Youth Forum in London discusses the problem of racial discrimination and unemployment among young Asians and Asian schoolleavers.
Produced and presented by SALKEM SHAHED
Director ASHOK RAMPAL. BBC Birmingham
A series of 20 programmes which aims to help mentally-handicapped people get more out of life.
2:Let's Go Shopping
Presented by BRIAN RIX
Directed by ROSANNA HIBBERT
Series producer GORDON CROTON
An introductory guide to the new TV and radio course for beginners in Spanish which starts on Wednesday. Presented by ALAN WILDING
Director GILES OAKLEY
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES
Emission ZÃ©ro: a guide to the new television and radio course for beginners in conversational French.
Directed by BRIAN DAVIES
Produced by SHEILA INNES
Book (same title), Â£1.30, from bookshops Details of a special Ensemble correspondence course are available from the National Extension College, Cambridge. Information on other learner support schemes for Ensemble viewers from the Language Centre, Brighton Polytechnic.
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.
Five programmes for Asian viewers.
2: A discussion programme on ways of overcoming some of the language difficulties faced by immigrant families in this country. Presented by MEHERENGIZ MUNSIFF SATINDER SINGH talks about education and answers questions from the studio audience.
Consultants KUNDRY CLARKE, ELIZABETHLAIRÐ Producer ROBERT CLAMP
Director PETER LEE-WRICNT
Tutor's booklet £1.10, student booklet £1.50, from bookshops.
If you would like help in learning English, telephone London (01) [number removed].
from Histon Baptist Church, Cambridgeshire
Introduced by CRlSPIAN HOLLIS Christian congregations from four
Cambridgeshire villages have united for this special act of worship, which will include readings and music by pupils from local village colleges. The Service is conducted by the Minister, THE REV TONY BARKER , assisted by CANON J. DEGWEL THOMAS and THE
REV ARTHUR TURTON.
Hymns: Praise to the Lord, the Almighty (Praxis pietatis); Praise and thanksgiving iBunessan); 0 what a gift:; Alleluia, give thanks to the risen Lord; We plough the fields, and scatter (Wir pfhigen); Come, ye thankful people, come cSt George)
Organist MM CHAPMAN
Conductor DAVID WARHAM
Television presentation by RAYMOND snoRt
Canon J. Degwel
With DAVID RICHARDSON
JOHN CHERRINGTON , PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham News for farmers on CEEFAX pp 168/9 Weather for farmers BILL GILES
Five programmes on how to grow your own fruit, presented by GEOFFREY SMITH. 4:Peaches
Series producer PETER RIDING Producer BRIAN DAVIES
starring Gene Kelly
Kay Kendall , Mitzi Gaynor
A quartet of show girls is re-united in London under rather odd circumstances, as one of them - now Lady Wren-publishes her memoirs and is sued for libel.
Directed by GEORGE CUKORFilms : page 21
Lady Sybil Wren:
Sir Gerald Wren:
In August every year dancers and singers from all over the world gather in Billingham in the North East of England.
This year there were groups from Austria, Czechoslovakia, France, Hungary, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, USA, USSR and Yugoslavia.
Michael Rodd introduces some of the spectacular moments from the 14th Billingham International Folklore Festival.
Television presentation TONY HARRISON BBC Manchester
The return of one of the best-loved Western series.
Today: The Passing of a King
Ben delivers a prize bull to friendly cattle baron Claude Roman but when it comes to payment the Cartwrights have his treacherous son to contend with.
Little Joe Cartwright:
Bernard Cribbins invites Carry On ... KENNETH WILLIAMS
BARBARA WINDSOR, KENNETH CONNOR to challenge The News
RICHARD BAKER , ANGELA RIPPON PETER WOODS to do battle in a series of peculiar acting games including
The Adventures of Ivor Notion Written byMYLES RUDGE
Designer TOM YARDLEY-JONES Producer PETER CHARLTON
with Richard Whitmore Weatherman
An original six-part story by Simon Raven.
Blake has stolen the all-important papyri from Hubba Pasha and passed them to Professor Lurkov for deciphering. Mysterious, invisible forces have invaded Lurkov's study and are about to strike at him.
French Train Official:
from Coverack, Cornwall
Each year people from all over the UK gather round the old harbour at Coverack for an evening of Songs of Praise. This year the St Keverne Band joins the local choirs and church congregations leading the singing. GERRY MONTÉ has been hearing about life in this part of Cornwall from the people who've chosen tonight's hymns.
Conductor EDMUND GOLDSMITH Band conductor EDGAR FLOYD Film director ELIZABETH GORT Producer JOHN DOBSON
Series producer ANDREW BARR
by R. F. DELDERFIELD
Dramatised in 13 parts 1: 1902: Valley for Sale by ARDEN WINCH
Paul Craddock answers an advertisement and arrives in Devon, not realising he has made the most momentous journey of his life.
Music MAX HARRIS
Costume designer MICHAEL BURDLE Make-uD artist ELIZABETH HOWELL Designer PETER PLACXER Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Directed by PHILIP DUDLEY
starring Sarah Miles
Jon Finch , Richard Chamberlain
An exuberantly free spirit of the 19th century, Lady Caroline Lamb dazzled and dismayed London's high society. This film of her scandalous life and the disastrous affair with Lord Byron was filmed at many of the stately homes where the real events occurred.
Written and directed by ROBERT BOLT (First showing on British television) films: page 21
Lady Caroline Lamb:
King George IV:
Duke of Wellington:
Harry St John:
with Richard Whitmore ; Weather
The Power of a Well-loved English Hymn
An Everyman film
In a world that no longer speaks of death and resurrection, the great Victorian hymns are the warehouses of forbidden emotions: hunger for comfort, dread of dying, hope of eternity.
Change and decay in all around I see,
0 Thou who changest not, abide with me.
This film shares the moods of a hymn that can still take us to the heart of religious emotion: images of the real world bathed in the glow of ' Heaven's morning convictions that have not lost their power,
Producer WILLIAM NICHOLSON Editor PETER ARMSTRONG
The paperback programme introduced by Ronald Harwood Authors of the Week
Professor Sir Alfred J. Ayer with his witty and candid autobiography Part of My Life and Frank Muir with The Frank Muir Book - 'a highly personal account of social history seen from a rather unusual point of view '. Books of the Week chosen by Celia Haddon. journalist
Christopher Ricks. Professor of English, University of Cambridge, and Rachael Heyhoe Flint, sports-woman and writer
Quiz of the Week set by Leslie Thomas on CAPTAIN MARRYAT
Studio director BOB LOCKYER Producer JULIA MATHESON
Sir Alfred J.
The first of two programmes
Unemployment among young people, already at record levels, is expected to become even worse in the next few years. Is there a solution?
PROFESSOR TOM STONIER, Chairman of the School of Science and Society at the University of Bradford, believes that the answer does not lie in industry, where new technology will reduce the number of jobs still further. In this lecture to an invited audience he advocates a radically different solution - a massive expansion of the education system.
Introduced by JAMES BELLINI
Directed by ERICA GRIFFITHS Produced by TONY MATTHEWS