6.25 Charles Rennie Mackintosh. 6.50 Score Reading. 7.15 Eileen Barker Meets the Moonles. 7.40 Ontario: Land Use. 8.5 Cl.ean Air Success. 8.30 Concorde Case Study: 2.
A See-Saw programme Dtp and Clip
Voice and music DEREK GRIFFITHS Research ANNE DENEHY
Written and produced by MICHAIL coli
A magazine for Asian viewers, including discussions, review of recent news, music and stories from the communities. Presented and produced by mahendba KAUL Director BISH MEHAY. BBC Birmingham
Five programmes for all those who are concerned with health and safety at work.
3: Dealing with Chemicals
Commentary DENNIS WATERMAN
Producer ROBERT CLAMP
Director ROBERT ALBURY
For background notes, send sae to [address removed]
Ten programmes. CHRIS SERLE, IAN MCNAUGHT-DAVIS and GILL NEVILL continue their exploration of the world of Information Science.
3: Talking to a Machine
Directors FRANK ASH , MATT BONEY Producer PAUL KRIWACZEK
For details of the BBC Microcomputer and software, the associated NEC correspondence course in programming, or of computer clubs' courses and other sources of information in your area. please write to: Broadcasting Support Service. [address removed] enclosing a 12 x 9in sae.
The last in a five-part series about managing small businesses.
In Staffordshire for the last two years, ALAN FOZARD has been running a small company specialising in new computer applications. At this meeting, he shares experiences with the club members of the difficulties of raising finance, both for starting up and for expanding a small firm.
Club chairman IAN MCNAUGHT-DAVIS
Director MARY SPRENT
Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
Booklet listing sources of information for new and small businesses, £1.00 (plus 9 x 12 inch sae, 26p) from Business Club[address removed]
A series of ten programmes
1: Deafness has to be a sharedproblem
CHRISTINE MARTIN presents a series of programmes for viewers with a hearing loss, and for their relatives and friends.
Director JOHN BROOKE
Producer BRIGIT BARRY
Magazine for the deaj on Ceefax page 169
A 24-part television and radio course for beginners in French: 18
Presented by GILLES DATTAS with
Directed by TERRY DOYLE
Produced by TONY ROBERTS
(Ensemble radio programme Sundays 5.30 pm, Thursdays 11.0 pm on R4 VHF)
Twelve programmes aimed at giving direct help to all those having difficulty with O-level maths. 8: Equations
Very simple equations can be solved by guess-work or systematic trial and error. In fact, once the fear of symbols has been overcome, all linear equations - no matter how complicated - can be solved using the four basic operations of adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing.
Presented by NORMAN GOWAR (Open University)
Director PATRICK TITLEY Producer ROBERT CLAMP
The second of six programmes
ROY CASTLE discovers that bread and potatoes are not nearly as fattening as most people think. And DR PHILIP JAMES advises people who are trying to lose weight, or just stay slim, to cut down on all foods containing either sugar or fat.
Production assistant JENNY STEVENS Producer PETER RIDING
St Martin's Church, Worcester
The Rector, THE REV MICHAEL GLANVILLE-SMITH , introduces a service with contributions from the different churches of the South-East Worcester Team.
Preacher DEACONESS HAZEL HUGHES Organist TREVOR TIPPLE
Hymns: Father, hear the prayer we offer (Marching): Put thou thy trust in God (Doncaster); Dear Lord and Father of mankind (Repton); Father, Lord of all creation (Abbot's Leigh)
Television presentation MICHAEL shoesmith BBC Birmingham
With PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers ANNE pur vis
A series of ten programmes
JOHN FITZMALRICE MILLS invites you to start painting. 3: Flower Painting
Producer DICK FOSTER
Leslie Phillips , Stanley Baxter
Wilfrid Hyde White , Julie Christie Captain ' Dandy' Forsdyke, phoney man about town and flourishing jewel thief, is persuaded by his lovely girlfriend to go straight. He turns to Crooks Anonymous - an organisation of ex-convicts dedicated to helping the weak on the hard road to an honest life.
Screenplay by JACK DAVIES. HENRY BLYTH
Produced by JULIAN WINTLE , LESLIE PARKYN Directed by KEN ANNAKIN
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R S Widdowes:
The Trouble with Trouble
Hoss volunteers to help a friend bring peace to a lawless town.
Little Buck Cheeser
An MGM cartoon
John Craven introduces highlights from the Second International Festival of Marching Bands, held in Wembley Arena, in which some of the best British marching bands are joined by the top bands from as far afield as Indonesia, Belgium, Holland and the USA.
Festival produced by MAJOR JAMES HOWE (Ret) and STAN KITCHEN Lighting TOMMY THOMAS Sound VIC GODRICH
Produced by KEN GRIFFIN
Mickey, Goofy and Donald turn ghost hunters. Pluto convinces Dinah he is the dog of her dreams. Donald encounters a playful cat.
A WALT DISNEY production
by RUDYARD KIPLING, dramatised in six episodes by ALEXANDER BARON featuring
5: A Little Prep
The Head catches the trio un. awares-and Stalky has his revenge on a most reluctant hero.
Music composed by DUDLEY SIMPSON Costume designer KEN TREW Script editor TERRANCE DICKS Designer OLIVER BAYLDON Producer BARRY LETTS
Director RODNEY BENNETT
Third old boy:
Fourth old boy:
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore India is a land of excitement, of unforgettable sights, from richly decorated ceremonial elephants to the timeless beauty of the Taj Mahal. But how will the package holiday maker fare? What are the hotels and the transport like? Can you see the sights in reasonable comfort? Anne Gregg reports. The architects who plan new hotel resorts spend millions trying to make the places look as if they've been there, unspoiled, for centuries. In Yugoslavia John Carter encountered the real thing in the ancient town of Rovinj.
The first of a series of reports on activity holidays in Britain, Paul Hughes goes pony trekking in Wales.
Studio director ROSALIND COLD Producer CLEM VALLANCE
Songs of Praise comes from the ancient parish church of St Mary, Nantwich, often described as the cathedral town of south Cheshire. Michael Barratt visited Nantwich in snowy January to meet the local people in this quiet market town to learn about their experiences and the reasons for the hymns they have chosen for this first Sunday in Lent.
Praise to the Holiest (Richmond); Christian, dost thou see them (St Andrew of Crete); To God be the glory (arr Michael Armitage ); Angel voices (Angel voices): Jesu, lover of my soul (Aberystwyth); When I survey (Rockingham); The Lord's my Shepherd (Crimond); 0 praise ye the Lord (Parry) Conductor MICHAEL BAX
Organist HAROLD KIRKHAM Director ELIZABETH GORT
Producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
Series producer JIM MURRAY
A ten-part serial from the novel by JOHN QUIGLEY Episode 8 adapted by MICHAEL ELDER starring
Tom Bell as Fergus King with Louie Ramsay , Eric Deacon Anne Kristen
Sally Osborn John Vine Heather Moray
As Gwen's future shows signs of brightening, Robert is brought face-to-face with his past. Only Fergus ends up happy with the present.
Music by PAUL LEWIS
Studio sound BOB GILLIES Studio lighting DAVID OGLE Script editor MAGGIE ALLEN Designer ALEX GOURLAY
Producer GERAINT MORRIS Director ANDREW MORGAN BBC Scotland
starring Warren Oates and Lisa Pelikan
Whisky-drinking, one-eyed Rooster J. Cogburn rides again. This time into a depressed mining town, where bandits continually steal the gold shipments. In company with his young friends. Rooster decides to wipe out the gang for good ...
Written and produced by SANDOR STERN Directed by RICHARD T. HEPPRON Films: page 12
Rooster J Cogburn:
with Barry Norman
The Cortege is a major work by jazz pianist and composer, Mike Westbrook , that uses poetry, rock and the form of a New Orleans funeral to make exhilarating and disturbing music. Omnibus follows The Cortege on the road around Britain.
Also, a preview of London's colossal new Barbican Arts
Complex, which opens on Wednesday
And Rudolf Nureyev returns after a long absence to rehearse his own production of La Bayadère with Bryony Brind for Covent Garden.
Producers TONY STAVEACRE , JILL EVAN 'S Director JONATHAN FULFORD Deputy editor IAN SQUIRES Editor CHRISTOPHER MARTIN
with Jan Leeming Weather
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 Eric Heffer , mp Graham Turner and Bel Mooney and an invited audience.
Researcher SIMON RICHEY Director RAYMOND SHORT Producers
DAVID WINTER, CHRISTIAN FORSSANDER
To Start Again
In this, the first of a series of five films about people returning to learning, the location is Con-sett, Co Durham, where redundant steelworkers are trying to make a fresh start - some by learning basic English and maths, some by learning how to set up small businesses, and others by becoming full-time students.
Film editor HORACIO QUEIRO
Producer TONY MATTHEWS , Further information about the kind of courses shown in this programme can be obtained from public libraries 0 HELP/ page 83
as Sergeant Bilko
The one-and-only Bilko continues to con everyone in sight.