Ben Thomas , Elizabeth Watts and Carol Chell say Hello Again
Musician PAUL READE
Story: A Train to Spain by WADE RAY
Producer JOHN M.A. LANE
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Rediscovering Religious Belief
2: In the Beginning ... God Created
The Bible assures us that the God who created the universe created it to fulfil a moral purpose. But has modem science disproved God and made a creator redundant? Keith Ward talks with John Polkinghorne , formerly
Professor of Mathematical Physics at Cambridge.
Director LELIA GUINERY-GREEN Producer DAVID CRAIG
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The series for Sunday morning in which you are united with your fellow viewers in a simple service of reflection and prayer. Today's theme is God the Creator, the preacher is newly-ordained Methodist minister Rosemary Wakelin from Great Yarmouth, and the service is introduced by Tony Phelan from a viewer's home in Oadby, near Leicester.
Director STEVE BENSON
Producer ELIZABETH GORT
Anita Aggarwal meets Vogue magazine's Sudhir Pithwa , a young talented photographer who has already achieved much success in the competitive world of commercial photography. Kajal Bannerjee sings a modern Bengali song. Producer KRISHAN GOULD
Executive producerASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
A combined television and radio course for beginners in Spanish, with on-the-spot documentary film and recording.
1: Asking for Something with Isabel Soto
Micuel Penaranda Carlos Riera
Film director DAVID WILSON
ProducerMADDALENA FAGANDINI (R) Book £4.95, records 1 and 2 £2.88, record 3 £3.39, cassettes £3. 75 each and notes for teachers £2. 75 from booksellers or from BBC Publications.
A series of 20 programmes for beginners in German.
2: How to get petrol and something to eat at a motorway service station
. Then on to Bremen and a visit to a children's puppet theatre to see Aladin und die Wunderlampe. Presented by Hanni Vanhaiden
Director MARION ALUNSON
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI (R) The complementary Radio programme is on Radio 4 VHF/FM this afternoon at 5.30 pm. repeated next Saturday at 4.30 pm
Book £5.95, three cassettes £3. 75 each and notes for teachers £3.25 from booksellers or BBC Publications.
A series of 26 programmes
2: See the news as others seeit, and brush up on your French at the same time; this bulletin comes from
Television Française Un and there's also a round-up of the main stories across Europe.
Presented by Chantal Cuer Director PHIL DOLLING Producer TERRY DOYLE
A series of six programmes with Richard Blizzard 2:See-Saw and OtherOutdoor Toys
Director PAULA GILDER
Producer PETER RAMSDEN (R)
Girls are often excluded from computers at home and in school. They're even told that they shouldn't be interested in technology!
Celia Hoyles , Professor of Mathematics, Institute of Education (London
University), explores the myths and prejudices about computing and girls. Series producer IAN WOOLF Producer ROBERT ALBURY
with Philip Wrixon Dan Cherrington
Leslie Cottington and Claire Powell Producers
KEN POLLOCK , MARTIN SMALL
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
with David Dimbleby Starting with the News Summary
The weekly look at what matters in politics. In conversation with people at the heart of events, David Dimbleby seeks the truth behind the significant issues of the moment, and those looming ahead.
Studio director VICTOR MELLENEY Editor PAUL NORRIS
Omnibus edition by Jane Hollowood and Charlie Humphreys.
'I know now I'm loved, always have been. People do care, they do'.
Hunter Joe accepts the company of a stranger he meets on the trail, but wakes up to a nightmare when his guest demands they play a deadly game of chase ... Written and directed by MICHAEL LANDON
Highlights of a hectic week at Wembley and a chance to relive those moments of triumph and disaster, with special emphasis for those who have not been able to stay up for the evening programmes.
Introduced by DAVID VINE Commentators
Producers JOHNNIE WATHERSTON ALASTAIR SCOTT
Six stories of courage, expertise, endurance or the sheer human spirit which takes individuals to the brink of success or failure.
4: Ewen Riddick was 18 months away from an honours degree. But a dive into the waves on a Portuguese beach put an end to those hopes. The waves hid a sandbank and Ewen's neck was broken. Total paralysis looked inevitable.
He entered Stoke Mandeville Hospital on a stretcher. He was determined to leave on his feet.
Written and presented by Tony Wilkinson Reseacher LIZ WRIGHT
Executive producer CYRIL GATES Director JONATHAN BULLEN BBC Manchester
This week: Scarborough
In 1982 a team of Britain's leading experts from the world of art and antiques continued on the road. They met the public informally, and discussed treasured possessions brought along for assessment.
Presented by Hugh Scully Director ROY CHAPMAN Producer ROBIN DRAKE BBC Bristol (R)
by Charles Dickens
Dramatised in 12 episodes by Alexander Baron
1825 - An unknown girl dies in childbirth at a country workhouse. Who is she? What will become of her son?
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Music composed and conducted by:
Young Oliver Twist:
with Jan Leeming Weather News
Ian Gall visits the 'highland capital' and meets Hugh McMillan , the former
Glasgow policeman who is now Chief Constable of the Northern Constabulary. His patch is Britain's largest, in geographical terms: one man can be responsible for an area of 400 square miles.
Neil Angus Macdonald , from the Hebridean island of Barra, talks about the beauty and importance of the Gaelic language. The hymns are sung in Ness Bank Church.
0 worship the King (Hanover): God is our refuge (Ness Bank); Just as I am (Saffron Walden); God is of mine inheritance (Belmont); Christ is the world's Redeemer (Moville); Guide me, 0 thou great Jehovah (Cwm Rhondda); Child in the manger (Bunessan); 0 come and let us to the Lord (Irish)
Conductor RUSSELL GRANT Organist BRIDGET BLACK Producers DAVID KREMER MICHAEL A. SIMPSON
Series producerSTEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Scotland
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by Roy Clarke
Starring Ronnie Barker and David Jason
with Lynda Baron
(R) (Ceefax subtitles)
Nurse Gladys Emmanuel:
A serial in 13 parts devised by GERARD GLAISTER and ALLAN PRIOR starring
Episode 7 by JILL HYEM
'When someone you've been with for over a year tells you he's married someone else, what are you meant to do?'
Title music SIMON MAY and LESLIE OSBORNE
Film cameraman JOHN KENWAY Designer IAN ASHURST
Script editor JOHN BRASON
Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director SARAH HELLINGS
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Living with Uncle Sam
A series of ten films in which Alan Whicker talks to a wide range of enterprising Brits who've gone to live and work in the USA.
7: Right Now I'm Hot- When I'm Cut, I'm Very Cold....
Mick Luckhurst is the envy of every American boy. He's kicker for the Atlanta
Falcons and earns over
200,000 dollars a year: 'Here you can't play a good game, and lose.' Clive Wilson , Trevor Richards and Chris Burke are keeping traditional jazz alive in the very spot where it was born,
New Orleans. Around the comer is the Useful Shop - a hardware store run by Joan Norris ; she has an Oxford degree and once worked at the Cheltenham 'Spy Centre'; her husband left her and their two children penniless:
'There is a charity hospital, so I've somewhere to go .. Dr Paul Buisseret passionately defends the American medical system: 'In British hospitals intensive care is the bed next to Sister's desk ... !'
Research DEBORAH ISAACS Film cameraman MIKE FOX
Sound recordist JOHN PARKER Film editor LIZ THOYTS
ProducerJONATHAN STEDALL BBC Bristol
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The last in the series by JOHNNY SPEIGHT starring Warren Mitchell and Dandy Nichols
Unable to qualify for a powered wheelchair and fed up with pushing Else and the shopping home, Alf asks the local mechanic to modify an old lawn-mower engine for her chair. While demonstrating its safety to an unconvinced Else, Alf realises he forgot to ask for a brake.
Film cameraman BARRY MCCANN Film editor COLIN JONES DesignerGRAHAM LOUGH Produced and directed by ROGER RACE
Man in the DHSS:
with Jan Leeming Weather News
The first of 17 programmes.
In Iran, Baha'is are being imprisoned, tortured and executed. In the rest of the world, three million Baha'is are setting up a computerised structure for an alternative world government.
The Baha'i faith began as a 19th-century offshoot of Islam. Today it's the fastest growing new religion in the world. In the first of a new international series, "Everyman" slips behind the lines of "The Quiet Revolution" to report on the Baha'i mission to establish God's Kingdom on Earth.
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A musical biography in six programmes
1: The Child Prodigy
Presented by Jane Glover
The London Mozart Players leader JOHN GLICKMAN
Deborah Rees (soprano) Ian Richardson
'I could name you a dozen grown-up composers whose symphonies weren't half as good as this.'
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 's extraordinary career began at the age of 6, when his violinist father took him on tour around the royal courts of Europe. By the age of 8 he was writing orchestral symphonies; by 18 he was producing works of true genius, like his 29th
Symphony (K 201). But the story begins in sleepy, provincial 18th-century Salzburg, where Leopold Mozart was vice-kapellmeister to the ruling Prince Archbishop. Written by VICTOR POOLE and JANE GLOVER
Lighting JOHN DIXON Sound ADRIAN STOCKS
Designer CAROL COLDER
Producer PAUL KRIWACZEK
Red Shift - or Red Herring? How large is the universe? Astronomers measure the distances of very remote objects by using spectroscopes, but today there are some doubts as to whether the measurements are reliable.
Two star-systems in the constellation of the Fishes appear to give very confusing results. Patrick Moore talks to Iain Nicolson about these new results and what they may mean.
Producer PIETER MORPURGO
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