C.40 Metal Finishing. 7.5 Who Plans Ealing? 7.3* Zinc.
A magazine for Asian women
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL
Directed by KRISHAN GOULD BBC Birmingham
Write to: Gharbar, Asian Unit, BBC, Pebble Mill Road, Birmingham B5 7QQ, with your comments and suggestions.
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4.50 The Piazza della Signoria. 5.15 Introductory Electronics. 5.40 Subject Talk at School. 6.5 Computers: Social Implications. S.30 The Early Music-Hall.
John FitzMaurice Mills invites you to start painting.
6: Wash Techniques of Painting
Producer DICK FOSTER
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A father endeavours to tell his son the facts of life.
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Michael Dean presents the third of six programmes on the origins of board games, with David Brown from the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. The Arrival of Chess
Producer ROBERT TONER
Introduced by Harriet Crawley with Gwyn Richards , Penny Junor This week we attend a furniture auction both as buyer and seller, visit the Rode Toys and Pram Museum , and see the amazing guitar collection of rock musician Steve Howe.
Studio director BRIAN HAWKINS
Producer CHRISTOPHER LEWIS. BBC Bristol
by JONATHAN MILLER Native Medicine
In the 1920s an English anthropologist, Edward Evans-Pritchard , made a study of the Azande tribe in the Southern Sudan. Their medical practices spring from a radically different view of illness from our own. Jonathan Miller journeys to the Sudan and, for the first time, reveals the magic oracles the Azande claim can point to the cause of disease.
This view is contrasted by the cures offered in a typical medical centre in the North West of England.
Both types of healing involve expert knowledge, and are carefully tailored for the society from which they originate.
Dr Miller does not cling to the mystique of his profession - he has the gift ... of looking like an eternal and untidy undergraduate, which disarms the layman's suspicion. (DAILY MAIL) Executive producer KARL SABBAGH Producer PATRICK UDEN
The last of six programmes
Inspired by the antics of a Dame in panto, he was introduced to a stage career with a dancing part in the chorus. After a number of successes in Musicals and Revues he found lasting fame on radio with Arthur Askey in "Band Waggon", Kenneth Horne in "Much Binding in the Marsh" and enjoyed a long partnership with Deryck Guyler in "The Men from the Ministry".
With funny songs and amusing anecdotes he recalls some of the more interesting aspects of show business life, in a long and distinguished career.
Recorded at the Malvern Festival Theatre
Ronnie Bridges and
The last of four programmes 4: A Nice Day to go Out
It was a brisk but nice winters day when Betty Wilson left her home at Peacehaven in Sussex more than three years ago. Behind her she left a husband to whom she had been married for 30 years and their three grown-up children. She took a 35p single ticket on a bus to Seaford and never returned.
Since then her family have devoted their lives to trying to find out what happened - and why. Reporter
Film editor DAVE HARVIE Director ADRIAN HERRING BBC Scotland
with Nick Ross and Jane Walmsley
Assault, corruption, debt, divorce, fraud, injunctions, legacies, murder, negligence, riots, sex and violence.
Some of the far-reaching, outrageous, funny - and significant - legal stories of the week: the courts, the lawyers, the police and the people in the middle. Reporter Peter Bazalgette with specialist advice from Michael Molyneux.
GABRIELLE O'CONNOR and SARAH CAPLIH Film director ADAM CURTIS
Studio director PIETER MORPURGO Producer RITCHIE COGAN Editor PETER CHAFER
PETER SNOW and JOHN TUSA report on the Social Democrats, with PETER HOBDAY and DONALD MACCORMICK to assess the other major news and what's behind it at home and abroad.
Producer PAUL NORRIS Editor RON NEIL