Late for Work
How do you handle the situation?
Better still, how do you avoid it? With
INDIRA JOSHI , BURT KWOUK, ISLA ST CLAIR, MARINA SIRTIS, TREVOR THOMAS Trevor Butler , Leonardo Pieroni Godfrey James , Michael Burr#ll(
Story: A Letter to Amy written by EZRA JACK KEATS Presenters
Floella Benjamin , Andrew Seeombe
Presented by Jimmy Savile , OBE 6: Shattering Glass Ditector
Producer PETER RIDING
A practical guide to everyday writing.
Today another look at four useful and popular methods of remembering spelling. Presented by BARRY TOOK
5: Kids and the Welfare State
Researcher vicki moore
Producer SUZANNE DAVIES
A series of ten films
5: Malta - Good Friday
The Good Friday procession is one of the highlights of the village of Naxxar's religious year,
Film editor ROBERT BROWN
Producer Peter Ramsden
Booklet, £1.50 (inc p and p), from BBC Publications, [address removed] Face Values, £18.50 from booksellers
Ten programmes with CHRIS SERLE, IAN MCNAUGHT-DAVIS , GILL NEVILL.
5: The New Media
The greatest public impact of information technology is likely to be in the provision of new means of communication.
Directors FRANK ASH , MATT BONEY Producer PAUL KRIWACZEK
starring Clark Gable , Lana Turner ' Candy ' Johnson, a charming, incorrigible con-man, arrives in the gold rush town of Honky Tonk and determines to make it his own. The beautiful Elizabeth Cotton has similar designs on Candy himself. Clark Gable and Lana Turner were teamed together for the first time in this rollicking frontier romance.
Screenplay by Marguerite Roberts and John Sanford Directed by JACK CONWAY
Produced by PANDRO S. BERMAN
Films: pace 9
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A Hal Roach film
(Black and white)
A series in 18 parts adapted from her books by JOAN LINGARD
6: McKinley and Campbell Plumbers starts to look like a going concern, Sandy has an accident.
Studio sound BRIAN 'EWAR Director MICHAEL Kerrigan BBC Scotland
A series of ten programmes on practical garden design. 5: The Shade Border
Many plants dislike growing in full sun, so having a shade border can be an advantage in the garden. In this programme Geoffrey ■smith fills in a north-facing border behind his house with a number of shade-loving plants like dwarf rhododendrons and azaleas. film editor PETER ringstw.
Producer BRIAN DAVIES '
Book (same title), 11.50 from booksellers
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
from Riverside Studios, Hammersmith
Mike Andrews, Nicky Picasso and Steve Blacknell look at the music, art, fashion and style of 1982. This week: music from Bauhaus, Pete Shelley on video, dance from Sponooch, and more.
A series of six programmes 5: Books
Presented by John FitzMaurice Mills
It is almost impossible to fake a book successfully. The forger has to get the right type face, the right paper, the right spurious history for the book, the right sales outlet. Even so, one forger made the present-day equivalent of half-a-million pounds out of books, and the ramifications of his scheme are still being uncovered.
Film cameraman HENRY FARRAR Film sound IAN SANSAM
Film editor CHRIS WOOLLEY Producer ROBIN BOOTLE -
Book (same title), £7.50, from booksellers
The last of five programmes starring Ronnie Barker in The Harder They Fall by Dick Clement, Ian La Frenais featuring Brian Wilde, Fulton Mackay with Richard Beckinsale and Peter Vaughan, Cyril Shaps
Lenny makes the prison boxing squad. The noble art has some new lessons in store for both boxer, and trainer Fletcher.
Designer Jon Pusey
Produced by Sydney Lotterby
stars in the fifth programme of a series including specially filmed sequences in Hong Kong. This week's special guests Rupert Holmes and The Pointer Sisters with Kennedy Centre
Choreography by LUD JOHN COLEMAN and his Orchestra Special material
NEIL SHAND and HENRY* FENWICK
Costume desitfnef bYNDA WOODFIELD Sjiund nyoJBARKtR
Lighting w'Ckie HIGHAM
Designer VICTOR MEREDITH
Production STEWART uorrii
At last, the adult version of Play Away. Twenty-five minutes of really awful, patronising bilge, live from the Midlands.
Director GEOFF TARRANT
Producers SEAN TARRANT, JOHN TARRANT
Hedgehog Sandwich (record REB 421, cassette ZCF 421) from retailers
Ageing albino one:
Fat shouting one:
Funny black one:
Shrill snooty one:
Notes of a Biology Watcher A film with Lewis Thomas
Every one of us is a unique individual. Yet every one of us is owned and operated by other individuals, by hordes of hidden organisms. This is the intriguing view of LEWIS THOMAS , one of America's foremost biologists. In this film he takes us on a remarkable exploration of some of nature's strangest and most intimate secrets.
From the fierce, deliberate battles of sea anemones to the hidden meaning of birds' songs; from humble bacteria that know north from south, to the secret armies that live inside termites, Thomas explores how nature depends on both the unique individuality of creatures and on the surprising partnerships they form. Partnershrbs which includes us - for our cells are also occupied by intimate strangers ...
Narrator PETER WILSON .
Horizon editor GRAHAM MASSEY
Produced for WGBHtv by ROBIN RATES
Dramatised by JOSEPHINE ROOLE
You know the feeling when the car engine splutters and dies. She wasn't sure what to do, but help was close at hand. He was charming and reassuring. But the relationship was short-lived.
Film editor ROD THOMAS
Assistant producer KEVIN CROOKS
Produced and directed by JOHN KING
A series of eight programmes based on excerpts from French-speaking television networks.
4: La vérité est au fond de la marmite
MARIANNE LAWRENCE presents a cookery programme where the, French expert MiCHEL. OLIVER demonstrates how to V^eate, -Lie jneli-melo.de sole au citrÔR,ttÍ1t,o,' Research JANE cottage Production SUSAN pjiton