A series of ten programmes 5: At Home
Flashing doorbells, vibrating pillows and inexpensive redesigning can help communication and independence for the deaf at home.
Introduced by POLLY ELWES and RICHARD BAKER
(The programme is captioned for those who cannot hear)
Director BRIAN DAUBNEY
Producer DAVID ALLEN
A magazine for Asian viewers Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Director KRISHAM, gould. BBC Birmingham'
Ten programmes in which ERICA WILSON introduces a variety of design ideas in simple stitches. 3: Chains
Director JAMES FIELD
Producer MARGARET MACLEOD (WGBH BOSTON)
Ten programmes about communicating through the spoken word. 5: Explain Yourself
A few simple suggestions about how to explain yourself better.
(The programme will include a section of information for correspondence course students) With SALLY WATTS
Commentary DENYS HAWTHORNE
Producer BERNARD ADAMS
The last of 25 programmes for beginners in German
25 Wohin fahren Sie? with LIANE RUDOLPH , PETRA SCHROEDER JURGEN ANDERSEN , LUTZ LIEBELT
Written by CORINNA SCHNABEL
Teaching adviser antony PECK
Producer MADDALENA fagandini
The second of ten programmes for trade unionists selected from the Trade Union Studies series.
A traditional aim of the union movement has been to reduce the working week. How can this aim be achieved in industries where regular overtime working is just as traditional? The issue is reviewed by PETER TAIT of the Mine-workers and JACK BROWN of the Textile Workers. Shop stewards at a Kent papermill tell how they negotiated a major cut on overtime working without loss of earnings.
Introduced by PETER BRAMAH , AUEW District Secretary, Bury Director
A lively look at words and letters With DONALD GEE
BOB HOSKINS and 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, po Box 7, London W3 6XJ
CLAIRE WOOLFORD presents the last of five debates examining parental involvement in education.
School is out of touch with industry Recorded at Copland High School, Wembley, with PETER DINES speaking for the motion, and JIM BALL against.
Producer DICK FOSTER
A series linking viewer at home with worshipper in Church.
In the second of three visits to Holy Trinity Church, Roehampton, GERRY monte joins the congregations of the Parish Church and of the Methodist Church to ask
What have Christians to offer? Vicar THE REV BARNEY MILLIGAN Methodist Minister
THE REV FRANK HIMSWORTH
Organist BRIAN edgington Producer R. T. BROOKS
News and views with DAVID RICHARDSON
JOHN CHERRINGTON , PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers MICHAEL FISH
A series of ten programmes presented by BOB SYMES-SCHUTZMANN
1: Something for Everyone
Take your pick from a selection of matchstick, card, wood, metal, and plastic models. Build a balsa and tissue rubber-driven model aircraft.
Studio director JOHN RICKWORD Producer PETER riding
A season of films featuring celebrated performances by some of Britain's most distinguished actors. Today starring Robert Donat, Margaret Johnston
This biography of William Friese-Greene was the British Film Industry's contribution to the 1951 Festival of Britain. Over 40 star names play featured and cameo roles in this British production.
Screenplay by ERIC AMBLER
Director JOHN BOULTING. Films: page 10
from The All England Jumping Club, Hickstead, featuring The Embassy International Stakes
For the first round of this Â£1,000 class, Pamela Carruthers has constructed a subtle combination of ten single fences, a double and a difficult treble.
Introduced by David Vine
Commentators Dorian Williams and Raymond Brooks-Ward
2: The Man You Love to Hate
Much of the responsibility for a trouble-free World Cup rests with the referees.
The second of six programmes features two of the world's best-ARNALDO COELHO of Brazil and CLIVE THOMAS of Wales - and SIR STANLEY rous who perfected the modern system of refereeing.
A CONRAD FILM ASSOCIATES/POLYTEL FILM co-production
Richard Whitmore ; Weatherman
Mrs Ridd has learned with mixed feelings of John's love for Lorna and Annie's love for Tom Faggus.John fears that with the imminent death of Sir Ensor, Lorna will fall into the clutches of Carver. Lorna has arranged a warning system.
Dramatised in five parts by:
from Omagh, County Tyrone
Omagh, for years famous as a garrison town, is set among the wood-lands of Co Tyrone. Tonight GLORIA HlTNNIFORD, who introduces the programme, talks to local people who choose the hymns sung in the First Omagh Presbyterian Church.
Sing to the Lord a joyful song (Gonfalon Royal); All praise to our redeeming Lord (Lucius); Love divine, all loves excelling (Hyfrydol); A iosa a naoimhsprid (Traditional); All things bright and beautiful (Royal Oak); It were my soul's desire (Armagh); Just as I am (Saffron Walden); Mine eyes have seen the glory (Battle Hymn): And now the wants are told (Salisbury)
Conductor HAVELOCK NELSOM Organist ROY MILLAR Director mixe TOPPIN
Producer MOORE WASSON
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT BBC Northern Ireland
Michael Parkinson introduces a selection of the funniest moments from six years of interviewing, featuring Jack Benny, George Burns, Max Bygraves, Billy Connolly, Les Dawson, Bob Hope, Frankie Howerd, Rod Hull and Emu, Bernard Manning, Spike Milligan, Morecambe and Wise, Sandy Powell, Harry Secombe, Peter Sellers, Jimmy Tarbuck, Jacques Tati, Max Wall, Mike Yarwood.
from the London Coliseum
The English National Opera production of one of the world's most popular operas.
Bizet's exciting and passionate music and MSrimee's tragic tale of the love of a Spanish soldier for a wild and wilful gypsy girl. Acts 1 and 2 THE CHORUS chorus-master JAMES HOLMES and ORCHESTRA leader BARRY COLLINS
Of the ENGLISH NATIONAL OPERA conductor Charles Mackerras
Producer JOHN COPLEY
Designer STEFANOS LAZARID1S from the London Coliseum Television presentation JOHN VERNON
Morales, an officer:
Micaela, a peasant girl:
Don Jose, a soldier:
Zuniga, a lieutenant:
Carmen, a GYPSY:
Friends of Carmen: Frasquita:
Escamillo, a toreador:
with Richard Whitmore Weather
The Paperback Programme
Introduced by Ronald Harwood Books of the Week chosen by Simon Gray , playwright
Dr David Wilson , Director of the British Museum and Clare Francis , yachtswoman Authors of the Week
Clive Cussler : with Raise the Titanic - ' a great adventure thriller which spins from one dizzying climax to another.'
Sir Vivian Fuchs : with The Forces of Nature - a magnificently illustrated investigation of some of the most awe-inspiring aspects of the world we live in. Producer JULIA matheson
The last of 12 films from different parts of the UK which explore people's sense of identity. Cheam
Deep in commuter country, on the edge of the green belt, Cheam has a lot going for it. Near the West End of London, but not too near, it has a village atmosphere and an air of prosperity and stability. The verges are well clipped, the sports clubs well used, and the pubs well patronised. It is a place where the traditional English virtues of decency, patriotism and self-reliance are still taken very seriously.
Director JULIAN STENHOUSE Producer JOHN RADCLIFFE