The Mobile Home Residents' Association present: A Place to Live
Made by The Mobile Homes Residents' Association with the help of the BBC's Community Programme Unit. (Postponed from 9 October)
The Ford-Carter Debates
An opportunity to see in full the third and final television debate between the US Presidential contenders, broadcast in America last Friday.
Introduced by CHARLES WHEELER
Saracens v Bristol
Saracens, the famous North London club, this year celebrate their Centenary. In 100 years they have grown from modest beginnings to full major club recognition and provided England with such internationals as vie HARDING and GEORGE SHERRIFF. Bristol, their opponents, typify the strength of West Country rugby. They lost only 12 matches out of 50 last season, scoring over 1,000 points.
Commentator at Bramley Sports Ground NIGEL STARMER-SMITH
Series producer BILL TAYLOR
Presented by Peter Hill
Fifteen minutes of music for a Sunday evening. This week
Dave Cooke and Judy MacKenzie
Director chris MANN
News of the week plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear, with Kenneth Kendall
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
In these programmes people are invited to give first-hand accounts of something that has real personal significance for them.
5: An Awesome Encounter
Neville Jayaweera was at the top of the administrative ladder in the Sri Lanka civil service when his world crashed. This led to an experience which completely trans. formed his life.
Director JOHN WILCOX
Series producer SHIRLEY du BOULAY
All Change in Umtata?
Umtata is the tin-roofed capital of a nation that will be born the day after tomorrow - the Transkei. It's the first of the ' homelands ' - the territories that the white South African government are giving over to black rule. Its birth is being greeted with international indifference, because most nations see the Transkei as little more than a commercial for apartheid - a country that will be independent in name only. But what about the Transkeians themselves? Who are they and what do they think?
Jack Pizzey has been amongst them, observing their life, hearing their music (the hit musical Ipi Tombi comes from their main tribe, the Xhosa) and listening to their views.
Reporter JACK PIZZEY
Producer MICHA SHAGRIR Editors MICHAEL ANDREWS and ANTHONY ISAACS
A new series of the musical quiz. Joseph Cooper as questionmaster invites you to match your musical wits against Joyce Grenfell, David Attenborough, Robin Ray
Guest musician Benjamin Luxon
In this series viewers will be able to take part in a crossword competition: see the crossword form at the top of this page.
Introduced by Melvyn Bragg Refugees Reflect
In tonight's programme we have brought together two people who are both refugees from repressive regimes. Each is involved in the arts. Milos Kirek is a Czech actor. He left Prague in 1968 after the Russian invasion. Charles Elsesser is a Chilean film-maker and TV producer. He and his family managed to escape from Chile after the overthrow of President Allende's government.
MILOS KIREK : 'It's one of the ironies of the situation of being an actor in England, coming here because of the Russian invasion and earning my living playing Russians.'
CHARLES ELSESSER: 'Artists are not really good for belonging to a certain party. We are - a fly in the ointment.'
A 2nd House production
Film editor PAUL HUMFRESS Producer TONY CASH Editor BILL MORTON
Review by Melvyn Bragg : page 78
Barbershop harmony singing is a non-martial art practised by the middle-aged of middle America. On a recent holiday to Britain, 100 ' barbershoppers ' met 90 singing Welshmen from the PENDYRUS MAIE CHOIR. Ignoring the basic rule which states never to play the Welsh at home, they organised an impromptu concert at Ebbw Vale where a less than impartial crowd heard ' Bread of heaven' jostle with ' Shine on harvest moon ' and Mozart compete with ' Wait till the sun shines, Nellie.'
GLYNNE JONES , DAVE STEVENS Director RICK GARDNER Producer MICHAEL BEGG
Seven new plays from Scotland 6: To Glasgow with Love by DOMINIC BEHAN , with ' Your husband was very careless to die in London. On the other hand, the man advised very strongly against dying in Edinburgh for it costs the best part of E40 to be cremated there. On the whole it would seem that Glasgow is the place to be got dead in.' Designer GUTHRIE HUTTON
Producer PHARIC MACLAREN
Director PETER FARRELL. BBC Scotland
with Cary Grant
Mae West wrote this story of the girl who lost her reputation but never missed it, climbing the ladder of success wrong by wrong.
Director WESLEY RUGGLES
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