Story: Inventing Sounds
Written and told by James Blades Presenters:
TONI ARTHUR , DEREK GRIFFITHS i Repeated on BBC1 at 4.0 pm)
Story: Inventing Sounds
starring Madeline Bell with John Paul Jones and The Detroit Emeralds
MADELINE BELL, ex-session singer extraordinary: in one week her voice could be heard on eight of the top 20 records in the hit parade.
Tonight she stars in her own show, with a little help from her friends: world-famous bass guitarist JOHN PAUL JONES and American soul group, THE DETROIT
Sound JOHN DRAKE
Lighting GEOFF LOMAS
Producer MICHAEL BEGG
Reporters: JEREMY JAMES
JEANNE I.A CHARD, JOHN PITMAN JACK PIZZEY, DESMOND WILCOX HAROLD WILLIAMSON
A Fighting Chance
Boxing trainer BILLY HOWICK
This is the story of three boys who are ambitious, talented, and black. Most of the stories we usually hear are concerned with their special problems - bad housing, unemployment, the violence of the ghetto. But many are conquering prejudice and defying prophecies of doom.
ESTHER RANTZEN meets three boys who are, each in their own way, breaking out of the ghetto. PHILIP RAMOCON is a musician. DABS EDUN is a boxer. LEBURN ROSE is head boy of a comprehensive school in London and his ambition is to become a teacher; to succeed simply on the strength of his character and intelligence. All three are determined to make good lives of their own; all three believe they have at least a fighting chance.
Producer ivon DUNKERTON Editor ADAM Cl.APHAM
Barbara of the House of Grebe by THOMAS HARDY dramatised by DAVID MERCER with Joanna McCallum as Barbara Nick Brimble as Edmond Willowes Ben Kingsley as Lord Uplandtowers and Leslie Sands as Sir John Grebe Sheila Allen as Lady Grebe Lord Uplandtowers vows that he will make Barbara his wife. But she has secret plans of her own.
Film cameraman KEN WESTBURY Film editor TONY WOOLLARD Designer PETER KINDRED Producer IRENE SHUBIK Director DAVID JONES
The last of six programmes The Shrub Family
Seven young people and five children live together in an ancient farmhouse surrounded by gardens and fields. They keep goats and chickens and grow most of their own food. In peace with their neighbours and in harmony with each other, they believe they have come close to the ideal of the simple life.
Producer JOHN PERCIVAL
Tony Bilbow presents a round-up of what's going on in the film world including a preview of Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams starring Joanne Woodward. Philip Jenkinson looks at the 50th anniversary season of Warner Bros films which opened tonight at London's National Film Theatre.
Producer BARRY BROWN
Executive producer MIKE FENTIMAN Philip Jenkinson : page 11
Presented by David Holmes with Peter Dorting ; Weather