with songs and stories from
Dana and The Brown Brothers
Wizzy goes out with a bang, and Dana tells about John the Baptist.
A New Year special for Asian viewers, with visiting singers from the sub-continent who have appeared in the programme. Presented and produced by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director KRISHAN COULD. BBC Birmingham
News, views, and entertainment made more accessible for deaf and hard-of-hearing viewers by subtitles and sign language.This week: Holiday pleasures and problems. Introduced by MAGGIE WOOLLEY and PETER JONES
Produced by PETER DUNKLEY
Magazine for the deaf on Ceejax p 169
from St Mary-at-Finchley Parish Church, North London
At the beginning of a new year A Service of Confirmation conducted by THE RT REV BILL WESTWOOD, Bishop of Edmonton with the Rector of St Mary's PREBENDARY PATRICK BROCK Organist JOHN DUNFORD
Hymns: All people that on earth do dwell (Old 100th); Tell out, my soul (Woodlands); I lift my eyes; Father, Lord of all creation (Abbot's Leigh); Anthem: If ye love me (Tallis)
Sound PETER HUNT. Lighting RON CROWN Television presentation RAYMOND SHORT
PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers ANNE PURVIS
Private Patients Plan
International Gala featuring
Nicky Slater and Karen Barber , Brian Puckar , Judy Blumherg and Michael Seibert , Elaine Zyak , Christina Riegel and Andreas Nischwitz , Uavid Santee , Birgit Goller and Pater Klisch , Jo Jo Starbuck and John Curry
Recorded at Streatham Ice Rink
Lighting TOMMY THOMAS. Sound IAN LEIPER Produced by DONALD SAYER
Starring William Hartnell, Bob Monkhouse, Shirley Eaton, Eric Barker, Kenneth Connor, Dora Bryan
To open a season of British comedy, the film which began the Carry On saga. Training Sgt Grimshawe accepts a bet that his last platoon will pass out Star Squad, but reckons without soldiers
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Based on "The Bull Boys" by:
Tom and Jerry play cat and mouse.
by John Hopkins.
Twenty years ago the first episode of the now legendary Z Cars series was transmitted and within weeks had established itself as a television event. It set a new style for television series, made stars of Stratford Johns and Frank Windsor, and the names of Fancy Smith, Jock Weir, Lynch and Steele into household words.
With Leslie Sands as Det Supt Miller, Stratford Johns as Det Chief Insp Barlow, Frank Windsor as Det Sgt Watt, James Ellis as PC Lynch, Colin Welland as PC Graham, Terence Edmond as PC Sweet, John Thaw as Det Con Elliott, Robert Keegan as Sgt Blackitt.
Det Supt Miller:
Det Chief Insp Barlow:
Det Sgt Watt:
Det Con Elliott:
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starring Larry Grayson with Isla St Clair. A special edition for the New Year featuring highlights of the recent series.
Orchestra conducted by:
from the book by JONATHAN SWIFT dramatised in four parts by BARRY LETTS. Part 1 starring
A best seller for over 250 years, Gulliver's Travels has always appealed to adults and children.
This new version of Gulliver's adventures among the Lilliputians captures all the magic and humour of Swift's brilliant satire on the follies of mankind.
MUSiC by STEPHEN DEUTSCH
Costume designer AMY ROBERTS Script editor TERRANCE DICKS Designer DICK COLES
Producer RON CRADDOCK Director BARRY LETTS
Six programmes of practical help and advice on how to stop smoking.
1: Your Money and Your Life
Smoking is the biggest preventable cause of death in Britain, but stopping isn't always easy. This series follows the progress of four smokers as they use a simple plan to stop smoking. Why not join them? DR MIRIAM STOPPARD discusses some dangers of smoking and some benefits of stopping.
Film editor JOHN KEENAN
Researcher RUTH LLEWELLYN Producer ANNA JACKSON
(' Smoking and How to Stop it' - the subject of Tuesday Call, R4 9.5 am)
For free Stop Pack send your name and address on a postcard to: [address removed]
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
The first of 13 programmes
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore
The brochures, the ads, the commercials are with us once again, as Holiday returns with ideas and advice to help you make your holiday choice...
Despite the pound's fall against the dollar this year, the USA continues to attract the British. The tropical islands of Hawaii are tipped for favour in 1982. John Carter flew to Honolulu to find out whether the ' Five-O ' image is as expensive as it looks.
Anne Gregg crosses the North Sea for a spring visit to the Dutch bulb-fields. A holiday of tulips and windmills, cheese, clogs ana sailing the canals of Amsterdam.
After Travellers' France and Travellers' Italy, Holiday looks to home with Travellers' Britain. In the first of eight reports Derek Cooper looks at the ever-popular West Country.
In the studio, the latest news on the travel and holiday scene.
Executive producer TOM SAVAGE Producer CLEM VALLANCE
Book. Travellers' Britain, £5.95 hard-back, £2.95 paperback, from booksellers
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from Peterhead, Scotland
Peterhead, the most north-easterly point in the British Isles, is Europe's largest white-fishing port and a vital base for North Sea oil technology. In tonight's New Year Songs of Praise from the old
Parish Church, James O'Hara meets some of the people working in the town's old and new industries; local fisherman Andrew Duncan , whose family has been fishing out of Peterhead for over 150 years and who spends most of his life fishing far out in the North Sea, and newcomer Dick Metson , a helicopter pilot flying regularly between bases in the north-east of Scotland and the oil rigs far out in the treacherous North Sea.
Organist GORDON MILLAR
Conductor ALISTAIR MACDONALD Film director PATTI STEEPLES Producer LESLIE MITCHELL
Series producer JIM MURRAY BBC Scotland
(For hymns see Wed at 10.55 am)
The last in the present series by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT Maplin's Holiday Camp, 1959 featuring Simon Cadell as Jeffrey Fairbrother
Paul Shane as Ted Bovis
Ruth Madoc as Gladys Pugh
Jeffrey Holland as Spike Dixon Sausages or Limelight
Spike Dixon is in love. Unfortunately his prospective father-in-law insists that Spike gives up showbusiness and comes into his lucrative butchery empire.
Designer CARRY FREEMAN Directed by JOHN KILBY
Produced by DAVID CROFT
Superstars Newman and Redford as the most outrageous and endearing outlaws in Western history-fact or fiction; and there's certainly a mixture of both in this colourful adventure story about Butch and the Kid, bank-robbers extraordinary.
Winner of four Academy Awards, this exciting Western proved one of the most successful films of all time.
Screenplay by WILLIAM GOLDMAN
Produced by JOHN FOREMAN Directed by GEORGE ROY HILL
Paul Newman is in Film 82 Special on Monday at 10.40 pin films: page 21
with Jan Leeming Weather
The first of two films about children in Northern Ireland.
In 1974 Children in Crossfire examined the lives of young people caught up in the troubled areas of Belfast and Londonderry, Children who, even then, had for five years lived with violence and death as an everyday fact of life. The story is told through their songs, games and paintings. It's told in their words, and in the words of their parents, teachers and doctors, and in the words of the Army, for whom the children had become an insuperably tragic problem.
At that stage no one knew what the effect of the troubles would be on the minds of these children, because there had never been a war quite like this one.
Tomorrow evening, A Bright, Brand New Day ... ? reveals what has happened to those same children - children who've never known peace, only eight more years of the troubles.
I cannot remember a more heart-breaking documentary on television (SUNDAY TIMES) The saddest, most chilling film documentary for years. (EVENING NEWS)
Producer MICHAEL BLAKSTAD
The first of an occasional series
The disarmament debate, given the international nuclear situation, is the most urgent question of the century. Christian opinion is divided. How should we Fight for Peace?
In the Great Hall of King's College, London, noted both for its Theology and War Studies departments, three pacifist ' Daniels ' The Rev Kenneth Greet, Canon Paul Oestreicher and George Target confront an audience of Christian ' Lions including
Sir Hugh Beach , David Bolton , The Rev Richard Harries , Ian Willis and Leonard Cheshire
(British observer, Nagasaki, 1945) Introduced by Colin Semper
Research JEREMY EVANS Director PETER MASSEY
Producer RAYMOND SHORT
... and how they live together. Seven films about relationships with Gay Search 1 : Why Marry?
Although nine out of ten of us still marry, matrimony is becoming less popular in Britain, and about a million people now live together out of wedlock. GAY SEARCH talks to three young couples about their relationships:
Jeff and Lisa, 18-year-olds who chose to marry
Martin and Jane, university students who live together
Godfrey and Lucy, who lived together but decided to marry.
Film editor MIKE PAVETT Producer BERNARD ADAMS
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