7.15 Companies, Computers and Unions.
7.4f E = mc-2. 8.5 Holography at Work.
A See-Saw programme Hit and Miss
A magazine for Asian viewers including discussions, review of recent news, music and stories from the communities. Presented and produced by MAHENDRA KAUL Director KEITH BROOK. BBC Birmingham
A series of five programmes
BRIAN REDHEAD examines some of the implications of the new technological revolution in industry. 2:Getting in on the Act
It is said that companies must 'think micro' because if they don't others will. But how can a micro be introduced into a new product? And how much risk is there? An electronic piano tuner, a greenhouse controller, a tape measure and a digital read-out for machine tools help show what is involved.
Film editor U. A. C. ADAMS
Producer DAVID ALLEN
U. A. C.
The last of a series of ten programmes 10:Aids to Communication
A hearing aid is just that - an aid. Lip-reading too is an aid. To get the most advantage from them they need to be considered as elements in a ' communication package ' - and this package should have a number of different additional elements in it as well. Today's programme considers the ' package
Presented by CHRISTINE MARTIN and JACQUIE HOLDSTOCK With SYLVIA SHERLOCK
Director JOHN BROOKS Producer BRIGIT BARRY
Five films about Spain
4: Madrid - a Housing Revolution
Film editor TONY WILLIAMS
Producer BERNARD adams
Book (same title), 12.50. from bookshops
JIMMY YOUNG'S Guide to Everyday Maths. A series of ten programmes 9:Maps and Graphswith RAY LONNEN and mandyjhore
Sketch by CHRIS MILLER. Production ANNA JACKSON , CHRIS JELLEY
Book (same title), 12.50, from bookshops For information about local classes in maths, ring [number removed](England), [number removed](Scotland), [number removed] (Wales), [number removed]8 (N. Ireland), between 9.30 and 5.30, Monday to Friday.
Gaelic for Beginners. Twenty programmes for beginners in Scots Gaelic. Presented by MAIREAD ROSS 5: Air a' bhata
With SIMON MACKENZIE , CATRIONA MONTGOMERY, CATHERINE ANNE MAC -PHEE, DONALD SMITH , RHODA MAC DONALD, RORY MACDONALD , ANGUS PETER CAMPBELL
A third series of ten programmes presented by DELIA SMITH Salads and Dressings
In the third of our explorations of the Christian life, ALAN GRIGGS looks at the part played by work. Our meditation and prayers are led by R. T. BROOKS.
Director PAUL LOOSLEY
ProducerSTEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Manchester
Featuring the news and views, politics and practice of those involved with the land. with PHILIP WRIXON , DAN CHERRINGTON
Producer john kenyoh BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers JACK SCOTT
Three artists make relief prints, the earliest form of print-making. TREVOR ALLEN uses lino-cut, IAN MORTIMER traditional wood engraving and wood cut, and LYNNE MOORE her own method of cutting simple cards.
Film editor Howard SHARP Producer SUZANNE DAVIES
continues a season of Hollywood musicals starring Bing Crosby with Franciska Gaal , Akim Tamiroff
This musical comedy finds Bing far from home, first in Paris, then in a small Balkan village. His life is made difficult when he has to choose between an American steel heiress and a beautiful peasant girl, named Manya.
There's laughter and complications along the way to the inevitable happy ending. Songs featured include 'Funny old hills' and 'You're a sweet little headache'.
Screenplay by FRANK BUTLER and DON HARTMAN based on a story byANGELA SHERWOOD Produced by HARLAN THOMPSON Directed by FRANK TUTTLE
(First showing on British television) (Block and white). Films: page 10
Countess de Remi:
Count de Remi:
in Busy Body Bear
An MGM cartoon
The return of one of the best-loved Western series, starring
Famed for his outrageous tales, an old man goes too far in trying to prove the truth of his stories. As a result Hoss and Cand'y are mistaken for outlaws.
Written and directed by MICHAEL LANDON
Introduced by John Craven from The Arena, Wembley
Last Autumn two dozen or so young marching bands took part in the third British Marching Band Championships. Trumpet and drum corps, military-type bands, drums and bugles - all were there to perform for about eight minutes in front of a wide-ranging panel of judges, who marked on display and showmanship, drill, deportment and musical effect, to decide on the British Champions.
Presented by LARRY WESTLAND in conjunction with THE association OF
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT INDUSTRIES
Championship director STEPHEN JOHNSON Television presentation KEN GRIFFIN
BACK PAGES: 78
A series of five programmes 3:The Yukon River
Valerie Singleton travels 500 miles down the Yukon river retracing the route of the man who took part in one of the greatest adventures of all time-the 1898 Gold Rush race to the Klondike.
Written by DOROTHY SMITH Film editor DAVID THOMAS
PhotographyLAWRENCE RUSH Producer DAVID HARGREAVES
John Humphrys ; Weatherman
by JANE AUSTEN , dramatised in five parts by FAY WELDON
3: Mr Bingley 's abrupt departure to London has hurt Jane deeply and Elizabeth is convinced the disagreeable Mr Darcy was to blame, as surely as he was for the misfortunes of Mr Wickham - the most agreeable man Elizabeth ever saw.
Pride and Prejudice goes from strength to strength. (FINANCIAL times) Music composed by WILFRED JOSEPHS Producer JONATHAN POWELL Directed by CYRIL COKE
Lady Catherine de Bourgh:
Anne de Bourgh:
Princess Pocahontas is one of the many people associated with Gravesend's past - Shakespeare, Dickens, Turner and Hogarth are others. Bernard Jackson meets some of today's inhabitants of the historic Thames-side borough of Gravesham and asks them about their work, their faith and their favourite hymns, sung tonight in the Milton Road Methodist Church.
All creatures of our God and King (Lasst uns erfreuen); Life is great! So sing about it (Litherop); Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us (Mannheim); Jesus, my strength, my hope (Leominster); In Christ there is no east or west (St Stephen); Sun of my soul, thou Saviour dear (Abends); When I needed a neigh-hour; Let earth and heaven agree (Millennium)
Organist david POULTER
Conductor david GODDARD
Film director PETER BARBER Producer halpb ROLLS
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
(Rpppated on Tuesday at 3.15 pm)
Songs of Praise (record bec 338, cassette ZCM 338), from record shops
Paul Newman Elke Sommer with Diane Baker
Edward G. Kobinson
When Andrew Craig is awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature, he sees the ceremony in Stockholm simply as an excuse for a party and a chance to meet some Swedish girls. Unfortunately for him, Craig's instinct for scenting a mystery leads him straight into a sinister international intrigue.
Screenplay by ERNEST LEHMAN
Based on the novel by IRVING WALLACE Produced by PANDRO S. BERMAN
Directed by MARK ROBSON. Films: page 10
Dr Max Stratman:
Inger Lisa Andersen:
Dr Denise Marceau:
Dr Carlo Farelli:
Dr John Garrett:
Count Bertil Jacobsson:
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.
Director bob uarslanb
Producers HENRY Murray , Esther rantzin Editor RONALD NEIL
Cyril Fletchers Oddities, 11.25, available from 28 May
At the heart of the events which make our daily headlines lie deeper concerns: the principles on which our decisions are based; the effective values and beliefs which shape our society.
In this week's filmed report Peter France investigates one such issue, questioning our responses and looking, with those most directly concerned, at the fundamental values behind the news.
Film editor MICHAEL ALOOF
Series producer colin cameron
Two top show business personalities join forces for the first time. Goldie Hawn and Liza Minnelli in a dazzling display of talent from first rehearsal to showtime.
Produced by GEORGE SCHLATTER
Many elderly people are wary of the younger generation - their attitudes or their appearance. Mavis Nicholson brings together George Mann , a retired welder, and Alison Carter and Colin Luter , two young people who want to say how they see the world.
Film editor shklach BRADY
Producer ian wool?