A magazine for Asian women
Developing Mathematical Thinking: Setting Up and Solving
Twelve explorations with Professor W. G. Hoskins
3: Norfolk - Marsh and Sea professor HOSKINS looks at the way generations of people, peasant and lord, have adapted to this soft coastline of marsh and inlet.
There can be few more convivial and enlightening companions to fall in alongside on a journey through the English countryside. (THE DAILY TELEGRAPH) Film editor CLARE DOUGLAS
Producer PETER JONES
Professor W. G.
The Cameramen 1939-45
A series of six programmes 5:Mike Lewis
The attempt to capture the bridge at Arnhem was both heroic and disastrous. Mike Lewis , a sergeant cameraman with the Parachute Regiment, was lucky to escape with his life and his film recalls vividly the desperate fighting.
(Repeat. Final part on Friday at 4.25)
The Sumerian Voyage of Thor Heyerdahl
A series of four programmes 3:Navigators
Tigris, damaged and needing repair, continues her voyage through the Arab Gulf linking ancient sites influenced by the Sumerians of ancient Mesopotamia.
I take my hat off to the Tigris.
Rivetitig and fascinating. (time OUT) Written, produced by BRUCE NORMAN
This second of four programmes explores the most potent association of music and memory-the romantic. Marilyn Hill-Smith, a leading soprano with the English National Opera, and Kathleen Davey, a Slough housewife, describe how Carl Zeller's' Nightingale song' conjures up the happiest moment in their lives.
Producer TONY staveacre BBC Bristol
Chapter 9: Death in the Air
(Part 10 next Monday)
A natural history in 13 parts by David Attenborough 12 :Life in the Trees
Long ago, a group of mammals sought their fortune in the tree-tops. There they developed binocular vision for accurately judging distances and grasping hands for taking a firm grip. They became the primates - group including dazzling gymnasts, deafening choristers and highly cultured monkeys. Music EDWARD WILLIAMS Film editor -RON MARTIN
Producer JOHN SPARKS. BBC Bristol
* Subtitles on Cee)ax page 270
A thousand years ago, in China, the souls of 108 knights were reborn to fight the tyranny and corruption of the Government.
Their leader was Lin Chung and their exploits became legendary. A Treasure of Gold and Jade
Directed by toskio MASUDA
English adaptation by david WEIR
English version directed by » 1!£
MKEWELL for WORLD WIDE SOUND, London Produced by ntv Tokyo
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
A cartoon featuring the voices of Oscar Wilde's classic bitter-sweet story of a swallow winging its way south which stays to rest upon the sorrowing statue of a once-happy Prince and stays behind to help.
Produced by MURRAY shostab : and MICHAEL mills
The Man Behind the Mask
The first of a series of 13 Chronicle films.
The rags-to-riches life story of German archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann was as glamorous as the magnificent treasures he discovered at Troy and Mycenae. The wonders of his exploits in Turkey and Greece are so strong a part of archaeological folklore that they are still repeated by scholars exactly as Schliemann wrote them down 100 years ago. But those stories are about to change for ever. For when two American professors took a new look at the life of Schliemann they were staggered by their discoveries, particularly since their investigation even calls into question the discovery of ' The Treasure of King Priam ' at Troy - scene of Schliemann's greatest triumph.
Commentary ANDREW FAULDS
Film cameraman COLIN WALDECK
Film editors COLIN JONES , ROBIN IMRAY Written and produced by ROY davies Series editor bruce NORMAN
When Rosie is injured in a bar fight, the officers of the 4077th become saloon keepers. Unfortunately, Winchester omits to bribe the local Military Policeman and Rosie returns to trouble. But the Padre, who is bucking for Captain, comes to the rescue.
by IRIS MURDOCH dramatised in four parts by REG GADNEY
2: Legend has it that one of the nuns of Imber Abbey took a lover. As retribution the great bell Gabriel flew mysteriously into the lake. It has never been found. Centuries later, the Imber community prepare for the installation of a new bell.
Music composed and conducted by MARC Wilkinson. Costum'e designer JOAN ELLACOTT Script editor BETTY WILLINGALE Designer chris PEMSEL
Producer JONATHAN POWELL
Director BARRY davis
Mark Straff ord:
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James Tayper Pace:
Jent Barnett presents the self-help show. She shows one-parent families on Tyneside making efforts to solve their housing problems; and she asks if doing your thing on radio is enough. Why not run the radio with your neighbours in the local community? And there's more self-help with mothers in Northern Ireland.
A COMMUNITY PROGRAMMES UNIT production