by PETER FIRMIN and OLIVER POSTGATE , with music by SANDRA KERR and JOHN FAULKNER
Focus on Asian arts and artists in multi-racial Britain. Interviews with members of the INDIAN-ARTISTS (UK) group and other Asian painters living and working in this country.
A series of five programmes presented by GEOFFREY SMITH 3: Layering
In this method of propagation a branch or shoot is persuaded to form roots before it is detached from the parent plant.
Series producer PETER RIDING Producer BRIAN DAVIES
A series of four programmes 2: Talking About Work
At Regent's Park School, Southampton, pupils report back on three weeks' work experience; at Springfield School, Middlesbrough, employers and trades unions come into school to explore ways of making the curriculum relevant to the world of work.
Presented by BRIAN REDHEAD
Guide to Everyday Maths
The last of ten programmes to brush-up confidence with numbers. Statistics
Join Jim's guests with pencil and paper as he points out what to avoid when faced with statistics, and explains how to calculate and use averages.
With RAY LONNEN, MANDY MORE and PETER AUBREY
A series of 20 programmes
17: High days and holidays
And Goodbye, Summer: Episode 12
A second-stage Italian language series of ten programmes
6: Femminismo - Educazione Presenter
DENIS MACK SMITH
with ROY HUDD and IRENE THOMAS
' Another bride, another June, another sunny honeymoon.'
The joys and difficulties of second marriages. We talk to two couples who married again in retirement; and we ask: what are the Pension Funds doing with your money-are they as profitable as they should be?
Director GILES OAKLEY
Producer BRIGIT BARRY
To Help One Person Grow
RUTH CARDWELL and some members of the Grail Community explore together, in words and music, how to help one person to grow is to help build the world.
Producer STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Manchester
A church is a place of worship and each building has something to say, some story to tell.
Today R. T. BROOKS is at the Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin, Chipping Norton.
Television presentation by MICHAEL SHOESMITH. BBC Birmingham
With PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers MICHAEL FISH
The last of ten films about the wildlife of the seashore.
Presented by TONY SOPER The Changing Coastline
Grand Prix MONACO TELEVISION Athletics JOHN SHREWSBURY
Golf DAVID KENNING , RICHARD TILLING and ALASTAIR SCOTT
Producer Grandstand MARTIN HOPKINS Editor Grandstand HAROLD ANDERSON
Commentators (Motor racing):
Commentator (Motor racing):
This year is the 40th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain, and Biggin Hill Airfield - in the front-line 40 years ago as a fighter station - again stages the International Air Fair with displays from aircraft old and new from many countries. The world-famous Red Arrows have recently re-equipped with their new aircraft, the Hawk. Today they make their first television appearance at a major air display in the new aircraft, demonstrating their incomparable precision flying. Together with them, there will be acrobatic skill of the highest order from other service and civil pilots, parachuting from the RAF Falcons and aeroplanes to stir many memories. Raymond Baxter introduces highlights from this exciting occasion.
Peter Brookes's View: page 82
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
by NEIL MUNRO , dramatised in six parts by TOM WRIGHT with 2: Count Victor has come to Scotland to find the mysterious Drimdarroch. En route to Inveraray he is attacked by a group of clansmen and is forced to kill one of them before seeking shelter in Doom.
Fight arranger DEREK WARE
Designers HELEN RAE. BOB SMART Producer PHARIC MACLAREN Directed by PETER MOFFATT BBC Scotland
Duke of Argyll:
appeals on behalf of The Corrymeela Community a community of Christians from several traditions dedicated to reconciliation in Ireland.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, to: [address removed]
from Crediton, Devon
Crediton this year celebrates the 1,300th anniversary of its most famous son, St Boniface. This great Englishman spent his formative years here before beginning his missionary work in Europe.
Geoffrey Wheeler tells his story and talks to local people who sing their favourite hymns in the Parish Church of the Holy Cross.
Conductor RONALD SMITH Organist DONALD JAMES
Film director CHRISTIAN FORSSANDER Producer JOHN DOBSON
Series producer ANDREW BARR
1 For hymns see tomorrotc at 3.15 pm)
A Kind of Cuckoo by N. j. CRISP starring
Red-Air is operating again. Preparations for Burton's big deal reach an impasse as Blair sells his cottage to provide his share of Red-Air's purchase.
Series devised by ERIC PAICE. n. j. CRISP Script editor JOHN BRASON Designer STANLEY MORRIS Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director KEN GRIEVE
starring Elizabeth Taylor Paul Newman , Burl Ives
Tennessee Williams's powerful play about the tensions in a dying millionaire's family gets a lively screen performance from Elizabeth Taylor as the 'cat' determined not to jump off the roof, no matter what it costs her.
Big Daddy returns from a medical check-up for a celebration birthday party under the impression that he is a fit man. Festivities are strained however, since half his family know Big Daddy has cancer. When he learns the truth, a crisis develops.
Screenplay by Richard BROOKS and JAMES POE
Director Richard BROOKS. Films- page 19
Child molestation is a difficult subject to talk about. Richard is surprised to learn that his gentle, sensitive wife, Libby, harbours a deep hatred for her parents' best friend until she tells him how the man behaved toward her during her childhood.
Written by LARRY GELBART and 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
The last of five programmes Under New Management
Coral Leisure made their name and money with betting, bingo and casinos. But in 1977 they paid £34-million to buy the Centre Hotel chain.
The programme follows Coral's strategy for reducing Centre Hotels' almost total reliance on tourism in favour of the more predictable business trade. But to attract the businessman, additional investment will be needed to upgrade the hotels and lose their strong 1960s image.
But 1980 has started badly with tourists being put off by the strong pound, and businessmen at home ever more cost-conscious as interest rates hold at 17 per cent. Commentary by MICHAEL DEAN
Film editor SUE WYATT Producer ROBERT CLAMP
In this film documentary Gill Pyrah explores the conflicting opinions of conservators, residents, visitors and others who spend some or all of their lives against the breath-taking background of the Malvern Hills. Film editor JOHN ROSSER
Producer JOHN CLARKE