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Your Rights and the Police
Have you ever been arrested? Would you know what to do if you were arrested?
In the last programme of the series, presenters INDIRA JOSHI BURT KWOUK , ISLA ST CLAIR
MARINA SIRTIS and TREVOR THOMAS look at your rights and the police. With BRIAN COX
WARREN CLARKE, HILARY MINISTER, JANE WOOD, PATRICIA BRAKE, DONALD GEE, TREVOR BUTLER
Director JEREMY ORLEBAR
Producer BARBARA DERKOW
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Story: The Jumping Shoes by PETER WILTSHIRE Presenters
Sheelagh Gilbey , Johnny Ball
A practical guide to everyday writing. Today a final look at four ways of remembering spelling. Presented by BARRY TOOK and ANDREW SACHS with Manuel's special method of remembering spelling.
Producer CAROLINE PICK
AIDAN CHAMBERS and GRACE HALL-WORTH offer a range of recent children's, fiction from picture-books to early teenage novels.
Director JOHN BROOKE
Producer CAROLINE PICK
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The last of ten films about the way people live, in cultures very different from our own.
Gypsies - A People Apart
A gypsy community of Richmond, California, celebrates what looks like a very American festival-Thanksgiving. But behind the scenes much of what goes on is designed to keep them separate from the 'outsiders '.
STALEY COSTELLO, the leader of the group, spends much of his time managing the group's relationships with the American society that surrounds them.
Film editor ROBERT BROWN Producer PETER RAMSDEN
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The last of ten programmes
CHRIS SERLE, IAN MCNAUGHT-DAVIS and GILL NEVILL continue their exploration of the world of information science.
Things to Come
Information technology has the power to change the face of our society completely by taking over the work of a large majority of the population. But will this be allowed to happen, and which aspects of our economic life are most likely to be affected?
Directors MATT BONEY , FRANK ASH Producer PAUL KRIWACZEK
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Robert Taylor , Lionel Barrymore Maureen O'Sullivan , Vivien Leigh When Lee Sheridan , star athlete of a small American college wins a scholarship to Oxford, he sets out to show the British what's what. But it's not long before the cocky American is up to his neck in trouble with his colleagues, his tutors and two very pretty girls....
Screenplay by MALCOLM STUART BOYLAN
WALTER FERRIS and GEORGE OPPENHEIMER Produced by MICHAEL BALCON Directed by JACK CONWAY
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Mother substitutes, especially nannies, have been affected by changes in the nursery. What is nanny's.role today? How is she trained? Views are collected from aristocrats, working wives, nannies and babies!
Producer SUZANNE CAMPBELL-JONEW
A BBC/Open University production
Stan and Ollie are spirited aboard ship!
A Hal Roach film
A series in 18 parts adapted from her books by JOAN LINCARD
11: Maggie visits her Granny in the glen. Catriona reveals that she is going to have a baby. There is a fire in Granny's cottage.
Film sound JEFF SMITH
Film cameraman NORMAN SUEPIIERD
Producer KENNY MCBAIN. BBC Scotland
The last of ten programmes on practical garden design. The Lawn
A smooth, well-kept lawn is restful to look at and is a perfect foil to the flowers growing in the borders nearby.
In this programme Geoffrey Smith offers practical advice for growing a new lawn and how to care for an established one the whole year round.
Film editor PETER RINGSTED Producer BRIAN DAVIES
Book (same title), Â£1.50 from booksellers Gardening hints on Ceefax page 269
(Gardeners' World is on Friday at 7.50)
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Riverside Studios, Hammersmith
Today's music, art, fashion and style with Mike Andrews , Nicky Picasso and Steve Blacknell.
This week: studio band Birthday Party, Nin Dance Company, studio interview with Steve Strange ; and Ian Birch of Smash Hits magazine meets Paul Weller of THE JAM and Martin Fry of ABC during a behind, the-scenes look at Top of the Pops.
Executive producer MICHAEL APPLETON Director DAVID CROFT
Producer JOHN BURROWES
Michael Bryant tells
Jerry Bundler by w. w. JACOBS
' My father used to declare that the last time he slept here the ghost of Jerry Bundler lowered itself from the top of his bed and tried to strangle him.'
Five personal accounts of recent changes in scientific ideas
2: The Day the Earth Moved Dan McKenzie , FRS
Fifteen years ago there was a dramatic change in our understanding of the Earth. Geologists learned how and why volcanoes occur, how mountains are built and why the continents have their present shape: in short, the World suddenly made sense.
Then aged 25, DR DAN MCKENZIE was one of the architects of the new theory. He recalls what it was like to be a young turk at the centre of that rare event - scientific revolution.
Photography KEITH HOPPER
Executive producer DAVID PATERSON Film editor ROGER DAVIES Producer JOHN LYNCH
Tonight Marti is joined by her special guests The Four Tops Marian Montgomery and Derek Griffiths , and entertains us with her own special blend of music and comedy.
With GEOFF RICHER'S FIRST EDITION
Written by BORIS DAY
Choreography GEOFFREY RICHER
Musical director RONNIE HAZLEHURST Vocalbacking
JEAN GILBERT, LINDA JARDIM, VICTY SJLVA Costume designer VERITY LEWIS
Sound LEN SHOREY. Lighting BILL MILLAR Designer ANDREW HOWE DAVIES Producer STANLEY APPEL
The first of six programmes
Once again Mike Harding is released on a now-suspecting public with a series of zany one-man shows. This time the ' cuddly-owl ' disrupts a quiet Derbyshire spa town when he regales his audience at The Opera House, Buxton.
Sound ALAN rox
Lighting joun CROWTHER Designer Paul MONTAGUE
Produced by BARRY BEVINS BBC Manchester
(More Harding on Friday at 7.15 pm, whenheisjoinedbuTheSpinnersfor A Musical Canal Celebration)
Giant computers that can think like human beings; fusion power reactors producing boundless energy and mini space shuttles bustling around space colonies. These are all part of the Japanese Government's dream for a future they aim to dominate.
To get them there, they're educating the next generation of Japanese with' an efficiency approaching the programming of computers.
The West has already seen one industry after another seriously threatened by Japanese competition. Are they now going to do for the crucial technologies of tomorrow what they've already done for cars and. calculators? Or is there a flaw in the machine?
Horizon examines Japan's attempts to be number one in the 90s and asks - could they be finally overreaching themselves?
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The second of four programmes featuring blues musicians filmed in the USA to 1976.
Tonight Alexis Korner presents Laura Dukes , Sam Chatman
Big Joe Williams, Little Brother Montgomery and James DeShay
Production GILES OAKLEY , MADDALENA FAGANDINI
Book, The Devil's Music, £3.00 from booksellers -'
Presenters Peter Snow, John Tusa and Donald MacCormick bring you the major events of the day, and the pictures, interviews and analysis that explain their significance.
From the programme's team of correspondents: film reports shot in Britain and around the world On the issues and topics which are making the headlines. Joan Bakewell has first news of stories from the arts; David Icke and Marshall Lee have the stories from behind the-world of sport.