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A series of ten programmes for people with impaired hearing, for those who live and work with them, and for the plain curious ... 7: Beyond Words
How does a deaf person bridge the gap between mere communication and friendship? Introduced by POLLY ELWES and RICHARD BAKER
(The programme is captioned for those who cannot hear)
Director BRIAN DAUBNEY
Producer DAVID ALLEN
Lip-reading exercises are available free of charge. Book (same title), 85p, from bookshops
A magazine for Asian viewers Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Directed by KRISHAN GOULD BBC Birmingham
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)
Ten programmes about communicating through the spoken word. 7: First Language
Most children learn hundreds of words and a great deal of grammar before they are four. Parents can help in this process by talking directly to their young children and later by communicating effectively with their child's teacher.
(The programme will include a section of information for correspondence course students)
Introduced by ANDREW WILKINSON
Produced by BERNARD ADAMS
(Details o/ the Correspondence Course related to this series are available from: [address removed])
Ten programmes on voluntary work presented by MAVIS NICHOLSON 2: Voluntary Associates
' I don't want to reform people, I want to help them.'
SIMON AND TERRY ANGEL, two young volunteers who work with prisoners and ex-prisoners, talk to MAVIS NICHOLSON.
Producer IAN WOOLF
(Discussion notes available from [address removed]. Please send 15p sae large size)
The fourth of ten programmes for trade unionists selected from the Trade Union Studies series.
How effective is the Equal Pay Act in practice? How important are the attitudes of trade unionists in making it a reality at work?
TGWU convenor SYLVIA GREENWOOD , With PAT TURNER , GMWU, and HARRY URWIN , TGWU, review the practical options for local union policy.
Director PAUL KRIWACZEK
Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
Words and letters with DONALD GEE
BOB HOSKINS and GAY HAMILTON
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.
DAVID VINE introduces five programmes about physical education in schools. 2 : The Juniors with ALAN GIBBON and staff and pupils of Bishop Henderson Primary School, Taunton.
Producer JOHN DOBSON. BBC Bristol
Parish Communion for Whit Sunday, with Baptism, from St Michael's, Basingstoke, Hants.
Hymns: O thou who earnest from above; Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost; Come down, O Love divine.
The Rev. Bill
With DAVID RICHARDSON
JOHN CHERRINGTON , PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers BILL GILES
A series of ten programmes presented by BOB SYMES-SCHUTZMANN
3: Controlled Flight Model Aircraft
Studio director JOHN RICKWORD
Producer PETER RIDING
Book (same title), £1.60, from bookshops
A season of films featuring celebrated performances by some of Britain's most distinguished actors. Today starring also starring
Olivier's famous film version of Shakespeare's tragedy proved an outstanding commercial and artistic success throughout the world. With its fine cast, impressive photography, sets and costumes, the film won innumerable national and international awards, including four Hollywood Oscars in 1948 -with the award for Best Actor going to Olivier in the title role.
Produced/directed by LAURENCE OLIVIER . Films: page 16
The Western film series starring in Our Lady of Guadalupe
Big John Cannon:
From Tampa Bay to Timbuktu
Part 4 of this series of six concentrates on the new soccer nations, including Iran, who are making their debut in the World Cup Finals this summer in the same group as Scotland. But nowhere is the game growing faster than in the United States, whose clubs are now spending vast sums in recruiting some of the best players in the world and who are aiming to be World Cup finalists in the 1980s.
A CONRAD FILM ASSOCIATES/POLYTEL FILM co-production
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
by FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT Dramatised in six parts by JACK GERSON
Part 1: starring and The hero of this famous novel, which has found new popularity in this television serial, lives in New York with his widowed mother. One day news comes from England that changes their lives,
Music composed by KENNY CLAYTON Producer BARRY LETTS
Director PAUL ANNETT
appeals on behalf of The Red Cross which this year commemorates the 150th anniversary of the birth of its founder, Henry Dunant.
Donations to this appeal will support relief work among men, women and children who are the victims of wars, worldwide, and should be addressed to: [address removed].
In this Whit Sunday programme from St Martin's Church GEOFFREY WHEELER talks to local people about their life and faith and the hymns they like to sing.
Stand up, stand up for Jesus (Morning Light); Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire (Veni Creator); Come down, 0 Love divine (Down Ampney); And now, 0 Father (Unde et memores); To God be the glory:; My song is love unknown (Love Unknown); And can it be (Sagina); God be in my head; 0 praise ye the Lord (Laudate Dominum) Organist ERNEST WARNER
Conductor GRAHAM JOHNSTONE
Film director CHRISTIAN FORSSANDER Producer MICHAEL SHOESMITH
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT BBC Birmingham
A Flaxborough Chronicle by COLIN WATSON : dramatised in five parts by RICHARD HARRIS starring Anton Rodgers Brenda Bruce
Hopjoy Was Here (continued) and Lonelyheart 4122
Insp Purbright turns his attention from missing spies to missing ladies ... an investigation soon to be enlivened by a new arrival.
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE Directed by RONALD WILSON
Chief Con Chubb:
starring Mia Farrow
Topol, Michael Jayston
Having hired a detective agency to check on his wife's fidelity, accountant Charles Sidley is startled when Julian Cristoforou , an eccentric investigator of doubtful competence, appears in his office to report
Screenplay by PETER SCHAFFER , from his original stage play The Public Eye
Directed by CAROL REED. Films: page 16 (First showing on British television)
Sir Philip Crouch:
with Esther Rantzen Reporters
Kieran Prendiville , Glyn Worsnip featuring Oddities of the Week from Cyril Fletcher and a collection of the jokes, dramas and problems that happen in real life.
Editor PETER CHAFER
with Richard Baker ; Weather
Can We Be Good Without God? with Angela Willans and Peggy Makins
In this series specially invited interviewers cross-question guests of their own choice on crucial religious themes.
ANGELA WILLANS is the real name of ' Mary Grant ', Problem Page Counsellor of Woman's Own. She is also a Humanist. PEGGY MAKINS , a Quaker, was for 40 years ' Evelyn Home' of Woman. For generations they have been giving out advice to ' lonely ', ' worried ' and 1 frustrated But what about them? What problems do they have? And how do their beliefs affect the advice they give?
In tonight's programme ANGELA WILLANS compares her life and work with PEGGY MAKINS and asks the question: does religious belief help us to lead a better life or does it prevent us from doing so? Director JIM MURRAY Producer DANIEL WOLF
The Paperback Programme
Introduced by Ronald Harwood Books of the Week chosen by Penelope Lively , author
Lord Chalfont, writer and broadcaster
George Melly , writer and musician Authors of the Week
Elizabeth Longford with Winston Churchill , which the Daily Telegraph called 'A brilliant biography by a first-class historian'. Anthony Sampson with The Arms Bazaar, an examination of the global trade in armament.
Producer JULIA MATHESON
Ten programmes in which
PROFESSOR BERNARD WILLIAMS asks: Can philosophy resolve some contemporary moral dilemmas? 2: How Important is Sex?
Does promiscuity matter? Does sex have a special significance in a relationship or can it be just an extension of friendship - a pleasure to be enjoyed like any other?
Director BRYN BROOKS Producer CHRIS JELLEY