A series of ten programmes for people with impaired hearing, those who live and work with them, and for the plain curious ... 2: 70 dB's under
RAYMOND PRESTON lost almost all his useful hearing one lunchtime. What causes different kinds of hearing loss? What can be done to help? Introduced by POLLY ELWES and RICHARD BAKER
(The programme is captioned for those who cannot hear)
Director BRIAN daubney
Producer DAVID ALLEN
For Asian viewers. Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director ashok RAMPAL. BBC Birmingham
Last of 26 programmes. This week a discussion programme for Asian viewers on ways of overcoming some of the language difficulties faced by immigrant families in this country.
Presented by MEHERENGIZ MUNSIFF NASEEM KHAN talks about consumers' rights and answers questions from the studio audience.
Consultants KUNDRY CLARKE, ELIZABETH LAIRD Executive producer TONY MATTHEWS Producer ROBERT CLAMP
Director PETER LEE-WRIGHT
Ten programmes about communicating through the spoken word 2: You are called to an interview....
MRS SANDRA fialho is a secretary. She hopes for promotion and there's a job coming up. She goes for an interview with her personnel officer at Hoover Limited, MR BOB GUNNING. How has she prepared for the interview? How will it go?
With ANDREW WILKINSON
Professor of Education at the University of Exeter and DOUGLAS BROOKS
Personnel Director of Hoover Limited.
Executive producer TONY MATTHEWS Producer Bernard ADAMS
(Details of the Correspondence Course related to this series are available from: [address removed])
A series of 25 programmes for beginners in German.
22:Was machen Sie den ganzen Tag?with LIANE RUDOLPH , PETRA SCHROEDER JURGEN ANDERSEN , LUTZ LIEBELT
Written by CORINNA SCHNABEL Teaching adviser ANTONY PECK Studio director IAN ROSENBLOOM
Producer MADDALENA faganoini
Complementary radio programme today at 2.30 pm Radio 4 VHF.
A 15-part sociology series 14:Social Deviance
Who makes the rules in our society? Who decides whether they have been broken? How are they enforced? with PROFESSOR LAURIE TAYLOR
Script adviser MALCOLM DAVIES
Assistant producer CHARLES pascok Producer TONY ROBERTS
Words and letters With DONALD GEE
I BOB HOSKINS and PATRICIA HAYES
Script BARRY TOOK ("Repeat)
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
CLAIRE WOOLFORD presents a series of five debates examining parental involvement in education.
2:Parents should have a say in the curriculum
Recorded at Shears Green Junior School, Northfleet, with MARGARET BROADLEY speaking for the motion, and MERVYN BENFORD against.
Producer DICK FOSTER
from The City Temple, London Expressing Easter
Three ways of celebrating the resurrection faith.
2: The Youth Festival Service
Young people from different parts of the country and from different denominations meet to report on their Easter experiences and to affirm the resurrection faith. Service introduced by THE REV ROBERT NORRIS
Organist anne MARSDEN THOMAS Producer R. T. BROOKS
features the news and views, politics and practice, of those involved with the land.
With DAVID RICHARDSON
JOHN CHERRINGTON , PHILIP WMXON
Producer JOHN KENtOK. BBC Birminffham
Weather for farmers MICHAEL FISH
A series of ten programmes on hand-knitting and crochet. Presented by Jan Leeming
Pam Dawson demonstrates choosing and using colour in knitting and crochet and designer Margaret Stuart shows how the old art of Fair-isle knitting has been revived.
(First shown on BBC2)
Book (same title), Â£2.20, from bookshops
Starring Irene Dunne, Rex Harrison, Linda Darnell
In 1862 Anna Owens, a widowed Englishwoman, arrives in Bangkok to take up the position of governess to the wives and children of King Mongkut of Siam. She finds a very alien society and a monarch trying desperately to bring his people into the modern world.
(Black and White). Films: page 17
Based upon the biography by:
Prince (as a man):
Prince (as a boy):
Diana Van Den
in Hair Raising Hare
WARNER BROTHERS cartoon
This is an opportunity for viewers to preview this year's entries in the Eurovision Song Contest to be held on 22 April in Paris. Introduced by Terry Wogan
Presented by MApcus pLANTm (Port 2 Hp.rt sunday)
The Western film series.
(First shown on BBC2)
Big John Cannon:
with Peter Woods ; Weatherman
by R. D. BLACKMORE
Dramatised in nve parts by B. R. WOODSTOCK Episode 1: starring
John Turner , Patrick Troughton Rhoda Lewis , tan
Hogg Norman Henry , Artro Morris John SommervUie and Emi!y Richard as Lorna Doone
For 100 years and more millions of men have been secretly a little in love with Lorna Doone - and their sisters with ' gurt John Ridd '. If you missed it last time, here is your chance to see the romantic story of the unlucky pair - and of their bitter foe, the ruthless outlaw Carver Doone.
Producer BARRY LETTS
Directed by JOAN CRAFT
Sentry at Doone Valley:
Sir Ensor Doone:
from Newcastle upon Tyne
Tonight's programme comes from the Bainbridge Memorial Methodist Church, Newcastle upon Tyne. Representatives of the local Heaton Council of Churches sing the hymns. People from the various churches talk to GEOFFREY WHEELER about their life. faith and the hymns they've chosen.
Good Christian men rejoice and sing (Vulpius); Jesu lover of my soul (Abervstwyth); My song is love unknown (Love Unknown); Lord of the dance; Help us to help each other (Lunenburg); Lord Jesus Christ (Living Lord); Come Holy Ghost (Veni Creator): When we walk With the Lord (Trust and obey); Praise the Lord (Laus Dec)
Conductor ERNEST YOUNG Organist ELGAp ujMSDON
Producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
Series producer RAYMOND snottr BBC Manchester
from the books by JAMES HERRIOT A serial in 13 episodes starring with Peter Davison and Carol Drinkwater
12: Practice Makes Perfect .. adapted by JOHNNY BYRNE
James returns to Angus Grier and, to his shame and Grier's pleasure, is coerced into giving the wrong treatment. However Grier's triumph is short-lived as James discovers his guilty secret ...
Theme music by JOHNNY PEARSON Designer MYLES LANG Producer BILL SELLARS
Directed by CHRISTOPHER BAKER BBC Birmingham
Tonight the outright winner of the contest is chosen.
Four musicians, the cream of the young British soloists who entered this competition, have fought their way to the final round. They have already won substantial prizes. Now they are competing for the title of Young Musician of the Year an additional award and a trophy.
A pianist, a string player, a woodwind player and a brass player will each perform a concerto with the BBC Northern Symphony Orchestra, leader Dennis Simons conducted by Bryden Thomson
Specialist judges: Leon Goossens, Yehudi Menuhin, Harry Mortimer, Tamas Vasary General judges: David Ellis, Eleanor Warren, John Manduell (chairman)
Introduced by Humphrey Burton who writes:
Titles ALAN JEAPES
Signature tune composed by HERBERT CHAPPELL
LiRhttnC JOHN CROWTHEH Sound Vic Godrich
Designer RtY LtNGttORN Production ROY TIPPING
JAN ENGELMANN, DENIS MORIARTY
Executive producer WALTER TODDS
with Peter Woods ; Weather
Con ChrtsttOMS be CoMscrrafife? with Lord Haitsham of St Maryicbone and Fr Herbert McCabe
In this new series of programmes, specially invited interviewers cross-question guests of their own choice on crucial re)igious issues.
Tonight FR HERBERT MCCABE. controversial Dominican friar and socialist, puts the proposition to LORD HAiLSHAM, Conservative politician and Christian believer, that to be a good Christian today means taking a critical attitude towards the established social structure.
Director jfM MURRAY Producer DAN!EL WOLF
Presented by Barry Norman
Telefon: Charles Bronson and Lee Remick star in Don Siegel's spy thriller about a KGB agent sent to America to find a demented Russian traitor.
Roseland: director James Ivory's new film is set in New York's ornate dance-hall, Roseland, where Teresa Wright, Geraldine Chaplin, Lou Jacobi and Christopher Walken live out their fantasies for a few hours a day.
Jaws 2: Roy Scheider and Lorraine Gary once again play husband and wife in the sequel to Jaws which they are making in Florida. Barbra Paskin talked to them about the problems of trying to repeat the success of the original.
Twelve films from different parts of the UK which explore people's sense of identity.
Crossmaglen in South Armagh, on the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic, has traditionally been famous for two things: the quality of its store cattle, and the buccaneering nature of its inhabitants. Since about 1969 it has acquired a new reputation as a stronghold of Irish Republicanism, and the British Army is a constant presence in the town. But this is not a film about the troubles, but about how Crossmaglen sees itself. It's a place of Gaelic football fanaticism, endless talk and a strong sense of its Irishness.