A See-Saw programme. Clown
with songs and stories from
DANA and THE BROWN BROTHERS
Wizzy comes down to earth with a bump, and Dana retells one of Jesus's most famous stories - ' The Good Samaritan'.
Script editor R. T. BROOKS Director TONY HARRISON Producer DAVID BROWN
Executive producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
A magazine for Asian viewers.
Director KRISHAN GOULD
Producer MAHENDRA KAUL. BBC Birmingham
The last of ten case studies in multi-cultural education for discussion by teachers.
Ways in which some teachers, at primary level in Bradford and at secondary level in West Bromwich, bring to their work a positive approach to cultural differences. Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
Five programmes which aim to help speech-impaired people and their families. with BRIAN TRUEMAN
4: Back to Square One
Executive producer TONY MATTHEWS Producer CHARLES PASCOE
A 24-part television and radio course for beginners in French. Programme 10
Presented by GILLES DATTAS with 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 £2.25 each, records 1 and 2, £2.19 each, cassettes 1 and 2, £2.99 each, from retailers
A series of five programmes presented by ROSAMOND RICHARDSON. 4: Take Nine Squares
Series producer PETER RIDING Producer ERICA GRIFFITHS
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
The Royal Smithfield Show Introduced by ROSS MUIR
As farm-machinery makers fight to climb out of the sales recession of the last two years, Ross Muir and ARTHUR ANDERSON report from the Royal Smithfield Show in London, where manufacturers launch new products in an attempt to grab a larger slice of a diminishing market. And as the show is the nation's premier event for fat-stock, Farming also reports on the biggest and the best in the cattle, sheep and pig classes.
Producer ARTHUR ANDERSON BBC Scotland
Weather for farmers JIM BACON
Ten programmes about modern embroidery presented by JAN BEANEY 9: Quilting
Director PAULA GILDER
Producer JENNY ROGERS
Book (same title) 12.50, from booksellers
concludes the short season of Ealing films celebrating the studio's 50th anniversary. Today starring Dennis Price, Valerie Hobson, Joan Greenwood, Alec Guinness
Justly considered one of the greatest of all Ealing productions, this elegant black comedy is perhaps most famous for Alec Guinness's portrayal of no less than eight contrasting characters. Louis Mazzini, a lowly member of the d'Ascoyne family, determines to become Duke of Chalfont. His plan is simple, to murder each member of the family who stands between him and the title.
Films: page 17
Duke/Banker/Parson/General/Admiral/Young d'Ascoyne/Young Henry/Lady Agatha:
29 July 1981
An opportunity to look back at the colour and spectacle of Royal Wedding Day. The sun shone, the crowds cheered and millions of viewers around the world watched as Lady Diana Spencer became Princess of Wales and wife of the heir to the throne.
A BBC video cassette of the Royal Wedding (BBCV 5013), Â£39.95, from retailers
The last of six programmes Puffing to Pwllheli
In the second week of his Welsh wanderings Chris Serle takes a great little train or two to the end of the line. He raises an eyebrow at a cattle market, shares a nugget with a fortyniner, splits a slate in Blaenau Ffestiniog, and meets Redcoats Patsy and Angus, to discover why ' that's entertainment
Film editor CHRISTINE ROYLE Producer CYRIL GATES
Executive producer DAVID BROWN Director DAVID JACKSON
Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman
by CHARLES DICKENS dramatised in 12 parts by JAMES ANDREW HALL starring
11: Pip has escaped from Orlick's attempt to murder him. His attempt to get Magwitch away by river has been betrayed by Compeyson, Magwitch's old enemy. Compeyson is drowned, and Magwitch captured.
Music composed by PAUL READE Sound RAMON BAILEY
Script editor TERRANCE DICKS Designer MICHAEL EDWARDS Producer BARRY LETTS Director JULIAN AMYES
* Sublitles on Ceefax page 170
Presented by Jimmy Savile , OBE
The last of ten programmes: Belt Up. Each year around 1,300 child car passengers are either killed or seriously injured. JIMMY SAVILE shows how child car-restraint systems can be used to reduce these injuries and deaths.
Film editor AL CELL. Director JULIA DRUM Producer PETER RIDING
from West Derby, Liverpool
Tonight's programme in St Mary's Parish Church has tne Mersey beat' with a difference when a choir of disabled children and adults, The Sedere Singers, perform 'A Little Cantata'. The piece was specially written by BRIDGET FRY to mark the International Year of Disabled People. She included words and music by two visually-handicapped children, Paul Murphy and Jane Poland , who talk to Michael Barratt.
by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT Maplin's Holiday Camp, 1959 featuring
Lift Up Your Minds
Ex-professor Fairbrother gives campers a recital of classical music.
Designer GARRY FREEMAN
Director JOHN KILBY. Producer DAVID croft
Yellowcoat boys THE WEBB TWINS,:
with Magnus Magnusson
The third semi-final from St Aidan's College, Durham University
Ian Barton (university lecturer)
Classical Greek and Roman architecture
Richard Beatty (biologist)
Life and works of Oscar Wilde John Mellor (HGv driver) Life of Henry V
James Murray (teacher) Life and works of Renoir Director
ANTONIA CHARLTON Producer ROGER MACKAY
starring John Nettles in Relative Values by PETER MILLER with Cecile Paoli and Terence Alexander and featuring Warren Clarke
Geoffrey Bayldon , Lynda Marchal Geoffrey Davies and Sean Arnold
The meanest millionaire on the island will do anything to save a few pence. But the family warns Jim Bergerac that the old man's money will be the death of him....
Bergerac theme composer GEORGE FENTON Associate producer JULIET GRIMM Script editor JOHN KERSHAW
Film editor GRAHAM WALKER. Designer ANTONY THORPE. Photography JOHN WALKER Created and produced by ROBERT BANKS STEWART
Directed by MARTIN CAMPBELL
Martin St George:
Five Dollars a Barrel
You're a dead man, J.R. And there are plenty of willing pall-bearers. The question is how long can J.R. hold on to five million barrels of oil as the price goes down. Is baby John Ross really worth the Ewing fortune?
Written by LEONARD KATZMAN Directed by IRVING J. MOORE
with Kenneth Kendall; Weather
Is it true that as a nation we are no longer sure what is right and what is wrong? Are we happy or miserable? Is ours a slack and permissive society, or do traditional British values still mean something?
Three years ago the European Values Study Group decided to mount the world's biggest opinion survey. It's an inquiry into the beliefs, morals and attitudes of today. In total it represents the views of 210-million Europeans.
Everyman reports on some of the most revealing British and European results.
Producer TED GORTON
Everyman editor WILLIAM NICHOLSON
Norwegian Coup - Ten Years On
From 1971 to 1979, women in Norway engineered secret coups, quite legally, to elect more women to local politics.
Editor HOWARD SHARP
Producer Suzanne DAVIES
Featherweight Championship from
Salvador Sanchez (Mexico)" Champion v
Pat Cowdell (GB) Challenger
The Mexican Salvador Sanchez , at 22 years old, is defending for the seventh time the Featherweight title he took from Danny Lopez just after his 21st birthday.
It is four years since Sanchez suffered his only defeat as a professional.
Pat Cowdell of England, the 28-year-old challenger, won an Olympic bronze medal in Montreal and was Commonwealth Games gold medallist in Christchurch in 1974. Four times ABA Champion, Cowdell entered the professional ranks and became the fastest British boxer to win a Lonsdale Belt outright.
Commentator HARRY CARPENTER
Producers BOB DUNCAN , JOHN ROWLINSON
The Star of Bethlehem
For almost 2,000 years, the Star of Bethlehem has been regarded as a major mystery. What was the Star of Bethlehem? Was it the planet Venus, an exploding star, a comet, or a grouping of planets? Patrick Moore examines all the latest evidence, and looks at the problem from the scientific point of view.
Producer PIETER MORPURGO