The programme looks at a problem which most Asian women in this country have to face at some time or another. There is also a story for young children and a popular song.
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL. BBC Birmingham
A series of 26 programmes in Hindustani and English. Episode 12 written by PAUL KRIWACZEK
Producer ROBERT CLAMP
Director PAUL KRIWACZEK
What Made Tiddalik Laugh? by JOANNA TROUGHTON Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft, Fred Harris
with sub-titles' for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
in A Woman
It's quite a drag for Charlie when he tries to skirt trouble and evade his girl-friend's father.
The annihilation of Sweden's fish population is put off until next week. This is mainly due to an Arctic frogman, a narcoleptic and a government official who accuses the Welsh team of spying. Deputy headmaster Gillespie is put off altogether. This is due to a lady who said: ' I want a fish for my cat but it will starve if I wait here much longer.'
Written and narrated by IAN WOOLDRIDGE
Producer MICHAEL BEGG
(The Fishing Race continues tomorrow;
Nashville's top lady of country music Tammy Wynette with guests: Irish country man Johnny McEvoy and guitarist Richard Harding Musical accompaniment by THE TENNESSEE GENTLEMEN and THE BILL CLARKE 5
Director RICK GARDNER
Producer DOUGLAS HESPE
The third in this series of programmes featuring eight of the-world's leading table-tennis players who are competing for the Norwich Union Trophy and a first prize of £600. The first match features the player who is very much in form at the moment having recently won both the French and Yugoslav Opens, Tibor Kiampar of Hungary. His opponent is the exciting 19-year-old Chinese Champion, Shih Chih Hao. In the second match Peter Stellwag of West Germany Is looking for his first victory in the tournament when he plays Josef Dvoracek of Czechoslovakia. Introduced by PETER WALKER Commentators TONY GUBBA , ALAN RANSOME
Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
10: Twentieth Century
The last programme in the series examines the contribution of the present century and ranges from Edwardian furniture through Utility and on to tubular steel. The final part of the programme is a discussion on the present and future prospects for English furniture, featuring
Barry Ereolani , John Makepeace , Arthur Negus and Hugh Scully
Production assistant TONY HUNT Designer DES CHINN. Produced by PAUL SMITH and ROBIN DRAKE. BBC Bristol Free information sheet available, send toe 8 x 12in to The Story of English Furniture, BBC Television, London [Postcode removed]
Iran was the second largest oil exporter in the world. In the last three months oil production has been cut almost to zero. From Iran Colin Chapman reports on what is happening in the oil fields, on the mood of oil workers, and on how long it could take Iran to get back to full production.
Also in The Money Programme a look at the main economic and financial stories in the City and in the board room.
Presented by Peter Hobday Reporters Paul Barry
Moira Bremner and Colin Chapman
Deputy editor CLIVE SYDDALL Editor PAUL ELLIS
Alan Aida as Hawkeye and Mike Farrell as B.J. Ping Pong .
Colonel Potter is not a man to stand on ceremony where an old army buddy is concerned.
Frank, on the other hand, takes a stand against a ceremony - nothing less than an old-fashioned Chinese wedding.
Written and directed by SID DORFMAN
by DAPHNE DU MAURIER
Dramatised in four parts by HUGH WHITEMORE starring with 2: A whirlwind courtship, a brief Venetian honeymoon, and Maxim is ready to take his shy, inexperienced bride home: the second Mrs de Winter.... the new mistress of Manderley.
Dogs owned and trained by JOAN FELGATE
Music adapted by RON GRAINER from themes by Debussy / Lighting ALAN HORNE
Script editor CICELY CAWTHORNE Designer BARRIE DOBBINS Producer RICHARD BEYNON
Directed by SIMON LANGTON
Mrs de Winter:
No facts, no figures, no records broken.
In this musical diversion, the sounds of today echo back nostalgically from a loophole in time. The programme features the words, music and performance of Neil Innes with special contributions from The Bath Pump Room Trio and The Barber's Shop Harmony Club of Bristol
Film cameraman JACK BELLAMY Film sound ALISTAIR CROCKER Film editor PETER LINDLEY
Music recording PETER ROSE Music director JOHN ALTMAN Producer IAN KEILL
Introduced by Sue MacGregor, in which well-known personalities choose one of their favourite films and show extracts from it.
This week: international yachtswoman Clare Francis on Queen Christina, tomorrow night's Midweek Cinema on BBC2.
HUGH BURDEN reads
A Ballad of Abbreviations by G. K. CHESTERTON