PARVEEN MIRZA , LALITA AHMED , RAMA joshi talk to mutiullah DARD about Community Health Councils and how they can help people regarding their health matters. kailash plri talks about the necessity of keeping alive the bonds with one's past culture. ISMAT tahira tells the story of The King of Birds and USTAD GHULAM MUSTAFA KHAN sings a ghazal.
Producer ashok raupal BBC Birmingham
Live coverage of the second day of the Conservative Party Conference in Brighton. Reporting team Robin Day, David Dimbleby and Robert McKende
Outside broadcast producer MICHAEL LVMLET
Producer david WALTER
Editor MARGARET DOUGLAS
(For detail* see BBC1 at 3.55 pm)
Further coverage from Brighton.
2.30 Live coverage of the afternoon session.
5.20 The Viking Mission. 5.45 Solids. Liquids and Gases, 9.11 Oceanography-A Look Ahead. 6.35 Instrumentation.
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather en 2
The story of Popular Dancing in five parts.
3: The Century of the Waltz Narrated by MARTIN JARVIS
Series devised by Belinda qdirct Music by JONATHAN COHEN
Repetlteur karen ba|inowitz
Produced by RONALD shedley
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Robin Day and David Dimbleby report on the second day of the Conservative Party Conference.
from Clacks Farm with Arthur Billitt and Peter Seabrook
As the rainbow border at Clacks Farm reaches the end of its summer glory, it is time to prepare for a colourful spring and summer next year. Long-keeping apples are harvested, autumn fruiting raspberries and strawberries picked.
Produced by barrie edgar BBC Birmingham
Peter Hobday reports on everything you need to know when doing business with the Chinese. As the Chinese Minister for Foreign Affairs, Huang Hua , makes his first visit to Britain there is a special report on how to trade with Communist China. How do you get visas? How do you negotiate? How good are the Chinese at paying? All these and other questions will be answered in The Money Programme. As well, there are reports from the City and on companies in the news.
Deputy editor CLIVE sybdau. Editor PAUL ellii
Abduction of Margaret Houlihan
Hot Lips disappears from camp and the incredible Colonel Flagg of Intelligence is called in, but Frank strikes first
A trilogy by ANDREW BIRKIN
starring Ian Holm as J.M. Barrie with Ann Bell as Sylvia Llewelyn Davies, Maureen O'Brien as Mary Barrie, Tim Pigott-Smith as Arthur Llewelyn Davies and Anna Cropper as Mary Hodgson
Part 1: We set out to be wrecked
1897: a quiet afternoon in Kensington Gardens. A little boy in a red tam-o'-shanter realises he is being watched by a small man with a huge St Bernard dog. The man is J. M. Barrie ... Peter Pan has not yet been written ...
Designer BARRY NEWBERY Lighting SAM BARCLAY Sound CHICK ANTONY
Costume BARBARA KRONIG Music composed by DUDLEY SIMPSON
Producer LOUIS MARKS
Director RODNEY BENNETT
J M Barrie:
Sylvia Llewelyn Davies:
Arthur Llewelyn Davies:
Barnaby Holm and Paul
Sir George Lewis:
Savoy Grill manager:
Introduced by Sue MacGregor in which well-known personalities choose one of their favourite films and show extracts from it.
This week: former Commissioner Metropolitan Police Sir Robert Mark on "The Way Ahead", tomorrow night's Midweek Cinema on BBC2.
Last Saturday in the Francois Truffaut Season now running on BBC2, "L'Enfant Sauvage", one of his masterpieces, was shown. Set in 18th-century France it is about the attempts of a man of science to civilise a young boy brought up without parents in the wild. Gavin Millar talked to Francois Truffaut when the film was first released here in 1970.
From his first film, "The Four Hundred Blows", which looks affectionately at the making of a young delinquent, to "Small Change", made a couple of years ago, his films have often had children at their centre.
In this first edition of a new series of Arena: Cinema Gavin Millar also talks to Bill Douglas whose recently completed trilogy about a poor Scottish childhood, "My Childhood, My Ain Folk, My Way Home", is regarded by many as the most important contribution to the British cinema for years.
Hugh Dickson reads Printing Jenny by MATTHEW MITCHELL