by PETER FIRMIN and OLIVER POSTGATE
A magazine for Asian viewers including discussions, review of recent news, music and stories from the communities.
Produced and presented by SALEEM SIIAHED
Directed by ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Birmingham
A series of five programmes
4: School and Community (2)
HARRY RÉE argues that The Sutton Centre, a Nottinghamshire Community School, provides the kind of context in which the issues raised in this series might be resolved.
Producer ROGER OWEN
A Parents and Children series of 16 programmes.
13: CLAIRE WOOLFORD looks at the supportive role of the health visitor and the pros and cons of breast and bottle feeding. Your letters are answered by CLAIRE RAYNER in her ' problem page.'
Producer DICK FOSTER
Claire Ravner Answers Your 100 Questions on Pregnancy, 95p, from bookshops
Guide to Everyday Maths
A series of ten programmes to help you build up your confidence with numbers.
5: Going Metric
This week's guests include DELIA SMITH with some useful tips on cooking ' metric style '. CHRis SERLE joins HILARY PRITCHARD and NORMAN BOWLER as they try measuring in metres, litres and grammes.
In the sketch MANDY MORE and PETER AUBREY '
Sketch by CHRIS MILLER
Production ANNA JACKSON , CHRIS JELLEY
Boofc (same title), £2.50, from bookshops For information about local classes in basic maths ring [number removed](England), [number removed](Scotland), [number removed] (Wales). [number removed]8 (N Ireland) between
9.30 and 5.30 from Monday to Friday
A series of eight programmes for childminders. 7: Happy Talk
Next to physical care, children need talk more than anything else. Presented by MAVIS NICHOLSON
Producer SUZANNE DAVIES
Series producer DAVID ALLEN
Book (same title), £1.00, from bookshops
A series of ten programmes with DAVID BLAKE and LINDA REILLY 9: Staying in Business
Foreign competition, fashion and old machinery have combined to threaten one of Britain's oldest industries - woollen textiles. Already 60,000 jobs have been lost and £20m of Government money invested in an attempt to rescue the industry, but can it survive?
Director PETER LEE-WRIGHT
Producer cnRis JELLEY
The second of a series of four acts of studio worship in which different denominations celebrate Holy Communion - but only after giving thanks for the people and events which make them what they are today, as recalled in film and picture. 2: The Baptist Communion Celebrated by THE REV DR MORRIS WEST and members of Bristol Baptist College.
Director CHRISTOPHER MANN
Producer PETER FIRTH. BBC Bristol
With DAN CHERRINGTON and PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers JIM BACON
says NICKY MARTYN. The series for mums and dads of all ages with comedy, information and music.
A summer season of British comedy films. Today starring
Ronnie Corbett , Thora Hird
Michael Hordern , Barbara Murray Leslie Phillips
Eccentric practical joker Henry Russell falls from Big Ben in the middle of his latest stunt but, at the reading of the will, Henry's four surviving relatives find that the old man has saved his best joke till the end ...
Screenplay by LEW SCHWARZ Produced by GIULIO ZAMPI
Directed by DUNCAN WOOD . Films: page It
Sir Charles Robson:
The Benson and Hedges Championships from Cardiff Castle
The third and final leg of the amateur and professional championships with David Broome seeking to retain the title he won last year in front of his fervent hometown supporters.
Commentators DORIAN WILLIAMS and RAYMOND BROOKS-WARP Introduced by DAVID VINE and at 4.10
The Stella Artois Gross
Court Championships from Queen's Club,
The final of this tournament which acts as such a valuable run-up to Wimbledon, which is now only a week away. To the winner it is worth about £8,500 and to the runner-up half thai amount.
DAN MASKELL , JOHN BARRETT Introduced by BARRY DAVIES
Show Jumping producer FRED VINER Tennis producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
Roy Castle continues his search for young people with outstanding talent. In the programmes they meet experts in their particular field, whether it's music or magic, crosswords or cricket, dancing or dendrochronology. This week's special guest experts are John Harben (business) Brian Jacks (judo)
Marisa Robles (harp)
Music adviser JOHNNY PEARSON Designer PHILIP LINDLEY
Producer alan russeli.
with Peter Woods Weatherman
by ALISON UTTLEY dramatised in five parts by DIANA DE VERE COLE 3: The Locket
During the church service Penelope drops her collection money and finds something lost long ago which links her once again with the Elizabethan Babingtons.
Executive producer ANNA HOME
Director DOROTHEA BHOOKING
de Vere Cole
Aunt Tissie/Dame Cicely:
Mary, Queen of Scots:
appeals on behalf of St Christopher's School, Bristol which provides residential education and care for over 200 mentally handicapped children and young people.
Donations, preferably by crossed PO or cheque, to: Hugh Scully ,[address removed]
with Thora Hird
Thora Hird is back with another series of her own and viewers' favourite hymns.
This week Thora's theme is hymns for summer and, among others, includes some of the hymns sung in the open air around Coverack harbour last September.
Immortal, invisible (St Denio); My God, I thank thee (Wentworth): Praise the Lord (Austria): All things bright and beautiful (Royal Oak); At even, ere the sun was set (Angelus): God who for the world's new framing (Westminster Abbey); What a friend we have in Jesus (What a friend): For the beauty of the earth (Dix); Eternal Father (Melila): When God of old (Winchester Old); O worship the kins (Hanover)
Producer ELIZABETH GORT
'Repeated tomorrow at 3.40 pm)
stsrring Barry Foster with Wendy Gifford
Jan Harvey and Frank Middlemass guest star Barrie Cookson A serial in ten parts
6: Daytime Wife by ERIC PAICE
'Mr Clifford called me a daytime wife and wanted to know if I was going to follow you. Richard, or accept a new daytime husband.'
Series created by N. J. CRISP
Music composed by FRANCIS SHAW Film cameraman PHIL LAW Film editor MIKEROBOTHAM Designer MYLES LANG Producer PRUDENCE FITZGERALD
Director PHILIP DUDLEY
starring Yul Brynner with Robert Fuller , Julian Maleos Warren Oates , Claude Akins
The sequel to The Magnificent Seven, in which Yul Brynner again recruits a small band of fighters to go to the rescue of an impoverished Mexican village whose men have all been kidnapped by a band of gunmen. When Brynner finally catches up with the kidnappers, he finds himself involved in a desperate fight with an old adversary.
Screenplay by LARRY COHEN Produced by TED RICHMOND
Directed by BURT KENNEDY. Films, page 19
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 of real life
Studio director PJETER MORPURGO
Producers HENRY MURRAY. ESTHER RAKTZEN Editor PETER CHAPER
with Peter Woods Weather
Everyman in Poland
As Pope John Paul II returns to the Vatican from his native Poland, Everyman looks back to the historic week in October when his election delighted an unprepared world. In Cracow that week the delight was mixed with sadness as the citizens felt the loss of their beloved Cardinal.
The Everyman team were the first Western journalists to reach Cracow the day following the announcement, and brought back exclusive film of the reaction in the city.
PETER FRANCE talks to the students, peasants and priests who made up the Pope's former diocese.
Producer COLIN CAMERON
The Paperback Programme
Introduced by Ronald Harwood Authors of the Week
Virginia Wade, the 1977 Wimbledon Champion, with her autobiography Courting Triumph.
Alistair Cooke with Six Men, portraits of six of the impressive men encountered during a lifetime of reporting.
Books of the Week chosen by Shusha. singer and songwriter
Sir Huw Wheldon , broadcaster and Beverley Nichols , author and journalist.
Producer JULIA MATHESON
or how to enjoy drinking
At the bar - BRIAN TRUEMAN 4: It's Just a Habit
Why do we drink? Is it because we like the stuff or because it's expected of us? Most people find that both reasons are true on different occasions. In Glasgow many drinkers go for a binge at the weekend - it has become a habit.
Producer DAVID CORDINGLEY
Book (same title), £1.75, from bookshops