Ten programmes for physically disabled people
4: Sorry - No Disabled!
What should local authorities be doing about housing and access? Comments from NANCY ROBERTSON, Brent Association for the Disabled, JENNIFER BEMBRIDGE , Oxford Area Health Authority, TED HIGGINS , Director, Wandsworth
Social Services, MALCOLM CAMPBELL -LEE, Director of Housing, Nottingham City Council. Presenters
JILL LUMB and CORBET WOODALL
Director CHARLES PASCOE
Producer IAN WOOLF
A second-stage Italian language series: ten programmes looking at Italy today. 4: Le Regioni
Ten films for student nurses
4: In the Children's Ward
Nursing children can be a pleasure or a penance. It all depends on how you approach it.
Producer RON BLOOMFIELD
Meeting Place. Last of three visits to Bethany Baptist Church, Rhiwbina, Cardiff, with GERRY monte
The Family of Faith renew their friendship with each other, with you and with Jesus in a Service of Communion conducted by THE REV GWYNFRYN THOMAS
Director huw BRIAN WILLIAMS
Producer JOHN STUART ROBERTS Series producer R. T. BROOKS BBC Cymru/Wales
A series of ten programmes
Look good and feel good with MIRIAM STOPPARD and TERRY WOGAN.
4: How can you visit a posh restaurant, have lunch and still keep to your diet? The facts behind the iron Will of the Wogan!
Producers RON BLOOMFIELD, MICHAEL GARROD
A Parents and Children series of 15 programmes: 7
with ROY HUDD and IRENE THOMAS
Director BRYN BROOKS
Producer BRIGIT BARRY
with DAVID RICHARDSON
JOHN CHERRINGTON , PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers JACK SCOTT
A series of 19 programmes for childminders. 17: Happy Talk
Next to physical care, children need talk more than anything else. Presented by MAVIS NICHOLSON
Producer SUZANNE DAVIES
Series producer DAVID ALLEN
(Repeated: Tuesday, BBC2, 2.15 pm; Thursday BBC1, 10.45 am)
A lively look at words and letters
With DONALD GEE
BOB HOSKINS and MARTIN SHAW
Script BARRY TOOK
(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].
starring James Robertson Justice Leslie Phillips , Stanley Baxter Sally Smith
The hilarious adventures of newlyweds Dexter and Juliet Munro who have just one major problem - how to escape from Juliet's overbearing and interfering father.
Director PETER GRAHAM SCOTT. Films: p 11
Sir Beverley Grant:
in Hareless Wolf
A WARNER BROTHERS cartoon
A series of six programmes with David Attenborough 2: The Bone Hunters
Today david ATTENBOROUGH tells the stories of the men and women of the 19th century who first discovered the world of prehistoric animals and dinosaurs.
Research BARBARA KINDRED
Producer MOLLY cox
Two of the world's greatest laughter-makers in Any Old Port
It's on with the gloves when Stan and Ollie spring to the defence of a damsel in distress ...
Director JAMES HORNE. Producer HAL ROACH
A series of five programmes
The Man - Mike Kendall - and the Boy - Simon King - explore the British countryside in search of the abundant wildlife which is there for anyone to see - if they care to look for it. 4: The New Forest
Film editor CHARLES ALDRIDGE
Director JOHN KING. BBC Bristol
A film series about a warm-hearted family of pioneer stock - seven children, their parents and grandparents - who struggle to survive during the Depression of the early 30s starring and The Rebellion
The usually placid Olivia kicks over the traces and has to hide her head in shame!
Based on EARL HAMNER JR'S autobiographical novel Spencer's Mountain
A serial in six parts Part 1 by ALISTAIR BELL
Most people like to think that when a tyrant comes among us a hero will arise to oppose and crush him. In the whole range of fact and fiction there is no character who satisfies this need with more romantic exuberance than Robin Hood. This serial, written specially for television, tells once more, with a few original variations, the story of his exciting life and adventures.
Producer GEORGE GALLACCIO
Director ERIC DAVIDSON
Earl of Huntingdon:
Sir Cedric Usher:
Sir Kenneth Neston:
Sir Guy of Gisborne:
Sheriff of Nottingham:
from the ruins of Inch Abbey, Downpatrick, County Down.
For tonight's programme, GLORIA HUNNIFORD talks to members of local Catholic and Protestant churches. They talk about their life and faith, and choose the hymns, which are sung in the open air by representatives of all the churches.
0 worship the King (Hanover); Where cross the crowded ways of life (Fulda); Be thou my vision (Slane); Morning has broken (Bunessan); Hail glorious St Patrick (trad); Christ be with me (Gartan); 0 for a closer walk with God (Belmont); 0 perfect loye (0 perfect love); Make me a channel; Lift up your hearts (Woodlands)
Conductor DR HAVELOCK NELSON Organist REGINALD HARRISON Film director BILL MISKELLY Producer MOORE WASSON
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT BBC Northern Ireland
by JOHN ESMONDE and BOB LARBEY starring
Richard Briers Felicity Kendal and Penelope Keith with Paul Eddington Suit Yourself
It's surprising what you can do with nettles and wool ...
Music by BURT RHODES
Producer JOHN HOWARD davies
Maureen Stapleton Barbara Harris
Suite 719 of New York's Plaza
Hotel is the setting for Neil Simon 's three comedy vignettes, each featuring the talented and very funny Walter Matthau in contrasting characterisations - as a disenchanted middle-aged husband on his second honeymoon; as a Hollywood producer on the make; and as a panic-stricken father-of-the-bride.
Visitor from Mamaroneck:
Visitor from Hollywood:
Visitor from Forest Hills:
Director ARTHUR HILLER Films: page 11
(First showing on British television)
with Esther Rantzen Reporters
Kieran Prendiville Glyn Worsnip
Oddities of the Week from Cyril Fletcher
Song of the Week The Scholars
A collection of the jokes, dramas and problems that happen in real life.
Tonight That's Life investigates the way you reveal your character when you eat an orange; there is a special message for unscrupulous salesmen and a new consumer record is established. Next week, of course, the programme is back on Saturday night.
Director PIETER MORPURGO Editor JOHN MORRELL
with Richard Whitmore Weather
'Gospel music is good news - we've had enough "bad news".' But Thomas Dorsey, grandfather of gospel, also remembers 'I've been thrown out of some of the best churches in America!' However, today gospel music is big business from the foot-stomping services of America's black baptists and the political rallies of Martin Luther King, to the superstar of last year's 'world's greatest gospel show'. But is the faith that inspired the great names of the past still burning as brightly?
The Paperback Programme edited and introduced by Melvyn Bragg
Books of the Week chosen by John Taylor international rugby player
Trevor Griffiths , playwright and Arianna Stassinopoulos , journalist With them in the studio
Authors of the Week
Nell Dunn - author of Up the Junction and Poor Cow, talking about her investigation of alternative lifestyles Living Like I Do.
Richard Boston - the voice of British beer-drinking' with Beer and Skittles which the Sunday Times called ' a literary masterpiece, whether you like beer or not.'
The Booker Quiz presented by Christopher Booker
Studio director JULIA MATHESON
(Please send your quiz answers to: Read All About It, BBC Television, London W12 8QT)
The Booker Quiz, il.50, from bookshops
Songs with a story to tell Charlie He's My Darlin'
DAVID DAICHES discusses the songs that surround Bonnie Prince
Charlie and relates them to the romance and reality of the Jacobite Rebellion
With SANNA MCINDOE and THE WHISTLEBINKIES
Research GILES OAKLEY Director ANNA JACKSON Producer VICTOR FOOLE