Carol Leader and Stuart McGugan say Hallo Again with songs, games and play ideas.
Here comes the snow Here comes the snow
Soft and light, cold and white Musicians RICHARD BROWN and MARTIN FRITH
Story: The House Built of Snow by JEAN MCKENZIE
Director SHARON MILLER
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
On the first Sunday of the new year members of the Methodist Church renew their Christian commitment at their Covenant Service.
With the congregation of Elm Ridge Methodist Church, Darlington.
Hymns: God is with us (Elm Ridge): Jesus is Lord; Come, let us use the grace divine (Dundee); Alleluia, sing to Jesus (Hyfrydol).
Readings: Jeremiah 31, w 31-33; John 15, vv 1-8.
Minister THE REV KEITH V. GARNER Organist PETER STANLEY
TV presentation NOEL VINCENT BBC Manchester
Ali Akbar Khan 's musical training began at the age of 3, and he was only 14 when he gave his first public performance. Now 63, he is reputedly the greatest contemporary sarod player. Today's programme features Ustad Ali Akbar Khan in a 'musical workshop', during which he talks about his life and music to Reginald Massey, and performs some of his favourite ragas. Producer KRISHAN GOULD
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
Five programmes presented by Margaret Simonet 1: Job Interviews
Film editor PETER BARBER
Produced by julian STENHOUSE (R) Book 12. 75 from booksellers
A series of 20 programmes for beginners in German.
11: The grape harvest in Franconia is in full swing and the wine producers are expecting a good vintage. But will it win the approval of the examining committee in Wurzburg?
Presented by Hanni Vanhaiden
Film director GILL BARNES
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI
A series of 26 programmes
12' See the news as others see it with a little help from Klaus Roemer
This bulletin comes, in German, from ARD in Hamburg. Chantal Cuer looks at the main stories from the rest of Europe.
Director PHILIP DOLLING
Producer MONICA ESSUN (R)
If you've ever wanted a computer desk, a hi-fi video centre, bunk beds or rocking chair these are just a few of the items which
Richard Blizzard will be making in this series of seven programmes. 6: Oak Table
An oak refectory table and benches must seem like a dream to most households but Richard Blizzard shows how to make a simple design that will give you a table that should become a family heirloom. In the garden he continues to build his patio pergola.
Director PAULA GILDER
Producer PETER RAMSDEN (R)
A weekly magazine for the deaf and hard-of-hearing, with sign language and subtitles.
Introduced by Maggie WooUey and Clive Mason
Producer CHARLES PASCOE
with Philip Wrixon Dan Cherrington
Leslie Cottington and Claire Powell Producers
KEN POLLOCK , MARTIN SMALL
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
with The Desperado
Written by GEORGE LOVELL HAYS
Directed by RICHARD COLUNS (R)
by Bill Lyons.
'Her blood pressure'll go through the roof if she thinks there's a chance of seeing Mark again...'
Produced and directed by:
Cary Grant with Alexis Smith Mary Martin
The colourful life story of Cole Porter - composer of such famous hits as 'I've got you under my skin', 'Just one of those things', and 'Begin the beguine'. Cary Grant stars as the great songwriter, with Monty Woolley , the actor who helped stage Cole Porter 's early musical shows, playing himself - and Mary Martin singing her famous Broadway success 'My heart belongs to daddy'.
Screenplay by CHARLES HOFFMAN
LEO TOWNSEND and WILLIAM BOWERS Produced by ARTHUR SCHWARTZ Directed by MICHAEL CIJRTIZ
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Linda Lee Porter:
by LEWIS CARROLL
A serial in four parts
1: One of the most fantastic stories ever told begins on the river one golden summer afternoon....
In Wonderland On the Picnic
Music composed and conducted by STEPHEN DEUTSCH
Masks and make-up designer JOAN STRIBLING
Designers KENNETH SHARP. JOHN BRISTOW Producer TERRANCE DICKS Dramatised and directed by BARRY LETTS
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the White Rabbit:
A ten-part natural history of Britain and Ireland
Presented by Julian Pettifer
Ten thousand years ago the Ice Age ended in Britain. The melting glaciers revealed a bare and lifeless landscape. This story traces the epic transformation - from Ice
Age to motorway age - of the wilderness and wildlife of our islands.
The magnificent golden eagle takes us to the coldest peaks of Scotland where ice-age animals still survive. Here Arctic hares box, snow buntings raid scraps from skiers and beetles scavenge deep-frozen insects. In cold northern lakes frogs breed under the ice, goosanders dive for arctic fish, and even Loch Ness reveals an ice-age creature. All are living reminders of the first wildlife that returned to the land, after the ice.
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A practical guide in six parts to healthy eating presented by Liza Goddard 1: Food for Life
There have been plenty of warnings recently about the food we eat and its effect on our health. What's so bad about traditional British eating and what are the first steps we can take towards a fitter future? With
ANNA JACKSON , SALLY KIRKWOOD ANNE LAKING. PAUL SIMONS
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Moira Stuart ; Weather News
from the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Liverpool
Cliff Michelmore meets
Bob Paisley , former manager of ' Liverpool Football Club. He also speaks to the Anglican Bishop of Liverpool,
David Sheppard , and Derek Worlock , the Roman Catholic
Archbishop, whose joint concern for the city and for common action has made national headlines. The music features the CATHEDRAL CHOIR and SPEAKEASY together with people from many city churches.
0 worship the Lord (Was Lebet): Amazing grace; Seek ye first;
Brightest and best (Epiphany hymn); I will be with you: Three kings
(Cornelius); Love is his word; Hail to the Lord's anointed (Cruger) Organist TERENCE DUFFY Conductor PHILIP DUFFY Prayer and blessing
THE REV JOHN WILLIAMSON , Free Church Moderator
Assistant producer CHRIS LOUGHUN Producer NOEL VINCENT
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Manchester
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by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT featuring
Maplin's Holiday Camp, 1960 It's Murder
The drunken antics of Mr Partridge cause Yvonne and Barry to start a petition to get him sacked. Unfortunately, Mr Partridge goes missing....
Designer ANDREE WELSTEAD HORNBY Produced and directed by DAVID CROFT
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Sqn Ldr Clive Dempster, DFC:
Boy in ballroom:
Eva Marie Saint James Mason
Advertising executive Roger Thornhill is kidnapped, in broad daylight, by a mysterious and ruthless espionage organisation. Unable to convince them of his identity he narrowly escapes death in an automobile 'accident'.
Faced with disbelief Thornhill tracks down the one man who can prove his story - only to find himself accused of his murder! Hitchcock's celebrated thriller features some of the most famous and exciting sequences in the history of movies.
Screenplay by ERNEST LEHMAN Produced and directed by ALFRED HITCHCOCK
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To Seem the Stranger A portrait of Gerard Manley Hopkins
To seem the stranger lies my lot, my life
England, whose honour 0 all my heart woos, wife
To my creating thought, would neither hear
Me, were I pleading, plead nor do I....
During his lifetime not six people even knew he wrote poetry, and no one thought it worth publishing. His family never accepted his conversion to Catholicism. He spent much of his adult life working as a priest in Liverpool and Dublin. He died at 45. Yet today Gerard Manley Hopkins is recognised as one of the greatest Victorian poets. He lived in isolation from the fashions and trends of his time. But his work seems wholly modern.
In this portrait John Wain , writer and former Oxford
Professor of Poetry, examines Hopkins's life and work, explains why the Victorians found it hard to listen to his voice - and why we need to. Reader PAUL WEBSTER
Photography PAUL REED
Film editor CHRIS LAWRENCE Series producer DANIEL WOLF Producer JOHN GERAINT BBC Wales
The first of eight programmes with David Bellamy 1: The Wildwood
How well do you know your local trees?
Series producer MICHAEL GARROD Director DAVID WILLIAMS (R)
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Our Nearest Star
How much is known about the sun? We know that it is a huge nuclear furnace that sends out electrified particles, which affect the tails of comets and much else.
But there is still a great deal that isn't known. In this programme Patrick Moore gives the results of the latest research into the nature of the nearest star.
Producer PIETER MORPURGO