The programme looks at a problem which most Asian women in this country have to face at some time or another. There is also a story for young children, and a popular song.
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL. BBC Birmingham
A series of 26 programmes in Hindustani and English. The story of two Asian families living in Britain.
Episode 8 written by PAUL KRIWACZEK
Producer ROBERT CLAMP
Director PETER LEE-WRIGHT
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The Green Bean byivy EASTWICK Illustrated by JAN BRYCHTA Presenters
Carol Chell , Chris Tranchell Dancer FIONNA MCPHEE
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Another Fine Mess
Pursued by police, our empty-headed heroes Stan and Ollie give a new meaning to ' vacant possession ' when they take refuge in a house while the owner's away.
Following the Tundra Wolf Narrator Robert Redford
In a straight race a wolf doesn't have a chance against a caribou; the caribou can reach 40 miles an hour, whereas the wolf can manage only 30. Nevertheless, in the Canadian North-West, wolves live mainly on caribou. So how do they manage? The answer lies in tactics: organisation and ambush. This film follows the epic spring journey of the caribou to their breeding grounds in the north - and the wolves that travel with them. It is the story of the delicate balance between predator and prey - and, through remarkable aerial photography, it shows just how the balance works.
Directed by JOHN BORDEN and NEIL GOODWIN A PEACE RIVER FILMS production Series editor MICHAEL ANDREWS BBC Bristol
(Postponed from 15 Nouember)
Based on the novel by JULES VERNE The last of seven episodes
Blind and ill, Strogoff, helped by Nadia, continues on his mission, but realises that there is little hope of reaching the Archduke Dimitri at Irkutsk before Ogareff who now possesses the Imperial Seal ...
Music by VLADIMIR COSMA
A film by JEAN-PIERRE DECOURT
English version directed by LOUIS ELMAN for DE LANE LEA , London
A TFl/TECHNISONOR co-production
A series of ten programmes, spanning six centuries, featuring Arthur Negus
7:Elegance and Utility
Gillows, Hepplewhite and Sheraton exploit the trend. New and exotic woods, brought back from voyages of discovery, are used to great effect.
Presented by Hugh Scully
Production PAUL SMITH , ROBIN DRAKE BBC Bristol
Book (same title) £6.00, from bookshops
Peter Hobday reports on the meeting of Arab oil ministers in Abu Dhabi as they decide what increase in oil prices they will press for at the OPEC, meeting.
Also, a report from the Glengarnock Steel Mill in Scotland. Seven hundred and fifty men are to be made redundant on 23 December. Why has British Steel chosen this moment to close the Mill and how will the men find new work?
Reporters Paul Barry , Moyra Bremner and Colin Chapman
Deputy editor CLIVE SYDDALL Editor PAUL ELLIS
starring Alan Alda as Hawkeye and Mike Farrell as B J. Bug Out: Part 1
As the unit digs trenches for a routine reason a rumour arises that has them all on the run!
From the book by JEAN RENOIR Dramatised by ANDREW DAVIES
An evocation of the life and work of Auguste Renoir as remembered by his son-film director, Jean Renoir.
Music specially composed by CARL DAVIS and played by the NASH ENSEMBLE Makeup artist EILEEN MAIR
Costume designer RITA REEKIE DesignerDON HOMFRAY
Producer ROSEMARY HILL Director ALAN COOKE
a young manJean Renoir,:
Old man in the workshop:
Lady in the park:
Widow in the cafe:
Old man in the cafÃ©:
a small childJean Renoir,:
Bibi, the starving poet:
a boy PAUL SPURRIER:
Lady in the cinema:
Introduced by Sue MacGregor , in which well-known personalities choose one of their favourite films. This week: the star of Evita
Elaine Paige on Singin' in the Rain, tomorrow's Midweek Cinema
DirectorSUE MALLINSON Producer BARRY BROWN
DAVID CARRITT talks about St Francis in Ecstasy by GIOVANNI BELLINI