6.25 R. M. Schindler. 6.50 Cadences, 7.1S Home: Castle or Cage? 7.40 Problems of Pollution. 8.5 Water for Oxford. 8.30 Control in the Community.
This week's programme includes speeches by the Prime Minister, The Rt Hon Margaret Thatcher , mp and the Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi at the Indo-British Association Dinner on 23 March, and the inauguration ceremony of the Festival of India. Presented and produced by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director yousup aziz BBC Birmingham
A series of eight documentary films featuring practising supervisors in industry and commerce. 2: I Know I Am a Supervisor - but What Do I Do?
Assistant producer SALLY KIRKWOOD Producer ROBERT CLAMP
For series notes send large sae to: [address removed]
A series of ten programmes. CHRIS SERLE, IAN MCNAUGHT-DAVIS and GILL NEVILL continue their exploration of the world of Information Science.
7: Let's Pretend
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 Services[address removed]enclosing a large sae.
Ten films about the fascinations, frustrations and working environment of professional engineers. 4: Bob Allison
Research MARY SPRENT
Producer MICHAEL GARROD
A series of ten programmes
5: What did Sir Joshua Reynolds , Queen Victoria, Gladstone, Queen Alexandra and Churchill have in common? They all used hearing aids. This week's sketch is set in the out-patients' department of a hospital.
Director JOHN BROOKE
Producer BRIGIT BARRY
' No Need to Shout' - a magazine for the deaf on Ceejax page 169
A 24-part television and radio course for beginners in French: 22 Presented by GILLES DATTAS with CHRISTIAN BRUMELL as Michel Directed by TERRY DOYLE
Produced by TONY ROBERTS
(Ensemble radio programme Sun 5.30 and Thurs 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
Last of 12 programmes: Vectors
Giving directions to someone involves vectors - whether we realise it or not. The notation for writing down vectors-a length and a direction-is unusual, but then it needs to be to avoid confusion with other, older notations. Once the notation becomes familiar it shows us how to do simple arithmetic with vectors.
Presenter LAURIE BUXTON (Inner London Education Authority)
Director PATRICK TITLEY Producer ROBERT CLAMP
The last of six programmes
ROY CASTLE finds out from DR PHILIP JAMES why we should all be eating more dietary fibre-better known as roughage. Dr James also explains why whole-meal bread is so good for you, and how you can tell which breakfast cereals are high in fibre.
Production assistant JENNY STEVENS Producer PETER RIDING
For free booklet send your address on a postcard to: Feeling Great!, Health Education Council[address removed]
from St Peter's Church, Harold Wood, Essex
The second service of family worship on the theme of Focus on Christ conducted by the Vicar, The Rev Miles Thomson, assisted by The Rev Ken Moulder and members of the congregation. Organist Julian Harris
Choirmaster John Wickens
Reading: Mark 15, vv 22-37; Hymns: Praise, my soul, the King of heaven (Praise, my soul); God of gods. we sound his praises (from Psalm Praise); There is a green hill far away (Horsley): Give. me a sight (0 make me understand it); Christ be my leader (Slane)
Service conducted by:
With PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers ANNE PURVIS
A series of ten programmes with JOHN FITZMAURICE MILLS
7:Painting from Photographs
Producer DICK FOSTER
Red Buttons, Michael Connors Alex Cord , Bing Crosby
Bob Cummlngs , Van Heflin
The Concord stagecoach leaves for Cheyenne with a strange assortment of passengers aboard. They are joined en route by the notorious Ringo Kid intent on vengeance in this colourful version of the classic Western.
Screeplay by JOSEPH LANDON , based on the screenplay by DUDLEY NICHOLS from a story by ERNEST HAYCOX
Produced by MARTIN RACKIN
Directed by GORDON DOUGLAS. Films: p 15
Mrs Lucy Mallory:
Fair and Wormer and I Taw a Putty Tat
Thrown from his horse, Ben is seriously injured. Little Joe desperately seeks help from a community of strangers who refuse to aid him. They have good reason.
Written byPRESTON WOOD
Directed by WILLIAM CLAXTON
Little Joe Cartwright:
Mickey, Donald and Goofy steer their tugboat towards disaster. Pluto is left to guard the food on a camping trip while Donald Duck falls in love.
A WALT DISNEY production
Third of nine episodes, starring Peter Gilmore as James Onedin in Blood Ties by NICK MCCARTY
'If we don't put that cannon out of action, they'll blow Cap'n Onedin out of the water! '
Series devised by CYRIL ABRAHAM Producer GERAINT MORRIS
Director GILCHRIST CALDER
Costumes from the series are on display at the Dorman Museum. Middlesbrough; theme music on Top BBCtv Themes Vol 2 (record REH 365, cassette ZCR 365) from retailers
Tom Arnold, and:
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
The last in the present series
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore
A spring break in a European city is the kind of holiday that shouldn't depend on good weather. Shopping, shows and sightseeing are the ingredients for success. Cliff Michelmore has just been to Paris to judge how well the mixture works.
Cut out hotel bills by holidaying in someone else's home -while they live in yours. The basic idea of holiday home exchange is a simple one. What are the snags? Anne Gregg looks at a family who swap Ealing for Los Angeles. For his last activity report, Paul Hughes goes sailing at Cowes on the Isle of Wight.
Executive producer TOM SAVAGE Producer CLEM VALLANCE
Thora Hird returns to Morecambe, where she was born, and more especially to the Methodist Church where she was christened and married. She meets many old friends again, 'sand-grown' Morecambeites old and new. Among them is Sam Baxter, whose family have been local fishermen for five generations - he is now President of the local Lifeboatmen, with whom he sings a favourite hymn 'The sands of time are sinking fast'.
O for a thousand tongues (Lyngham): The sands of time are sinking fast (Rutherford); All things bright and beautiful (Monk); Jesus my Lord will love me for ever; Now thank we all our God; How sweet the name of Jesus sounds (St Peter); Fill thou my life (Richmond); Will your anchor hold. Conductor DAVID PRESCOTT Organist TOM STAFFORD
Outside broadcast director DAVID KREMER
Producer RALPH ROLLS
Series producer jim MURRAY
(Flesh and Blood: Tuesday 8.10)
by Roy Clarke
Starring Ronnie Barker and David Jason with Lynda Baron
Arkwright improves the sale of an overstocked commodity with spellbinding efficiency, while Granville's lust for power falls flat on the floor.
Book (same title) Â£6.25 hardback, Â£1.25 paperback, from retailers
(Subtitles on Ceefax page 170)
Nurse Gladys Emmanuel:
Melina Mercouri Peter Ustinov
Maximilian Schell Robert Morley
A daring plan is afoot to steal a sultan's jewel-encrusted dagger from the electronic security of the Topkapi Palace Museum in Istanbul. But since neither of the thieves has a criminal record, they decide to be assisted only by amateurs. Enter Robert Morley , as an eccentric inventor and Peter Ustinov , turning in an Oscar-winning performance, as a reluctant spy.
Screenplay byMONJA DANISCHEWSKY
Based on the novel The Light of Day by ERIC AMBLER
Produced and directed by JULES DASSIN Films; page 15
with Barry Norman
The Oscars: next week the entertainment world celebrates its annual Olympic festival: the Academy Awards ceremony in Hollywood. But what does an Oscar mean today? Does it automatically bring success and security? Does the award guarantee a film's success? And why does controversy so often surround the ceremony itself? BARRY NORMAN reports from Los Angeles on the background to the Oscars with help from Charlton Heston , Rod Steiger and other winners - and losers - of the coveted trophy.
And, a special 80th birthday tribute to SIR WILLIAM WALTON played by Julian Bream.
ROBIN LOUGH , PETER BARTLETT Director JONATHAN FULFORD Deputy editor IAN SQUIRES Editor CHRISTOPHER MARTIN
(Sir William Walton 's 80th Birthday Concert—asimultaneousbroadcastwith Radio 3 - is tomorrow on BBC2 at 8.0 pm)
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 Barry Fantoni, Brian Inglis, The Rt Rev Michael Marshall and an invited audience.
The Rt Rev Michael
To Live and Learn
' Black mould, dampness and vandalism ... I'd rather not live here really.'
When the people of Elmley Street banded together to take on the council they gained a great deal more than a £35,000 allocation to begin repair work.
In the last programme of the series, Never Too Late looks at community education.
Producer TONY MATTHEWS Director amis LENT
Further information on tenants' rights and community activities can be obtained from public libraries.
The final programme of the series from The Snape Maltings featuring eight different sounds of country and folk music with guest musicians
Jim Rooney (banjo) Bill Keith (guitar)
Pete Rowan (mandolin)
Musical director GRAHAM COOPER Director RICK GARDNER Producer DOUGLAS HESPE