SURINDER KOCHAR talks to BEGUM ALI ARSHAD and BEGUM WAJAHAT LATIF, chairman and general secretary respectively of the UK branch of APWA (All Pakistan Women's Association), about the activities and services of their organisation.
HISMANSU GOSWAMI sings a Bengali folk song and the WEST LONDON LOHANA COMMUNITY DANCERS present a ras.
Producer YOUSUF AZIZ
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
Introduced by James Cameron
The rediscovered film of amateur cameramen and home movie makers of the 20s and 30s.
The owner of a Nottingham factory that turned out lace-making machinery before the war used his movie camera to record not just his family life and holidays at Skegness, but also rare scenes on the shop floor and on a works' outing with his employees.
Series producer DAVID COLLISON Presented by PAUL JORDAN
with Janet Leigh, Wendell Corey
Janet Leigh is Connie, a war widow devoted to her small son, Timmy. Wendell Corey is Carl, the solid man she intends to marry in order to achieve security. Mitchum is the California drifter in Christmas-time New York, who comes into their lives and proceeds to woo Connie through her little boy's desire for a train set...
Produced and directed by:
A series of 12 programmes by BOB BLOCK
7: Hazel turns into a tortoise, Nadia turns into an elephant, the Horse turns into a centaur, Claypole turns into a genius and an evening out with the Perkins turns into chaos, custard pies and catastrophe! and the Pantomime Horse
Incidental music JONATHAN COHEN Designer MARTIN COLLINS
Producer JEREMY SWAN
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Hazel the McWitch:
by J. MEADE FALKNER dramatised in six parts by GEORGE DAY 5: John and Elzevir travel to Holland to sell the diamond. When it is stolen from them by an unscrupulous dealer they break into his house in a desperate attempt to get it back.
Stunt man TIM CONDREN
Fight arranger STUART FELL
Make-up supervisor DAPHNE CROKER Costume designer GILLY MARTIN Designer STEPHEN BROWNSEY
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director colin CANT
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National and international news read by Moira Stuart.
Sixty Minutes reporters:
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FRAN MORRISON , PATTI COLDWELL LAURIE MAYER , JOHN MOUNTFORD
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Presented by Jill Cochrane , Nigel Farrell and Dr Michael O'Donnell The way we live, the food we eat, the doctors we visit, all affect our health. This weekly magazine brings stories from the world of health-care to help you and your family keep fit and feel better. Among this week's stories: How a village is fighting to keep its health clinic.
Producer HILARY HENSON
Assistant producer DAVID THOMAS Studio director JUUE HARRUP Editor DICK GILLING
For further information please send an sae to: Medical Express, BBC Television Centre. London [Postcode removed]
Written by John Wyndham
A six-part adaptation by Douglas Livingstone
Starring John Duttine as Bill Masen with Maurice Colbourne as Jack Coker, David Swift as Beadley and Emma Relph as Jo
Bill and Jo try to find refuge from the panic-stricken streets of London and the danger of the triffids...
Debbie Allen as Lydia Grant
Rules Bruno 's love affair with student-teacher Lisa Connors , causes consternation among some of the faculty. Meanwhile another romance appears to be blossoming - between Miss Sherwood and Quentin Morloch !
Written by VIRGINIA ALDRIDGE Directed by MARC DANIELS
with John Pitman
Last of six love stories about people in the public eye and the partners who share their private lives. Victor and Marilyn
Since 1971 Victor Lownes , the 55-year-old former boss of Playboy, has had an on-off affair with retired bunny Marilyn Cole , 20 years younger. For the past two years, however, they have been faithful and now there is even talk of marriage (remember, you read it here first).
For Marilyn, who used to work at the Co-op in Portsmouth, it's a bit like a modern Cinderella story. An estate in Hertfordshire, a house in Chelsea and a millionaire who keeps her in a style to which she wasn't accustomed.
Life is a cabaret for the girl who made history as the first full frontal centre-fold. The future, too, looks bright. Victor recently changed his will. 'I thought about my responsibility to Marilyn - so she is now an heiress.' Does she ever feel like a kept woman? 'Oh no, I don't.' says Marilyn, 'he doesn't give me enough money ...'
Series researcher PAT HOLLAND Photography NIGEL MEAKIN Film editor david GLADWELL
Series producer EDWARD MIRZOEFF Director MAGGIE BROOKES
Introduced by Harry Carpenter
World Figure Skating Championships from Ottawa
The 1984 European and Olympic champions
Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean begin the defence of their world ice dance title tomorrow. Victory in the Canadian capital would complete a famous treble, achieved in the space of just ten weeks. BARRY DAVIES assesses the task ahead of them. The Italian Job
Football's first world super league has arrived - in Italy. While English football suffers, Italian crowds are booming - thanks to the imported skills of Zico, Falcao, Platini, Brady and Francis. Now the likes of Robson, Hoddle and Strachan are being tempted to leave Britain. TONY GUBBA reports from Italy.
Cricket: Pakistan v England
Highlights of the final day's play in the Third Test in Lahore.
Television presentation: Skating JIM RESIDE
Football GRAHAM MAUGHAN Producer ROGER MOODY Editor JOHN ROWLINSON
From the Hammersmith Palais, London Ray Moore introduces the second programme featuring the finalists of the United Kingdom Ballroom Championships. Tonight couples compete for the Amateur Modern and Professional Latin American titles, to the music of ROSS MITCHELL AND HIS BAND. Professional assessment of the competition from ex-World Champions ALAN FLETCHER and RICHARD CLEAVE.
Directed by TIM MARSHALL Produced by KEN GRIFFIN
(A Mecca promotion in conjunction with BADA and the Bottlers of Coca-Cola)
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