A magazine for Asian viewers including discussions, review of recent news, music and stories from the communities.
Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
by FRANK CHARLES and NORMAN STONE
Exploring God's World
There's a marvellous story-book land,
Where manners are ever so grand, We've a special new song,
But then things go all wrong
When Mackintosh lends us a hand.
Dodo takes a trip in the country and Boff finds out the real way to say ' thank you '.
With JOHN DRYDEN , TINA HEATH
JILL SHAKESPEARE , GLEN STUART
Music DAVE COOKE
Associate producer NORMAN STONE Producer DAVID BROWN
Series producer R. T. BROOKS BBC Manchester
A series of 15 programmes
12. The Nationalisation Bogey
Director ROBERT ALBURY
Producer CHRIS JELLEY
(Repeated: Tuesday, BBC2, 3.30 pm)
Book (same title), £1.60, from bookshops
A series of 25 programmes Spanish for beginners: 14
Presented by ALISON SKILBECK and CARLOS RIERA
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES (Repeated: Tuesday, BBC2, 7.5 pm)
Book 11.00. record il.62 or cassette 12.81
A series of four training films 3: Singh 171
A dramatised case-study of a shop-floor promotion problem involving an Asian worker, his supervisor and the personnel officer in a medium-sized firm.
Written and directed by PAUL KRIWACZEK Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
Trainer's manual 12.50, available from: Worktalk, [address removed]
Year 2 - Trade Unions and the Economy
Ten programmes for trade unionists 2: Productive or Non-productive?
Since 1961 there's been a strong trend in jobs away from industry into services. How much does this matter? The TUC wants 1m new jobs created - where should these be? What action can be taken at work-place and at national level?
Introduced by ALAN GRANT , NATSOPA With KEN THOMAS , CPSA; TOM JACKSON, UPOW; JACK STEDMAN , NUT; TONY WILLIAMSON , TGWU
Executive producer TONY MATTHEWS Assistant producer BRYN BROOKS Editor JOHN TWITCHIN
A Church to Yourself
JOHN PETTS at Llantwit Major Parish Church, Vale of Glamorgan. A church is a place of worship even when there is no congregation present. This series consists of the reflection of a single speaker in an empty church.
Brush up your reading and writing with BRIAN REDHEAD and WILFRID BRAMBELL
Script BARRI TOOK
(Repeated: Thursday, BBC2, at 7.5 pm)
Adults wanting help with reading and writing can ring [number removed]or send their name and address to: Your Move, [address removed].
Indoor gardening - expert advice on plants for every corner of the house, indoor vegetables too! And a guest who has built an observatory in his cabbage patch. Presented by ROY HUDD and IRENE THOMAS
Director LIBBY HALLIDAY Producer BRIGIT BARRY
features the news and views, politics and practice, of those involved with the land.
With DAVID RICHARDSON
JOHN CHERRINGTON , PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers BILL GILES
A series of 19 programmes for childminders
2: That's the Way the Money Goes How much do you charge per child per week? Do you know where it goes? Is any of it likely to be taken away from you in tax or in loss of benefits?
BRIAN REDHEAD investigates.
Series producer DAVID ALLEN
(Repeated: Tuesday, BBC2, 2.15 pm; Thursday, BBC 1, 10.45 am)
Book (same title), 11.00, from bookshops
A 26-part series about musical instruments, terms and topics. M for Minuet
IVOR KEYS, Professor of Music at Birmingham University, tells the story of the minuet, from peasant origins to courtly demise with members of the STUDIO DANCE COMPANY
Choreographer JANE WINEARLLS Director IAN HAMILTON
Producer JOHN DOBSON. BBC Bristol
A season of films starring the much-loved British actor. Today also starring
Phyllis Calvert , Terence Morgan
Godfrey Tearle and Mandy Miller
When Christine and Harry Gar land discover that their daughter Mandy has been born deaf, conflict develops between them over the child's future. Against Harry's wishes Christine finally takes the child to a special school for the deaf and here at last, under the brilliant tuition of the school's headmaster, Searle, Mandy begins to learn to communicate.
Director ALEXANDER MACKENDRICK
in Wee Willie Wildcat and Sleepy Time Squirrel
from the Empire Pool, Wembley
Spectacle, romance and enchantment in scenes from the much-loved fairy story of the beautiful princess who went to sleep for 100 years starring
Princess MelanieIris Toddy
Prince Rupert Gunnar Toddy with and the voices of MARY DENISE , LORNA ROSSLYN
GODFREY CHARLES , REG LLOYD and ANTONY MAYNE and THE DEREK TAVERNER SINGERS Directed and produced by GERALD PALMER
Commentator ALAN WEEKS
Choreography REG PARK
Decor and costume ANTHONY HOLLAND Book and lyrics by STANLEY LLOYD
Dialogue direction by RAYMOND JAMES Musical direction by LESLIE KERRIGAN Television presentation by IAN SMITH (By arrangement with TOM ARNOLD PRESENTATIONS LTD)
King of Boravia:
Queen of Boravia:
as Florizel, the Lilac Fairy:
as the Fairy of Happiness:
as the Fairy of Beauty:
as the Fairy of Kindness:
as Carabosse, the Evil Fairy:
as the Royal Huntsman:
by L. M. MONTGOMERY
Dramatised in six parts by ELAINE MORGAN
Alarm is caused by the disappearance of Dora. Terrified that she may have fallen into a well, Anne has gone to enlist the help of Harrison.
Producer JOHN MCRAE
Director JOAN CRAFT
Mrs Charlotte E Morgan:
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore
Activity holidays - in the sense of exploring and travelling, that is-seem to be wooing people away from the completely relaxed, sun-soaking pattern of past years.
Holiday this week stays on the move and samples two holidays which require a certain amount of energy as well as a willingness to move on. John Carter journeys aboard the Regina Prima on a Mediterranean cruise, calling at half-a-dozen ports in as many days. Is this style of sea-going really cruising, or is it just' bus-stop sailing' as its critics claim?
Fyfe Robertson spends a week touring the Republic of Southern Ireland, sampling an haute cuisine holiday in stylish country houses. The pace is not too hectic, though, and there's time enough to appreciate the particular gastronomic joys of each new location.
Travel experts in the studio add their information to the film reports, and Norma Shepherd occupies our consumer desk.
Producer TOM SAVAGE
With DONALD GEE
BOB HOSKINS and GAY HAMILTON
Script BARRY TOOK
Director BARBARA DERKOW
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES (Repeated: Thursday 12.35 pm)
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), il.00, from bookshops
Colin Morris talks to distinguished parliamentarian and implacable opponent of South Africa's apartheid policies Helen Suzman , a founder of the Progressive Party, and for many years its only representative in the House of Assembly. An American newspaper once said ' there is basis for believing that as the sole voice of the vote-less, she actually represents more South Africans than all the other members of Parliament combined.'
Producer DENNIS SULLIVAN
GEOFFREY WHEELER visits Blackburn, Lancashire, and talks to people in this Cathedral city about their life and faith and the hymns they've chosen for tonight's programme from St Mary's Cathedral.
Songs of praise (Northampton); All things bright and beautiful (Royal Oak); Lord of the dance; 0 thou who earnest (Hereford); How firm a foundation (Montgomery); Holy, holy, holy (Nicaea); Jesus, good above all other (Quern Pastores); And did those feet (Jerusalem); Abide with me (Eventide) Conductor JOHN BERTALOT Organist KEITH BOND
Director STEWART CROSS
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
A series in 12 episodes
Tim Woodward , Anne Kristen
John Hallam , Michael Cochrane Sarah Porter in 3: Welcome to France by BARRY THOMAS
Alan joins his Squadron in France, meeting an old friend and a new enemy - a Hun with a machine-gun.
Theme music composed by ALEXANDER FARIS
Series created by BARRY THOMAS Designer JOHN O'HARA
Producer PETER CREGEEN Director GARETH DAVIES
Sgt Alan Farmer:
2nd-Lt James FavelL:
by TERENCE RATTIGAN
A Play of the Month presentation starring Alan Badel , Eric Porter Michele Dotrice , Diana Fairfax David Robb
The term at Osborne Naval College is not yet over. Why, therefore, has Cadet Ronnie Winslow returned home? And why, moreover, is he hiding in the garden in the rain?
Costume BARBARA LANE
Make-up MARION richards Designer EILEEN DISS
Producer CEDRIC MESSINA Director DAVID GILES
First Lord of the Admiralty:
Sir Robert Morton:
with Angela Rippon ; Weather
with Esther Rantzen
Kieran Prendiville , Glyn Worsnip Oddities of the Week from
Song of the Week Jake Thackray
A collection of the jokes, dramas and problems of real life.
Director PIETER MORPURGO Editor JOHN MORRELL
The Paperback Programme edited and introduced by Melvyn Bragg
Books of the Week chosen by Michael Holroyd
Ian Norrie and Gayle Hunnicutt Authors of the Week
Arthur Janov , PhD: American author of The Primal Scream, with his latest book, The Feeling Child, which discusses ways of bringing up emotionally healthy children.
Margaret, Duchess of Argyll: whose autobiography, Forget Not, is published this week. The Booker Quiz presented by Christopher Booker
Studio director NIGEL WILLIAMS
(Please send your quiz answers to: Read All About It, BBC Television, London W12 8QT)
The second of five programmes
IAN SIMPSON invites you to join a group of students to consider some of the problems involved in creating a visual language.
Producer VICTOR POOLE