Views of young Asians on matters of social, cultural and political concern or conflict as expressed by members of the Asian Women's Movement in Rochdale.
Studio director KRISHAN GOULD
Producer SALEEM SHAHEOD BBC Birmingham
A series of five programmes on how to propagate plants, presented by GEOFFREY SMITH 1: Stem Cuttings
Taking stem cuttings is probably the most popular way of increasing one's stock of plants. In this programme Geoffrey Smith shows how to take softwood, semi-hardwood and hardwood cuttings, and offers practical advice on growing chrysanthemums - from taking the cuttings to full bloom.
Producer BRIAN DAVIES
Aspects of Mental Handicap
The last of six short films for parents and those professionally concerned with mental handicap, developed with additional material from the documentary first shown in September 1978.
What Kind of Future?
Written and produced by cordon CROTON :
Guide to Everyday Maths
Ten programmes to brush-up your confidence with numbers. 8: Pictures and Charts With RAY LONNEN and PETER AUBREY
A series of 20 programmes 16: A visit to Leningrad
And Goodbye, Summer; Episode 11
A second-stage Italian language series: ten programmes looking at Italy today. 4: Le Regioni
One hundred years after unification-devolution. How is it working out?
Presented by DENIS MACK SMITH
with Roy Hudd and Irene Thomas
'It aims to put more life in your years -to me it's been very good.' The comment of one volunteer from our Fitness Research project, we report on its progress; and we have information on two sensitive topics - senile dementia and incontinence.
The Trumpet Still Sounds
THE REV HARRY MORTON (General Secretary of the British Council of Churches) reflects on some of the experiences that keep him Christian, and leads an act of studio worship. Readers
GWEN WATFORD, GARY WATSON
ST THOMAS MORE SINGERS conducted by KEVIN BREEN
Producer RAYMOND SHORT
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 Christ Church, Oxford
Television presentation by RAYMOND SHORT
featuring the news and views, politics and policies of those involved with the land. with PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers MICHAEL FISH
Ten films about the wildlife of the seashore, presented by TONY SOPER 8: Out to the Islands
Islands have a magic of their own, a magic which brings boatloads of trippers to them every summer. On Skomer Island, off Wales, there are carpets of wild flowers and the cliffs house untold numbers of seabirds.
Producer RON BLOOMFIELD Director JUDY brooks
Book (same title), £4.25, from bookshops
continues the season of classic British war films. Today starring Walter Fitzgerald , Mervyn Johns Ralph Michael , Robert Beatty
Ealing Studios' tribute to the Merchant Navy is based on the heroic recovery of MV San Demetrio by her crew in 1940. Nine hundred miles from Britain and carrying 12,000 tons of petrol, the ship was shelled by a German battleship and caught fire. What happened next was described by an official of the shipping company as ' an epic which will go down in history wherever tales of the sea are told '.
Screenplay by ROBERT HAMER and CHARLES FREND from the official account by F. TENNYSON JONES
Produced by MICHAEL BALCON Directed by CHARLES FREND
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Capt George Waite:
R J E Dodds:
Capt Fogarty Fegan:
Mr Justice Langton:
from Hickstead featuring the Everest Double Glazing Grand Prix
This is the main class of this five-day meeting with prize money totalling Â£15,000. All the leading British riders have entered, including David Broome, Harvey Smith and Caroline Bradley, and Eddie Macken from Ireland, plus full teams from Australia and France.
The Grand Prix is in the form of two rounds with the points from both rounds being added together to decide the winner. In the event of equality, there will be a jump-off against the clock.
Introduced by RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD
Commentators DORIAN WILLIAMS, HUGH THOMAS
Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
A series of eight programmes 2 : Walking to Heel
Dogs that pull on their leads are a big problem for many owners. In this programme BARBARA WOOD HOUSE shows how with the use of the correct type of choke chain, a dog can be quickly taught to walk to heel on a loose lead.
Producer PETER RIDING
with Jan Leeming Weatherman
by PAMELA BROWN starring
THE BLUE DOOR THEATRE COMPANY special guest star Dinah Sheridan
Dramatised by JULIA JONES The last of four episodes
The gang's decision to stage a pantomime, for which they prepare in secret, has become known to their parents. To meet the crisis, Nigel has hit upon a plan which involves a drama competition.
Cast in order of appearance
Music by PAUL READE
Choreography by GERALDINE STEPHENSON Studio lighting JOHN SUMMERS Script editor ALISTAIR BELL Designer MARTIN COLLINS Producer BARRY LETTS
Directed by JOAN CRAFT
from Plymouth, Devon
Introduced by Geoffrey Wheeler
In 1580 the Golden Hind was sighted off Plymouth Hoe. She had been away for three years. Sir Francis Drake had circumnavigated the globe. This week the people of Plymouth begin their ' Drake 400 ' commemorative festival to celebrate this epic voyage and the Elizabethan spirit of adventure. Today they are gathered to sing their songs of praise in St Andrew 's Church-the church where Drake himself worshipped.
Eternal Father (Melita); Father hear the prayer we offer (Gott's will machen); 0 noble England (Monseurs Almaigne); Thine be the glory (Maccabaeus); 0 for a thousand tongues (Lyngham); Give me joy in my heart (Sing Hosanna); Guide me 0 thou great Redeemer (Cwm Rhondda); All creatures of our God and King (Easter Song).
Organist JOHN BOWDEN
Conductor PHILIP LIDDICOAT
Film director ELIZABETH GORT Producer CHRISTOPHER MANN
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
Albatross by J. B. FLACK starring with Burton has taken over ' Red-Air' in Mason's absence. Upon his return Mason believes Blair has connived the situation.
Series devised by ERIC PAICE and N. J. CRISP Script editor JOHN BRASON Designer STANLEY MORRIS Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director MARC MILLER
George C. Scott , Susannah York
Charlotte Bronte's classic tale of the shy orphan who falls in love with her rich and arrogant employer is one of the screen's most popular love stories.
Friendless and without prospects, Jane Eyre is thankful to get a job as governess at Thornfield Hall, even though the master of the house is reputed to be a harsh man. More disturbing is the maniacal laughter she hears in the night ...
Screenplay by JACK PULMAN
Produced by FREDERICK BROGGER Directed by DELBERT MANN Films: page 19
St John Rivers:
starring and with Broccoli
A quiet dinner party for four leads to an unexpected revelation of adultery.
Written by LARRY GELBART Directed by NICK HAVINGA
At the heart of the events which make news lie deeper concerns: the principles on which decisions are based, the effective values and beliefs which are shaping society.
In this week's filmed report Peter France considers, with those most directly concerned, the strengths and weaknesses of the values behind this week's headlines.
Film editor MICHAEL ALOOF
Producers DAVID M.THOMPSON and COLIN CAMERON
A series of five programmes 3: Taking the Biscuit
The British eat their way through six million packets of biscuits every day. Although there are over 600 varieties on the market, a best-selling biscuit can be worth £20-million a year to its manufacturer. At United Biscuits they are known as ' sacred brands ', but new biscuits can disappear with remarkable speed even when backed by a million pounds of advertising. What are the ingredients for success? SIR HECTOR LAING , Businessman of the Year and Chairman of United Biscuits, talks about his recipe for survival in the economic climate of the 1980s.
Commentary MICHAEL DEAN
Film editor ALAN J. CUMNER-PRICE Producer ROBERT CLAMP
Director j. PETER KINKEAD
A television movie starring
Investigating the murder of a young teacher, Stella Stafford - an assistant in the DA'S office - is convinced that the police have made the wrong arrest. The mystery deepens when she discovers that the highly ' respectable' girl frequented seedy pick-up bars and gay discos. Stella's search leads her to Ed Fuller , a wealthy advertising executive, and his handsome and neurotic young friend, Douglas . , . with Screenplay by ROBERT E. THOMPSON Produced by STANLEY KALLIS
Directed by MICHAEL O'HERLIHY
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