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Sab Ras
A programme of music and dance with a review of recent news. featuring
LAKSHMI SHANKAR , K. K. KHANNA IMART KHAN , DILARA HASHAM and KISHORE KUMAR
Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Birmingham
(Repeated: Wednesday BBC2, 10.35 am)

Contributors

Unknown:
Sab Ras
Unknown:
Lakshmi Shankar
Unknown:
K. K. Khanna
Unknown:
Imart Khan
Presented By:
Mahendra Kaul
Director:
Ashok Rampal

Mr Fussy and Mr Snow by ROGER HARGREAVES
Told by ARTHUR LOWE
Animation TERRY WARD

Contributors

Unknown:
Mr Fussy
Unknown:
Mr Snow
Unknown:
Roger Hargreaves
Told By:
Arthur Lowe
Told By:
Animation Terry Ward

Attention younger viewers:
Suddenly there it was, a gang-shed studio-type place where anything can happen and often does. Then before you could say Mackintosh Mouse , there was J. D. BOFF , TEENA and DODO calling themselves The Sunday Gang and doing the most extraordinary things. BOB WILSON-the famous goalkeeper - is the guest on the first show. ' It's a smashing world God's given us,' they said, ' let's explore ...'
With JOHN DRYDEN , TINA HEATH JILL SHAKESPEARE , GLEN STUART
Script FRANK CHARLES. Music DAVE COOKI Designer PETER BRACIIACKI
Studio director DAVID BROWN Producer NORMAN STONE
Executive producer R. T. BROOKS

Contributors

Unknown:
MacKintosh Mouse
Unknown:
J. D. Boff
Unknown:
John Dryden
Unknown:
Tina Heath
Unknown:
Jill Shakespeare
Unknown:
Glen Stuart
Script:
Frank Charles.
Music:
Dave Cooki
Designer:
Peter Braciiacki
Director:
David Brown
Producer:
Norman Stone
Producer:
R. T. Brooks

A Service of Thanksgiving and Re-dedication
On the 75th anniversary of the opening of the first lifeboat station at Barry, the Bishop of Llandaff, Rt Rev John Poole Hughes , will re-dedicate the two lifeboats Arun and Susan Ashley at the Barry Lifeboat Station.
Director huw BRIAN WILLIAMS Producer JOHN STUART ROBERTS

Contributors

Unknown:
John Poole Hughes
Unknown:
Susan Ashley
Director:
Huw Brian Williams
Producer:
John Stuart Roberts

We Love a Good Drought
After a second dry summer, another chance to see last year's film where Lancashire growers talked to BOB NORMAN about their unique conditions of climate, soil and markets.
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers

Contributors

Unknown:
Bob Norman
Producer:
John Kenyon.

Ten films show how different tribes cope with the problems of life in North America today. 8: How the West was Lost
The resistance of the Plains Indians was finally crushed in 1890 by the massacre at Wounded Knee.
Director NICK GOSLING
Producer BRENDA HORSFIELD

Contributors

Director:
Nick Gosling
Producer:
Brenda Horsfield

A season of films starring the internationally acclaimed British actor. Also starring Samantha Eggar
James Robertson Justice Mylene Demongeot
Simon Sparrow is now Sir Lancelot Spratt's colleague, but his good looks still cause havoc among the opposite sex and get him into the most impossible scrapes.
Director RALPH THOMAS. Films: page 10

Contributors

Unknown:
Samantha Eggar
Unknown:
James Robertson
Unknown:
Mylene Demongeot
Unknown:
Simon Sparrow
Director:
Ralph Thomas.
Simon Sparrow:
Dirk Bogarde
Delia:
Samantha Eggar
Sir Lancelot Spratt:
James Robertson Justice
Sonja:
Mylene Demongeot
Iris:
Barbara Murray
Major French:
Donald Houston
Mrs Parry:
Jessie Evans
Mrs Whittaker:
Ann Lynn
Heilbronn:
Leo McKern
Dr Stewart:
Rodney Cardiff
Blacker:
Dennis Price
Woman passenger:
Fenella Fielding
Genevieve:
Jill Adams
Grimes:
Paul Whitsun Jones

At the end of August every year dancers and singers from all over the world gather in Billingham in the North East of England for what is widely regarded as one of the most colourful and exciting festivals in the world.
More than 500 performers from a dozen countries include representatives from Cuba, Israel, Mexico, Romania, Trinidad and Tobago, USA and Yugoslavia.
Michael Rodd introduces some of the spectacular moments from the 12th Billingham International Folklore Festival.
TV presentation by TONY HARRISON BBC Manchester

Contributors

Presentation By:
Tony Harrison

The last programme in this
British Academy Award-winning series.
10: The Story of Christopher Columbus
who discovered the New World in 1492 Written by JESSE LASKY JR and PAT SILVER Introduced by David Attenborough from the Royal Geographical Society, London
Incredibly, Columbus refused to accept that he had found a new continent. He had set out on his first voyage in the Santa Maria to search for the spices and gold of the Orient. When he reached the shores of the New World he was convinced he had discovered a new route to China. And he carried that belief to his grave.
Today's film tells the little-known story of what really happened to Columbus and his men. From the Royal Court of Spain to the slave camps of the New World, it traces the dramatic decline of a man who made a momentous discovery - but would not accept it.
One of the best films to end a superior series. (DAILY EXPRESS) A fascinating and powerful film.
(YORKSHIRE POST)
Director LAWRENCE GORDON CLARK Producer MICHAEL LATHAM

Contributors

Written By:
Jesse Lasky Jr
Introduced By:
David Attenborough
Director:
Lawrence Gordon Clark
Producer:
Michael Latham

Regional Variations (2)

Guest stars Henry Silva, Pilar Seurat

There's treason in the air when Victoria and Manolito involve the Cannons and the High Chaparral in a struggle for power in Mexico.

(First shown on BBC2)
(Next week: Lorna Doone)

Contributors

Big John Cannon:
Leif Erickson
Buck Cannon:
Cameron Mitchell
Blue:
Mark Slade
Victoria:
Linda Cristal
Manolito:
Henry Darrow
[Actor]:
Henry Silva
[Actress]:
Pilar Seurat

A lively new look at words and letters With DONALD GEE BOB HOSKINS and MARTIN SHAW
Script BARRY TOOK
(Repeated: Thurs 1.5 pm, Sat 10.0 am)
Adults wanting help with reading can ring [number removed] or send their name, address and telephone number to: [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Donald Gee
Unknown:
Bob Hoskins

Regional Variations (2)

The Barry Lifeboats

BBC One Wales

The fourth of six programmes
How does one generation shape the values and outlook of the next? How does the parent recall bringing up the child?
How does the child recall the same process?
Lord Longford and his daughter Judith Kazantzis poet and teacher with Joan Bakewell in the chair
Producer MALCOLM STEWART

Contributors

Unknown:
Judith Kazantzis
Unknown:
Joan Bakewell
Producer:
Malcolm Stewart

A miscellany of music and poetry to praise this world of ours and its Creator for
Who has not found the Heaven below
Will fail of it above.
Introduced by GLYN HOUSTON with WYNFORD EVANS
FATHER FRANCIS ' PORTERHOUSE '
TREGARON SCHOOL CHOIR conductor ETHEL JONES
Musical director BENNY LITCHFIELD Designer MICHAEL WRIGHT Producer JACK WILLIAMS BBC Cj/mru/Wales

Contributors

Introduced By:
Glyn Houston
Unknown:
Wynford Evans
Conductor:
Ethel Jones
Director:
Benny Litchfield
Designer:
Michael Wright
Producer:
Jack Williams

starring William Holden
Alec Guinness , Jack Hawkins with Sessue Hayakawa , James Donald Ann Sears , Geoffrey Home
The epic story of the Japanese ' death railway' of World War II and the men who built it. David Lean 's famous film combines spectacular action sequences with close-ups of the personalities of Col Nicholson of the British Army and Col Saito, his Japanese captor.
Screenplay by PIERRE BOULLE based on his own novel
Director DAVID LEAN. Films: page 10

Contributors

Unknown:
William Holden
Unknown:
Alec Guinness
Unknown:
Jack Hawkins
Unknown:
Sessue Hayakawa
Unknown:
James Donald
Unknown:
Ann Sears
Unknown:
David Lean
Play By:
Pierre Boulle
Shears:
William Holden
Col Nicholson:
Alec Guinness
Major Warden:
Jack Hawkins
Col Saito:
Sessue Hayakawa
Major Clipton:
James Donald
Lt Joyce:
Geoffrey Horne
Col Green:
Andre Morell
Capt Reeves:
Peter Williams
Major Hughes:
John Boxer
Grogan:
Percy Herbert
Baker:
Harold Goodwin
Nurse:
Ann Sears

Regional Variations (2)

Duration: 57 minutes

on BBC One Cambridgeshire

Available for years

First transmitted in 1976, to celebrate the Poet Laureate's 70th birthday, Sir John Betjeman recalls in vivid detail the agonies and the delights of growing up. Show more

Regional Variations (2)

' Medden' Nhw '

BBC One Wales

The fourth of this season's visits to the Henry Wood Proms is a recording of part of the American Programme with Gerald Robbins as soloist in Gershwin's Variations on ' I Got Rhythm ' for piano and orchestra BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Lawrence Foster The programme includes
Copland Four Dance Episodes (Rodeo)
Ives The Fourth of July Sessions Symphony No 8
Introduced by RICHARD BAKER
Director PETER BUTLER

Contributors

Unknown:
Henry Wood Proms
Unknown:
Gerald Robbins
Conducted By:
Lawrence Foster
Introduced By:
Richard Baker
Director:
Peter Butler

BBC One London

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