(.50 Sodium Chemistry
7.15 Computing at Scottish Gas
7.4t Writing Together
8:5 Einstein's Theory
8.30 Chemistry: Transition Metals
Alive in the Spirit
A Whit Sunday celebration from The Millmead Centre, Guildford Baptist Church, led by STAFF PASTOR JUSTIN DENNISON , assisted by members of the MiIlmead congregation who make their own contributions through praise, prayer, dance and drama. The service is introduced by the Minister, ROBERT L. ROXBURGH , who also preaches.
Hymns: Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of creation (Praxis plecatis); Tell out, my soul, the greatnessoftheLord!(GoForth)
Bible reading: Luke 9. w 57-62 Organist JULIAN BRISCOE Sound IAN LEIPER
Lighting JOHN MASON
Television presentation by RAYMOND SHORT
The Indian Community Centre in Nottingham was opened in 1979. In 1981 a Luncheon Club was opened for the elderly men and women. In this week's programme, a special film report about the Luncheon Club for the elderly Asians.
Also replies to viewers' letters about the Nationality Bill.
Apart from the news and views from the community, music is provided by Suresh Wadekar from the film Gamman.
BBC Pebble Mill
Microcomputers in UK schools - a report by BOB SALKELD
3: A Friend in the Corner
Eight case studies for teachers 6: Teacher Examine Thyself!
A group of teachers share their experiences of a 'racism awareness workshop'.
Book (same title) £3.75 from booksellers
Eight programmes based on excerpts from French TV networks. 6: Les trois tours
Presented by ANN LADBURY with designs by CAROLINE CHARLES
8: Caroline Charles chooses versions of her clothes to suit two women. Ann Ladbury shows how easy it is to produce a good hem.
Book (same title), 14-95 from bookseller*
7: 'Deafness is not a peaceful silent world.'
This week: tinnitus, the noises in the head that afflict so many hard-of-hearing people. The sketch The Awkward Foreman' is about problems at work.
With MORGAN SHEPPARD , THOMAS HEATHCOTE , STEVE GARDENER
Five programmes about responses to youth unemployment. 3: Training for What?
'We're equipping them for life, really.' (EMPLOYER) ELLIOT STERN of the Tavistock Institute looks at how the new Youth Training Scheme differs from earlier schemes for the young unemployed.
Producer ian woolp
Director ROBERT ALBURY
With PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON.
Producers PHILIP HICKS , KEN POLLOCK Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
Weather for farmers MICHAEL FISH
The Archbishop of Canterbury, The Most Rev Robert Runcie remembers a great day last May. A year ago he joined His Holiness Pope John Paul II in A Celebration of Faith from the Cathedral Church of Christ, Canterbury. Commentators
TOM FLEMING and CANON PETER FIRTH
JOHN VERNON. ANTONIA CHARLTON
continues a season of films in celebration of Bob Hope 's 80th birthday also starring
Rhonda Fleming , Roland Young
Complications aboard an ocean liner when Bob Hope , as the leader of a group of Boy Foresters, becomes involved with an attractive duchess and a crooked gambler.
Rhonda Fleming is the duchess who helps to make it hard for Bob to live up to the high ideals of brotherhood I
Screenplay by EmmND beloih
MELVILLE SBAVELSDN and JACK ROSE Produced by edmund beloin Directed by Alexander HALL Films: page 16
C J Dabney:
Grand Duke Maximillian:
King Size Canary
An mgm cartoon
A Western adventure series with Hannibal Heyes and Jed 'Kid' Curry, two of the roughest, toughest-nicest and kindest - outlaws who ever rode the West. with guest stars
Sian Barbara Alien
Six Strangers at Apache Springs
It takes quite a formidable character to intimidate Smith and Jones but a tough widow lady does just that. Rather than tangle with her they agree to bring back the gold she has hidden in hostile Indian territory. And when they are captured by some unfriendly-and totally unreasonable - Indians it's a little too late to have second thoughts.
Mickey Mouse 's unusual symphony is a smashing success. Goofy offers some unconventional instruction on horsemanship, and Donald and Pluto struggle with a temperamental speedboat with a mind of its own.
A WALT DISNEY production
The last of the series in which the questionmaster, Joseph Cooper , invites you to match your musical wits against Sue Cook , Robin Ray David Attenborough
Guest musician Klaus Tennstedt with Wendy Eathorne (soprano) and Brian Rayner Cook (baritone)
Designer MALCOLM THORNTON Sound ADRIAN STOCKS
Lighting WARWICK FIELDING Producer PETER BUTLER Director HELEN MORTON
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
This week: Folkestone
Arthur Negus and a team of art and antiques experts meet the public for the last time in this current series. Hugh Scully presents the programme from this Channel port and appropriately one of the finds is a passport for the Duchess of Richmond to attend the ball on the eve of Waterloo; another is a sailor's scrimshaw shell, probably French.
Directors CHRIS hunt and dave Mitchell Producer ROBIN DRAKE , BBC Bristol
The Story of English Furniture. £2.95 from booksellers
with Thora Hird
' Nice to see you back. You herald the return of the summer days,' ends one of the letters Thora has received requesting hymns about love. Thora has chosen some beautiful moments from the last year of Songs of Praise, hymns that reflect a passage that she reads from St Paul 's first letter to the Corinthians. ' There is nothing love cannot face; there is no limit to its faith, its hope and its endurance. Love will never come to an end.'
What wondrous love; A cry in the night (Notting Hill); Immortal love (Bishopthorpe); The captives' hymn; 0 love how deep, how broad, how high (Mach's mit mir Gott); The King of love my Shepherd Is (Dominus reglt me); Bind us together; I give my hands; My song is love unknown.
Director SIMON HAMMOND Producer Elizabeth GORT
by ROY CLARKE starring Bill Owen
Peter Sallis , Brian Wilde in All Mod Conned
Foggy has decided that Compo, Clegg and he are to have a ' get away from it all ' Christmas holiday.
Music RONNIE HAZLEHURST Designer TIM GLEESON
Produced and directed by SYDNEY LOTTERBY
by J. B. PRIESTLEY
This classic thriller starts a new series of Play of the Month, in which Anthony Valentine plays Charles Stanton
Dangerous Corner Is the most widely performed play that Priestley ever wrote. It had enormous success when it was presented as one of his time plays in the 30s, and has recently had a West End run longer than its original pro. duction. A classic thriller, Priestley broke through to a world-wide audience with this play.
Costume designer JOYCE mortlock
Lighting JOHN GREEN
Designer OLIVER bayldon Producer CEDRIC hessina Director JAMES ORMEROD Woddis On ... page 77
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
with Esther Rantzen
Consumer advice, investigations, misprints, mishaps and real-life humour drawn from the letters you send each week.
The reporters are Bill Buckley Gavin Campbell , Michael Groth And at the That's Life Newsdesk
Doc Cox and Joanna Monro
Director BOB MARSLAND
Producer ESTHER rantzen Editor GORDON WATTS
In the last of the present series David Jessel explores fresh perspectives on an issue in the news this week.
Film editor michael ALOOF
Series producer COLIN CAMERON
The last of six programmes tracing the evolution of the modern symphony orchestra, written and presented by Jane Glover Coda
Today's standard orchestra is the most versatile and flexible instrument for making music. But first the composer has to commit his thoughts to paper. with the London Philharmonic Orchestra leader PETER MANNING
From the Arts Centre, University of Warwick
Director PAUL KRIWACZEK Producer VICTOR POOLE
as Sergeant Bilko
The one and only Bilko continues to con everyone in sight.