A series of ten programmes
8: ' You don't care - I'm deaf and you don't care.'
The strain that deafness can place on a marriage is one of the topics in today's programme.
Film editor roland TONGUE
Producer irigit BARRY
A series of eight programmes based on excerpts from French-speaking television networks.
1: Homage to Georges Brassens
GEORGES BRASSENS , the French writer and singer, died last autumn. MARIANNE LAWRENCE presents some of his songs, and JAKE THACKRAY gives his own appreciation of the man and his work.
Research JANE COTTAVE
Production susah rtron
People at home, in hospital or wherever television is available are invited to take part in this service as members of a viewing congregation: to meditate together. to pray and break bread together. Today's theme is Marriage
Old Testament lesson: Genesis 1, vv 26-28, 31. Gospel: Luke 10. vv 38-42 Preacher THE REV RICHARD craig
If you would like to share a belief, a problem or a request, please write to: This is the Day, BBCtv. London W12 SQT
starring Yvonne De Carlo
Brian Donlevy , Jean-Pierre Aumont 1865: on board the Russian naval training ship Almaz, becalmed in a Moroccan port, is the young cadet Rimsky-Korsakov. In an Arab caf6 he meets the beautiful dancer Cara, who inspires him to write his famous work ' Scheherezade '. Rimsky-Korsakov's beautiful music is the main attraction in this colourful romantic tale which also features graceful dance sequences.
Producer edward kaufman. Written and directed by WALTER reisch . Films: p 15
Madame de Talavera:
Second of two programmes Underground
The sound of music can be exciting or annoying when heard down a corridor in London's Underground. It brings some life to the dead tunnels with their endless rush of feet - but it is illegal! The Buskers play a constant ' cops and robbers ' game with London Transport Police, who have to enforce the law by arresting or moving them on. Professional musicians of skill and virtuosity often mingle and improvise with amateurs - violinists, guitarists, folk singers and even out-of-work school-leavers play together. They are all trying to earn a living.
Watch their hazardous and entertaining lives when the cameras follow them ' underground '.
Film cameraman DAVID FEIG Film editor DAVID GLADWELL Produced by julia CAVE Woddis On .. : page 81
Eighth of nine episodes starring in Guilty - in All Innocence by SIMON MASTERS
' Pendleton will give us the evidence we need - because if he doesn't, we'll simply throw him back in the sea.'
Series devised by cybil ABRAHAM Producer GERAINT MORRIS
Director ANDREW MORGAN
as Max van der Rheede:
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The town grew up round an eighth-century Benedictine Abbey, and though the buildings were destroyed, one of the original monastic activities, market-gardening, flourished. Michael Barratt talks to people who live in the area, and their favourite hymns are sung in All Saints Parish Church.
(For hymns see Wednesday 3.15 pm)
A play by PAUL FERRIS , starring and with Dudley Jones , Timothy Bateson
Aubrey Richards , Rachel Thomas Gerald James , Reginald Marsh
Twenty-five years ago, in 1957, the British political scene was in turmoil-as it is today. There was nuclear confrontation in Europe, disillusion at home and crisis in the Labour Party. At the centre of it all was neither a Prime Minister nor a Leader of the Opposition but a miners' hero from Wales whose oratory was a legend, whose legacy is the National Health Service, and whose life remains an enigma - Aneurin Bevan.
Designer PAULINE HARRISON Film editor CHRIS LAWRENCE
Photography ROBIN rollinson Producer richard lewis BBC Cymru/Wales
(Baroness Lee is among the guests discussing Nye on Did You See .. ? neit Saturday BBC2)
Bevan's Private Secretary:
Dr Daniel Davies:
Dr Alfred Webb-Johnson:
Dr Guy Dain:
Dr Charles Hill:
Sir John Slessor:
with Magnus Magnusson
Guildhall in the City of London is the setting when five more Mastermind champions return to the famous black chair to find out which two will join yesterday's winners in the final of this special tenth anniversary tournament. Leslie Grout (1981) Windsor Castle
John Hart (1975)
Athens and Sparta 750-394 BC Fred Housego (1980)
The Normans AD 911-1154 Rosemary James (1978) Norse mythology
Patricia Owen (1973)
Art and architecture of Constantinople AD 330-1453
(The Final is tomorrow at 8.55 pm)
with Barry Norman
Anton Dolin was Britain's first male ballet star. Best known for his partnership with Alicia Markova , he was also famous as a film and theatre performer before the Second World War. Today, at 77, Sir Anton is still active - travelling the world as a teacher and choreographer. On the eve of the publication of Dolin, Friends and Memories, he talks, with the aid of some rare film, of Dolin in action, of his life as a dancer and the people he knew and worked with - Diaghilev, Nijinsky, Cocteau and Picasso.
Susan Hill's first book for seven years, The Magic Apple Tree, describes the changing seasons in an Oxfordshire village. But a sense of belonging and community spirit have their price. Has the contentment she has found in country life prevented her from writing novels?
Producers DAVID sweetman, jane COLES Director JONATHAN FULFORD Deputy editor ian SQUIRES
Editor CHRISTOPHER 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 Mary Whitehouse Kenneth Williams, Phillip Whitehead, MP and an invited audience.
Researcher Claire Goodman
Director Raymond Short. Producers DAVID WINTER, CHRISTIAN FORSSANOEB
A series of eight programmes
The treatment of mental illness in the National Health Service investigated by Dr Alan Maryon-Davis . 2: First Contact
Like physical illness, most mental illnesses are treated by the family doctor and, even if the patient is referred to a psychiatrist, outpatient treatment is usually effective.
Assistant producer JEREMY ORLEBAR Producer david cobdinglet
Highlights of today's main class, The Kerrygold Championship, which included the leading
British riders and competitors from the USA, Holland, Ireland and Australia. Commentators RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD and STEPHEN HADLEY
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