The last of eight films Staying on Top
Assistant producer SALLY KIRKWOOD Producer ROBERT CLAMP
Extra Help When Out of Work
Are you out of work?
INDIRA JOSHI , BURT KWOUK , ISLA ST CLAIR, MARINA SIRTIS and TREVOR THOMAS give more advice on how to apply for benefits at the DHSS. with BRIAN COX , JANE WOOD IAN MARTER , LIZ CROWTHER
Producer BARBARA DERKOW
For more information on today's topic, in 13 languages, phone [number removed]
Book (same title), £2.75; theme music on Top BBCtv Themes Vol 4 (record REH 424, or cassette zcn 424), from retailers
A practical guide to everyday writing with seven new and handy ways of remembering spelling. Today there's help with writing personal letters. Presented by BARRY TOOK with MICHAEL GAMBON and ZENA WALKER , and ANDREW SACHS with Manuel's special method of remembering spelling.
Sketches written by ANDY HAMILTON and BARRY PILTON Director JULIAN STENHOUSE Producer CAROLINE PICK
Adults wanting help with reading, writing or spelling: in England, ring [number removed], or write to [address removed]; in Wales, ring [number removed], or write to [address removed] or in NorthWales,ring[number removed];inScotland, ring [number removed], or write to [address removed]; in Northern Ireland, ring [number removed], or write to [address removed]
Ten programmes which aim to help mentally handicapped people to get more out of life.
Presented by BRIAN RIX
9: Let's Go and Do Some Gardening Indoors, outdoors
Assistant producer ROSANNA HIBBERT Producer CHARLES PASCOE
Let's Go notes for parents and teachers, 95p. inc postage, from [address removed]35mm slidepacks,£27.60,plus87ppostage, from [address removed]
A series of ten films
9: Don't Wake Them Up
Directed by Abby Haluday Produced by Howard Smith (First shown on BBC1)
The last of five programmes
Introduced by CHRis puNKLEY Secret - Official
Director GtLEso AKLEY . (Ftrst shorn" BBC1)
(Fur dctaifs see Sutida:;, BBCt, 10.5 am)
Gary Cooper , Loretta Young
When 'Melody Jones' rides into Pavneville, alt he is looking for is a job. Unfortunately the towns-folk mistake the amiable young cowboy for Monte Jarrad, a notorious murderer....
SereenptaybvNUNNALLY jOHNSON based on the nove) by ALAN LEMAt Produced by GARY COOPER
Directed bySTUART HEtSLER
(Btac); and Mhtte). Fitms. pafjc IS
Cherry De Longpre:
A series of sixprogrammes about sailing ships that have survived. 5: Sea CtoMd
This beautiful square rigger was originally built in the 1930s as one of the world's most extravagant wedding presents for the heiress Marjorie Hutton. For many years Sea CtoMd, the largest fourmasted barque to sail under the American nag, was her private yacht Now the ship is in the charter business at ;E35,000 a week. Her passengers enjoy the romance of voyaging under sail while living in luxury worthy of a millionairess. Narrator TOM SALMON
Director JACK BELLAMY
Producers BRIAN HAWKINS. ROBtN DRAKE BBC BWstot
A series in 12 parts, starring
1: The MoMstroMS P:ot
Escaped master criminal Convict 39013 menaces an entire city as he exacts revenge on wealthy industrialist Horace GranviMe , bringing tragedy to three young stuntmen known as the Daredevils. When the problem becomes too big for the police the Daredevils vow to bring the demonic convict to justice and acquire a mysterious ally in The Red Circle, only to face certain death deep under the sea.
Blanche Granville....cAROLE LANDis
Directed by WtLHAM WtTNEY and JOHN ENGUSH
A REFuenc SERttt. (Btocfc and tohitc) (Par! 2 tomorrow at 5.40 pM)
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Narrated by Nick Nichols
An affectionate look at the American cowboy, Hollywood's most romanticised creation. This American programme features some of the great stars who transformed the dusty, desolate cattle trails and towns of America into an arena of adventure, heroism and rugged individualism. It includes clips from such classics as Shane, High Noon, Gunfight at the OK Corral, as well as the great William S. Hart in Tumbleweeds Landrush in 1925.
A group of young people live and work on a replica of a prehistoric Iron Age settlement at a secret location in the West of England. A revised series of eight programmes tells the story of their lives over 12 extraordinary months. 6: Family Troubles.
Produced by JOHN PERCIVAL BBC Bristol
Book (same title), JE7.M; from booksellers
with subtitles for ttn hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Ric Wharton began diving in a local gravel-pit in a home-made rubber suit that let in the water. Today he is co-owner of one of Britain's biggest diving companies, based in Aberdeen.
Ric describes the dangers a diver faces and the techniques he employs to stay alive in the dangerous waters of the North Sea. He also explains how he has grown to love the 'granite city' and why he will stay there even after the oil boom is over.
A series of four programmes
On tour with Cliff in America!
Although a musical superstar around the globe. Ctiff Richard has been comparatively unknown in the United States since his last tour in 1960. Not surprisingly. Cliff has viewed the 'land of plenty' as the last big professional hurdle in his career and his recent American tour as being of prime personal importance. This film offers you a ringside seat of the events, adventures and performances involved in this long-awaited 'Cliff Invasion '. As Cliff himself says, 'after 21 years' practice we should be just about ready '.
KErTH HOPPER , <Rt BHENNER
Fitm sound cums LOVELOCK. MB ROGOW mm editor PAULINE DYKES Producer NORMtN STONE
The last of six programmes in which one of America's brightest young comedians presents his uniquely comic view of life. Written by KELLY MONTEITH and NEIL SHAND starring Kelly Monteith featuring
DAVID BARHAM , PETER BLAND
KARAN DAVID , HILDA FENEMORE
ADRIAN GIBBS. CHRISTOPHER JAGGER BRI'CE MONTAGUE . JOHN SHARP
PHILIP TREWINNARD , APRIL WALKER HARRY WEBSTER , DIANA WESTON
Music composed by RONmE HAZLEHURST Sound JOHN DELANY
Lighting FRED WRfGHT
Designer ANDREW MVtES Directed bv JOHN BtSHOp Produced by JAMES MOtR
British Rail have pinned their hopes on the Advanced Passenger Train. It's an excellent design with a great deal of new technology, from the hydraulic mechanism that tilts the coaches to new braking and suspension systems. Yet from the start the project has been hampered by delays, disputes and breakdowns. A small and youthful team of commissioning engineers was given the task of making the train work. Horizon joined them for a crucial week as the engineers raced against time to solve the train's problems by today. 7 December, when - if all goes well - the train will start the first 125 mph passenger service from London to Glasgow. Narrator Ian Holm
(Rptd next Sunday)
with Brian Torff (bass) from the Waldorf Hotel, London
The second part of a concert, recorded recently in London, featuring the blind jazz pianist GEORGE SHEARING , and the outstanding young bass player BRIAN TORFF.
Sound GRAHAM HAtNES Lighting JOHN MASON Producer KEN GRtFFtN
Peter Snow, John Tusa. Peter Hobday and Donald MaeCormiek present an informed account of what's happening in the world; with the latest news and weather from Louise Batchetor and Margaret HounseU, plus the sports results from David Icke.
The last of ten programmes
Hot oif the Eurovision link from the GDR comes tonight's news giving you a chance to develop your understanding of the German language and a German view of events. Presenter coRiNNA SCHNABEL
Programme consu]tant WERNER KASTOR DirectorJANE BARANGA
Producer BARBARA DERKOW es)