A See-Saw programme World Over
Jesus-His Life and Teaching Jesus's Understanding of God
This week taking a look at Jesus'a own 'picture' of God. From St Gabriel's Church (meeting in St Bede's School, Basingstoke)
Speaker THE REV BILL IND Pianist LINDA MOORE
Introduced by RAYMOND SHORT
Bible readings: Romans 8, w 14-27; Matthew 11 w 25-30.
Hymns: God is love: his the care (Theodoric)
Praise we now the Word of grace (Savannah); Thanks to God whose word was spoken (St Helen); Colours of day dawn into the mind Sound CHRIS HOLCOMBE Lighting CLIVE POTTER
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
'London Against Racism'-the GLC's Anti-Racism programme-is beginning to gatner momentum, me Greater London Council has been very active in its support of ethnic and minority groups and, to co-ordinate these activities, the Ethnic Minorities Unit was set up.
Studio guest Ken Livingstone , Leader of the Council, talks to Rafio Mughal about London and its minorities.
The computer series continues with hardware and software; and SHANKAR DAS GUPTA sings a Bengali song. Producer YOUSEFAZIZ
Executive producer ASHOX RAMPAL
Presented by BRIAN RIX
Ten more programmes which aim to help mentally handicapped people to get more out of life.
9: Let's be Safe at Home
Fire hazards, the bathroom, medicines.
Assistant producer ANNE O'DWYER Producer CHARLESPASCOE Producer ROBERT CLAMP
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A series of 24 programmes aimed at giving direct help to all those having difficulty with O-level maths. 9: Graphs (1)
Presented by LAURIE BUXTON (ILEA) Director PATRICK TITLEY
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A ten-part combined television and radio course for beginners in Spanish, with on-the-spot documentary film and recordings.
with ISABEL SOTO, MIGUEL PENARANDA, CARLOS RIERA
Film editor DAVID WILSON
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI
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A series of five films aimed at the parents of children with a mental handicap. 4: Being Together
It's easy to forget that people with a mental handicap need love and companionship. Having a handicap does not take away all our basic human emotions.
Keith and Pat wanted to get married-and overcame by determination and courage all the obstacles that were put in their way. Margaret and Jean now live an independent life within the community-each supported by the companionship of the other.
Commentary BRIAN Rix
(Secretary General, MENCAP) Film editor ROGER CUERTIN
Producer ROBERT clamp
Ten programmes on survival and success in small business. 4: Raising Finance-II Film editor PAUL SINCLAIR
Producer JOHN TWTTCHIN
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For people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
A programme presenting news, views and entertainment, with sign language interpretation and subtitles.
Presented by MAGGIE WOOLLEY GERRT HUGHES and JOHN LEE Produced by CHARLESPASCOE
Last of ten programmes. CHRIS SERLE, IAN MCNAUGHT-DAVIS and GILL NEVILL continue their exploration of the world of information science.
Things to Come
Directors FRANK ASH. MATT BONEY
Producer PAUL KRIWACZEK
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with PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producers PHILIP HICKS. KEN POLLOCK ExecutiveproducerJOHNkbnyon BBC Pebble Mill
Weather for farmers BILL GILES
Eight films about the pleasures of birdwatching presented by Tony Soper
3: A Home of Your Own
Film editor AL CELL Producer RON BLOOMFIELD (First shown on BBC2) Book (same title) £3.50 from booksellers
Starring Clark Gable, Sophia Loren, Vittorio de Sica
Playing an American lawyer who tries to make himself responsible for a delinquent orphan in Naples, Clark Gable finds that he is no match for the child's volatile Aunt Lucia.
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The Reluctant American
The Cartwrights are accused of rustling by a greenhorn fresh from England.
Written by STANLEY ROBERTS Directed by PHILIP LEACOCK
Three award-winning films about the wildlife of the Andes, narrated by Andrew Sachs
2: Ocean. Desert and Thin Air
For 2,000 miles, between the Pacific and the Andes mountains, stretches the Atacama Desert. It seems as barren as the moon, yet it holds many surprises. Inland, two-and-a-half miles higher, volcanoes smoke above an icy land of salt-flats and llamas.
JIM SAUNDERS , MARTIN SAUNDERS. Produced by MICHAEL
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The second of two programmes with Paul McDowell
It's Advent, and as shop tills jingle to the music of the annual spending-spree children from St Thomas More 's School are out on the streets of London conducting a survey on Christmas. They bring their findings to the studio and challenge The Rev John Rawsthorne , one of Liverpool's Roman Catholic Bishops, to explain why the message of Christmas seems to be increasingly lost in the modem world. Research JUIJAN BRISCOE
Film director SIMON HAMMOND Studio director ANDREW BARR Producer ELIZABETH CORT
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
by CHARLOTTE BRONTE dramatised in 11 episodes by ALEXANDER BARON
10: The destitute Jane has found sanctuary with the Rivers family and has a new post as teacher at the village school.
Music composed and conducted by PAUL READE
Costume designer GILL HARDIE Script editor TERRANCE DICKS Designer MICHAEL EDWARDS Producer BARRY LETTS Director JULIAN AMYEB
St John Rivers:
Presented by Jimmy Savile , OBE
A series of ten programmes about preventing road accidents. 9: Under The Influence
Drinking and driving is responsible for 30,000 people being killed or injured each year. This programme looks at some of the facts and suggests ways of enjoying yourself without driving 'under the influence'.
Series consultant John Darlington Director JUUA DRUM
Producer PETER. RIDING
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John Stuart Roberta talks to some of the people who live in the expanding town of Northampton, and they join with members of the local churches to sing their favourite hymns in the newly restored All Saints' Church.
Conductor IAN CLARKE Organist ROGER ALLEN
Researcher ANN RICHARDSON
Film director CHRISTOPHER MANN Producer MICHAEL SHOESMITH Series producer jim MURRAY
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by Jimmy Perry and David Croft
Maplin's Holiday Camp, 1959
Fred Quilly's horses are tired. Fred suggests more oats; Joe Maplin Â—the knackers yard. Peggy, Ted and all the staff rally round to protect Fred and his horses with unexpected results.
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A serial in ten episodes created by JOHN HAWKESWORTH with Ashes to Ashes September 1645 by JEREMY PAUL
Sir Martin is dead and Tom imprisoned in nearby Swinford. Amescote is to be sold by order of Parliament-but Cromwell has more ruthless plans for the castle.
Music composed by KEN HOWARD and ALAN BLAIKLBY Designer KEN SHARP
Executive producer JOHN HAWKESWORTH Producer BRIAN SPIBY
Director BRIAN BARNHAM
An exhibition of costumes is currently on display at Longleat House, Warminster, Wiltshire
Sir Martin Lacey:
Sir Thomas Lacey:
Colonel Hannibal Marsh:
Sir Henry Parkin:
featuring the presentation to the Sports Personality of the Year by Bobby Charlton , CBE
Direct from BBC Television Centre, London. Over 400 leading sports personalities gather to relive the memorable moments and outstanding achievements of 1983. World Athletics Championships:
Decathlete DALEY THOMPSON wins Britain's first gold medal and STEVE CRAM beats the world's best over 1500 metres. Triple gold-medallist CARL LEWIS of the United States relives memories of JESSE OWENS.
At home: FATIMA WHITBREAD, in the javelin, becomes only the second British woman to win a European Cup final and there are victories for ALLAN WELLS over 200 metres, STEVE CRAM and the 4 x 400 metres relay team.
Cricket: KAPIL DEV leads India to a shock victory in the World Cup and England, led by BOB WILLIS , beat New Zealand.
Football: Aberdeen lift the Cup Winners' Cup for Scotland and in England there's success for Manchester United and Liverpool but the home countries struggle in the European Championship.
Tennis:Martinanavratilovadominates the world scene and retains her title at Wimbledon, where JOHN MCENROE beats a virtual unknown to regain his crown.
Yachting: The UNITED STATES are beaten-the Americas Cup goes to AUSTRALIA.
Golf: TOM WATSON wins his fifth Open Championship, NICK FALDO tops the European circuit and the Ryder Cup is a cliff-hanger.
Boxing: CHARLIE MAGRI , COLIN JONES ' and TONY SIBSON all tilt at world titles. FRANK BRUNO overpowers the heavyweights.
Horse Racing: JENNY PITMAN is the heroine of Aintree, LESTER PIGGOTT wins his ninth Derby but WILLIE CARSON is the champion.
Snooker: CLIFF THORBURN scores a maximum break but STEVE DAVIS regains the World Championship.
Rugby Union: IRELAND and FRANCE share the championship while in Rugby League FEATHERSTONE ROVERS lift the Challenge Cup.
British World Champions include JAYNE TORVILL and CHRISTOPHER DEAN in ice dancing and KEITH DELLER in darts.
Also The Team of the Year and the Outstanding Overseas Personality
Introduced by DESMOND LYNAM and HARRY CARPENTER with DAVID COLEMAN and JIMMY HILL
Videotape editor CHRIS BOOTH Lighting NIGEL WRIGHT Designer ERIC WALMSLEY
Assistant producer GRAHAM FRY Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor HAROU) ANDERSON
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman weatherman
with Richard Baker
Tonight, two artists in search of a reputation. One is the young American Philip Core. This summer he produced a 180 foot long mural for the Henley Festival and is on the threshold of a diverse and successful career. The other is Martin Bloch , a refugee from Nazi Germany, whose centenary passed unnoticed in November. Designer ANDREE WELSTEAD HORNBY Produced by CHRISTOPHER SWANN and CYRIL FRANKEL
Studio director BOB LOCKYER Editor IAN SQUIRES
[Starring] Phil Silvers as Sergeant Bilko
The Black Hole Weigh-In
Black holes are almost certainly the most bizarre objects known. They cannot be seen but they betray their presence by their effects upon more normal stars. Now, for the first time, there has been an opportunity to weigh one of these strange objects. Patrick Moore talks about the latest developments with Dr Michael Penston
Produced by PETER MORPURGO