With ALISON CHRISTIE-MURRAY ,
JOHN DRYDEN , JILL SHAKESPEARE and GLEN STUART. Macmouse tries to 'fix it' for Ali and J.D. visits Greece to tell the story of St Paul 's missionary journey.
Devised by NORMAN STONE Director ALAN WALSH
Producers CYRIL GATES , DAVID BROWN Executive producer STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Manchester
Spotlight on newspapers and weeklies in Asian languages and English published by and for Asians settled here. The editors discuss their role and future in multi-racial Britain.
Studio director KRISHAN GOULD Producer SALEEM SHAHED BBC Birmingham
Brush up your reading and writing
With BRIAN REDHEAD
Adults wanting help can ring [number removed]or send their name and address to: Your Move, po Box 7, London W3 6XJ Book (same title), £1.20, from bookshops
A combined television and radio course in 25 parts for beginners in German, with on-the-spot documentary film and recordings. 10: Sechzig Pfennig pro Wort
Written by CORINNA SCHNABEL Teaching adviser ANTONY PECK
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI
(Also on Radio 4 VHF at 4.30 pm and on Friday at 11.0 pm)
Ten projects for making furniture at home presented by DAVID DAY and ALBERT JACKSON 5: Dining Table
Directed by DENIS GARTSIDE
Produced by RON BLOOMFIELD
Book (same title), £7.50, from bookshops
Signs of the Kingdom
In our second Advent programme we join the congregation of Salem United Reformed Church in South Leeds as they celebrate some of the signs of God's kingdom they see around them. Worship is led by the Minister, THE REV GRAHAM COOK , and others taking part include DR PATRICK NUTTGENS , THE REV ALAN GRIGGS , KEN GLENDEN-NING, MARJORIE AYTON , and the steel band PARADISE.
Kumbya; When wilt thou save the people?; Invisible hands; 0 come, 0 come, Emmanuel
Television presentation by STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Manchester
Featuring the news and views, politics and practice of those involved with the land. with PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers MICHAEL FISH
The last of six programmes with Cliff Morgan and Carwyn James.
Mini-rugby, coaching, violence, amateurism, sponsorship - so many factors affect the well-being and the future of the game.
starring Bette Davis Robert Montgomery
In one of her rare comedy roles, Bette Davis plays a magazine editor with the classic problem of producing a June Bride issue in midwinter. When she discovers that her new feature writer is a recently-sacked foreign correspondent who is also an old flame, the sparks begin to fly ...
Screenplay by RONALD MCDOUGALL Produced by HENRY BLANKE
Directed by BRETAIGNE WINDUST
. Films: page 23
with Robin and Batgirl in the fantastic cartoon adventures of the Caped Crusaders
Today: The Chameleon
Six programmes in which John Noakes and Shep take a Sunday afternoon drive down the by-ways of Britain.
5: Borders and Bridges
John dodges birds of prey, blows a glass vase, pulls some onions with Percy Thrower and climbs down a factory chimney.
Shep enters the Dog Olympics.
Film cameraman JULIEN BALCHIN Sound recordist MALCOLM HILL Film editor DAVID SHORE Producer DAVID BROWN
Director ALAN WALSH. BBC Manchester
The return of one of the best-loved Western series. Starring
Today: Another Windmill to Go
An eccentric visitor bewilders everyone by rowing a boat across the dry grazing lands of the Ponderosa. But he turns out to have good reason and Ben stands to lose a fortune.
Written by PALMER THOMPSON Directed by JAMES B. CLARK
Little Joe Cartwright:
Introduced by Jimmy Hill
Highlights of two Football League ; matches, plus a report on the second round of the FA Cup.
BOB WILSON looks at the weekend's other headlines.
Commentators JOHN MOTSON
BARRY DAVIES , ALAN PARRY
Producers ALEC WEEKS , JOHN MCGONAGLE , JIM RESIDE , JOHN WATTS. Series producer FRED VINER. Editor MIKE MURPHY
with Angela Rippon ; Weatherman
by SIR WALTER SCOTT , dramatised in : nine episodes by ANTHONY STEVEN starring and 3: Richard is near to death. While waiting at Engaddi for Ilderim, who has gone to fetch a Saracen ! physician he claims can cure the king, Kenneth is reunited with the Lady Edith.
Music composed and conducted by STEPHEN DEUTSCH. Script editor
ALISTAIR BELL. Designer JULIAN Williams Producer BARRY LETTS
Directed by RICHARD BRAMALL
Richard the Lionheart:
Archbishop of Tyre:
from Ealing Abbey
Michael Barratt meets some of Ealing's schoolchildren in the second of two programmes celebrating the 1,500th anniversary of St Benedict. Over 700 children sing their hymns and songs in Ealing Abbey. Their projects include a sponsored walk for Benedictine work in Peru, the acting of a modern parable, and help with a community playgroup.
O praise ye the Lord (Laudate Dominum); Reigning in glory (Iste Confessor); At the name of Jesus (Camberwell); Glad that I live (Water End); All creatures (Lasst uns erfreuen): Jesus, good above all other (Quem Pastores): Hark a herald voice (Merton); Now thank we all our God
Organist CHERRY-WILLOW PAULS Conductor PHYLLIS VON STRANZ
Blessing THE RT REV FRANCIS ROSSITER, OSB, Abbot of Ealing Abbey Producer RALPH ROLLS
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
Christian Comment on Ceefax p294 (BBC2)
starring Doug McClure
Peter Cushing , Caroline Munro
When their giant burrowing machine hurtles out of control, Dr Perry and his American backer, David Innes , discover a terrifying pre-historic world enclosed in a vast subterranean cave. Captured by a tribe of half-human creatures, the two explorers survive a series of hair-raising adventures until they come to grips with the real rulers of the world-the grisly Mahars.
Screenplay by MILTON SUBOTSKY based on the novel by EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS
Produced by JOHN DARK
Directed by KEVIN CONNOR. Films: p 23 (First showing on British television)
Dr Abner Perry:
with Magnus Magnusson
The MacRobert Arts Centre at the University of Stirling is the setting for this special Semi-final match between the four ' best losers' from the heats.
Tonight's winner will fill the last place in the Final line up.
Christopher Cooke (bank official) The life of Richard III
Samuel Mortimer (civil servant) Napoleon's campaign in Russia Roger Sandell (teacher)
The British Army, 1914-1918 Jacquelyn Tonge (teacher) Novels of Nevil Shute
Series producer BILL WRIGHT Production
ANTONIA CHARLTON. MARY CRAIG
starring Trevor Eve in Where Was I? by PETER MILLER with Michael Medwin
Doran Godwin and Liz Crowther and featuring
Eddie agrees to help a psychiatrist restore a patient's memory. But the man is in danger if he remembers too much ...
Theme music composed by GEORGE FENTON Film recordist JOHN MURPHY Film editor JOHN LEE Designer JOHN HURST
Photography JOHN WALKER
Producer ROBERT BANKS STEWART Directed by JEREMY SUMMERS
Car park attendant:
The Unstoppable Revolution
' When the Christians of Latin America join the revolution, the revolution will be unstoppable.'
Six years ago these words were spoken by Ernesto Cardenal. Then he was a revolutionary poet and Catholic priest on an island parish in the great lake of Nicaragua.
Since then, some 50,000 people have died, a dictatorship has been overthrown, and today Cardenal is a Minister of State in the revolutionary government. Everyman returns to Nicaragua to discover what the practical experience of revolution has meant for this priest, and for the people in whose name the revolution was carried out.
Narrator PETER FRANCE
Photography PATRICK TURLEY Film editor MICHAEL ALOOF Producer COLIN CAMERON
Everyman editor ANDREW BARR
from the Long Room, The Oval
Peter West introduces highlights of an eventful summer, and is joined by cricket's outstanding players and personalities for the presentation of the annual awards. Among the trophies is the Players' Player, the Young Cricketer and one to the English cricketer whose performance on television gave the greatest pleasure this year.
In this his final year as a commentator, John Arlott recalls some of the most memorable moments of his life in cricket. Introduced by PETER WEST , JOHN ARLOTT
Producer PETER HAYWARD
Television presentation NICK HUNTER