Features NAVIEDE, a direct descendant of the last Mughal Emperor of India. He has just one ambition in life - ' To be a big success in the world of pop music '.
Presented and produced by SALEEM SHAHED
Studio director KRISHAN GOULD BBC Birmingham
1: Needing a Push
Seventeen Years On
The first of five programmes which aim to help the families of disabled people
A practical guide to everyday writing.
Today there's help with filling in forms. Presented by BARRY TOOK
Ten programmes to help mentally-handicapped people. 1: Let's Go and Meet People
(Details tomorrow at 2.15 pm on BBC2)
Brush up your reading
I and writing with BRIAN REDHEAD
A 25-part German course: 12
An invitation to worship at home
People at home are invited to meditate together, to pray for and with each other, and to break bread together.
This morning's theme: Stillness
Old Testament: Ecclesiastes 3. vv 1-4 Epistle: James 2, vv 14-17 Gospel: Luke 10, w 38-42
Preacher SISTER MARTINA, OP
If you would like to contribute your thoughts and beliefs, or requests for prayers, please write to: This is the Day, BBC Television, London W12 8QT
with PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers MICHAEL FISH
Ten programmes in which Barbara Woodhouse demonstrates her method of training dogs and owners. 1: The Right Start
Producer PETER RIDING
The Braniff Airways World Doubles Championship from The Grand Hall,
Olympia. This year expectations are high for a thrilling climax. Introduced by DESMOND LYNAM. Commentators
DAN MASKELL , JOHN BARRETT MARK COX, FREW MCMILLAN
JOHNNIE WATHERSTON , JOHN PHILIP.
Introduced by Jimmy Hill
Plus all the weekend's latest football news from BOB WILSON. Commentators DAVID COLEMAN
BARRY DAVIES , ALAN PARRY
Producers JOHN MCGONAGLE , JOHN WATTS Series producer FRED VINER Editor MIKE MURPHY
by SIR WALTER SCOTT , dramatised in nine episodes by ANTHONY STEVEN
7: King Richard is surprised to receive a gift from Saladin, a slave leading the hound Roswal. Outside the king's tent, the murderous Charegite awaits his opportunity.
Music composed and conducted by STEPHEN DEUTSCH. Script editor
ALISTAIR BELL. Designer JULIAN Williams Producer BARRY LETTS
Directed by RICHARD BRAMALL
Richard the Lionheart:
Leopold of Austria:
Philip of France:
Archbishop of Tyre:
with Angela Rippon ; Weatherman
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore
The holiday camp - now called a holiday centre - is designed primarily to cater for families, and the uncertainties of the British climate. Has it adapted to changing holiday tastes? Anne Gregg reports from Pontin's at Torbay. The city of Boston is a gateway to the USA and a centre for touring holidays: old colonial history and the autumn tints of New England in this report by John Carter.
In the studio, news on developments that affect your holiday.
Producer CLEM VALLANCE
Geoffrey Wheeler visits one of North Yorkshire's historic towns. He talks to Harry Butterfield who, as a telegram boy, delivered call-up papers for the First World War and who, together with other local people, talks about life, faith and favourite hymns, sung tonight in St John the Baptist Parish Church.
Lord, enthroned (St Helen); When all thy mercies (Contemplation); Jesu. lover of my soul (Aberystwyth); When a knight won his spurs (Stowey); Take my life (St Bees); 0 Jesus I have promised (Hatherop Castle); Now the day is over (Eudoxia), Christ is made the sure foundation (Westminster Abbey)
Organist MEG BROWN
Conductor KEITH DENNIS
Film director jim MURRAY Producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT BBC Manchester
Cary Grant , Sophia Loren
Sophia Loren 's partnership with Cary Grant in this delightful comedy echoes the romantic interlude in her own life, revealed in her recently-televised autobiography.
When his estranged wife dies, Tom Winston is furious to discover his three children shared out among relations. Hustling them off to his bachelor Washington flat, he soon discovers that being a single parent is no joke. Then young Robert runs away ...
Screenplay by MELVILLE SFTAVELSON and JACK ROSE
Produced by JACK ROSE
Directed by MELVILLE shavelson Films: page 22
by CARLA LANE
The first of a new comedy series starring
Bank clerk.STELLA KEMBALL Librarian.DAMARis HAYMAN
Designer TIM GLEESON
Producer GARETH GWENLAN
From the 10,000 letters you send in every week, Esther Rantzen brings you some of the zaniest and funniest. And, with reporters Paul Heiney and Chris Serle , investigates the more bizarre consumer sagas and real-life problems. Also featuring Cyril Fletcher with your odes and oddities of the week, and, out and about, Richard Stilgoe and his travelling piano go round Britain in search of things ridiculous and unusual to sing about.
Director BOB MARSLAND
Produced by HENRY MURRAY and ESTHER RANTZEN Editor RONALD NEIL
' Home, its cares and its employments, is woman's true sphere.'
In the 19th century, this view united liberal reformers of the factory system with working men struggling to improve their conditions: both wanted women out of the factories and back in the home. Then, as now, even Biblical texts could be used to back this view. But women have always needed to earn money, and for years manufacturers have made use of their dilemma, giving out work to women to do in their own homes. Working unseen in the back room, these women are isolated and vulnerable, torn between the demands of employers and home. This Everyman film tries to portray the life of the home worker in the Britain of 1981. Film editor POLLY MOSELEY Producer JENNY MORGAN Everyman editor ANDREW BARR
The first of ten films for young people.
If the police stopped you on the street, would you know what to do and say? Lawyer PAUL BOATENG looks at young people and the police, with JOHN COOPER CLARKE , and patrons of the Negative Cafe in Bath.
The 200-inch Telescope at Mount
Palomar Patrick Moore visits Mount Palomar in South California to see the great 200-inch telescope, and talks to the scientists who use the largest working telescope in the world.
Director PIETER MORPURGO ProducerPATRICIA WOOD
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