Focus on Asian arts and artists striving for recognition as an integral part of the cultural life of a multi-racial Britain.
MARK FRANCIS, Organiser of the Arts of Bengal Exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery, London, which is currently on view at the City Art Gallery, Manchester, talks about the role such exhibitions can play in improving race relations in a multi-racial society.
Producer SALEEM SHAHED
Studio director KRISHAN GOULD BBC Birmingham
A series of three programmes 2:Towards Participation
When companies wish to reorganise, how should they involve unions and workers?
A series of 16 programmes 1:A Language of Shapes
Producer BRIGIT BARRY
A series of 19 programmes which aims to help mentally-handicapped people get more out of life.
10:Let's Go to the CentrePresented by BRIAN RIX
Five programmes which aim to help the families of disabled people, with TONY NORTHMORE 2: Under One Roof
This programme looks at three families, whose children attend a pre-school playgroup in Yeovil, which has been instrumental in bringing together all the local-caring services under one roof.
Series producer GORDON CROTON Producer CHARLES pascok
A 25-part Italian language course for beginners and near-beginners. 14: Introduced by MARISA DILLON-WESTON
Ten programmes on ways of improving race relations. 2: Great Expectations
Black parents have high expectations of their children.
What can be done by the schools to help black teenagers reach high levels of achievement?
A church is a place of worship, even when there is no congregation present. Each building has something to say, some story to tell. Today R. T. BROOKS is at St Augustine's Parish Church, Rugeley, Staffs. Singer LEONARD PEARCEY
TV presentation MICHAEL SHOESMITH Series producer RAYMOND SHORT BBC Birmingham
Hallowed Be Thy Name FR MICHAEL HOLLINGS talks with RAYMOND SHORT about the Christian's response to God.
Director JOHN WILCOX
Producer MICHAEL SHOESMITH BBC Birmingham
With PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers JACK SCOTT
Writing safety reports.
Presented by BARRY TOOK With MICHAEL GAMBON
SAEED JAFFREY and GODFREY JAMES
Adults wanting help with reading, writing or spelling can ring [number removed]or send their name and address to: [address removed]
starring Kay Kendall , Yul Brynner An egotistical orchestral conductor Victor Fabian and his enchanting wife Dolly split up when she discovers him ' auditioning' a young pianist. But the separation causes complications.
Screenplay by HARRY KURNITZ
Directed by STANLEY DONEN. Films: page 29
Mr Wilbur Jr:
(First shown on BBC2)
Big John Cannon:
Whose best brainchild ... ?
The competition to find the brightest ideas and inventions of our young people.
Introduced by John Tidmarsh
Teams from a dozen British schools will confront a panel of judges from the world of science and technology. Heat 1. This week Prof Colin Blakemore , Oxford
Dr Donald Broadbent, Oxford, and Prof Aubrey Manning , Edinburgh, assess: The Barnacle Invaders from PARKSTONE GRAMMAR, POOLE Aerodynamic Luggage from DRAYTON SCHOOL, BANBURY
Absent-mindedness from BEXHILL COLLEGE
Studio director ROY NORTON Producer COLIN RIACH
starring Roy Hull and Emu Billy Dainty , Barbara New Written by ROD HULL
Designer RAY LANGHORN Director MIKE STEPHENS
Producer PETER RIDSDALE SCOTT BBC Manchester
by CHARLES DICKENS , dramatised in nine parts by WILLIAM TREVOR starring with 6: Nell and her Grandfather have had to leave the waxwork show in a hurry to avoid being caught by Quilp. Back in London the Single Gentleman is having difficulty in tracing the pair's whereabouts.
Music composed bv CARL DAVIS
Costume designer JOYCE HAWKINS Script editor ALISTAIR BELL Designer MICHAEL EDWARDS Producer BARRY LETTS Director JULIAN AMYES
the Single Gentleman:
with Angela Rippon ; Weatherman
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore
The use of touring caravans is growing tremendously from year to year and is without question one of the 'boom' areas of holiday-making. In Britain, a look at any holiday route during summer will provide ample evidence of that popularity. A film report by CLIFF . MICHELMORE Veniceis not so much a city as an emotion. A serene and graceful place threatened over the centuries by the water on which it stands and even by the number of people simply wanting to go there. JOHN CARTER reports.
Our third film is from Frank Bough and his wife, who continue their gentle journey through France taking their time to explore the Gallic byways.
In the studio John Carter and Norma Shepherd have the latest news and views of the travel and holiday scene.
Producer TOM SAVAGE
This week Geoffrey Wheeler explores the Epiphany theme with Rugby's schoolchildren. They sing some favourite hymns and songs in St Andrew's Church to the accompaniment of young musicians, a steel band and an Epiphany procession.
Conductor VALERIE BRODIE Organist MARTIN JACKSON Film director RALPH ROLLS
Producer CHRISTIAN FORSSANDER Series producer ANDREW BARR
Burt Lancaster , Lee Remick
Whisky stocks have got dangerously low in Denver and serious drinkers are relieved to hear that 40 wagon loads of supplies are on the way. Unfortunately for them, two separate bands of people are determined to prevent the wagon train from reaching Denver.
Screenplay by JOHN GAY from the novel by BILL GULICK. Produced and directed by JOHN STURGES. Films: page 29
Col Thadeus Gearhart:
Cora Templeton Massingale:
Captain Paul Slater:
Chief Five Barrels:
by Ruth Carter
A series of six dramatised reconstructions of espionage stories.
Featuring John Normington as John Vassall
"Your duties here, Mr Vassall, should not be too exacting. Collecting keys, documents and so on, ...some security papers, so marked, are seen only by myself, for obvious reasons..." In 1954 a certain Admiralty clerk applied for a vacancy at the British Embassy in Moscow - and was selected.
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Series devised by:
with Angela Rippon ; Weather
On 3 January 1956, five American missionaries flew out over the Ecuadorian jungle on the last stage of ' Operation Auca ' - the epic attempt to evangelise the Auca Indians, regarded as the most ferocious tribe in the Amazon. Within six days all five had been speared to death. Two years later the widow of one of the missionaries and the sister of another decided to make their own attempt to reach the Aucas.
Everyman goes back to the scene of the killings; talks to the missionary women, and to the Auca killers themselves. This first of two films examines the impact of Christianity on a tribe that believed all outsiders were cannibals.
Film editor RICHARD BRUNSKILL Producer DAVID M THOMPSON
Everyman editor WILLIAM NICHOLSON
A series of 15 films
The average Japanese company is not, as many people imagine, a large multi-national corporation, but a small family business. Globe Pencil and the Tanaka Mirror Co are typical examples of such companies and of the complex interdependent network of small businesses which flourishes in contemporary Japan. Photography COLIN MUNN Film editoi LARRY TOFT
Directed by LIBBY HALLIDAY Produced by HOWARD SMITH