A magazine aimed at helping Asian families to help themselves.
The series will cover subjects of interest and information ... At
Home and Around ... together with illustrated children's stories and music.
In today's programme RAMA JOSHI, SHARANJIT SANDHU and SOONU ENGINEER discuss ' Women's Role in Today's Society.' CHHAYA ARYA explains how to ' Improve Your Skills' and SHAMIN PENSER tells the story of the Tar Baby. Producer ASHOK RAMPAL
An Asian Unit presentation BBC Birmingham
A series of 26 programmes
10: This week a discussion programme for Asian viewers on ways of overcoming some of the language difficulties faced by immigrant families in this country.
Presented by MEHERENGIZ MUNSIFF SATINDER SINGH talks about education and answers questions from the studio audience.
Tutor's booklet 11.10, student booklet £1.50, from bookshops. For information about English teaching help please send a stamped addressed envelope to: Parosi, [address removed]
Timper Tomper finds a Home Written by DOROTHY LENTEN Presenters
Karen Platt , Don Spencer
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
with Peter Alliss
A series of ten programmes for those who want to take up golf and for golfers who want to improve their game.
9: Playing the Percentages PETER alliss and his four regular pupils are joined this week by guest professional BOB JAMIESON. And two complete beginners are taken into the professional's shop to be kitted out.
Producer GORDON MENZIES. BBC Scotland
Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw present news and opinion with David Sells
Newsreader Angela Rippon
PETER IBBOTSON and MIKE BROADBENT Editor DAVID WITHEROW
International Chess Tournament
Presented by Jeremy James
Eight of Europe's greatest chess players compete for the Master Game trophy and a first prize of £1,250.
Round 1, Game 4 Miles v Schmid
At 22, Grandmaster TONY MILES (Great Britain) is a rising star of the chess world. He has already won several tournaments in brilliant style but faces a very tough fight against Grandmaster LOTHAR SCHMID (West Germany), a witty original player and long-suffering referee of the Fischer-Spassky world-title match in Iceland.
Expert analysis by Leonard Barden
Des°cner john bone
DireYor geoff walmslet Producer ROBERT TONER
Four films from the South about people who find their pleasure up and doing.
1: The Veterans
Early on summer Sunday mornings, long before most people are awake, cyclists in multi-coloured racing vests can be seen dashing along the deserted roads. This programme follows members of the Veteran Time Trials Association on one of their competitions in the New Forest. It's their firm belief that cycling encourages fitness and fosters the competitive spirit, even for the over-70s.
Producer JOHN COLEMAN
by the Labour Party
(Also on BBC1)
The seventh in a series of nine documentary films about the Bolton Area Health Authority. A Working Day
All days in a hospital are a mixture of drama and routine. If the routine was neglected, every drama would be a tragedy.
-A plastic surgeon has to correct six-month-old Joanna's cleft-palate. -The finance sub-committee are apportioning next year's budgets. - In Out-patients the staff are injecting varicose veins with a new drug.
- Engineers are stripping down the boilers that supply the hospital with steam for sterilising.
- Out in the town agoraphobics are being acclimatised to open places.
-A woman has a lump removed from her breast: if on analysis the growth is malignant, there will be a mastectomy.
This is just one day.
Film cameraman MIKE SOUTHON Film recordist JULIAN BALDWIN Film editor MICHAEL CASEY Producer TIM KING
The second of a trilogy by L. P. HARTLEY
Screenplay by ALAN SEYMOUR and in The Sixth Heaven
Love, possessiveness and jealousy are explored further as Eustace, now at Oxford, makes new friends and is reunited with his childhood hero Dick Staveley , who displays his old interest in Hilda. Dick's aunt, Lady Nelly, becomes another of the dominating women in Eustace's life, but his hopes for the future are clouded by new anxieties.
Music composed by RICHARD RODNEY BENNETT
Conducted by MARCUS DODS
Sound recordist JOHN MURPHY Photography PETER BARTLETT Film editor TONY WOOLLARD Designer DON HOMFRAY Producer ANNE HEAD
Directed by DESMOND DAVrt
Sir John Staveley:
Lady Edie Staveley:
Crosby, the butler:
this month looks at two virtuoso solo performances.
Leonard Rossiter is currently tackling his most demanding role as The Immortal Haydon. Alone on stage for two hours, he portrays the mad 18th-century painter Benjamin Haydon , whose life of wild fantasy and ambition ended in suicide.
Nola Rae is a mime artist, clown, and one of the funniest women on the stage. She re-creates for Arena some of her bizarre and poignant characters, and Michael Dean makes a valiant attempt to interview her.
Directors NIGEL WILLIAMS , LESLIE MEGAHEY Producer ALAN YENTOB
STEPHEN THORNE reads
I had a duck-billed Platypus by PATRICK BARRINGTON