Gary Bond , Linda Nolan and Rani Singh with stories and songs that show how things aren't always what they seem....
Script editor NOEL VINCENT
Director CELIA THOMSON
Producer MARTIN HUGHES
Executive producer DAVID BROWN
Half an hour in which viewers are invited to join with each other in meditation and prayer. Today's speaker is Deaconess Margaret Cundiff. Her theme: The Unchanging God. She speaks from her front room in a village near Selby, a North Yorkshire mining town much troubled by change.
Old Testament reading: Isaiah 40, w 28-31
Gospel: St Luke 24, w 44-49
Hymn for meditation: Great is thy faithfulness
Studio director JOHN HARMAR-SMITH Producer NOEL VINCENT
Series producer ELIZABETH GORT
The film Ardh Satya (Half
Truth) was a milestone in the Bombay cinema industry for its originality and realism. Today's studio guest, actor
Om Puri , who plays a major role in the award-winning ' film, discusses his career witn Ashok Rampal.
Nahid Niazi entertains with a ghazal.
Producer BISH MEHAY
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
One of the most daring and ingenious operations of World War II was the bombing of the Moehne and Eder dams. This famous British film tells the story of the two men - Wing Commander Guy Gibson and Dr Barnes Wallis - who master-minded the raid with a unique combination of skill, courage and scientific expertise.
Screenplay by R. c SHERIFF
Based on the book by PAUL BRICKBILL and on WG CDR GIBSON 's own account in Enemy Coast Ahead Produced by ROBERT CLARK
Directed by MICHAEL ANDERSON
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Wg Cdr Guy Gibson:
Dr B N Wallis:
Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Harris:
Capt Joseph (Mutt) Summers:
Air Vice-Marshal The Hon Ralph Cochrane:
Gp Capt J N H Whitworth:
Official, National Physical Laboratory:
Fit Lt R D Trevor-Roper:
Fit Lt R E G Hutchison:
Fg Off F M Spafford:
Fit Lt A T Taerum:
Fit Sgt J Pulford:
Fg Off G A Deering:
Sqn Ldr H M Young:
with Robert Lacey
First of six films on the noble families of Europe.
England: The Duke of Westminster
Shooting, fishing, fast cars, helicopters - the way of life of Gerald Grosvenor , Sixth Duke of Westminster, at 31 one of the richest men in England. Robert Lacey talks to the young Duke and his wife
Natalia- godmother to HRH Prince William of Wales. He visits their two stately homes and asks how this privileged young couple see their role as aristocrats today.
A glossy look at a glossy lifestyle
Series producer JOHN BIRD Producer RUTH JACKSON
The last of six films in which people reflect upon the faith they practise and explain how it helps them to live in Britain today.
Tony Bayfield looks back to the time when he was the Rabbi of a Reform Synagogue in Weybridge, Surrey. Film editor DAVID ELLIOTT
Series producer INGRID DUFFELL
by CHARLES DICKENS dramatised in ten episodes by JAMES ANDREW HALL
9: Mr Dombey and Edith have married, but there has been a growing coldness between them. Finally Dombey's criticisms of his wife's conduct have led to a serious quarrel.
Music composed and conducted by DUDLEY SIMPSON
Producer BARRY LETTS
Director RODNEY BENNETT *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Polly Toodle (Richards):
appeals on behalf of the Child Growth Foundation (reg no 274325)
The Child Growth Foundation assists children who fail to grow, or grow too much. Of the thousands of pupils returning to school this month at least a third will be denied essential growth checks. This evening you are asked to help towards making these possible.
Please send your donations, preferably by crossed PO or cheque, to: [address removed]. Or ring [address removed] for donations using your credit card.
A series of five films with Joe Brown and Agnes Gattegno and featuring Antoine Tudal 4: Joe Brown goes shopping, and discovers that some
French words are not quite what they seem. He also pays a visit to the casino in Biarritz - to brush up on his numbers.
Film editor LUIS ESPANA
Produced by TERRY DOYLE
Written and directed by FRANK ASH
The village of Clifton sits on the edge of the Avon Gorge, just ten minutes walk from
Bristol's city centre. It is best known for Brunei's famous suspension bridge, built over 100 years ago, and more recently for its Roman
Catholic Cathedral of St Peter and St Paul, the newest cathedral in Britain, where
Christians from the area have come together to sing their favourite hymns.
Cliff Michelmore comes to Clifton to hear about the wedding that almost didn't take place. Granville and Sandra Sykes postponed their engagement when Granville contracted cancer and entered hospital for extensive treatment. He tells the amazing story of how God sustained him through his darkest hours.
Christ is made the sure foundation (Westminster Abbey); God is love, let heaven adore him (Abbot's
Leigh); Lord. for tomorrow and its needs (Providence); Jesus Christ you sacrificed; Great is thy faithfulness; When I survey the wondrous cross (Rockingham); Let all mortal flesh keep silence (Picardy); Thy hand, 0 God, has guided (Thornbury);
Conductor CHRISTOPHER WALKER Researcher LELIA GUINERY-GREEN Producer ERNEST REA
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Bristol
The staff of Grace Brothers take a package holiday on the Costa Plonka. Determined to make the best of their woefully inadequate accommodation, the holiday-makers hope for an exciting fortnight of sunshine and romance. Unfortunately it proves just a little too exciting....
Based on the famous BBC television comedy series Screenplay by JEREMY LLOYD , DAVID CROFT
Produced by ANDREW MITCHELL Directed by BOB KELLETT
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Young Mr Grace:
This slapstick tribute to the famous 30s series opens in Hawaii where Charlie Chan unmasks the Dragon Queen as the killer of his son's prospective father-in-law.
Years later in San Francisco where his Chinese-Jewish grandson, Lee Jr, is also practising as a private detective, Grandpa Charlie is called in by the police to solve a series of bizarre murders....
Screenplay by STAN BURNS , DAVID AXELROD Produced by JERRY SHERLOCK Directed by CUVE DONNER
(First showing on British television)
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the Dragon Queen:
Lee Chan Jr:
Hawaiian Chief of Police:
Lee Chan Sr:
Tonight Humphrey Burton presents The Quest for Reginald Goodall
The first television portrait of one of Britain's finest conductors, now 83 and one of the greatest living interpreters of Wagner. Yet until he was 67 virtually nobody outside the operatic profession knew his name, and even within the opera world he was thought of as a back-room boy, a coach rather than a conductor.
However, in 1968 came The Mastersingers at Sadler's
Wells, which Bernard Levin described as 'one of the most outstanding musical revelations of modern times'. The Ring followed at the English National Opera and 'Reggie' has become a legend in the opera world.
Taking part in this film is the Orchestra of the Welsh
National Opera, whom Goodall conducted for their recent production of The Valkyrie. Also taking part are:
MAISIE ALDRIDGE, JOAN CROSS
ANNE EVANS , SIR GERAINT EVANS THE REV JOHN GASKELL
LORD HAREWOOD, GWYNNE HOWELL PHILIP JOLL , DONALD MCINTYRE
SIR JOHN TOOLEY
Associate director HAZEL WRIGHT Videotape editor DEREK ORMAN Produced and directed by HUMPHREY BURTON Editor IAN SQUIRES
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The Rock That Doesn't Roll Cliff Richard became a Christian 20 years ago. At the time the pop pundits predicted that his conversion would lose him his following among young people - but today Cliff is more popular than ever.
In this Everyman profile Cliff Richard talks about the private side of his life, and the claims that Christian morality makes on his personal philosophy, lifestyle and sexual conduct. With performances from the Albert Hall and other gospel tours, this film sets out to explore the feelings, questions and beliefs behind Britain's biggest pop phenomenon.
Film cameraman KEITH HOPPER
Producer NORMAN STONE
Shells Around the Stars
Do other solar systems exist? Information from the infra-red astronomical satellite, IRAS, indicates that they may well do so. Many stars - some of them similar to our sun - have been found to be associated with what may be planet-forming material.
In this programme
Patrick Moore gives the latest result, and speculates as to their significance.
Producer PIETER MORPURGO
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