A See -Saw programme Life Gets Everywhere
On rocky cliffs, at the very bottom of the sea, even in the hottest desert, there is life - if you look closely.
Music and narration by DEREK GWFFTTHS
Written and produced by MICHAEL COLE
Gary Bond , Tom Hewitt ,
Squirt and ACACIAS PRIMARY
SCHOOL CHOIR with stories and songs of harvest and harvesters....
Script editor NOEL VINCENT Director CELIA THOMSON Producer MARTIN HUGHES
Executive producer DAVID BROWN BBCManchester
The International Garden
Festival at Liverpool has been a dazzling success - the biggest event staged in the UK since the 1951 Festival of Britain. In a film report from the Festival a look at India's contribution - a garden based on Mogul design.
The transplantation of organs is now almost an everyday affair. In another film report a consultant nephrologist in Manchester talks about kidney disease, and two sisters, one a donor, the other the recipient, relate their experiences.
Sarina Yasmin sings a Bengali song.
Producer KRISHAN GOULD
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
A celebration of God's gifts at harvest time in an open-air service on a farm at the edge of the Derbyshire Dales.
Members of local churches are joined by the ASHBOURNE YOUNG FARMERS' CLUB in an act of thanksgiving for harvest, and prayer for the needs of others. Readings: Psalm 65, w 1-4, 9-13 John 12, w 23-25; Matthew 6, w 25-34; 1 John 3, w 13-23
Hymns: For the beauty of the earth; We plough the fields and scatter: God, whose farm is all creation; 0 Lord of heaven and earth and sea; To you 0 Lord our hearts we raise THE ASHBOURNE TOWN BAND Director ARTHUR CHADWICK
THE CHOIR OF QUEEN ELIZABETH S SCHOOL, ASHBOURNE
Choirmaster TONY WESTERMAN Prayers: THE REV PETER BOWLES Preacher: DR PAM GOODE of Salford University Institute of Environmental Studies and a former Agricultural Missionary. Introduced by THE REV PETER BROOKS
Assistant producer SIMON HAMMOND Producer NOEL VINCENT
An MGM cartoon directed by TEX AVERY
A Visit to Upright
In Upright, Nevada, Little Joe and Hoss buy a saloon business. When word gets out that there is a hidden treasure on the property, offers begin to come in thick and fast.
Written by JOSEPH BONADUCE Directed by WILLIAM wiard
The Suntory World Matchplay Championship The Final
The past winners of this great event read like a Who's Who of golf: Arnold Palmer , Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus , Hale Irwin , Severiano Ballesteros and Greg Norman are some whose names appear on the famous trophy. Today another will be added, with a reward of £45,000.
HARRY CARPENTER introduces the closing stages of the morning round at the West Course at Wentworth.
Commentators PETER alliss
CLIVE CLARK , BRUCE CRITCHLEY
ALEX HAY and MARK MCCORMACK Producers
RICHARD TILLING and ALASTAIR SCOTT Executive producer HAROLD ANDERSON
with Philip Wrixon
Dan Cherrington , Barry Wilson Producers
PHILIP HICKS , KEN POLLOCK
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
1.23 Weather for farmers
A series of five programmes with Geoffrey Smith
3: Raspberries and Other Berries
Series producer PETER RIDING
Producer BRIAN DAVIES
The Suntory World Matchplay Championship
Further coverage from Wentworth Golf Club
with Robert Lacey
Six films on the noble families of Europe.
France: The Marquis de Ganay Surrounded by cascades, fountains and lakes of natural spring water, the Chateau of Courances is one of the most beautiful in France. It's been the home of the de Ganay family for 100 years. But now President Mitterand's wealth tax has forced the Ganays to open their home to the public. Series producer JOHN BIRD Producer RUTH JACKSON
For Canadians 1984 has been a year of reminiscence, with memories galore as the population celebrated a whole series of anniversaries.
It's 450 years since the French explorer Jacques Cartier discovered the St Lawrence river, 200 years since the thousands of British 'loyalists' fled north to settle there after the American War of Independence, 150 years since the city of Toronto was founded. In the first part of their Canadian tour HM The Queen and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh have been attending some of the celebrations to mark these significant dates in Canada's past. Reporter Kate Adie
Chief picture editor GEOFF HALE Produced by GORDON CARR A BBCtv News special (Part 2: next Sunday)
with Jan Leeming Weatherman
Dramatised in seven parts by ALAN PLATER , from The Warden and Barchester Towers byANTHONY TROLLOPE
1: Mr Harding , the gentle and respected warden of Hiram's Hospital and close friend of the bishop, is destined to be at the centre of a scandal....
Music composed and conducted by DEREK BOURGEOIS , with the CHOIR OF PETERBOROUGH CATHEDRAL Producer JONATHAN POWELL Directed by DAVID GILES
David Bellamy visits the tiny village of Stoneleigh at the heart of England, which has now given its name to the huge National Agricultural
Centre where visitors come to see the latest farming methods demonstrated. Among the people he talks to are farmer's wife Renee Adcock , who has already seen this year's harvest gathered in, and workers at the centre. People from the local villages come together in the ancient parish church of St Mary to sing their favourite harvest hymns. Come, ye thankful people, come
(St George); Reap me the earth as a harvest to God; Praise, 0 praise our God and King (Monkland); Good Christian men, rejoice and sing! (Gelobt sei Gott); We plough the fields (Wir pflugen); Morning has broken (Bunessan): All things praise thee (Te laudant omnia): Immortal, invisible (St Denio) Conductor SUSAN SPENCER Organist PETER ANTROBUS Directors
CHRISTOPHER MANN , DIANE REID Producer MICHAEL SHOESMITH
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Starring George C. Scott Ali McGraw
Sixteen years after the disappearance of his only son during the Chinese cultural revolution, Burton Allen, a widowed American businessman, embarks on a solitary odyssey to locate his son's remains. Allen's search plunges him into a tangled web of intrigue and danger that stretches from Canton to Macao, to the sinister back alleys of Hong Kong, and into an unexpected romance with the remarkable woman who shares his adventure.
George C. Scott stars as the businessman in this finely-executed adventure-thriller shot largely on location in Hong Kong and Macao.
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A comedy film adapted from his novel by ROY CLARKE starring Bill Owen
Peter Sallis. Brian Wilde with Lynda Baron , John Comer Jane Freeman , Joe Gladwin
Olive Pendleton , Peter Russell and Kathy Staff
In answer to his one last request, Compo, Clegg and Foggy reluctantly sneak Sam out of his invalid bed for a final frolic with Lily-Bless-Her. Then - with an unthinking lack of gratitude and a smile on his face - Sam becomes far more trouble dead than alive.... Music
RONNIE HAZLEHURST Designer TIM GLEESON
Produced and directed by ALAN J. W. BELL (Repeal) *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
'Our kid' Colin:
with Jan Leeming Weatherman
with Humphrey Burton This week:
The Bristol Showboat Saga The story starts in the summer of 1982, when three houseboat-owning neighbours in Chertsey dreamed up a scheme to launch a floating theatre-restaurant and sail it into Bristol Docks.
Vivian Stanshall (founder- member of The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band), his wife Pamela (poet), and Peter Jackson (engineer) were the instigators, and with a bank m loan their dream became reality,
For two years Omnibus filmed the progress of the enterprise from Sunderland (where a German-built coaster was found and bought) to Bristol, where the Old Profanity
Showboat opened its doors to the public in May 1984.
En route they recruited further crew members. Some failed to stay the course. The vessel encountered many rocks and reefs - mechanical, financial, emotional. And the journey's not over yet ...
Music by MIKE RATLEDGE and KARL JENKINS (courtesy of Thorn EMI) Film editor RICHARD SEEL Producer TONY STAVEACRE Editor IAN SQUIRES
The Fourth Stage
E. R. Sethuram is a successful newspaper editor in southern
India. Approaching retirement, he is more and more attracted by the Hindu tradition of 'Sannyas' - renouncing the pleasures of life, leaving behind family, friends and all worldly possessions, to become a wandering monk. But how will his family react? And does he really want to embrace poverty and anonymity?
Everyman follows Sethuram as he wrestles with his decision, from his home in Bangalore, via a remote monastery in the hills, to the banks of the Ganges.
'In India, old age has always been a time for spiritual journeys. Not a time for just ruminating on the past, but something more challenging - new beginning.' Film editor TERRY GABELL
Producer DAVID M. THOMPSON