Chloe Ashcroft, Lloyd Johnston and Nick Mercer say Hallo Again
Dr Una Kroll shares several ways in which to begin to pray, and which can lead to a deeper understanding of who God is.
Producer HELEN ALEXANDER
I Am the Bread of Life
Gary Davies joins Sandra Holmes at her home in Plaistow, in London's East End, for a simple service of worship and reflection. Readings: Exodus 16, vv 9-12 John 6, vv 28-35
Director HUGH FAUPEL
Series producer HELEN ALEXANDER
A marketplace of ideas
Join Judi Spiers and find out how you can save time, effort and, above all, money.
This week, Eamonn Holmes learns to fend for himself: lesson one - how to cook something easy and fast.
There's also the beginning of Barbara Daly 's basic make-up course, and the guinea
Pigs are the NEWTON family, grandmother, mother and daughter. The Newtons also get tips on how the same dress can be accessorised differently for three generations. And, how to save money on heating bills with hints from the Property Doctor.
Director DAVE THOMAS
Series producer ERICA GRIFFITHS Producer CLARE BRIGSTOCKE
(e) For free leaflet send a large sae to
A six-part introduction to the language and people 3: The Land -A Terra
Travel to the regions of the north - the Minho, and Tras-os-Montes - where you'll find some of the most beautiful scenery in Portugal.
Visit Oporto, its capital, and the Douro valley at harvest time, when the grapes that go to make port wine are trodden in traditional style, to the sound of the accordion and the drum.
Presented by Roberta Fox Production assistant ELIZABETH MCDOWELL
Producer TERRY DOYLE (R)
Book £7.95 and pack of two cassettes £7.95 from retailers
Presented by Chantal Cuer Director MARK LUCAS
Assistant producer DANIELLA DANGOOR Series producer BERNARD ADAMS
French for beginners in the third of 15 programmes.
You don't need any French to shopinaFrenchsupermarket. But with a few simple phrases you can enjoy the colour of the local market or the épicerie. With Carolle Rousseau and Patrick Simpson-Jones Film director FRANK ASH
Producer DAVID WILSON (R) (e) Book, teachers notes, computer software and cassettes available from booksellers and BBC Publications. For French transcripts of the series send cheque or POfor £1.50 (payable to BSS) to: [address removed]
The last of five programmes with Andrew Sachs and his guide from Barcelona, Manuel. La Fiesta de San Fermin
Andrew and Manuel drive to Pamplona for the famous bull-running fiesta.
Language consultant DEREK UTLEY Production assistant SUZY MILLER Producer BERNARD ADAMS (R) (e) Book, £2.50. cassette £3.95 from retailers. For teachers' notes send A sae with 43p stamp and cheque or PO for £1.50 (payable to LBE) to: [address removed]
News and entertainment with sign language and subtitles. With Clive Mason , Maureen Denmark and John Lee
Produced by EDDIE MONTAGUE (e)
Thirty Years On with John Humphrys With three decades of prosperity and expansion well and truly over, which way now for British agriculture? Last week, three radical and conflicting solutions were offered for the troubled times ahead. In the last programme of this 30th anniversary series, the leaders of farming and countryside interests try to create a common prospectus for the future of rural Britain. Producers
MIKE DERBY. MICHAEL FITZGERALD Series producer MARTIN SMALL BBC Pebble Mill
with Vivian White
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. Reporter JOHN PENYGATE Producers MARGARET BUDY CHRISTINE CHAPMAN Editor LYDIA HOWARD
by Tony Holland.
"No one in the world can change Den and Angie... They're in a circle, see - trapped..."
continues a season of films starring the celebrated comic actor. Today with Victor Mature Britt Ekland
Aldo Vanucci , alias 'the Fox' hits on a novel way of getting manpower for a bullion hijack; he persuades an entire village that they're movie extras under his 'direction', and sets them to work!
Aldo Vanucci. ...PETER SELLERS Tony Powell. ...VICTOR MATURE
Screenplay by NEIL SIMON Produced by JOHN BRYAN
Directed by VITTORIO DE SICA
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Chief of Interpol:
with Mike Smith
Janet Ellis and Chris Goffey Biggest, best, most advanced -just some of the superlatives that are bandied about at motor shows around the world, and the 1987 London Motor Show at Earl's Court is no exception.
Alternating with the British Motor Show at the NEC in Birmingham, Motorfair provides the car-buying public with a unique opportunity to see what the world's car manufacturers have in store for them in the coming year.
Whether a potential buyer or just window shopping, join the team for a look at all the new models and the latest in technology as well as a chance to pause and wallow in some of the great cars of the past. Producers
DENIS W. GARTSIDE , CHRIS WRIGHT Executive producer TOM ROSS BBC Pebble Mill
by WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
Dramatised in 16 episodes by ALEXANDER BARON starring
8: The Girl I Left Behind Me The men go off to battle and the women are left to wait.
While Amelia worries about the safety of her beloved George, Becky Sharp has plans to make and scores to settle.
Music composed and conducted by NIGEL HESS
Visual effects designer STUART MURDOCH
Script editor PHILLIPPA GILES Designer GAVIN DAVIES
Producer TERRANCE DICKS
Director DIARMUID LAWRENCE
as George Osborne:
as Rawdon Crawley:
Cliff Michelmore and Maggie Philbin report on the latest charity news.
Sally Jones appeals on behalf of the Ironbridge Gorge
Museum Development Trust, a vast complex covering some 75 acres along the River Severn in east Shropshire. The museum works to preserve buildings and artefacts which played a significant part in the Industrial Revolution. The aim is to turn the Ironbridge Gorge into a place of pilgrimage, tourism and education, while at the same time generating jobs in an area of high unemployment. But the trust needs funds to continue its vital preservation work and to expand and develop the site. Please send donations to: Sally Jones
Producer JILL DAWSON
with Moira Stuart
Ian Gall visits a busy town which provides the starting point for the many tourists who come to visit the Hebridean islands along the west coast of Scotland. He learns the mysteries of lobster fishing from Graham Clark; he meets Drs Kate
and Mac Armstrong, whose practice covers 500 square miles; and a local farmer Malcolm Macdonald and, introduces a sheepdog with four-wheel drive.
All creatures of our God and king (Lasst uns erfreuen); Laoidh Chaluim Chille - hymn to St Columba; All things bright and beautiful (Royal Oak); The king of love my shepherd is. (Dominus regit me); A Thigheama Dhia - How great thou art; Thou art before me Lord (Sursum corda); Be thou my vision (Slane); Now thank we all our God (Nun Danket).
Conductor JEAN GILLIES
Organist NORMAN NICHOLSON Producers DAVID KREMER MICHAEL A. SIMPSON
Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE - BBC Scotland.
Records and cassettes: 'Songs of Praise Vol 2' REC 338, zcm 338; 'Your Songs of Praise Choice' REC 469, ZCM 469, Top Ten Hymns: the most popular hymns from BBC T.V 's Songs of Praise REC 556, ZCM 556
Compact disc: 'Top Twenty Hymns viewers of BBC T.V 's Songs of Praise top choice of hymns BBC CD 579, from retailers.
written by JOHN ESMONDE and BOB LARBEY starring
Penelope Wilton Peter Egan with Stanley Lebor Geraldine Newman
Film cameraman EUGENE CARR Mudio sound LEN SHOREY
Lighting director MIKE JEFFERIES Designer ERIC WALMSLEY Produced and directed by HAROLD SNOAD
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A series in 13 parts devised by GERARD GLAISTER and ALLAN PRIOR
Episode 8 by ANTHONY OSBORN 'If I go ahead with the Barracuda, Charles, you'll refuse to support me?'
'If you go ahead, Avril, I'll fire you.'
SIMON MAY and LESLIE OSBORNE Designer JIM HATCHARD Script consultant
Script editor MARK LYONS
Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director FRANK w. SMITH
starring as Tom Howard:
as Ken Masters:
and as Sir Edward Frere:
Sir John Stevens:
written by CARLA LANE
The story of the Boswells, a family of lovable rogues, their unity, loyalty and ability to survive in today's world.
Title music by DAVID MACKAY
Film cameraman KEVIN ROWLEY Film sound RICHARD MERRICK Designer ROGER HARRIS
Produced and directed by ROBIN NASH
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by OLIVIA MANNING
Screenplay in seven parts by ALAN PLATER
3: June 1940. To Harriet's intense annoyance, Prince Yakimov has taken up permanent residence in the Pringle flat while they secretly shelter
Sasha Drucker who is in hiding from the Iron Guard. France has fallen and Romania is forging an alliance with the Germans.
Make-up designer ELIZABETH ROWELL
Photography DAVID FEIG Designer TIM HARVEY
Film editor TARIQ ANWAR
Producer BETTY WILLINGALE Director JAMES CELLAN JONES
(Emma Thompson appears in 'Women of the Year; Tuesday BBC1 at 10.2Opm)
Freddi von Flugel:
Man on train:
Woman on train:
with Moira Stuart ; Weather
The Loneliest Journey
Caring for people in the last stages of cancer requires more than medical and nursing skills.
It involves accompanying patients and their relatives through fear, anger and mourning to acceptance.
In this moving film shot in St Luke's Hospice, Plymouth, a husband and wife share the faith that sustains them through ravaging illness.
A mother and daughter find a new closeness as they come to terms with a cruelly mishandled diagnosis. Dr Sheila Cassidy , the medical director of St Luke's, explains her approach to the care of terminal cancer. Film cameraman ALEX HANSEN Film editor RON TAYLOR Producer ANGELA TILBY Editor JANE DRABBLE
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Six speculations on life in the computer age with Robert Powell 3: The Ripple
Suppose that the global financial system becomes totally automated; that anyone with a computer and a telephone can deal in shares, bonds and currency from anywhere in the world. Imagine that more and more companies pull out of manufacturing and devote their resources to playing the international money markets. Then could a simple computer fault make
Britain's banks collapse? Film editor JOHN DINWOODIE
Production assistant JILL BUTLER Producer PAUL KRIWACZEK