The programme looks at a problem which most Asian women in this country have to face at some time or another.
There is also story for young children and a popular song.
Producer ASHOK RAMP AL. h m
Director KRISHAN GOIJLD, BBC Birmingham
Story: Christmas Spiders (trad) adapted by AVRIL PRICE illustrated by HILARY HAYTON Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft , Johnny Ball
The last of four parts.
Tigris, hit by a storm, loses her top mast. She is gradually sinking. Suddenly, she is confronted with the 20th century in the form of the Ogaden War. Buzzed by planes and with ports closed to her, Tigris has nowhere to go. Heyerdahl, after four months and 3,000 miles faces the agonising prospect of being forced to end his voyage.
Commentary spoken by Edward Woodward
"A beautiful and lucid film with remarkable photography." (THE GUARDIAN)
"Poignant and dramatic." (DAILY MAIL)
"I would like to think the burning of 'Tigris' illuminated a dark and troubled part of Africa." (DAILY EXPRESS)
The First Test from Perth richie benaud introduces highlights of the fifth day's play.
TV presentation 9 NETWORK, Australia Producer NICK HUNTER
A light-hearted Czech cartoon about a duel between a jealous husband and a rival for his wife's affection.
including sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
2: Will I Have 100 Friends ? kazumi is blind, yet when she was 4 years old she attended a kindergarten for normal-sighted children near her home in the suburbs of Tokyo. It was the first step in an experiment which has become famous in Japan. Integrated education for the handicapped has existed in some countries like Britain, in a limited way, for many years. Not so in Japan. Kazumi was the test case. There were serious doubts as to whether a blind child could cope with the rough and tumble of normal school life, and it was only through her mother's determination and Kazumi's own personality that the authorities agreed to give it a try. Japanese television followed Kazumi's progress over 18 months from kindergarten to the end of her first year at primary school.
Narrated by VALERIE SINGLETON
A film by niik Tokyo
Adapted for the BBC by marvse addisoii (Part 3 tomorrow at 7.40 pm)
The last of ten programmes with Donald Sinden Hope and Glory
The 19th century shook the Church of England out of its easy-going mould. The grimy suburbs of the Industrial Revolution were fast becoming strongholds of nonconformism or, worse still, atheism. In these areas, new churches were hurriedly built to stem the rising tide of dissent. This week, donald sinden visits St Mark's, Worsley, near Manchester, and All Souls', Haley Hill , Halifax. Both churches were built in the revived Gothic style which had ousted the classical style and had come to be seen as the only true Christian form of architecture. Both were also the work of Sir George Gilbert Scott , perhaps the most typical architect of the Gothic Revival, and certainly the most prolific.
Film cameraman KENNETH LOWE Film editor SUE CHAMBERS Producer DICK FOSTER
starring Alan AIda as Hawkeye and Mike Farrell as B. J. Hunnicutt with Harry Morgan as Col Potter Loretta Swit as Hotlips Gary Burghoff as Radar Jamie Farr as Klinger David Ogden Stiers as Major Charles Winchester and Fluffy the Rabbit as herself What's Up Doc?
When Hotlips is miserable everybody in the Unit suffers. In the interests of humanity in general and pure self-preservation in particular, Hawkeye decides that emergency action is necessary. But he does need a little help
by ROOER MILNER starring Robert Hardy as Sir Malcolm Campbell , with Jennifer Hilary as Lady Campbell and Jack Galloway as Leo Villa
In 1935 Sir Malcolm Campbell 's obsession is to win the World's Land Speed Record in his car Bluebird. Speed King is about the man, the car, antl the ruthless, but irresistible, public ambition of a world hero.
Music composed by CARL DAVIES Film editor KEN PEARCE Photography JOHN ELSE
Designer rot.er MURRAY-LEACH Producer INNES LLOYD Directed by FERDINAND FAIRFAX
Major Bill Whittall:
A monthly report on community action from
Ian Breach and Ann Hunter Country Matters ...
For over 200 years, people have been moving away from rural areas, leaving behind declining communities. Grapevine reports on some self-help initiatives to bring back life to the countryside - an action group in Upper Weardale,
Co Durham, two projects aimed at school leavers in North Wales and a successful co-op in the Western Isles.
Produced by the COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT
DAVID MARKHAM reads On Running into Old Friends in Somebody's Novel by ALISTAIR ELLIOT