7.40 Charles Rennie Mackintosh
8.05 Computing: Introduction
With MAGGIE HENDERSON and FRED HARRIS
Focus on Asian arts and artists striving for recognition as an integral part of the cultural life of a multi-racial Britain.TARA RAJ-KUMAR , Director, Academy of Indian Dance, and herself an exponent of Kathakali and Mohi niattam , talks about her mission and the difficulties in its way, and RENU SETNA talks about his role in NIGEL WILLIAMS 'S new play, Trial Run.
Producer SALEEM SHAHED
Studio director KRISHAN GOULD BBC Birmingham
A series of five programmes 5: A Day in the Life of Roger McWho
ROGER MCGOUGH with ANN KENNEDY ROBERT OATES , SUSIE BLAKE
A series of 16 programmes
The speech shapes 'r ' and 'l' and the second of our three items on relaxation.
A series of 19 programmes which aims to help mentally-handicapped people get more out of life.
15: Let's Go and Find a Hobby
Presented by BRIAN RIX
Five programmes which aim to help speech-impaired people and their families, with BRIAN TRUEMAN 3: Facing the World - finding and holding down a job are particularly difficult for someone with a speech problem. This programme looks at how a group of stammerers are helping each other.
A series of 20 programmes
6: Buying Things; and Episode 1 of Goodbye, Summer: a story about everyday life in Moscow.
A 25-part Italian language course for beginners and near-beginners. 20: Introduced by MARISA DILLON-WESTON
Produced by TONY ROBERTS
Ten programmes on ways of improving race relations. 8: Where People Live
How three housing departments have revised their policies to help race relations in their areas, and to ensure fairer treatment for all.
Produced by YVONNE DEUTCHMAN
Series producer JOHN TWITCHIN
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 Andrew's Parish Church, Plymouth. Singer PAUL WILSON
Television presentation byRAYMOND SHORT
In the first of three programmes, The Rev. Tony Burnham, a United Reformed Church minister in Manchester, uses the free space of a television studio to create an act of worship: It's a bit like being born. Here I am, thrust into a new world with an opportunity to make something of it ... Where is God in this free space?
The Rev. Tony
With PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers JIM BACON
The policy of comprehensive re-development has not proved a success in keeping communities alive. But how successful is this alternative - renovating the old houses where they stand - particularly where the needs of ethnic minorities have to be considered?
Director IAN POTTS
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A practical guide to everyday writing, with seven new and handy ways of remembering spelling. Today there's more help with writing letters of complaint.
Presented by BARRY TOOK with MICHAEL GAMBON and ZENA WALKER
Sketch written by ANDY HAMILTON and BARRY PILTON
Film editor DAVID PAINTER ProducerCAROLINE PICK
(Repeated: Tuesday BBC2 at 11.25 am)
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The remarkable adventures of a motor car, and its three -very different - owners.
Screenplay by TERENCE RATTIGAN Producer ANATOLE de GRUNWALD
Director ANTHONY ASQUITH. Films: page It
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The latest outstanding action from the XIII Winter Olympic Games at Lake Placid Introduced by David Coleman
The Ladies' Figure Skating Championship
Artistry and grace on ice at the Olympic Arena as the final skating medals are decided. LINDA FRA-TIANNE (USA) will have the advantage of fervent home support as she tries to add the Olympic title to her World Championship. CommentatorALAN WEEKS Bobsleigh
The decisive runs in the four-man championship. Can East Germany retain their title?
Commentator TONY GUBBA Ski Jumping
Highlights of last night's competition on the huge 90m jump. Commentator RON PICKERING Winter Olympic Review
A look back at the outstanding events, performances and personalities of 11 days of supreme competition.
Designer ANDY DIMOND
ProducersALEC WEEKS ,MARTIN HOPKINS DAVID KENNING , JOHNNIE WATHERSTON BOB ABRAHAMS , ALASTAIR SCOTT
Editors JONATHAN MARTIN , HAROLD ANDERSON
with Peter Woods ; Weatherman
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore
A programme of total contrast this week. The bustle of Heathrow and the speed of a jumbo jet crossing continents on its way to Australia. On board, members of a reunion club travelling to visit families ' down under'. With them, Fyfe Robertson.
A cycling holiday in Suffolk. A trip through the quiet back roads which roam through coast and country scenery. A holiday at an easy pace. Norma Shepherd reports. In the studio, the latest news and views from the travel and holiday scene, including developments on the surcharge front-a topic of considerable importance as the summer package holiday season approaches.
Producer TOM SAVAGE
from Wrexham, Clwyd
Over many centuries the Parish Church of St Giles has stood as one of Wrexham's memorable buildings. The sheer magnificence of the huge structure demands the attention of every passer-by and it is where the townspeople of Wrexham have gathered tonight to sing their hymns.
Noreen Bray visited the town and talked to some of the people about their work, life and faith.
Tell out my soul the greatness of the Lord (Woodlands); Thine be the glory (Maccabaeus); How sweet the name of Jesus sounds (St Peter); Just as I am without one plea (Saffron Waldon); The Lord is my Shepherd (Crimond); Be thou my vision, 0 Lord of my heart; Lead, kindly light (Sandon); Ye holy angels bright (Darwall's 148),
Conductor ROLAND MORRIS
Organist CHRISTOPHER JONES
Producer HUW BRIAN WILLIAMS Series producer ANDREW BARR
Starring America's exciting new illusionist David Copperfield in an amazing display of magic with music, as he performs dazzling sleights-of-hand that seem pure sorcery in romantic and bewitching settings.
His guests include Alan Alan , a British Houdini, who attempts an escape whilst bound in chains and suspended upside down from a burning rope.
JOSEPH AND GILBERT CATES
by S. ANSKI adapted by JANE HOWELL from the translation by H. ALSBERG
According to Jewish legend, a dybbuk is the wandering and anguished spirit of a dead person which takes possession of a living body in order to find a resting place. It can only be expelled by exorcism, but even this does not always work.
Cast in order of appearance
Music composed and conducted by JOSEPH HOROVITZ
Lighting CLIVE THOMAS
Script editor STUART GRIFFITHS Designer RICHARD HENRY Producer LOUIS MARKS
Directed by JANE HOWELL
Nisson Ben Rivke:
Man on cart:
Woman who dances:
Man on crutches:
with Peter Woods Weather
Controversial opinions make headlines - particularly when the subject is racial prejudice, law and order or homosexuality. But how have these 'controversialists ' come to form their headline-catching views? And how do their convictions connect with their religious faith?
In this programme Trevor Beeson meets James Anderton, Chief Constable of Greater Manchester. A man who not surprisingly has been described as Britain's most controversial policeman: 'I believe that policing is very much the sort of thing that Christ Himself was doing when He was alive.' But should personal belief impinge on a man's public duty? How can a Chief Constable's proposals for harsher treatment of offenders be reconciled with the Christian Gospel of love and forgiveness?
Producer PATTI . STEEPLES
Series producer ANDREW BARR
' A series of 15 films
8: Love the Criminal Hate the Crime
Japan has the lowest crime rate of any advanced industrialised country. In a society where loyalty to the group and its common values is so strong, what kind of people commit crimes, and what happens to those who get caught? This film looks at the treatment of prisoners at Fuchu,'one of Japan's largest prisons, and at the rehabilitation process, which is largely in the hands of voluntary social workers.
Photography colin MUNN Film editorLARRY TOFT
Directed by LIBBY HALLIDAY Produced by HOWARD SMiTH
Tonight's action from the XIII Winter
Olympic Games at Lake Placid
Introduced by David Coleman Ice Hockey
The final matches in the Olympic Arena. Can the Soviet Union win their fifth consecutive gold medal in this event? Tonight the winners of the Red Group meet the winners of the Blue Group. Commentator
Plus the day's news and results
Editors JONATHAN MARTIN , HAROLD ANDERSON