Food budgeting on a pension: suggestions and advice on coping with rising costs. Presented by ROY HUDD and IRENE THOMAS
Directed by LIBBY HALLIDAY
Produced by BRIGIT BARRY
A magazine for Asian viewers Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Director ASHOK RAMPAL. BBC Birmingham
A series of 26 programmes in Hindustani and English. The story of two Asian families living in Britain.
(Full details on Wed, 10.45 am, BBC2)
Fourth of ten programmes for trade unionists on Democracy at Work
(Full details on Wed, 7.5 pm, BBC2)
A series of 25 programmes for beginners in German
14: Kbnnten Sie mir bitte helfen? With LIANE RUDOLPH
PETRA SCHROEDER , JURGEN ANDERSEN LUTZ LIEBELT
Written by CORINNA SCHNABEL Teaching adviser ANTONY PECK
Producer MADDALENA PAGANDINI
Complementary radio programme today at 2.30 pm Radio 4 VHF
A sociological series of 15 programmes. 4: An Inequitable Method of Selection
(Full details on Tues, 3.30 pm, BBC2)
Words and letters with DONALD GEE, BOB HOSKINS and GAY
HAMILTON NORMAN ROSSINGTON
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. po Box 7, London W3 6XJ
Brush up your reading and writing with BRIAN REDHEAD and JULIAN CHAGRIN ,
SHEILA FEARN , DENNIS WATERMAN
Script BARRY TOOK
Adults wanting help with reading and writing can ring [number removed]or send their name and address to: Your Move, po Box 7. London W3 6XJ
This week THE REV EDGAR RUDDOCK and MARIAN FOSTER are joined by CANON BILL WRIGHT and people in a variety of jobs to reflect on the religious significance of work.
Music by FLAME
Director JOHN WILCOX. Producer R. T. BROOKS. BBC Birmingham
With DAVID RICHARDSON
JOHN CHERRINGTON , PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers MICHAEL FISH
Ten programmes presented by ANN LADBURY. 8 : Shirt Blouse
Series producer SHEILA INNES
Producer JENNY ROGERS
A film season starring the screen's most enduring hero, John Wayne with James Arness
Danger and death wait for government agents McLain and Baxter on the Paradise Island.
Directed by EDWARD LUDWIG
. Films: page 10
Big Jim McLain:
Presented by Paddy Feeny
The last three teams challenge for a place in the Final.
Canterbury: testing responses to shapes and colours.
Falkirk: investigating carbon granules.
Bolton: measuring the strength of gravity.
Judging their projects: Dr Donald Broadbent experimental psychologist, Heinz Wolff, bio-engineer, Sir George Porter, chemist.
Written and narrated by Margaret Percy
This Island Business
'I suppose what everybody wants is the ability to live with oneself. Islands give you that chance.'
MARGARET PERCY is a journalist from Belfast. The island she loves and knows best is the Great Blasket, a rugged patch of land two miles out in the Atlantic off the west coast of Kerry.
Film cameraman NICK O'NEILL Film editor JENIFER MILLSTONE
Series producer PETER CRAWFORD
Produced by ROBIN WYLIE . BBC N Ireland (Postponed from 15 January)
This series of six programmes traces the moves and countermoves between British and German scientists on land, sea and in the air.
1: The Battle of the Beams
A crumpled piece of paper recovered in 1940 from a crashed German bomber had written on it the codename ' Knickebein' - 'The Crooked Leg'.
Narrator WILLIAM WOOLLARD
Film editors COLIN JONES , CHRIS SPENCER Written and produced by BRIAN JOHNSON
with Peter Woods ; Weatherman
A serial in five parts based on the exploits of Twm Sion Cati Created by LYNN HUGHES
Written by GRIFFITH PARRY Part 1 starring
Sixteenth-century Cardiganshire was a wild and lawless place. The peasants, terrorised by roaming bands of brigands, were also at the mercy of ruthless landowners. The English law meant little west of Offa's Dyke. The peasants looked to one man for protection and justice - the elusive Twm Sion Cati. A name whispered on the wind, a mocking laugh, a fleeting shadow - who was he?
Music composed by JAMES HARPHAM Designers PAULINE HARRISON and PETER PHILLIPS
Directors GEORGE p. OWEN and CHRISTOPHER KING
ProducerGEORGE OWEN p. BBC Cymru/Wales
(Jane Asher tells the Jackanory Story Monday-Friday 4.25 BBC1)
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore
There's a wealth of sunshine in this week's programme. Just the tonic to brighten up January gloom.
Norma Shepherd samples a package holiday in Tunisia, travelling into the desert from the seaside resort of Monastir, while John Carter drives to Calabria-the 'toe' of Italy that's been long neglected by British holidaymakers.
In the studio, up-to-the-minute holiday advice, comment. and information.
Producer TOM SAVAGE
from Ecclesfield, South Yorkshire Just outside Sheffield, the town of Ecclesfield is noted for steelmaking. The Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin is the meeting place this week for united choirs from the town, including people who have been talking to GEOFFREY WHEELER about their life and faith.
Tell out, my soul (Woodlands); Christ is our corner-stone (Harewood); 0 my Saviour, lifted from the earth for me (North Coates); When we walk with the Lord (Trust and Obey); All things bright and beautiful; Lord of all power (Slane); The old rugged cross; 0 Jesus, I have promised (Hatherop Castle); My song is love unknown (Love Unknown) Conductor NICHOLAS HILL Organist richard SALT
Producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
from the books by JAMES HERRIOT A serial in 13 episodes starring with Peter Davison and Carol Drinkwater 4: Calf Love adapted by ANTHONY STEVEN
Siegfried has a major victory, and Tristan has to deal with pigs in more ways than one. James discovers that he has a rival....
Theme music by JOHNNY PEARSON Film cameraman KEN MORGAN Designer STANLEY MORRIS Producer BILL SELLARS
Directed by TERENCE DUDLEY BBC Birmingham
Audrey Hepburn , George Peppard Paul Varjak , a young writer, finds himself falling for his new neighbour - the volatile and extravagant Holly Golightly. But her ambition is to marry the ninth richest man in America ... under 50.
Based on the novel by TRUMAN CAPOTE
Directed by BLAKE EDWARDS. Films: p 10
0 J Berman:
with Peter Woods ; Weather
Ten years ago the new age of peace and love proclaimed by the hippies seemed to be around, the corner. Today, most of the 'flower children' have children of their own, and the sober 70s have brought widespread disillusion with the power of flowers. But not all the visions have faded; and not all the visionaries have gone back home to daddy. In this second of two films, Peter France traces the idealists of ten years ago who keep alive the hope of a new age, and who believe that the greater truths are on their side: teepee dweller Sid Rawle, pop star Arthur Brown, founder of Gandalf's Garden Muz Murray, founder of Release Caroline Coon, aristocratic hippy Sir Mark Palmer, and poet Allen Ginsberg.
Research JENNY MORGAN Producer BILL NICHOLSON Editor PETER ARMSTRONG
Barry Norman presents a round-up of news, reviews and interviews from the movie world.
Julia: Jane Fonda and Vanessa Redgrave star in Fred Zinne mann's new film based on the American writer Lillian Hellman 's memoirs.
The Choirboys: Robert Aldrich directs the film version of Joseph Wambaugh 's best-selling novel about a group of hard-drinking cops who patrol the streets of Los Angeles.
The Class of Miss Macmichael: Glenda Jackson and Oliver Reed on location in South London, talk about their third film together, a black comedy set in a school for maladjusted teenagers.
Production assistant MARGARET SHARP Producer BARRY BROWN
Five stories of an ordinary everyday citizen.
4: A Spot of Homely Fun by ALAN PLATER
As Albert fends off various police enquiries after a fracas in a pub, we pose the question: 'Is it fair to describe the relationship between the police and the public as an ancient and meaningless dialogue? ' We explore this with Eugene Geasley
Dave Hill , Philip Jackson
Sylveste McCoy , Polly Warren and an audience from Manchester. Master of Ceremonies Brian Trueman
Producer JOHN RADCLIFFE Director MALCOLM TAYLOR