Chloe Ashcroft and Ben Thomas say Hallo Again with songs, games and play ideas.
Story: Clouds by PEGGY BLAKELEY
Illustrated by KAZUO NIIZAKA Musicians JONATHAN COHEN PHIL TODD. WILL HILL Director BRIAN LITTLE
Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE (R)
Rediscovering religious belief Good fences make good neighbours (ROBERT FROST) While creeds can be used to fence the believer into a narrow-minded defensive position, John Bowker argues that their principal role is to liberate the believer for a new and God-given freedom. Director STEVE BENSON Producer DAVID CRAIG
Tony Phelan joins
Claire Broadbent in her home in Cambridge, Glos, for a simple service of prayer and meditation.
Director MARK WADDINGTON
Series producer HELEN ALEXANDER
The anniversary of the birth of Guru Nanak , the founder of the Sikh religion, is celebrated with a shabad. Producer KRISHAN GOULD
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
Last of six programmes about how to make your business more successful, especially if English is your second language.
Are You a Good Employer? Efstathios Christodoulou Stephen Tse and Amrik Singh all have expanding businesses.
Finding the right employees and getting the best out of them is difficult, especially if you've always been a family business. How far are they succeeding?
Film editor PETER ESSEX
Assistant producer FIONA PITCHER Producer MARY SPRENT (E)
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A course of 20 programmes for beginners in Italian, featuring specially shot documentary film. Presented by Lilly Lembo and Enrico Verdecchia
5: Rivediamo unpo' ... Studio director PAULA GILDER Producer
MADDALENA FAGANDINl (R) (E) (Compkmentary programme on Radio 4 VHFIFM at 5.30 pm. Book, audio cassettes and notes for teachers from booksellers or direct from BBC Books.)
Last of five films on modem France
Let the People Talk
The programme invites the French to talk about themselves, their country, their attitudes, the past, the present and the future. Film editor luis ESPANA
Producer FRANK ASH (R) (E)
with Chantal Cuer
Le Journal de 20 heures
News from Antenne 2 - the French channel which isn't being sold off. Chantal helps with the words and news background while
Peter Fiddick looks at the European media. Director NICK DAVIES
Series producer BERNARD ADAMS
A chance to see recent BBC programmes, with sign language and subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.
Today: Andrew and Sarah - a Royal Couple
A shortened version of the interview which was shown on the eve of the royal wedding in July.
Interpreter John Lee
Executive producer PHILIP LEWIS Producer ANN PAUL
with Philip Wrixon Dan Cherrington Leslie Cottington and Claire Powell Producers
KEN POLLOCK. MARTIN SMALL
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
with Donald MacCormick
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. Producers
ELUE UPDALE, DINAH LORD
Studio director VICTOR MELLENEY Editor PAUL NORRIS
by Jane Hollowood and Bill Lyons.
'You're not AI Capone, Mr Fowler and I don't work for Miami Vice...'
Charlton Heston Laurence Olivier Richard Johnson Ralph Richardson
1883: A British colonel and his Egyptian army have been routed in the Sudan by the fanatical followers of a religious zealot - the Mahdi. A reluctant
Prime Minister Gladstone sends General Gordon to Khartoum with a brief to evacuate Egyptian nationals trapped by the Mahdi's advance. As the capital is besieged, a battle of wills develops between Gordon and the Mahdi, each a visionary in his own cause, neither willing to budge from his principles....
Screenplay by ROBERT ARDREY Produced and directed by BASIL DEARDEN
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Col J D H Stewart:
Sir Evelyn Baring:
Introduced by Max Bygraves There's just 54 hours from the first rehearsal on the stage of Theatre Royal, Drury Lane to the arrival of HM The Queen for the 1985 Royal Variety Performance. In that short time, theatre director
Norman Maen must marshal! 116 dancers and 58 stars to produce the equivalent of a full-scale West End musical. The task is complicated by the requirements of the TV company under the direction of Alan Boyd. Away from the stage, photographers gather for the arrival of Joan Collins ; producer Louis Benjamin sips tea from the best china; and just ten minutes from the actual finale the would-be Fred Astaires show no signs of getting it right.
Cameraman PAUL SOMMERS Sound DAVID WELCH
Film editor CHRISTINE ROYLE Producer ROD TAYLOR BBC Manchester
by CHARLES DICKENS
Dramatised in ten episodes by JAMES ANDREW HALL
5: Alone and friendless, David has run away and cast himself on the mercy of his aunt Betsey Trotwood. After some hesitation, Betsey has decided to defy the Murdstones and take him in. Music composed and conducted by STEPHEN DEUTSCH
Make-up designer MAGGIE THOMAS Script editor BRIAN WRIGHT Designer GAVIN DAVIES
Producer TERRANCE DICKS Director BARRY LETTS
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A guide to emergency first aid presented by Dr Alan Maryon Davis
Heart disease is Britain's biggest killer. But someone's chances of surviving a heart attack are much greater if you can recognise the early signs and take prompt action. Would you recognise the symptoms and know what to do? All over Britain thousands of training sessions in emergency first aid are now open to everyone. These classes and this programme show just how you can save a life when someone has a heart attack.
With Brian Cox , Kevin Doyle and Gillian Martell
Drama witten by LESLIE DUXBURY Film editor ALASTAIR MITCHELL Produced by JENNY ROGERS , JULIAN STENHOUSE
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Dr Alan Maryon
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
with the Salvation Army
This year the Salvation Army celebrates 100 years of its Goodwill Services, which were originally started to meet the needs of the poor in the Victorian slums.
Sally Magnusson meets members of the Salvation Army who continue that tradition in today's inner cities. They include
CAPTAIN PAT CHARLESWORTH, who runs the Notting Hill centre in London, and PAM RIDGERS who uses her wheelchair to raise funds. Salvationists from all over London join together in praise at the Regent Hall in Oxford Street, London, accompanied by the Corps Band.
To God be the glory: How much more?: Rescue the perishing; My me must be Christ's broken bread
(Spohr); Onward Christian soldiers (St Gertrude); Take my life and let it be (Consecration Hymn); I'll go m the strength of the Lord Conductor
LT COL RAY STEADMAN ALLAN Assistant producers
JUDY FISHER , SIMON HAMMOND Producer CHRISTOPHER MANN STEPHEN WHITTLE
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Ronnie Corbett with FIONA GAUNT , CAROL HAWKINS ELIZABETH COUNSELL
CLAIRE NIELSON , JOHN OWENS
RONNIE HAZLEHURST AND
Join Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett in a laughter-filled celebration of their 20-year association.
Written by SPIKE MILUGAN
SPIKE MULUNS. TREVOR MCCALLUM DAVID NOBBS. PETER VINCENT
DICK VOSBURGH , GERALD WILEY
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A series in 13 parts devised by GERARD GLAISTER andALLAN PRIOR
Episode 12 written by RAYMOND THOMPSON
'My feelings have nothing to do with you being successful or not, Ken.'
SIMON MAY and LESLIE OSBORNE Film cameraman JOHN WILLIAMS Designer JIM HATCHARD
Script editor JOHN BRASON Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director KEITH WASHINGTON * CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Sir John Stevens:
A film with music in six parts by Dennis Potter
Starring Michael Gambon with Patrick Malahide and Joanne Whalley
What is the connection between the beady private eye crooning soft songs at the Laguna, and the disfigured man struggling for his sanity in a hospital bed?
Why does the small boy spy from the top of the tree, and who is the naked girl dragged out of the murky Thames? The clues are bloody and tangled, but the singing detective knows that the answers will eventually jump out of him as long as he keeps singing the right tunes.
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Staff Nurse White:
Philip Marlow (aged 10):
The Beyond Within
The first of two programmes The Rise of LSD
Lysergic acid diethylamide - more commonly known as LSD - is one of the most potent pharmacological substances known to science.
It is also the most controversial. One ten-thousandth of a gram, an amount invisible to the naked eye, can precipitate some of the most powerful experiences in the repertory of human consciousness.
Tonight Everyman traces the turbulent history of this remarkable substance. Are psychedelic drugs merely dangerous and subversive poisons, or do they tell us something important about reality, consciousness and the relationship between them? Among those appearing are
Dr Albert Hofmann , the man who discovered the drug in 1943; Humphry Osmond , who coined the term 'psychedelic' and administered mescaline to Aldous Huxley ; and Lord Christopher Mayhew who, 30 years ago, took part in a filmed experiment with a hallucinogenic drug, shown tonight for the first time. Narrator Peter France Music composed by ELIZABETH PARKER
Film editor RON TAYLOR Producer MAX WHITBY
Everyman editor DANIEL WOLF
Over 687,000 14- and 15-year-olds are working for the new General Certificate of Secondary Education.
John Clare investigates whether GCSE will really make a difference in the way pupils are taught and assessed.
Film editor KEITH RAVEN
Producer JENNY STEVENS (R) (E)
The Benson and Hedges Championship from Wembley Arena
Highlights of today's final introduced by BARRY DAVIES. Commentators DAN MASKELL
JOHN BARRETT , MARK COX
Producers JOHNNIE WATHERSTON ALASTAIR SCOTT