Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Director ASHOK RAMPAL. BBC Birmingham
A series of ten programmes 8: Immigrant Workers
How are trade unions helping their immigrant members to attack problems of language or communication at work? Do all unions, including staff unions, now need to adopt policies at the workplace to ensure equal opportunities?
Executive producer TONY MATTHEWS Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
Half-way house for Ensemble.
Producer TONY ROBERTS
Radio programmes: Wed, 7.0 pm (R3 med wave), Sun, 3.0 pm (R4 VHF)
A series of 15 programmes
Are strong unions really to blame for the way prices have rocketed?
(Repeated: Tuesday 2.30 pm, BBC2)
Book (same title), Â£1.60, from bookshops
Peter Donaldson Producer: Chris
Extracts from The Garden of the Beloved by ROBERT WAY and songs by THE SMALL HUNDREDWEIGHT from the church and parish of Crondall, Hampshire.
Producer H. T. BROOKS
A series of 20 programmes
ROY HUDD and IRENE THOMAS welcome you to the start of a new season of programmes. Looking for new interests and activities in retirement? Join us and hear about our New Interests Quiz...
Director BRYN BROOKS
Producer BRIGIT BARRY
A 25-part Italian course: 12
Producer TONY ROBERTS
Book (same title), £1.00, records 1 and 2, £1.20 each, or cassettes 1 and 2, £2.70 each, from bookshops
A series of five programmes
1: What did you do in the Great War, Mummy?
The role of women in industry during two world wars - and after. Introduced by SUZANNE DAVIES
Producer TONY MATTHEWS
Series producer JOHN TWITCHIN
Introduced by PHILIP WRIXON Synchronised Heat and Hill Improvement
The TV vet assesses the new drug for batch calving. MICHAEL CLARK looks at turnips, a cheap improver for hill pastures.
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers
A weekly look at the topics and issues that affect our children. The Education Game
If you think your child should be reading better; if the school's discipline or lack of it worries you; or if you're just not satisfied and want to chanee schools - where do you go for help? PAUL BARNES and CLAIRE WOOLFORD tackle the snakes and ladders of the educational system.
Producer DICK FOSTER
The first in a season of films starring the ' King of Hollywood' Clark Gable with Ava Gardner , Broderick Crawford Lionel Barrymore , Beulah Bondi
1845: Texas is torn by internal conflict between those wishing to join the USA and those who want to remain independent. Devereaux Burke is sent to persuade General Sam Houston to make Texas part of the American nation:
Director VINCENT SHERMAN
. Films: page 10
with Harold Williamson Second in a series of six programmes
Wells in Somerset with its famous cathedral is one of the most beautiful cities in the West of England.
HAROLD WILLIAMSON visits a farm where they still make cheddar cheese by hand and a vineyard where they market a white wine that beats the Continentals at their own game.
Director SANDRA WAINWRIGHT Producer TOM CONWAY
A WARNER BROTHERS cartoon
The Big Top presents international stars of the future led by Junior Ringmaster David Smart who introduces from Italy on bicycles: The Gay Robin Hoods from Belgium on their
Rolling Globes: Les Milos from Great Britain:
Old Regnas with his Donkey and Old English Sheepdog from the Orient with grace: The Kam Tai Family from the Hungarian State Circus: The Eotvos Musical Clowns from England:
Gabriella Smart with her Monkeys Riding Ponies from Belgium the foot-juggling: Anastasini Children from India:
Two Baby Elephants presented by Davida Smart from Germany swaying in mid-air: The Bauer Children
RONNIE, DAVin and BILLY SMART Musical director BURT RHODES Lighting HUBERT CARTWRIGHT Sound KEITH HARLOW
Television presentation KEN GRIFFIN
by MARK TWAIN
Dramatised in six parts by RICHARD HARRIS
Prince Edward, dressed in Tom's rags, has lost his way in the city and fallen into the hands of Tom's brutal father. At the palace Tom, wearing Edward's robes, is faced with the daunting prospect of a meeting with the king. Episode 2
Studio lighting PETER CATLETT Studio sound CLIVE GIFFORD Script editor ALISTAIR BELL Designer KENNETH SHARP Director BARRY LETTS
The second of ten programmes Introduced by Cliff Michelmore Self-Catering
One way to save money on holiday is to do your own shopping and cooking. This week's programme examines three different kinds of self-catering holiday. JOHN CARTER looks at an apartment in the south of France, FYFE ROBERTSON reports on log cabins in Scotland and JOAN BAKEWELL tries a luxury villa in Spain.
Producer JEREMY BENNETT
Weather BARBARA EDWARDS
A lively new look at words and letters with DONALD GEE
BOB HOSKINS and GAY HAMILTON
NORMAN ROSSINGTON , MARTIN SHAW
Script BARRY TOOK
Adviser CATHERINE MOORHOUSE Director BARBARA DERKOW
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES
Repeated: Thursday 12.15 pm, and Saturday 10.25 am
Adults wanting help with reading can ring [number removed] or send their name, address and telephone number to: On the Move[address removed]
Book (same title), fl.00, from bookshops
Colin Morris takes a hard took at the world of religion in 1976. Editor PETER ARMSTRONG
from St Thomas 's Roman Catholic Church, Canterbury Introduced by GEOFFREY WHEELER
Praise we our God with joy (Nun Danket) There's a light upon the mountains Jesu, grant me this (Song 13) Keep me Lord
Let all mortal flesh keep silence (Picardy) Where could I go hut to the Lord Alleluia, sing to Jesus (Hyfrydol) Salve Regina
Now the day is over (Barnby)
May the grace of Christ our Saviour (Waltham)
Conductor PATRICK SELLAR Organist EDWIN SEATH Prayer and Blessing CLAIRE SELMAN and REV FR BERNARD HEGARTY
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
A romantic serial in 16 parts set in Cornwall of the 1780s based on the novels by WINSTON GRAHAM
Part 15 by JACK RUSSELL
Elizabeth accepts an offer of marriage, although she knows it will appal Ross. When tragedy strikes at Wheal Grace the double blow creates in him an unreasoning and obsessive reaction.
Script editor SIMON MASTERS Make-Up MAGDALEN GAFFNEY Designer Oliver BAYLDON Producer MORRIS BARRY Director PAUL ANNETT
Sir Hugh Bodrugan:
Lady Constance Bodrugan:
de la Motte
starring Van Heflin with Peter Vaughan
Charles Gray , Heidelinde Weis
EX-CIA agent Bill Maclean is approached by a Greek, George Venaxas , offering to sell Rafe Machek , Number Two in the Russian Secret Police, who is anxious to defect. But when Venaxas is murdered by Russian agents Maclean finds himself caught in a deadly web of international intrigue.
Director SAMUEL GALLU Films: page 10
with Kenneth Kendall Weather
with Esther Rantzen
Reporters KIERAN PRENDIVILLE GLYN WORSNIP
CYRIL FLETCHER with Oddities of the Week
A collection of the jokes, dramas and problems that happen in real life.
Editor JOHN MORRELL
Director PITER MORPURGO
The second of 12 programmes Introduced and edited by Melvyn Bragg
Paperbacks of the Week chosen by Angela Huth, Frank Muir and Billy Connolly with them in the studio
Authors of the Week:
William Donaldson - producer of Beyond the Fringe, whose book Both the Ladies and the Gentlemen has been called 'a minor classic of uncivilised bawdry' by Ken Tynan.
Hazel Evans - whose paperback How to Cheat at Gardening will be published next week.
The Booker Quiz presented by Christopher Booker
Studio director JULIA MATHESON Producer NIGEL WILLIAMS
(Please send your quiz answers to: Read All About It, BBC Television, [address removed])
A series of 11 programmes looking at background issues in British politics.
L.O.S.L.A.? by DOUGLAS HURD Part 2
The battle lines are drawn on the issue of lowering the school-leaving age in the late 1970s. But will the measure go through? And will the Secretary of State for Education resign if it does? The Prime Minister will need all- his skill to solve this particular difficulty ...
This documentary drama introduced by PETER JENKINS shows how a Prime Minister can cope with conflict within his own government. Afterwards Jenkins talks to a leading politician about the issues raised in the programme.
Director JUDY HARRIS
Producer BERNARD ADAMS