6.40 Edwin Lutyens. 7.5 Education in Trinidad. 7.30 Fountain and Grotte.
Story: The Tall Man by URSULA DANIELS Presenters
Sarah Long , Ben Thomas
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4.50 The Mariner Nine Code 5.15 Sanctions and Rhodesia: 4. 5.40 The External World 6.5 Fiction in the Market Place.
6.0 Looking at Cells.
Tonight Bob Langley and .the Six Fijty-five Special embark -on an excursion with the Chris Barber Jazz Band to New Orleans for the 1981 Jazz and Heritage Festival. Also conversation with jazz pianist Dr John and legendary drummer Freddie Kohlman.
Editor JIM DUMIGHAN
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Television: cameras visit radio's popular game of musical knowledge when
Frank Muit and John Amis challenge
Denis Norden and Ian Wallace with questionsset by Steve Race
Television presentation by DOUGLAS HESPE
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One of a series of convorsationsin this International Year of the Disabled with people whose lives have been shaped by a sudden traumatic experience. A young mother tells Bob Wellings .about her daughter who suffers from the incurable cystic fibrosis.
Producer SUE AYLING
Executive producer PAUL ELLIS
It's four years next week since Elvis Presley died, and in death he has become bigger than in life. Filmed in England, the USA and in Memphis on 16 August 1980, the third anniversary of his death, Elvis Lives looks at the fans who live their lives for Elvis; the people who make a living from Elvis, including a Las Vegas impersonator and a Hollywood lookalikes agency; and it also takes a look at the lengths to which some people will go to express their adoration for the King of Rock 'n' Roll - even plastic surgery.
(Sat BBC1: Elvis stars in Speedway)
Sf Simon Rattle and the City of Birmingham
Symphony Orchestra Play the Concerto for Double String Orchestra by Sir Michael Tippett
The brilliant young English conductor SIMON RATTLE recently became principal conductor of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. This programme is a recording of their first rehearsals together. It is a study of a conductor at work, an orchestra in preparation, and the performance it produces. Simon Rattle also talks to SIR MICHAEL TIPPETT.
Sound NEIL MURRAY Lighting BARRY HILL
VT editer DAVID HILLIER
Produced by ROBIN LOUGH
The oldest - and simplest - of sports; so old that they say it was used to train the slaves who built the pyramids in ancient Egypt. The modern version grew out of village sports days in rural England, and this country has consistently produced the best tug-of-war teams. Of all our teams, none has been more successful than Bosley Wood Treatment who, for over 20 years, have sallied forth from their Cheshire valley to take on the might of the tug-of-war world - and beat them.
Ron Pickering meets the men of Bosley in training.
Assistant producer MICK DEMPSEY Producer HAZEL LEWTHWAITE BBC Manchester
PETER SNOW, CHARLES WHEELEB JOHN TUSA and PETER HOBDAY
Stan Sr./Stanley Jr.:
Ollie Sr./Oliver Jr.: