Mother-tongue teaching for Asian children bom in this country has always been a topic of concern. DR SUMAN DUTTA , lecturer in psychology, talks to two teachers; SURINDER KOCHAR and AMTUL H. ALl , and to a mother of two, SAMINA MIR.
Music today is by KAMAL BAROT , who sings a ghazal, and RAJINDER KACHROO presents a Kashmiri folk song.
Producer KRlSHAN GOULD
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
with Jean Arthur
James Gleason , Eric Blore
In another 'Thin Man'-type tale, William Powell and Jean Arthur are teamed as a couple-separated, but not for very long. She writes detective stories; he is a surgeon - but the sudden death of a jockey leads him to play detective.
Screenplay by ANTHONY VEILLER Produced by EDWARD KAUFMAN Directed by STEPHEN ROBERTS
Films: page 16
with Penelope Keith
Today: The Two Princes by ANTHONY ARMSTRONG
Prince Jack and Prince John, though brothers, are not at all alike; when both compete in a dragon-killing contest, they make use of their fairy gifts in very different ways.
Pictures CAROL WALKLIN
A 12-part series by BOB BLOCK
3: A holiday of havoc at the seaside when Claypole makes a Spanish galleon materialise! and the Pantomime Horse
Incidental music JONATHAN COHEN Producer JEREMY SWAN
Director DAVID CRICHTON
Hazel the McWitch:
by J. MEADE FALKNER dramatised by GEORGE DAY in six episodes
1: No one really believes the legend of Blackbeard and his lost treasure, until one day when John Trenchard is crossing the churchyard he discovers the entrance to a tunnel.
Film editor BILL wright
Photography DAVID WHITSON Designer STEPHEN BROWNSEY
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director colin cant
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* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
Miss Jane Arnold:
The Rev Glennie:
The News with tonight's Weather and Regional Magazines with Nick Ross , Sarah Kennedy and Sally Magnusson
News read by Moira Stuart
Countdown through Sixty Minutes
5.40 The News
5.55* Regional Magazines
6.38* Closing headlines
Tonight Russell's guests at the Greenwood Theatre, London, include Lower Crumpsall 's most famous son Mike Harding , who brings his own brand of story-telling to the programme. Music and chat with singer Barbara Dick son, plus Russell's usual collection of the unusual.
Director RON ISTED
Producer JON PLOWMAN Editor TOM GUTTERIDGE
Presented by Jill Cochrane , Nigel Farrell , Dr Michael O'Donnell This week including a new method of ensuring that schoolgirls are inoculated against German measles.
Producer Hilary HENSON
Assistant producer DAVID THOMAS Studio director julie HARRUP Editor DICK gilung
Bobby Doesn't Live Here Anymore
A triumphant Bobby Wheeler returns to the Sunshine Cab Company to announce that he's landed a role in a new TV series, but Louie - in his own charming way - puts a damper on the celebrations.
Written by GLEN AND LES CHARLES Directed by JAMES BURROWS
Starring as the staff and students of New York's celebrated dream factory, The High School for the Performing Arts:
Gonna Learn How to Fly (part 2)
While Shorofsky searches for a way of keeping Bruno at school, the intense rivalry between the new and the old students comes to a head. For Doris, a new school term brings its own set of problems....
Written by WILLIAM BLINN Directed by BILL CAXTON
with John Pitman
Six love stories about six very different couples people in the public eye and the partners who share their private lives.
3: Gillian and Peter Gillian Lynne , top theatre director and choreographer of Cats, is 52. Her husband Peter Land , an actor, is 30. They met and fell in love when she staged the musical My Fair Lady in which Peter played the juvenile lead. When Peter proposed, Gillian was hesitant: 'I thought he should be made fully aware of all the drawbacks - like the fact that I wouldn't be able to give him children.' But they did marry three years ago and are very happy, despite all the sceptics who said it just couldn't work.
At the moment Gillian is the main breadwinner because Peter is still struggling to make the big time: 'But as far as I'm concerned - and it's difficult to convince him-our family is a business. And therefore it's family money. All of it.'
Photography MIKE RADFORD
Film editor CHRISTINE GARNER
Series producer EDWARD MIRZOEFF Director LAURA GAVSHON
Introduced by Harry Carpenter
The top events and stories in sport, including tonight:
Boxing from the Royal Albert Hall , London Top of the bill this evening is the light-middleweight show-down between Nick Wilshire and Jimmy Cable for the vacant British title. The two men produced a thrilling contest last May when Cable, after being knocked down twice, came back to win on points-Wilshire's only defeat in 27 fights as a professional.
Commentator HARRY CARPENTER
Highlights of England's second one-day international against New Zealand in Wellington.
Plus news and reports of all tonight's football matches.
Boxing BOB DUNCAN ; Cricket TVNZ Producer ROGER MOODY Editor JOHN ROWUNSON
A miscellany of vocals, instrumentals and music to satisfy any particular mood. Singer-songwriter Labi Siffre features some contemporary material, as well as his outstanding chart successes 'It must be love', and 'Crying, laughing, loving, lying'.
Special guests Flairck- instrumentalists from Holland.
Director TONY WOLFE Producer DAVID weir
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