Ten programmes on running your own small business. 3: Keeping Going
Presented by ROBERT FINIGAN
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI
For information on sources of advice and assistance, send large sae to Your Own Business, BBCtv, London [Postcode removed].
A series of 19 programmes which aims to help mentally-handicapped people get more out of life.
6: Let's Go and Get Ready
Presented by BRIAN RIX
Notes for parents and teachers, S5p inc postage, are available from BBC Publications, PO Box 234, London [Postcode removed]
A series of ten programmes 3: Le Pain et le Vin
French eating and drinking habits as reflected in the making of bread, the serving of wine and the cooking of a pot au feu. With songs by GEORGES BRASSENS.
A 25-part language course in Italian for beginners and near-beginners: 4. Introduced by MARISA DnxoN-WESTON
Book (same title), £2.50; records 1 and 2; cassettes 1 and 2; Tutors' notes, 11.00, from bookshops
Ten projects for making furniture at home presented by DAviD DAY and ALBERT JACKSON 2: Occasional Tables
A glass and metal table you can make in 20 minutes, plus a more sophisticated design in solid mahogany. Last, but not least, a garden table made from an old sewing-machine.
Directed by DENIS GARTSIDE Produced by RON BLOOMFIELD
Book (same title), f7.50, from bookshops
Change and Certainty
The second of four programmes exploring Christian experience.
This week DEREK WILLIAMS tells how he discovers something unshakeable ' through all the changing scenes of life '.
Also taking part TOM DURHAM, DOREEN KEOGH and DAPHNE ROGERS with music by .JANCIS HARVEY and THE SMALL CWT.
Directed by INGRID DUFFELL
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
A practical guide to everyday writing, introducing seven new and handy ways of remembering spelling. Today there's help with diaries and calendars.
(Details: see Tuesday, 11.25 am BBC2)
Adults wanting help with reading, writing or spelling can ring [number removed]or send their name and address to: Write Away, po Box 7, London [Postcode removed].
continues the season of classic adventure films.
Today starring Jehn Mills , with Derek Bond , Harold Warrender James Robertson Justice Reginald Beckwith
The story of Scott's last Antarctic expedition is one of unsurpassed courage and bitter tragedy. In this film version of the events of 1909-1912, a fine cast is headed by John Mills.
Director CHARLES FREND. Films: page 25
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Dr E A Wilson:
Capt L E G Oates:
Lt H R Bowers, RIM:
PO (Taff) Evans, RN:
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Chief Stoker W Lashly, RN:
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Surgeon-Lt E L Atkinson, RN:
This year the Metropolitan Police celebrated their 150th Anniversary. The culmination of the celebration was the Tattoo at Wembley Arena in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen.
Outside broadcast cameras were there to televise this unique occasion of variety, music and pageantry, featuring all aspects of the Force from 1829 to 1979.
Introduced by john STAPLETON
Executive producer KEN GRIFFIN
Television presentation RICK GARDNER
A six-part voyage of discovery around the coasts of Britain, with John Noakes and Shep.
1: Southampton to Penzance
The good ship Pleiades sails west, Shep meets 400 donkeys, John tries his first water-ski jump, and everyone makes for Helston in time for the Flora Dance.
Film cameraman JULIEN BALCHIN Sound recordist MALCOLM bill Film editor PETER MARSH Producer DAVID BROWN BBC Manchester
One hundred judges in BBC centres throughout the country, and our viewers at home, are invited to choose
The Rising Star of 1979 Lennie Bennett introduces tonight's rising stars from the ABC Theatre, Blackpool
The Paul Brookes Band
* alloon & Egan, Mandy Deerlng Greg McKenzie , Blazing Affair
Norma Jean , Peter Wallis The Holloway Twins
BBC NORTHERN RADIO ORCHESTRA conducted by BERNARD HERRMANN Designer JOHN COLEMAN "'rector TONY HARRISON
Producer BARNEY COLEHAN
Dramatised in eight parts by ANDREW DAVIES
3: Arthur has made himself ruler of all Britain, created the Fellowship of the Round Table and made Guinevere his queen. Morgan, determined to destroy him, has stolen his scabbard, which affords magical protection against wounds, and thrown it into a lake.
Fights arranged by B. H. BARRY
Music composed by DUDLEY simpsob Film cameraman NAT CROSBY Film recordist DAVE JEWITT Designer KENNETH SHARP Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director RODNEY BENNETT
Morgan Ie Fay:
The BBCtv Roadshow meets young people on the move between school and work.
With Linda Lewis and Jon Eden
Sketch written and performed by Derek Griffiths
Free Roadshow Guides on jobs, rights and the law available from libraries, careers offices and job centres.
Roadshow Youth Information Week is in Brixton this week.
(Roadshow Disco BBC1 tomorrow night)
Sketch written and performed by:
The first of two programmes from the city, once one of England's capitals. Nine hundred years later; William the Conqueror's great' Cathedral Church of St Peter, St Paul and St Swithin, a link with that past, is at the centre of birthday celebrations.
Michael Barratt has been talking to local people, who are joined this week by the Cathedral Choir in one of Europe's finest churches.
0 thou who earnest (Hereford); To thee, 0 Lord (Golden Sheaves); Jerusalem; My song is love unknown; Father, hear the prayer (Sussex); Love divine (Love divine); 0 the deep, deep love of Jesus (Ebenezer); All for Jesus. Conductor MARTIN NEARY Organist JAMES LANCELOT Film director JIM MURRAY Producer JOHN DOBSON
Series producer ANDREW BARR
The Next Generations by ALEX HALEY
A series of seven episodes continuing the extraordinary saga of one man's search for his roots. Episode 4 starring
1917: in San Antonio, Texas, 13 black soldiers are hanged as the result of a race riot in which 20 people died. Simon Haley has enlisted in the army after completing his college education and soon has to face up to the problems of racial tensions at home and on the battlefield.
Written for television by SYDNEY A. GLASS and ERNEST KINOT Produced by STAN MARGULIES Directed by CHARLES s. DUBIN A DAVID L. WOLPER production
(First showing on British television)
Bertha George Palmer:
Big Slew Johnson:
Mrs Andy Warner:
by PETER SPENCE starring and Script associate CHRISTOPHER BOND Music RONNIE HAZLEHURST Designer IAN RAWNSLEY
Producer GARETH GWENLAN
starring Trevor Eve in An Uncertain Circle by ROBERT BENNETT with Michael Medwin
Doran Godwin and Liz Crowther
Eddie's search for a missing aerial photographer causes both him and the radio station a bumpy ride ...
Music composed by GEORGE FENTON Film editor TARIQ ANWAR Designer JOHN HURST
Photography DAVID WITSON
Producer ROBERT BANKS STEWART Directed by MIKE VARDY
Theme music (record nisi 67). Boot, 90p, from booksellers from 25 October
Twenty years ago an American ex-alcoholic called CHUCK DEDERICH founded Synanon, an idealistic commune dedicated to curing heroin addicts. Its lifestyle-a combination of strong discipline and the seductive ' Synanon game ' - proved so attractive that non-addicts began to join. By the 1970s Synanon had developed into a multi-million-dollar religious cult, and Dederich into a semi-divine leader. Under his leadership the Synanon members shaved their heads, divorced their wives, and submitted to vasectomies.
Today Dederich is on trial for conspiracy to murder. In this Everyman report Peter France tells the story of the rise and fall of Synanon, learns why its followers surrendered to Dederich, and why, like so many cults, the original dream turned to nightmare.
Film cameraman TAN STONE Film editor STEVE NEWSHAM Producer NORMAN STONE
Everyman editor WILLIAM NICHOLSON See page 3
Six programmes about the cinema and public opinion in the 1940s. 4: Today's Crisis ...
Many senior members of the Labour Government which came to power in 1945 believed that they should continue to use the propaganda machinery available during the war. How far were their efforts defeated by the series of crises between 1945 and 1951? Written by NICHOLAS pronat Produced by Howard smith
A Yesterday's Witness series of six programmes about British life in India in the 20s and 30s. 4: Sahibs
' It has been said that India was a man's country and I think there is a great deal in this. Basically the job that had to be done ... had to be done by men.'
Three British Sahibs recall their time in this man's country'. An Indian civil servant, a Gurkha officer, and a Bengal pilot remember work and play in the last days of the British Raj.
Producer Stephen PEET
Directed and narrated by CHRISTOPHER COOK
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