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: Gharbar

A magazine aimed at helping Asian families to help themselves.
The series covers subjects of interest and information ... At
Home and Around ... together with illustrated children's stories and music.
In today's programme MEHERANGIZ MUNSIFF, RAJNI KAUL and NAHID NIAZI discuss ' Joint Home Ownership ', DR SABHARWAL talks about the ' Diet for Pregnant Mothers ', and LALITA ahmed tells the story of The Blue Jackal.
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL
An Asian Unit presentation BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Talks: Dr Sabharwal

: Parosi

A series of 26 programmes in Hindustani and English.
The story of two Asian families living in Britain
- the neighbours of Windsor Road. Episode 12
Tutors' booklet £1.10, student booklet £l.50 from bookshops

: Play School

Story: Charlie Needs a Cloak Written by TOMIE DE PAOLA Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft, Johnny Ball

Contributors

Written By: Tomie de Paola
Unknown: Johnny Ball

: Closedown

: News on 2 Headlines

with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2

: The Camera and the Song

The Songs of The Fivepenny Piece Come to Your Tea
Memories - some tears and some laughing. When he comes to tea, it's almost as good as an engagement ring for a Lancashire lass. Lancashire? Yes, but Yorkshire's dun the road, Cheshire across the street and Derbyshire at the bottom of the road.
It was one of the best ways of fusing music and television we have seen. It gave a new dimension to the pop world.
(DAILY EXPRESS)
Photography JOHN MCGLASHAN Producer TONY BROUGHTON

Contributors

Unknown: John McGlashan
Producer: Tony Broughton

: Newsday

Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw present news and opinion with David Sells
Newsreader Peter Woods
Assistant editors
PETER IBBOTSON and MIKE BROADBENT Editor DAVID WITHEROW

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Charlton
Unknown: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: David Sells
Unknown: Newsreader Peter Woods
Unknown: Mike Broadbent
Editor: David Witherow

: The Master Game

International Chess Tournament
Presented by Jeremy James
The second semi-final of this knockout tournament
Larsen v Miles
A most exciting clash between Britain's first Grandmaster, TONY MILES, and Western Europe's No 1 player, BENT LARSEN (Denmark), four times a world-title candidate. Expert analysis by Leonard Barden
Designer JOHN BONE
Director GEOFF WALMSLEY Producer ROBERT TONER

Contributors

Presented By: Jeremy James
Unknown: Leonard Barden
Designer: John Bone
Director: Geoff Walmsley
Producer: Robert Toner

: The Getaways

Four films from the South
3: The Anniversary
At one time the village cricket ground of Broadhalfpenny Down, Hambledon, played host to the greatest names in cricket. In one memorable game, Hambledon beat England by an innings and 168 runs. That was 200 years ago.
To mark the famous victory of 1777 today's village cricketers issued another challenge, and on a glorious summer's afternoon an mcc team came down to play them on that same Hampshire field.
Producer JOHN COLEMAN

Contributors

Producer: John Coleman

: Music for Christmas

Owain Arwel Hughes conducts and introduces a programme of carols and seasonal music with Valerie Masterson
David Rendall
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA
ROYAL CHORAL SOCIETY broadcast simultaneously with Radio 2 from the Central Hall, Westminster
Produced by JOHN VERNON
For the best effect viewers with Stereo Radio 2 should turn off TV sound and position their speakers on either
I side of the screen, but a few feet away. Stereo headphones provide a suitable alternative.

Contributors

Unknown: Owain Arwel Hughes
Unknown: Valerie Masterson
Unknown: David Rendall
Produced By: John Vernon

: Hospital

The last in a series of nine documentary films about the Bolton Area Health Authority. Geriatrics
The story of Belle and Alfred Metcalfe , both in their 80s, and both in the same hospital. He is recovering from an operation: she has severe arthritis in the knees.
Both yearn for their discharge from the male and female geriatric wards, so that they can be together again in their small terrace house in Bolton. But discharge depends on the result of tests monitored by the physiotherapists, occupational therapists and social workers - tests to determine if they can cope on their own, for example make a cup of tea, or go to the lavatory unaided. The film ends when a decision has been reached, and the Metcalfes are told whether they will have to live apart in geriatric wards, or be reunited in their own home.
Film cameraman MIKE SOUTHON Film recordist JULIAN BALDWIN Film editor JOHN BARNES Producer TIM KING

Contributors

Unknown: Alfred Metcalfe
Unknown: Julian Baldwin
Editor: John Barnes

: Network

From the Land's End
The story of Bernard Walke and the St Hilary Broadcasts
In 1924 a remarkable Cornish vicar wrote a simple Nativity play for the people of his parish. Very soon, through the medium of the wireless, his plays and players would achieve national fame. But fame can be a mixed blessing. For Bernard Walke , these Christmas mummings were the prelude to the sacking of St Hilary. Narrator FRANK GILLARD
Written and produced by IAN FELL

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Walke
Unknown: Bernard Walke
Narrator: Frank Gillard
Produced By: Ian Fell

: Late News on 2

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