Today's programme, presented by Surinder Kochar , features a compilation of music, with contributions from Kawsar Habib , Intiaz Ali Khan and Riaz Ali Khan , Runa Laila and Pukar.
An ASIAN UNIT presentation BBCPebbleMill
Marketing the Micro
The cut-throat world of microcomputers provides the setting for a look at two approaches to marketing. Is thorough market research necessary, or is it just a question of utilising the latest technology?
A BBC/Open University production
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Oxford University v Cambridge University for the Bowring Bowl
Last year Oxford broke the Cambridge run of five successive victories with a powerful performance-which brought them the only try of the match. This season both sides have enjoyed mixed fortunes, but Oxford has gained confidence, and in a game that guarantees total commitment and endeavour from both sides, must start as marginal favourites.
Commentator at Twickenham NIGEL STARMER-SMITH with BOB HILLER , IAN ROBERTSON Producer HUW JONES including at
Barbarians v All Blacks 1973 The Varsity Match can be a first step into the world of international rugby. For Mike Gibson it led to an appearance in one of the greatest matches ever played. Producer JEFF GODDARD
Regional News and Weather
If it's four o'clock in the afternoon, then it's time to join Pamela and her guests. Producer PETA NEWBOLD
Keith Floyd takes to the Somerset Levels in search of lunch and the fresh-water delights of pike and salmon. Film editor PETER SNOW
Producer DAVID PRITCHARD BBC South West (R)
Jenny and Tony are live onstage in London's West End to announce the winners of the No Limits Powerplay Top Ten.
Associate producer JONATHAN KING Production PETER HAMILTON BBC Manchester
by LESLIE STEWART
There's too much crime about, so Lome's Dad is keen on the new Neighbourhood Watch idea. Lorrie has doubts
- but, being Lorrie, no-one really listens to him. Anyway, he's got problems of his own.
Produced and directed by ROGER TONGE
In 1952, Frank Atkinson saw an open-air museum in Norway and dreamed of creating something like it in this country. This year,
Beamish North of England
Open Air Museum in County Durham won the national
Museum of the Year Award. Cultural historian
Robert Hewison visits Beamish to meet its creator and to assess it's influence today.
Written by ROBERT HEWISON Photography
RICHARD RANKEN. MAX SAMETT Film editor ERIC BOWER
Producer ROGER BURGESS BBC Newcastle
The last programme of this
Popular musical quiz between Denis Norden with Ian Wallace and Frank Muir with John Amis from The Westminster Theatre, with questions written and posed by Steve Race.
TV presentation DOUGLAS HESPE
Presented by Chris Kelly
Michael Barry , Jill Goolden Top Turkey ... with Christmas just two weeks away, a tasting of turkeys. Tiny Tots ... a doctor and a psychiatrist say how much it's safe to drink.
Tempting Tastes ... to mark the 150th anniversary of Mrs Beaton's birth, an interview with the lady herself. Film directors
WILFRED EMMANUEL-JONES CHARLES FURNEAUX
Studio director JEREMY MILLS Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
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by VITA SACKVILLE-WEST dramatised in three parts by PETER BUCKMAN starring
1: Lord Slane is dead. After a lifetime spent supporting his career as Viceroy of India, Prime Minister and elder statesman, Lady Slane is free at last to do as she pleases.
Downstairs her children are busily deciding her future, assuming gracious compliance but Lady Slane plans to reassert her independence.
Music composed and conducted by NIGEL HESS
Designer RAY CUSICK
Script editor SIMON PASSMORE Costume designer JOAN WADGE Produced by COLIN ROGERS Directed by MARTYN FRIEND
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with special guests Johnny Mathis
Rita Moreno , Henry Mancini Highlights from the first part of a concert recorded at the Royalty Theatre, London, featuring the smooth piano style of Richard Clayderman , with three of the great names of American popular music. Musical directors
Sound GRAHAM HAINES Lighting STAN SNAPE Designer ROGER CANN
Producer DAVE PERROTTET
(In aid of the 1986 BBC Children in Need appeal)
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Donald MacCormick and Nick Worrall with Ian Smith , Nick Clarke
Gill Nevill and Chris Lowe
from the G Mex Centre, Manchester
The Guinness Soccer Six
Highlights from the first of two nights' action to decide the best six-a-side team in England. Tonight top stars from ARSENAL. ASTON VILLA LUTON. MANCHESTER CITY NEWCASTLE and NOTTINGHAM
FOREST battle for a place in tomorrow's final round.
Each match lasts 15 minutes, the pace is fast and furious and there's a soccer 'sin-bin' for any foul play.
Introduced by STEVE RIDER Commentator JOHN MOTSON Producer JOHN SHREWSBURY Editor JOHN ROWLINSON
(Further coverage tomorrow in Sports Afternoon and Sportsnight)