WEI WEI WONG, JOHN DRYDEN and CHRISTOPHER LILLICRAP with stories from God's wide world.
Script editor ROGER Hutching* Director MARTIN HUGHES Producer DAVID BROWN
Programmes of worship linking viewers from home to home.
The message of the Bible is explored by LINDA MARY EVANS , a deacon in the Church of Wales. She speaks from the home of some viewers in Cardiff.
' This is the day which the Lord has madel We shall rejoice and be glad in it.'
Today's readings are: Ezekiel 37. w 1-5: John 3, vv 1-5
The hymn for meditation Is: Immortal, invisible (St Denlo)
Prayers R. T. BROOKS Readers:
MEMBERS OF THE VIEWING CONGREGATION Guitarist ERIC HILL
Photographer PETER LANE Director ANDREW BARR Producer Angela TILBY
To commemorate the martyrdom of Imam Hussain , the programme begins with a rendering of Soz. NOMANUL HAQ continues with the series on rights and duties. RIAZ SHEIKH of the UK Immigrants' Advisory Service explains further about the nationality law. RABLA RAZA talks to some Asian parents about bringing up their children. The programme also commemorates the anniversary of the birth of Guru Nanak and pays homage with a specially written Shabad.
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
A series of 12 programmes 4: Symbols
Presented by NORMAN GOWAR (Open University)
Producer ROBERT clamp
Nine more programmes which aim to help mentally-handicapped people get more out of life.
Presented by BRIAN RIX
4: Let's Go and Do the Room Up
Producer CHARLES PASCOE
A series of 20 programmes for beginners in Italian, featuring specially shot documentary film. Presented by LILLY LEMBO LAMBERT and ENRICO VERDECCHIA. 4: Buono, buonissimo!
How to say you like something
Film director SUSANNA CAPON Studio director PAULA GILDER
Producer MADCALENA FAGANDINI
(Complementary programme on Radio 4 VHF at 5.0 pm)
Book (same title), records and cassettes. and notes for teacher* available from retailers or from BBC Publications.
A series of 20 programmes
Learn a little Russian and look at daily life in the Soviet Union. 4: The Russian Alphabet, 4
Also: asking permission, a look at what Russians read, shopping in Moscow's main bookstore and a survey of the Soviet press. Presented by TANYA FEIFER , GEORGE FEIFER EDWARD OCHAGAVIA
Film editor RICHARD SIDWELL
Producer TERRY doyle
A series of ten programmes.
Presented by Delia Smith. (Repeat)
Delia Smith's Complete Cookery Course, Â£10.95; Videobook and Laservision Videodisc (BBCV 1009), from retailers
Delia Smith recipe on Ceefax p167
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. This week: people in Scotland protest at the closure of a deaf school.
Introduced by MAGGIE WOOLLEY and PADDY LADD , JOHN LEE
Produced by EDDIE MONTAGUE
A series of ten programmes. CHRIS SERLE, IAN MCNAUGHT-DAVIS and GILL NEVILL continue their exploration of the world of information science.
4: It's on the Computer
Producer PAUL KRIWACZEK
With PHILIP WRIXON
DAN CHERRINGTON , BARRY WILSON
Producers PHILIP HICKS , KEN POLLOCK Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
Weather for farmers ANNE PURVIS
The sixth of eight films
York, Chester, Shrewsbury, Totnes are well-preserved medieval towns. Yet most British towns are medieval in origin. Fred Housego visits Carmarthen with Terry James.
starring George C. Scott
Charlotte Bronte's classic tale of the shy orphan who falls in love with her rich and arrogant employer is one of the screen's most compelling love stories.
Friendless and without prospects, Jane Eyre is thankful to get a job as governess at Thornfield Hall, even though the master of the house is reputed to be a harsh man. More disturbing is the mani. acal laughter she hears in the night.
Screenplay by JACK PULMAN
Produced by \FREDERKE BROGGER
Directed by DELBERT MANN. Films: p 13
St John Rivers:
Hiss and Make Up
A WARNER BROTHERS cartoon
It's a Small World
Ben fights the cause of a midget who leaves the security of his circus for unhappy domestic reasons and finds prejudice prevents him getting work elsewhere.
Mickey, Donald and Goofy tangle with a giant clock. A rabbit disrupts Postman Pluto's mail run and Donald wages war on some ants.
A WALT DISNEY production
Introduced by Jimmy Hill
Action highlights from two First Division games; also a chance to win £100's worth of Premium Bonds in the October Goal of the Month competition. Commentators JOHN MOTSON and ALAN PARRY News round-up BOB wilson
Producersjohn SHREWSBURY , ROGER KOODY Series producer FRED VINER Editor BOB ABRAHAMS
Richard Whitmore ; Weatherman
by p c WREN. dramatised in eight episodes by ALISTAIR BELL
1: Major de Beaujolais leads a relief column to Fort Zinderneuf - and encounters a baffling and macabre series of mysteries ... So begins P. C. Wren 's famous story of brotherly love, self-sacrifice and death-or-glory adventure in the French Foreign Legion. \
Music composed and conducted by STEPHEN DEUTSCH
Lighting JOHN MASON
Script editor TERRANCE DICKS Designer PAUL JOEL
Producer BARRY LETTS
Director DOUGLAS CAMFIELD
Woddis On ... page 89 I
Major de Beaujolais:
Sgt Ma] Lejaune:
Sgt Major Dufour:
from St Mary's Church, Welshpool, Powys
Tonight Noreen Bray visits the border town of Welshpool, once the centre of North Wales's wool and cloth industry, to meet local Christians and talk to them about their lives, faith and favourite hymns.
Conductor ARTHUR HEFIN JONES Organist HENRY RONALD PUGH
Assistant producer JOHN GERAINT Producer HUW BRIAN WILLIAMS Series producer \jim MURRAY BBC Wales
The first of twelve programmes by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT featuring
Maplin's Holiday Camp, 1959
Nice People with Nice Manners
The ballroom dancers decide to give a party. They invite only those members of the staff that they consider socially acceptable - which leaves out Ted.
Designer GARRY FREEMAN Directed by JOHN KILBY
Produced by DAVID CROFT
Songs and fun (record REC 436. cassette ZCM 436) from retailers
Ingrid Bergman stars in the two-part screen biography of Golda Meir ; her last magnificent performance for which she won this year's Best Actress Emmy Award. also starring
Driven from their native Russia by pogroms, the Mabovitch family settled in Milwaukee, where Golda emerged as a lively young woman with a single-minded commitment to Socialist-Zionism. In 1921 that commitment led her and her husband, Morris Meyerson to Palestine where she found her life's work.
The years up to 1948 were years that for Golda were marked by great happiness for the birth of Israel and personal sadness caused by the break-up of her marriage.
Sir Stuart Ross:
David Ben Gurion:
Maj Orde Wingate:
with Richard Whitmore ; Weather
with Esther Rantzen featuring real-life investigations, jokes, stories and problems drawn from the 15,000 letters you send in each week. Reporters
Bill Buckley , Gavin Campbell Michael Groth and at the That's Life Newsdesk Doc Cox and Joanna Monro
Director CHRIS POX
Producer Esther RANTZEN Editor GORDON WATTS
with Barry Norman
Dame Freya Stark , writer, traveller and one of the most remarkable English women of this century, is in her 90th year. This autumn her final volume of letters will be published and more exotic journeys will be undertaken. At her Italian home she talks to John Julius Norwich and looks back over a remarkable life.
Dance Umbrella 82, the fourth festival of contemporary dance, is under way all over the country. Dutiful Ducks, Postwar and Counter Revolution performed by Michael Clark , Tim Miller and Extempore Dance Theatre give a flavour of what's going on. Dance Umbrella director BOB LOCKYER Freya Stark director DAVID CHESHIRE Film cameraman JOHN MCGLASHAN Film editor RICHARD BRUNSKILL Editor CHRISTOPHER MARTIN
Eric Robson talks to Dr Kenneth McAll , a consultant psychiatrist who believes that the dead can dominate the living by possession. His treatment is an unconventional blend of genealogy and Christianity which involves prayer, exorcism and forgiveness.
Director FRANCES GIFFORD Producer PATTI STEEPLES
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
How Do 1 Look? Who really decides the way you look?
The Cosmic Serpent
Can comets have collided with the earth? According to a new theory by Dr Clube and Dr Napier from the Royal Observatory, Edinburgh, collisions can happen, and it was one such event which wiped out the dinosaurs over 60 million years ago. Dr Clube and Patrick Moore discuss these surprising theories.
Producer PIETER MORPURGO
Space Invaded (record REH 442, cassette 2CR 442) from retailers
Dathatsu Challenge from the Brighton Centre
Introduced - by BARRY DAVIES