A See-Saw programme
What's in the Wind?
The Importance of Being Counted Why do we need a census? How is it taken? How are the results used? Confidentiality? Answers to some of the questions that are being asked about the census due on 5 April. Presented and produced by SALEEM SHAHED
A series of eight documentary films featuring practising supervisors in industry and commerce. 1: Who am i?
There are as many ways to supervise as there are supervisors - but taking on the role of supervisor means acquiring new attitudes and skills. What do the first few weeks have in store for you?
Editor COLIN HOBSON
Director SALLY kirkwood Producer ROBERT CLAMP
1:Deafness Has to be a Shared Problem
CHRISTINE MARTIN presents a second series of programmes for viewers with a hearing loss, and for their relatives and friends. Lip-read a breakfast scene, make some ' brief encounters' in the street and have a go at a quiz - which we hope hearing members of the family will enjoy too.
Director JOHN BROOKE Producer BRIGIT BARRY
Five lectures from the Royal Institution on a theme for the 80s.
1: LORD VAIZEY, Professor of Economics at Brunei University
JIMMY YOUNG'S Guide to Everyday Maths
Ten programmes to help you brush up your confidence with numbers. 1: Getting it Right
With RAY LONNEN, MANDY MORE and PETER AUBREY
Book (same title), £2.50, from bookshops.
For information about local classes in basic maths, ring [number removed] (England), [number removed] (Scotland), [number removed] (Wales), [number removed] (N. Ireland), between 9.30 and 5.30, Monday to Friday.
A 25-part combined television and radio course in German.
22: Was machen Sie den ganzen Tag?
(Also on R4 VHF 4.30 and Fri at 11.0)
With Joan Greenwood, Lyndon Brook and Virginia Stride
A ten-part series examining citizens' legal rights and duties.
Written by N.F. Simpson
Self-help pack, The Law in Your Hands, w 95, from bookshops
A series for Lent
Keith Clements invites viewers to share in prayer and worship, through words, music and images. Theme: The Church and the World Reader PHILIP LATHAM
THE TREBLES OF WELLS CATHEDRAL conducted by ANTHONY CROSSLAND THE HIGHFIELD SINGERS conducted by JOHN BISHOP
Readings: Jeremiah 22, vv 13-17; Luke 19. Vv 28-46.
Music: Psalm 23 (Gelineau); 0 God of earth and altar (Kings Lynn); Let there be light (Concord); God of grace (Westminster Abbey).
Images: the stained glass and stone of Wells Cathedral.
Direction CHRISTOPHER mann , PAUL SMITH Production PETER FIRTH. BBC Bristol
Featuring the news and views, Politics and practice of those involved with the land. With PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producer JOHN KENYON BBC Birmingham
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A series of eight programmes for Parents.
One of the most important aspects of our children's education is the school they go to. How do you choose a primary or secondary school? How much choice is there? What happens if you don't get the school of your choice?
continues the season of British films of the 40s. starring Bernard Miles
Rosamund John , Niall Macginnis
In this wartime comedy, a convalescent bomber pilot and his nurse join forces with the local vicar in trying to protect the nest of a pair of rare tawny pipits threatened by army tanks and fanatical egg collectors.
Written and produced by BERNARD MILES and CHARLES SAUNDERS Directed by BERNARD MILES
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The Rev Kingsley:
The return of one of the best-loved Western series starring
Written by JACK B. SOWARDS
Directed by HERSCHEL DAUGHERTY
An opportunity to preview some of this year's entries in the Eurovision Song Contest to be held on 4 April in Dublin.
Introduced by Terry Wogan
JOHN BISHOP and GORDON ELSBURY (Part 2 next Sunday)
Introduced by Jimmy Hill
Action highlights of three Football League matches affecting championship honours, promotion and relegation.
News round-up BOB WILSON Commentators BARRY DAVIES JOHN MOTSON , ALAN PARRY
Producers ALEC WEEKS
JOHN MCGONAGLE , JOHN WATTS Series producer FRED VINER Editor MIKE MURPHY
with Peter Woods ; Weatherman
This week: Troon
Arthur Negus and a team of Britain's leading experts from the world of art and antiques continue on the road. They meet the public informally and discuss treasured possessions brought along for their assessment. The programmes, presented by Angela Rippon , are full of information, excitement and surprises as people discover the truth about objects that have, sometimes, been gathering dust for years. Perhaps the biggest surprise is that there are more ' finds' than disappointments.
Director ROY CHAPMAN
Producer ROBIN DRAKE. BBC Bristol
appeals on behalf of The National Society for Autistic Children
The only body specifically offering welfare and advisory services for parents and professionals. It provides and promotes centres especially for care, education and training of autistic people.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque to
Richard Briers , National Society for Autistic Children, [address removed]
from the John Ross Memorial Church, Glasgow
1981 is International Year of Disabled People; it is also the 50th anniversary of the John Ross Memorial Church for the Deaf. In this special programme, the hymns will be signed by the church's choir to the singing of the choir of St George's Tron.
James O'Hara meets some of the deaf community in Glasgow and then talks to the Minister, THE REV STEWART LOCHRIE, about how he came to be involved in working with the hard of hearing.
All people that on earth do dwell (Old 100th); O God of Bethel! (Salzburg); Break forth, O living light of God (Montrose); God, that madest earth and heaven (Welsh trad); Fight the good fight (Duke Street); When I survey the wondrous cross (O Waly, Waly); Amazing grace! (trad); To God be the glory (W. H. Doane)
Conductors RICHARD DURNO , JANETTE WRIGHT
Organist WILLIAM WRIGHT
Film director RALPH ROLLS
Producer MICHAEL A. SIMPSON
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
by Roy Clarke
Starring Ronnie Barker and David Jason
with Lynda Baron and Emrys James
Nurse Gladys Emmanuel:
by Hugh Whitemore
The fourth of six plays starring Glenda Jackson
with Stephen Murray, Vivian Pickles and David Collings
Cast in order of appearance:
Music DAVID MUNROW
Produced and directed by RODERICK GRAHAM
Walsingham, Secretary of State:
Mary Queen of Scots:
Sir Amyas Paulet, Mary's guardian:
Richard Topcliffe, rack-master:
Sir Anthony Babington, courtier:
Sir Edward Kelley, astrologer:
Dr John Dee, astrologer:
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William Davison, Secretary of the Council:
Thomas Phelippes, Walsingham's chief agent:
John Whitgift, Archbishop of Canterbury:
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 Richard Stilgoe and his travelling piano in search of things ridiculous and unusual.
Director BOB MARSLAND
Produced by HENRY MURRAY and ESTHER RANTZEN Editor RONALD NEIL
Mother and daughter Winifred Rushforth and Diana Bates are both pensioners, both doctors and both practising psychoanalysts. Dr Rushforth, now 95, was in almost at the beginning of the new science of psychoanalysis, and for over 30 years was at the top of her profession.
Her daughter's contrasting attitude to life is reflected both in a quieter lifestyle and a very different approach to therapy.
As mother and daughter, they have always been close. As medical colleagues and friends, they have developed a relationship which goes beyond ordinary family ties.
Welcome to the Working Week
' On my first day at work nobody knew I was coming ... I sat down for the tea break and someone said, "You can't sit there, it's Bill's seat " ...'
TESS GILL , Legal Officer of the General and Municipal Workers' Union, looks at your rights when you're at work, and discusses some of the problems with the members of Unit One in Uxbridge. Interruptions by JOHN COOPER CLARKE
Producer IAN WOOLF
Director PATRICK TITLET
A. J. P. Taylor , broadcaster, controversialist, political activist, and the doyen of English historians, is 75 this week.
The wit, sharpness and clarity of his writings, and his popular presentation of history on television, have made him one of the nation's favourite intellectuals. His teaching has become legendary. Many of his books, such as English History 1914-45 and The Origins of the Second World War, are classics.
Yet his career has had some strange and unpredictable turns. A true radical, he has rarely been far from the centre of controversy. Tonight Ludovic Kennedy is joined by two leading historians, Asa Briggs , Provost of Worcester College, Oxford, and Professor Robert Skidelsky of Warwick University, in talking to A. J. P. TAYLOR about his life, work and beliefs.
Executive producer EDWARD mirzoeff Producer TRISTAN ALLSOP
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