Barnaby is a bear -and today he persuades the birds in the wood to teach him to sing.
A magazine for Asian viewers Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Directed by KRISHAN GOULD BBC Birmingham
Ten programmes on voluntary work presented by MAVIS NICHOLSON 9: Community Relations -
Peterborough LINCOLN SIMMONS and RICHARD CROWSON talk to Mavis Nicholson about their work with Peter-borough Council for Community Relations.
Producer IAN woolf
Director SUSANNA CAPON
(Discussion notes available from The [address removed] 29 Lower King's Road, Berkhamsted, Herts HP4 2AB. Please send 15p sae large size)
A lively look at words and letters With DONALD GEE
BOB HOSKINS and ROSEMARY LEACH
NORMAN ROSSINGTON , BOB WILSON
Script BARRY TOOK
Adults wanting help with reading can ring (1-[number removed]or send their name, address and telephone number to: On the Move, po Box 7, London W3 6XJ.
Book (same title), £1.00, from bookshops
The first of three programmes from a Bristol studio in which RAYMOND SHORT explores the theme This Above All
Also taking part: LAURA CAIRNS , BRIAN GEAR and PETER FIRTH , With members of the SILVER RING CHOIR from Bath, conducted by KELVIN THOMAS.
Television presentation by JOHN DOBSON Series producer RAYMOND SHORT BBC Bristol
News and views
With DAVID RICHARDSON
JOHN CHERRINGTON , PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham Weather for farmers BILL GILES
The last of ten programmes presented by BOB SYMES-SCHITZMANN Model Railways (3)
Wiring up the 00 gauge ' Bluebell Railway' layout; building rolling stock and locos from kits; scratch-building and operating live steam locos.
Studio director JOHN RICKWORD Producer PETER RIDING
Book (same title), £1.60, from bookshops
Dorothy Lamour, Jon Hall
Soon after his marriage to the beautiful Marama, the young sailor Terangi signs on for a trip to Tahiti where he becomes involved in a fight - ending up in jail. In an escape attempt he kills a prison guard and seeks refuge back on his island. The excitement develops, climaxing in a devastating hurricane which destroys the island and kills most of the inhabitants.
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from Crystal Palace British Meat Games and GB v Bulgaria (Women)
A double international event which features a match for Britain's girls against a strong Bulgarian squad; plus top-class men's invitation events which include the Emsley Carr Mile, won last year by SEBASTIAN COE.
A special women's 1500 metres commemorates the 50th anniversary of Women's Suffrage; while STEVE OVETT , BRENDAN FOSTER , NICK ROSE, MIKE BOIT and DICK QUAX compete in the men's events. Organised by the BAAB in association with the Meat Promotion Executive
Commentators RON PICKERING and STUART STOREY
Producer JOHN SHREWSBURY
The everyday pageant of a part of London as recorded from a roof-top in Marylebone.
A &RITISH TRANSPORT film produced by EDGAR ANSTEY
Seven documentaries about people and places.
5: Over and Out, Connemara
JOHN WALSH is a farmer on a tiny plot of land near Kilkieran on the west coast of Ireland; his visiting son-in-law is a Boston executive and radio ham - one of the millions of people of Irish descent who left this barren landscape to look for work in America.
But now Gaelic-speaking villages like Kilkieran are stopping the emigration flow by providing jobs at home-jobs in fish farming, crab packaging - and in the village's seaweed factory. Narrated by NIGEL DAVENPORT
Written and directed by COLIN THOMAS
Produced by MICHAEL CROUCHER BBC Bristol
with Angela Rippon Weatherman
Meet THE MOUSEKETEERS with a GOOFY cartoon Man's Best Friend plus a new five-sart comedy serial The Misadventures of Merlin Jones
1: Merlin's Headgear Hangup
Directed by JOHN TRACY
Executive producer RON MILLER
by SUSAN COOLIDGE. Dramatised in six parts by CONSTANCE cox Part 2
Katy does her best to be good, but she soon falls from grace - with disastrous consequences.
Music composed by DUDLEY SIMPSON Producer BARRY LETTS
Director JULIA smith
with Thora Hird
THORA recalls her family life in Lancashire when she was a child, and introduces hymns from the past year's Songs of Praise.
Angel voices ever singing; Through all the changing scenes of life; Holy, holy, holy; When I needed a neighbour; Dod ar fy mhen Dy sanctaidd law; Firmly I believe and truly; 0 love that will not let me go; All my hope on God is founded; Make me a channel of your peace; Tell out my soul; Christ is made the sure foundation.
Director CHRISTIAN FORSSANDER
Producer ELIZABETH GORT
The powerful, true story of murderer Robert Stroud who, while serving a jail sentence, killed a prison guard and paid the penalty with the most savage sentence the authorities could devise lifetime in solitary confinement. Stroud defied the deprivations and through his studies and determination became a leading authority on birds - and a nationally known figure, whose life changed the laws of America.
Based on the book by Thomas e. GADDIS Directed by JOHN FRANKENHEIMER
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with Esther Rantzen Reporters
Kicran 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 Angela Rippon Weather
Charlie Echo and Romeo Charlie
... I'm sorry, sir. The lads are on a debrief. They've been on patrol all morning and then it's lunch. I'm afraid attendance will be virtually nil ... '
Tonight Everyman reports from Londonderry on two men, one C of E, one RC, as they struggle to cope with the spiritual dilemmas of soldiers involved in a conflict that has quite enough dilemmas of its own.
Producer COLIN CAMERON
Editor P. w. ARMSTRONG
Who decides how we are informed? What are the values, methods and motives of those who select and shape the information we receive? George Scott questions the power and privilege of modern communicators-the editors of newspapers, books and periodicals, radio and television.
Researcher SALLY HARDCASTLZ Studio director JAN FAIRER Editor ELWYN PARRY JONES Producer JONATHAN HOLMES
Ten programmes in which
PROFESSOR BERNARD WILLIAMS asks: Can philosophy resolve some contemporary moral dilemmas? 8: Conscience and the Law
Can you ever be morally right in breaking the law? If so, can the use of violence be justified?
RONALD DWORKIN , Professor of Jurisprudence at Oxford University, debates the issue with PAUL JOHNSON , historian and former editor of the New Statesman.
Director BRYN BROOKS Producer chris JELLEY