with Bryan Murray Chris Lillicrap and Sita Ramamurthy How does a Christian adventure holiday help you tackle the death slide, and how did a Muslim girl face a band of cattle rustlers alone?
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Ann Easter joins
David Edwards in his home in Haverfordwest for a time of worship and prayer.
Mervyn Strand reflects on what Jesus meant when he said 'Follow me'. Readings: Timothy 2, W 8-13; Mark 1, w 14-20
Director HUGH FAUPEL Producer DAFYDD OWEN Producer ERNEST REA
Series producer HELEN ALEXANDER BBC Wales
Second of three programmes Presented by Brian Redhead The New Look: TI New World' Gas Cookers
How the battle has been fought against years of complacency and heavy losses. TI's gas cooker factory in Warrington has won new management, new designs and new production methods. Assistant producer FIONA PITCHER Producer BRIAN DA VIES (R) (e)
with Carlos Riera and Yolanda Vazquez
What's been happening in Spain over the past week; a look at the sophisticated comics read by many adults in Spain. And why is Miss Marple speaking Spanish? Director AMANDA FIDLER
Producer BERNARD ADAMS (e)
French for beginners in the last of 15 programmes.
A chance to measure your progress as Carolle Rousseau and Patrick Simpson-Jones look back over the French covered in the last four programmes.
Studio director MARY SPRENT Producer DAVID WILSON (R) (e) (Complementary programme on Radio 4 FM at 5. 00pm)
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Spanish for beginners in the tenth of 15 programmes
What do the Spanish like doing in their spare time?
Yolanda Vazquez finds out - and shows how to talk about your own leisure interests. She also takes a day off in Madrid and catches the 'Strawberry Train' to the royal palace at Aranjuez. Cameraman MIKE SPOONER Director STEPHEN MOSS
Producer DAVID WILSON (e)
Travel bursaries will be awarded to a few successful candidates in the achievement test. Send your applications for the test by 29 February to local test centres: addresses from [address removed]
Another chance to see recent programmes with sign language interpretation and subtitles added for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.
The Islanders - The Sea
Dennis Skillicorn meets the coxwain and crew of the Bembridge lifeboat;
Charlie Atrill , Yarmouth harbour master for 20 years; and the men of the Needles lighthouse. BBC Southampton (e)
Diversification is the key to survival for many farms, and in the last couple of years the ingenuity of British farmers has been tested in the search for alternative land use. One such idea is war games. Bob Davies reports from Hampshire.
Presenter Les Cottington producer MIKE DERBY
Series producer MARTIN SMALL
Robert Mitchum Julie London with Gary Merrill Pedro Armendariz Martin Brady - a — gunman wanted in the US for the killing of his father's murderer, crosses the Rio Grande on a gun-running mission to Texas. An unlucky accident forces him to stay put for two months and leads to his joining the famous Texas Rangers. Robert Mitchum stars in this exciting and unusual western.
Screenplay by ROBERT ARDREY Based on the novel by TOM LEA Produced by CHESTER ERSKINE Directed by ROBERT PARRISH 0 FILMS: page 16
Get a Job
When Twinky goes too far and decides to give the boys a pay cut, Balki and Larry rise up in a workers' revolt - they resign. But could this be a case of jumping out of the frying pan into the ... frying pan?
Written by BOB KEYES Directed by JOEL ZWICK
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, Box 173 Manchester M60 1FA Designer JOHN HOLLAND
Studio director CHRIS SALT Producer ALAN WALSH BBC North West
Introduced by Hugh Scully A pocket chronometer, a Glasgow School painting, an Irish silver coffee pot and the largest cuckoo clock yet seen make a good day for the experts when they visit Glasgow.
Directors DIANE REID. LOUISE CAPELL Producer CHRISTOPHER LEWIS BBC Bristol
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Eight keys to successful learning
Presented by Sue Edelson with The Go Go Boys 5: Researching
'Try the library. Get a manual. Talk to your tutor. A good project takes a lot of work.'
Effective research leads to better results. Felicia researches the needs of handicapped children in order to design better furniture for them. Howard shows Andy that effective reading is a piece of cake. Film editor PHILIP O'SHEA Production assistant CHRISTINE GUNNS
Produced by JULIAN STENHOUSE (e) A BBC/Open College book 'In the Know', £3. 95, from booksellers. An Open College course 'The Effective Learner: a Guide for People
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The divisions in Londonderry run as wide and as deep as the River Foyle that bisects the city into the Waterside and the City. In fact, 'to live across the river' can indicate whether you are catholic or protestant as effectively as the church you attend. But many in Derry today are attempting to build bridges towards those 'on the other side', like LIAM MCCLOSKEY , who at one time was in prison for terrorist offences. Roger Royle talks to him and other bridge-builders and people of faith in this Songs of Praise from St Columb's
Cathedral within the ancient walled city.
Let all the world (Luckington); All things bright and beautiful;
Make me a channel of your peace; I cannot tell (Londonderry air); Be not afraid; Abide with me (Eventide); In heavenly love abiding (Penlan); The God of love my shepherd is (St Columba)
Organist WILLIAM WEST
Conductor HAVELOCK NELSON Researcher KERENA MARCHANT Film director STEPHEN LYNAS Producer JAMES SKELLY Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Northern Ireland
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Ten episodes based on the books by JAMES HERRIOT 4:The Pig Man Comethby TERRY HODGKINSON starring with
Lionel Brough , a smallholder, has a motley collection of stock but when an inheritance allows him to go in for pig keeping in a big way, James has to diagnose a case of swine fever ...
Music composed by JOHNNY PEARSON Designer RAY LONDON
Produced by BILL SELLARS
Directed by PETER MOFFATT
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Living with Waltzing Matilda Alan Whicker introduces the fifth of ten films in Australia's bicentennial year. Beautiful people abound in Sydney, and more than a few exotic blooms are on display at Lady Primrose Potter 's fancy dress ball, where Diana 'Bubbles' Fisher, society columnist and daughter-in-law of a former Archbishop of Canterbury chronicles proceedings attired as Brunhilde. Then there is the annual Sleaze Ball where
6,000 gays in this, the gayest of cities, pogo through the night to the laser lighting of Jeff Hardy , who once decked the displays at Fortnum and Mason. But first
Alan Whicker meets the man who migrated 12,000 miles from East Ham - to become a dustman - and the orphan abandoned in a Cumbrian workhouse 50 years ago, who is now an Australian cabinet minister.
Assistant producer MO BOWYER Film cameraman RAY HENMAN
Sound recordist KEITH RODGERSON Film editor LIZ THOYTS Producer ROGER MILLS BBC Bristol
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Presented by Esther Rantzen Consumer advice, investigations, misprints, mishaps and real-life humour drawn from your letters. With Gavin Campbell Doc Cox , Adrian Mills Grant Baynham
Director ROBIN BEXTOR
Producer BRYHER SCUDAMORE Co-editor ESTHER RANTZEN Editor JOHN MORRELL
Write to: That's Life! BBC Lime Grove Studios, London W12 7RJ
written by PENNY CROIT and VAL HUDSON starring Simon Cadell and Carol Royle
Third of six episodes
Jenny decides to make a go of her relationship with Larry.
Title music written and sung by PENNY CROFT
Executive producer ROBIN NASH Produced and directed by SUSAN BELBIN (R)
Tell Us the Good News
In America, the Gospel is preached over the television airwaves by evangelists like Jimmy Swaggart , eager to win the hearts, minds and dollars of their audience for Christ.
Can it, will it happen here? Jim Woolsey hopes so. He has sold the Jimmy Swaggart telecast to 148 countries. Now he wants to bring it to Britain. Hard on his heels are fervent British companies, with their own productions, who believe the BBC and IBA have sold viewers short on religion. Until now the costs have been too high for individual enterprise. But will the growth of cable and satellite mean the price is now right for the prophets of the electronic Gospel to enter the sitting rooms of the nation?
Rosemary Hartill examines religious television today and asks whether change is in the air.
Film cameraman DAVID SOUTH Film editor MIKE ROBOTHAM Producer DAVID WILLCOCK
Everyman editor JANE DRABBLE
Presented by Anneka Rice
Fourth of eight programmes Stan Boardman gets his chance to learn to scuba dive, Brian Blessed continues with his longbow, and Marti Caine finishes with a ski-ing trip around the Matterhorn.
Assistant producer VICKI MOORE Producer PETER RAMSDEN (e)
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