6.20 Minerals Under the Microscope
6.45 Porphyry Copper Deposits
7.10 Canal and Harbour Modelling
7.35 Rail Electrification
8.0 Data Transmission Networks
8.28 Chemistry: Caffeine Project
A See-Saw programme
Jesus: His Life and Teaching The Meaning of the Resurrection
What are we to make of the resurrection of Jesus? Supposing something extraordinary happened - what does it mean? What does it imply for the world in which it happened-and for men and women everywhere? from Toft Methodist Church, Cambridge
Speaker THE REV WHITFIELD FOY Organist KEITH FOREMAN
Introduced by RAYMOND SHORT
Bible readings: Acts 2, vv 22-24, 32-33, 36-39; Acts 9, vv 1-6; with I Corinthians 15, vv 3-10a Hymns: Good Christian men, rejoice and sing! (Vulpius); Lord of the dance (trad): Christ is alive! Let Christians sing (Truro): The head that once was crowned with thorns (St Magnus)
Sound JOHN CAULFIELD Lighting GEORGE JAKINS Director ELIZABETH GORT
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
'United States laws on immigration are very complex and time-consuming. In certain cases it may be necessary to engage an attorney who has the ability to interpret the rules....'
This extract is from the recently published book Destination USA, a guide to Asians on US immigration. ifti-KHAR ARIF talks to author K. K. SINGH. News and views from the community, and a group of young Asians talk about employment and career matters.
Producer BISH MEHAY
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
Eight programmes based on excerpts from French-speaking TV networks. 2: Switzerland with a Difference
Research JANE COTTAVE
Production SUSAN PATON
The first of five films for those concerned with health and safety at work. 1: Noise
Commentary by DENNIS WATERMAN
Producer ROBERT CLAMP
For background notes send sae to Working for Safety, BBCtv, London [Postcode removed]
A further series of nine programmes Narrator DEREK COOPER
3:Die and Investment Casting
Film editor PETER RINGSTED
Producer BRIAN DAVIES
Notes from the Technician Education Council, Central House, Upper Woburn Place, London WCl OHH
A series of nine programmes
3: Cream, Ice Cream and Yoghurt
Director PAULA GILDER
Producer PETER RIDING
Part 3 book, £4.25 and Complete Cookery Course, £10.95 from booksellers
• COOKING WITH DELIA: page 73
A series of nine programmes 8: Keep it Together
TONY BUZAN shows how to apply all techniques discussed so far.
Director IAN ROSENBLOOM
Producer NANCY THOMAS
Book (same title) 93.95 from booksellers
IAN MCNAUGHT-DAVIS examines various 'stand-alone' applications in the second of six programmes about office technology.
2: The Stand-alone Micro
Production MIKE COCKER , DAVID ALLEN
with PHILIP WRIXON
DAN CHERRINGTON , JAMES GLADSTONE
Producers PHILIP hicks , KEN POLLOCK Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
Weather for farmers JIM BACON
A series of six programmes 1: The Crowdpullers
Produced by TONY MATTHEWS Directed by STEPHEN MOSS
For notes send a large sae (with 21p stamp) to Sparks, BBCtv, London [Postcode removed]
Burt Lancaster , Clark Gable
Having lost his own submarine during a raid on Japan's Bungo Straits, Cmdr 'Rich' Richardson assumes control of the USS Nerka - and incurs the resentment of his executive officer Lt Bledsoe, who had anticipated command of the vessel. Once at sea, Richardson defies his orders and heads once more for the infamous Bungo Straits, 'graveyard of submarines'.
Screenplay by JOHN GAY from the novel by CMDR EDWARD L. BEACH Produced by HAROLD HECHT Directed by ROBERT WISE
Films: page 14
Lt Jim Bledsoe:
An opportunity to preview some of this year's entries in the Eurovision Song Contest to be held on 5 May in Luxemburg.
Introduced by Terry Wogan
Presented by STANLEY APPEL
by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT starring and featuring and Monsoon Madness
Lofty is being affected by the heat and he decides that either he or the Sergeant-Major must die.
Director BOB SPIERS
Producer DAVID CROFT
Char wallah Muhammed:
Punka wallah Rumzan:
by SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE dramatised in four episodes by ALEXANDER BARON , starring
1: A mysterious death in Devonshire, the terrifying legend of a ghostly hound, and a new client for Mr Sher lock Holmes - assisted of course by his friend Dr Watson....
Music composed, conducted by CARL DAVIS Producer BARRY LETTS
Director PETER DUGUID
Sir Arthur Conan
A series of eight programmes with Sheila Walsh , Kajagoogoo, Jesse Dixon and his Band and the C.O.G.I.C. Gospel Choir
In America gospel music is big business and as much a part of mainstream music as rock 'n' roll. Here in Britain it is still in its infancy, but rapidly gaining a large following. One of the singers responsible for the upsurge is SHEILA WALSH , a former missionary who now offers her message in song! Tonight, as well as singing, she talks to top pop group KAJAGOOGOO about the effect Christianity has had on them and JESSE DIXON , one of the greatest gospel stars, who sings some of his own chart-topping numbers. Lighting MIKE JEFFERIES Sound TONY PHILPOTT Editor JIM MURRAY
0 FEATURE: page 10
with Jan Leeming Weatherman
This week: Aberdeen
Hugh Scully and leading art and antiques experts discuss treasured possessions brought in for opinion.
Aberdeen is the farthest north the roadshow has travelled. Today it's an oil capital although its roots are in seafaring, as reflected in several of the objects brought along -the most unusual a pair of decorated whale's ears!
Director DAVID MITCHELL Producer ROBIN DRAKE BBC Bristol
with Thora Hird
It has become quite a tradition for Songs of Praise viewers to write to Thora at this time of year, requesting their favourite hymns. For this first programme of the new series, Thora reads the letters choosing hymns for Eastertide; and makes a surprise visit to Widecombe Church on Dartmoor to find the children making their Easter garden.
Thine be the glory (Maccabaeus); Lord Jesus Christ (Living Lord); Oh happy day; 0 love how deep, how broad, how high (Eisenbach); I serve a risen Saviour; At the name of Jesus (Evelyns); All glory, laud and honour! (St Theodulph); The old rugged cross; To God be the glory Director JULIAN BRISCOE Producer ELIZABETH GORT
by ROY CLARKE starring Bill Owen
Peter Sallis , Brian Wilde in The Great Boarding-House Bathroom Caper
Designer JEREMY BEAR
Produced by SYDNEY LOTTERBY
Tonight the cream of this year's entry to BBC Television's music competition-a pianist, a wind player, a string player and a brass player-compete for the title and a place in the 'Eurovision Young Musician of the Year' competition in Geneva on 22 May.
Humphrey Burton introduces the four finalists from the Free Trade Hall in Manchester with Bryden Thomson conducting the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra leader DENNIS SIMONS
Sound ROY BRADSHAW
Lighting GEORGE NORTON Producer HELEN MORTON
Series producer ROY TIPPING Director DAVID BUCKTON
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
starring Anne Bancroft
Dustin Hoffman , Katharine Ross
Shortly after graduating from college, Benjamin Braddock returns home and discovers a new 'tutor' in the attractive form of Mrs Robinson. Twice his age and worldly-wise, the alcoholic Mrs R decides that Benjamin needs instruction in more physical matters after his intellectual struggles ...
A witty script, memorable Paul Simon songs and fine central performances from Bancroft and Hoffman (in his screen debut) helped make this one of the greatest box office successes.
Screenplay by CALDER WILLINGHAM and BUCK HENRY based on the novel by CHARLES WEBB Produced by LAWRENCE TURMAN
Directed by MIKE Nichols. Films: page 14
Miss de Witt:
New Life for Solar Max
In February 1980 the Americans launched an important artificial satellite - Solar Max, designed to study the sun. After nine months it developed serious faults. Recently a daring rescue mission was mounted to capture and repair it.
Patrick Moore describes this remarkable feat, and explains why Solar Max is so important.
Producer pieter MORPURGO