A magazine for Asian viewers including discussions, review of recent news, music and stories from the communities.
Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Director ASHOK RAMPAL. BBC Birmingham (Repeated: Wednesday, BBC2, 10*35 am)
Voices COLIN JEAVONS
CHARLES COLLINGWOOD , GWENLLIAN OWEN
Series created by ALBERT BARILLE
Five stories from the Bible told with pictures.
1: Adam and the Sons of Adam Storyteller RAY SMITH Designers
PAUL BIRKBECK and GRAHAM MCCALLUM. Music RAYMOND PREMRU Adapted for television and produced by MOLLY cox
Last of ten films for student nurses With the Mentally Subnormal
The role of nurses working with the handicapped? ' They're a parent substitute, they're a friend, they're a teacher, they're a companion and in some instances, they're a discipline giver.'
Director ROBERT ALBURY
Producer RON BLOOMFIELD
Book (same title), 11.10, from bookshops
Men of the Bible
A series of six acts of worship led by CANON PETER FIRTH , from a television studio in Broadcasting House, Bristol. Each programme has a theme based on a person in the Bible.
2: Moses and Obedience
With DR ANTHONY PHILLIPS
THE REV ALAN DALE and SISTER IRENE BENEDICT
Music by DAVE COOKE and JUDY MCKENZIE Reader CAROLINE PARSONS
Director CHRISTOPHER MANN
Producers JOHN DOBSON and PETER FIRTH BBC Bristol
The Health Visitor
� think that health visiting has proved to me that it serves a very real purpose that no other service can provide, and is something that if we didn't do, wouldn't be done. And society would sadly lack because of that.' Parents and Children spends the day with a health visitor and finds out what her job entails. Narrator claire woolford
Film editor PETER ORTON
Producer DICK FOSTER
with DAVID RICHARDSON
JOHN CHERRINGTON , PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers
Ten programmes in which ERICA WILSON introduces a variety of design ideas in simple stitches. 5: Turkey Work
Director JAMES FIELD
Producer MARGARET MACLEOD (WGBH Boston).
A lively look at words and letters with DONALD GEE
BOB HOSKINS and NORMAN ROSSINGTON
ROSEMARY LEACH , MARTIN SHAW GAY HAMILTON , PATRICIA HAYES
Script BARRY TOOK
(Repeated: Thursday 1.20 pm)
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Book (same title), £1.00, from bookshops
starring Michael Bentine, Dora Bryan, Harry H.Corbett, Bernard Cribbins, Diana Dors, Ian Hendry, Stanley Holloway, Wilfrid Hyde White, Michael Medwin, Ron Moody, Anna Quayle, Terry-Thomas, Norman Wisdom, Donald Wolfit
The story of Horace Quilby, who spends his days on the London streets as a walking advertisement. But Horace is also a pigeon fancier, and all his hopes are centred on Esmeralda competing in a race back from Bordeaux.
Films: page 13
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The last of six programmes with David Attenborough The Rare and the Curious
In the 19th century, when zoos were first opened to the public, a search began across the world to be the first to find all the most rare and curious animals. Each discovery was a source of national pride. But the people who actually made the discoveries were only part-time zoologists; some were British colonial officers and one was a French missionary priest.
Today DAVID ATTENBOROUGH talks about three of them - Brian Hodg son, Harry Johnston and Father Armand David.
Research BARBARA KINDRED
Producer MOLLY cox
from Crystal Palace
The Debenham International
The eagerly awaited first appearance in Britain of the great Alberto Juantorena , currently the most exciting athlete in the world, the man who, in Montreal last summer, made athletics history by winning both the 400m and 800m in the same Olympic Games.
JUANTORENA is included in a strong team from Cuba Which also features ALEJANDRO CASANAS , Olympic silver medallist in the 110m Hurdles. BRENDAN FOSTER , a great favourite at Crystal Palace, competes in a strong 5,000m; and Olympic Champions DON QUARRIE and JOHN WALKER are also on view.
Commentators RON PICKERING and STUART STOREY
TV presentation by JOHN SHREWSBURY
This week Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, as part of her Silver Jubilee celebration, went on a tour of Wales. Her Majesty visited North and South Wales before finally ending her visit in the capital, Cardiff.
Commentator VINCENT KANE
Producers JOHN ROBERTS and DAVID MORRIS JONES
Editor OWEN ROBERTS. BBC Cymru/Wales
Peter Purves in Warsaw and Lesley Judd in Coventry
Coventry was flattened during the Second World War and Warsaw was systematically destroyed. The Twin Town movement was virtually born in the smoking ruins of Coventry Cathedral. PETER discovers how Warsaw rose from the ashes, and learns that Chopin, who was a boy in Warsaw 150 years ago, composed the music that is still the voice of Polish freedom.
LESLEY finds out what it really means to be sent to Coventry, and understands why it was so important that a new Coventry Cathedral should be built alongside the ruins of the old.
Film cameraman PAUL WHEELER Film sound CHRIS KING
Film editor COLIN HOBSON Producer EDWARD BARNES Director SARAH HELLINGS
Marius Goring Ruth Dunning and Robert Spencer
In this week's stories from The Book of Witnesses, Jesus grows from boyhood to manhood. The songs are again based freely on the Psalms, and the question ' You have a minute, Lord? ' leads this time to ' a sort of prayer' about youth.
From the Picketts Lock Sports Centre in North London.
Director PETER MASSEY Producer R. T. BROOKS
The return of the popular series for another ten programmes. starring Peter Gilmore in When Troubles Come by MERVYN HAISMAN with Jessica Benton
Howard Lang , Brian Rawlinson Mary Webster and Jill Gascoine
'All your high and mighty ideas, James! Building ports in South America. Spending hundreds of thousands. Where's it got you? Answer me that !
Series devised by CYRIL ABRAHAM Script editor MERVYN HAISMAN Designer DON GILES
Producer GERAINT MORRIS Director LENNIE MAYNE
George Segal , Robert Vaughn
Ben Gazzara , Bradford Dillman with E. G. Marshall
February 1945 and the war in Europe enters its final stages as the Allies prepare to cross the Rhine. Hitler has ordered the destruction of all bridges across the river, but one small iron structure remains intact - the bridge at Remagen.
Director JOHN GUILLERMIN. Films; page 13
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with Kenneth Kendall ; Weather
This week: Rastaman
Vanya Kewley reports from Jamaica on the marijuana-smoking Rastafarians who believe that the late Haile Selassie of Ethiopia is God. Everyman explores the controversial beliefs and life-style of these ferocious-looking 'dread-locks' in the Dungle (dung heap) of downtown Kingston, films their 'ganja' (marijuana) ceremonies, and looks at how their vision, music and painting are influencing Jamaica, from the music of Bob Marley to the new ballets of the Jamaica National Dance Theatre. As the Prime Minister, Michael Manley, says in the programme:
'By making Haile Selassie the Christ figure, the Rastafarian reconnects Africa and black with the Christian message... Rastafarians have this tremendous inner peace and sense of certainty about their identity which is not true about most other Jamaicans.'
Who decides how we are informed? What are the values, methods and motives of those who select and shape the information we receive?
George Scott questions the power and privilege of modern communicators-The Editors of newspapers, books and periodicals, radio and television.
Research SALLY HARDCASTLE
Producer ELWYN PARRY-JONES