6.40 Introductory Electronics. 7.5 Whatever Will Be. 7.30 Genes and Development.
A magazine for Asian women
Producer ASIIOK RAMPAL
Director KRISHAN GOULD. BBC Birmingham
Ten programmes about modern embroidery:
6: Decoration with Stitches
JAN BEANEY shows some of the simplest and most effective stitches for decorating clothes today, and talks to joss GRAHAM about his collection of Indian embroidery.
Director ERICA GRIFFITHS Producer JENNY ROGERS
including sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Presented by Robert Robinson
This week: The Scott Controversy In his recent biography of the explorer Rowland Huntford claims the expedition failed because of the incompetence of its leader - an unconventional view of a national hero, challenged by Hunt ford 's critics.
Director ANN FREER
Editor ROBERT ROBINSON
The life and work of Pablo Neruda in his own words.
The last of six programmes from the BBC's Bristol Arts Unit.
' I have always maintained that the writer's task has nothing to do with mystery or magic, and the poet's, at least, must be a personal effort for the benefit of all.'
A portrait of PABLO NERUDA (1904-1973) poet, statesman, diplomat, Nobel Prize winner. Compiled by BARRIE GAVIN and A. L. LLOYD with Lyndon Brook , Emrys James Jane Lapotaire , Jack Shepherd
Film editor ANDREW JOHNSTON
Directed by BARRIE GAVIN. BBC Bristol Poetry on Ceefax page 293 Woddts on ... page 97
... causes a bit of bother when she visits the 4077th, because Col Pot ter likes her -and Radar doesn't.
Written by SHELDON BULL
Directed by BURT METCALFE
Theme music on Comedy Themes, (record REC 387, cassette ZCR 387) from record shops
B J Hunnicutt:
Major Charles Winchester:
Col Lillian Rayburn:
Written and performed by Peter Corey
'It was never a good idea to go and see Hancock in his dressing-room before transmission. During rehearsals he would be fine; and then there would be an hour's break, and it would be best to keep away: He'd be very, very nervous; he'd be so tense that your presence would be unwelcome.' (RAY GALTON)
2 June 1961: It is the half-hour preceding the recording of The Blood Donor. Britain's best-loved comedian is alone in his room.
Senior cameraman JIM ATKINSON Lighting JOHN GREEN
Designer BARRIE DOBBINS Producer JOHN NORTON Director ALISTAIR CLARK
An Inside Story series
George - The Big Decision
Although he is male, George Roberts ' natural urge is to function as a female. His condition is defined as transexual. When shown last year this documentary followed George's sex-change attempt: now this week we discover what eventually happened.
Early in 1979 George put into effect a decision that had been maturing in his mind since he was a teenager - to become a woman in the fullest sense possible. It is a decision for which George will pay dearly - socially, financially and physically, as electrolysis and massive doses of hormones transform his body.
Meanwhile, in the first stage of his journey across the sexes, George attempts to become a National Health patient and ' comes out' fully by giving his clothing to charity and taking the name Julia.
Photography mike SOUTHON
Sound ALAN COOPER , ROB JAMES Film editor DAVID GLADWELL
Executive producer ROGER MILLS Director DAVID PEARSON
(Programme 2 tomorrow at 9.35 pm)
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