Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director ASHOK RAMPAL from Birmingham: repeated on Wednesday a,12.30 pm (not N Ireland)
Spanish for beginners: 25
Producer DAVID HARGRtAVEti I
Book (same title) 55p, records 11.45 each, from bookshops
4: The Problem Solvers
Many of the illnesses encountered in general practice do not have a neat medical label. These are the parish of the health visitor and social worker.
Producer RON bloomfield
Series editor MICHAEL GARROD i First shown on BBC21
Book (same title) it.30, from bookshops
Ruth: echoes of an ancient story presented by REV DAVID PRICE with GWEN CHERRELL , VALERIE MURRAY JOHN FRANKLYN-ROBBINS
RICHARD LEECH , ROBERT RIETTY
Singers THE SMALL hundredweight
From Winkfield Parish Church, Berks Producer R. T. BROOKS
Introduced by BOB GODFREY
2: Find your story - choose your technique
Guest STAN HAYWARD
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES Director ANNA JACKSON
Animated Film £1.20, from bookshops
2: The Land for the People
The Great Famine of the 1840s wasn'only a catastrophic event, it had a deep and permanent influence on Irish society. The social revolution which it began is not over yet.
Director IRIGIT BARRY
Producer HOWARD SMITH
Book (same title) 12.20, from bookshops
with David Vine and Nik Stuart
Introduced by PHILIP WRIXON
Drainage: Machines and systems to improve returns from the millions of acres still undrained.
Producer JOHN k£nyo« (from Birmingham.
Weather for Farmers
Both Sides of the Curtain
A leading British construction company breaks new ground abroad, from pipelines to Algeria to a plastics plant for the Soviet Union. Reporter CLIVE JACOBS
The Crying Baby: part 2
What makes a crying baby? A paediatrician, a psychologist and a health visitor interpret the crucial factors emerging from last week's remarkably frank interviews with two mothers. Presented by JUDITH DAVIS and PAUL BARNES
Director DICK FOSTER
Series editor EURIIRON GWYNNE JONES
Repeated: Monday, 7.5 pm, BBC2 (not Scotland)
Book same title), based on previous series, 60p, from bookshops
Tyrone Power , Ann Blyth Michael Rennie
American scientist Peter Standish believes he can travel back in time, and during a violent thunderstorm finds himself in the London of 1784. Director ROY BAKER
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Duchess of Devonshire:
Lady Anne Pettigrew:
Michael Aspel introduces vour TV requests. With him in the studio this week:
Beverley Williams , the European Youth Diving Champion:
Producer FRANCES WHITAKER
Send your requests to ' Ask Aspel,' BBC Television Centre, London W12 8QT.
A new six-part series.
Dr Douglas Dorward , Senior Lecturer in Zoology at Monash University, Melbourne, a specialist in animal behaviour and ecology, acts as narrator, and Australian artist John Olsen sketches on location.
4:To the Island
Macquarie Island in the Antarctic Ocean, to observe the light mantled sooty albatross, royal, king and gentoo penguin, and elephant seal.
An Australian Broadcasting Commission production
The Western adventure series with Hannibal Heyes and Jed 'Kid' Curry two of the roughest, toughest, nicest and kindest outlaws who ever rode the West
Starring Pete Duel as Smith, Ben Murphy as Jones
with guest stars J. D. Cannon, William Windom, J. Pat O'Malley
Heyes and Curry (alias Smith and Jones) pose as special agents Grant and Gaines hired to foil a train robbery plotted by the Devil's Hole gang-headed by Heyes and Curry!
Valerie Singleton, Blue Peter's Roving Reporter, presents a personal report on some happenings of yesterday and today in five more European cities.
Easter eggs and stained glass, Mystery Plays, and Minster. Valerie is on the trail of a Saint and a Sinner Margaret Clitherow, the gentle housewife who died under torture rather than renounce her faith, and George Hudson, the unscrupulous Railway King.
Medicine Head play live
Life with the Children of God: freedom or fanaticism? and Clowns for Christ on the streets of Nottingham
Plus reports on anything from direct community action to real old-fashioned religion.
Presented by Alex Dolphin and Alastair Pirrie.
Letters to the papers ...
David Wade asks whether this week's crop suggest that: The people's voice is odd,
It is, and it is not, the voice of God
Producer ANDREW BARR
from Rochester Cathedral
Introduced by GEOFFREY WHEELER
My God. how wonderful (Westminster) Love's redeeming work (Savannah) A man there lived in Galilee (Tyrol) And did those feet (Jerusalem) Palms of glory i Palms of glory) How lovely is thy dwelling place For the beauty (England's Lane)
0 God of earth and attar (King's Lynn) Crown him with many crowns (Corona) Thy Kingdom come (Irish)
All people that on earth do dwell (Old Hundredth)
Conductor ROBERT ASRFIELD Organist JAMES LEVETT Prayer and Blessing by CANON PAUL WELSBY
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
starring Jean Anderson
Patrick O'Connell , Jennifer Wilson with Richard Easton , Robin Chadwick Hilary Tindall , Julia Goodman Gabrielle Drake
Perchance to Dream by ERIC PAICE
A party to celebrate David's birthday creates a convivial atmosphere. But, for Brian, the evening ends with a shock ...
Created by GERARD GLAISTER and N. J. CRISP Designer GAVIN DAVIES
Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director RODERICK GRAHAM
British Airways girl:
Harve Presnell Senta Berger
In this rousing tale of Cavalry versus Indian during the roaring 70s, the villains of the piece are the high-ranking Cavalry officers - in particular the ambitious General McCabe for whom victory at any price is all-important. Tom Tryon stars as a Cavalry captain with good reason for suspecting that the General's orders will mean death as well as glory for his troopers.
Based on the novel The Dice of God by HOFFMAN BIRNEY
Director ARNOLD LAVEN
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with Peter Woods Weather
Omnibus presents a unique opportunity to see this highly acclaimed performance by Ella Fitzgerald
with Tommy Flannagan (piano) Joe Pass (guitar) Bobby Durham (drums) Keeter Betts (double bass)
Introduced by Benny Green
"For five successive nights the entire house rose in stupefaction at her art... Whatever her intention she was defining the nature of this century's achievement in popular music" (THE OBSERVER)
"She was magnificent ... unmissable honestly" (the SUNDAY TIMES)
"The absolute pinnacle of the popular singer's art" (the SUNDAY TELEGRAPH)
(Ella Fitzgerald appears by arrangement with Norman Granz and Harold Davison)
William Hardcastle discusses with editors of newspapers, television and radio - those who shape what we read, see and hear - the issues behind the week's news.
Director JIM MURRAY