Elizabeth Watts and Wayne Jackman say
Hallo Again with songs, games and play ideas.
Story: The Emperor's New Clothes (traditional)
Adapted by BARBARA RODDAM Musicians RICHARD BROWN
PETER HOWLAND , MARTIN FRITH Director MARTIN FISHER
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Rediscovering religious belief Creeds and Credibility
Each creed or confession of faith was written at a particular time of trial for the Church. Circumstances change and The Rev
Emmanuel Jacob , a South African Methodist, argues that in the particular situation of apartheid, the creed needs re-interpretation to express the relevance of the Christian faith. Director STEVE BENSON Producer DAVID CRAIG
Margaret Collingwood visits Geoff Harris , whose temporary home is a flat at Kingsmead College in Birmingham, for a simple service of prayer and meditation.
Producer ROGER HUTCHINGS
Series producer HELEN ALEXANDER BBC Pebble Mill
Ghazala Amin goes to
Bestwood Country Park in Nottinghamshire to see
Operation Gateway, a scheme set up by the Countryside Commission and Nottinghamshire County
Council, the purpose of which is to introduce members of the ethnic communities to countryside recreation. She also meets Ahmed Khan , the project officer in charge of the scheme.
Producer WASEEM MAHMOOD
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
Six programmes about how to make your business more successful, especially if English is your second language.
3: Can You Sell?
Sukhbir Sander is in the wholesale fashion business in Birmingham. Amrik and Major Singh have an expanding retail business in Bradford. Both businesses rely heavily on knowing how to sell. What have they discovered about the dos and don'ts of selling?
Film editor PETER ESSEX Producer MARY SPRENT
See Ceefax page 286 for further details Accompanying books from [address removed]
A course of 20 programmes for beginners in Italian, featuring specially shot documentary film. Presented by Lilly Lembo Lambert and Enrico Verdecchia 3: Quanto costa?
Buying things and asking the price.
Film director SUSANNA CAPON Producer
MADDALENA FAGANDINI (R) (E) (Complementary programme on Radio 4 VHF/FM this afternoon at 5.30pm)
A series of five films on modern France
3: The Languedoc and Occitan Occitan rather than French ii the original language of mucl of southern France.
In the Languedoc region, it is enjoying something of a revival and has become the focal point of a new mood of self-determination among the Occitan people, who have a historic resistance to central government. Researcher JANE COTTAVE Producer FRANK ASH (R) (E)
with Chantal Cuer
Le journal du 20 heures
Catch up with the news from Antenne 2 in Paris. Chantal helps with the words and the French background, while Peter Fiddick looks at what's happening in the European media. Director NICK DAVIES
Series producer BERNARD ADAMS (E)
A fortnightly magazine 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 (E)
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 Summarj The weekly programme of lively discussion - making the news with those in power and hearing the views of those who challenge them. Reporter VIVIAN WHITE Producers
CAROLINE HAYDON. ELLIE UPDALE Editor PAUL NORRIS
by Gilly Fraser and Bill Lyons.
'We're gonna make something outa nothing....'
starring Charlton Heston, Sophia Loren with Gary Raymond, Raf Vallone,
Genevieve Page, John Fraser
Charlton Heston plays the title role in this spectacular epic of 11th-century Spain when the country was divided between small Christian kingdoms and Moorish strongholds. From the confusion of warring factions there emerged an intrepid knight whose exploits earned him the name El Cid - 'the lord'. Some breathtakingly beautiful Spanish locations provide a superb background to this story of romance, chivalry and conflict.
Screenplay by PHILIP YORDAN and FREDRIC M.FRANK
Produced by SAMUEL BRONSTON
Directed by ANTHONY MANN
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Rodrigo Diaz de Bivar:
by Charles Dickens
Dramatised in ten episodes by James Andrew Hall
starring with and
Fatherless though he is, little David leads an idyllically happy life with his pretty young mother and his devoted nurse Peggotty. Then his mother marries Mr Murdstone ...
Music composed and conducted by:
A guide to emergency first aid presented by Dr Alan Maryon Davis
All over Britain thousands of training sessions in emergency first aid are now open to everyone. These classes teach the ABC of life-saving:
A ... is for Airway
B ... is for Breathing
Would you know what to do if someone, maybe a member of your family, stopped breathing? This programme shows the simple life-saving skill of mouth-to-mouth breathing.
With Lindsay Duncan
James and Jana Newton
Drama written by Leslie Duxbury
Film editor ALASTAIR MITCHELL
Produced by JENNY ROGERS and JULIAN STENHOUSE (E)
You can learn more at a two-hour session somewhere close to your home. For details and a free leaflet on emergency first aid write to:
Save a Life, [address removed] enclosing sae.
Book: Save A Life: An Instructor's Guide, Â£2.95 from bookshops
Video: The BBC Save a Life video of all six programmes showing the full ABC of resuscitation is available to groups and organisations from [address removed]
Tel: [number removed]. Price Â£59.90 inc VAT and packing
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Dr Alan Maryon
with Jan Leeming Weather
from East Belfast
The leafy avenues of Belmont in the east of the city betray none of the scars of communal strife. The area grew and prospered in the wake and shadow of the famous Harland and Wolff shipyards where, 75 years ago, the great White Star liner the Titanic was launched. 'Unsinkable' was its haunting epithet.
Roger Royle visits the area, talks to some of its people of 'the things that make for its Peace', and joins the united congregation at Belmont
Presbyterian Church for their songs of praise.
From all that dwell below the skies
(Lasst uns Erfreuen); Eternal Father. strong to save (Melita); I bind unto myself today (St Patrick/Gartan); Will your anchor hold; My song is love unknown (Love Unknown):
Nearer, my God, to thee (Bethany); Amazing grace; 0 brother man (Londonderry Air)
Organist JOHN MERCER
Conductor HAVELOCK NELSON Producer JAMES SKELLY Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Northern Ireland
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starring Ronnie Barker Ronnie Corbett with John Scott Martin
Claire Nielson , John Rutland Joan Sims , April
Walker Ronnie Hazelhurst and his Orchestra
The Fred Tomlinson Dancers Join Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett in a laughter-filled celebration of their
20-year association. Messrs Barker and Corbett have chosen their personal favourites from the many hilarious sketches and songs they have performed together over the years.
Written by DAVID NOBBS
SPIKE MILLIGAN SPIKE MUIXINS DAVID RENWICK , GERALD WILEY
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Spike Milligan Spike
A series in 13 parts devised by GERARD GLAISTER and ALLAN PRIOR starring and Episode 9 written by RAYMOND THOMPSON
'Dad, it hurts too much to sit back and watch you destroying yourself.'
SIMON MAY and LESLIE OSBORNE Film cameraman JOHN WILLIAMS Designer JIM HATCHARD
Script editor JOHN BRASON Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director KEITH WASHINGTON * CEEFAX SUBTITLES
with Jan Leeming : Weather
by MATTHEW JACOBS starring Alexandra Pigg
Bruce Payne , Spencer Leigh with Sean Edwards
When Leon and Freak, the best computer hackers in the country, team up with Fast Eddie , hotshot of the video arcades, they are playing for high stakes. Their target is Lawrence MacNiece , computer security expert and the only obstacle between them and the millions of pounds that pass through the City's central clearing computer every day.
Music composed by STANLEY MYERS Photography KENNETH MACMILLAN Editor DAN RAE
Script editor SARAH CURTIS Designer GEOFF POWELL
Produced by RICHARD BROKE Directed by BERNARD ROSE
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Woman in Oxford Street:
The Frontiers of Peace - Jainism in India
The Jains are the world's strictest believers in non-violence. Jain monks will not bathe, for fear of killing the organisms that live on the body; some tie a cloth band across their mouths to protect flying insects from harm. In Ahmedabad, west India - where this film was shot - they run a hospital for animals: no matter how ill, or how great their suffering, the animals are not killed, but allowed to die naturally. In this film Everyman explores the paradoxes of this small but influential sect. The crew was given unique access to the animal hospitals, and was allowed to film the austere life of Jain monks and nuns - including their ritual hair-plucking. The result is a portrait of people who live on the frontiers of peace - far beyond what most would consider the reasonable limits of non-violence.
Photography NARESH BEDI
Film editor RICHARD TRAYLERSMITH Everyman editor DANIEL WOLF Producer BARRY LYNCH BBC Wales
Sixth of eight programmes presented by Tony Soper Britain can boast of 41 native mammal species; there used to be more. But all are fascinating whether they are 'Ratty' or 'Mole' and even those who live underground have a story to tell if you dig deep enough.
Film editor HUGH TASMAN
Producer BRYN BROOKS (R) (E)
The 1986 Formula One World Championship
Australian Grand Prix
Highlights of the race held in the early hours of this morning which hopefully made NIGEL MANSELL Britain's first World Champion since James Hunt a decade ago. Plus the reaction from the world of motor racing to the climax of this year's exciting battle for the title. Producer ROGER MOODY