Mr Muddle and Mr Daydream
Produced and presented by MAIIENDRA KAUL
Directed by ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Birmingham
Five programmes on schemes for the young unemployed. 5: Back to College?
Commentary PAUL HEINEY
Producer IAN WOOLF
A second-stage Italian series
(Rpt for details see Tues BBC2, 4.0 pm)
A series of 20 programmes which aims to help mentally-handicapped people get more out of life: 14
DAVID VINE introduces the last of five programmes about physical education. The future of PE
Adviser ALAN GIBBON
Director IAN HAMILTON Producer john DOBSON BBC Bristol
A 24-part French course : 15 Presented by GILLES DATTAS
IKABELLE ARDITTI , ANnRE MARANNE JEAN NEHR CAROLLE ROUSSEAU
Scripts by MIREILLE FLEMING , ANTOINETUDAL Directed by TERRY DOYLE
Prnduced by TONY ROBERTS i Repeat) iKnsemble radio programmes on Sundays at 2.30 pm and Wednesdays at 11.0 pm on Radio 4UK, VHF)
A series of 16 programmes
EDWARD WILSON and CAROL CHELL in 5: Domestic Scene
Bob Laughton has only recently become deaf; he and his wife are still finding out how to cope.
Producer BRIGIT BARRY
The last in a 15-part sociology series. What is Sociology?
Director LIBBY HALLIDAY
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, Banbury.
Presented for television by RAYMOND SHORT
Working with Words
THE REV EDGAR RCDDOCK talks to people who believe that working with words can be a religious experience.
Director JOHN WILCOX
Producer MICHAEL SHOESMITH BBC Birmingham
Regional Variations (3)
with PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers JACK SCOTT
Regional Variations (2)
with PETER ALLISS
A series of ten programmes 5: The Short Game
Producer GORDON MENZIES
BBC Scotland tFirst shown on BBC)
Regional Variations (3)
starring Stewart Granger Joan Greenwood with Flora Robson , Francoise Rosay
At the age of 16 Sophie Dorothea is forced into a loveless marriage with the Elector of Hanover, later to become George I of England. A brief and tragic love affair ensures that she never becomes Queen.
Screenplay by JOHN DIGHTON and ALEXANDER MACKENORICK
Directed and designed by BASIL DEARDEN and MICHAEL RELPH
A MICHAEL BALCON production. Films: p 17
ALAN WEEKS introduces highlights of these Championships in which Britain's outstanding hope was ROBIN COUSINS.
Coverage also of yesterday's Ladies' event in which DEBBIE COTTRILL and KARENA RICHARDSON represented Britain.
TV presentation by the YUGOSLAV TV Service. Producer DAVID KENNING. Reports on European Figure Skating on Ceefax
Just how do you start training dogs not just to win a championship such as Crufts, but also to get the best out of them at home and at work? PETER PURVES visits a dog training class where both beginners and advanced dogs show their paces, and looks at the role of the dog in jobs where scent is all important, police work and tracking.
Programme consultant STANLEY DANGERFJELD
Producer PETER MASSEY
with Peter Purves
The Brontes at Haworth
'Charlotte has been writing a book, and it is much better than likely!' Each year thousands of visitors tread the cobbled streets of Haworth, and the paths across the encircling moors. They follow in the footsteps of the Bronte family who arrived here in 1820 when six children followed their father to his new church and the parsonage. They lived out their brief lives here, and by their writings they were to make themselves and Haworth immortal.
Film editor BILL WRIGHT
Photography PAUL WHEELER
Written and researched by DOROTHY SMITH
Produced by EDWARD BARNES
Directed by DOROTHEA BROOKING
by GEORGE ELIOT , dramatised in eight parts by JAMES ANDREW HALL starring
6: Wakem is now owner of the mill and Tulliver his embittered employee. Tom has told Maggie she must stop seeing Philip Wakem or he will never speak to her again.
Music composed by KENYON EMRYS -ROBERTS Script editor ALISTAIR BELL Designer OLIVER BAYLDON Producer BARRY LETTS
Director RONALD WILSON
with Kenneth Kendall Weatherman
Introduced by Cliff Michelmore Cruising
The popularity of inland waterway cruising is reflected in the growing numbers who crowd on to our canals and rivers each summer. More and more holiday-makers are sampling the pleasures of waterways on the continent and in Southern Ireland. CLIFF MICHELMORE reports from the waters of the Shannon. San Francisco
All signs point to the West Coast of the USA being a top holiday destination in 1979. For those who Plan to head in that direction-and those who still regard it as something of an impossible dream - a report from the golden gateway of San Francisco by John Carter.
Producer TOM SAVAGE
Roy Castle finds out why a group of Edinburgh workers jog round their factory after work. And why union leader Bill Sirs and actor Colin Baker both find the time to take regular exercise.
Regional Variations (3)
The choir of St Bernard's Convent and the Burnham Hand Bell Society join local choirs and congregations in St Mary's Parish Church. Among them are people who have been talking to MICHAEL BARRETT
Glorious things (Abbot's Leigh); As with gladness 4Dix); When a knight iStowey); All hail the power of Jesus' name (Miles Lane): How sweet the name (St Peter ); Take my life and let it be i Dedication, from Mozart): Guide me 0 thou great Redeemer (Cwm Rhondda); Lead kindly light (Lux benigna); AH for Jesus i.All for Jesus), Conductor ALEC MAYER Organist JOHN BLABER
Film director JIM MURRAY
Producer CHRISTIAN FORSSANDER Series producer ANDREW BARR
(Repeated tomorrow at 3.15 pm
A series in ten episodes by BRIAN CLARK ; starring
5: Mark Telford begins an investigation into one of the town's largest industrial companies and finds that all is not well. But life with his family seems fairly calm, for the moment.
Music by JOHN DANKWORTH Make-up JILL SHARDLOW Costume BRIAN WILLIS Designer ALLAN ANSON Producer MARK SHIVAS
Director BARRY DAVIES See
by HARLEY GRANVILLE BARKER starring
'You must realise that money-making is one thing, and religion another, and family life a third ... and that different laws govern each.' The family firm of Voysey and their home in Chislehurst seem the essence of Edwardian affluence and respectability. But one morning Mr Voysey reveals to his son Edward the unorthodox methods by which he operates.
Music by GEORGE FENTON Sound CHICK ANTHONY Lighting JOHN TREAYS
Script editor STUART GRIFFITHS Designer Richard JONES Director ROBERT KNIGHTS
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 PIETER MORPURGO Produced by HENRY MURRAY and ESTHER RANTZEN Editor
with Kenneth Kendall ; Weather
Presented by Barry Norman
Foul Plan: Goldle Hawn plays an innocent bystander who becomes involved in murder plots, wild chases and bizarre attempts on her life in this comedy-thriller.
Paradise Alley: Sylvester Stallone wrote, directed and stars in this story of three brothers in the slums of New York during the 1940s.
Players: stars Ali McGraw and Dean Paul Martin. Director Anthony Harvey and producer Robert Evans explain how they used the Centre Court at Wimbledon for the first time in a feature film.
Assistant producer MARGARET SHARP Producer BARRY BROWN
Six programmes in which CLIVE HOLLOWAY takes a journey through the world of the senses. 5: Keep Moving
What is travel sickness? How can you stop the room spinning when you've had too much to drink? Why is it difficult to stand on a narrow plank with your eyes shut? With psychologist
PROFESSOR JAMES REASON.
Research MARY SPRENT Director FRANK ASH
Producer MICHAEL GARROD