A See -Saw programme Home is a Hole
'Home is a hole to a badger or vole'-and when birds build or weave their nest they always leave a hole to come in and go out of. Voice and music
FUm editor DAVID PYGRAM Written and produced by MICHAEL COLE
Five films aimed at the parents of children with a mental handicap.
3: What Every Child Needs All parents now have the right to be consulted about their child's education. Making the right choice means testing the qualities of individual schools against parents' aims and expectations.
Commentary Brian Rix ,
Secretary-General, MENCAP Film editor ROGER GUERTIN
Producer ROBERT CLAMP
Developing the principles explained in Series 1 and showing in more detail what micros can do and how to use them.
8: Everything Under Control
How can the computer make sense of what is going on around it and control motors and switches so that it seems to be doing something intelligent? With Ian McNaught-Davis
Materials and equipment are available in association with the series. For details write to
[address removed] The Computer Book, Â£6.75 from booksellers
Book and software for the Model B computer, Â£12.95 from booksellers and software dealers
The Race Relations Committee of the Senate of the Inns of Court and the Bar has acknowledged that black barristers suffer racial discrimination. Binda Rai discusses the findings of the Committee with one of its members and a barrister.
Rubeena Mustafa entertains with a multani kafi.
BBC Pebble Mill
Jeebaner Jonye Bhasha
A version in Bengali of the film Languages for Life, taken from the earlier
Multi-Cultural Education series. Britain has many groups of people whose first language is not English, and this film sets out the case for more 'mother-tongue' and 'community languages' teaching within the curriculum of British schools. It is shown with English subtitles.
Producer JOHN twitchin
French for beginners in the ninth of 15 programmes.
Whether it's le jogging or le rugby, Carolle Rousseau and Patrick Simpson-Jones show how to talk about the sports you enjoy. And they follow the progress of the French team at the World Boules Championships.
Studio director MARY SPRENT Producer DAVID WILSON
Book £5.25, two cassettes or three records, and teachers' notes E2.50 from booksellers
Application forms for the achievement test should reach local Adult Education test centres by 31 December
for the first Sunday of Advent from the Old Parish Church, Peebles conducted by The Rev Andrew P. Lees Preacher
THE REV DAVID C. MACFARLANE Lessons: Romans 13, w 7-12 St Luke 21, vv 25-33
Praise: Hark the glad sound (Crediton)
Christ is coming (Neander) Love divine (Hyfrydol)
Organist and choirmaster IAIN CRUIKSHANKS
Television presentation MICHAEL A. SIMPSON BBC Scotland
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
Sign language interpretation by John Lee
Produced by CHARLES PASCOE
with Philip Wrixon Dan Cherrington
Producer KEN POLLOCK
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
BBC video (BBCV/B 9009) from retailers
1.2 pm News Summary David Dimbleby looks behind the headlines in conversation with distinguished guests.
Including a major political interview, a chance to catch up on the Sunday papers and an airing for a view which is contentious or unfashionable.
Plus a look at the week of a leading personality as seen through their eyes.
Studio director VICTOR MELLENEY Editor PAUL NORMS
Joseph Cooper invites you to match your musical wits against Dorothy Tutin Richard Baker
The Rt Hon Denis Healey MP Guest musician Jorge Bolet with Brian Rayner Cook (baritone)
Designer STEPHEN SHARRATT Sound ADRIAN STOCKS
Lighting DEREK HOBDAY Producer PETER BUTLER Director HELEN MORTON
The Coral United Kingdom Championship from the Guild Hall, Preston The Final
ALEX HIGGINS beat STEVE DAVIS last year by one frame in one of the most exciting finals ever seen. This year they have been seeded to meet in the final once again. Over the last few years the up-and-coming players have produced many upsets and if the seedings are proved correct, this will be the first tournament in which the top two have reached the final. What is certain is that the Preston Guild Hall will be packed and the tension will be mounting as DAVID VINE introduces coverage of the penultimate session.
Commentators TED LOWE
JACK KARNEHM , and CLIVE EVERTON
Summariser JIM MEADOWCROFT Television presentation
KEITH MACKENZIE. MIKE ADLEY PETER HAYWARD
Executive producer NICK HUNTER
by ANTHONY HOPE dramatised in six episodes by JAMES ANDREW HALL
3: Rudolf Rassendyll has succeeded in 'standing-in' for King Rudolf at his coronation. Now a terrible discovery awaits him at the hunting lodge....
Music composed and conducted by PAUL LEWIS
Make-up designer ELIZABETH ROWELL
Script editor TERRANCE DICKS Designer PAUL JOEL
Producer BARRY LETTS
Director LEONARD LEWIS
Rudolf Rassendyll/King Rudolf:
Rupert of Hentzau:
Fritz von Tarlenheim:
Antoinette de Mauban:
appeals on behalf of Guideposts Trust (reg no 272619)
Guideposts Trust provides accommodation and support to enable mentally-handicapped and ex-psychiatric patients to live a more independent life. For many this is their only hope of being cared for outside an institution.
Guideposts needs help to meet the huge demand for hostels and homes.
Donations, preferably by crossed cheque or PO, to: [address removed]
Moira Stuart ; Weatherman
from Peebles, a historical county town straddling the Tweed in the beautiful
Scottish Borders. Ian Gall calls in at the oldest inhabited house in Scotland, talks to Jimmy Harris , manager of the Animal Breeding and Research
Organisation, and meets Ian and Mary Poppit , who started a greetings card business two years ago.
Congregations from the local churches gather in the Old Parish Church to sing their Advent hymns of praise.
0 come. o come Emmanuel (Veni Emmanuel); The Lord will come (Montrose); Jesus calls us (
St Andrew); I to the hills will lift mine eyes (French); Behold the mountain of the Lord (Glasgow); Far round the world (Dunblane Cathedral); Mine eyes have seen the glory (Battle Hymn); Before the day draws near its ending (Sunset) Conductor ROBERT LENNOX Organist IAIN CRUIKSHANKS Film director MIKE JACKSON Producer MICHAEL A. SIMPSON
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Scotland
by JOHN ESMONDE and BOB LARBEY starring Richard Briers Penelope Wilton Peter Egan with Stanley Lebor Geraldine Newman
Studio sound PETER BARVILLE Studio lighting BRIAN CLEMETT Designer TOM YARDLEY-JONES Produced and directed by SYDNEY LOTTERBY
A series in ten episodes 7: Video Man written by GAWN GRAINGER
Henry Diamond take the day off. But is Robby's new business all it appears to be?
Photography PAUL WHEELER Film editor SUE wyatt
Producer TERENCE WILLIAMS
Director CHRISTOPHER MENAUL
Robby Box gets into:
First boy at funfair:
Second boy at funfair:
United Kingdom Championship The Final
Ten frames to be played, E20,000 to be won, an equation that should produce plenty of tension. Although seeded No 2,
STEVE DAVIS was everyone's favourite to win the title for a third time. ALEX HIGGINS , the holder, TERRY GRIFFITHS , who won in 1982, and TONY KNOWLES were dangers, and DENNIS TAYLOR , who began this tournament as the only unbeaten player on the Championship circuit this season, was the man in form. DAVID VINE sets the scene at the Guild Hall, Preston.
A ten-part serial created by LAVINIA WARNER
Part 8 by JILL HYEM
A sudden death, a visit to Changi and a tea-dance at Raffles create problems.
Music composed by JAMES HARPHAM Film cameraman KEN WESTBURY Film sound BARRIE THARBY Designer KEN LEDSHAM
Producer KEN RIDDINGTON
Director MICHAEL OWEN MORRIS
Dr Beatrice Mason:
Mrs Van Meyer:
Moira Stuart ; Weatherman
Fathers to Be
'The hardest part was to tell them that I wanted to be a priest. So I mentioned it over tea. There was a lot of spluttering, but there's a lot of pride there as well.'
God's call to the priesthood can come at any time, insists Andrew, whose own call came when he was six. He went to Upholland
College last year at the age of 11. Upholland is the Roman Catholic Church's last remaining junior seminary in England and Wales. Its aim is to train schoolboys for the priesthood.
But many Catholics feel that a vocation should be tested in the family and in the parish, and that Upholland is a relic of the past. So is it an institution for brainwashing idealistic teenagers, or is it a place where a responsible decision for or against the priesthood can be made?
Film editor RICHARD TRAYLER-SMITH Photography TOM FRISWELL
Series producer DANIEL WOLF Producer BARRY LYNCH BBC Wales
The Coral United Kingdom Championship The Final
DAVID VINE introduces the best of the frames and the result from the Guild Hall, Preston.