7.15 St Joan
8.5 Nazi New Order
7.15 St Joan
8.5 Nazi New Order
A magazine for Asian viewers Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Director ASHOK RAMPAL. BBC Birmingham (Repeated: Wednesday, BBC2 10.35 am)
Mr Muddle and Mr Daydream by ROGER HARGREAVES Told by ARTHUR LOWE
Animation TERRY WARD
The story of Jesus told in pictures
Storyteller Ray Smith
Reflections on a Journey
BRIAN MORRIS visits Whithorn, Hex-ham Abbey and the Galilee Chapel of Durham Cathedral.
The first of four programmes in which a traveller speaks of his personal response to some places of Christian significance.
Professor Morris's journey takes him to some of the sites associated with the earliest days of Christianity in these islands, but he reflects on them as places which speak to a 20th-century man about his own faith and his own life.
Producer R. T. BROOKS
with DAVID RICHARDSON
JOHN CHERRINGTON , PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers MICHAEL FISH
The first of a 26-part series about musical instruments, terms, topics. A for Air
IVOR KEYS, Professor of Music at Birmingham University, explains basic tune ' shapes ' with JILL GOMEZ (soprano)
Director IAN HAMILTON
Producer JOHN DOBSON. BBC Bristol
Words and letters
With DONALD GEE
BOB HOSKINS and GAY HAMILTON
Script BARRY TOOK
(Repeated: Thursday 2.0 pm)
Adults wanting help with reading can ring [number removed]or send their name, address and telephone number to: [address removed]
with Brenda Marshall Claude Rains Donald Crisp Flora Robson
A season of films featuring five great Hollywood screen personalities of the 1930s and 1940s.
Among England's great heroes in the reign of Elizabeth I was the Sea Hawk, a Robin Hood of the high seas who plundered Spanish galleons to swell England's coffers.
Director MICHAEL CURTIZ
(Errol Flynn is in The Hollywood Greats, Thurs, 9.25 pm and The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex, F'ri, 10.46 pm)
The Western film series
Starring Leif Erickson as Big John Cannon, Cameron Mitchell as Buck Cannon, Mark Slade as Blue, Linda Cristal as Victoria, Henry Darrow as Manolito
A WARNER BROTHERS cartoon
Captain Cousteau voyages in Calypso to the Antarctic
Beneath the Frozen World
How do you film Antarctic wildlife above and below the freezing sea when your ship is icebound? As a camera platform, an iceberg proves too unstable and dangerous, and the helicopter is too noisy and frightens the animals, so Cousteau tries a risky but romantic hot air balloon.
To descend, his men finally succeed by diving through seal holes in the ice, and there film the abundant and curious creatures in the richest sea in the world.
Narrated by JACQUES COUSTEAU and HUGH FALKUS
A production of LES requins associes and METROMEDIA PRODUCERS CORPORATION BBC Bristol
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
Based on the novel by NOEL STREATFEILD ; dramatised in six parts by JOHN WILES
The three girls have become pupils at the Academy of Dancing. During the Christmas holidays Sylvia receives a telegram from Madame asking her to come and see her at once. Episode 3
Producer JOHN MCRAE
Director TIMOTHY COMBE
Previously transmitted in their entirety as a Play of the Month presentation, The Chester Mystery Plays are being shown again in six weekly episodes.
A production, using the latest television techniques, of the medieval Mystery Cycle first performed in the City of Chester in the 14th century.
Tonight: Part 1 - Fall of Lucifer, The Creation, Adam and Eve
With the following Company: Alun Armstrong, Hilda Braid, Keith Chegwin, Kenneth Colley, Paul Copley, Joe Gladwin, Brian Glover, Fiona Gray, Christopher Guard, Kim Hardy, Christine Hargreaves, Tony Haygarth, James Hazeldine, Ronald Herdman, David Jackson, Philip Jackson, Sam Kelly, Ashley Knight, Kevin Mcnally, John Normington, Antonia Pemberton, Candida Prior, John Quarmby, Helen Raye, Terry Scully, Derek Smith, Nina Thomas, Sophie Ward, Raymond Westwell
THE CHOIR OF NEW COLLEGE, OXFORD Music director DAVID LUMSDEN
Modern English text by MAURICE HUSSEY Music composed and conducted by GUY WOOLFENDEN
Paintings by TOM TAYLOR
BRIAN PIKE , BERNARD BLATCH Producer CEDRIC MESSINA Director PIERS HAGGARD
A series of four programmes Introduced by Thora Hird
In tonight's programme, THORA hird introduces a selection of hymns from the last two years of Songs of Praise.
The theme of tonight's programme is How Can We Praise God?, and Thora. has included hymns from
Cornwall, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland in an attempt to answer that question.
Producer FRANK PAGDEN
(Repeated tomorrow at 3.40 pnO
The seventh of a series of 10 episodes, starring Peter Gilmore in A Hard Life by CYRIL ABRAHAM with Jessica Benton , Howard Lang Brian Rawlinson , Mary Webster Tom Adams and Jill Gascoine
'Those poor emigrants. They're treated like cattle. And everyone exploits them.'
Series devised by CYRIL ABRAHAM Script editor MERVYN HAISMAN Designer DON GILES
Producer GERAINT MORRIS
Director CHRISTOPHER BARRY
starring and When a plot is discovered to assassinate Mahatma Gandhi by a group opposed to his policy of non-violence, there is a desperate race to prevent the crime. In vain the Delhi police chief tries to persuade the great leader to postpone a prayer meeting ...
An international cast stars in Mark Robson 's dramatic film of the events surrounding this 1948 assassination attempt.
Director MARK ROBSON Films: page 10
with Richard Baker
Humphrey Burton introduces part of one of the concerts of British music that opened this year's Jubilee season at the Henry Wood Proms.
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra leader ALAN TRAVERSE conductor Sir Charles Groves
Ralph Kirshbaum (cello)
Malcolm Arnold 's lively Overture: Beckus the Dandipratt opens the concert and is followed by Delius's Fantasy: In a Summer Garden. The young Texas-born RALPH KIRSHBAUM is soloist in one of the most loved of all English works, the Cello Concerto of Elgar.
Lighting CLIVE POTTER. Sound vie GODRICH Director DAVID BUCKTON
Purcell's Hail, bright Cecilia
Who decides how we are informed? George Scott questions the power and privilege of modern communicators - The Editors of newspapers, books and periodicals, radio and television.
Research SALLY HARDCASTLE Director DAVID TAFT
Producer ELWYN PARRY-JONES
BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.
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