With MAGGIE HENDERSON and FRED HARRIS
A magazine for Asian viewers including discussions, review of recent news, music and stories from the communities.
Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director KRISHAN GOULD BBC Birminohant
Featuring JOHN CLEESE in part one of a two-part training nim for all staff who may have to take outside telephone calls.
Written by JONATHAN LYNN and ANTONY JAY Directed by PETER ROBtNSON
A VIDEO ARTS production
A series of 16 programmes
JUNE WHITFIELD and EDWARD WILSON in 10: Appointment
Bob visits his doctor and finds the receptionist less than easy to lip-read.
Producer BRUCE BARRY
A series of 19 pro-t grammes which aims ) to help mentaUyhandicapped people get more out of life.
18: Let's Go to a Footbatt Match Presented by BRIAN Rix
Series producer GOMONCROTON
JIMMY YOMStG 'S
GMtde to Everyday Maths
Ten programmes to brush-up your confidence with numbers. l:Get(!MgKRtght
You've got to know whether things add up. But sometimes a rough answer is as useful as an exact one. Join DAVID BELLAMY , HILARY PRITCHARD and NORMAN BOWLER with pencil and paper as they try their luck. with RAY LONNEN , MANDY MORE and PETER AUBREY
Sketch written by CHRIS MILLER
Production ANNA JACKSON , CHtUS JELLtTr
For information about focal classes in basic maths, ring Ot 9M 5522 (Eng)and): [number removed](Scotland); t2M <M4.t4 (Waies): [number removed]M (Northern Ireland) between 9.30 and S.30 Monday-Friday.
A series of 20 programmes
9: Eating and drinking, Russian-style. Also Goodbye, Sttrnwer; Episode 4-a chance meeting, t chance separation ...
Drama script AUSTAtR MtTON
Production assistant MARY spRENT Producer TERRY DOYLe
(Shou;n t(Ht Monday on BBC2)
A 25-part Italian language course 23: Introduced by MARISA DILLON-WESTON
Produced by TONY ROBERTS
A series of 15 programmes
Planning your retirement or already retired?
Join ROY IHJDD and IRENE THOMAS
This week: Retirement Issue Savings Certificates, the start of stage two of our fitness research project, and Parliamentary correspondent CHRISTOPHER JONES talks about the current Parliamentary issues affecting the retired.
Director GILES OAKLEY Producer BRIGIT BARRY
from Emmanuel Parish Church, Northwood, Middlesex
The first of two services on the theme God at the Centre Conducted by the vicar THE REV RICHARD BEWES assisted by THE REV ALEx Ross and THE REV IAN BENTLEY and members of the congregation Organist DAvm !UFF
Presented for tetevision by RAYMOND SHORT
with PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON BBC Btfnttncham
Weather for farmers JACK SCOTT
Ten Sims about the wildlife of the seashore, presented by TONY SOPER . 1: FootprMtfs tM the Sand
As the holidaymakers paddle at the water's edge, there's a whole world of life beneath their feet - tugworms and sand masons, burrowing starfish and heart urchins. Then at night a whole new group of scavengers comes out in search of prey.
Producer RON BLOOMFtELD
Director JUDY BROOKS (First shoten on BBC'2)
starring Humphrey Bogart, Eddie Cantor, Bette Davis, Olivia de Havilland, Errol Flynn, John Garfield, Joan Leslie, Ida Lupino, Dennis Morgan, Ann Sheridan, Dinah Shore, Alexis Smith, Jack Carson, Alan Hale, George Tobias, Hattie McDaniell, S. Z. Sakall, Edward Everett Horton, Spike Jones and his City Slickers
Warner Brothers studio assembled one of the greatest star line-ups in the history of the movies for this sparkling musical revue. The occasion is a Cavalcade of Stars benefit, where a young singer is hoping for a contract. But the story line is only an excuse for the studio's superstars to delight an audience with songs, dances, sketches, and guest appearances. Just sit back and enjoy it!
Screenplay by NORMAN PANAMA Produced by MARK HELLINGER Directed by DAVID BUTLER
(Black and white). Fttms; pace H
A tipsy stork mixes up his special packages reminding Bugs Bunny how he, too, was twice misdelivered, only saving himself from disaster by a 'haresbreadth'.
Executive producer HAL GEER
A young white man held as a slave by the Apaches manages to escape and gratefully takes refuge at the High Chaparral. But Wind is suspicious of the newcomer and tries desperately to prove that he is a dangerous enemy.
(First shoton on BBC2)
Big John Cannon:
This week: Llandrindod Wells
In this series Arthur Negus is joined by Angela Rippon and they go on the road with a team of Britain's leading experts. They meet the public informally and discuss treasured possessions brought along for their assessment.
The result is a programme filled with surprises and excitement as people discover the truth about objects that have, sometimes, been gathering dust for years. Perhaps the biggest surprise is that there are more 'finds' than disappointments.
Director ROY CHAPMAN
Producer ROBIN DRAKE. BBC Bristol
with Richard Whitmore Weatherman
by H. G. WELLS
Dramatised in five episodes by JAMES ANDREW HALL starring
3: PoHy has met his Aunt Larkms and her three daughters at his father's funeral. His intention to buy a shop with his inheritance has been approved by the John-sons but his lack of urgency m doing so worries them.
Music composed by STEPHEN DEUTSCH Script editor AUSTAiR BELL Designer sustN spENCE Producer BARRY LETTS
Directed by LOVETT BICKFORD
appeals on behalf of the charitable fund of the Royal Air Forces Escaping Society
'To help those who helped us in our hour of need'.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque to: [address removed]
from Grantham, Lincolnshire with combined choirs and musicians from local schools.
' What would you do if you had Margaret Thatcher 's job? '
Gerry Monte returns to Grantham this week and asks this question in two of the schools the Prime Minister attended as a girl. Local history, dance drama and their favourite hymns are contributed by Grantham's schoolchildren meeting in St Wulfram's Church.
One more step; Steat away; Fight the good 6ght (Duke Street); Cross over the road; G)ad that I Hve am I (Water-End); He made me; Dear Lord and Father of mankind (Repton): Mv song is love unknown (Love Unknown) Drama producer BETTY wmTTn Organist GEOFFREY WINTER Conductors
GEOFFREY TtMMINS , CYNTHIA WATSON Film director INGRID DUFFELL Producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
Series producer ANDREW BARB BBC Manchester
starring also starring
In his self-appointed task of overthrowing the rule of King Charles I by a civil war, Oliver Cromwell's ragged forces are soundly beaten at the battle of EdgehUL Undeterred, Cromwell creates his New Mode! Army and leads them against the royal troops at the battle of Naseby.
Screenplay by KEN HUGHES Produced by IRVING ALLEM Directed by KEN HUCHES FitnM: pose 19
the Earl of Manchester:
Queen Henrietta Maria:
the Earl of StrafTord:
Hugh Peters *:
Sir Edward Hyde:
Two top show business personalities join forces for the first time. Goldie Hawn and Liza Minnelli demonstrate teamwork in a dazzling display of talent from first rehearsal to showtime.
Produced by GEORGE SCHLATTER
(Programme recorded in America)
with Richard Whitmore Weather
How did Mary Whitehouse come to hold her headline-catching views? And how far is she motivated by religious fervour? Trevor Beeson meets Mary Whitehouse and challenges her view that all Christians agree with her stance on homosexuality, pornography and the decline in general morality in Britain.
Producer PATT; STEEPLES
Scries producer ANDREW BARR
A series of 15 n!ms 11: Thinking Ahead
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries switched its production facilities from ships to nuclear power stations and moved some of the workers from welding stee! plates to making engines for Mitsubishi Motors. This is one of several examples of the flexibility of large-scale Japanese.industry examined in this 61m.
Photography mcEL MEAKIN Film editor KErrn RAVEN
Directed by PETER RAMSCEM Produced by HOWARD SMITH
An entertainment written and performed by Eamon Morrissey
In this television version of the stage, production, Patrtck Gulliver gives an improbable commentary on a little of the ]ife and work of the great Dean Swift.
Film cameraman REX MAIDMENT Sound recordist FRANK GRAY
Film editor JENIFER MILLSTANE Produced by J.P. MCCRUDDEN
(First shown on BBC Northern Iretand)