Director ASHOK RAMPAL. BBC Birmingham (Repeated: Wednesday BBC2 10.35 am)
10: Multi-National Companies
A 24-part French course: 13
Radio programmes: Wed 7.0 pm (R3 medium wave) and Sun 3.0 pm (R4 VHF)
A series of 15 programmes
3: Is Three Million Unemployed the Answer?
Is rising unemployment the price we have to pay for bringing inflation under control?
Director ROBERT ALBURY Producer CHRIS JELLEY
(Repeated: Tuesday 2.30 pm BBC2)
Animals, Animals, Animals by PAT ROOKE and GWYN ARCH
Readers RICHARD BEBB, GARY WATSON and REV ROBERT SALMON
Singers LEE GIBSON , NEIL MACKIE
THE CHOIR OF HOOK PRIMARY SCHOOL With THE GWYN ARCH QUARTET Narrator PAT ROOKE
Art Work by CHILDREN OF HEATHER-SIDE COUNTY JUNIOR SCHOOL, FLEET
From the Methodist Church of Fleet, Hampshire
Producer R. T. BROOKS
A series of 20 programmes: 3
Stories for grandchildren - ROY HUDD and IRENE THOMAS talk about the literally hundreds of stories that you sent us - and we meet some west country Rock Hounders!
Director BRYN BROOKS Producer BRIGIT BARRY
(Repeated: Thursday 3.30 pm)
A 25-part Italian course: 14 Introduced by MARISA DILLON -WESTON
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 3: What Sex is Your Job?
Producer SUZANNE DAVIES
Series producer JOHN TWITCHIN
Introduced by PHILIP WRIXON
A report on the National Farmers' Union AGM.
Producer JEREMY PALLANT BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers
A weekly look at the topics and issues that affect our children. It Doesn't Stop Here ...
' Education is a life-long process that doesn't stop when you leave school.'-That's the philosophy of the COUNTESTHORPE COMMUNITY COLLEGE. It's put into practice by pupils going out into the community, adults coming into the school, and each learning from the other.
Narrator PAUL BARNES
Film editor PETER ORTON
Director TONY LARYEA
Producer DICK FOSTER
A season of films starring the ' King of Hollywood,' Clark Gable with Jean Harlow and Wallace Beery
Lewis Stone, Rosalind Russell
A tough skipper on the pirate-infested China Seas has trouble with his fiery blonde mistress and a valuable shipment of gold.
Director TAY GARNETT
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Fourth in a series of six programmes with Harold Williamson who discovers how 90 acres of lavender yield 150 gallons of oil; a glassmaker moulds molten glass by hand; and how to make a grass dolly, used as a fertility symbol since men first tilled the soil.
Young gymnasts leap, weight-lifters heave, sand is quarried and cockles.boiled to music from the Town Band. Street Theatre and Male Voice Choir of King's Lynn.
Director SANDRA WAINWRIGHT Producer Tom CONWAY
by MARK TWAIN : dramatised in six parts by RICHARD HARRIS. Part 4
After being rescued by Miles, Edward has again fallen into the hands of Canty. News comes to him that the King, his father, is dead. In London, arrangements are going ahead for Tom's coronation.
Studio lighting PETER CATLETT Studio sound CLIVE GIFFORD Script editor ALISTAIR BELL Designer KENNETH SHARP Director BARRY LETTS
Lord Ely ot:
Man in village:
The fourth of ten programmes Introduced by Cliff Michelmore Holidays on the Move
See something different each day. Three ideas for those who don't want to stay in one holiday spot but enjoy the activity involved in moving from one place to another. KIERAN PRENDIVILLE sails among the Greek Islands, HAROLD WILLIAMSON goes bicycling in Ireland, and JOHN CARTER takes a Fly-drive holiday to a little-known part of France. And don't forget the Holiday 76 competition.
Producer JEREMY BENNETT
A lively new look at words and letters With DONALD GEE BOB HOSKINS and GAY HAMILTON
MARTIN SHAW , NORMAN ROSSINGTON ROSEMARY LEACH
Script BARRY TOOK
Adviser CATHERINE MOORHOUSE Director BARBARA DERKOW
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES
Repeated: Thurs 12.15 pm. Sat 10.25 am Adults wanting help with reading can ring [number removed]or send their name, address and telephone number to: On the Move, [number removed].
Book (same title), £1.00, from bookshops
Was it Such a Holy Year?
Peter Hebblethwaite looks back on a year when religion captured the headlines with an exorcism tragedy, an appeal from the Archbishop of Canterbury, and the attempt of old-time Catholics to revive the Latin mass. Are the Church's experiments with ecstasy or radical politics any more than attempts to stop a slide into irrelevance?
Editor PETER ARMSTRONG
from Norwich Cathedral: with schools from Norwich and Norfolk Introduced by GEOFFREY WHEELER
Conductor FREDERICK J. FIRTH Organist BERNARD BURRELL Prayer and Blessing REV ROGER PURCHASE
Director MICHAEL SHOESMITH
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
Patrick O'Connell , Jennifer Wilson with Richard Easton
Robin Chadwick , Derek Benfield
For each of the Hammond brothers life has changed dramatically of late. Edward, now married to Jennifer, is the father of an adopted son; Brian, having recovered from a divorce and a nervous breakdown, has spent the summer in Italy; David, now an eligible widower, is finding his social feet again ... Red Sky at Night by SIMON RAVEN
Created by GERARD GLAISTER and N. J. CRISP Script editor DOUGLAS WATKINSON Designer IAN ASHURST
Executive producer KEN RIDDINGTON Producer BILL SELLARS Director JOHN DAVIES
Sir Neville Henniswode:
Adapted by HUGH WHITEMORE from the novel by GEORGE DU MAURIER
A Play of the Month presentation with Alan Badel and Sinead Cusack Paris in the 1880s - the artistic capital of Europe. In the narrow twisting streets and courtyards of the Left Bank live painters and sculptors from all over the world. Here lives the beautiful young model, Trilby; here are the haunts of the mysterious Svengali. Their strange association is to become a story of mystery and terror.
Studio lighting HOWARD KING Costumes ELIZABETH WALLER
Script editor ALAN SHALLCROSS Producer CEDRIC MESSINA Director PIERS HAGGARD Preview: page 13
with Peter Woods Weather
With Esther Rantzen, who says:
"We're inundated with post - and we're delighted. It's gorgeous! People are sending us all kinds of fascinating stories. We're packing them into programmes as fast as we can."
A collection of the jokes, dramas and problems that happen in real life.
Reporters Kieran Prendiville and Glyn Worsnip
Cyril Fletcher with Oddities of the Week
Song of the Week, Victoria Wood
The fourth of 12 programmes Introduced and edited by Melvyn Bragg
Paperbacks of the Week chosen by Jackie Collins
Kingsley Amis \ and Hugh Scanlon with them in the studio Authors of the Week
Hugh Lewin-now the editor of Drum magazine in England, talks about Bandeit, a book dealing with his experiences in a South African prison.
Michael Innes - two of whose stories featuring his famous detective Appleby are reissued this month. The Booker Quiz presented by Christopher Booker
Studio director NIGEL WILLIAMS Producer JULIA MATHESON
(Please send your quiz answers to: Read All About It, BBC Television, London W12 8QT)
A series of 11 programmes looking at background issues in British politics. \4:Pressure Group
Ever since the Leasehold Reform Act of 1967, dozens of leaseholders in Saltley have been trying to buy out their freeholds. So far only three have succeeded.
ROBERT FISK , of The Times, talks to residents.
Producer BERNARD ADAMS
Book: Why is Britain Becoming Harder to Govern? 75p, from bookshops