TINA HEATH, OLU JACOBS and CHRISTOPHER LILLICRAP with Stories from God's wide world.
Script editor ROGER hutchings Director sid WADDELL
Producer DAVID BROWN
A programme of worship.
The message of the Bible is explored by PAMELA MAGGS , an Anglican deaconess. She will be speaking from the home of some members of her congregation in Tottenham, North London.
Today's readings are: 1 Corinthians 15. w 51-65; John 14, vv 1-3
The hymn for meditation is: The Lord's my Shepherd (Brother James' Air) Prayers: R. T. BROOXS
Readers: MEMBERS OF THE VIEWING CONGREGATION. Guitarist ERIC HILL Photographer PETER LANE Director ANDREW BARR Producer ANGELA TILBY
with a film report from Leicester where the students at the Poly-technic talk about their views on the highly controversial issue of arranged marriages.
RIAZ SHEIKH talks to NOMANUL HAQ about the Nationality Act and answers viewers' questions. And ROQSANA AHMED who sings a modem Bangia song.
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
A series of 12 programmes
5: Angles, presented by LAURIE BUXTON (ILEA)
Nine programmes for the mentally handicapped with BRIAN RIX
5: Let's Be Careful
A series of 20 programmes
Presented by LILLY LEMBO LAMBERT and ENRICO VERDECCHIA.
5: Rivediamo un po'. Some revision
Film director SUSANNA CAPON Studio director PAULA GILDER
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI
(Complementary programme on Radio 4 VHF at 5.0 pm)
A series of 20 programmes 5: The Russian Alphabet, 5
A pause for revision. Also - what's on in Moscow theatres, and a trip on the Moscow underground Presented by TANYA FEIFER
GEORGE FEIFER , EDWARD OCHAGAVIA TATYANA VEDENEEVA
Production assistant MARY SPRENT Producer TERRY DOYLE
A series of ten programmes.
Presented by Delia Smith.
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 PADDY LADD and JOHN LEE
Produced by PETER DUNKLEY
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Ten programmes exploring the world of information science with CHRIS SERLE, IAN MCNAUGHT-DAVIS and GILL NEVILL
5: The New Media
Directors FRANK ASH, MATT BONEY
Producer PAUL KRIWACZEK
With PHILIP WRIXON
DAN CHERRINGTON , BARRY WILSON
Producers PHILIP HICKS , KEN POLLOCK Executive producer john kenton BBC Pebble Mill
Weather for farmers JACK SCOTT
The seventh of eight films presented by Fred Housego.
In Alloa, in central Scotland Murray Dickie showed Fred Housego how its modern face hides a many-layered story.
starring Ronald Colman Douglas Fairbanks Jr Madeleine Carroll
Raymond Massey , David Niven
In this celebrated film version of Anthony Hope 's famous Ruritanian adventure, Ronald Colman stars as the Englishman, Rassendyll, who bears an uncanny resemblance to the uncrowned King Rudolf and finds himself impersonating him at his coronation. Romance blooms and rebel plots are foiled in this exhilarating swashbuckler made in 1937. Screenplay by JOHN BALDERSTON WELLS ROOT ,
DONALD OGDEN STEWART
Produced by DAVID O. SELZNICK Directed by JOHN CROMWELL
Douglas Fairbanks Jr Madeleine
Rudolph Rassendyll/King Rudolf V:
Rupert of Hentzau:
Antoinette de Mauban:
Caotain Fritz von Tarlenheim:
The Night Virginia City Died
The 1982 Royal Tour of Australia and the South Pacific
One of the most colourful Royal Tours for many years ended last weekend when The Queen flew back to London after nearly a month of non-stop travel.
Reporter Brian Hanrahan and his camera team of Bernard Hesketh and John Jockel followed the royal journey from its beginnings at the Commonwealth Games in Brisbane to New Guinea, the Pacific islands and finally to that most loyal of Commonwealth countries, the island of Fiji.
Picture editor john HINKLEY Produced by GORDON CARR A BBCtv News Special
Introduced by Jimmy Hill
Action highlights from two First Division games, plus analysis and interviews. Also, the result of the October Goal of the Month competition.
JOHN MOTSON and ALAN PARRY News round-up BOB wiLsoN
Producers JOHN SHREWSBURY , ROGER MOODY Series producer FRED VINER Editor BOB ABRAHAMS
with Moira Stuart Weatherman
by P.C. Wren.
Dramatised in eight episodes by Alistair Bell
Lady Brandon has had a mysterious Indian visitor while Beau is hiding in a suit of armour, and John in a chest. When the visitor leaves, John is taken from his airless hiding-place, apparently lifeless.
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Music composed and conducted by:
appeals on behalf of The Rehearsal orchestra (reg no: 237816)
The Rehearsal Orchestra aims to provide orchestral training for young musicians. In doing so it provides a service to music and so to lovers of music. Donations (preferably by crossed Po or cheque)should be sent to: Ian Wallace ,
The Rehearsal Orchestra[address removed]
from Deptford, south east London
Tonight's Songs of Praise looks at the historic past and hope-filled future of a riverside borough through the stories of faith and hymns chosen by some of Deptford's Christians.
Teresa Franks, John Downs and Fr James Westcott are lifelong Deptford inhabitants.
Hilary Clarke and Armza Ruddock have made it their home.
Introduced by John Stuart Roberts, with hymns sung in the baroque splendour of St Paul's Church.
Battle hymn of the Republic (John Brown);
Jesus Is the answer;
Holy Virgin by God's decree;
Lead us, heavenly Father (Mannheim);
God Is our strength and refuge (The Dambusters' March);
Soul of my Saviour (Anima Christi);
When I survey (Rockingham);
We vow to thee our Father (Thaxted)
(postponed from 12 September)
Outside broadcast director:
by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT
Special guest star John Le Mesurier
Maplin's Holiday Camp, 1959 Carnival Time
Joe Maplin insists that the staff take part in the Town Carnival by putting in a float. Spike is given the job of producing the tableau.
Designer GARRY FREEMAN
Produced and directed by DAVID CRORT * Subtitles on Ceejax page 170
Yellowcoat boys THE WEBB TWINS,:
Ingrid Bergman stars in this two-part screen biography of Golda Meir ; her last, magnificent performance for which she won this year's Best Actress Emmy Award. also starring
Part 2 chronicles the years from
1948 up to Golda Meir s triumphant meeting with Anwar Sadat in 1977, turbulent years in which Golda dedicated herself to a career of political involvement and government service. They were also years of enormous self-sacrifice and personal tragedy.
Written by HAROLD CAST , STEPHEN gethers Produced by GENS CORMAN
Directed by ALAN GIBSON. Films: page IS
with Moira Stuart ; 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 amis FOX
Producer ESTHER RANTZEN Editor GORDON WATTS
with Barry Norman
Brits on Broadway: Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats has just taken Broadway by storm but there are at least a dozen other British productions of one kind or another playing, or about to open, in New
York This season the British appear to be more popular on Broadway than ever before. In a return visit to the capital of American theatre, BARRY NORMAN examines the reason for this extraordinary British success with the help of Richard Burton , Alan Howard David Hare, Andrew Lloyd Webber and others.
The American Dance Machine is a company that exists to keep alive and perform the best numbers from Broadway musicals. They're ' sensational' said the New York Times. Now they're over here, and show Omnibus their paces.
Broadwayproducer ROBIN LOUGH Film cameraman JOHN MCGLASHAN Film editor CRRISTOPHER SWAYNE Studio director JONATHAN njLFORO Editor CHRISTOPHER MARTIN
Eric Robson continues his conversations with people who have gone out on a limb because of their beliefs and convictions, and asks what has sustained them.
Director FRANCES CIFPORD Producer JOHN WILCOX
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
Sex Roles - OK?
' Only poofs drink lager; only southerners and women drink gin.' 16 Up travels north with Seething Wells for a look at the rules and roles of sexism. Ian does ballet and Audrey drinks pints - ' so what?' Lorna drives a bus in Edinburgh while a team of young women painters and decorators opt for single sex training in south Tyneside. Victims or rebels? 'Tell'em, girls! '
Produced by TONY MATTHEWS Directed by DIANNE KENNY and CHRISTOPHER LENT