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The Word - a Journey through John's Gospel. 2: The Real Meaning From Bethany Baptist Church, Rhiwbina, Cardiff
Conducted by the Minister THE REV GWYNFRYN THOMAS Singer GARTH HEWITT Preacher
THE REV PROF NEVILLE CLARK
Readings:
Isaiah 48, w 8-13; 1 John 1, vv 1-3
Hymns: Round the Lord In glory seated (Sanctus); Master, speak! Thy servant heareth (Magister); And didst thou love the race (Artavta); Guide me, o thou great Jehovah (Cwm Rhondda) Sound FRANK PRENDERGAST
Lighting JOHN EYNON
TV presentation JOHN GERAINT. BBC Wales

Contributors

Singer:
Gwynfryn Thomas
Singer:
Garth Hewitt
Unknown:
Prof Neville Clark
Unknown:
Frank Prendergast
Unknown:
John Eynon
Unknown:
John Geraint.

PURSHOTAM VADHER , who became blind at the age of seven, has coped with his disability admirably. Asian Magazine cameras follow him as he goes about his daily routine, and YOUSUF AZIZ talks to him about his problems.
There will also be a song by the famous Indian singer YESUDAS.
Producer KRISHAN GOULD
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL
BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown:
Purshotam Vadher
Talks:
Yousuf Aziz
Producer:
Krishan Gould
Producer:
Ashok Rampal

A series of 12 programmes 10: Graphs (2)
Presenter LAURIE BUXTON (Inner London Education Authority)
Director PATRICK TITLEY
Producer ROBERT CLAMP

Contributors

Presenter:
Laurie Buxton
Director:
Patrick Titley
Producer:
Robert Clamp

Ten more programmes which aim to help mentally-handicapped people. Presented by BRIAN RIX
1: Let's Make Up Our Minds How to make decisions
Assistant producer ANNE O'DWYER Producer CHARLES PASCOE
(Brian Rix takes part in Mental Handicap on Tuesday Call, R4 at 9.5 am)

Contributors

Unknown:
Brian Rix
Producer:
Anne O'Dwyer
Producer:
Charles Pascoe
Unknown:
Brian Rix

A weekly programme for people with hearing problems. Introduced by MAGGIE WOOLLEY , PADDY LADD and JOHN LEE
Produced by PETER DUNKLEY
( Repeated tomorrow at 3.0 pm)

Contributors

Introduced By:
Maggie Woolley
Introduced By:
Paddy Ladd
Introduced By:
John Lee
Produced By:
Peter Dunkley

How to avoid the perils of video playbacks in the classroom or youth club and how to improve the chances of getting a good follow-up discussion.

Drama sketches with Jon Glover
Introduced by Bill Pasquerella

Contributors

Presenter:
Bill Pasquerella
[Actor]:
Jon Glover
Director:
Chris Lent
Producer:
Tony Matthews

Regional Variations (2)

Landward

BBC One Scotland

With PHILIP WRIXON
DAN CHERRINGTON and BARRY WILSON
Producers PHILIP HICKS , KEN POLLOCK Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
Weather for farmers JACK SCOTT

Contributors

Unknown:
Philip Wrixon
Unknown:
Dan Cherrington
Unknown:
Barry Wilson
Producers:
Philip Hicks
Producers:
Ken Pollock
Producer:
John Kenyon
Unknown:
Jack Scott

Regional Variations (2)

Agenda

BBC One Scotland

The first of ten programmes on survival and success in small business. Flowers and Things
A look at the problems faced by ISOBEL BARNES in building up her flowers and plants business in Herts. Business Club chairman IAN MCNAUGHT-DAVIS reflects on the lessons of her experience with JAMES DYSON , who runs business courses in the North East.
Film editor PAUL SINCLAIR Director GEOFF GRIFFITHS Producer JOHN TWITCHlN
(fiepeoted tomorrow on BBC2, 10.10 am)

Contributors

Unknown:
Isobel Barnes
Unknown:
James Dyson
Editor:
Paul Sinclair
Director:
Geoff Griffiths
Producer:
John Twitchln

Regional Variations (2)

Sports Line-Up

BBC One Wales

The Barratt World Doubles Championship from the Royal Albert Hall, London
The Final
Live coverage of one of the most exciting tennis events in the calendar. The final of this event has always produced spectacular tennis, and the special atmosphere of the Royal Albert Hall should stimulate players and spectators. Introduced by Desmond Lynam

Contributors

Introduced by:
Desmond Lynam
Commentator:
Dan Maskell
Commentator:
John Barrett
Commentator:
Mark Cox
Producer:
Johnnie Watherston
Producer:
Alastair Scott

Regional Variations (2)

Sportscene

BBC One Scotland

Introduced by Jimmy Hill
Featuring highlights of three matches from the Third Round of the FA Cup.
Commentators
JOHN MOTSON , BARRY DAVIES and ALAN PARRY
Plus all the weekend's latest football news from
BOB WILSON and TONY GUBBA
Producers JOHN SHREWSBURY, JOHN PHILIPS and ROGER MOODY
Series producer FRED VINER Editor COB ABRAHAMS

Contributors

Introduced By:
Jimmy Hill
Unknown:
John Motson
Unknown:
Barry Davies
Unknown:
Alan Parry
Unknown:
Bob Wilson
Unknown:
Tony Gubba
Producer:
Fred Viner

Regional Variations (2)

The Good Life

Series 1

Episode 2: Say Little Hen...?

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

Sitcom following a couple attempts at self-sufficiency in Surbiton. The Goods introduce livestock into Surbiton to the apprehension of their neighbours. Show more

Contributors

Barbara Good:
Felicity Kendal
Margo Leadbetter:
Penelope Keith
Jerry Leadbetter:
Paul Eddington

Introduced by Cliff Michelmore
The easygoing style of a Club MediterranSe holiday has been featured in past programmes, but when she went to the Tunisian island of Djerba. Anne Gregg found some variations on the old theme. Good food with free wine, plenty of activities-that much of the mixture is as before. But there's a change in standards of accommodation and a holiday to appeal to ' young people of all ages '. Interlaken, in Switzerland, is a first-class base for a holiday touring the Bernese Oberland, a centre for all manner of excursions, using lake steamers, cable cars and other forms of transport. Cliff Michelmore reports on the attractions of the picturesque resort and its surroundings.
For the second of her reports on weekend breaks in Britain, Sarah Kennedy travels to Ludlow.
In the studio, the latest news and information from the travel front.
Film cameraman CHRIS SADLER Executive producer TOM SAVAGE Producer COLIN STRONG

Contributors

Introduced By:
Cliff Michelmore
Unknown:
Cliff Michelmore
Unknown:
Sarah Kennedy
Unknown:
Chris Sadler

for Epiphany from Exeter Cathedral . Nearly 1,000 children, with their own orchestra, percussion and rock groups, sing carols and hymns for Epiphany. They talk to Geoffrey Wheeler about school life and Christmas term projects.
Conductor ANTONY LE FLEMING OrganistPAUL MORGAN
Film director SIMON HAMMOND ProducerELIZABETH GORT
Series producer JIM MURRAY
(For hymns see Tuesday at 3.5 pm)

Contributors

Unknown:
Geoffrey Wheeler
Conductor:
Antony Le Fleming
Organist:
Paul Morgan
Director:
Simon Hammond
Producer:
Elizabeth Gort
Producer:
Jim Murray

Regional Variations (2)

Hi-de-Hi!

BBC One London

Hi-de-Hi!

Series 4

Episode 5: Sing You Sinners

Duration: 31 minutes

on BBC One London

Owing to the departure of the local vicar, Jeffrey Fairbrother finds himself conducting the Sunday half-hour. When he makes a hash of it, Ted takes over.

Contributors

Jeffrey Fairbrother:
Simon Cadell
Ted Bovis:
Paul Shane
Gladys Pugh:
Ruth Madoc
Spike Dixon:
Jeffrey Holland
Mr Partridge:
Leslie Dwyer
Fred Quilly:
Felix Bowness
Yvonne Stuart-Hargreaves:
Diane Holland
Barry Stuart-Hargreaves:
Barry Howard
Peggy Ollerenshaw:
Su Pollard
Reverend Fulljames:
James Ottaway

by Terence Brady and Charlotte Bingham
A series in ten parts starring Wendy Craig
Barbara and Sam have been happily married for 18 months, but memories of the past still occasionally disrupt their life together and events in the world around them are about to take a drastic turn.

Contributors

Writer:
Terence Brady
Writer:
Charlotte Bingham
Music composed and conducted by:
Grant Hossack
Designer:
Margaret Peacock
Producer:
Bernard Krichefski
Director:
Derek Lister
Nanny Barbara Tavener:
Wendy Craig
The Duchess of Broughton:
Jane Booker
Sam Tavener:
David Burke
Tilly Wilcox:
Natalie Forbes
Phipps:
Michael Lees
Twomey:
Jim Norton
The Duke of Broughton:
John Quayle
Lillian Birkwith:
Jayne Lester
Lord Henry:
James Hossack
Lady Elizabeth:
Jemima Laing
Mary:
Jackie Downey
Bloss:
Valentine Dyall
Dr Elder:
John Bryans
Vicar:
Hugh Latimer
Man in pub:
David Pugh
Young mother:
Rachel Laurence
Grandmother:
Marjorie Sudell
Colone:
Reg Thomason

with Magnus Magnusson

Tonight Mastermind enters its second decade and during the coming weeks 48 new contestants will be competing to win television's most prestigious quiz title.
They come from every part of Britain, their ages range from 22 to 65 and their occupations include a naval officer, a tube train driver, a doctor, a brewery clerk, a bank manager and a vet.

The first four contenders pit their wits against each other at the Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester.

Geraldine Gregg-Smith, Education welfare officer - Novels of Evelyn Waugh
Christopher Price, Civil servant - Novels of the Bronte Sisters
Kathryn Tyson, Civil servant - Shakespeare's tragic heroes
Diggory Seacome, Schoolmaster - Percussion playing from 1700

Contributors

Presenter:
Magnus Magnusson
Contender:
Geraldine Gregg-Smith
Contender:
Christopher Price
Contender:
Kathryn Tyson
Contender:
Diggory Seacome
Director:
Laurence Vulliamy
Producer:
Roger MacKay

A series in ten parts starring John Nettles in A Message for the Rich by ROBERT BANKS STEWART with Terence Alexander and Celia Imrie and featuring
Deborah Grant , Sean Arnold
Annette Badland and Mela White Special guest stars
Dandy Nichols and Philip Davis
Mrs Honeyman is an ardent reader of thriller novels, but real-life crime can often spring more surprises than a paperback plot.
Theme composed by GEORGE FENTON Film editor BERNARD ASHBY Designer PHIL ROBERSON Photography
KENNETH MACMILLAN Produced by ROBERT BANKS STEWART Directed by ALAN GRINT
Subtitles on Ceefax page 170

Contributors

Unknown:
John Nettles
Unknown:
Terence Alexander
Unknown:
Celia Imrie
Unknown:
Deborah Grant
Unknown:
Sean Arnold
Unknown:
Annette Badland
Unknown:
Dandy Nichols
Unknown:
Philip Davis
Unknown:
Mrs Honeyman
Composed By:
George Fenton
Editor:
Bernard Ashby
Designer:
Phil Roberson
Unknown:
Kenneth MacMillan
Produced By:
Robert Banks Stewart
Directed By:
Alan Grint
Jim Bergerac:
John Nettles
Charles Hungerford:
Terence Alexander
Crozier:
Sean Arnold
Charlotte:
Annette Badland
Diamante Lil:
Mela White
Marianne Bellshade:
Celia Imrie
'Horatio' Nelson:
Kevin Stoney
Det Con Wilson:
Geoffrey Leesley
Kim:
Lindsay Heath
Deborah:
Deborah Grant
Roger Dubree:
Geoffrey Davies
Mrs Honeyman:
Dandy Nichols
Eric:
Philip Davis
Le Fresnais:
Norman Jones
Jeweller:
Robin MacIntyre
Dorinda:
Jennifer Guy
PT instructor:
Keith Barnes
Lt-General:
John McGregor
Joe:
Stan Pretty

Regional Variations (2)

Music Makers

BBC One Wales

The last of five programmes
How Britain's decline might be halted and reversed - a personal view by Ralf Dahrendorf , Director of the London School of Economics. The Future
Britain's politicians seem for the most part to be stuck in yesterday's world, their answers to the nation's problems to be yesterday's answers. But the world has changed and new ways forward must be found.
Nor is there any need to believe the doomsters who ' write off ' this country. Indeed Britain may well be more strongly placed than envied rivals like Japan or Germany to cope with the challenges of the future.
Film editor su WYATT
Film director TIM COPESTAKE
Series producer ADRIAN MILNE

Contributors

Unknown:
Ralf Dahrendorf
Producer:
Adrian Milne

Eric Robson presents the magazine programme which explores the moral and religious issues in the week's headlines.
Rosemary Hartlll , the BBC's Religious Affairs Correspondent, analyses the week's religious news, and the regular Sunday Night review looks at what's happening in the world of the arts.
Director FRANCES GIFFORD Producer JOHN WILCOX Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE

Contributors

Unknown:
Eric Robson
Unknown:
Rosemary Hartlll
Director:
Frances Gifford
Producer:
John Wilcox
Editor:
Stephen Whittle

The Winter Sky
The winter stars are more brilliant than those of any other season. Orion dominates the scene, together with his brilliant retinue. Two particularly interesting stars are visible; the Twins, Castor and Pollux - Pollux an orange giant and Castor a sort of stellar family, made up of no fewer than six sans. Patrick Moore talks about these unusual stars and gives the latest news about developments at the new observatory in La Palma and about the approach of Halley's Comet.
Producer PIETER MORPURGO

Contributors

Talks:
Patrick Moore
Producer:
Pieter Morpurgo

The Barratt World
Doubles Championship from the Royal Albert Hall , London
DESMOND LYNAM introduces highlights of this afternoon's final. Commentators DAN MASKELL
JOHN BARRETT , MARK COX

Contributors

Unknown:
Albert Hall
Commentators:
Dan Maskell
Unknown:
John Barrett

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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