The Cost of Discipleship The last programme of this series for Lent
Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth
Archbishop Desmond Tutu speaks from his home in Cape Town. He explores this Beatitude from his many years of struggling for a peaceful solution to the conflict in South Africa. Gary Davies joins a multiracial Christian group in Wolverhampton in a live act of worship.
Producer ROGER HUTCHINGS
Series producer HELEN ALEXANDER Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE
Second of four films aimed at the parents of children with a mental handicap
In the Beginning talking to other parents and getting the help of understanding professionals can be a big help. Commentary by Sir Brian Rix , former
Secretary-General, MENCAP Film editor ROGER GUERTIN
Producer ROBERT CLAMP (R) (e)
Philip Wrixon talks to
Professor Ron Bell , Director General of the Agricultural Development and Advisory Service. Brendan Farrow reports from the Central
African Republic on a joint United Nations, European
Community project to bring modern agricultural techniques to the country's nomadic herders.
Cameraman MOHAMED SHAFFI
Film director BRENDAN FARROW Series producer MIKE DERBY BBC Pebble Mill
continues a season of films to celebrate the 80th birthday of the distinguished British actor, today with Michael Redgrave Rosamund John
Douglass Montgomery Renee Asherson
This deeply moving portrait of the men of the RAF is one of the outstanding British movies of the war years.
Screenplay by TERENCE RATTIGAN and ANATOLE DE GRUNWALD
Produced by ANATOLE DE GRUNWALD Directed by ANTHONY ASQUITH
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Barry Davies introduces the final competitive performances of some of the world's top skating stars as they reach the climax of their amateur career.
Traditionally, the world championships following the Winter Olympics are the stage for their curtain calls and this afternoon fans say goodbye to those who have chosen to move on. ALAN WEEKS describes the farewell routines of the two
BRIANS, BOITANO and ORSAR, and the contrasting
'Carmens'of KATARINA witt and DEBI THOMAS.
Television presentation MTV, Hungary
Producer ALASTAIR SCOTT
Executive producer JIM RESIDE
Your regular Sunday tonic of family fun and facts as Bill Oddie , Debbie Rix
Billy Butler and this week's special guest Toyah Willcox answer more of your questions.
Call Faxline [number removed]or write to: Bill Oddie ,
Fax, BBCtv, PO Box 173, Manchester M60 1FA.
Designer STEPHEN BRADSHAW
Studio director MICHELE BURGESS Producer CHRIS SALT
Executive producer ALAN WALSH BBC Manchester
with Desmond Morris and Sarah Kennedy
Is the dolphin truly the St Christopher of the sea, capable of developing a real bond with humans? Why has the ancient Persian sport of polo earned such royal approval? How can pets make people healthier?
Desmond and Sarah report from the royal borough of Windsor on some of the remarkable relationships between people and the animals in their lives.
Desmond meets the smiling dog of the Urals and the curly dog from Europe which outsmarts its American opposition. And he discovers a common bond between
Buffalo Bill and Jean Rook of the Daily Express. Sarah welcomes the animal kingdom's version of Esther Rantzen. She also watches the Prince of Wales lead his polo team to victory and learns from his polo manager. Major Ronald Ferguson , of the joys and risks of the sport. Research
POLLY PHILLIPS. MARK STEPHEN Director KATE KINNINMONT Producer IAN CHRISTIE Editor DAVID MARTIN BBC Scotland
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for Palm Sunday from Perth St John's Kirk is one of the best-preserved burghal churches of the 15th century to survive in Scotland. It has always been central to the life of its community: tonight is no exception. This programme begins with a medieval procession symbolising Christ's triumphal entry into Jerusalem.
Ian Gall talks to local people about their faith, and choirs and congregations from the area join together to sing their choice of hymns with the Perth Schools Orchestra. All glory, laud and honour (St
Theodulph); 0 sacred head. sore wounded (Passion Chorale); Lord God, your love has called us here
(Rybum); 0 Love that wilt not let me go (St Margaret); Brother James 's air; When I survey the wondrous cross (Rockingham); My song is love unknown (Love Unknown); Ride on! Ride on in majesty (Winchester New) Organist HENRY NEIL
Conductor EOIN BENNET
Assistant producer HUGH FAUPEL Producer MICHAEL A. SIMPSON Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Scotland
Starring Dudley Moore, Mary Tyler Moore, Katherine Healy
Would-be Congressman Patrick Dalton is charmed by Niki, a precocious 12-year-old he meets at a fund-raising party. But when her mother, the wealthy Charlotte Dreyfus, tries to bribe him into letting Niki work on his campaign he is indignant and refuses her offer. Undeterred Charlotte pleads with him, finally revealing a tragic secret about Niki's future...
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Presented by Esther Rantzen Consumer advice, investigations, misprints, mishaps and real-life humour drawn from the letters you send each week.
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! BBCIV
Lime Grove. London W12 7RJ
It is regretted that it is not possible to answer all your letters.
written by PENNY CROFT starring Simon Cadell and Carol Royle
Jenny has spent the night at George's. She tries to get hold of Larry to explain that things are not quite as straightforward as they seem. But Larry has decided it's time to toughen up and become a proper estate agent - cold and ruthless. He's determined to make a lot of money, but he hasn't reckoned on Mrs Matthews and her husband Cyril. and Title music written and sung by PENNY CROFT
Studio sound MARTIN DEANE Studio lighting GEOFF BEECH Designer GARRY FREEMAN Produced and directed by SUSAN BELBIN
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with Joan Bakewell
Moral issues are now making their own headlines. Behind the daily and often sensational news events lies a clash of views as to how people should respond as individuals and as a society. Joan Bakewell examines just such an issue: its social and political context and the dilemma it presents for those at the Heart of the Matter. Film editor MIKE ALOOF Producer BRIAN LEITH
Series producer OLGA EDRIDGE
First in a series of eight programmes on making music in a modern rock band. Keyboards, Synths and the New Technology Presenters
Deirdre Cartwright (guitar), Geoff Nicholls (drums) and Henry Thomas (bass) are joined by new recruit
Alastair Gavin (keyboards) for a look at the devolpment of electronic keyboards, synthesisers and digital effects. Also featured is a quick guide to analogue programming.
With star comments from
Herbie Hancock , Jan Hammer Tony Banks of Genesis, and the Communards Production assistant
Producer CHRIS LENT
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