6-25 Mark Twain 's Huckleberry Finn 6-50 Tho Athabasca Glacier
715 Database: Query Languages '40 Mechanical Manipulation
MoO' Genetic Manipulation of Wheat
8.30 Photoelectron Spectroscopy
A See-Saw programme. (Repeat)
Stories and songs from God's wide world. makk CURRY tells how Alban became the first British saint; KIM goody sings that 'The world is a circle '; TINA HEATH shows how the loyalty of Ruth was rewarded.
Script editor NOEL VINCENT Director JUDY MERRY
Assistant producer SID WADDELL Producer DAVID BROWN
Half-an-hour of worship, prayer, sharing and celebration in which viewers are linked by television from home to home. This is the day which the Lord has made!
We shall rejoice and be glad in it.
The service is led by members of the viewing congregation.
Today's speaker is Anne Hoad , a Church of England Deaconess and the mother of two children. She joins some friends in the Parish of St Luke's, Charlton.
6fd Testament reading: Genesis 28, vv 1013; Gospel: Luke 4, vv 16.19; Hymn for meditation: 'Let all mortal flesh keep silence (Picardy) Director ANGELA tilby
Asian Magazine wishes all its viewers a very happy Eid.
For the last few weeks millions of Muslims throughout the world have been observing Ramadan and as the festival of Eid-Ul-Fitr approaches, Asian Magazine joins in the celebrations with a special Naat for the occasion, and also talks to a distinguished scholar on the significance of Ramadan.
In addition there is the usual round-up of news and events from the community.
Producer krishan could
Executive producer ASHOK bampal BBC Pebble Mill
with PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producers PHILIP hicks , KEN POLLOCK Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
Weather for farmers JIM BACON
Eight programmes about renovating old furniture, presented by David Day and Albert Jackson 2: Surface Damage
Film editor AL GELL
Producer RON bloomfield
MauVeen O'Hara , Rossano Brazzl
When Moira Clavering runs off to Italy with a rich and handsome composer, her husband tries un. successfully to conceal the truth from their children. Talking it over young Michael and Debby decide that it is up to them to get their mother back. Once they arrive at Lorenzo's luxurious lakeside villa, however, they find the lovers determined to preserve their happiness at any cost. So the battle begins ...
Based on the novel by RUMEn GODDEN Written and directed by DELMER DAVES Films; page 12
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A WARNER BROS cartoon.
A Western adventure series starring Pete Duel as Smith and Ben Murphy as Jones with guest stars
Lou Gossett , Robert Donner R. G. Armstrong
Hunter Smith and Jones are well and truly captured by an unusual but very determined bounty hunter ...
Mickey and Pluto go fishing by the seaside. Blundering cowdog Goofy is mistaken for a hero and Donald visits a truly modernised home.
A WALT DISNEY production
The fifth of seven award-winning wildlife films. For more than a year the teenage naturalist and cameraman, Simon King , explored the rich and various habitats of the south of England. Simon shoots the film and narrates the story too. In particular he examines the way that many wild creatures are affected by demands upon the land. 5: Heathland
Editor TONY WILLIAMS Producer JOHN KING
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
by CHARLES DICKENS dramatised by james ANDREW HALL Presented in six episodes, starring
1: A lonely little figure hurrying home across the marshes ... The sudden terrifying appearance of a brutal escaped convict - and Pip is launched on an adventure that changes him from blacksmith's apprentice to snobbish gentleman.
Music composed, conducted by PAUL READE Producer BARRY LETTS
Director JULIAN AMYES
Pip (aged 9):
Pip (aged 12):
appeals on behalf of King's College Chapel, Cambridge. the home of Britain's most famous choir and of the Service of Nine Lessons and Carols at Christmas.
The Chapel has been a monument for 500 years and is now badly in need of restoration. Please help to ensure that future generations can enjoy this celebrated building by sending donations, preferably by crossed cheque or PO, to: [address removed]
Julian Lloyd Webber talks to Cliff Michelmore
Julian took up the cello because he wanted to get out of playing the piano, which I hated'. He became a professional cellist at the age of 26, and at 32 is ranked as one of the greatest of his generation. Tonight he talks about his music and the spiritual influences which have accompanied his career to date.
The choir of All Saints, Margaret Street , London, where his father was church organist, performs hymns associated with significant experiences in his life.
Conductor DR ERIC ARNOLD OB sound DOUG whittaker 0n lighting JOHN STERLING
Film director SIMON HAMMOND Series producer JIM MURRAY
A second series in eight episodes written by Ewart Alexander based on characters created by John Quigley, starring Eric Deacon as Robert King with Louie Ramsay, Andrew Keir, Anne Kristen, Heather James, Sally Osborn, Simon Cowell-Parker and Dallas Adams
'Once the idea of flight invades the brain, it possesses it exclusively.' Andrew Whyte is determined to test his theories. Sir Robert has his doubts about Andrew's enthusiasm.
Based on characters created by:
The Whisky Priest, written by ANTONY JAY and JONATHAN LYNN starring Paul Eddington Nigel Hawthorne with Derek Fowlds Designer
andree welstead HORNBY
Produced and directed by PETER WHITMORE
Jim Hacker, MP:
Join Wayne Sleep in the last of six programmes of music, dance and comedy starring Britain's top dancers, including Bonnie Langford Finola Hughes
Stewart Avon Arnold Linda Mae Brewer Nelson Fernandez Claud-Paul Henry Helen Mason Andy Norman
Robert (B.J.) Ryan Peter Salmon
Nichola Treherne and featuring from The Royal Ballet
Alessandra Ferri , David Wall
Resident choreographer ANTHONY VAN LAAST
Guest choreographers bill DRYSDALE ARLENE PHILLIPS
Additional choreography DEREK DUNE Artistic consultant wayne SLEEP
Script material kim fuller, MIKE RADPORD Original music and songs by GERARD KENNY , DAVID MINDEL
Musical director LAURIE HOLLOWAY Designer BARRIE DOBBINS
Associate producer JILL MARSHALL Directed by RON ISTED , COLIN NEARS , BRIAN WHITEHOUSE Produced by TOM gutteridge
Music from The Hot Shoe Show (record reb 476. cassette zcr 476) from retailers
with Jan Lecming ; Weatherman
Written by IAN KENNEDY MARTIN
On the first day of the Old Bailey trial, the last thing John Ho needs is a call from his boss Berwick.... let alone a couple of OAPs, a 12-bore shotgun and a fleet of three-wheelers ...
Cast in order of appearance:
Series created by ian Kennedy martin Producer TERENCE WILLIAMS
Director IAN TOYNTON (Repent)
Det Sgt John Ho:
as Chief Insp Berwick:
Det Sgt Donald Chegwyn:
Dr David Li:
Ex-Det Chief Insp Marley-Harris:
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The Broken Covenant
This year Australia has been much in the news, but surprisingly little has been heard about the plight of the ' other Australians ', the Aborigines. Last week's Everyman reported on tribal Aborigines in the outback, on their struggle to retain their own way of life. But what happens to Aborigines caught up in the cities? This film explores the Aborigine experience of Sydney, and the response of one remarkable white priest, Fr Ted Kennedy , who believes it is time white ' civilisation' stopped telling ' primitive ' tribes how to live their lives.
1 Aborigines say " when white people came we had the land and they had the Bible. Now we've got the Bible and they've got the land." I feel we're the ones who need evangelising - by them! '
Film editor RICHARD BRUNSKILL Producer DAVID M. THOMPSON Editor JOHN STUART ROBERTS
Eight films about Fred Dibnah
The Dibnah family's steam roller and trailer trundle on through Cheshire with Fred moaning about the monotony of the rural landscape and the heat of the sun. The heavens reply with a thunder-storm and Fred and family reach the field where a rally is to be held the next day, their bedding sodden, their spirits dampened, their dog blackened by dank smoke.
Narrator Deryck Guyler
Film editor PETER GIBBS
Written and produced by Don Haworth
BBC Manchester (First shown on BBC2)
[Starring] Phil Silvers as Sergeant Bilko
Bilko discovers, in a treaty, a flaw which would give Oklahoma back to the Indians.