Slum Clearance and Rehousing
The help and guidance provided by organisations like the Community Development Project in Saltley, Birmingham
Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Director ASHOK RAMPAL (Birmingham)
A series of 20 programmes 19: A vos marques ... Le sport en France
Presented by MICHAEL BIRKETT
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES ‡
Books 50p each, from bookshops
A series of 25 programmes
19: 0 je! Das sind meine! with LIANE RUDOLPH , PETRA SCHROEDER JURGEN ANDERSEN , LUTZ UEBELT
Written by CORINNA SCHNABEL
Teaching adviser ANTONY PECK Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI
(Repeated: Wed 12.5 pm. Sat 10.25 am) Radio programme today at 3.0. R4 VHF Books 1 and 2 (same title) 75p each; records 1 and 2, 11.40 each; cassette 1,
11.73; cassette 2, £1.83, from bookshops
The Strolling Players
LEONARD PEARCEY looks at two travelling shows with a Christian purpose: A Crack in Time with DONALD SWANN and his Singers; Ring of Hands With SYLVIA READ and WILLIAM FRY of Theatre Roundabout
From St Andrew 's Parish Church, Wimbledon. Producer R. T. BROOKS
Ninth of 20 programmes
ROY HUDD and IRENE THOMAS visit Arbury Hall , Warwicks, which for nearly 400 years has been the home of the Newdegate family.
Producer BRIGIT BARRY
Executive producer SHEILA INNES (Repeated: Thursday 12.25 pm)
Ten programmes for men and women thinking of changing jobs in mid-career. 9: A Job for Life?
Presented by JOHN TIMPSON
Director ANNA JACKSON Producer BRYN BROOKS
Book (same title) £1.50, from bookshops
Ten programmes for player, coach and spectator 9: Back Play
Introduced by DAVID VINE With RAY WILLIAMS
(Welsh Rugby Union) and DON RUTHERFORD
(Rugby Football Union) and students from the Cardiff College of Education
Director JOHN RICKWARD Producer JOHN DOBSON
Introduced by DAVID RICHARDSON Health and Safety
Agriculture's record is one of the worst. Why? Is legislation the answer?
Producer JOHN KENYON (Birmingham)
Weather for farmers
A series of 20 programmes
A weekly look at the pleasures and problems of raising a family. 9: Jason and Eloise- The First Five Years
Five years ago Jason and Eloise were born in the same week in the same hospital. Jason was a first child - Eloise the fourth. This week we follow them through the experiences of their second year.
Producer EURFRON GWYNNE JONES
(Repeated: Monday BBC2 7.5 pm)
With MAGGIE HENDERSON and FRED HARRIS
Music by PETER GOSLING and DAVE MOSES Written and produced by MICHAEL COLE Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
from Colorado Springs, USA The Ladies' Championship
CHRISTINE ERRATH of East Germany, the defending champion, only managed to beat Dianne de Leeuw of Holland in the final stages of the free skating in last month's European Championship. So there is considerable speculation that in this year's World Championship event she could lose her title to DOROTHY HAMILL , the brilliant American free skater. Commentator ALAN WEEKS
Television presentation bv the American Broadcasting Company
A 26-part history
26: ... and we were young
(A. E. HOUSMAN )
Written by JOHN TERRAINE With the voices of and MARIUS GORING
CYRIL LUCKHAM , SEBASTIAN SHAW
Producers TONY ESSEX . GORDON WATKINS
Series produced in collaboration with The Imperial War Museum
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Australian Broadcasting Commission
The Royal Tour of Mexico
JOHN HUMPHRYS reports on the visit by The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh, and looks at Mexico - past and present. Britain's links with Mexico go back to the 1900s, when British know-how helped exploit Mexican oil and build the railways. Today Britain does more business with Mexico than any other country outside the United States of America.
Producer GEORGE WALKER
Part 1: This is an opportunity for viewers to preview this year's entries in the Eurovision Song Contest to be held on 22 March in Stockholm.
Introduced by Pete Murray
Presented by STEWART MORRIS Part 2: next Sunday
Valerie Singleton presents her impressions of happenings yesterday and today on six islands which range from the mysterious and exotic Orient to the quiet beauty of the Highlands.
1: Hong Kong. Valerie visits the Water People whose ancestors never set foot on land; explores a walled city whose inhabitants are all descended from a princess; and delves into the mysteries of Chinese medicine.
Film cameraman KEN WESTBURY Sound recordist JOHN GATLAND Film editor LES NEWMAN Producer EDWARD BARNES
Two paperbacks (same title): Hong Kong and Malta, 40p; Isles of Skye, Man, and Wight, 40p; from bookshops
by ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
dramatised in six parts by MARTIN WORTH
A superb storyteller, a master of mystery and suspense: 'R.L.S.' was both, and in this gripping novel set in 18th-century Scotland, dealing with the bitter, lifelong feud of two brothers, he is at the peak of his powers.
Costume designer REG SAMUEL
Script editor ALISTAIR BELL
Designer GRAHAM OAKLEY
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE
Director FIONA CUMMING
Col Francis Burke:
post that mentions
Fourth of six films outlining the range of religious experience. Karate
TERRY DUKES , the subject of tonight's film, is a young Londoner who has chosen the Buddhist way. He is now known as OSENSEI NAGABOSHI As a student of karate for 14 year* he says, ' In karate the real opponent is yourself, and the battleground is inside you.'
Film editor MICHAEL FOALE Producer BILL YOUNG
with local school and college choirs from St Giles Church, Reading.
Introduced by MARTIN MUNCASTER
0 worship the King (Hanover)
Soldiers of Christ arise (Strength to strength
Lord of all hopefulness (Slane) Ride the chariot
All creatures of our God and King 1 Easter Alleluya) Be merry
Glad that I live am I (Water-end) 0 brother man (Intercessor) The blackbird song Let Christians all
Children go where I send thee Let all the world
Alleluya sing to Jesus (Hyfrydol)
Conductor BRYN WILLIAMS OrganistROY NASH
Prayer and Blessing by REV DR RONALD ASHMAN
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
starring David McCallum Dan O'Herlihy
Jack Hedley , Bernard Hepton with Paul Chapman
Richard Heffer , Hans Meyer Death Sentence by N. J. CRISP
As the German Army retreats before the Allies the fate of the prisoners in Colditz becomes increasingly uncertain.
Cast in order of appearance:
Series devised by BRIAN DEGAS and GERARD GLAISTER Designer KEITH CHEETHAM
Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director PETER CREGEEN â€¡
Capt Tim Downing:
Flt-Lt Simon Carter:
Capt George Brent:
Sqdn-Ldr Tony Shaw:
Lt-Col Max Dodd:
Lt-Col John Preston:
Starring Roger Moore, Martha Hyer, Alexis Kanner, Claudie Lange
When advertising executive Gary Fenn is assigned to a new campaign to promote cosmetics, he finds that Maria, the girl he is to work with, has disappeared.
This Week's Films: page 13
Sir Charles Moberley:
with Peter Woods ; Weather
The first of three Omnibus films about the transatlantic take-over of our popular song and dance.
From nowhere but the United States could such have sprung. It is the music of the hustler and the feverishly active speculator, brimming with life.
That was how The Times described the American ' ragtime ' that was sweeping through Britain in 1913. This ragtime was the latest in a long series of sensations from the USA. We had already been beguiled by the plantation melodies of the Minstrels, bowled over by the city songs of New York's Tin Pan Alley, galvanised by such dances as the cake-walk and the turkey trot.
After ragtime came the foxtrot and something called ' the blues.' By the end of World War I, ' jazz ' was on the horizon and, in the words of Noel Coward , ' the American victory was a fait accompli.'
How did they do it? And why did we fall so easily? Narrator Ian Holm
Film editor PETER WEST
Executive producer MIKE WOOLLER
Written/produced by GEOFFREY HAYDON
A series of five programmes 4: All for the Cure
To take the waters in Baden Baden or Bad Pyrmont was once the occupation of Kings, Tsars and Emperors. In today's modernised spas the Volkswagen worker goes for a four-week ' cure' The willingness of West Germans to pay for health is reflected in all aspects of medicine.
Narrator FRANK WINDSOR
Producer DAVID CORDINGLET