7.15 Limits to Modelling.
7.40 English Furniture of the 30s.
8.5 The Crab Nebula.
Focus on Asian arts and artists in multi-racial Britain.
Studio director KEITH brook
Producer SALEEM SHAHED. BBC Birmingham
Gaelic for Beginners. Twenty programmes for beginners in Scots Gaelic. Presented by MAIREAD BOSS 14: Can a-rithist e
Producer NORMAN MCCANDLISH
Book (same title) 14.00, records £7.48, cassettes £7.19. from bookshops
In the ninth of a series of explorations of the Christian life, DAVID TENNANT thinks about tension and frustration. Meditation and prayers are led by R. T. BROOKS.
Producer MICHAEL SHOESMITH
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Bristol
,Featuring the news, views, politics and practice of those involved with the land. With PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers JIM BACON
A series of 11 films
5: Foundation Stones
The average Japanese company is not, as many people imagine, a large multi-national corporation but a small family business. Globe Pencil and the Tanaka Mirror Co are typical examples of such companies.
Directed by LIBBY HALLIDAY
Produced by HOWARD SMITH (RepeaO
continues the season of British films from the 40s and 50s, starring John Mills , Cecil Parker
Music, mutiny and midsummer madness are the ingredients in this good-natured comedy set in a school. When their popular teacher, Mr Dingle , is sacked, the boys and girls rebel and barricade themselves in the gym-but luckily all ends happily. The school orchestra features prominently in the story and if their talents seem remarkable then perhaps Humphrey Lyttelton and his band should share in the honours.
Screenplay by TED WILLIS
Produced by VICTOR SKUTEZKY Directed by CYRIL FRANKEL Films: page 82
Six films of early exploration introduced from the Royal Geographical Society by Duncan Carse 5: Trans-China Expedition (1931)
' If the heat does not kill you, the cold will', such was the warning given to the great Citroen Trans-China Expedition.
The explorers' ordeal is captured in outstanding action photography; vehicles teetering on mountain ledges, bogged down in snowdrifts, almost swept away in fierce torrents. Narrator PIERRE VALMEB
Sweltering in Persia, freezing in the Himalayas, battling through a civil war, this is a remarkable record of a 1931 expedition - which is, of its kind, a minor epic of exploration, (DAILY MAIL) Assistant producer DAWN A. SWERUNG Producer RICHARD ROBINSON
The saga of a land and its people in 12 parts. From the epic best-selling novel by JAMES A. MICHENER. 9: The Crime starring
The Wendells criminally reinforce their roots in the community. At the Venneford a suicide means new ownership, while Farmer Brumbaugh still searches for the perfect labour force.
Written by CHARLES LARSON Directed by HARRY FALK
Produced by MACK HARDING and JOHN WILDER
Every gardening broadcaster Is asked by the public, 'why don't you come down our street, where the soil is lumpy and dry, not perfect as you see on television? ' Residents of a typical suburban street in the Lea Valley, Hertfordshire, invite BBC1's specialists to advise, admire and even do some work in their gardens. Bob Legge
Superintendent of the Royal Parks, taking a day off from his preparations for the Royal Wedding. Jock Davidson who has a lifetime's experience in growing houseplants and their problems
Roy Lancaster tree expert, recently returned from an expedition to China, and Peter Seabrook also answer questions on gardening problems brought to them at the local Garden Centre. Director NEIL ECCLES
Producer MICHAEL LUMLEY
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
dramatised in eight parts by ANDREW DA VIES
2: Merlin has given Arthur the magic sword Excalibur to help him defeat the nobles who oppose his rule. Unknown to Arthur, his half-sister Morgan, a sorceress masquerading as a nun, has sworn to kill him in revenge for her father's death.
Music composed by DUDLEY SIMPSON Producer KEN RIDDINGTON
Director RODNEY BENNETT
Morgan Ie Fay:
with Thora Hird
The last programme in the series. The hymns Thora introduces have all been requested by viewers and come from some of the most beautiful and interesting places of worship in the land, this week including Blackburn Cathedral, Boston Parish Church (the Boston ' Stump ') and St Alban's Abbey. Director MICHAEL WOOD
Producer ELIZABETH GORT
Hymns from previous Songs of Praise series (record EEC 338, cassette zcu 338), from record shops
A film profile of HRH The Prince of Wales Prince Charles has been described as self-conscious, vulnerable, ambitious and incurably romantic. In this documentary he talks about his life and loves. Historic news-reel film shows him growing up in a changing world under the influence of older members of his family.
His schoolfriends recall the shy boy coming out of his shell. Prince Charles wants to succeed in everything he does, and his polo coach and helicopter instructor tell how he pushes himself to the limit.
Hugh Scully follows the royal progress, including the Prince's recent visit to Australia and America, and looks at the woman who will have more influence on him than anyone else - Lady Diana Spencer ,
Film editor ARTHUR BENNETT
Assistant producer PAUL CORLEY Producer ALAN SCALES
John Wayne , Robert Mitchum with James Caan , Charlene Holt
When Cole Thornton rides into El Dorado , he finds an old friend, Sheriff Harrah, on the other side of a gun barrel. Cole leaves town when he discovers that he has been hired to run people off their land, but it is not long before he is back. This time he finds the Sheriff in a bad way and as Cole himself has a paralysed arm, the two of them don't seem much opposition to the cattle baron's gunfighters ...
Screenplay by LEIGH BRACKETT , based on the novel The Start in Their Courses bv HARRY BROWN
Produced and directed by HOWARD HAWKS Films: page 82
J P Harrah:
In 1961 four girls in Garabandal, a remote village in northern Spain, began claiming that they were seeing visions. Through these visions, the girls said, God was issuing a warning to the world: ' The cup is filling up, and if we do not change, a great chastisement will befall us'. The chief visionary of Garabandal, Conchita Gonzalez , has since emigrated to America and married. This Everyman film tells her story: the visions, the warning to the world, her attempts to hide from her growing fame, and her fears for her own children.
Producer WILLIAM NICHOLSON
Everyman editor ANDREW BARR
Presented by John Morgan
Who decides what you read in the newspapers or see on television? How - and why - are these decisions made? What are the real stories behind the news headlines? Each week The Editors questions the people responsible - the men and women who choose the stories you read, hear and see.
Researcher MALCOLM BRINKWORTH Director PIETER MORPURGO Producer JEREMY BENNETT
A series of ten programmes with Donald Sinden 7: Civic Pride
Churches built on the profits of the flourishing medieval wool trade brought the Perpendicular style to fruition. But the new prosperity also brought conflict between Church and State, and the stage became set for Henry VIII 's break with Rome. Donald Sinden visits Fairford and Cirencester.
Producer DICK FOSTER (First shown, BBC2)
The Summer Sky
During summer evenings many interesting constellations are on view. There are also some spectacular double stars, most of them are binary systems in which the components are physically associated. Patrick Moore surveys the evening sky during the summer, and points out some double stars which may be seen with any small telescope.
Producer PIETER MORPURGO
Newsletter No t. The Sky at Night. BBC Television, London WH SQT