David Lomax concludes the story of the women who flew in the Second World War. Producer JOHN COLEMAN
Series editor DAVID SEYMOUR (R)
Cognitive Development Reaching and Grasping Producer ANNE DIACK
A BBC/OPEN UNIVERSITY production (R)
All Barry has to do to net a fortune is stay unmarried until his
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with James Finlayson. Directed by JAMES PARROTT
Cognitive Development Baby Talk
Producer SUZANNE CAMPBELL-JONES A BBC/OPEN UNIVERSITY production (R)
Pinny and the Tortoise Directed and animated by OLIVER POSTGATE (R)
A See-Saw programme. (R)
How Windermere town was created.
Director PETER HERCOMBE
Weather followed by Under Sail
Tall Sails on the Nile
Feluccas, traditional craft of the Nile, offer the ideal way to see the historic waterway. Producer YVONNE DEUTSCHMAN (R)
The story of life on the waiting list of an NHS hospital.
Director CHRISTOPHER SHEPPARD Editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF
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Weather followed by A Girl Named
Unable to accept the role assigned to women in Mexican society,
Adriana Novelo has come into conflict with her family.
Film editor JIM LATHAM
Producer RICHARD TAYLOR
A Day to Remember
John Huntley recalls people's days to remember. (R)
Once a year the remote dale of the River Coquet in the Cheviot Hills between Northumberland and Scotland comes alive for the local shepherds' show.
Executive producer BRIDGET WINTER Written and produced by DAVID BEAN
Narrated by Cliff Michelmore. The longest and toughest ocean race ever attempted - a journey of 27,000 miles and seven months at sea. Produced by BOB SAUNDERS
Series editor ANTHONY ISAACS
A pair of talented youngsters stage a musical to prove that vaudeville is not dead.
Screenplay by JACK MCGOWAN and KAY VAN RIPER
Produced by ARTHUR FREED Directed by BUSBY BERKELEY
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A series of 12 films in which a walled garden is restored to the way it was 100 years ago. Presented by Peter Thoday with Harry Dodson. 6: June
Music by PAUL READE
Film editor CHRIS ORRELL Producer KEITH SHEATHER BBC Bristol (R)
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The Tale of the Crayfish
Crayfish, lobster or langouste - whatever the name, it is among the most sought after animals in the sea.
Surprisingly little is known about their lives. Now, for the first time, a camera follows them day and night. A curious riddle is the never-before-seen dawn release of the larvae. Could the year-long voyage of larvae be related somehow to the mysterious underwater marches of adult crayfish? Produced by NEIL HARRAWAY Directed by ANDREW PENNIKET Presented for BBCtv by GEORGE INGER BBC Bristol
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The series where members of the public can make programmes under their own editorial control.
No Life of My Own
At the age of 30, Terry spends every day restlessly moving about the house, often screaming with frustration. His mother can barely cope. Terry has learning difficulties and is trapped at home because of the long waiting list for day-care places in the county of Avon. There is no law requiring local authorities to provide for all people with mental disabilities after school age. In this film, the Avon Mental Handicap Action Group demonstrate the devastating impact on parents and children who are being denied a life of their own. Camera RICHARD ADAM
Film editor STEVE RONAY
Executive producer TONY LARYEA Producer HAZEL CASTELL Director GERRY POMEROY
Community Programme Unit
Presented by Penny Junor with reports from
John Thirlwell , John Kettley and Matthew Collins.
The last programme in the series with essential holiday information.
Resort Report: Lanzarote - one of the Canary Islands. Basic facts, best and worst points. UK Mini-Guide: Lyme Regis. Executive producer ALAN DOBSON Producer JULIE K. BRADSHAW BBC North West
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Five Faces of God Jack Pizzey investigates the five religions that flourish in south-east Asia. In Thailand they say that to be Thai is to be Buddhist. In Muslim
Indonesia the government tries to check the advance of militant Islam by limiting the time the faithful can spend on religion. In the Philippines, animism pervades Christianity and one bizarre sect collects kneecaps to protect itself from bullets.
And Hindus celebrate the January festival with startling pain-defying rituals, piercing their flesh with metal hooks and skewers. Written by JACK PIZZEY
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As the festival draws to a close, tourists pack up their souvenirs, actors their costumes, musicians their double-basses and clowns their knapsacks. Garrison Keillor , America's tallest humorist and author of Lake
Wobegon Days, meets
John Byrne , author of Tutti Frutti , and rides off into the sunset in search of Loch Wobegon. Presenter: Tracey MacLeod Producer JOHN WHISTON
Series editor JOHN ARCHER
Computing: Ticket to Fly Producer DAVID SAUNDERS