For Asian viewers.
Produced and presented by Mahendra Kaul.
A series of five programmes 4: Huntington School, York
Where German stands alongside French as the first foreign language in an otherwise orthodox modern languages department.
Booklet, price 60p, from [address removed]
2: Cataluna - A Region Apart
Ten programmes introduced by ERICA WILSON. 7: Thinking Bigger
A Parents and Children series.
A premature baby is in the 'breech' position. CLAIRE WOOL-FORD follows the progress of mother and baby. CLAIRE RAYNER answers a viewer's letter.
The last of four films
... Will You Answer True?
Featuring JOHN CLEESE and PENELOPE KEITH in part two of a training film for staff who deal with sales enquiries on the telephone.
Written by JONATHAN LYNN and ANTONY JAY
Directed by PETER ROBINSON A VIDEO ARTS production
Mr Golledge's secretary:
To work efficiently with wood you will need to use a saw. In this programme ROY DAY offers practical advice on which saw to use for what job.
Director PAULA GILDER Producer BRIAN DAVIES
A series of eight programmes for childminders.
2: Parents! Other children's parents may depend on you more than you think. MAVIS NICHOLSON investigates.
Book (same title), £1.00, from bookshops
A series of ten programmes with DAVID BLAKE and LINDA REILLY 4: Show Business
A new BBC Radio station, Radio Scotland, opened last November. What will be its image and its objective? Will it be like its neighbour - Independent local radio station Radio Clyde?
'I believe in Jesus Christ who made the gallows a Rood.'
A meditation on the Rood led by the REV GORDON WAKEFIELD from Gawsworth Parish Church in Cheshire with music and readings.
When I survey the wondrous cross; The royal banners forward go; At the cross her station keeping; Sing, my tongue: Ye choirs of new Jerusalem; The strife is o'er.
Readers ANN ARIS, PETER WHEELER THE VEN RENNIE SIMPSON , Rector of Gawsworth
The choir conducted by BARBARA WILLIAMS Organist GEOFFREY CROFT Producer STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Manchester
With PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers BILL GILES
starring NICKY MARTYN
The series with comedy, music and information for mums and dads of all ages. Guest DEREK GRIFFITHS
Director ERICA GRIFFITHS Producer PAUL KRIWACZEK
continues the season of films featuring the legendary Bing Crosby
In this romantic comedy Bing plays a would-be composer-playwright who - naturally - does his own tuneful singing. A lively film with the accent as much on comedy as on music as Bing tries to write a play and finds that life provides the story.
Screenplay by GEORGE harion JR and JANE STORM. Produced by DOUGLAS MACLEAN Directed by FRANK TUTTLE
(First showing on British television) . Films: page 25
Mrs J S K Smythe:
'Buster' Da Costa:
' Pooch ' Donahue:
A Jubilee show live from the Casino in Montreux
In 1954, eight members of the Eurovision Broadcasting Union co-produced their first programme. Today, 25 years later, they come together again to celebrate this occasion. The international stars appearing are:
The Nolan Sisters Franco Ambrosetti Louis van
Dijk Stephane Grappelli Raffaela Carra
The Klyderne Group The Kessler Sisters and featuring ANDRE TAHON
GEOFF RICHER'S FIRST EDITION
THE BIG BAND OF THE GERMAN SWISS RADIO conducted by HANS MOECKEL Commentator JOHN DUNN
4.0* The Golden Rose of Montreux Also live from Montreux the presentations of the 1979 Light Entertainment Awards to the winning shows of this year's TV festival.
Presentation by the SWISS BROADCASTING CORPORATION
Music and magic, flying and flowei arranging, crosswords and cricket, dancing and dendrochronology, writing and running.
Roy Castle has been searching the country for young people with an outstanding talent. In the first of six programmes they meet experts and top performers in their particular field -and get the chance to work with them! This week's special guest experts are
Harry Mortimer (brass bands) and Michael Bond (author)
Music adviser JOHNNY PEARSON Designer PHILIP LINDLEY Producer ALAN RUSSELL
with Angela Rippon ; Weatherman
by Robert Louis Stevenson
Dramatised in four parts by John Lucarotti
Jim has warned Captain Smollett of Silver's intention to take the ship and murder all who oppose him. When some of the pirates go ashore, Jim, unknown to both friend and foe, is hidden in one of the boats.
Music composed by:
Long John Silver:
MICHAEL BARRATT talks to local residents including the harbourmaster, the Mayor and a railwayman about their lives, hopes, and their faith. They join united church choirs and congregations to sing the hymns they chose in St Mary's, the Priory Church of Bridlington.
Conductor ALAN DANCE
Organist JOHN ARWEL HUGHES Film director jim MURRAY Producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
Series producer ANDREW BARR BBC Manchester
(For hymns see Monday at 3.15)
starring Barry Foster with Wendy Gifford , Jan Harvey and Frank Middlemass guest star Barrie Cookson 1: The Wedding by N. j. CRISP
' There are other people in the world who matter, Richard,besides your family.'
Scries created by N. J. CRISP
Music composed by FRANCIS SHAW Lighting ALEC ROBSON
Costume designer AL BARNETT Designer MYLES LANG
Producer PRUDENCE FITZGERALD Director PHILIP DUDLEY
Peter Sellers , Elke Sommer with George Sanders , Herbert Lorn
When a parlourmaid is accused of shooting her lover at the home of her wealthy employer, Inspector Clouseau is assigned to the case. His unusual - and blundering - methods leave a trail of unsolved murders in his wake and drive his superior to distraction.
The film that marked Peter Sellers's second appearance as Inspector Clouseau, the supremely incompetent French detective first seen in The Pink Panther.
Screenplay by Blake Edwards and Will Peter Blatty Based on the plays by Harry Kurnitz and Marcel Acbarb
Produced and directed by Blake Edwards. Films: page 25
Insp Jacques Clouseau:
Chief Insp Charles Dreyfus:
Francois (Dreyfus's assistant):
with Esther Rantzen Reporters
Paul Heiney , Chris Serle Featuring
Oddities of the Week from Cyril Fletcher
And a collection of the jokes, dramas and problems that happen in real life.
Studio director PIETER MORPURGO Produced by HENRY MURRAY and ESTHER RANTZEN Editor PETER CHAI 'ER
The issues behind this week's headlines.
At the heart of the events that make the news lie deeper concerns: the principles on which decisions are based, the effective values and beliefs which are forming our society today.
Peter France asks the people in the news the questions that will outlast the news.
Producer colin CAMERON Editor WILLIAM NICHOLSON
Barry Norman presents a roundup of news, reviews and interviews from the movie world. Movie Movie
George C. Scott plays two roles in this spoof nostalgic double-feature complete with trailers and Movietone News. In Baxter's Beauties of 1933, he plays a Broadway producer, and in the classic boxing story Dynamite Hands, he plays a trainer. The Lady Vanishes
Elliott Gould. Cybill Shepherd and Angela Lansbury star in a remake of the classic 1938 Hitchcock movie. Agatha
A fictionalised solution to the mystery of why Agatha Christie , played by Vanessa Redgrave , disappeared for 11 days in 1926. Dustin Hoffman plays the journalist who tracks her down.
Director sue MALLINSON Producer BARRY BROWN
Five programmes about investigative journalism on television. Introduced by CHRIS DUNKLEY 5: Secret - Official
The Official Secrets Act is ambiguous and restrictive. In America journalisis have much greater access to information. Should journalists in Britain have the same rights? with DUNCAN CAMPBELL
JAMES MICHAEL , LADY SHARP
Producer BERNARD ADAMS Director GILES OAKLEY