A See-Saw programme The Caveman
ALISON CHRISTIE-MURRAY , JOHN DRY-
DEN, JILL SHAKESPEARE and GLEN STUART take a look at God's world. DODO visits the island of Iona and tells how St Columba brought the news about Jesus to Scotland.
Script editor R. T. BROOKS Director MIKE HEALEY
Producer DAVID BROWN
Executive producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
A magazine for Asian viewers
Director KRISHAN GOULD
Producer MAhENDRA KAUL BBC Birmingham
The fourth of ten case studies in multi-cultural education for discussion by teachers.
Thousands of children in many parts of the country speak, and often also read, languages other than English. What is the case for ' mother tongue' teaching? This film illustrates practice at primary and secondary schools which support the bilingualism of children whose community languages include Punjabi, Italian and Urdu.
Director TOM ROBERTS
Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
For discussion leader's notes, send large sae (20p), to Multi-cultural Education[address removed] Book, Multi-cultural Education, £3.75, from retailers or direct from BBC Publications, 35 Marylebone High Street, London W1M 4AA
A series of five films for
International Year of Disabled People.
4: A Feisty Group of People
Among the more interesting - and provocative - modern organisations set up to promote the cause of disabled people is the Center for Independent Living, Berkeley, California ... Film editor LUIS ESPAÑA
Written and produced by GORDON CROTON
A weekly programme 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:
Unemployment in Great Britain Introduced by MAGGIE WOOLLEY and MARTIN COLVILLE
Produced by EDDIE MONTAGUE
A 24-part television and radio course for beginners in French. Programme 4 with CHRISTIAN BRUMELL as Michel Directed by TERRY DOYLE
Produced by TONY ROBERTS
(Ensemble radio programme on Sundays at 5.30 pm and Thursdays at 11.0 pm on Radio 4 VHF)
Books 1 and 2 (same title), £2.25 each; records 1 and 2, £2.19 each; cassettes 1 and 2, £2.99 each, from retailers
or how to enjoy drinking
A series of five programmes At the bar - BRIAN TRUEMAN
3: Is Your Bevvy Holding You?
Comments from Scottish drinkers.
Producer DAVID CORDINGLEY
The fortnightly look at the people, issues and places that are making the religious news, with Barry Lynch and Sally Magnusson Film reports from home and abroad. In the studio, interviews, discussions and reviews of the latest in books, music and the visual arts, and Newsdesk with Rosemary Hartill.
Director PAUL LOOSLEY
Producers LIZ NEESON , JOHN WILCOX
Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE. BBC Manchester In association with LELLA PRODUCTIONS PLC
With PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers JIM BACON
Ten programmes about modern embroidery presented by JAN BEANEY 3: Threads and Textures
starring Peter Finch
Ronald Lewis , David McCallum
In mid-19th-century Australia, the Marston brothers join their father in the bush to work for the notorious Captain Starlight. From cattle-rustling the gang graduate to bank robbery.
Screenplay ALEXANDER BARON , w. P. LIPS-COMB from the novel by ROLF BOLDREWOOD Produced by JOSEPH JANNI
Directed by JACK LEE. Films: page 15
Decision at Los Robles Little Joe stands alone against a town in a fight to save his badly wounded father's life from a man seeking vengeance.
Written and directed by MICHAEL LANDON
The last of 11 programmes
Mickey Mouse 's unusual symphony is a smashing success. Goofy offers some unconventional instruction on horsemanship; Donald and Pluto struggle with a temperamental speedboat with a mind of its own.
A WALT DISNEY production
with Michael Palin
The second of seven travel films.
As a boy Michael Palin spent hours on Sheffield Midland Station train spotting. Now he fulfils every enthusiast's dream - a journey from Euston to Kyle of Lochalsh. Flying Scotsman, Mallard, Black Fives, Deltics... he meets them all.
"A visual treat" (DAILY MAIL)
BBC Manchester Book (same title) Â£9.95, from retailers
Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
Kenneth Kendall ; Weather
by CHARLES DICKENS , dramatised in 12 parts by James Andrew Hall
starring Gerry Sundquist as Pip
5: Pip has begun his new life. He has made a good friend, a dangerous enemy - and has had a strange encounter at the house of Mr Jaggers.
Music composed by PAUL READE
Lighting PETER BOOTH, BOB CHAPLIN Script editor TERRANCE DICKS Designer MICHAEL EDWARDS Producer BARRY LETTS Director JULIAN AMYES
Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
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Presented by Jimmy Savile, OBE
A series of ten programmes which shows how many serious child accidents are preventable.
House fires can be terrifying and when children are left unattended at home the results are often tragic. Jimmy Savile points out the dangers of hot irons, electric and gas fires, matches and bonfires.
(A free booklet (same title) can be obtained by sending your name and address on a postcard to: Play It Safe!, [address removed], or, in Scotland: Network [address removed])
Tonight's Songs of Praise comes from the beautiful Priory Church of Cartmel in Cumbria. The Priory was originally founded in 1190 and nestles in a picturesque valley to the south of the lakes. Geoffrey Wheeler meets some of the people of the valley including Malcolm Illingworth. the local vet, and Sister Veronica Mary , a young nun whose order first came to Cartmel almost 800 years ago.
Local choirs and congregations have come to Cartmel Priory to sing their choice of hymns conducted by Cartmel's vicar, The Rev Derrick Stiff.
The spacious firmament on high (Addison s): 0 thou who earnest from above (Hereford): We love the place 0 God (Quam dilecta); Holy, holy, holy (Nicaeac Be thou my vision (Slane); When I survey the wondrous cross (Rockingham); Living Lord: We have a gospel to proclaim (Fulda) Organist DAVID SHINGLER Film director RALPH ROLLS Producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
by Peter Spence
with Magnus Magnusson
Four contestants from the South of England are assembled on the Quarter Deck at the Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth. Katherine Davies (department store buyer-manager)
Life of Queen Mary, Consort of George V
(retired colonial administrator) Thuggee in India Connaire Kensit
History of China from 1850 John Pretty (miller)
Air War in Europe 1939-45
Director ANTONIA CHARLTON Producer ROGER MACKAY
by Bob Baker
Starring John Nettles
with Cecile Paoli and Terence Alexander
and featuring Prunella Scales, Jack Galloway and Sean Arnold
When the hot potato from Paris slips through his grasp, Jim Bergerac is in for a roasting. But can he save someone else on the island from being mashed?
Book (same title) paperback Â£1.25 available 5 November, hardback Â£6.25 available 10 December, from retailers
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Showdown at San Angelo J.R. uses Miss Ellie in an attempt to get back his son.
Written by LEONARD KATZMAN Director IRVING J. MOORE
with Kenneth Kendall ; Weather
Early this year, in the ballroom of a London hotel, a thousand disciples of India's most notorious guru-Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh-gathered to proclaim what they believe is a revolutionary discovery: to achieve enlightenment, you don't have to suffer first. Religion can and should be fun. Rajneesh claims that Christianity is obsessed with suffering; by contrast he offers a religion of ' total life affirmation '.
The tabloid papers hailed the London event as a ' Love-Cult Romp ' and a ' Ring-a-Ring-a-Roses Sex Orgy'. But is there more to the movement than the headlines and exposes suggest? Rajneesh has now left India to set up ' the largest spiritual community in the world'. '. Everyman examines the movement in England and asks: Does its growing popularity have something to tell us about the decline of conventional religion?
Producer DAVID M. THOMPSON
Everyman editor WILLIAM NICHOLSON
and The Mandrell Sisters with guest stars Charley Pride and Hoyt Axton , and of course the regular guest band the Krofft Puppets with Truck Shakley and the Texas Critturs.
' Directed by BOB HENRY
Produced bV ERNEST CHAMBERS
A KROFFT ENTERTAINMENT production
Five programmes about self-help and mutual aid in Britain.
3: Another Way of Working
Twenty-one people, faced with redundancy, take over their factory and win a £3i-million order. The programme also shows groups of glaziers, secretaries, bicycle mechanics and knitters who have found another way of working-in co-operatives.
Assistant producer JOHN BROOKE Producer CHARLES PASCOE