6.25 Urban Experience. 6.50 Paris: Imperial City. 7.15 Beginning Evaluation.
7.40Perceiving a Wilderness. 8.5 Control Systems. 8.30 Concorde Case Study: 1.
A magazine for Asian viewers. Presented and produced by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director KRISBAN GOULD. BBC Birmingham
The first of five films: Noise
Commentary DENNIS WATERMAN
Producer ROBERT CLAMP
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First of ten programmes
"Don't expect the computer revolution to happen tomorrow, it's going on all around us."
Chris Serle, Ian McNaught-Davis and Gill Nevill begin their exploration of the world of Information Science and ask: What can computers do for us? Who is using them now, and where is this technology likely to lead?
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The Computer Book, Â£6.75 from booksellers
Help: page 79
The third in a five-part series about managing small businesses.
At this meeting, JOY DAWSON reviews some of her decisions since she took over a vehicle conversion company following her husband's death a few years ago. Her ups and downs in business raise questions about the need for diversification as protection against threats to company survival.
Club chairman IAN MCNAUGHT-DAVIS
Director MARY SPRENT
Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
Booklet listing sources of information for new and small businesses £1.00 (plus 25p sae) from Business Club[address removed]
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. Introduced by MAGGIE WOOLLEY , MARTIN COLVILLE
Produced by EDDIE MONTAGUE
A 24-part television and radio course for beginners in French: 16 Presented by GILLES DATTAS with CHRISTIAN BRUMELL as Michel
Directed by TERRY DOYLE
Produced by TONY ROBERTS
(Ensemble radio programme on Sundays at 5.30 om ana Thursdays at 11.0 pm on Radio 4 VHF,
Books 1 and 2, £2.25 each; records I and 2, £2 19 each, cassettes 1 and 2, £2.99 each from retailers
A series of 12 programmes 6: Ratio
The great advantage of ratios is that no units are involved; the ratios of the constituents of a cocktail are the same whether a glassful or a bucketful is to be made. By turning the ratios into fractions and building them into a table, this programme develops a systematic way of handling ratios - no matter how many constituents are involved. Presenter NORMAN GOWAR (Open University)
Director PATRICK TITLEY Producer ROBERT CLAMP
Aspects of Mental Handicap The last of six short films What Kind of Future?
Written and produced by GORDON CROTON
Parish Eucharist from
St Martin's Church, Worcester Celebrant and Preacher,
THE REV MICHAEL GLANVILLE-SMITH Organist and choirmaster TREVOR TIPPLE
Hymns: Praise the Lord ye heavens. adore him (Austria); 0 thou who earnest from above (Hereford): Alleluya, sing to Jesus (Hyfrydol); Now let us from this table rise (Solothurn)
Anthem: Ave Verum (Elgar); Epistle: 2 Cor 12. vv 1-10; Gospel: Mark 7. vv 24-37 Television presentation MICHAEL SHOESMITH BBC Birmingha?n
with PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers MICHAEL FISH
The first of ten programmes With JOHN FITZMAIRKE MILLS 1: Beginning a Still Life
Producer DICK FOSTER Boole (same title) £2.75 from booksellers
starring Kenneth Williams, Barbara Windsor, Bernard Cribbins, Charles Hawtrey, Eric Barker, Dilys Laye
It's panic stations at BOSH when secret formula 'X' is stolen from a research establishment by agents of the subversive organisation known as STENCH. The intrepid Carry On team are at it again in the ultimate in spy spoofs.
(Black and white) Films: page 9
Anatomy of a Lynching
Daily's Duck Hunt; Quack Shot
Introduced by Paul Heiney
Last December more than 20 marching bands took part in the fourth British Marching Band Championships. Trumpet and drum corps, military-type bands. scout bands, drums and bugles-all were there, in order to perform in front of judges marking on Display and Showmanship. Drill. Deportment and Musical Effect to decide on the British Champions.
From The National Exhibition Centre. Birmingham
Presented by LARRY WESTLAND in conjunction with THE BRITISH YOUTH BAND ASSOCIATION
Championship director STEPHEN JOHNSON
Television presentation SIMON RETTS
Mickey is ringmaster of a wild circus featuring Donald as a seal trainer. A reckless driver causes turmoil and Donald becomes puck in a wild hockey game with his nephews.
A WALT DISNEY production
by RUDYARD KIPLING
Dramatised in six episodes by ALEXANDER BARON featuring
John Woodnutt as Mr King John Sterland as Mr Prout with Robert Addie as Stalky
Robert Burbage as M'Turk
David Parfitt as Beetle 3: Slaves of the Lamp
A pantomime, a drunken carter and a humiliating defeat for Mr King. Stalky, of course, is nowhere to be seen....
Music composed by DUDLEY SIMPSON Sound by ROBIN LUXFORD
Script editor TERRANCE DICKS Designer OLIVER BAYLDON Producer BARRY LETTS
Director RODNEY BENNETT
with Jan Leeming Weatherman
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore
British Columbia is Canada's Far West, a land of ranches and round-ups, steam train trips through the mountains, afternoon tea and scones in the ' English ' hotels of Victoria. A land visited by thousands of Britons with family ties in Canada. CLIFF MICHELMORE reports from Vancouver.
At home, Anne Gregg goes to a caravan site at Bude in North Devon where the organisation GINGERBREAD provides low-cost holidays for one-parent families. What can those families, many on very low incomes, expect in the way of holiday amenities and value for money?
Continuing his series on Britain's holiday places, Derek Cooper heads over the border, to the little-known, but beautiful Galloway coast of Scotland.
Executive producer TOM SAVAGE Producer CLEM VALLANCE
from Crawley Down
The spirit of sharing is a real part of parish life in the Sussex village of Crawley Down where All Saints' Church is shared by Anglicans, Roman Catholics and Methodists. In tonight's programme Geoffrey Wheeler meets some of the villagers and some of the monks who live in an enclosed community on the outskirts of the village and hears about their lives, faith and favourite hymns.
(For hymns see Wednesday at 3.pm)
A ten-part serial from the novel by John Quigley.
Adapted by Ewart Alexander
Starring Tom Bell as Fergus King with Louie Ramsay, Eric Deacon, Sally Osborn, Heather Moray, and featuring Andrew Keir as Morrison
Two years have passed and King's Royal whisky is a great success. The King children appear to have settled down - except the youngest, James, who seems destined to cause his father even more heart-ache than the other two did.
From the novel by:
Warren Beatty Susannah York with Clive Revill , Eric Porter
Handsome and rich, Barney Lincoln is a hard-working young man. Some people might call him a gambler - but they have no idea of the preparations Barney makes to ensure that he wins. Inspector McGinnis would dearly like to know Barney's secret and the wily inspector has a few cards up his own sleeve....
Written byROBERT CARRINGTON ANDJANE-HOWARD
Produced by ELLIOTT KASTNER Directed by JACK SMIGHT Films: page 9
with Barry Norman
Lucie Rie is one of the most distinguished and influential potters at work today. As a major retrospective exhibition opens at London's V and A Museum, Omnibus filmed her at work in her studio and she talks for the first time on television to David Atten borough, an enthusiast and collector of LUCIE RIE 'S work.
Also The Best of British. Omnibus reveals some surprising results of a specially commissioned national opinion poll to find out who our favourite writers really are.
And the paintings of Sir Edwin Landseer , the man who created a myth of the Scottish Highlands.
Producers CYRIL FRANKEL , BOB LOCKYER Director JONATHAN FULFORD Deputy editor IAN SQUIRES Editor CURISTOPHER MARTIN
Faced with a tough personal dilemma, why do we choose one course of action rather than another?
Libby Purves invites members of the public who have each had to face a crucial decision of conscience to describe the choice they've made. They use the conclusions they've drawn to put a proposition to tonight's panel of Dame Cicely Saunders Rob Buckman Bill Sirs and an invited audience.
Researcher JEREMY EVANS Director RAYMOND SHORT Producers
DAVID WINTER. CHRISTIAN FORSSANDER
The last in a seven-part series about relationships. Blood Ties
Peter Nobbs gave up a good job to come home to look after his ailing father; Eileen Dobson has been looking after her 83-year-old mother for 18 years. Gay Search talks to both couples about how they get on together and finds out how much - or how little - of their own lives the younger partners have had to sacrifice.
Film editor LUIS ESPAÑA
Producer BERNARD ADAMIS
and The Mandrell Sisters
Barbara celebrates Valentine's Day with her guests Larry Gatlin and The Gatlin Brothers and Robert Guillaume of Benson.
Also appearing is her resident puppet band Truk Shakly and the Texas Critters
Directed by JACK REGAS
Produced by ERNEST CHAMBERS