A See-Saw programme
Mr Benn Goes Ballooning Story and illustrations by DAVID MCKEE
Told by RAY BROOKS
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, including discussions, review of recent news, music and stories from the communities.
Presented and produced by Mahendra Kaul.
The fifth of ten case studies in multi-cultural education for discussion by teachers.
Do all the teaching staff need to review their attitudes, as well as their curriculum and methods, when the school includes a large proportion of British black children? If so, how can this be done?
A staff working party at a Manchester comprehensive reflect on some of their difficulties as well as their achievements after making their own study of multi-cultural education over three years.
For discussion leader's notes, send large sae (20p), to Multi-cultural Education, [address removed]. Book, Multi-cultural Education, Â£3.75, from retailers
This morning Her Majesty The Queen lays her wreath of poppies at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, in memory of all those who died in two World Wars.
or how to enjoy drinking.
Five programmes with Brian Trueman.
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: Deaf Veterans; Wilfred and Eileen
Introduced by Maggie Woolley and Martin Colville.
A 24-part television and radio course for beginners in French.
(Ensemble radio programme on Sundays at 5.30 pm and Thursdays at 11.0 pm on Radio 4 VHF)
Books 1 and 2, Â£2.25 each, records 1 and 2, Â£2.19 each, cassettes 1 and 2, Â£2.99 each, from retailers
With Philip Wrixon and Dan Cherrington.
Weather for farmers Jim Bacon
Weatherman (Weather for farmers):
Ten programmes with JAN BEANEY 4: Surface Textures
Director ERICA GRIFFITHS Producer JENNY ROGERS
Book (same title), £2.50, from retailers
Alan Ladd , Rossana Podesta
En route to Tampa, Florida, gun-runner Cash Adams is contacted by Cuban agents anxious to buy his valuable cargo to further their fight for independence. Cash ships the arms aboard a former Mississippi paddle-steamer. Also on board are Clay Pike , Cash's old enemy, and the beautiful Donna Isabella , a champion of Cuban freedom.
Screenplay by MARTIN RACKIN , JOHN TWIST adapted from the novel by MARTIN RACKIN Produced by MARTIN RACKIN
Directed by GORDON DOUGLAS. Films: p 19
starring in Silence at Stillivater
Coast to Coast with Ludovic Kennedy
The third of seven travel films
The Broadway Limited, The San Francisco Zephyr, The Coast Star-light. There are still famous trains to ride as you cross America.
All you would expect of an ideal train journey (THE SUNDAY TIMES) Series producer ROGER LAUGHTON DirectorGERRY TROYNA
BBC Manchester Book (same title), £9.95, from retailers
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
In the first of a series of six films, Keith Chegwin and Maggie Philbin begin a well-earned summer break in Brittany. Keith is keen to practise his pidgin French and Maggie's dying to drive on the right. It leaves the Breton villagers wondering quite what's hit them.
BACK PAGE: 98
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
by CHARLES DICKENS , dramatised in 12 parts by JAMES ANDREW HALL starring
6: Pip has gone back to see Miss Havisham at Satis House and once again has met Estella, now a beautiful young woman ...
Music composed by PAUL READE Costume designer ANN ARNOLD Script editor TERRANCE DICKS Designer MICHAEL EDWARDS Producer BARRY LETTS Director JULIAN AMYES
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
Presented by Jimmy Savile , OBE
A series of ten programmes which shows how many serious child accidents are preventable.
5:Water, Water Everywhere
Each year around 140 children die of drowning and many more are rescued at the last minute. JIMMY SAVILE points out some of the dangers of water both inside and outside the home.
Film editor AL CELL 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 in Scotland: [address removed]
appeals on behalf of King George's Fund for Sailors (Registration No 226446)
Donations, preferably by crossed cheque or po, should be sent to: Dame Naomi James , [address removed]
For Remembrance Sunday from Linlithgow.
Harry Forbes, a Sergeant Piper with the Highland Light Infantry, was blinded when a box of ammunition exploded; Bill Kay's sight started going after he had served with the Royal Artillery in the Burma campaign during World War II. Both men now live in the Scottish War Blinded Community at Linburn in Scotland, a small community within the village of Wilkieston in Midlothian.
Geoffrey Wheeler has been meeting some of the people who live there and hearing their Remembrance memories and reflections. The chapel at Linburn can hold only a few dozen people so the people of nearby Linlithgow have invited the War Blinded Community, the British Legion and Scottish servicemen and women to sing their Remembrance Songs of Praise from the historic St Michael's Church there.
Lord of light (Blaenwern): O God our help (St Anne); Abide with me (Eventide)
The Church's one foundation (Aurelia); Eternal Father (Melita); O valiant hearts (Supreme sacrifice); Now Israel may say (Old 124th)
Conductor: Tom Inness
Organist: Peter White
Film director: Jim Murray
Producer: Michaela Simpson
Series producer: Raymond Short, BBC Scotland
Songs of Praise Calendar 1982, Â£1.99 (recommended price), from retailers
by Peter Spence starring Penelope Keith as Audrey fforbes-Hamilton, Peter Bowles as Richard DeVere and Angela Thorne as Marjory Frobisher
with Magnus Magnusson
The Britannia Royal Naval College at Dartmouth is host for this tenth heat of Mastermind 1981. On the Quarter Deck are contestants from the West of England.
Godfrey Abbott(ordnance surveyor) History and architecture of Bath Peter Barlow (solicitor) Novels of Kingsley Amis Judith Carter (nursing sister) Works of Dorothy L. Sayers Brenda Read
(computer systems designer) Novels of Graham Greene
Director ANTONIA CHARLTON Producer ROGER MACKAY
Kingsley Amis Judith
starring John Nettles in Campaign for Silence by ALISTAIR BELL , With
Cecilc Paoli and Terencc Alexander and featuring
Ian Hendry , Jane Wenham
Simon Cadell and Sean Arnold
Gerald Furneaux has something to sell, and he needs money badly. But memory lane, as Jim Bergerac warns him, can be a dangerous place to wander , ,
Theme composed by GEORGE FENTON Associate producer JULIET GRIMM Script editor john KERSHAW Film editor TARIQ ANWAR Designer PHIL ROBERSON
Photography BUTCH CALDERWOOD. Created and produced bv ROBERT BANKS STEWART Directed by MARTYN FRIEND
Book (same title), hardback £6.25 from 10 December, paperback £1.25,from retailers
starring with Little Boy Lost
Ellie gets tough with J.R. and gives him an ultimatum about John Ross.
Written and directed by LEONARD KATZMAN
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
In 1949, at the age of 7, John Davis made his first communion. He was brought up in Dublin, and taught by the Christian Brothers. At 14 he went to sea, and so escaped his strict Catholic background. This year he returned to Dublin for the first time, as a film maker, to re-create on film the world of his Catholic childhood.
Everyman follows this journey back to the Dublin of 30 years ago. Scenes from JOHN DAVIS 's film, and his own reflections on his past, evoke a vanished experience: an experience common to a whole generation of ordinary Irishmen.
Film cameraman LAURIE RUSH Sound recordist JIM MCALISTER Film editor PETE CORNISH Producer LUCY HARINGTON
Everyman editor WILLIAM NICHOLSON
and The Mandrell Sisters
Tonight Barbara's guests are Paul Anka and T. G. Sheppard while the Krofft Puppets make their debuts as actors, Southern style!
Directed by BOB HENRY
Produced by ERNEST CHAMBERS
A KROFFT ENTERTAINMENT production
Five programmes about self-help and mutual aid in Britain. 4: Island Co-operatives
This programme shows co-operatives which are attempting to revive the fortunes of two communities in the Western Isles - as part of a scheme sponsored by the Highlands and Islands Development Board. Might such schemes be applied more widely?
Produced by CHARLES PASCOE