With JOHN DBYDEN , TINA HEATH JILL SHAKESPEARE , GLEN STUART
Mackintosh plans to become 'Mastermouse', J.D. begins the story of Joseph and Boff invents a jealousy detector.
Associate producer NORMAN STONE Producer DAVID BROWN
A magazine for Asian viewers including discussion, review of recent news, music and stories from the communities.
Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Directed by ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Birmingham
Fourth of ten programmes for trade unionists on Democracy at Work.
Why do we need more nurseries in industry? How can women get more involved in union activity? What ways can unions tackle the obstacles to women gaining full equal rights at work?
Director PETER LEE-WRIGHT Producer IAN WOOLF
Series producer JOHN TWITCHIN
Book. Democracy at Work, £1 .50, from bookshops, or direct from TU Studies, Tillicoultry, Scotland.
A series of 20 programmes which aims to help mentally-handicapped people get more out of life.
6: Let's Go and Get Ready Presented by BRIAN RIX
Directed by CHRIS LONGLEY
Series producer GORDON CROTON
Let's Go Notes for parents and teachers, 65p including postage, are available from BBC Publications, PO Box 234, London SEl 3TH.
A combined television and radio course for beginners in Spanish, in ten parts, with on-the-spot documentary film and recording. 5: Revision with ISABEL SOTO, MIGUEL PENARANDA ELOISA DíEZ, CARLOS RIERA
Director DAVID WILSON
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI
Complementary radio programme on Radio 4 VHF today, 3.0 pm, repeated on Tuesday 31 October, 11.0 pm
Books, records (or cassettes) and Notes for Teachers are available from bookshops or from BBC Publications.
A 24-part French course for beginners on TV and radio: 5 with CHRISTIAN BRUMELL as Michel and GILLES DATTAS
ANDRE MARANNE , CAROLLE ROUSSEAU PAUL COUSTER , JACQUES DURREC
ANNE-MARIANNE DURIN , LUCIEN BRUN MICHEL ASCARIDE
Directed by TERRY DOYLE
Produced by TONY ROBERTS
Ensemble radio programme on Sundays at 2.30 pm and Wednesdays at 11.0 pm on Radio 4 VHF
Book (same title), £1.30, and records (or cassettes), from bookshops
A series of seven films for safety representatives and all concerned with health and safety at work. 2: Noise
What knowledge will safety representatives require when combating the risks of noise at work? How does noise permanently damage the ear? What scale will noise energy be measured against?
DR D. ELSE , of the University of Aston in Birmingham, introduces a simple checklist which can be used when undertaking serious attempts at the control of both noise and vibration.
Commentary spoken by DENNIS WATERMAN
Producer ROBERT CLAMP
For background notes to the series, send sae (A4, 15p stamp) to: [address removed]
A 15-part sociology series 4: An Inequitable Method of Selection
This programme looks at the aims, functions and consequences of the school system in England and Wales and examines how the school acts as an agency for socialisation, standardisation, and training for later life. What social factors influence the way children are selected in the system?
Narrated by MICHAEL MOLYNEUX
Script adviser MALCOLM DAVIES Producer TONY ROBERTS
Director JULIAN STENHOUSE
Background notes relating to the series and details of closely-related correspondence courses can be obtained by sending a large sae to: [address removed].
A joint service of Holy Baptism from All Saints' Church, Stirchley, Telford.
In a church and community centre in the new town of Telford, Roman Catholics and Anglicans who share the use of the building today share a service of baptism for two babies, one from each tradition. The service is conducted by FR PASCHAL BYRNE and THE REV PETER CLAY
Introduced by RAYMOND SHORT
Producer JOHN WILCOX. BBC Birmingham
With DAVID RICHARDSON
JOHN CHERRINGTON , PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham Weather for farmers IAN MCCASKILL
Ten programmes about car maintenance for beginners with JUDITH JACKSON and RICHARD HUDSON-EVANS 4: Fault Finding
What to do if your car won't start or if it breaks down.
Series producer PETER RIDING
Producer CHARLES PASCOE
Book (same title), £1.00, from bookshops
continues the Sunday afternoon season of musical films starring Mario Lanza
Kathryn Grayson , David Niven
In this, his second film, Mario Lanza plays a New Orleans fisherman who becomes a famous opera singer. Kathryn Grayson provides the musical support and romantic interest in this colourful musical.
Directed by NORMAN TAUROG. Films: p 19
Pepe Abellard Duvalle:
Maestro P Trelini:
from Strasbourg, France
The Women's Individual Event
Olympic Champion NADIA COMANECI will be favourite to repeat her Montreal success but serious challenges will come from the diminutive MARIA FILATOVA and ELENA MOUKHINA of the Soviet Union. In this event the gold medal will go to the best overall performance of the four disciplines, the Beam, the Asymmetric Bars, the Vault and the Floor Exercises.
Commentator ALAN WEEKS
TV presentation FRENCH TELEVISION service Producers
JOHN SHREWSBURY, MARTIN HOPKINS Editor HAROLD ANDERSON
The return of one of the best-loved Western series, starring
Lome Greene as Ben Cartwright Dan Blocker as Hoss Cartwright Michael Landon as Little Joe Cartwright in The Survivors
A search for the most entertaining and talented town or city in Great Britain.
Introduced by Terry Wogan
Morecambe v Edinburgh
Team Celebrity Team Celebrity Thora Hird Janet Brown
Presented before 25 judges in BBC studios throughout the British Isles.
Musical director BERNARD HERRMANN Designer CHRIS GEORGE
Associate producer GEOFF WILSON Producer BARNEY COLEHAN BBC Manchester
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
by JOHN BUCHAN
Dramatised in six parts by EDWARD BOYD with
Loudon and his colleagues have imprisoned Saskia in Huntingtower. Now Heritage and McCunn must make plans to rescue her-plans which will have to involve the Gorbals Diehards.
Designer WALTER MILLER
Producer PHARIC MACLAREN
Directed by BOB HIRD. BBC Scotland
from Keswick, Cumbria
Lying at the edge of Derwent Water in the heart of Lakeland, Keswick receives countless visitors each year who come to enjoy the surrounding fells.
Tonight local congregations meet in the Parish Church of Crosthwaite, and some of their members have been talking to GEOFFREY WHEELER about their personal choice of hymns.
0 worship the King (Hanover); For the beautv of the earth (Dixi: Thou didst leave thy throne (Margaret); Guide me 0 thou great Redeemer (Cwm Rhondda): Jesus my strength my hope ( Leominsten; At the name of Jesus (Camherwelh; God whose farm is all creation (Gott will's machen); God be in my head (Walford Davies); Lift high the cross ' Crucifer).
Conductor LIONEL NUTLEY Organist CLIVE BARNBY
Film director CHRISTIAN FORSSANDER Producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
Series producer ANDREW BARn
by R. F. DELDERFIELD
Dramatised in 13 parts
6: 1905. The Hollow Victory by ARDEN WINCH
With Grace gone, Claire becomes indispensable to Paul and when Smut Potter plays a dangerous game, Claire is there to help. Paul gets more involved in Liberalism, Lloyd George speaks in the Valley.
Cast in order of appearance
Music MAX HARRIS
Studio lighting PETER CATLETT Studio sound JOHN HOWELL Designer PETER BLACKER Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Directed by PHILIP DUDLEY
Theme music (RESL 55), from record shops
The Rev Horsey:
Charles Durning , George Parry
This award-winning film treats a difficult subject intelligently and unsentimentally. Carl, a widowed truck-driver, has three children, one of whom, Matt. is mentally retarded and institutionalised. The film shows the family's efforts to get Matt into a special school so he can live at home and also Matt's own efforts to make his dream of becoming an athlete come true.
Directed by LEE PHILLIPS . Films: page 19 (First showing on British television)
with Richard Baker ; Weather
Barry Norman presents a round-up of news, reviews and interviews from the movie world.
Death on the Nile: Peter Ustinov is the new Hercule Poirot with Bette Davis , David Niven , Mia Farrow and Maggie Smith as co-stars in a film version of Agatha Christie 's famous thriller.
The Greek Tycoon: Jacqueline Bisset and Anthony Quinn star in a thinly-disguised film biography of Jackie Kennedy and Aristotle Onassis.
The Thirty-nine Steps: actor Robert Powell , producer Greg Smith and director Don Sharp explain why they are re-making an already successful 1935 film by Alfred Hitchcock.
Director CHRISTOPHER POWELL
Assistant producer MARGARET SHARP Producer BARRY BROWN
An Everyman report by Peter France
Rhodesia is in a state of war: as in many other wars there are Christians supporting both sides. Is the Christian message political - or above politics? In Rhodesia the Christian mission has been one of the major influences on the present crisis: until recently 94 per cent of primary education consisted of mission schools.
Almost every Black leader has had a Christian education. ' I'm a product of the Catholics ... the racial character of our society is un-Christian, it's inhuman.' (ROBERT MUGABE , president of ZANU)
Today missionaries are dying in a war that both sides claim is inspired by Christian ideals.
Everyman looks at the tragic impact of the war on the missionaries and their families and asks: What are they dying for?
Producer WILLIAM NICHOLSON Editor PETER ARMSTRONG
Five programmes on schemes for the young unemployed.
'Some young people who've got nothing out of school find that college gives them the confidence to learn ... they become better at selling themselves to employers than a lot of O-level school-leavers.'