A See -Saw programme
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Asian women facing domestic difficulties are reluctant to seek help and guidance from advice centres. Binda Rai visited Southall to find out how the community has responded to the particular needs of such women and in a film report she talks to a victim of domestic violence, a Hindu preacher and a women's legal rights worker. Runa Laila entertains with a Punjabi song.
Producer YOUSUF AZIZ
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
How to avoid the perils of video playbacks in the classroom or youth club - and improve the chances of getting a good follow-up discussion.
Drama sketches with JON GLOVER Introduced by BILL PASQUERELLA Directed by CHRIS LENT
Produced by TONY MATTHEWS For background notes send sae to Hopefully This Video. BBCtv, London [Postcode removed]
French for beginners in a series of 15 programmes.
You don't need much French to get started. In this first programme Carolle Rousseau and Patrick Simpson-Jones show how to buy drinks and croissants and get tourist information.
They also take a look at the lively city of Grenoble, in the French Alps - the setting for the first ten programmes.
Book, Â£5.25, and readers' and teachers' notes from booksellers; cassettes or records from retailers
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Alan Rothwell , Mike Amatt and Deborah Appleby , with stories and songs about friends and friendships.... ' Script editor NOEL VINCENT Director CEL1A THOMSON Producer MARTIN HUGHES
Executive producer DAVID BROWN BBC Manchester
Today's speaker, live from her home in Sutton, Surrey, is The Rev. Myra Blyth. Her theme this morning is temptation. Epistle: James 1, v 13 to 14, V 12 Gospel: St Mark 1, w 12-13 Hymn: "Morning has broken" (Bunessan)
(Your letters to: This is the Day, [address removed])
A weekly magazine programme for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. News, views and entertainment, with subtitles and sign language.
Introduced by Maggie Woolley and Clive Mason
Produced by CHARLES PASCOE
Six films in which comics explore the roots of their humour.
1: Les Dawson 's Lanes Pawnbrokers, poverty, policemen and boxers - these are a few of Les's Collyhurst memories.
With Roy Barraclough Film editor DON CANDLlN
Producer PETER LEE-WRIGHT
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 4: Peaches
Series producer PETER RIDING
Producer BRIAN DAVIES
Today: Jet Pink
Pique Poquette of Paris and Tickled Pink
Theme by HENRY MANCINI
Introduced by Desmond Lynam
Motor Racing from the Nurburgring
The Grand Prix of Europe
When starter Ongaro gets the drivers going again in earnest it looks as though it will go down to the wire (if that means anything to you) at Fuengirola, Spain in two weeks, and the whisper. HUNT to WALKER, is LAUDA.
Racing from Longchamp
Prix de I'Arc de Triomphe
E200,000 for the first past the post. Will record-breaking
LESTER PIGGOTT win his fourth 'Arc'? Or will the French-trained filly Northern Trick become the sixth of her sex in succession to win?
Commentator PETER O'SULLEVAN
Show Jumping from Wembley Arena
The Horse of the Year Show
Bit like end of term, although the season's far from over. A few memories of the week's activities - pony club games, the Cavalcade, et al.
Commentators DAVID VINE
Television presentation: Show Jumping
Assistant editor Grandstand BRIAN BARWICK
Producer Grandstand MARTIN HOPKINS
Editor Grandstand JOHN PHILIPS
In the second part of their
Canadian tour, HM The Queen and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh were in Toronto and Winnipeg celebrating some of the country's many anniversaries this year. For
The Queen, there was a touch of nostalgia as she sailed in Britannia up the St Lawrence Seaway, which she herself opened in 1959 to link the Atlantic Ocean with the Great Lakes.
Reporter Kate Adie Chief picture editor GEOFF HALE
Produced by GORDON CARR A BBCtv News special
with Jan Leeming Weatherman
Dramatised in seven parts by ALAN PLATER from The Warden and Barchester Towers by ANTHONY TROLLOPE
2: Archdeacon Grantly has vigorously opposed the attacks of The Jupiter on the church in general and Mr Harding in particular. Although legally vindicated, Mr Harding , after much heart-searching, has come to believe John Bold is morally right. \
Music composed and conducted by DEREK BOURGEOIS
Producer JONATHAN POWELL Directed by DAVID GILES
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Coffee house waiter:
Sir Abraham Haphazard:
London's Euston is a place to hurry through: an area of railways and roads, of cheap hotels and down-at-heel housing, of office blocks and institutions. But for many people it's home, a place to care about and a place to live out their faith.
Rosemary Hartill takes a look at how the church copes in the city, and meets some of the local residents. Maria Smart has lived in the area for over 40 years. She tells Rosemary about the pleasure of coming back to church after a long absence caused by her divorce. John Gaffey talks about the pleasure he gets working at Euston Station, and children from Argyll School reflect on their different faiths. Together they sing their Songs of Praise with Christians from the churches of Euston and King's Cross, in New St Pancras Parish Church.
Fill your hearts with joy and gladness (Regent Square); When I survey the wondrous cross (Rockingham); Morning has broken (Bunessan); Godspell medley; Lord for tomorrow (Providence); When I needed a neighbour; Thy hand, 0 God, has guided (Thornbury); The day thou gavest (St Clement)
Based on The Lord God Made Them All by JAMES HERRIOT
Written by BRIAN FINCH starring
England, 1947. Demobbed from the army, James Herriot returns to his beloved
Yorkshire, to his wife and young son and the day-to-day dramas of a country veterinary practice.
Produced by BILL SELLARS
Directed by TERENCE DUDLEY (Repeal)
by John Sullivan
Starring Paul Nicholas and Jan Francis
Vince and Penny's story continues in this, the first episode of the second series. After the trauma of having their new flat vandalised they are now back at their respective family homes. The relationship, in the meantime, has become somewhat strained and distant, but Vince plucks up enough Dutch courage to visit the Warrenders' household.
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A ten-part serial, created by LAVINIA WARNER. 1: by JILL HYEM Rumours are rife and the women prepare for any eventuality.
Music composed by JAMES HARPHAM Script editor DEVORA POPE Lighting PETER CATLETT Designer KEN LEDSHAM
Producer KEN RIDDlNGTON Director JEREMY SUMMERS
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Mrs Van Meyer:
Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
Presented by Humphrey Burton Tonight: images sacred and prophane.
How do you paint a portrait of someone who is both man and God, someone of whom there is no written description? Did he have blond hair or black, brown eyes or blue? Problems like these have confronted every artist trying to depict
The Face of Christ. The results have been diverse, from Christ the Emperor to Christ the peasant. Tonight, the art critic Waldemar Januszczak reassesses Western civilisation's most potent image. Meanwhile in the secular world Omnibus encounters make-up artist Paul Gobel and photographer David Bailey as they use human faces not as subjects but as canvases on which to create their own startling effects. Researchers
CAROLINE DRUM, KIT HESKETH-HARVEY Producers
BOB LOCKYER , JILL MARSHALL Editor IAN SQUIRES
Mother Angelica is a 60-year-old Franciscan nun.
Tired of complaining about the violence and materialism of American television she has set up the world's first Roman Catholic satellite-linked cable television network from her tiny convent in Alabama.
'God is looking for people who can do the ridiculous so that he can do the miraculous, and, believe me, 13 nuns in television is ridiculous.' Film editor MICHAEL ALOOF
Producer WILLIAM NICHOLSON