Carol Chell and guests say Hallo Again with songs, games and play ideas.
Paper games and paper tricks, With glue and tape, a cut-out sticks.
Squeeze it, squash it, what a caper,
Fold it, fly it, those things of paper.
Musician PAUL READE
Director MARTIN FISHER
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
The second of four masses from the parish of Blackfriars, Oxford, celebrated by Fr Paul Parvis , OP
Fr Herbert McCabe continues his meditations on the Lord's Prayer: Thy Kingdom Come
Readings: Isaiah 11: w 1-10;
Romans 15: w 4-9; Matthew 3: w 1-12 Hymns: Awake 0 Israel; On Jordan s bank; Come love carolling
Musical director ROY NELSON Director STEVE BENSON Producer DAVID CRAIG
with Chaman Lal Chaman
Today's programme features a compilation of music with contributions from
Hridaynath Mangeshkar Yesudas
The Great Indian Dancers Chirag-Pehchan Razia Shahid and Ustad Rais Khan
An ASIAN UNIT presentation BBC Pebble Mill
Presented by William Woollard
Motivating people to improve their work and working life is a full-time job. Suggestion schemes, with financial rewards for good ideas, are highly thought of, but some firms believe that quality circles, which don't usually pay, are a better solution.
To what extent does money control the system?
Should workers be rewarded for good ideas, or should it be partofthejob?
Twenty programmes for beginners in Italian, featuring film specially shot in Italy, presented by Lilly Lembo Lambert and Enrico Verdecchia 8: Ha una camera?
Film director LIBBY HALLIDAY Producer
MADDALENA FAGANDINI (R) (e) (Complementary programme on Radio 4 VHFIFM at 5.30pm)
A sequence of yoga movements that builds up day by day into a routine that will stretch and exercise the entire body. The Fish
Director PAULA GILDER
Producer PETER RAMSDEN (R) (e) Book, £4.95 from booksellers
Choices for Deaf Children
'How can you make the right decision about your deaf child's education if you don't know what the options are?' Director DAVID WILLIAMS Producer IAN WOOLF
with Carlos Riera Telediario
The news from Madrid, broadcast on RTVE's first channel. Carlos helps with the language and the background, while
Peter Fiddick looks at what's going on at the Spanish end of the rapidly-changing European media scene.
Studio director NICK DAVIES
Series producer BERNARD ADAMS (e)
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 (e)
with Philip Wrixon Dan Cherrington
Leslie Cottingham 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. Producers ELLIE UPDALE
VANESSA DOWELL , VIRGINIA ASHCOMBE Director VICTOR MELLENEY Editor PAUL NORRIS
by Charlie Humphreys and Michael Robartes.
'Lofty, you call me your missis one more time and so help me I'll flatten you!'
Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford
Introduced by Jimmy Hill with Lawrie McMenemy and Trevor Brooking
Television's first full-length examination of two of the game's glamour clubs since they came under new management.
United's troubled start to the season led to RON ATKINSON being replaced a month ago by ALEX FERGUSON from Aberdeen.
Tottenham changed their manager in the summer,
DAVID PLEAT moving in to the big city spotlight after an eight-year spell with Luton Town.
Despite their problems,
Manchester United remain one of Britain's best-supported clubs. Like the new manager, their fans are looking for an improvement in form that will lead to a steady climb up the table. Commentator
Series producer JOHN SHREWSBURY Editor BOB ABRAHAMS
When Mr and Mrs Gorilla are delivered of a wascally wabbit, an old hen hatches a turtle's egg and a certain mouse masquerades as a baby chicken, then the joys of parenthood are brought into question.
Production DAVID PLATT
Five programmes written and presented by Michael Wood 3: The Town
When the Normans conquered England in 1066, they inherited the richest land in Europe, a land already bustling with towns. Michael Wood journeys through England, and finds the Middle Ages in the shadow of St Paul's
Cathedral, London, in the great market at Salisbury and in the rich medieval wool towns of East Anglia. On the Welsh borders he discovers the Norman frontier towns that died and looks for the exuberant town life of Totnes in the 18th century, and Manchester in the 19th, a town then described as being 'as great a human exploit as Athens'. But towns rise and towns fall. Why? As the industrial dream of our great Victorian cities fades, is there a future for towns at all? Photography HENRY FARRAR Film editor AMANDA SMITH
Executive producer BRUCE NORMAN Producer SANDRA GREGORY
by CHARLES DICKENS
Dramatised in ten episodes by JAMES ANDREW HALL
8: With mysterious abruptness, Steerforth has departed for a trip abroad. Mr Spenlow has discovered David's love-letters to his daughter Dora. Spenlow is furious and tells David he is never to see Dora again.
Jip trained by BELINDA MATTHEWS and GILL RADDINGS . Music composed and conducted by STEPHEN DEUTSCH Videotape editor NIGEL EVANS Script editor BRIAN WRIGHT Designer GAVIN DAVIES
Producer TERRANCE DICKS Director BARRY LETTS
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with Jan Leeming ; Weather
Dumfries, the queen of the south of Scotland, is this year celebrating its octocentenary as a burgh. Cliff Michelmore pays a return visit to a town he first saw in 1940 on his way back from the war in France. He meets Andrew Ratnam, a Tamil Christian living in exile, from Sri Lanka. Wilson Ogilvie talks to Cliff about one of Dumfries's most celebrated citizens, Robert Burns. Local Christians join together in the Crichton Memorial Church with the Dumfries Girls Choir.
The Lord will come (Montrose); Jesus calls us (St Andrew); Jesus, good above all other (Quern Pastores Laudavere); The man in life wherever placed (Jackson); The Lord of heaven confess (St John): Gabriel's message; O Jesus, I have promised (Day of Rest); Tell out, my soul (Woodlands)
Richard Beckinsale Fulton Mackay Brian Wilde
In this hilarious film version of the phenomenally successful TV series, habitual prisoner and eternal optimist Norman Fletcher is doing porridge again - detained at Her
Majesty's pleasure in Slade Prison. A celebrities-versus-prisoners football match is planned to provide cover for an escape attempt, in which Fletcher and his young cellmate become unwillingly involved.
Screenplay by DICK CLEMENT and IAN LA FRENAIS Produced by ALLAN MCKEOWN and IAN LA FRENAIS Directed by DICK CLEMENT
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with Jan Leeming ; Weather
A film with music in six parts by DENNIS POTTER starring with Janet Suzman and Patrick Malahide 4: Clues
'It's a good story innit?' 'What's it about?'
'I don't know yet, do I?' 'What do you mean?'
'I haven't finished it yet.'
Costume designer HAZEL PETHIG Film editor SUE WYATT
Photography KEN WESTBURY Designer JIM CLAY Produced by JOHN HARRIS and KENITH TRODD Directed by JON AMIEL
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First mysterious man:
Second mysterious man:
Philip (aged 10):
Mary, the lodger:
Mark Binney (aged 10):
House of Cards
Many of us will buy our
Christmas with credit cards, and sort out the payments in the New Year. Credit is easy to get and it's on the increase. But for some people, credit is a nightmare. At worst, people lose their homes, their marriages and even their will to live.
Martin Young reports on the phenomenon of credit, and examines the morality of it. Ought lenders to give us so much credit? Or ought we to discipline ourselves? Film editor CHRIS LYSAGHT Researcher ALISON HILLIARD Producer PATTI STEEPLES Director CARRIE THOMAS
Everyman editor DANIEL WOLF
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Dwarf in a Helium Hat
Rockfelt J., Rockford J. - a simple mistake that any murderer in a hurry could make....
Written by STEPHEN CANNELL and DAVID CHASE Directed by REZA BADIYI (R)