The last of ten films for student nurses.
With the Mentally Subnormal Director ROBERT ALBURW
Producer RON BLOOMFIELD
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Story: The Many Moce of Mr Brice written by THEO LE SIEG illustrated by ROY MCKEE
Carol Chell , Be
Free Roadshow Guide on jobs, rights, and the law available from libraries, careers offices, and job centres. RoadShow Youth Information Week is in Middlesbrough this week.
The last of tenprogrammes about ways of improving race relations. Hands Acrost the Sea
Made in Amsterdam, Utrecht and London, this film is a comparative study on the basic question: how are eplour barriers to be overcome in a multi-ethnic society.
'Produced by BARBARA DERKOW
Series producer JOHN TWITCHIN
Five Views of Multi-Racial Britain, £1.00, from [address removed]. Please make cheques/postal orders payable to CRE
The last of ten programmes presented by AUDREY STEPHENSON Toys for Make-believe
Series producer PETER RIDING
Producer RON BLOOMFIELD
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fh<!!■■ designed by Sue Rowianas . Film editor AL.
The lost of ten programmes
It's On Your Shoulders
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A Hal Roach film.
(Black and White)
Officer Stanley Laurel:
Officer Oliver Hardy:
A look at some more of the British cartoons shown.
A serial in 16 parts
Part 13 by MARGARET -SIMPSON
As the opening night of the school play approaches, Andrew seems
to be sickening for something. Grange Hill pupils
Series devised by PHIL REDMCND Executive producer ANNA HOME DirectorCOLIN CANT
Tommy Gregson (Bwokdale):
Fifteen documentary films about life in Britain made week-by-week from September to Christmas last year...
14: Men and Iron
The Lion Foundry pounds away at its daily tasks, all around it Kirkintilloch expands and modernises in a busy dormitory town for Glasgow. People ignore the noise. from the works and complain about the furnace fumes, mainly when the wind is in the east.
On these winter mornings a foundryman goes from lamplit streets into the dark foundry. It is his world apart - unknown to his wife and often forbidden to his son.
Narrator JOHN MILNE
, Photography TONY COWAN. DICK JOHNSTONE : Film editor DAVID HARVIE Producer BILL HOOK
Executive producer JAMES DEWAR
including sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Reflections by Margot Fonteyn
Out in the Limelight, Home in the Rain with Rudolf Nureyev, Frederick Ashton, Michael Somes The Royal Ballet Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden conductor Ashley Lawrence solo pianist Michael Reeves
In her last programme Margot Fonteyn explores the dancer's life. The rigours of ballet class, the rehearsals and preparation: and finally the moment of judgment
when it's 'out in the limelight' and on with the performance.
Some of Margot Fonteyn's greatest moments on stage are relived in Salut d'Amour, which Frederick Ashton created for a Gala Birthday Tribute earlier this year. And the series ends with a complete performance of Ashton's ballet Marguerite and Armand, which was inspired by Dumas's tragic love story La Dame aux CameÃÂÃÂlias.
It is performed by the partnership for which it was created - Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev.
Favourite ballet music from this series is available on LP (REP 363) and cassette (ZCH 363) from record shops
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by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Starring Ronnie Barker
Featuring Brian Wilde, Fulton Mackay, Sam Kelly, Brian Glover
The Fat in the Fire
It is not true that fat adults in general eat more than thin ones. It is not true that an overfed' baby' will become a fat ; adult So why do some people stay thin' and others get fat?
In trying to answer this question, scientists have to date concentrated on-what we eat. Now attention is turningto the output side of the equation - the calories we burn off-,in the form of heat.
Very recent research suggests that special faf cells (brown fat) may, ironically, help control weight by burning up surplus food. So those born with a defeaive brown fat system would tend tolay down any surplus food as the more common white fat, and so beoome overweight. If the theory is correct, could drugs be. discovered to stimulate the brown fat cells and so help fat people get thin again? Narrator DR PHILIPJAMES Film editor JOHN LEÊ
Editor SIMON CAMPBELL .JONES
Written and produced hy MARTIN FREETH
with Rhythm on 2 at the Corn Exchange, Ipswich
The melodic tones of brunette CATHERINE HOWE blend with the .sultry voice of blonde JUDIE TZUKE to give a pleasing half-hour.
Lighting JOHN MASON
Series producer KEN GR!FFIN Production RICK GARDNER
A series of nine programmes
. 4: Why Me?
. ' By all the laws of nature I should be dead.'
Ranjit Watson was nearly crushed to death in a road accident. Against all the odds, he lived and became convinced that his survival was not chance - but a miracle.
Researcher FAY DICKEY
Director MICHAEL. SHOESMITH -
Producer JOHN wilcox. BBC Birmingham
Gwen Watford reads House Guest by ELIZABETH BISHOP