Desmond Lynam invites his guests to unlock the film and video vaults with their personal memories of past television moments. Today's guest is Arthur Marshall. Producer PHIL CHIVERS (R)
Tony Phelan joins Sister
Caroline at Martin House, a hospice for sick children, in Clifford, West Yorkshire.
Monsignor Michael Buckley explores the theme 'the gifts of grace'. Reading: I Peter 1, W3-11, vl3.
Producer NOEL VINCENT
Editor HELEN ALEXANDER BBC North West
For people with learning difficulties.
The presenters, Gary Bourlet and Peter Burgis , talk to
Sir Brian Rix and to Linda Phillips of YTS about how to get work.
Studio director MARTYN SUKER Producer JOHN BROOKE
Buying things and asking the price.
Film director SUSANNA CAPON
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDlNI (RXe)
Something to Celebrate
Tap in to your own children's enthusiasm for birthdays and festivals.
Produced and directed by ROBERT CLAMP
A Palace Gate production for BBCtv (R) (e)
A ten-part course for beginners in spoken Hindi and Urdu presented by Sneh Gupta and Omar Salimi. 4: Talking about Food
A visit to sweet centres and restaurants. Anita and Gordon shop for fresh herbs. Director LAKVIAR SINGH
Producer JEREMY ORLEBAR (e)
●BOOK: 'Hindi Urdu Bol ChaaVis is available, price £8.39 paperback, from bookshops.
Eight keys to successful learning.
3: Restarting Learning The Go Go Boys avoid distractions by becoming study partners, and A-level student William Biney-Tay plans his ideal study session. Assistant producer BARRY TOMALIN Produced by JULIAN STENHOUSE (RXe)
Computers are now sophisticated machines capable of very professional effects. But how can you use them at home?
Join Carol Vorderman as she looks at various ways of getting into print with wordprocessing and desk-top publishing packages. Producers BRYN BROOKS and ANNE O'DWYER (R) (e)
A magazine programme for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. News, views and entertainment, with sign language and subtitles.
Presented by Clive Mason and Maureen Denmark. Interpreted by John Lee.
Produced by EDDIE MONTAGUE (e)
Beneath the British countryside lie the remnants of history. Some of the sites are spectacular, others are mundane, but all are vitally important according to archaeologists who fear for the future of our past.
Engligh Heritage, the body responsible for archaeology, has just launched a re-evaluation of sites up and down the country and expect a five-fold increase in official protection orders. But what are the consequences for farmers and landowners? John Craven reports. Plus at 12.55pm the weather for the countryside with Michael Fish.
Editor MICHAEL FITZGERALD BBC Pebble Mill
with Moira Stuart followed by On the Record
In Britain and abroad, new political forces are on the move. For Conservative and Labour parties the race is on to capture the mood of the electorate before the next election. For some of the other parties the issue is survival. Every week, On the Record visits a different part of the political battlefield, examining tactics. Presented by Jonathan Dimbleby with John Cole.
Deputy editor DAVID JORDAN Editor DAVID AARONVITCH
by Tony Jordan and Jane Galletly.
'I don't fancy all three of us being in the same room, Ian. We'd never get any sleep.'
starring and The fantastic story of one of the most successful deceptions of the war, in which an obscure pay corps lieutenant with an extraordinary resemblance to Montgomery was persuaded to impersonate him in north Africa in order to distract
German attention from the real Montgomery's activities in Europe.
Screenplay by BRYAN FORBES based on the book by ME CLIFTON JONES Directed by JOHN GUlLLERMIN
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'Monty' and himself:
for the Winalot Challenge Trophy.
Teams of dogs and their handlers, each representing a region of the United
Kingdom, compete in a variety of fun events specifically designed to test the speed and skill of the gundogs and whippets, and the agility, obedience and service dogs that make up the Superdogs teams. In this first quarter-final the Midlands meet the South West.
Introduced by Deborah Hall , with Superdogs vet John Wilson.
Commentator: Peter Purves. Videotape editor JON BIGNOLD Producer STEPHEN MORRIS
Event organised in association with Charles Barker Productions
This autumn, designer
Katharine Hamnett deserted the London catwalks and defected to Paris to show her collection alongside other designers in the city which has become undisputably the fashion capital of the world. Selina Scott , Jeff Banks and Caryn Franklin report on the best of French fashion - and the progress of the British.
Executive producer ROGER CASSTLES BBC Pebble Mill
by Gerald Durrell. Screenplay in ten parts by Charles Wood. Starring and 10: Kralefsky and Theodore reluctantly agree that the time has come for Gerry to go to school in England.
Music composed and conducted by DARY1. RUNSW1CK
Producer JOE WATERS
Director PETER BARBER FLEMING (R)
introduced by Beryl Reid , with Gilly Coman as Linda Johnson.
Can words control the weather? Beryl Reid thinks so, if you're an actor.
Yam goes to the theatre and Linda goes for a new job but ends up with a packet of biscuits!
Assistant producer MARILYN MILGROM Producer GEORGE AUCKLAND (e)
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●ORELATED PROGRAMME: 'Using Your Wordpower', 5.00pm Radio 4 FM
●BOOK: 'Step Up to Wordpower: price £3.99, available from bookshops.
presented by Moira Stuart , with BBC teams at home and abroad. Weather
for bonfire night from Lewes, East Sussex.
Tonight many thousands of Guy Fawkes effigies will meet a fiery end - and nowhere more dramatically than in Lewes, the undisputed capital of bonfire. Sally Magnusson travels to the town and attempts to unravel the meaning of these events. She joins the combined churches of Lewes as they process to the castle for a spectacular festival of light and fireworks.
Through the Night of Doubt and Sorrow (Marching); Onward
Christian Soldiers (St Gertrude);
Lead. Kindly Light (Sandon); Great Is Thy Faithfulness; Walk in the Light; Once to Every Man and Nation (Ebenezer); Jesus Bids Us Shine; When Courage Fails (Irish): Glory to Thee, My God (TaUis'
Canon); Joy to the World (Antioch) Conductor ROGER DURSTON
Producer CHRISTOPHER MANN Editor ROGER HUTCHINGS
by Roy Clarke. Starring a special guest appearance of Who 's That Bloke with Nora Batty Then?
Something's up: Nora Batty has gone out on a Wednesday dressed up and without a wrinkle in her stockings. It soon becomes apparent to
Compo that he has a rival for her affections.
Music RONNIE HAZLEHURST Produced and directed by ALAN J W. BELL
devised by Gerard Glaister and Allan Prior , written by Raymond Thompson. With guest stars and 'Frere and Urquhart could face a long prison sentence if they're found guilty. Unless they find a scapegoat.'
Title music SIMON MAY and LESLIE OSBORNE
Film cameraman JOHN WILLIAMS Designer LYNDA KETTLE
Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director DAVID PENN
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Sir John Stevens:
Sir Alan Rockwell:
written by Carla Lane.
A new look for Billy, a new love for Jack and a new problem for Freddie.
Title music by DAVID MACKAY Produced and directed by ROBIN NASH eCEEFAX SUBTITLES
by Domini Taylor.
Screenplay in four parts by Andrew Davies. Starring and 2: 'Traitor. Traitor. I can't.... all those years. And you - traitor.'
Music composed and conducted by PATRICK GOWERS
Costume design DORINDA REA Film recordist BARRIE THARBY Photography NIGEL WALTERS Designer KEN LEDSHAM
Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director SIMON LANGTON
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Men at art gallery:
John Grillo Carl
Concert hall manager:
Martyn Lewis presents the latest stories from Britain and around the world. Weather
Joan Bakewell examines the moral conflict among people with strongly held views. Film editor MIKE ALOOF
Series producer OLGA EDRIDGE
Five films about equal opportunities in Britain. 4: All in the Mind?
This film explores how far inequalities in mental health care exist. What can be learned from the radical approach of NAFSIYAT.the only community-based intercultural psychotherapy unit in Britain, and from the aftercare service the Harambee Housing
Association offers young Afro-Caribbeans leaving Birmingham psychiatric hospitals?
Researcher NICK MIRSKY
Producer ANNE O'DWYER (e)
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Malcolm '$ Story
Life for Malcolm Morse was excellent until Denise, his wife, discovered she was dying from leukaemia.
Malcolm gave up his job to care for her, but as the disease destroyed her health, it began to destroy their marriage. The public exposure of their private lives took an intolerable toll on their family.
Clare Harrison reports.
Videotape editor ROGER MULLINER Producer ROSALIND GOWER