RAMA JOSHI , SHARAN SANDHU and SOONU ENGINEER discuss ' Arranged Marriages.' SHAMIM PENSER tells the story of the Geese and the Tortoise. NIGHAT AFZAL sings a Ghazal by FAIZ AHMED FAIZ.
Producer AsnoK RAMPAL An Asian Unit presentation. BBC Birmingham
\ series of 26 programmes in lindustani and English.
Presented by Professor Antony Hewish, Nobel Laureate in Physics.
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
Presented by Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw with David Sells
Chinese Overseas Aid: Brian Barron reports
Newsreader Angela Rippoa
The Chronicle Archaeology Award Magnus Magnusson introduces a new Chronicle award. It is being given to amateur archaeology groups for local rescue projects which have saved threatened sites or buildings, and which have contributed to a greater understanding of the community heritage.
More people are becoming aware of the threat to our archaeological heritage and their interest has led them to preserve a Roman Bath House under a motorway, locate Neolithic sites before they disappear into gravel pits. survey the 14th-century houses of East Sussex and chart the length of the largest Anglo-Saxon monument in this country - Offa's Dyke on the Welsh border.
Twenty-two groups entered for the award and Chronicle shows the work of the six finalists. The award is presented by HRH The Duke of Gloucester in the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich.
Film cameraman BILL MATTHEWS Film editor DICK ALLEN
Producer ANNA BENSON GYLES Series editor BRUCE NORMAN
Entries for the 1978 Chronicle Award should be sent to:[address removed]
Pat Heywood and Allan Surtees in The O'Hooligan File by JANEY PREGER
' He's wasted his life and yours, Olive, on this sort of idiocy. He could have been a headmaster by now, if he'd stuck to teaching.' Jack Dunn is determined to beat the system with pen and postage stamp.
Script editor PETER ansorce Designer CHARLES BOND Producer TARA a prem Director MIKE VARDY BBC Birmingham
A personal report by Felix Greene
On a remote inaccessible plateau, the highest in the world, stands Tibet. A land as large in area as France, Germany and Italy combined and yet a place that most of us know little about; a place shrouded in mystery that has been visited by a mere handful of foreigners.
FELIX GREENE 'S unique film creates a remarkable picture of a country which until 1959 still had a God-King - the 14th Dalai Lama.
CHRIS FRASER , TREVOR WILLIAMSON Produced, directed and filmed by FELIX GREENE. Preview: page 17
Introduced by Gavin Millar
A British film The Duellists starring Keith Carradine , Harvey Keitel and Albert Finney won the Special Jury Award at Cannes last year and it opened in London last week. It is a finely photographed period film set in the beautiful Dordogne but the most admirable thing about it may be that it is as faithful an adaptation of Conrad as any the screen has seen - and there have been many, from a 1926 silent version of Nostromo to Richard Brooks 's Lord Jim and Hitchcock's Sabotage.
Production assistant ROSEMARY BOWEN-JONES
Assistant producer JULIAN JEM Producer GAVIN MILLAR
The Embassy World Professional Darts Championships
DAVID VINE introduces this evening's highlights