7.15 The Ethnic Dimension
8.5 Changing Sea Levels
7.15 The Ethnic Dimension
8.5 Changing Sea Levels
with the PLAYBOARD PUPPET THEATRE and CHRISTOPHER LILLICRAP Little Red Hen
Written and directed by judy WHITFIELD Produced by MICHAEL COLE
with songs and stories from DANA and THE BROWN BROTHERS
Today Dana tells about the adventures of Saint Paul, and Wizzy learns how important it is not to give up at the first sign of trouble.
Producer DAVID BROWN
Executive producer STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Manchester
Views on matters of social, cultural and political concern or conflict as expressed by young Asians and youth workers in Manchester. Presented and produced by SALEEM SHAHED
Director KRISHAN GOULD. BBC Birmingham
Nepal on the Potter's Wheel - a film made by SVENSK TONFILM for the United Mission to Nepal; followed by a discussion in which ROSEMARY HARTILL talks to THE REV ALAN EASTER from the Baptist Missionary Society, one of the societies involved in the United Mission, about some of the points raised by the film.
Producer MICHAEL WOOD
with PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers JACK SCOTT
Spindle and Shuttle
The spinner or weaver working on his own at his own speed gave way to mills sited to take advantage of water. These were superseded by factory towns dependent on cheap coal and cheap labour. In the fourth of eight films ANTHONY BURTON visits a weaver in Wales, a mill museum near Wilmslow and Huddersfield.
Producer SUSANNE DAVIES
Series producer MICHAEL GARROD
A season of films starring Errol Flynn with Bette Davis
Anita Louise , Ian Hunter
The Elliott girls are the belles of Silver Bow, Montana, so everyone is astonished when Louise elopes with a penniless sports writer from San Francisco ...
The character of an ineffectual, hard-drinking newspaperman was a welcome change from his usual romantic hero roles for Errol Flynn , and he made the most of this acting opportunity.
Screenplay by MILTON krims , based on the novel by MYRON BRINIG Produced by HAL b. WALLIS Directed by ANATOLE LITVAK
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from Hickstead featuring
The Lambert and Butler t Jumping Derby
One of the most famous and demanding jumping events in the British calendar. In the 18-year history of the Hickstead Derby only 12 horses have jumped clear rounds. Two of these were by Boomerang, ridden by EDDIE MACKEN , who last year completed his fourth consecutive victory. Boomerang has now retired so a new name will collect the winner's prize of £5,250.
Introduced by DAVID VINE
Commentators DORIAN williams
Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
Introduced by Jimmy Hill
Action highlights of three outstanding football league games, plus match analysis and comments. There is also the chance for you to air your views with the Match of the Day team, and Bob Wilson will be searching for unusual and funny stories of the weekend. Commentators JOHN MOTSON
BARRY DAVIES , DESMOND LYNAM
Producers JOHN SHREWSBURY, JOHN WATTS Series producer FRED VINER Editor MIKE MURPHY
Further coverage from Hickstead
by GEORGE ELIOT. Dramatised in eight parts by JAMES ANDREW HALL starring Judy Cornwell , Ray Smith Christopher Blake , Pippa Guard with Jonathan Scott-Taylor and Georgia Slowe
3: Tulliver has failed to solve his financial problems and the head-strong Maggie has decided not to stay with the gypsies.
Music composed by KENYON EMRYS-ROBERTS Producer BARRY LETTS
Director RONALD WILSON
with John Edmunds ; Weatherman
A series of six programmes in which people give firsthand accounts of something that has real Personal significance for them. 4: A Window in Your Home
Dr Cicely Saunders recalls a remarkable understanding with a Patient during the last three weeks of his life and how he and others inspired and helped her to create St Christopher's Hospice.
Producer JOHN WILCOX
with Roy Mason
One of the most engaging characters in the Labour Shadow Cabinet, ROY MASON , has been MP for Barnsley since he was 28, when he became the miners candidate. He, himself, was a miner from the age of 14, and today he talks to Sue MacGregor about his life and his passion for his life s work in parliament. DODWORTH COLLIERY BRASS BAND and the JOHN BATE SINGERS play and sing some of his favourite hymns.
All people that on earth do dwell (Old
100th); Through the night of doubt and sorrow (Marching); The Lords my shepherd (Crimond); Belmont; Onward
Christian soldiers (St Gertrude); Jesu Joy of man's desiring (Bach); God so loved the world (Stainer)
Researcher CAROLINE GODLEY Film director INGRID DUFFELL Studio director JIM MURRAY Producer ELIZABETH GORT
starring Raquel Welch with Bradford Dillman, Nick Mancuso Montana 1874: forced to leave her
Blackfoot tribe because she has killed to avenge her husbands death, an Indian woman wanders across the plains until she is taken prisoner by the Sioux. Fortunately she is able to persuade them that her mother was a Sioux, and a new life begins for Walks Far Woman. The rich and colourful lifestyle of Indians still free to roam the hunting grounds of Montana and South Dakota makes an unusual background to this story of a most unusual woman.
Teleplay by EVAN HUNTER , based on the novel by COLIN STUART
Directed by MEL DAMSKI
A ROGER GIMBEL production
(First showing on British television) Films: page 15
Written by KELLY MONTEITH and NEIL SHAND , featuring
Gabrielle Drake with DENIS BOND
JACQUELINE CLARKE , CARMEL CRYAN MANDY CUTHBERT , ELLIS DALE
BARRIE COSNEY , BARBARA GRALEY JAYNE LESTER , JAMES LISTER
NORMAN MITCHELL , P. G. STEPHENS
PHILIP TREWINNARD , GRAHAM WYLES
Music composed by RONNIE HAZLEHURST Directed by STANLEY APPEL Produced by JAMES MOIR
by VERA BRITTAIN
An autobiography 1913-25 Dramatised in five parts by ELAINE MORGAN
4: 1917. Vera was nursing in Malta when news came that Victor was blinded and Geoffrey killed in France. She returned to England determined to marry Victor, but his condition suddenly worsened.
Poetry spoken by GARY WATSON
Music composed and conducted by GEOFFREY EURGON
Producer JONATHAN POWELL
Directed by MOIRA ARMSTRONG
In the third of this series of Henry Wood Promenade Concerts recorded at the Royal Albert Hall , London, Colin Davis conducts the London Symphony Orchestra leader MICHAEL DAVIS in the first performance of Michael Tippett 's Concerto for violin, viola, cello and orchestra, with Gyorgy Pauk (violin)
Nabuko Imai (viola) and Ralph Kirshbaum (cello)
The programme also includes the tone poem En Saga by Sibelius Introduced by ROBERT TEAR
Lighting BERT OATEN. Sound VIC GODRICH Executive producer RODNEY GREENBERG Director PETER BUTLER
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