Who's There? LESLEY JUDD , WAYNE LARYEA and CHRISTOPHER LILLICRAP withstoriesfromGod'swide world.
Script editor ROGER HUTCHINGS Director SID WADDELL Producer DAVID BROWN
A service of worship for everyone who has access to a television set, in which viewers are linked in Bible reading, prayer, meditation and the 'breaking of bread.
Today's service comes from the home of some viewers in Watford. Preacher THE REV JIM COTTER
'This is the day which the Lord has made! We shall rejoice and be glad in it.'
Readings: Jeremiah 29, vv 11-14; Mark 10, vv 32-34
Hymn for meditation: God moves in a mysterious way (London New) Photographer PETER LANE Guitarist ERIC HILL
Assistant producer JOHN NEWBURY Director RAYMOND SHORT Producer ANGELA TILBY
This week's programme includes an illustrated interview with the famous music director and singer HRIDAYNATH MANGESHKAR , brother of the legendary LATA MANGESHKAR. Apart from a round-up of news from the community, the programme continues with the Nationality Act With RIAZ SHEIKH.
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
A series of 12 programmes
6: Ratio. Presented by NORMAN GOWAR (Open University)
Director PATRICK TITLEY
Producer ROBERT CLAMP
Nine programmes to help mentally-handicapped people get more out of life. Presented by BRIAN RIX
Let's Ask for Help
How to cope if things go wrong.
Assdstant producer ROSANNA HIBBERT Producer CHARLES PASCOE
A series of 20 programmes
Presented by LILLY LEMBO LAMBERT and ENRICO VERDECCHIA 7: Cosa c'e do vedere?
The programme visits Orvieto, one of the oldest cities in Italy.
Film director LIBBY HALLIDAY Studio director PAULA GILDER
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI
(Complementary programme on Radio 4 VHF at 5.0 pm, repeated Wednesday at 11.0 pm)
A series of 20 programmes 6: Buying Things
Presented by TANYA FEIFER
GEORGE FEIFER , EDWARD OCHAGAVIA TATYANA VEDENEEVA
Film editor Richard SIDWELL
Producer TERRY DOYLE
A series of ten programmes presented by Delia Smith. (Repeat)
A weekly programme for people with hearing problems. This week Christmas books for the young. Introduced by MAGGIE WOOLLEY PADDY LADD and 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.
7: Let's Pretend ;
Directors FRANK ASH , MATT BONEY
Producer PAUL KRIWACZEK
With PHILIP WRIXON
DAN CHERRINGTON and BARRY WILSON
Producers PHILIP HICKS , KEN pollock Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
Weather for farmers jim BACON
A five-part series about managing small businesses. 1: How small firms should respond to offers.
starring Robert Donat with Greer Garson, Paul von Henreid
This charming and sentimental film traces the life and times of a shy schoolmaster - the inimitable and much loved ' Mr Chips'. Robert Donat received a well-deserved Academy Award for his portrayal of ' Chips' - from his first job as a young man to his old age as the school's most popular teacher.
Screenplay R. c. SHERRIFF , CLAUDINE WEST and ERIC MASCHWITZ from the novel by JAMES HILTON. Produced by VICTOR SAVILLE Directed by SAM WOOD
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John Colley/Peter CoUey/Peter Colley H/Peter Colley in:
Peter Colley (as a young man):
Sir John Colley:
An episode from the popular crime series based on the novel by GEORGES SIMENON starring
The Fontenay Murders
Dramatised by ELAINE MORGAN from the novel Maigret a peur guest stars: Edward Chapman
Alan Wheatley , Margaret Rawlings
With ALAN ROWE , NORMAN SCACE
Music composed by RON GRAINER
Producer ANDREW OSBORN
Directed by ALAN BRIDGES
Chief Insp Maigret:
Robert de CourCon:
Introduced by Jimmy Hill
Action highlights from two First Division matches in the north and south, plus analysis and interviews. Commentators
JOHN MOTSON and ALAN PARRY News round-up BOB WILSON
Producers ROGER MOODY , JOHN PHILIPS Series producer FRED VINER Editor BOB ABRAHAMS
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
by P. C. WREN dramatised in eight episodes by ALISTAIR BELL with 4: John has fled to the Foreign Legion in search of his missing brothers. At the Legion recruiting office in Paris he hears news of them-and encounters the sinisterly friendly Boldini.
Music composed and conducted by STEPHEN DEUTSCH
Make-up artist JAN NETHERCOTT Script editor TERRANCE DICKS Designer PAUL JOEL
Producer BARRY LETTS
Director DOUGLAS CAMFIELD
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Sgt Major Lejaune:
Two hundred years ago Weston-super-Mare was an unknown fishing and smuggling hamlet to the south of the Severn estuary. Then came the passion for indulging in sea bathing as a rest-cure, and in 1810 the first guest-house was built and named ' The Belvedere'. Today Weston-super-Mare is a major holiday resort and one of the fastest-growing towns in Europe Now that winter has set in and the holidaymakers are gone, the Christian community has time to find itself once again. Seamus McKee meets just some of them as 32 local churches join together to sing their Songs of Praise. come, let us Join our cheerful songs
(Naltivity); Glory, to thee. my God. this night Canon); Eternal Father (Melita);
When I needed a neighbour; The Lord is
King (Church Triumphant); I love you.
Lord Jesus; Fill thou my hfe (Richmond) : Angel voices
Conductor RICHARD GRAVES Organist BERNARD SNELL
Bandmaster TREVOR JAMES
Film director SIMON HAMMOND Producer CHRISTOPHER MANN wies producer jim MURRAY. BBC Bristol
by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT
Maplin's Holiday Camp, 1959
The Pay-Off .
The local Council are determined to build a hospital next to Maplin's Holiday Camp. Joe Maplin sends a shoebox full of money to Jeffrey with instructions that he is to bribe the four councillors.
Designer CARRY FREEMAN Directed by JOHN KILBY
Produced by DAVID CROFT
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Jeffrey Fairbrother featuring:
The first of a two-part screen adaptation of BROOKE HAYWARD 's best-selling memoirs starring
' My mother was a star, Margaret Sullavan, a shining idol of her generation. My father was Leland Hayward, a producer, agent, rich, glamorous legend himself. They were happily married for ten years, had three children in even succession ... This is a story of carelesseness and guilt; of people who have lived at extremes. My parents failed as they succeeded - on a massive scale. They left behind them a legacy, vested in their children, that only two of us survived.'
Screenplay by IVAN DAVIS and FRANK PIERSON Produced by WILLIAM HAYWARD Directed by MICHAEL TUCHNER
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
with Esther Rantzen
Jokes, stories and problems drawn from the letters you send in. Reporters Bill Buckley
Gavin Campbell , Michael Groth and at the That's Life Newsdesk Doc Cox and Joanna Monro
Director CHRIS FOX
Producer ESTHER RANTZEN Editor GORDON WATTS
Consumer news and advice on Ceefax
with Barry Norman
The Folies Bergère: Miss Bluebell and her troupe of dancers started their career at the Folies 50 years ago. Erte, the most brilliant designer of the Folies over the past 65 years, is 90. To celebrate these occasions Omnibus went to Paris to see the show and look at this extraordinary institution, whose history involves Mistinguett, Maurice Chevalier and Josephine Baker , and it's still going strong.
Van Dyck in England: Enticed to the court of Charles I, Van Dyck painted dazzling portraits of the King and his doomed court, that transformed the history of art. Malcolm Rogers looks at the years in England; Sir Roy Strong , Bryan Organ and Waldemar Januszczak consider Van Dyck as painter and propagandist.
Folies director CHARLES CASTLE Film editor JULIAN MILLER
Van Dyck director ROGER LAST Editor CHRISTOPHER MARTIN Woddis On ... page 89
Eric Robson meets people who have gone out on a limb because of their convictions and asks what beliefs have sustained them. This week he talks to Joan Ruddock ,
Chairperson of CND.
For the past 20 years Joan Rud dock has been an active campaigner for the causes she believes in, first for the rights of the homeless and now for nuclear disarmament. But how far should commitment to a cause take you in both private and public life?
Director FRANCES GIFFORD Producer PATTI STEEPLES
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLIE
Welcome to the European Theatre of War! Take your seats at the Theatre Royal, Stratford East, for 16 Up's nuclear cabaret. Featuring:
The People's Protest, The Government's Reply, The Great Arms Race and the Atomic Dreams of London teenagers. No one gets out of here alive ...