelson , William Smith
What Happened at the Xst?
Smith and Jones arrive in a Wyoming town to meet an old friend, Artie Gorman , who needs their help in some mysterious venture. Not unnaturally the boys are surprised and hurt when, in spite of their exemplary behaviour, it is made very clear that they are not welcome in the town ...
IFirst shown on BBC2)

Contributors

Unknown:
Keenan Wvnn
Unknown:
Ed Nelson
Unknown:
William Smith
Unknown:
Artie Gorman
Jones:
Ben Murphy
Smith:
Roger Davis

from the All England
Jumping Course, Hickstead featuring the 1975 British Jumping Derby for the w.d. & H.O. Wills Gold Trophy (Holder Harvey Smith : Salvador). This classic equestrian competition, first staged in 1961, has become recognised as the Blue Riband of world jumping. In the 15 years since its inception, only 11 magnificent horses have jumped clear rounds, two of them achieving this feat last year when Salvador (HARVEY SMITH ) and Buttevant Boy (GRAHAM FLETCHER ) were involved in one of the Derby's very rare jumps-off against the clock. Introduced by DAVID VINE Commentators
DORIAN WILLIAMS and RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD
Television presentation fred VINER

Contributors

Unknown:
Harvey Smith
Unknown:
Harvey Smith
Unknown:
Graham Fletcher
Introduced By:
David Vine
Unknown:
Dorian Williams
Unknown:
Raymond Brooks-Ward

Knowing how widely eye-witness accounts differ even today, can we -with any degree of certainty-get at the facts of Ancient History?
M. I. Finley , Professor of Ancient History at Cambridge, talks to Oliver Hunkin describing how a historian collects his evidence, but confessing to a nagging voice that he may have got it wrong.
Director SIMON WADLEIGH
(An extract from this programme will be in THE LISTENER of 21 August)

Contributors

Unknown:
M. I. Finley
Unknown:
Oliver Hunkin
Director:
Simon Wadleigh

appeals on behalf of the National Association of Boys' Clubs
Nearly 2.000 clubs throughout Great Britain provide opportunities for boys to pursue a wide range of activities and learn skills under expert leadership.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: [address removed].

Contributors

Unknown:
Jimmy Hill

A personal selection of hymns and songs taken from recent Songs of Praise programmes, recorded in churches and chapels throughout Britain.
Introduced this week by Andrew Cruickshank
Director MICHAEL SHOESMITH Producer STEWART CROSS (Manchester)

Contributors

Unknown:
Andrew Cruickshank
Director:
Michael Shoesmith

by Jesse Laskey and Pat Silver
A series in 13 parts starring Jon Finch, John Castle, Evin Crowley
and Vincent Ball, Brian Blain, Sandra Lee Patterson

An embittered Ben Hall, feeling that he has nothing left to lose but his life, joins bushranger Frank Gardiner and his gang to hold up the gold coach at The Rock.

Filmed in Australia in association with the Australian Broadcasting Commission

Contributors

Writer:
Jesse Laskey
Writer:
Pat Silver
Music:
Bruce Smeeton
Script Editor:
Colin Free
Designer:
Bernard Liides
Producer:
Neil McCallum
Director:
Don Chaffey
Ben Hall:
Jon Finch
Frank Gardiner:
John Castle
Biddy Hall:
Evin Crowley
Sgt Garland:
Vincent Ball
Sir Frederick Pottinger:
Brian Blain
Kate Owen:
Sandra Lee Patterson
Johnny Gilbert:
John Orscik
Jack Taylor:
Alister Smart
Walsh:
Tom Farley
Ma Walsh:
Ruth Cracknell
George Owen:
Ian Dyson
McGuire:
Alfred Bell
Alex Fordyce:
Martin Phelan
Helen:
Diana McLean
Johnny Bow:
Vince Martin
Daley:
Paul Bertram
Dargin:
Jack Charles
Big Jim:
John Ewart
Long Tom Coffin:
Tom Oliver
Tinpot Timmins:
John Brunskill
Angela Mitchell:
Elizabeth Alexander
Captain Adams:
Ken Goodlet
Gold Commissioner Mitchell:
Phillip Ross
Trooper Murphy:
Frank Hamilton
Mary Moggs:
Marie Timberey

A season of films starring one of Hollywood's most versatile stars Burt Lancaster tonight starring with Dianne Foster , Diana Lynn
John Mclntire , Walter Matthau Donald MacDonald
In the 1820s, Big Eli Wakefield and his son Little Eli decide to leave their home in Kentucky and strike out for the wide open spaces of Texas. But in the town of Prideville, the big backwoodsman finds himself arrested by the local sheriff and thrown into jail.
Director BURT LANCASTER Films: page 11

Contributors

Unknown:
Burt Lancaster
Unknown:
Dianne Foster
Unknown:
Diana Lynn
Unknown:
John McLntire
Unknown:
Walter Matthau
Unknown:
Donald MacDonald
Unknown:
Little Eli
Director:
Burt Lancaster
Big Eli:
Burt Lancaster
Hannah:
Dianne Foster
Susie:
Diana Lynn
Zack:
John McIntire
Sophie:
Una Merkel
Bodine:
Walter Matthau
Little Eli:
Donald MacDonald

from Nice
The European Cup Final Highlights of the final day of the most important event in the European athletics season.
Every event is contested by world-class athletes and the battle for points will be fierce, particularly between USSR, the holders, and East Germany, the favourites. Events today include the 5000m, 800m, 200m and the 3000m Steeplechase.
Commentators DAVID COLEMAN and RON PICKERING
Television presentation by the French Television Service

Contributors

Commentators:
David Coleman

The third of six visits to the Royal Albert Hall for the 1975 season of Henry Wood Promenade Concerts
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 5 in E minor played by the London Philharmonic Orchestra leader RODNEY FRIEND conducted by Bernard Haitink Introduced by ROBIN RAY
Director ROY TIPPING
(Part of the concert given on 9 August)

Contributors

Unknown:
Royal Albert Hall
Leader:
Rodney Friend
Conducted By:
Bernard Haitink
Introduced By:
Robin Ray
Director:
Roy Tipping

of newspapers, television and radio - those responsible for what we read, see and hear - meet with William Hardcastle , who questions the way they exercise their power, their motives and methods.
Director SIMON WADLEIGH.
Producer ELWYN PARRY-JONES

Contributors

Unknown:
William Hardcastle
Director:
Simon Wadleigh.

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