6.40 Introduction to the Organ. 7.30 Argument on Television: 1.
A programme for Asian women
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL Director KRISHAN GOULD BBC Birmingham
Story: The Snow Pig by KATHLEEN DEAN Presenters
Carol Chell , Stuart McGugan
4.50 Santa Maria del Popolo. 5.15 Electronic Design and Signals.
ties up Billy Bevan in another Mack Sennett slapstick tangle.
A series of films for young people Welcome to the Working Week
TESS GILL, Legal Officer of the General and Municipal Workers' Union, looks at your rights when you're at work, and discusses some of the problems with the members of UNIT ONE in Uxbridge. Interruptions by JOHN COOPER CLARKE
Film editor MICHEL BOYD Producer IAN WOOLF
Director PATRICK TITLEY
(The last two programmes of 16 Up win be shown on Sunday 8 March and Sun-flay 15 March)
An international chess tournament presented by Jeremy James
Eighth of 13 top-quality games Bent Larsen (DENMARK) v
Lothar Schmid (w GERMANY)
A tense battle. Top seed Larsen has made a bad start to this tournament. He must go all out for a win if he is to stand a chance of catching the leaders. The defending champion, Schmid, wants desperately to keep his title, and will hope that the Danish grandmaster will try just a little too hard! Analysis by WILLIAM HARTSTON
Designer JOHN BONE
Director SANDRA WAINWRIGHT Producer ROBERT TONER
The programme in which the BBC hands over air time to the public.
Tonight: The Earth
Lover's Guide to the 80s from Birmingham Friends of the Earth
'Britain's leading environmental pressure group want to put the record straight. Despite publicity stunts - such as dumping non-returnable bottles on " Schh! You Know Who's " doorstep-their vociferous campaigns are in fact firmly based on a logical and practical approach to the earth's problems.
Made with the help of the COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT
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including sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Six Films of Early Exploration
Introduced from the Royal Geographical Society by Duncan Carse Assault on Everest (1933)
This epic endeavour is brought back to life in the last of the series.
' One of the grandest sights imaginable'-such was an eye-witness s description of the 1933 expedition's first glimpse of Mount Everest. But this was only one of many historic moments the expedition managed to capture on film.
The story starts with the arrival of the pith-helmeted sahibs in Bombay. Later, the expedition came to mountain monasteries. ' the highest pinnacles of enchantment'. Then there was the attempt on the summit. ' On Everest it is an effort to think, almost too much of an effort to live.' Finally, the party was forced down by ice, storm and exhaustion, barely 1,000 feet from the top.
Narrator ALEXANDER JOHN
Film editor ROBIN IMRAY
Assistant producer DAWN A. SWERLING Producer RICRARD ROBINSON
A series of eight autobiographical films in which Malcolm Muggeridge looks back over his life, and over his 50 years as a journalist and broadcaster - featuring extracts from some of his programmes. 1: 1903-1927
Childhood in Croydon. Cambridge University. Teaching in South India ' If Waterloo was won on the playing fields of Eton, the class war was assuredly lost on the asphalt playgrounds of secondary schools like mine ...'
'Always I've felt in this world something of a stranger in a strange land, but never more so than in my undergraduate days ...3
! When I was 20 the world seemed a place to explore (subsequently,
God knows, my ageing carcass has been hauled about this earth's surface often enough). Even so, that first occasion, waving goodbye to everyone and everything I knew and making off, remains unforget- table. On a cold, misty December day in the year 1924 1, sailed for India.'
Film editor DAVID LEE Producer
Book (same title), published in April I
The award-winning film series starring
The Young and the Restless
A young surgeon arrives from Tokyo to demonstrate the latest surgical techniques to the rusty medical men of M.A.S.H. And are they grateful?
Written by MITCH MARKOWITZ
Directed by WILLIAM JURGENSEN
B J Hunnicutt:
by D. H. LAWRENCE
The last of seven parts dramatised by TREVOR GRIFFITHS
! There are different ways of dying. My father's people are frightened, and have to be hauled out of life like cattle into a slaughter-house, pulled by the neck. But my mother's people are pushed from behind, inch by inch. They are stubborn people, and won't die ...'
Music JOHN TAMS. Designer CHRIS PEMSEL Script editor BETTY WILLINGALE Producer JONATHAN POWELL Directed by STUART BURGE
The conclusion of Ronald Eyre 's series of discussions with scientists who are also Christians.
Tonight he talks to Sam Berry , Professor of Genetics at University College, London-and ends by drawing together some of the views expressed during the series. ' To assume chance is really a statement of ignorance. It is possible to think of purpose in the world in a way that doesn't contradict our understanding of the mechanism behind an event'
Director CHRISTOPHER MANN
Producer PETER FIRTH. BBC Bristol