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: Gharbar

In this week's programme KRISHAN GOULD visits Leicester to meet MOHAMMED RAZA and talks to him about his activities in teaching Asian music to young children in schools.
LALITA AHMED talks about safety at home and in addition there will be an item of music.
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown: Krishan Gould
Unknown: Mohammed Raza
Talks: Lalita Ahmed

: Closedown

: Play School

Story: Smith and the Lonely Hedgehog written by ALTHEA BRAITHWAITE
Presenters
Sarah Long , Patrick Abernethy

Contributors

Written By: Althea Braithwaite
Unknown: Sarah Long
Unknown: Patrick Abernethy

: Closedown

: Kielder Water

Kielder Water is the newest and largest man-made lake in northern Europe. In May HM The Queen performed the opening ceremony. The spectacular engineering works to raise the giant dam and bore the huge tunnels which will carry water to the industries of Tyneside and the Tees, represent a remarkable achievement of modern engineering.
Some critics have labelled the scheme as Europe's largest white elephant, but already thousands of tourists, yachtsmen, wildlife observers and anglers are discovering an exciting new holiday centre. Written and narrated by Eric Robson
Producer RONNIE BURNS
Director JAMES MACALPINE BBC North East

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Robson
Producer: Ronnie Burns
Director: James MacAlpine

: One Man and His Dog

The BBC Television International Sheepdog Championship
Introduced by Phil Drabble with ERIC HALSALL
The Junior Championship
Four young shepherds, all under 21 years of age, compete with their dogs on the trials course. The competitors
Scotland: ALAN WILKIE with Mirk Wales: MEIRION JONES with Jill Ireland: JOHN MURPHY with Lassie England: RICHARD HARRisoNwith Spy
Technical co-ordinator JOHN EYNON Director MICHAEL KERR
Producer IAN SMITH

Contributors

Introduced By: Phil Drabble
Unknown: Eric Halsall
Unknown: Alan Wilkie
Unknown: Meirion Jones
Unknown: John Murphy
Unknown: John Eynon
Director: Michael Kerr
Producer: Ian Smith

: Charlie Chaplin: The Champion

Written and directed by Charles Chaplin.
With Edna Purviance, Bud Jamison, Leo White, Ben Turpin

Much to everyone's surprise Charlie is a knock-out when it comes to fisticuffs.

Contributors

Writer/Director: Charles Chaplin
Music composed by: Keith Ames
Music directed by: Dennis Wilson
Executive Producer: William Fitzwater
Challenger: Charlie Chaplin
Trainer's Daughter: Edna Purviance
Bob Uppercut - Champion: Bud Jamison
Crooked Gambler: Leo White
Ringside Vendor: Ben Turpin

: The Waltons

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
The Lost Ten Days
Ben is led on a mysterious and frightening trek by an apparently crazy Japanese, while on the mountain Jason runs into stormy weather.
Based on EARL HAMMER jr's autobiographical novel Spencer's Mountain Written by MARION HARGROVE
Directed by Bernard MCEVEETY

Contributors

Written By: Marion Hargrove
Directed By: Bernard McEveety
John: Ralph Waite
Jason: Jon Waimsley
Mary Ellen: Judy Norton-Taylor
Erin: Mary Bcth McDonough
Ben: Eric Scott
Jim-Bob: David W Harper
Elizabeth: Kami Cotler
Ike Godsey: Joe Conley
Ronnie: Claire Edwards
the narrator Earl Hamner: Corabeth Godsey
Rose: Peggy Rea
Cindy: Leslie Wilson
Emily Baldwin: Mary Jackson
Mamie Baldwin: Helen Kleeb
John-Boy: Robert Wightman
Norm: Jordan Suffin
Cpl Kiyono: Sab Shimono
Drew Cutler: Tony Becker
Sergeant: James Saito

: Emma Kirkby and Anthony Rooley

perform ' I saw my lady weep' by JOHN DOWLAND

Contributors

Unknown: John Dowland

: 16 Up

Do You Need a Passport?
' British Airways announce the departure of flight number BA 987 to Belfast'
At the airport a group of young people from all over Britain prepare to take off on a three-day trip to Northern Ireland. Will they see what they see on the news? Or will they see an alternative Ulster?
16 Up goes with them to find out.
Producer TONY MATTHEWS Director PATRICK TITLEY
The 16 Up magazine with follow-up articles by 16 Up contributors is available by sending a postal order for 65p to: 16 Up. [address removed]

Contributors

Producer: Tony Matthews
Director: Patrick Titley

: News Summary

with subtitles, followed by Weather

: Cricket: Third Test

Australia v England from Adelaide RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the final day's play.
Television presentation by CHANNEL 9 AUSTRALIA

: Ebony

The programme that reflects the experience, the achievement, the entertainment of Britain's black communities.
Introduced by Juliet Alexander Vince Herbert and Mary Pett
Producers ROY CHAPMAN , AMANDA THEUNISSEN Series producer KEITH SHEATHER BBC Bristol

Contributors

Introduced By: Juliet Alexander
Introduced By: Vince Herbert
Introduced By: Mary Pett
Producers: Roy Chapman
Producers: Amanda Theunissen

: Year of the French

alendar of French in 12 film portraits 'he Enterprising Bourgeois
The month: November
: Luc Doublet
Lille
Armistice Day in Lille, the industrial heart of north-east France. LUC DOUBLET is at the ceremony torn between feelings of sadness at the memory of those who died and pride in the fact that his flags are draped all over the city. Doublet runs a small family firm which makes flags and products from steel tubing. In a region where factories are closing and unemployment is high, his business is booming.
Luc Doublet is a lively, self-confident and entertaining man. His appearance, wife and house conform to his idea of the perfect French lifestyle. He has a strong sense of family and an equally strong interest in food. On Armistice Day he makes a chocolate cake for the family lunch, as his
93-year-old grandfather remembers the 1914-18 war and the joy he felt when the Armistice was signed. Narrator MICHAEL DEAN
Film cameraman IAN STONE
Sound recordist SIMON WILSON Film editor GRAHAM DEAN
Series editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF Producer JONATHAN GILl
(The Iron Baron on Friday 8.30 pm) « HELP! page 75

Contributors

Unknown: Luc Doublet
Unknown: Simon Wilson
Producer: Jonathan Gill

: M*A*S*H

Bless You, Hawkeye
That is not strictly true. When our hero is laid low with sneezing attacks he becomes a bit of an outcast. His erstwhile friends and colleagues are convinced he spreads disease with every sneeze.

Contributors

Hawkeye: Starring Alan Alda
B J Hunnicutt: And Mike Farrell
Col Potter: With Harry Morgan
Hotlips: Loretta Swit
Charles: David Ogden Stiers
Klinger: Jamie Farr
Fr Mulcahy: William Christopher

: The Barchester Chronicles

starring Donald Pleasence Geraldine McEwan Nigel Hawthorne
Dramatised in seven parts by ALAN PLATER from
The Warden and Barchester Towers by ANTHONY TROLLOPE
6: Misunderstandings have proliferated at Plumstead between the Grantlys and Eleanor vis-a-vis her relationship with Mr Slope. On learning her affairs have been discussed with MrArabin, Eleanor has departed in a rage.
Obadiah Slope has made a mortal enemy of Mrs Proudie , who is determined to destroy him.
Music composed and conducted by DEREK BOURGEOIS
Lighting HOWARD KING
Script editor BETTY WILLINGALE Designer CHRIS PEMSEL
Producer JONATHAN POWELL Directed by DAVID GILES

Contributors

Unknown: Donald Pleasence
Unknown: Geraldine McEwan
Unknown: Nigel Hawthorne
Unknown: Alan Plater
Unknown: Mr Slope.
Unknown: Obadiah Slope
Unknown: Mrs Proudie
Editor: Betty Willingale
Designer: Chris Pemsel
Producer: Jonathan Powell
Directed By: David Giles
Signora Madeline Neroni: Susan Hampshire
Septimus Harding: Donald Pleasence
Dr Grantly: Nigel Hawthorne
Eleanor ,: Janet Maw
Mary Bold: Barbara Flynn
Dr Proudie: Clive Swift
Obadiah Slope: Alan Rickman
Charlotte Stanhope: Susan Edmonstone
Bertie Stanhope: Peter Blythe
Mrs Proudie: Geraldine McEwan
Dean: Mischa De La Motte
Francis Arabin: Derek New
Miss Thorne: Ursula Howells
Plomacy: Roger Booth
Wilfred Thorne: Richard Leech
Mrs Grantly: Angela Pleasence
Dr Gwynne: Trevor Baxter
Harry Greenacre: Ian Brimble

: Grapevine

What's to be Done with the Docks? A special community debate from Wapping Sports Centre with David Rappaport and Juliet Blake The once great London docklands may be becoming an urban waste-land but they are still home for large communities desperate for better housing and more jobs. To provide these, the Government has set up the London Docklands Development Corporation which aims to regenerate the inner city with private capital, and many imaginative studies have already been commissioned. Will these schemes drive out the communities?
Producer PETER LEE-WRIGHT COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT

Contributors

Unknown: David Rappaport
Unknown: Juliet Blake

: Newsnight

: * am Not I

continues the Samuel Beckett Season
In one of the most extraordinary pieces of modern drama Billie Whitelaw , Beckett's foremost interpreter, performs this astonishing tour de force. Not I - the mouth suspended in space, caused a sensation when it was first performed at the Royal Court in 1973. Beckett himself is a great admirer of this television version.
Introduced by Martin EssUn
Directed for the stage by ANTHONY PAGE Producer TRISTRAM POWELL
An Arena presentation (Quad: tomorrow 10.40 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Samuel Beckett
Unknown: Billie Whitelaw
Introduced By: Martin Essun
Producer: Tristram Powell
Unknown: An Arena








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