A See-Saw programme
The Red Knight
with songs and stories from Dana and the BROWN BROTHERS
John and Gerald sing about loyalty, and DANA tells of the time Peter pretended he wasn't a friend of Jesus.
Director ALAN WALSH
Producer DAVID BROWN
A magazine for Asian viewers. Presented and produced by MAHENDRA KAUL
The first of ten case studies in multi-cultural education, for discussion by teachers.
How far should children's attitudes to other races and other cultures be of direct concern to teachers, especially In ' all-white ' areas of Britain? And what kind of society are we educating children for? This film illustrates practice at a pre-school in Cumbria, at primary schools in Leicestershire, and at a comprehensive in Milton Keynes , Bucks, where teachers have thought out their response to these questions and begun to act upon it.
Film editor PAUL HUMFRESS Director SUE BOYD
Producer JOHN TWITCIIIN
For discussion leader's notes, send large sae (20p) to Multi-Cultural Education, [address removed]
Handbook, Multi-cultural Education - Views from the Classroom, £3.75, from bookshops or direct from [address removed].
A series of five films for
International Year of Disabled People.
1: One in Ten
It has been estimated that in the world today there are at least 500 million disabled people
Film editor LUIS ESPAFIA
Written and produced by GORDON CROTON
The first of 20 weekly programmes for people with hearing problems. News, views and entertainment made more accessible for deaf and hard-of-hearing viewers by subtitles and sign language, This week:
Interim Theatre's Equus
Introduced by MAGGIE WOOLLEY and MARTIN COLVILLE
Produced by PETER DUNKLEY
A 24-part French course for beginners, on television and radio. Programme 1
With CHRISTIAN BRUMELL as Michel
Directed by TERRY DOYLE
Produced by TONY ROBERTS
Details of a special Ensemble correspondence course are available from the National Extension College, Cambridge. Ensemble radio programme on Sundays at 5.30 ptn and Thursdays at 11.0 pm on Radio 4 VHF
Book (same title) £1.30; records £1.90 or cassettes £2.50, available from retailers
In this curtain-raiser to the series, those involved in the teaching of English as a second language can see extracts and hear some ideas on how to use it.
Director JEREMY ORLEBAR
Producer BARBARA DERKOW
Members of the Catholic Stage Guild celebrate their 15th Annual Mass in St Patrick's Church, Soho. Celebrant and preacher:
THE RT REV AGNELLUS ANDREW, OFM, Bishop of Numara
The Guild was formed in 1911 out of concern for the spiritual and pastoral welfare of Roman Catholics who work in show business and the media. Many well-known personalities share in the Mass, sung by members of the Guild, accompanied by St Patrick's Church Choir.
Director of music for St Patrick's Church EDWARD DE RIVERA Organist PETER JONES
Commentary MICHAEL WILLIAMS
Christ be beside me (Bunessan); Love is come again (traditional French melody); Alleluia, sing to Jesus (Hyfrydol)
Television presentation by RAYMOND SHORT
With PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham Farming hints and statistics on Ceefax
Weather for farmers MICHAEL FISH
The last of five programmes presented by GEOFFREY SMITH Figs, Grapes and Melons Series producer PETER RIDING Producer BRIAN DAVIES
Highlights of the week's 'vents from Wembley \rena reflecting all the lifferent facets of this .amous show, plus the emotional end when over 140 horses assemble for the Cavalcade. Introduced by DAVID VINE Commentators
Producer JOHNNIE WATIIERSTON
World Match Play Championship from the West Course, Wentworth.
Live coverage of the 36-hole final. Among the 12 leading players in world golf who made up the strongest-ever entry list were six previous winners:
GREG NORMAN of Australia-the holder
BILL ROGERS of the United States - the 1981 Open Champion
DAVID GRAHAM of Australia-the 1981 US Open Champion
HALE IRWIN of the United States-twice US Open winner
ISAO AOKI of Japan -1979 winner GARY PLAYER of South Africa - 5-times winner.
Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER Commentator PETER ALLISS
CLIVE CLARK , BRUCE CRITCHLEY ALEX HAY and MARK MCCORMACK
RICHARD TILLING and ALASTAIR SCOTT Executive producer DAVID KENNING
in Mickey's Garden, Bone Trouble and Three for Breakfast
A WALT DISNEY production
starring Rolf Harris with his special guests Keith Harris and The Dooleys
Featuring this week: the children of ROWLATTS HILL
COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOL, LEICESTER
Musical director BARRY BOOTH Script TONY HAWES
Designer marjorie PRATT Producer BRIAN PENDERS
Executive producer JAMES MOIR
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
by CHARLES DICKENS , dramatised in 12 parts by JAMES ANDREW HALL starring
2: Young Pip has been regularly visiting Miss Havisham who is haunted by her bitter past. Although her adopted daughter, the icily beautiful Estella, despises him as a common labouring boy, he continues to be fascinated by her.
Music composed by PAUL READE
Lighting by PETER BOOTH and BOB CHAPLIN Script editor TERRANCE DICKS Designer MICHAEL EDWARDS Producer BARRY LETTS Director JULIAN AMYES
Subtitles on Ceelax page 170
Pip, aged 13:
Presented by Jimmy Savile, OBE
A series of ten programmes which show how many serious child accidents are preventable. 1: Scalding Hot
Most scalds happen to children under 5. Jimmy Savile points out the dangers of boiling water, hot drinks and hot baths.
Film editor Al Gell Director Julia Drum producer Peter Riding
A free booklet (same title), can be obtained by sending your name and address on a postcard to: Play it Safe,
[address removed], or. for Scottish viewers: Network, [address removed]
from Paisley tFor details see Wednesday at 3.15 pm)
Paul Newman , Lauren Bacall
Hired by Elaine Sampson to find her millionaire husband, private detective Lew Harper soon finds that Elaine is not really interested in the kidnapped man's welfare. In fact she, and a good many other people, would prefer him dead ...
Screenplay by WILLIAM GOLDMAN
Based on the novel The Moving Target by ROSS MACDONALD Produced by JERRY GERSHWIN and ELLIOTT KASTNER
Directed by JACK SMIGIIT. Films: page 20
with Magnus Magnusson
Four contestants from the North of England take up the challenge in the sixth heat of Mastermind 1981 at the University of Bradford. Hutton Barton (probation officer) Battle-cruisers and battleships 1906-1966
Mary Ann Ebert (civil servant)
French wars of religion 1550-1588 Marion Mayers (housewife)
James Graham , 1st Marquis of Montrose
John Watt (lecturer in computing) History of Kenya from 1895
Director ANTONIA CHARLTON Producer ROGER MACAY
The last of a serial in six parts by ARDEN WINCH, starring
Bernard Hepton , Michael Denison with Juliet Hammond-Hill Stephen Yardley and Cavan Kendall , Gary Whelan
The terrorists' hide-out has been located. All the technical resources of the police and Special Intelligence are brought to bear upon the terrorist gang which has kidnapped young Rupert Fitz charles. The police must solve the problem of how to get him out alive.
Studio sound JOHN DELANY
Film cameraman GODFREY JOHNSON Script editor JOHN BRASON Designer riciard MORRIS. Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director MICHAEL E. BRIANT
Det Insp Perry:
Chief Supt Meadows:
Det Sgt Quirk:
Det Sgt Summers:
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
Since returning from the moon two of the Apollo astronauts - Jim Irwin and Charles Duke - have committed themselves to Christ. Other astronauts have testified to the strong spiritual impact the space experience made on them. For Ed Mitchell it led to the founding of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, dedicated to research into esp, parapsychology and the ' alternative ' sciences.
In the first of 12 Everyman films we report on the other side of the space programme - not its machinery, but its meaning. Space exploration is still in its very early stages, but it has already made us view ourselves and our ' Spaceship Earth' in new ways. As space travel becomes commonplace what effect will it have on us? With the help of those who have already been there Everyman surveys our new home.
Producer DANIEL WOLF
Everyman editor WILLIAM NICHOLSON
and The Mandrell Sisters
This week Barbara Mandrell and her sisters sing country music with Kenny Rogers and gospel with Andrae Crouch. Also appearing, the country and western band Krofft Puppets.
Directed by BOB HENRY
Produced by ERNEST CHAMBERS
A KROFFT ENTERTAINMENT production
The last of five films
Drugs- Worth the Risk?
If your doctor prescribes drugs for you. that's OK. If you take them for fun, you could be in trouble. In this programme young people give their views on drugs (and drink) and talk to ROWDY YATES of ' Lifeline Project' Manchester about MALCOLM OWEN 'S story. Malcolm Owen , lead singer of THE RUTS. overdosed on heroin - and it killed him.
Director CHRIS LANT Producer IAN WOOLF