Marmalade for Breakfast by JUDY WHITFIELD Presenters
Ben Thomas Lola Young
Summertime on the North Yorkshire moors and the tension builds for 16-year-old Judith Mountford , as she approaches her first solo.
Written by BRIAN THOMPSON Director KEITH MASSEY
Executive producer DOUGLAS B. SMITH
Tom Rook seems to know everyone on Exmoor, to go everywhere. to have a finger in all aspects of its life. This documentary follows him through a year, its rituals, its seasons, and the work and fun that go with them. Narrator
Film editor CHRIS ALDRIDGE Producer MICIIAEL cnouciiER BBC Bristol
The second of two illustrated extravaganzas by PETER TINNISWOOD The Congo Affair Told by Robin Bailey
Mr Robin Bailey 's magic lantern slide lectures end with an account of the MCC's first and only tour of the Belgian Congo. Wisden's Almanac gives only the sketchiest outline of this landmark in the history of the 20th century.
Tonight we learn the inside story of a tour whose ramifications are felt to this day wherever cricket is played.
Director BOB BLAGDEN Producer TONY LARYEA
The classic cliff-hanger serial starring
Ray ' Crash' Corrigan
Chapter 11: Flaming Death
With the sacred city totally destroyed, Crash knows time is running out in their battle to save the Upperworld from the menaces of Unga Khan , unless the' transformed Professor Norton can regain control of his mind and destroy his own creation ..
A REPUBLIC serial
(Final part tomorrow at 5.40)
The story of a warm-hearted family of pioneer stock - surviving the Depression years of the 30s and facing the war years of the 40s. starring
Wager Elizabeth turns trainer, when her sisters rashly challenge two local bullies.
Based on EARL HAMNER JR 'S autobiographical novel Spencer's Mountuin Written by E. F. WALLENGREN Directed by GWEN ARNER
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Starring Michele Fawdon and Alan Cassell
When Cathy's baby is âkidnappedâ by her husband and taken to Greece, the mother turns in despair to the authorities who are unable to help. Eventually two newspaper reporters take up the woman's plight - at first in search of a good story and subsequently out of genuine concern. This moving portrait of a woman, in an alien society, without money or friends, conveys a remarkable sense of truth and authenticity.
(First showing on British television) Films: page 13
Based on a book by:
Harry, taxi driver:
Live from London's Creenwood Theatre, television's most unpredictable programme. There will be music, conversation and, as always, star-studded entertainment.
Director RON ISTED
Produced by TOM GUTTERIDGE
(Russell Harty from Manchester on Thursday at 8.30 pm)
BBC2 Snooker Championship
The fourth frame in the series of 16 programmes for the 1982 Pot Black Trophy.
Featuring in Group Two:
Dennis Taylor (Northern Ireland) the Irish Champion against Steve Davis (London) the 1981 World and UK Professional Champion .
Their first meeting in Pot Black.
STEVE DAVIS , with a successful collection of major titles during the year, is now the player all others want - and have - to beat! Introduced by ALAN WEEKS
Referee JOHN WILLIAMS Commentator TED LOWE
Director ROY NORTON Producer REG PERRIN BBC Birmingham
Book (same title), from 11 February; theme music on Sporting Themes (record REH 348, cassette ZCR 348), jrom retailers
What Makes Rabbit Run?
John Updike 's new book, Rabbit is Rich, is the third in the Rabbit series from the author of Rabbit,
Run, Couples and The Coup. At 50,
Updike is at the height of h s powers and reputation. His novels amount to a chronicle of Middle
America in the liberated and disillusioned post-Kennedy years.
'Many of my books and stories involve a bourgeois home being disrupted by sex ... Maybe 1 should pay more attention to the fact that these homes were basically established by sex as well.'
Art, sex and religion; he has described these as the Three Great Secret Things, and in this film, the first full-length study of Updike, he looks at his own life and art in the light of his strictly religious Pennsylvania past, and wonders about the drives that make Rabbit run.
JOHN MCGLASHAN. MARTIN BELL Film editor JULIAN MILLER
Executive producer BILL MORTON producer DAVID CHESHIRE
The Last of the Late Victorians
' I suppose I am one of the " odd bods " of English painting.'
In his 72nd year Carel Weight is being honoured with an exhibition which will tour England during the rest of the year and is now showing at the Royal Academy. In this film profile he talks to John Read about his striking and sometimes unnerving paintings of landscapes, people and human drama.
Film editor DAVID MARTIN
Film cameraman COLIN WALDECK Producer JOHN READ
PETER SNOW, JOHN TUSA , PETER HOBDAY and DONALD MACCORMICK present an informed account of what's happening in the world