Ben Thomas and Janet Palmer say Hallo Again, with songs, games and play ideas.
Can you twiddle your ear, Look at your tongue, Wriggle your nose
And touch your toes? Musicians
CHRIS WALKER , PETER BEAMENT Directors
SHEILA FRASER , ALISON STEWART Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Rediscovering religious belief Creeds and Karma
While neither Hinduism nor Sikhism has a formulated creed, each believes in a Supreme Reality and expresses this belief in Practical deeds of charity. Dr Mary Hall talks with Dr Harish Trivedi and Bahadar Singh.
Director STEVE BENSON Producer DAVID CRAIG
A series in which viewers are united by television in a simple service of prayer and reflection.
Tony Phelan joins
Cora Spencer in her home on the Blackbird Leys estate, Oxford.
Producer HELEN ALEXANDER
In October 1965 the first programme for Asian viewers was seen on British television when Make Yourself at Home appeared on BBC1.
To celebrate the 21st anniversary, today's
Programme takes a nostalgic look at some selected clips from past programmes and some music specially recorded at a studio concert to celebrate the occasion. Producer KRISHAN GOULD
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
A series of six programmes about how to make your business more successful, especially if English is your second language. 1: Raising Money
Darko Mensah , Shirley Nip and Amrik Singh each run very different businesses.
The problem they all face is raising money. How do they go about it? How far do they succeed? What's their advice for others?
Film editor PETER ESSEX
Producer MARY SPRENT (E)
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A series of 20 programmes for beginners in Italian, with specially shot documentary film presented by Lilly Lembo Lambert and Enrico Verdecchia. 1: Buongiorno!
How to ask for something. Film director SUSANNA CAPON
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI (RXE)
(Complementary programme on Radio 4 VHF this afternoon at
5.30pm. Book, audio cassettes and notes for teachers available from booksellers or direct from BBC Books.)
Five films on modern France 1: Grenoble
This town in the Alps was a quiet, provincial backwater at the turn of the century, known only for glove-making and the magnificence of its mountain location. By the mid 60s it had become not only the site for the 1968 Winter Olympics, but a blueprint for the future. Researcher JANE COTTAVE Producer FRANK ASH (R) (E)
with Chantal Cuer Le journal de la une
Catch up with tonight's news from Television Francaise Un. Chantal helps with the words and the French background, while
Peter Fiddick looks at the broadcasting networks behind the news bulletins featured in this season's run of Telejournal. Director NICK DAVIES
Series producer BERNARD ADAMS (E) Books:
A vous la France!, M25 Get by in French, £1.75
Ensemble. Books I and 2, E4.50 France Extra!, £5.50 Franc-Parler, E4.95
Sur Ie vtf, Books 1 and 2, E3.00 Allez France!, £5.50 available from booksellers or BBC Books
A fortnightly magazine programme for people who are deaf and hard-of-hearing. News, views and entertainment, with sign language and subtitles. Introduced by Maggie Woolley
Clive Mason and John Lee Produced by 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 David Dimbleby
Starting with News Summary The weekly programme of lively discussion - making the news with those in power and hearing the views of those who challenge them. Including a special report from Reykjavik on the Reagan - Gorbachev summit. Reporter VIVIAN WHITE Producers
CAROLINE HAYDON. ELLIE UPDALE Editor PAUL NORRIS
by Michael Robartes and Bill Lyons.
'I guessed you'd come when you were ready...'
Robert Mitchum with Curt Jurgens Al Hedison
During World War n, in the South Atlantic, an American destroyer encounters a German U-boat. In the ensuing days the two captains play a desperate game of cat-and-mouse as they assess and exploit their knowledge of each other's strategy.
Screenplay by WENDELL MAYES Based on the novel by COMMANDER D. A. RAYNER Produced and directed by DICK POWELL
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Highlights of six days of action from Wembley Arena with special emphasis for those who haven't been allowed to stay up late for the nightly transmissions.
Introduced by David Vine Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD STEPHEN HADLEY Producers
For the next six days
The Queen will journey 3,000 miles across China to be shown many of the most exciting and intriguing sights and cities in this incredible land. For the past week,
Sue Lawley has been travelling the royal route to uncover some of the delights and surprises in store for Her Majesty. Camera team
BOB NICOL and TIM REX
Research JACQUI CONDRON Chief picture editor RUSS CROMBIE
Producer MARTYN GREGORY
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Presented by Bruce Fogle , Jan Batchelor Wayne Mockett and Dale Winton
In the last programme of the present series Wayne brings back a report from the PDSA in Leeds. A look at what it takes to be one of the world's leading pet photographers, and Bruce, Jan and Dale present the prizes to the competition winners. Directors
DEREK NELSON. DAVID BARRETT Producer ROY CHAPMAN
Series producer STEVE TIMMINS
A guide to emergency first aid presented by Dr Alan Maryon Davis
- part of the national Save a Life Campaign. Would you know what to do if someone was unconscious after a road accident? The first person at the scene could be you. You can save a life if you know the ABC of resuscitation. The first thing to remember is 'A for Airway'. with LOIS BAXTER
JOSETTE SIMON and KAY STONHAM Drama written by LESLIE DUXBURY
Production assistant JUDY OWEN Produced by JENNY ROGERS , JULIAN STENHOUSE (E)
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Dr Alan Maryon
with Jan Leeming Weather News
from Edmonton and Tottenham
Last October a vicious riot erupted on the Broadwater Farm estate in Tottenham, North London. One year later Cliff Michelmore talks to some of the people involved. He meets the Wiltshires, whose home was damaged, and a policeman who was severely injured in the fighting. Cliff also discovers hope in a project designed to help young people find employment. Christians from Edmonton and Tottenham sing their songs of praise in the parish church of All Saints, Edmonton, which is celebrating its 850th anniversary.
Thine be the the glory (Maccabaeus); Dear Lord and Father of mankind (Repton); Make me a channel of your peace; Great is thy faithfulness; Jesu, lover of my soul (Aberystwyth); A cry in the night (Notting Hill); Jerusalem; Let there be peace on earth.
Organist GRAEME SCROGGIE Conductor SHANE FLETCHER
Researcher KERENA MARCHANT Producer SIMON HAMMOND Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE
Records or cassettes:
Your Songs of Praise Choice, REC/ZCM 469
Songs of Praise Vol 2, REC/ZCM 338 from retailers
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starring Ronnie Barker Ronnie Corbett with Claire Nielson John Owens Written by SPIKE MILLIGAN , SPIKE MULLINS
DAVID NEWMAN , PETER OSBORNE
Messrs Barker and Corbett, the Two Ronnies, celebrate 20 years of their association with a selection of the very best of the sketches and musical numbers they have performed together. The
Ronnies have chosen all their personal favourites since they first met in The Frost Report in 1966, in a scintillating and hilarious selection. In tonight's show you will see their very first meeting on the screen and the first instalment of The
Phantom Raspberry Blower of Old London Town.
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A series in 13 parts devised by GERARD GLAISTER and ALLAN PRIOR starring and Episode 7 written by JEREMY BURNHAM
'Tom, I was trying to decide whether or not there was the remotest possibility that we might get back together again.... sometime. I think you've just made up my mind for me.'
SIMON MAY and LESLIE OSBORNE Film cameraman JOHN WILLIAMS Designer JIM HATCHARD
Script editor JOHN BRASON
Producer GERARD GLAISTER
Director TRISTAN DE VERE COLE
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with Jan Leeming Weather News
by RICHARD GORDON starring
In 1956 the ultra-respectable seaside resort of Eastbourne was shocked and disturbed when a local doctor,
John Bodkin Adams , was arrested and charged with murdering one of his elderly patients.
Music composed and conducted by DUDLEY SIMPSON
Film editor KEN PEARCE Designer JANE MARTIN
Photography ANDREW DUNN Producer INNES LLOYD
Director RICHARD STROUD
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Dr John Bodkin Adams:
After dinner speaker:
Sir Reginald Manningham-Buller .:
Mr Justice Devlin:
Clerk of the court:
Voice of coroner:
Jihad - Afghanistan's Holy War
This BAFTA award-winning series returns with a remarkable documentary, probably the most revealing portrait of Afghanistan at war yet made.
Taking over a year to make, and filmed at great personal risk, Jihad contains sequences of combat, interrogation of prisoners, and daily life under Soviet occupation. It concentrates on a group of Afghan warriors, based in Kandahar, the country's second largest city. They include a 9-year-old street assassin and a chief executioner of the Islamic
Court. Several were captured or killed during the making of the film.
The war in Afghanistan is nearly seven years old: it has cost over 1,000,000 lives, and created 4,000,000 refugees.
But coverage of it in the West has been sparse. This film shows the war at closer quarters than ever before. Everyman editor DANIEL WOLF Cameraman ALEX LINDSAY Directed by JEFF B. HARMON
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Fifth of eight programmes on the mammals of Britain by Tony Soper
Red, roe and fallow are all native species of deer.
Stalking the 'Monarch of the Glen' in Scotland may be fun but it is not the best or easiest way of seeing a good red stag. Drive through London's
Richmond Park however, and you'll come close to both red and fallow. But to see a roe deer you'll need your wits about you - either that, or a plentiful supply of roses! Film editor HUGH TASMAN Producer BRYN BROOKS (R)
Book, £8.95/£4.95, by Tony Soper - a practical guide to the 27 common species of British mammal - is available from booksellers.
The Autumn Sky
Autumn skies may be less brilliant than those of other seasons, but there is plenty of interest. In this programme Patrick Moore discusses the main features, with special reference to binocular observations, and gives a timetable for the eclipse of the moon which will be seen on 17 October. And the continuing story of Halley's Comet. The latest stunning series of black and white pictures from Giotto's camera - seen for the first time on television - will give scientists the clues to exactly what organic materials the comet contains.
Producer PIETER MORPURGO
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