(Interval: 1.0-2.0 pm)
The best of the week's film from all over the world, together with other subjects of interest.
For the deaf and hard of hearing a commentary appears visually.
Presented by Michael de Morgan
The young Korean violinist plays Mendelssohn Violin Concerto
with the London Symphony Orchestra, leader John Georgiadis, conductor Andre Previn.
The programme also includes:
Brahms Variations on the St Anthony Chorale
Introduced by Michael Flanders
(First shown on BBC1)
(Radio Times People: page 5)
Graceful white horses, dangerous black bulls, the vivid colours of Provencal costumes and exotic birds: all are part of the romance of this wild region.
But the pressures of the 20th century are on, and this year a major decision is being made as to whether the Camargue can still remain a Mecca for the bird-watcher and an invaluable place for research.
Commentary by Anthony Smith
by George Eliot
Dramatised in six parts by Alexander Baron.
Starring Robert Hardy and introducing Martha Henry
Gwendolen Harleth is the only child of Mrs Davilow's first marriage. After the death of her second husband, Mrs Davilow has decided to take her family and live near her sister, Mrs Gascoigne.
"Drums and percussion of every kind are the beginning of everything in music."
A film portrait of Albert Parsons, proprietor of a small instrument factory in the mid-Wales town of Rhaeadr: here he made the J. Arthur Rank gong, timpani for the Halle Orchestra, tambourines for the Salvation Army, and the biggest drum in the world for America.
Starring The Mitchell Minstrels
featuring Dai Francis, Margaret Savage, Ted Darling, Andy Cole, Les Rawlings
with The Television Toppers
(The Black and White Minstrels are appearing at the Victoria Palace, London, and the Theatre Royal, Newcastle)
A last look at the week by Line-Up with James Cameron, Kenny Everett, Roy Hudd, Clive James ...and others.