Carol Chell, Stuart Bradley and Simon Davies say Hallo Again with songs, games and play ideas.
Story: "Mrs Lather's Laundry" by Allan Ahlberg and Andre Amstutz
This morning's service comes from Bamford Chapel near Rochdale.
The worship is led by the minister, the Rev Ivor Rees.
The preacher is the Rev Tony Burnham , Moderator of the North Western Province of the United Reformed Church. Readings: Isaiah 55, vv 1-9 Matthew 18. w 23-35
Hymns: Praise to the Lord the Almighty (Lobe Den Herren ); Father of mercies (Lyndhurst Road) Psalm 17: Jesus is Lord
Anthem: Prayer of St Francis (West) Organist GEOFFREY OGDEN Choirmaster WALTER BRISK Television presentation NOEL VINCENT
A marketplace of ideas
Join Judi Spiers and find out how you can save time, effort and, above all, money.
Make a cosy wrap to ward off winter chills, and filling meals for inner warmth. Find out how to build up your savings and how to cut the cost of being ill. Director DAVE THOMAS
Producer CLARE BRIGSTOCKE
A six-part introduction to the language and people
4: Alfama, the Alentejo, and the April Revolution
On 25 April 1974, Europe's most recent revolution ended 48 years of dictatorship in Portugal. It brought, among other things, a hard-fought legacy of land reform to the stunning sun-drenched region of the Alentejo, in southern Portugal, where the cork oak and the co-operative dominate the landscape.
Presented by Roberta Fox Production assistant ELIZABETH MCDOWELL
Producer TERRY DOYLE (R)
Book, £7.95, and twin-cassette pack, £7.95, from retailers
withChantal Cuer Director MARK LUCAS
Series producer BERNARD ADAMS
French for beginners in the fourth of 15 programmes.
With CaroUe Rousseau and Patrick Simpson-Jones Studio director MARY SPRENT Producer david WILSON (R) (e)
A series of 15 programmes of Spanish for beginners.
Spain is the most visited country in Europe - and also one of the least known.
Espana Viva shows Spain as the Spanish know it: the country, the people and their language.
In the first programme, Yolanda Vazquez visits the beautiful Atlantic coast of Santander and shows how to start a conversation in Spanish.
Two programmes from the Feeling Great series with sign language and subtitles added for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.
In the first programme
Roy Castle finds out how exercise can help you feel better and get more out of life. In the second, he finds out how you can measure your stamina or fitness and why it is important to get a little out of breath every day. Director BRIAN DAVIES Producer PETER RIDING
Record numbers of calves are being exported to France. It's good for the balance of payments, but at heavy cost to the animals and British beef producers threatened with ruin.
Producer ANNE BROWN
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. Producers
VANESSA DOWELL , LEONI JAMESON Editor LYDIA HOWARD
by Michael Robartes and Tony McHale.
"But I've changed, Dot... I've changed. I'm getting too old for a wayward life. It's time I settled down."
Liverpool v Everton
Introduced by Jimmy Hill with Trevor Brooking
Of the 136 League derbies played between the giants of Merseyside, all of them in the First Division, Liverpool have won 48 to Everton's 47, with 41 games drawn. These clubs head the parade of champions, Liverpool having won the title 16 times and Everton taking their total to nine last season.
Since then, Liverpool have sold Ian Rush to Italy, the exciting talents of John Barnes and Peter Beardsley have arrived, and John Aldridge has scored in match after match in the Barclays League this season.
Everton's main change has been in command, with Colin Harvey promoted to succeed Howard Kendall. The man to watch: Everton's number 9 Graeme Sharp, shooter of six goals in two matches in October.
Where do you shop for fresh bamboo, reindeer moss and fruit flies? Why do the elephants learn Singhalese? Will the latest attractions keep the turnstiles turning?
Just a few of the questions raised by Michael Jordan, Jeremy Cherfas, and Nick Davies in a series of live programmes from London Zoo. Today, in the highlights of their week at the zoo, they reveal the delights, the dramas and the problems of managing the largest collection of wild animals in Britain.
by William Makepeace Thackeray
Dramatised in 16 episodes by Alexander Baron
Sian Phillips as Miss Matilda Crawley
Freddie Jones as Sir Pitt Crawley
Amelia: Rebecca Saire
Benedict Taylor as George Osborne
Dobbin: Simon Dormandy
Jack Klaff as Rawdon Crawley
Becky: Eve Matheson
Amelia 's life is in tatters after the Battle of Waterloo, but Becky Sharp is already planning a new campaign.
Music composed and conducted by:
Miss Matilda Crawley:
Sir Pitt Crawley:
Col Sir Michael O'Dowd:
How to Get Things Changed Six programmes about the skills and tactics of citizen action at the grassroots. 1: Help!
Define your problem. Target who will help. Contact them. Keep up the pressure.
Success stories: Edinburgh cyclists, Fen Ditton villagers, Epping Townswomen's Guild. With Andy de la Tour as the citizen
Graphics LAURENCE HENRY Film editor NINA TIMPERI
Series producer TONY ROBERTS Producer PAUL SIMONS (e)
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de la Tour
with Moira Stuart; Weather
All Saints Day from Salisbury Cathedral
Salisbury is one of England's most beautiful and historic cities, and its pride is its magnificent cathedral, completed in 1258. On the day when we celebrate all the Christian saints, the young people of Salisbury have come together to sing their Songs of Praise, including one especially written to raise money to save the cathedral's spire.
Pam Rhodes talks to JOLIE
COMPTON and discovers why the spire is in danger. She also meets JULIAN PAISEY , who has been awarded the cathedral's first organ studentship.
For all the saints (Sine nomine): I will sing. I will sing: Songs of praise the angels sang (Northampton); Save our spire: Come, my way, my truth, my life: Spirit of God (Skye boat song); Glory be to God on high
(EastEnders): Non nobis, Domine! Conductor BARRY ROSE Organist DAVID HALLS
Film director VALETTA STALLABRASS Producer DAVID KREMER Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE
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Written by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey
Starring Richard Briers, Penelope Wilton, Peter Egan
with Stanley Lebor, Geraldine Newman
A series in 13 parts devised by GERARD GLAISTER and ALLAN PRIOR starring
Episode 9 by DOUGLAS WATKINSON
'Not only did she accuse my mother of being an antique, she started telling me how to run my business!'
SIMON MAY and LESUE OSBORNE Designer JIM HATCHARD Script consultant
Script editor MARK LYONS
Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director FRANK w SMITH
Record: 'Simons' Way ' REB 594; cassette: ZCF 594, from retailers
Sir Edward Frere:
Sir John Stevens:
DJ Richard Mallett:
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
Sound supervisor JOHN HOWELL Lighting director DAVE LOCK Designer ROGER HARRIS
Produced and directed by ROBIN NASH
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Clerk of the court:
by OLIVIA MANNING
Screenplay in seven parts by ALAN PLATER
4: October 1940. Unwittingly betrayed by Prince Yakimov, Guy's name has appeared on a Gestapo 'death list'. The Pringle flat has been ransacked and the Jewish refugee, Sasha Drucker , has disappeared. Bucharest is overrun by Germans and it is time for the English to move on. Harriet, alone, waits anxiously for Guy to join her in Athens.
Music composed and conducted by RICHARD HOLMES
Film editor TARIQ ANWAR Photography DAVID FEIG Designer TIM HARVEY
Producer BETTY WILLINGALE Director JAMES CELLAN JONES
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with Moira Stuart ; Weather
Is God an American?
Over the past ten years, Guatemala has been the focus for the most aggressive evangelisation process since the Spanish conquistadores came to Latin America.
Today, nearly one third of the population are 'born again' Christians - mostly Pentecostals like the American TV evangelist Jimmy Swaggart , whose crusades have become one of the country's most popular television programmes.
For Swaggart, Guatemala is in the front line of a battle between good and evil, with the Roman Catholic Church and the Communists cast together in the role of Satan. This religious conflict now threatens further divisions among the Indian communities, already the worst sufferers from a decade of bitter civil war.
Film cameraman DAVID SOUTH Film editor RON TAYLOR
Producer JOHN PAUL DAVIDSON Everyman editor JANE DRABBLE
Six speculations on life in the computer age with Robert Powell
4: The Pact
Imagine that power has shifted from the Atlantic to the Pacific Basin; that
America, Japan, Australia and China form a military and commercial alliance. Suppose that warfare has become so automated that human reflexes are too slow to compete; that tanks and planes under the control of computers fight without people on board, and even declaring war is automated. Could an insurgent group in the Philippines accidentally start the countdown to the Third World War? Sound DOUG MAWSON
Graphic designer CLIVE HARRIS Producer PAUL KRIWACZEK
The CIS Insurance
United Kingdom Indoor
Singles Bowls Championship Two matches took place this evening in the UK Indoor Singles Championship.
Leading the way was crown green favourite,
NOEL BURROWS , who wished to progress into the second round with a victory over Scotsman, NEIL MCGHEE.
The other game was between 1985 champion JIM BAKER and ALLAN MCCARLEY.
Introduced by DAVID ICKE from the Guild Hall, Preston Commentators
DAVID RHYS JONES
Summarisers MAL HUGHES
DAVID MCGILL , JOHN BELL Television presentation
MIKE ADLEY. PETER HAYWARD Producer KEITH PHILLIPS
Executive producer IAN EDWARDS BBC North West