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: Gharbar

Today's programme discusses the Victim Support Service in the London borough of Wandsworth, which is a part of National Network. It offers assistance to victims of crime. Surinder Kochar talks to WPC Neelu Bhardwaj, Usha Sood from Victim Support Wandsworth, Dr Abdul Rashid Gatrad, and Bengali translator Chhanda Majumdar.
Music is by Raghunath Seth who plays a raaga 'Nagaswaravali' on the flute.
An ASIAN UNIT presentation BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Talks: Surinder Kochar
Unknown: Usha Sood
Unknown: Dr Abdul Rashid Gatrad.
Unknown: Chhanda Majumdar.
Unknown: Raghunath Seth

: Daytime on Two

9.52 Making History
The Middle Ages: The Castle When Thomas Beauchamp remodelled Warwick Castle, he designed it more to impress than to be a defensible base. How had the functions of castles and knights changed since the Norman Conquest ? Producer JILL SHEPPARD (R) (e)
10.15 Look and Read Fair Ground!
2: Comings and Goings
Is someone out to give the fair a bad name? Ozzie gets suspicious. Written by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL Producer SUE WEEKS (R) (e)
10.38 Science in Action Space Ship Earth
Take a good look at the closest star; make a reflecting telescope and find out how to receive pictures of earth from space. Presenters KJARTAN POSKITT and TERRY MARSH
Assistant producer CLARE ELSTOW
Series producer ROBIN MUDGE (R) (e)
11.0 Watch
Movement: Finding Our Way What clues do people need to get from one place to another? How does Tony find his way when he visits a school? And why is it important to know in which direction you are facing if you are a Muslim? Watch finds out with the help of the children from Girlington First School in Bradford. Presented by LOUISE HALL-TAYLOR and TONY NEILSON
Series producer JUUA DRUM (e)
11.17 Near and Far
People and the Elements: When the Wind Blows
A look at some of the ways in which the wind can affect people and landscape.
Producer ROBIN GWYN (R) (e)
11.40 Wondermaths: Logo Turtle Training
The Logo turtle moves and draws. The kids show TIMMY MALLETT how to control it. Producer MORTON SURGUY (e)
11.57 Childcare and Parenthood A New Arrival
To have or not have children - when - in what sort of circumstances? Many babies are carefully planned and prepared for, others come unexpectedly. Parents-to-be consider the impact a baby may have on their lives.
Producer DIANE MORGAN (R) (e)
12.18 pm
Going to Work: Life Skills Going for the Interview by BILL LYONS
Nearly everybody at some time has an interview and, as you see, some do better than others.
With CASSIE MCFARLANE.
GARY HAILES. ANDREW STEEN , MICHELLE COLLINS. TONY MCPHERSON ,
GORDEN KAYE , SANDY RATCUFF and PIPPA LAY.
Director GEOFF WILSON Series producer
PAUL MITCHELL (R) (e)
12.40 The Taste of Health With the help of several cookery experts, JUDITH HANN discovers that food does not have to be naughty to be nice! Everyday Eating (R) (e)
1.5 Telejoumal
(e)
1.38 English Time: Storytelling Spells, Charms and Curses Three different types of traditional tale:
Willy and the Piece of Wood, told by professional storyteller HUGH LUPTON ;
The Paper Bag Princess, an unconventional folk tale; The Lambton Worm, a well-known legend from the north-east of England. Storytellers
JANET PALMER , BRENDAN HEALY Producer DAVID MELDRUM (R) (e)
2.0 News and Weather
2.2 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. Maths-at-the-fair:
Four tries at the sideshow. Book: A Letter to Amy
Presented by HARRY TOWB Animation HELEN MORLAND Director SUE ARON (e)

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Beauchamp
Unknown: Norman Conquest
Producer: Jill Sheppard
Written By: Christopher Russell
Producer: Robin Mudge
Presented By: Louise Hall-Taylor
Presented By: Tony Neilson
Producer: Robin Gwyn
Producer: Diane Morgan
Unknown: Cassie McFarlane.
Unknown: Gary Hailes.
Unknown: Andrew Steen
Unknown: Michelle Collins.
Unknown: Tony McPherson
Unknown: Gorden Kaye
Unknown: Sandy Ratcuff
Director: Geoff Wilson
Producer: Paul Mitchell
Unknown: Judith Hann
Unknown: Hugh Lupton
Unknown: Janet Palmer
Unknown: Brendan Healy
Producer: David Meldrum
Presented By: Harry Towb
Unknown: Helen Morland
Director: Sue Aron
Cosmo: Frances Kay
Dibs: Francis Wright

: Cameo

The Living River
Spring comes to the Hampshire river, where elvers snake upstream, the pike hunts, and warblers and buntings nest in the reeds. The riverside ripples with life till autumn fades into chill winter.
Photography RONALD EASTMAN Producer KEITH HOPKINS BBC Bristol

: Songs of Praise

from Farnham Maltings
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

: International Snooker

Tony Knowles v
Silvino Francisco
DAVID ICKE introduces further live coverage of this first-round match.

Contributors

Introduces: David Icke

: News and Weather

Regional News and Weather

: Pamela Armstrong

Antiques expert Tony Curtis says you could be richer than you think.
BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Curtis

: International Snooker

Tony Knowles v
Silvino Francisco
Further coverage and the result from the Wembley Conference Centre.

: The Citadel

by A.J. CRONIN dramatised in ten parts by DON SHAW , starring Ben Cross
Clare Higgins
1: Andrew Manson, a newly-qualified doctor, arrives in the Welsh mining town of Drineffy full of enthusiasm to start his career as an assistant to Dr Page. His expectations are soon shattered.
Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director PETER JEFFERIES

Contributors

Unknown: A.J. Cronin
Unknown: Don Shaw
Unknown: Ben Cross
Unknown: Clare Higgins
Producer: Ken Riddington
Director: Peter Jefferies
Andrew Manson: Ben Cross
Thomas: Jack Walters
Blodwen Page: Cynthia Grenville
Annie Hughes: Beryl Nesbitt
Dr Page: Tenniel Evans
Mr Williams: Siôn Probert
Mrs Williams: Sharon Morgan
Philip Denny: Gareththomas
Dai Jenkins: Dyfed Thomas
Mrs Howells: Lyn Langridge
Mr Harries: Roger Nott
Mrs Harries: Anwen Williams
Christine Barlow: Clare Higgins
Dr Branwell: John Garvin
Mrs Branwell: Olwen Griffiths
Mr Watkins: Richard Davies
Mrs Watkins: Janet Davies
Miners: Derek Crewe
Miners: Dafydd Havard

: World Ski-ing Championships

from Crans-Montana
The start of 12 days' coverage on BBC2 of ski-racing's event of the year, in the picturesque Valais region of southern Switzerland. The stunning views across the Alps to the Matterhorn should provide a picture-postcard environment for the dramatic, high-speed action of this biennial competition. DAVID VINE describes today's opening race, the Men's Combined Slalom, the result of which will be combined with Friday's Downhill to find the world's best ski racer.
TV presentation by SSR, Switzerland Producer JIM RESIDE
0 FEATURE: page 85

: Ludwig van Beethoven

The Complete Piano Sonatas Daniel Barenboim plays Sonata No 29 Op 106, the 'Hammerklavier'. (Sonata No 5 at 11.20 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Daniel Barenboim

: Food and Drink

Presented by Chris Kelly
Michael Barry , Jill Goolden Cook's Tour - amateur cook John Wilcock and top chef Raymond Blanc continue their gastronomic adventure in France. This week they visit a family-run restaurant. Game Pie - game is lean, healthy and modest in price and there's a hot game pie recipe that goes perfectly with.... Red Wine - a tasting and an explanation of a new red wine code which classifies the different varieties. Film directors
DAVID PEARSON. CHARLES FURNEAUX Studio director JEREMY MILLS Producer PETER BAZALGETTE

Contributors

Presented By: Chris Kelly
Presented By: Michael Barry
Presented By: Jill Goolden
Unknown: John Wilcock
Unknown: Raymond Blanc
Unknown: David Pearson.
Producer: Peter Bazalgette

: Harold Pinter's Betrayal

continues a season of films new to television starring
Brilliantly transposed to the screen by its original author, Harold Pinter 's scathing view of the mores of middle-class marriage relies on a classic standby of cinematic technique - the flashback. The story covers the period from 1980, reaching back to the early 70s as the sequence of betrayals is unfolded. This serio-comic examination of sexual infidelity is brought vividly to life by three of Britain's finest actors and by the skilful and unobtrusive direction of David Jones.
Screenplay by HAROLD PINTER based on his own play
Produced by SAM SPIEGEL Directed by DAVID JONES
(First showing on British television)
0 FILMS: page 18

Contributors

Unknown: Harold Pinter
Unknown: David Jones.
Unknown: Harold Pinter
Produced By: Sam Spiegel
Directed By: David Jones
Jerry: Jeremy Irons
Robert: Ben Kingsley
Emma: Patricia Hodge
Mrs Banks: Avril Elgar
Waiter: Ray Marioni
Sam: Caspar Norman
Charlotte (aged 5): Chloe Billington
Charlotte (aged 9): Hannah Davies
Ned (aged 2): Michael Konig
Ned (aged 5): Alexander McIntosh

: Newsnight

With Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael
Reports by Nick Worrall Ian Smith , Nick Clarke
Gill Nevill and Chris Lowe

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacCormick
Unknown: Adam Raphael
Unknown: Nick Worrall
Unknown: Ian Smith
Unknown: Nick Clarke
Unknown: Gill Nevill
Unknown: Chris Lowe

: Weatherview

: Ludwig van Beethoven

The Complete Piano Sonatas Daniel Barenboim plays Sonata No 5 Op 10 No 1

Contributors

Unknown: Daniel Barenboim








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