Liz Watts and friends say Hallo Again with songs, games and play ideas.
'About all sorts of noises' Story: Peace at Last by JILL MURPHY
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Director ADRIAN MILLS
Series producer CHRISTINE HEWITT Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
A marketplace of ideas
Join Judi Spiers and find out how you can save time, effort and, above all, money.
This week, Eamonn Holmes , Bazaar's prize student, gets to grips with microwave cooking. Lesson two of Make-up Masterclass with Barbara Daly deals with blusher and powder. And Tony van den Bergh instructs his fellow pensioners on how to demand action. Plus advice on condensation and tips on how to revamp your wardrobe for pennies. Director DAVE THOMAS
Series producer ERICA GRIFFITHS Producer CLARE BRIGSTOCKE
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Presented by Chantal Cuer Director MARK LUCAS
Series producer BERNARD ADAMS
Spanish for beginners in the second of 15 programmes
Yolanda Vazquez shows how to order drinks and introduce yourself to people. She also visits a fishing village on Spain's north coast. Film editor LUIS ESPANA Director STEPHEN MOSS Producer DAVID WILSON
(Complementary programme on Radio 4 VHFIFM at 5. 30pm)
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Their Name Liveth for
This morning, at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, HM The Queen lays her wreath of red Flanders poppies on behalf of the nation, in memory of those who laid down their lives in the two world wars.
The Bishop of London, the Rt Rev Graham Leonard conducts a short act of worship. The morning ends with the great march past by the Royal British Legion and 6,000 ex-servicemen and women.
Music played by MASSED
BANDS OF THE GUARDS DIVISION andPIPERSOFTHEIRISHGUARDS Commentator Tom Fleming Senior director of music LT COL M.G. LANE
Television presentation IAN SMITH
A time for prayer and reflection as the Rev Linda Mary Evans introduces letters for Remembrance Day. Director STEVE BENSON
Series producer HELEN ALEXANDER
News and entertainment with sign language and subtitles. With Clive Mason , Maureen Denmark and John Lee
Produced by EDDIE MONTAGUE (e)
'We know we can always depend on the weather to let us down.' The prophetic words of Kentish winemakers, who struggle through wind and rain in an attempt to rival the Continental competition. Reporter CLAIRE POWELL Producer MIKE DERBY
Series producer MARTIN SMALL BBC Pebble Mill
with Vivian White
Starting with News Summary Producers
CATHY HOLT , VIRGINIA ASHCOMBE Director NIGEL FINNIS Editor LYDIA HOWARD
by Bill Lyons and Juliet Ace.
"This is a dream come true, Charlie, an answer to my prayers. Having me beloved family under one roof at last."
continues a season of films starring the celebrated comic actor. Today with Terry-Thomas, Peggy Mount.
When a group of well-known personalities - a television comedian, an authoress, a peer, a glamorous model - are blackmailed by the editor of a scandal sheet, they each decide that he would be better off dead.
Unfortunately plans backfire and the quartet decide to gang together... Peter Sellers is in sparkling form as the many-faceted comedian who is a master of disguise.
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in King Arthur's. Court (R)
War Poets of 39 'He died who loved to live, ' they'll say.
'Unselfishly so we might have today!'
Like hell! He fought because he had to fight;
He died that's all. It was his unlucky night.
The unsentimental voice of experience characterises the poems of the Second World War. Dennis McHarrie bitterly records the death of a fellow airman.
Spike Milligan was driven to write his first poem by the sound of the London Scottish burying their dead.
General Sir John Hackett introduces dramatised readings of the work of airmen, soldier, sailor and women poets who give a unique insight on war, and commends the work of the Salamander Oasis Trust who have published them. Cast:
PAUL MCGANN , PAUL JESSON
NEIL DUDGEON , IRENE RICHARD Associate producer LUCY PARKER Producer PETER LEE-WRIGHT
'Open Space' is the series where the public can make programmes under their own editorial control with help from Community Programme Unit.
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by WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
Dramatised in 16 episodes by ALEXANDER BARON starring and 10: How to Live Well on Nothing a Year
Six years have passed since Becky and Amelia both gave birth to sons - but Becky Sharp doesn't let motherhood cramp her style.
Music composed and conducted by NIGEL HESS
Videotape editor MIKE BLOORE Script editor PHILLlPPA GILES Designers
GAVIN VA VIES, SALLY ENGELBACH Producer TERRANCE DICKS
Director MICHAEL OWEN MORRIS
Sir Pitt Crawley:
How to Get Things Changed Six programmes about the skills and tactics of citizen action at the grassroots. 2: Good Councilling
Taking on local authority officials - with help from your friendly councillor.
Success stories: a Kettering punk group, pensioners in Walsall. With
Graphics LAURENCE HENRY Film editor NINA TIMPERI
Series producer TONY ROBERTS Producer PAUL SIMONS (e)
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Andy de La
with Moira Stuart ; Weather
for Remembrance Sunday from the West London Synagogue
This weekend people everywhere have been remembering the men and women who died for their country in wartime.
Tonight Songs of Praise joins London's Jewish community in thinking of those who lost their lives, and in particular the six million Jews who were murdered in the Holocaust of the Second World War.
Cliff Michelmore talks to survivors of the concentration camps about their experiences to find out how man and God can come to terms with the extremes of human wickedness.
Sh'ma Yisrael; 0 God our help in ages past (St Anne); Yihyu l'ratzon; Zog nit keinmol; El male rachamim; Dona, dona; Ani ma'amin; 0 se shalom; The Last Post
Conductor SYDNEY FIXMAN Organist
CHRISTOPHER BOWERS-BROADBENT Assistant producers
STEPHEN LYNAS, HUGH FAUPEL Producer DAVID KREMER Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE
written by JOHN ESMONDE and BOB LARBEY starring Richard Briers Penelope Wilton , Peter Egan with Stanley Lebor Geraldine Newman Designer
ERIC WALMSLEY Produced and directed by HAROLD SNOAD
A series in 13 parts devised by GERARD GLAISTER and ALLAN PRIOR starring and Episode 10 by DOUGLAS WATKINSON 'Charles Frere is not interested in buying me. He's interested in breaking me. There's a none too subtle difference.'
Title music SIMON MAY and LESLIE OSBORNE Designer BOB HUTTON Script consultant
Script editor MARK LYONS
Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director MICHAEL E. BRIANT
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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
Sound supervisor DAVE THOMPSON Lighting director DAVE LOCK Designer ROGER HARRIS
Produced and directed by ROBIN NASH
Billy Boswell ,:
by OLIVIA MANNING
Screenplay in seven parts by ALAN PLATER
5:April 1941 As German troops advanced into Greece and the Allied forces mobilised, Harriet's brief encounter with a young army officer came to an end. As the English community prepared to leave Athens, Prince Yakimov was tragically killed, and Guy and Harriet escaped in the nick of time on a derelict cargo boat.
Costume designer CHRISTINE RAWUNS
Film editor TARIQ ANWAR Designer TIM HARVEY
Photography DAVID FEIG
Producer BETTY WlLLINGALE Director JAMES CELLAN JONES
Title music RESL 221 from retailers
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Sir Desmond Hooper:
with Moira Stuart
'I had found a way of life that elated me: I tasted briefly, the nectar of the Gods ...'
But when the round-the-world motorcyclist Ted Simon got back from his four-year, 64,000-mile journey round the globe, he found it impossible to settle in Britain. To the eye of a man who had immersed himself in the cultures of 45 different countries, the British seemed to have sold their soul to materialism. His best-selling account of his trip, Jupiter's Travels, mapped the different, inner road he had found while riding his bike. To try to preserve that vision, he fled to a remote valley in North America.
Now Everyman has brought Ted Simon back to make a new journey, from London to the Scottish islands, meeting the readers who've responded to his book and its insights. Can they show him a Britain worthy of making a home in? Film cameraman RUSS WALKER
Film editor RICHARD TRAYLER SMITH Producer JOHN GERAINT
Everyman editor JANE DRABBLE BBC Wales
Six speculations on life in the computer age. with Robert Powell
5: The Forgery
Suppose that artificial intelligence research finally pays off: that computers write poetry, paint pictures, compose music. Imagine that television can do without actors and radio no longer needs the human voice; that a film producer used technology to recreate a famous film star's presence on the screen and the star took legal action. What if the ultimate prophesy of computer science came true; if machines outstripped the ability of human brain?
Would there be anything left for people to do?
Video effects DAVE CHAPMAN
Assistant producer JONATHAN DRORI Producer PAUL KRlWACZEK
The Final from CalcuttaTONY GUBBA introduces highlights of the final. Commentators in India
Television presentation DDI, India Producer KEITH MACKENZIE