This week LALITA AHMED introduces a discussion about the education of Asian children.
Also taking part are
SWARAN TALWAR, ANNU GUPTA
D. S. DHILLON and TALEYA REHMAN
Music is provided by RAJAB ALI who sings a ghazaj.
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
Story My Cat Likes to Hide in Boxes by EVE SUTTON
Illustrated by LYNLEY DODD
Presenters Carol Chell , Ben Bazell
Last in a Yesterday's Witness series of six programmes about British life in India in the 20s and 30s.
In Bengal, the British Raj's most troubled province, two groups of terrorists were convinced that political assassination and indiscriminate bombing attacks were the only certain way to ring down the curtain on British India. Eventually the authorities got the measure of the revolutionaries, but not before policemen and civil servants had been murdered and life in the province regularly disrupted.
Producer STEPHEN PEET
Directed and narrated by CHRISTOPHER COOK
The BBC Television International Sheepdog Championship
Introduced by Phil Drabble With ERIC HALSALL Second Semi-final
An Irishman from County Antrim, with his little red collie who has sometimes been mistaken for a fox, and a farm manager who has won the Scottish National Sheep Dog Championship, meet to, decide who joins last week's semi-final winner for a place in the Singles Final in two weeks' time. From Ireland:
ARTHUR MAWHINNEY from Ladyhill with Cindy
STUART DAVIDSON from Sandbank with Ben
The Brace Championship continues today on the trials course at Bala in North Wales.
RON BAILEY with Spot and Ed (England) v
MEL PAGE with Nell and Fly (Wales)
Technical co-ordinator JOHN EYNON Director MICHAEL KERR
Producer IAN SMITH
in The Adventurer
Charlie cuts quite a dash as a man about town on the make.
Written and directed by CHARLIE CHAPLIN Music composed and directed by DENNIS WILSON
Based on EARL HAMNER JR 's autobiographical novel Spencer's Mountain Written by MICHAEL MCGREEVEY Directed by PHILIP LEACOCK
' The lawyers and magistrates bargain over your future and you've got no say in the matter,' says ex-offender Tommo. If you get taken to court will you know how to cope with the system? And if you get sentenced to a ' short sharp shock' will you come out feeling reformed as well as punished?
' All I ever learned was how to march,' says ex-SSS man James. Join 16 Up in Leeds for a look at crime and punishment with barrister Helena Kennedy and Bradford ranter Seething Wells.
Producer TONY MATTHEWS Director CHRIS LENT
The 16 Up magazine with follow-up articles by 16 Up contributors is available by sending a postal order for 65p to: [address removed]
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Ever since the hovercraft first flew in 1959, it has been a symbol of British ingenuity. But for the hovercraft's inventor, Sir Christopher Ceckerell, it represents just one chapter in a distinguished engineering career, that's ranged from vitally important work on radio during the war to his current involvement with helping to develop a totally new source of energy.
Nigel Farrell met Sir Christopher at his home in Hythe, near Southampton.
Executive producer DAVID SEYMOUR Producer DAVE THOMAS
The programme that reflects the experience, the achievement, the entertainment of Britain's black communities.
Introduced by Juliet Alexander , Vince Herbert and Mary Pett This week's music from Buzzz
Producers ROY CHAPMAN , AMANDA THEUNISSEN Series producer KEITH SHEATHER BBC Bristol
A calendar of French life in 12 film portraits
Madamoiselle Chabert is the only woman president of a wine cooperative in France. She is 83 years old and is loved and feared throughout the French wine trade. September is the busiest and most nerve-racking month of her year - the time of the grape harvest. This year it's an exceptional one. In her own vineyard the grape-picking is in full swing. In the narrow streets of the village of Fleurie truck-loads of grapes cause traffic jams. Mile Chabert keeps a sharp eye on everything that is going on. Wine and food are her passions. She pays no attention to her doctor's warnings and sticks firmly to a rich diet. She has never had the time to get married but she isn't lonely. Three generations of nephews and nieces surround her in the house where she was born and where she will die. Narrator MICHAEL DEAN
Film cameraman IAN STONE
Sound recordist SIMON WILSON Film editor MARTIN SHARPE
Series editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF Producer JONATHAN GILI
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The film series starring
Klinger decides to go into the newspaper business. And he does mean business. So does the Army when it delivers half a million tongue depressors, looking at throats for the use of. Say A-a4i.
Directed by ALAN ALDA
Theme music on BBC Comedy Themes (record REC 387, cassette ZCR 387) from retailers
B J Hunnicutt:
starring Donald Pleasence Geraldine McEwan Nigel Hawthorne and Susan Hampshire as Signora Madeline Neroni Dramatised in seven parts by ALAN PLATER from
The Warden and Barchester Towers by ANTHONY TROLLOPE
5: Obadiah Slope , having made it impossible for Mr Harding to accept his old position of Warden of Hiram's Hospital, swiftly changed sides when he learned of Eleanor's wealth and abandoned Mrs Proudie 's candidate, Quiverful. In so doing, he has incurred the wrath of Mrs Proudie , already enraged by his attentions to La Signora Neroni.
Music composed and conducted by DEREK BOURGEOIS
Lighting HOWARD KING
Script editor BETTY WILLINGALE Designeramis PEMSEL
Producer JONATHAN POWELL Directed by DAVID GILES
More cafe ole with David Rappa port as he plunges back into action with a varied menu of ideas and enterprises from around the country. Today's specials:
Country villages-how to end up in the soup; unemployment damages your health-a meaty report from Newcastle; the savoury subject of coping with odd feet. For dessert:
Juliet Blake 's Gripevine
Producer PETER LEE-WRIGHT COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT