Ben Thomas, Elizabeth Watts and Carol Chell say Hallo Again.
Story: A Train to Spain by Wade Ray
Musician Paul Reade
Producer John M.A. Lane Editor Cynthia Felgate
Different religions express their faith in diverse ways. Mary Hall , director of the Multi-Faith Resource Unit in Birmingham, believes that we must explore the religious heritage of other traditions without prejudice or Patronage. Wrector
STEVE BENSON Producer DAVID craig
A series in which viewers are united in a service of prayer and fellowship. Noel Battye joins Ed Standhaft in his home beside Queen's College, Taunton, where he is chaplain to boys and girls of many races and nationalities. The Rev Keith Clements speaks on Routes to the Same God.
Series producer HELEN ALEXANDER BBCBristol
A Dancer's Story - Nicola Katrak
Narrated by Marian Foster An Asian Magazine special that takes a look at the hard, dedicated profession of dancing through the eyes of Nicola Katrak , a young
Principal with the Sadler's Wells Royal Ballet.
Nicola is descended from a distinguished Parsee family in Karachi, Pakistan. The film shows Nicola rehearsing at Sadler's Wells, relaxing at home in London with her husband Charles, and also working with young children teaching them to appreciate ballet.
Research ELISABETH SEABOURNE Film editor JOHN BLAND
Director WASEEM MAHMOOD
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
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The Suntory World Match Play Championship The Final
The great names of golf adorn the winner's trophy - Player, Palmer, Nicklaus, Ballesteros and Norman. Who will join them in 1986? Finalists complete the morning round. Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER
A chance to see recent BBC programmes, with sign language and subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. Open Space:
'Weddings are the number one thing, holiday snaps next, then pets ... or children.'
So says a technician from a photographic processing factory that deals with over 1,500,000 films a year. In this film, four photography students from Trent
Polytechnic in Nottingham explore why we take the photographs we do, tracing them back to family album conventions established in Victorian times. They reckon people could get far more out of photography, not by using fancy equipment, but by recognising it as a powerful means of communication - available to all of us. Director ANDREA GAULT Producer GILES OAKLEY
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 News Summary With the Conservatives about to begin their conference at Bournemouth. The Rt Hon Norman Tebbit , MP, talks to David Dimbleby.
Reporter VIVIAN WHITE Producers
LYDIA HOWARD , DINAH LORD Editor PAUL NORRIS
by Tony McHale and Gerry Huxham.
'...that's what the family's for. Support in times of crisis'.
Introduced by Steve Rider
The Suntory World Match Play Championship from Wentworth
The closing stages of the final, played over 36 holes today. If form is repeating itself, then SEVERIANO BALLESTEROS could be heading for a hat trick of successive victories and his fifth win in six years. First place prize money is Â£50,000, and Seve is used to taking the loot from Wentworth!
British Racing Drivers' Club Championship Finals from Silverstone
Names like HILL and BRABHAM help fill the grid at
BRDC meeting today. Hill (Damon), and Brabham
(Gary), are still searching for that elusive maiden win in the Formula 3 series - and champion ANDY WALLACE will hope that's a fact that stays the same as he attempts to underline his supremacy. Commentator
Television presentation: Golf HAROLD ANDERSON Motor Racing JIM RESIDE
Studio producer, Grandstand CAMPBELL FERGUSON
Assistant editor, Grandstand BRIAN BARWICK
Producer, Grandstand MARTIN HOPKINS
Editor, Grandstand JOHN PHILIPS
Rolf Harris introduces classic cartoon comedy, today on the theme of winter sports - skiing, mice-skating and trapping snow-shoe rabbits. Producer DAVID PLATT
Presented by Bruce Fogle
Jan Batchelor , Wayne Mockett and Dale Winton
This week Bruce reports back from the kennels of a pack of stag hounds. Jan discovers how acupuncture can benefit a dachshund with a slipped disc, and Wayne sees how well schoolchildren get on with a snake in the classroom. Directors
DEREK NELSON and DAVID BARRETT Producer ROY CHAPMAN
Series producer STEVE TIMMINS
In the first of a new series Cliff Michelmore and Maggie Philbin are in the studio to report on the latest charity news and the progress of recent television appeals.
On film Selina Scott appeals on behalf of the National Star Centre for Disabled Youth in Cheltenham.
The college, founded in 1967, pioneered further education for physically-handicapped teenagers. By providing new opportunities and fresh challenges, the National Star Centre has brought hope and a new-found freedom to nearly 1,000 youngsters imprisoned by their handicap. But the demand for places still far exceeds vacancies. You can give the college the chance to open its doors to many more physically-disabled teenagers. Please send your donations to: Selina Scott, National Star Centre,
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Jan Leeming ; Weather News
A celebration to mark the 25th birthday of Songs of Praise.
In the Tabernacle Baptist
Chapel in Cardiff on the first Sunday of October 1961,
Songs of Praise was born. Tonight, a quarter of a century later, the Songs of Praise story is told.
Sally Magnusson travels to Cardiff to meet Gethyn Stoodley Thomas, the programme's first producer. Cliff Michelmore, Roger Royle, Ian Gall and Thora Hird introduce some of their favourite extracts from the past 25 years.
Researcher VALETTA STALLABRASS Producer CHRISTOPHER MANN Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE
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written by JOHN ESMONDE and BOB LARBEY starring
Penelope Wilton Peter Egan with Stanley Lebor Geraldine Newman
Film cameraman EUGENE CARR Film editor JOHN WILKINSON Designers
DEREK EVANS , TOM YARDLEY-JONES Produced and directed by HAROLD SNOAD
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First aid lady:
A serial in 13 parts devised by GERARD GLAISTER and ALLAN PRIOR starring
Episode 6 written by JEREMY BURNHAM
'I don't want to be a lifeline, Tom. It's nice to be needed - but not because there's no other choice.'
SIMON MAY and LESLIE OSBORNE Film cameraman JOHN WILLIAMS Designer NIGEL JONES
Script editor JOHN BRASON Director SARAH HELLINGS
Producer GERARD GLAISTER
'Always there '. sung by Marti Webb , and the theme tune to the series are on records RESL 190 or 12 RSL 190;
Simon's Way. including 'Anyone can fall in love' and 'Always there is on record or cassette REB/ZCF 594
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New York barman:
American TV reporter:
Who Wants to be a Millionaire?
To go or not to go - that is Del's dilemma!
The second of two parts
Screenplay by ALAN PLATER From the novel by HILDA BERNSTEIN starring Art Malik John Matshikiza
Jack Klaff , Estelle Kohler 2: South Africa in the 60s.
The campaign of sabotage is halted and the arrests continue. The Special Branch obviously have inside Information.
Music JIM PARKER
Sound DICK BOULTER Film editor DAVE KING Designer DON TAYLOR
Photography JOHN MCGLASHAN Producer TERRY COLES Director BILL HAYS
First male warder:
Second male warder:
de Villiers Jnr
Women in church:
Women in church:
with Jan Leeming Weather News
The last in the series with David Lomax
Week by week as the events of the news unfold, moral dilemmas, controversies and questions are raised which cannot easily be compressed into the black and white summary of a bulletin or headline.
But these questions of public and private morality affect us all and inflame passions and prejudices many of us would rather ignore or try to hide. Reporter David Lomax looks at one of these issues, talks to those who ought to know, and tries to discover what is at the 'heart of the matter'. Film editor MICHAEL ALOOF
Series producer OLGA EDRIDGE
Fourth of eight programmes on the mammals of Britain Presented by Tony Soper A bird-table is a common enough sight in British gardens, but a mammal-table isn't. Simply made, it will attract many of the smaller garden animals and allow you to observe undisturbed voles, shrews, mice and, if you're lucky, weasels.
And a bat-box built high up in the eaves may attract the world's only flying mammal. Series producer BRYN BROOKS Producer ERICA GRIFFITHS (R)
Friends and Mothers Ida is disturbed by her daughters' friendship with new neighbour, Maggie. Could it be that she has become too 'uncool' and boring?
Written by PAT NARDO and GLORIA BANTA
Directed by BOB CLAVER (R)