A series of ten programmes for people with impaired hearing, those who live and work with them, and for the plain curious ... 1: Down with the Stiff Upper Lip Introduced by POLLY ELWES and RICHARD BAKER
(The programme is captioned for those who cannot hear)
Director BRIAN DAUBNEY
Producer DAVID ALLEN
Book (same title), 8Sp, from bookshops
'Khayal Apna Apna ': A panel of male and female speakers tries to bridge, with arguments serious and not-so-serious, the opinion gaps that usually divide the sexes in a multi-cultural society. 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.
Episode 25 by PAUL KRIWACZEK
Producer ROBERT CLAMP Director PAUL KRIWACZEK
Saleem Ali Shah:
Feroza Begum Shah:
Nur Ali Shah:
Ten programmes about communicating through the spoken word. 1: Ways of Saying
Accents as assets; how important is correct speech? How does spoken English differ from the written language? With
CANDIDA FAWSITT, PETER HOWELL DENIS LILL , GORDON SALKILLD
PRUNELLA SCALES , SALLY WATTS
Producer BERNARD ADAMS
Director TERRY DOYLE
A 15-part sociology series
13:A Multi-racial Society?
The problems of being non-white in a white society.
Narrated by MICHAEL MOLYNEUX
Script adviser MALCOLM DAVIES Producer TONY ROBERTS Director CHARLES PASCOE
A lively look at words and letters with DONALD GEE BOB HOSKINS and GAY
HAMILTON MARTIN SHAW
Script BARRY TOOK
Adults wanting help with reading can ring [number removed]or send their name, address and telephone number to: On the Move, to Box 7. London W3 6XJ
Boofc (same title), £1.00, from bookshops
CLAIRE WOOLFORD presents a series of five debates examining parental involvement in education.
1:Parents expect too much of Schools
Recorded at the Coppice Middle School, Rubery, with RON COCKING speaking for the motion, and JOAN SALLIS against.
Producer DICK FOSTER
Book (same title), £1.20 (including postage), from BBC Publications, PO Box 234, London [Postcode removed]
from The City Temple, London
Three ways of celebrating the resurrection faith.
Minister The Rev Dr. Brian Johanson
Director of music Dr. Kenneth Abbott
Hymns: Come, let us join our cheerful songs; Jesus lives! the terrors now: The head that once was crowned with thorns.
The Rev Dr. Brian
News and views
With DAVID RICHARDSON
JOHN CHERRINGTON , PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham Farming News, Prices on CEEFAX p 147 Weather for farmers
A series of ten programmes on hand-knitting and crochet. Presented by JAN LEEMING 7:Design for Yourself
PAM DAWSON shows how simple it is to start designing for yourself.
Executive producer SHEILA INNES Producer JENNY ROGERS
Book (same title), £2.20, from bookshops
James Garner , Melina Mercouri Sandra Dee , Tony Franciosa
An American businessman arrives in Lisbon on what seems to be a routine trip-and finds himself greeted as a secret agent!
Directed by RONALD NEAME and CLIFF OWEN Films: page 10
Sir Huntley Frazier:
in Busy Body Bear and Bird Brain Bird Dog
The competition temperature rises: from the Concert Hall of the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, a report on the semi-finals of the Piano and Woodwind classes, as the young musicians strive for places in the finals.
Introduced by Humphrey Burton
Titles ALAN JEAPES. Signature tune composed by HERBERT CHAPPELL Lighting JOHN CROWTHER Sound VIC GODRICH
Executive producer WALTER TODDS Production ROY TIPPING
IAN ENGELMANN , DENIS MORIARTY
The Man - Mike Kendall - and the Boy - Simon King - explore the British countryside.
This week: The New Forest
Photography jim SAUNDERS , RED DENNER Film editor jim CRYAN
Director JOHN KING. BBC Bristol
[Starring] Leif Erickson as Big John Cannon, Cameron Mitchell as Buck Cannon, Mark Slade as Blue, Linda Cristal as Victoria, Henry Darrow as Manolito
(First shown on BBC2)
Big John Cannon:
Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman
by E. NESBIT ; dramatised in four parts by JOHN TULLY
The carpet is getting threadbare and during a tour over London Robert and Jane are unexpectedly dropped into a strange house where they are suspected of being burglars. The Phoenix is given a final treat at the theatre and his exuberance causes a near disaster. Part 4
The Phoenix made and operated by JOE BARTON
Song composed by PAUL HORNER Director CLIVE DOIG
Producer DOROTHEA BROOKING
The Rev Septimus Blenkinsop:
from Hitchin, Hertfordshire
In the centre of this Hertfordshire market town is the Parish Church of St Mary, the largest in the county. MICHAEL BARRATT introduces some of the people meeting there for this week's programme, who have been talking to him about their life, their faith and the hymns they've chosen.
The day of resurrection! (Ellacombe); Who would true valour see (Monks Gate); The King of love (Dominus regit me); Hark what a sound (Highwood); Thy kingdom come. 0 God (St Cecilia); Lead us, heavenly Father (Mannheim); For all the saints (Sine Nomine); At even. when the sun (Angelus); Thine be the glory (Maccabaeus)
Conductor COLIN HOWARD
Organist MARGARET JOHNSON Film director ANDREW BARR
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
from the books by JAMES HERRIOT A serial in 13 episodes, starring with Peter Davison and Carol Drinkwater 11: Bulldog Breed adapted by BRIAN FINCH
When a man's life savings are invested in his stock-what can a country vet do when that stock is struck by a disease for which there is no cure ... ?
Theme music by JOHNNY PEARSON Film cameraman KEN MORGAN Designer DAVID CROZIER Producer BILL SELLARS
Directed bv PETER MOFFATT BBC Birmingham
by GEORGE FARQUHAR with Brenda Bruce , Tom Conti Estelle Kohler , Ian Ogilvy Zoe Wanamaker
Archer and Aimwell, two gentlemen of fortune, head for the provinces, confident they will be able to trick an unsuspecting country heiress into a marriage that will rescue their bank balance. But they find in sleepy Lichfield, a surprising world of highwaymen, high-drinking, sexual daring and country innocence, which is more than a match for their London sophistication.
George Farquhar's last play, written when he was only 30 and dying of consumption, has a humanity and vigour and wild Irish wit which make it the liveliest and most down-to-earth of Restoration comedies.
Sound CHICK ANTHONY Lighting JOHN TREAYS
Script editor STUART GRIFFITHS Designer TONY ABBOTT
Producer JAMES CELLAN JONES Director DAVID JONES
Sir Charles Freeman:
with Kenneth Kendall ; Weather
The ancient rituals of the Orthodox Church attract a steady stream of new members. Peter France asks what it means to belong to this Church in 20th-century Britain.
Producer SHIRLEY DU BOULAY
The Paperback Programme
Introduced by Ronald Harwood Books of the Week chosen by John Donat , architect and photographer
Nicolas Freeling , writer, creator of ' Van der Valk ' and Sue MacGregor who introduces Woman's Hour
Authors of the Week
Patricia Highsmith: with A Dog's Ransom in which the simple kidnapping of a dog leads to a horrifying conclusion.
Sir John Betjeman: London's Historic Railway Stations, an affectionate, lavishly illustrated account of the cathedrals of the Railway Age.
Producer JULIA MATHESON
Twelve films from different parts of the UK which explore people's sense of identity.
8: The Colne Valley
The Colne Valley in Yorkshire has always been associated with brass bands, chapels, male-voice choirs, and above all cloth. The tightly-knit communities cling to the steep sides of the valley, confident and down to earth. But every day there are fewer mill chimneys on the skyline.
Executive producer JOHN RADCLIFFE Produced by SUE BOYD