Stuart McGugan and guests say Hello Again with songs games and play ideas.
Musician MICHAEL OMER
Producer CHRISTINE HEWITT
Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Of the thousands of women employed in the clothing industry's 'sweat shops', most are piece-workers, getting very low remuneration for their labour, although there is now a minimum legal rate of pay for such workers. Pal Singh Gill of the National Union of Tailors and Garment Workers talks about garment workers' entitlements and rights. Diwali, The Festival of Lights, is celebrated by a Gujarati devotional song by Chandu Mattani and Party Producer YOUSUF AZIZ
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
A combined television and radio course in ten parts for beginners in Spanish, with on-the-spot documentary film and recording. 5: Revision with Isabel Soto
Carlos Riera , Eloisa Diez Film director DAVID WILSON
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI (R) Book, E4.95, records 1 and 2, £2.88 each, record 3, 93.39, or cassettes £3. 75 each and notes for teachers 12. 75 from booksellers or BBC Publications
A series of 26 programmes
6: See the news as others see it and brush up your French at the same time.
Presented by Chantal Cuer Director PHILIP DOLLING
Producer BERNARD ADAMS
In two world wars 1,695,000 Commonwealth men and women were killed on active service.
This morning, at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, Her Majesty The Queen lays her wreath of red poppies on behalf of the nation, in memory of those who laid down their lives.
The Bishop of London, The Rt Rev and Rt Hon
Graham Leonard , conducts a short act of worship. Music played by the MASSED BANDS OF
THE GUARDS DIVISION Director of Music
LT COL R.A. RIDINGS
Commentator Tom Fleming Television presentation IAN SMITH
On this Remembrance
Sunday, Gary Davies invites the viewing congregation to join with him in prayers for those viewers who have written in during the last week.
Director ANN RICHARDSON Producer DAVID CRAIG
The last of six programmes in which Richard Blizzard makes a whole range of toys and models.
Director PAULA GILDER
Producer PETER RAMSDEN (R) Book £8.95 from booksellers
A weekly magazine for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. News, views and entertainment, with sign language and subtitles. Introduced by Maggie Woolley and Clive Mason
Producer CHARLES PASCOE
featuring the news and views, politics and practice of those involved with the land. With Philip Wrixon
Leslie Cottington and Claire Powell Producers
KEN POLLOCK , MARTIN SMALL
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
12.58* Weather News for farmers IAN MCCASKILL
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 Liane Aukin and Jane Hollowood.
'I don't want no secrets wiv you, Kath. We never have. Can't start now'.
A look ahead at a new series which begins tonight at 9.5 on BBC1, based on short stories by one of the 20th-century's greatest playwrights. (R)
in Blimp Over Britain
Chris Tarrant boldly zips about the galosphere in his
'giant sausage'. His mission - to find eccentric earthlings and their peculiar pastimes. C.T. has close encounters with some very dirty girls in Blackpool, a gathering of teds in Liverpool, and a rather noisy set-to in Knutsford.
In-flight he chats to his guest star trekker, Mike Harding and, at the end of the day, tired but happy, you will see C.T. flown home ...
Research TONY NICHOLSON Assistant producer CAROLE CALDWELL
Produced and directed by ALAN WALSH
Starring Jack Hawkins, Joan Collins, Dewey Martin, Alexis Minotis
The scene is Luxor, 5,000 years ago, as the Egyptian legions return in triumph after conquering the Kushites. The Pharaoh has enlarged his empire and accumulated a vast treasure, but he is obsessed with his life in the second world and vows to build a tomb that will confound the grave robbers of the future.
Screenplay by WILLIAM FAULKNER, HARRY KURNITZ, HAROLD JACK BLOOM
Directed and produced by HOWARD HAWKS
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This week: Harrogate
Arthur Negus and leading experts from the world of art and antiques took to the road for this, the first of the 1983 series.
Hugh Scully presented the programmme and there were the usual crop of surprises as the experts used their knowledge and skills to separate the genuine article from the fake. Some experts employed startling methods to get to the truth. Director ROY CHAPMAN Producer ROBIN DRAKE BBC Bristol (R)
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by CHARLES DICKENS
Dramatised in 12 episodes by ALEXANDER BARON starring and 5: Mr Brownlow has rescued Oliver from a life of crime, but Fagin kidnaps him again.
Bultseye trained by GILL RADDINGS Music composed and conducted by DUDLEY SIMPSON
Script editor BRIAN WRIGHT Designer MICHAEL EDWARDS Producer TERRANCE DICKS Director GARETH DAVIES
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The Artful Dodger:
with Moira Stuart
The Second World War ended
40 years ago. In Europe hostilities ceased in May. In the Far East the fighting and suffering continued for a further three months.
Cliff Michelmore meets some of the survivors from the 'forgotten army' in the East. He talks to Guy Kynaston who worked on the infamous
Burma-Siam railway; to Bob Guy , an RAF prisoner of war who has since committed himself to work for peace; and Marjorie Pringle who nursed casualties from the Battle of Kohima. They join the congregation of ex-servicemen, members of the armed forces and local
Christians in St Nicholas'
Cathedral, Newcastle upon Tyne.
0 God our help in ages past (St
Anne); We utter our cry, Father, hear the prayer we offer (Sussex); 0 God, our father, who dost make us one
(Morecambe); The Captives' hymn; I vow to thee my country, all earthly things above (Thaxted); Eternal father, strong to save (Melita); Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord
THE DUKE OF KENT'S BAND OF THE
ROYAL REGT OF FUSILIERS Bandmaster STEVEN SMITH Organist MICHAEL DUTTON Conductor RUSSELL MISSIN
Research KARENA MARCHANT, VALETTA STALLABRASS Producer NOEL VINCENT
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Manchester
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by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT featuring
DFCMaplin's Holiday Camp, Spring 1960
Hey Diddle Diddle, Who's 's on the Fiddle
Peggy finds a personal letter from Joe Maplin to
Clive Dempster which causes everyone to believe that the Squadron Leader has been sent to the camp as a 'Mole'.
Produced and directed by DAVID CROFT (R)
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Sqn Ldr Clive Dempster,:
Yellowcoat boys THE WEBB TWINS:
A serial in 13 parts devised by GERARD GLAISTER and ALLAN PRIOR starring
Episode 11 by ARTHUR SCHMIDT
'If the claim is upheld, I'd be bankrupt.'
'You wouldn't be alone, Jack. It would finish Tom, too.'
SIMON MAY and LESLIE OSBORNE Film cameraman JOHN KENWAY Designer MYLES LANG
Script editor JOHN BRASON
Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director PENNANT ROBERTS
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by ROY CLARKE starring Bill Owen
Peter Sallis , Brian Wilde with Jane Freeman
Joe Gladwin , Kathy Staff in Catching Digby's Donkey The complete inability of Digby to catch a simple-brained donkey is beyond the comprehension of L-Cpl
Signwriter Foggy Dewhirst.
With the assistance of Compo and Clegg, a small but well-trained team, Foggy sets out to show the animal once and for all who is boss.
Music RONNIE HAZLEHURST Designer STEPHEN FAWCETT Produced and directed by ALAN J. W. BELL (R)
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Alan J. W.
A series of stories by Noel Coward
This week: Star Quality
Screenplay by STANLEY PRICE starring Susannah York and Ian Richardson with Peter Chelsom and David Yelland
When his play Stones in Heaven finally makes it to
Shaftesbury Avenue, Bryan Snow , an aspiring young playwright, believes his troubles are over. But when he meets Lorraine Barry who is to star in it - they're just about to start.
Music composed by JOHN ALTMAN
Make-up designer CECILE HAY ARTHUR Costume designer IRENE WHILTON Designer BRUCE MACADIE Script editor ALAN DRURY
Producer ALAN SHALLCROSS Director ALAN DOSSOR
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Moira Stuart; Weather News
Years of our lives are passed in the dreamscapes of sleep, yet the phenomenon of dreams remains largely a mystery to us. We say 'it was only a dream' to dismiss these phantasms, and reassure ourselves that we have returned to reality. But recent research is blurring the distinction between sleeping and waking states. In the last ten years investigators have discovered that some 'lucid dreamers', can perform pre-arranged experiments in their sleep, and even send messages acfbss the sleep barrier to the waking world. The results of these experiments have provided startling insights into sleep consciousness.
Everyman examines the story of lucid dream research, and encounters a puzzle well-known to the most ancient religious traditions: how can we ever be sure we're awake? Film editor TREVOR WILLIAMSON Series producer DANIEL WOLF
Producer CHRISTIAN FORSSANDER
A musical biography in six programmes
5: The Theatre
Presented by Jane Glover
The London Mozart Players Isobel Buchanan (soprano) Ian Caddy (baritone)
Alfreda Hodgson (contralto) Roderick Kennedy (bass) Alexander Oliver (tenor) William Shimell (bass)
Louise Winter (soprano) David Schofield
Ian Richardson , Robin Bailey In the late 1780s Mozart's genius was at its peak. But his popularity was waning, his money troubles were getting worse and his low-paid official duties merely required him to provide ballroom dances for the entertainment of Viennese society. Yet in spite of all his worries, and the death of his father and baby daughter
Theresia, during this period he wrote his last three great symphonies.
Written by JANE GLOVER and VICTOR POOLE
Lighting JOHN DIXON Sound ADRIAN STOCKS
Designer CAROL GOLDER Produced and directed by PAUL KRIWACZEK