with Bryan Murray Jeffrey Longmore and Susan Leong
Why do Hindus celebrate
'harvest' every week? Why did some Christians hold a harvest of 'rubbish'? And what has that to do with Jesus and a bottle of perfume?
Director CEUA THOMSON Producer JUDY MERRY
He Will Baptise You with the Holy Spirit
Ann Easter joins
Evelyn Maloret in her home on the island of Jersey for a simple service of prayer and reflection.
Director HUGH FAUPEL
Series producer HELEN ALEXANDER BBC Bristol
A wildlife quiz
Johnny Morris faces the challenge of identifying beasts, their sounds and assorted pieces of natural history bric-a-brac - with the help of Sheila Anderson and Michael Stoddart.
Chairman Michael Jordan Producer JOHN DOBSON BBC Bristol (R)
The last of four programmes about how to make your business more successful, especially if English is your second language.
The Right Premises
To succeed, every business needs the right premises. But the risks involved in getting them can be enormous. Agostinho Freitas and Hansa Dabhi have been organising new premises for their businesses. How have they cut down on the risks? Film editor PETER ESSEX
Producer MARY SPRENT (R) (e)
Nostalgia is still what it used to be in France, and French television bears witness to the survival of revivals, particularly in the world of fashion and song. Consultant MICHEL KUHN
Producer TERRY DOYLE (R) (e)
French for beginners in the 11th of 15 programmes.
Snow threatens a colourful Mardi Gras festival.
Carolle Rousseau and Patrick Simpson-Jones show how to get things done - in a garage, a dry cleaner's and on the phone.
Studio director MARY SPRENT Producer DAVID WILSON (R) (e) Complementary programme on Radio 4 VHFjFM at 5. 00pm
Spanish for beginners in the sixth of 15 programmes
Yolanda Vazquez travels south to Madrid, stopping off to look round the historic city of Segovia. On the way, she shows how to ask for maps, petrol and a snack. Graphic designer ANNE SMITH Director STEPHEN MOSS
Producer DAVID WILSON (e)
. Complementary programme on Radio 4 VHF/FM at 5.30pm. For teachers' notes send cheque or PO for £2.50, payable to BSS. to: [address removed]
Deaf but Not Silent
From the current affairs series Spotlight, 'Deaf but Not Silent' is a critical look at the education of deaf children in Northern Ireland. Director CAROLYN BLEAHEN (e)
(Postponed from 6 December. Shown again Tuesday BBC2 at 2.15pm)
Agriculture's golden days of guaranteed prosperity and expansion are over. Political and public support for farmers is fading, while concern about food mountains and damage to the countryside is growing.
So what does the future hold in store for Britain's biggest industry? Three provocative and conflicting strategies are offered.
Producers MARTIN SMALL
MIKE DERBY. MICHAEL FITZGERALD
with Vivian White
Starting with News Summary An examination of the politics of privatisation with Energy Secretary Rt Hon Cecil Parkinson , mp.
Producer CHRISTINE CHAPMAN. ANDREW BROWN Director
NIGEL FINNIS Editor LYDIA HOWARD
FA Cup Third Round from Portman Road Ipswich Town v
Introduced by Jimmy Hill with special guest,
England team manager Bobby Robson
The FA Cup, won six times by Manchester United, has gone to East Anglia just once - ten years ago, when Bobby Robson 's Ipswich shocked Arsenal at Wembley.
Today, England's other
Robson, their captain Bryan, leads United in pursuit of further Cup honours.
Can he lift this trophy for the third time in six seasons? Though a divison higher, United will meet a stiff challenge if Ipswich, with John Duncan their new manager this season, maintain form that has put them well in the promotion Picture.
Commentators JOHN MOTSON With TREVOR BROOKING genes producer JOHN SHREWSBURY
Editor BOB ABRAHAMS
More family fun and facts as Bill Oddie , Debbie Rix ,
Billy Butler and this week's star guest answer more of your questions.
Call Faxline on [number removed]or write to: Bill Oddie. Fax. BBCtv, PO Box 173. Manchester M60 1FA Designer JOHN HOLLAND
Studio director CHRIS SALT Producer ALAN WALSH BBC North West
Introduced by Hugh Scully A lucky bid at a local farm sale purchased the finest model grocery market yet seen. Sock warmers, a rare Posset pot and a Japanese
'meal' in ivory and mother-of-Pearl complete the menu for this week's visit to Great Yarmouth. Directors
LOUISE CAPELL. DIANE READ
Producer CHRISTOPHER LEWIS BBC Bristol
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Eight keys to successful learning
Presented by Sue Edelson with the Go Go Boys 2: Feedback
Howard gets sympathy for his failed souffles. Felicia, an A-level student, gets design advice from a high-street consultant and Andy, a highways technician, finds out how to mend a hole in the road.
Film editor ALASTAIR MITCHELL
Assistant producer BARRY TOMAUN Produced by JULIAN STENHOUSE (e) A BBClOpen College book 'In the Know' price £3.95, is available from booksellers. An Open College course 'The Effective Learner: a Guide for People Studying', price £9.95. (inc p&p) is available from [address removed]
from Bangor Cathedral
Aled Jones talks to Ian Gall about his singing career, and how it all started while he was in the choir of Bangor Cathedral. JAMS NICHOLAS, former Archdruid of Wales, describes the poem which will be sung by another choir. PARTI LLEU, to the accompaniment of the harp; and MAUREEN AND
YORI WILLIAMS give a moving account of how they have brought up their severely handicapped son.
Members of all the churches of Bangor join the DEINIOL BRASS ENSEMBLE to sing their Songs of Praise.
At the name of Jesus (Camberwell); Round the Lord (Sanctus); Oh the word of my Lord; 0 worship the King (Hanover): Ave Verum; Dear Lord and Father (Repton); Swper olaf yr haf; Mine eyes have seen (John Brown )
Conductor ANDREW GOODWIN Organist ANDREW EVANS
Researcher KERENA MARCHANT Producer DAFYDD OWEN Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE
starring Peter Sellers Christopher Plummer Catherine Schell Herbert Lorn
The world's worst detective is back!
Jacques Clouseau has been demoted to patrolman but when the famous Pink Panther diamond is stolen, he is assigned to the case.
Screenplay by FRANK WALDRAN. BLAKE EDWARDS Produced and directed by BLAKE EDWARDS
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Sir Charles Litton:
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A That's Life special report on transplant surgery with Esther Rantzen Gavin Campbell Bill Buckley
Thousands of children and adults are now chronically ill, waiting for a transplant, the gift of life, which is their only hope. Many will wait in vain, many will die because of the tragic shortage of donor organs.
Four years after
Ben Hardwick first brought to public attention the acute shortage of donors, transplant surgery has achieved new miracles. And yet the waiting lists grow longer.
What are the solutions? In tonight's programme meet People who have been given new life by transplant, and those still on the waiting list. There's a report from America on the use of baboons' hearts and from India on the sale of human kidneys.
Transplant surgeon Sir Roy Calne, and Health Minister
Edwina Curry join a panel of guests to discuss the medical and ethical issues involved. Director ROBIN BEXTOR
FiLm editor RAY MILLICHOPE Research MARTIN WILSON and JACQUI BASS
Producer SHAUN WOODWARD Editor JOHN MORRELL
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The Yamaguchis' Story
Mr Yamaguchi is a typical Tokyo 'salaryman': workaholic, conformist and, like most Japanese, uninterested in religion.
When his wife discovers he's been having an affair, and tries to kill herself, their world is thrown into confusion.
In search of help,
Mrs Yamaguchi joins Shinnyuen, one of the new evangelistic Buddhist sects that have grown up in the post-war period. She becomes a 'born-again Buddhist'.
Mr Yamaguchi is horrified.
Buddhism for him is reserved for funeral services; he distrusts Shinnyuen's new-fangled style.
This film traces what happens to the Yamaguchis' marriage, and looks at how the new sects are answering the spiritual needs of people who have suffered the flip-side of the economic miracle. Film cameraman NIGEL MEAKIN Film editor MASAHIRO HIRAKUBO Producer JOHN-PAUL DAVIDSON Everyman editor JANE DRABBLE
Presented by Anneka Rice The first of eightprogrammes in which well-known personalities take up the sport of their choice. Starting off this week:
Paul Nicholas takes to the snooker tables, Leslie Ash goes to Silverstone to learn motor racing and Anneka Rice goes underground for her first pot-holing experience. 'You told me it was the sort of cave you could take your grandmother through. I'd like to meet your grandmother, that's all.'
Assistant producer VICKI MOORE Producer PETER RAMSDEN (R) (e)
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