For Asian viewers. Produced and presented by Saleem Shahed
Director Ashok Rampal. BBC Birmingham
A series of five programmes 4: Towards Participation
When companies wish to reorganise, how should they involve unions and workers?
Production ROBERT ALBURY
Series producer TONY MATTHEWS
A Parents and Children series of 16 programmes. 4: When do babies in the womb start moving? With CLAIRE WOOLFORD
CLAIRE RAYNER answers a viewer's question.
Ten programmes introduced by ERICA WILSON
2: Sentiments in Stitches
Ten programmes for trade unionists on Democracy at Work: 9
How do unions arrive at their national policy?
Last of a 24-part French course for beginners on TV and radio.
Presented by GILLES DATTAS
Scripts by ANTOINE TUDAL
Produced by TONY ROBERTS
(Ensemble radio programmes Sun 2.30 pm, Wed 11.0 pm on Radio 4UK, VHF)
A series of 16 programmes: 14
Three large robins fought for food A mnemonic to help you remember the shapes ' th ', ' 1 ', ' r',' ee ', ' ah ', ' aw ', and ' oo '.
Producer BRIGIT BARRY
Extracts from five public talks 4: Schools and Race by ALAN LITTLE , Lewisham Professor of Social Administration, London University.
Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
from Park Place Pastoral Centre, Wickham, Hampshire.
This Mass celebrates the entry of Jesus as Messiah into His own city, Jerusalem.
Celebrant FR TONY CASHMAN assisted by a group of young people from St Anne 's School, Southampton.
Conductor SUSAN MOORE
Readings: Philippians 2, vv 611; St Mark 15, w 1-30
Television presentation by RAYMOND SHORT
with PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers BILL GILES
A series of five programmes
Presented by Geoffrey Smith 4: Value for Money
Runner beans, brussels sprouts, and leeks are some of the more profitable vegetables to grow.
Producer PETER RIDING First shown on BBC2)
concludes the season of favourite romantic films, today starring Fred Astaire , Leslie Caron
Multi-millionaire Jervis Pendleton decides to adopt an 18-year-old orphan, on condition that Julie is never to discover the identity of her benefactor.
Screenplay by PHOEBE and HENRY EPHRON From the novel by JEAN WEBSTER Produced by SAMUEL G. ENGEL
Directed by JEAN NEGULESCO. Films: p 23
A WARNER BROTHERS cartoon
Today: Yonder Man
The second of a six-part series of zoological exploration. Fig Feast at Khao Yai
Introduced by Jcffery Boswall
The Khao Yai National Park is reputedly the best in all south-east Asia. The expedition is guided through the park by Thai conservationist Supradit Kanwanich , who shows off the rain forest plants and animals.
One of these, the great hornbill. is looked at in detail: its nesting, its plumage and moult and its enormous ornamental bill. From a specially built tower we watch as a fig tree with ripening fruit attracts a wide variety of feasting birds and mammals: barbets and bulbuls, gibbons and macaques, bluebirds, and, of course, our splendid great hornbill.
Photography ROBERT G. DICKSON Film editor ANDREW NAYLOR
Producer JEFFERY BOSWALL. BBC Bristol
This week: Hereford
Arthur Negus goes on the road ; with a team of experts from Britain's leading auction houses. They meet the public informally and discuss the treasured possessions brought along for their assessment. The result is a programme filled with surprises and excitement as people discover the truth about objects that have, sometimes, been gathering dust for years. Introduced by Bruce Parker
Director PAUL SMITH
Producer ROBIN DRAKE BBC Bristol
with Angela Rippon Weatherman
by KATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN dramatised in four parts by CONSTANCE COX. Part 2 starring
Rebecca has tried to settle down at the Brick House but without success. Upset by Aunt Miranda 's stern rule she has run away.
Music composed by DUDLEY Simpson Producer BARRY LETTS
Director RODNEY BENNETT
Emma Jane Perkins:
Clara Belle Simpson:
Lady at window:
ROY CASTLE discovers that Britain is near the top of the world ' heart disease' league, and that one of the reasons for this is that we eat too much fat. DR PHILIP JAMES suggests ways of cutting the total amount of fat we eat by a quarter.
Production assistant JENNY STEVENS Producer PETER RIDING
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This Palm Sunday programme i from the Corn Exchange is introduced by GEOFFREY WHEELER , who talks to local people about their life and faith and the hymns they like to sing.
All my hope on God Is founded (Michael): Procession of palms (Williamson); Praise to the Holiest in the height (Billing); Amazing grace: Through all the changing scenes of life (Wiltshire); Jerusalem; Seek ye first: To God be the glory: : My song is love unknown (Love Unknown'.
Conductor JOHN COOPER
Organist JOHN PARRY
Film director ELIZABETH GORC Producer MICHAEL SHOESMITH
Series producer ANDREW BARR
Record (rec 338), cassette (zcm 338' from record shops
HOWARD SPRING 'S best-selling novel Dramatised in eight episodes by JULIAN BOND , starring
Michael Williams , Patrick Ryecart Frank Grimes , Ciaran Madden
4: Livia wants William to tell Oliver of their engagement, but William does not realise until too late the significance of her request.
Costume designer JUANITA WATERSON Music adviser KENYON EMRYS Roberts Designer MICHAEL YOUNG
Produced by KEITH WILLIAMS Directed by PETER CREGEEN
by HENRY JAMES Dramatised by DENIS CONSTANDUROS starring and introducing
The beautiful Kate Croy and the impoverished Merton Densher are in love; a fact they are obliged to conceal from Kate's guardian, the awesome Maud Lowder. But the arrival in London of one of Mrs Lowder 's American friends, Susan Stringham , accompanied by her protégée, the beautiful and far from impoverished Milly Theale , presents Kate with a unique opportunity ...
Costume designer MICHAEL BURDLE Lighting JOHN SUMMERS Designer DAVID SPODE
Producer ALAN SHALLCROSS Director JOHN GORRIE
Milly Theale ::
Sir Luke Strett:
The final stage of this new competition which marks the end of the winter indoor jumping season. Only the most consistent of the world's top riders have survived to compete for tonight's Grand Prix and a major share of the world record prize money of nearly £60,000.
Britain's main chances for the title lie with HARVEY SMITH. DAVID BROOME and CAROLINE BRADLEY. Commentator
Television presentation by the SWEDISH TV SERVICE
Producer FRED VINER
The Hope of a Better World in the Rhondda Valley
An Everyman film with reconstructions taken from original texts.
Seventy-five years ago the Rhondda Valleys were the most famous coal-producing area in the world. The life of the people was harsh, their work dangerous. They had two hopes - the chapels and the unions, religion and socialism.
This film tells the story, in the words of the time, of the rise of these hopes - expressed in bitter strikes and religious revivals - and goes to the Rhondda to see what remains of them today. with ERNEST EVANS , DONNA MURPHY , MARK THOMAS , GILLIAN ELISA THOMAS, JACK WALTERS
Film cameraman KEN WESTBURY Research MERRYL WYN DAVIES
Narrator/drama director HUGH DAVID Written and produced by DANIEL WOLF Editor PETER ARMSTRONG
Labour Church Minister:
The Paperback Programme
Introduced by Ronald Harwood Authors of the Week
Douglas Reeman : with his Second World War novel of submarine warfare in Strike from the Sea.
Count Nikolai Tolstoy, with Victims of Yalta, which The Observer, called ' a sombrely magnificent book.'
Books of the Week chosen by Claire Rayner , writer
Sir John Colville , Principal Private Secretary to Sir Winston Churchill and Lorin Maazel. conductor
Quiz of the Week set by Dorothy Dunnett on DOROTHY L. SAYERS
Producer JULIA MATHESON
Getting the Message
An analysis of some images of women in magazine advertisements, newspapers and TV comedy.
Series producer HOWARD SMITH Production SUZANNE DAVIES ( First shown on BBC2)