Story: Parrak the White Reindeer written and illustrated by INGA BORG Presenters:
Sarah Long , Lionel Morton
A series of ten programmes presented by ANNE LAPPING and MICHAEL REINHOLD
6: Community Hospitals - an open or shut case?
Should General Practitioners be encouraged to run their own local Community Hospitals - or should they be closed down in favour of larger, but more remote District General Hospitals?
Director chris JELLEY
Scries editor PETER RIDING
A series of five programmes 1: The People's Choice
Three candidates and their local election campaign. In spite of frantic activity by their parties, many people in the ward are quite unaware of local elections. How representative are elected councillors of their local communities and can local elections be fought on local issues?
Producer SUZANNE DAVIES
Series editor GORDON CROTON
A series of ten sales training films 7: I'll Think About It
It's the day the customer said he would sign the contract. But the moment the salesman walks through the door he realises something has gone wrong.
Written by elwyn JONES Director PETER ROBINSON A VIDEO ARTS film
with Ludovic Kennedy , Robin Day News from Angela Rippon
For 23 years King Hussein of Jordan has occupied his precarious throne. Other leaders have come and gone in the violent turmoil of the Middle East. But he has survived, despite intrigue, assassination attempts and the Palestinian guerrillas who have sworn to kill him. King Hussein has been celebrating his 40th birthday and in a Newsday profile talks about himself and his country.
Associate producer JOHN REYNOLDS Producer Christopher CAPRON
on behalf of the Labour Party
by ANDRE MAUROIS The BBC2 serial
Written for television in six parts by DAVID TURNER
Episode 5: The Human Comedy
Balzac's first great love - his adored Dilecta - is dead. But hope is restored and passion renewed in the form of a Polish Countess.
Cast in order of appearance: =
Studio lighting HOWARD KING Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Designer MARGARET PEACOCK Producer RICHARD bevnon Director JOAN CRAFT
Countess Eve Hanska:
Madame du Bordello:
Helene de Valette:
The Ship that Lost a Fortune written and narrated by DICK TRACEY
One stormy night in December 1798 the Colossus, a man of war, returning home from Nelson's fleet in the Mediterranean sank off the Scilly Isles. The ship was carrying part of Sir William Ham ilton's priceless second collection of Greek and Roman antiquities. Nearly two centuries later four men from different walks of life: ROLAND MORRis a restaurateur;
SLIM MACDONNELL (left) a film-maker; MARK horobin a professional diver; and Scillonian boatman MIKE hicks came together for a summer search beneath the waves to rediscover the Colossus and her treasure. It would prove to be the most rewarding adventure of their lives.
Producer tony salmon
Introduced and conducted by Boris Brott
Tonight's musical entertainment has the theme Land and Sea and includes a signature tune of a well-known television series, a movement from ' Nights in the Gardens of Spain ' by Falla, and one of the ' Sea Sketches' by the Welsh composer Grace Williams. CRISTINA ORTIZ (piano)
BBC WELSH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader PETER THOMAS
Producer ARNOLD LEWIS
Director VINCENT DOWDALL. BBC Wale*
Presented by Angela Rippon Weather
HUGH BURDEN reads Refrain by SISTER MARY AGNES