Mr Impossible and Mr Small
Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Directed by ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Birmingham
Five programmes on schemes for the young unemployed. 4: Project Fullemploy
Producer IAN WOOLF
Director PAULINE TALBOT Repeat)
A second-stage Italian language series: ten programmes looking at Italy today.
4: Le Regioni
Produced by MADDALENA FAGANDINI ( Repeated Tuesday on BBC2 at 4.0 pm)
A series of 20 programmes which aims to help mentally-handicapped people get more out of life.
13: Let's Go and Plan a Meal Presented by BRIAN RIX
Directed by ROSANNA HIBBERT
Series producer GORDON CROTON
DAVID VINE introduces five programmes about physical education. 4: Dance with KATE HARRISON
(schools dance adviser) and DAVID EDGECUMBE (lecturer) and dancers from London schools.
Director IAN HAMILTON
Producer JOHN DOBSON. BBC Bristol
A 24-part French course for beginners on television and radio: (14) Presented by GILLES DATTAS With
ISABELLE ARDITTI , RICHARD GUEDG ANDRE MARANNE , ARLETTE
MENARD CAROLLE ROUSSEAU , TANIA SOURSEVA
Scripts by MIREILLE FLEMING ANTOINE TUDAL Directed hy TERny DOYLE
Produced hy TONY Roberts (Repent)
< Ensemble radio programmes on Sundays at 2.30 pm and Wednesdays at 11.0 pm on Radio 4UK, VlIF)
Sixteen programmes to help you lip-read.
4: 58 Jubilee Road
Numbers are the subject of this week's programme and we have some suggestions on the use of hearing aids.
Producer BRIGIT BARRY
A 15-part sociology series 14: Social Deviance
How arc the deviants defined? Crime statistics. The dark area of unrecorded crime. Police attitudes to enforcement. The ' effects' of prison.
With PROFESSOR LAURIE TAYLOR
Assistant producer CHARLES PASCOE Producer TONY ROBERTS
A church is a place of worship, even when there is no congregation present. Each building has something to say, some story to tell. Today, R. T. BROOKS is at St Mary's Church, Wedmore, Somerset.
Prespntsd for television by JOHN DODSON BBC Bristol
Beliefs, experiences, prayer and reflection brought together in the foyer of the BBC centre in Birmingham. 4: Failure
CANON ERIC DEVENPORT is joined by FRANK WRIGHT and others who believe that failure can be a religious experience.
Director RAYMOND SHORT Producer LESLIE MITCHELL BBC Birmingham
features the news and views, politics and practice, of those involved with the land. With PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham Farming information on Ceefax pages 168, 169
Weather for farmers IAN MCCASKILL
Regional Variations (2)
With PETER ALLISS
A series of ten programmes 4: From the Fairway
PETER ALLiss and his four regular pupils are joined this week by guest professional GREG NORMAN and the 1976 Scottish Ladies' Champion SANDRA NEEDHAM
Producer GORDON MENZIES
Regional Variations (3)
continues the Sunday season of favourite romantic films. This afternoon starring
Charles Boyer , Margaret Sullavan
Ray Smith , a Cincinnati girl of the 1890s, meets and falls in love with banker Walter Saxel but separation ends their brief affair. When they meet again by chance, Ray begins a secret life as his mistress, living in a back street apartment.
Screenplay BRUCE MANNINC , FELIX JACKSON Based on the novel by FANNIE HURST Produced by BRUCE MANNING
Directed by ROBERT STEVENSON
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The Bird Came C.O.D.
Today: Queen High
Crufts may be just two weeks away but continuously throughout the country there are local dog shows and competitions taking place in village halls and community centres.
Stanley Dangerfield looks in on one of these competitions in a Surrey village. He assesses the role of the Judge, what makes a Show Dog, and, of course, the chances of the competitors, some of whom soon will be showing in vastly different surroundings -the big ring at Crufts.
with Peter Purves
The Duke of Wellington at Home
' After all, Home you know. is what we must look to in the end.' After the Battle of Waterloo, the Duke of Wellington had never owned a settled home of his own. and when the grateful country gave him £600,000 to buy a country house, he chose Stratfield Saye, 30 miles from London. He put in central heating and water closets; and Copenhagen, the horse he had ridden at Waterloo, was installed in the stables.
Film editor IAN MCKENDRICK Photography IAN HILTON
Written and researched by DOROTHY SMITH Produced by EDWARD BARNES Directed by HUGH DAVID
by GEORGE ELIOT
Dramatised in eight parts by JAMES ANDREW HALL starring
5: Tulliver has suffered a stroke and through his unsuccessful law-suit has reduced his family to poverty. Deane has promised to try and help by finding work for Tom and persuading Guest & Co to buy the mill so that the Tullivers can stay on. Music composed by KENYON EMRYS-ROBERTS Script editor ALISTAIR BELL Designer OLIVER BAYLDON Producer BARRY LETTS
Director RONALD WILSON
with Peter Woods ; Weatherman
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore Unknown Portugal
' Fly and Drive ' holidays are ideal for those who want freedom ot movement when they get to their chosen destination, but not the hassle of driving all the way to it. Many of these deals are on offer, but the knowledgeable choose areas that are comparatively unknown - without hordes of other motoring holidaymakers. Such an area is North Portugal, from which JOHN CARTER reports. Sloping Off
Winter sport holidays are booming as never before, with the introduction of new resorts, new teaching techniques and a wider range of package deals. KIERAN PRENDEVILLE took to the slopes to see how a long-established Austrian resort looks after its visitors.
Film editor MAX WHEELER Studio director TRISTAN ALLSOP
Producer TOM SAVAGE
ROY CASTLE discovers that there are many different ways of taking exercise which can also be great fun. For ANITA HARRIS the answer is ice skating while dance teacher PEGGY SPENCER believes that an enjoyable way of keeping fit is by regular dance sessions.
Director BRIAN DAVIES Producer PETER RIDING
Regional Variations (2)
The people of the suburb of Dundela on the eastern fringe of the City contribute this week's programme, meeting in St Mark's Church. MARGARET PERCY has been hearing about their life and faith and the hymns they have chosen.
A safe stronghold (Ein' Feste Burg); when I survey (Rockingham); Take up thy cross (BresSau); Jesu, the very thought (St Botoiphi; 0 Jesus, I have promised (Wolvereote): Peace, perfect peace (Orlando Gibbons); King of glory (Gwalchmai).
Organist PETER HUNTER
Conductor HAVELOCK NELSON Film director IAN HAMILTON Producer MOORE WASSON
Series producer ANDREW RARR
A serial in ten episodes: 4 by BRIAN CLARK , starring
While dealing with local problems in Dover, Mark Telford still finds himself involved in the bank's International Division in London and is again called upon to justify the apparent step backwards in his career. His wife, meanwhile, takes a step forward, landing herself a job in theatre management.
Music by JOHN DANKWORTH
Sound colin DIXON. Lighting JOHN SUMMERS Designer ALLAN ANSON Producer MARK SHIVAS Director BARRY DAVIS
starring Rod Taylor, John Mcillon with Patrick Cargill, Yelena Zigon, John Ewart
Mr Pym, the picture show man, travels the back roads of Australia in the 1920s. With his son, the pianist and a dog, he brings to people in country towns the excitement and glamour of the silver screen.
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with Esther Rantzen
Reporters Paul Heiney , Chris Serle Featuring Oddities of the Week from Cyril Fletcher
And a collection of the jokes, dramas and problems of real life.
Studio director PETER MORPURGO Produced hy HENRY MURRAY and ESTHER RANTZEN Kditor PETER HAFER
with Peter Woods ; Weather
Regional Variations (2)
Many parents no longer have a clear religious belief to pass on to their children. Many primary schools no longer provide Religious Education. So what ideas are modern children picking up about God, and goodness and badness, and what happens after death? Where do their beliefs come from?
In this International Year of the Child Everyman listens to one class of 9-year-olds growing up in a secular school in an expanding post-war community as they talk about their beliefs.
Producer WILLIAM NICHOLSON Editor PETER ARMSTRONG
The Paperback Programme
Introduced by Ronald Harwood
Author of the Week Dame Rebecca West , with A Celebration - a selection from over 60 years of writing by 'one of the most formidable figures on the Anglo-American literary scene', ranging from fiction, biography and criticism to reportage, history and travel.
Books of the Week chosen by John Drummond , Director of the Edinburgh Festival
Michael Holroyd , writer, and Marina Warner, writer
Quiz of the Week set by George Melly on W. H. AUDEN
Producer JULIA MATHESON
Six programmes in which Clive Holloway takes a studio audience on a journey through the world of the senses.
What did you smell on the way to work today? Can you really tell tea from coffee? What wine would you drink with tripe and onions? With food technologist MICHAEL O'MAHONY
Research MARY SPRENT Director FRANK ASH
Producer MICHAEL GARROD