6.50 St Paul's Cathedral
7.15 A Natural Model
7.40 Psychology: Here's Looking at You
8.5 Raising Sons and Daughters
8.30 Open Communities
8.55 Britain: Granary for the Roman Empire?
9.20 A Trunk Road Appraisal
9.45 Dominance and Subordinacy
10.10 Thallium in Organic Synthesis
10.35 Titian: Three Paintings
11.0 Ethnic Minorities: To Bedford from Busso
11.25 The Shape of Cars to Come
11.50 Arts: Images of Class
12.15 Brian or Rosemary?
12.40 Religion: The Greek Liturgy
1.5 Testing Time for Maestro
1.30 Modem Art: St Ives
1.55 Organic Chemistry: Polymers
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The magazine presenting both current affairs and entertainment from the Asian world.
This week Network East examines the implications of the Government's proposed 'poll tax'. Will Asians be the losers, especially those living in extended families?
Gurdas Maan, the popular
Punjabi folk singer, performs in the studio.
Plus the regular Video Top Ten, this week's new movie and all the latest news and views on matters Asian. Producer NARINDER MtNHAS Director VIVIEN ELUS
Series producer NARENDHRA MORAR Executive producer JOHN WILCOX
Tonight three new presenters - Sarah and Angela Brown and Paul Little -join regulars Jenny Powell and Tony Baker to star in Five Go to Newquay. No, not an undiscovered Enid Blyton text, but the world's fastest-moving rock show coming from the south west of the south west.
Associate producer JONATHAN KING
Production PETER HAMILTON
BBC North West
The classic documentary film 'Smoke makes prosperity - no matter if you choke on it.'
This devastating indictment of the onrush of 'civilisation' in overcrowded American cities, was one of the great poetic documentaries inspired by Pare Lorentz in the late 1930s. Music by AARON COPLAND enhances raw and powerful images of waste and deprivation, and a visionary, socialist view of the alternatives possible. Written and directedoy RALPH STEINER and WILLARD VAN DYKE
The Comhill Insurance Test Series
England v Pakistan from The Oval. Third day Introduced by TONY LEWIS
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD
Summaries TOM GRAVENEY
with John Pitman
At the age of 8, Julie Lartey was snatched from the couple who had fostered her since she was a few days old, and smuggled out of Britain to Ghana.
The snatch had a devastating effect on her foster parents - Evelyn and Bill Vose.
Now, ten years later, Julie wants to come home to them - will the Voses help?
Evelyn is aged 70, Bill is 80. They decide to spend their life savings on a ticket, but never hear whether Julie has received it.
They go to the airport not knowing whether Julie will be on the plane. If she isn't, they will go through all the heartache again. If she is, will they be able to pick up where they left off years ago?
A riveting tale of innocence, love and betrayal TODAY A slice of drama cut raw from life
40 Minutes editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF Producer ANGELA HOLDSWORTH * CEEFAX SUBTITLES
A six-part introduction to the language and people
4: Alfama, the Alentejo, and the April Revolution
On 25 April 1974 Europe's most recent revolution ended 48 years of dictatorship in Portugal. It brought, among other things, a hard-fought legacy of land reform to the stunning sun-drenched region of the Alentejo, in southern Portugal, where the cork oak and the co-operative dominate the landscape.
Discover too how to find your way around the picturesque lanes of Alfama, in Lisbon - in Portuguese, of course. Presented by Roberta Fox
Production assistant ELIZABETH MCDOWELL Producer TERRY DOYLE
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The news of the day and the week
Debbie Thrower with today's latest news and sport.
Moira Stuart reviews a week of news in pictures - with subtitles. Followed by Weather
The famous Welsh tenor sings his favourite songs and arias with his special guests: Elizabeth Gale (soprano) The Cory Band
BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra leader BARRY HASKEY conducted by Andrew Greenwood
Recorded at the Brangwyn Hall, Swansea
Lighting STAN JONES Sound GEOFF ATKINS Executive producer J. MERVYN WILLIAMS
Producer HEFIN OWEN BBC Wales
(Dennis O'Neill Sings, available on record and cassette, REN/ZCN 626, from retailers)
Orson Welles Joseph Cotten
Welles's feature debut - at the age of 25 - nearly broke
RKO Studios. Now, several decades later, it is regarded as a masterpiece and arguably the single most important landmark in cinema history. Welles discarded and re-created innumerable 'rules' and his presence as actor and director dominates the entire production. Kane's story, told in flashback, shows him as a rich and powerful newspaper magnate whose career is threatened by scandal. 'Here is a man who could have been President, who was as loved and hated and as talked about as any man in our time, but when he comes to die, he's got something on his mind called Rosebud. Now what does that mean?'
Screenplay by ORSON WELLES and HERMAN J. MANKIEWICZ Produced and directed by ORSON WELLES
0 FEATURE: page 14 and WODDIS ON: page 81
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Joyce Blair. Patrick Cargill Francis Matthews and Richard Pasco tell
Glyn Worsnip about billings, props, and short runs - all part of a life On Stage Assistant producers
PATRICIA MIFFLIN. LOUIS ROIHNSON Producer JULLET MAY BBC Pebble Mill
Professor Fuchs and his expedition discover the ancient burial tomb of an Egyptian queen. Legend has it that Tera. Queen of Darkness, had a power beyond the tomb. How great a power is revealed by the series of horrifying events which befall the members of the expedition.
Screenplay by CHRISTOPHER WICKING Based on the novel Jewel of the Seven Stars hv BRAM STOKER
Produced by HOWARD BRANDY Directed by SETH HOLT
0 FILMS: page 14
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