Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Directed by KRISHAN GOULD BBC Birmingham
A series of five programmes on how to propagate plants, presented by GEOFFREY SMITH. 2: Leaf Cuttings
A series of four programmes 1: What is School For?
'The purpose of education is to prepare people for life, not just for the world of work.'
BRIAN REDHEAD looks at the current state of careers education in our schools.
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Guide to Everyday Maths
Ten programmes to brush-up your confidence with numbers. 9: Maps and Graphs
With RAY LONNEN, MANDY MORE
A series of 20 programmes
A visit to Leningrad
And Goodbye, Summer: Episode 11
A second-stage Italian language series: ten programmes looking at Italy today.
5: I Mass Media
Presenter DENIS MACK SMITH
with ROY HUDD and IRENE THOMAS
Ninety-two groups doing 39 different activities - who are they? The answer is FIRCONES-Friends in Retirement - a remarkable Birmingham organisation run by retired people for retired people, which is the subject of this week's programme.
Director GILES OAKLEY Producer BRIGIT BARRY
Whom I Have Desired
SISTER MARGARET MAGDALEN, CSMV, reflects on chances that change your life and leads an act of studio worship. Reader GWEN WATFORD
THE ST MICHAEL THE BELFRY SINGERS conducted by ANDREW MAIRIES
Producer ELIZABETH GORT
Christian comment on Ceefax page 294
A church is a place of worship, and each building has something to say, some story to tell. Today R. T. BROOKS is at
Christ Church, Sutton, Surrey
Television presentation by RAYMOND SHORT
With PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers JACK SCOTT
Ten films about the wildlife of the seashore, presented by TONY SOPER 9: The Strandline
Producer RON BLOOMFIELD Director JUDY BROOKS
continues the season of classic British war films. starring John Mills
Sylvia Syms , Anthony Quayle
During the German offensive in Libya in 1942, Captain Anson, commander of a motor ambulance convoy, finds himself cut off from his unit with only an old ambulance to take him back to Alexandria. His companions are two young nurses and his sergeant, Tom Pugh. As the little party sets off on the long journey, they meet Van der Poel, a South African Captain, who begs a lift.
Screenplay by T. j. MORRISON and CHRISTOPHER LANDON
From the novel by CHRISTOPHER LANDON Produced by W. A. WHITTAKER Directed by j. LEE-THOMPSON
Films: page 13
Sister Diana Murdoch:
Capt Van der Poel:
Sister Denise Norton:
It Takes a Smart Man
Big John Cannon:
starring Toller Cranston
1972 World Champion and 1976 Olympic bronze medallist.
A new concept and a new image of the ice show ... not an extravaganza, but spectacular virtuoso performances from past champions and medallists using sound and light to create a ballet on ice.
An AMERICAN BROADCASTING COMPANY production
A series of eight programmes 3: Sit and Stay
Barbara Woodhouse shows how easy it is to teach a dog to sit and stay, by using the dog's ' pocket' together with the correct tone of voice and hand signals.
Producer PETER RIDING
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
by NEIL MUNRO. Dramatised in six parts by TOM WRIGHT with and 1: Although it is ten years since Bonnie Prince Charlie fled to France, Jacobite hopes are still alive, and the cross-channel trade in spying is still brisk. But it is a dangerous occupation - especially in Paris where our story begins.
Flute theme composed by GEORGE MCILWHAM
Designers HELEN RAE , BOB SMART Producer PHARIC MACLAREN Directed Dy PETER MOFFATT BBC Scotland
from Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire Gerry Monte visits this Cotswold town with its surprising mixture of industry and rural concerns. He talks with new and long-time residents, about their lives and the hymns they have chosen.
Church members join to celebrate their faith in the Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin.
Come down oh love divine (Down Ampney); Teach me, my God and King (Sandys); Spirit divine attend our prayers (St Agnes); Jesus is Lord: For the beauty of the earth (England's lane); Make me a channel of your peace; Morning has broken (Bunnessan); Crown Him with many crowns (Diademata).
Organist DAVID KIRK
Conductor WADHAM SUTTON
Film director INGRID DUFFELL Producer MICHAEL SHOESMITH
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT BBC Birmingham
(Repeated: tomorrow at 3.15 pm)
Grounded by N. J. CRISP starring
Mason, attempting to get his own back, involves the CAA in a check on the Brittania's airworthiness. But it rebounds and the plane is grounded because of a faulty engine ... and spares are not easy to come by. Series devised by ERIC paice and N. J. CRISP Script editor JOHN BRASON Designer MYLES LANG
Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director ANDREW MORGAN
starring George Peppard with Inger Stevens
Orson Welles , Keith Michell
Reno Davis , an expatriate American down on his luck in Paris, is delighted to find a job as tutor to the child of a rich widow. When he meets her family and friends however, Davis begins to suspect them of sinister political ambitions. Then a murder is committed ...
Screenplay by IRVING RAVETCH and HARRIET FRANK JR based on the novel by STANLEY ellin Produced by DICK BERG
Directed by JOHN GUILLERMIN Films: page 13
Claude de Gonde:
A death in the family causes Libby and Richard to think seriously about the business of dying.
Written by GARY MARKOWITZ Directed by WILL MACKENZIE
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 4: Take a Deep Breath ...
Drug research and development is an expensive and risky business, but the rewards for success are high. In the early 60s DR ROGER ALTOUNYAN , himself an asthmatic, was trying to discover an effective treatment for asthma; using himself as a human guinea-pig, he discovered a drug which revolutionised the treatment of asthma for many patients.
It led Fisons Ltd, a company better known for its garden and agricultural fertilisers, into new markets. Twelve years after, and 2,000 compounds later, they feel they're close to another breakthrough -but they're not there yet. Commentary MICHAEL DEAN
Producer ROBERT CLAMP
Director J. PETER KINKEAD
The Coxswain: for 47 years Henry ' Shrimp' Davies served in the Cromer lifeboats. He followed his famous uncle Henry Blogg as coxswain in 1947, and until his retirement in 1976 had helped to save over 600 lives. Tonight he talks to Roger Maynard about the sea and ships and Times Remembered.
Director BETTY BEALEY Producer MIKE DERBY