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A five-part series about managing small businesses. At this the second meeting the focus turns on JOHN ELLIOTT , who runs a factory making air-conditioning equipment in Co Durham.
Club chairman IAN MCNAUGHT-DAVIS
Director MARY SPRINT
Producer john twitchin
Information booklet fl.35 from [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
John Elliott
Unknown:
Ian McNaught-Davis
Director:
Mary Sprint

Five programmes which look at a number of language departments. 2: The Oxfordshire Modern Language Project
Producer Robert clamp
Director SUSANNA CAPON
Booklet, 60p (including postage and packing) from CILT, [address removed]. Cheques/ postal orders payable to CILT.

Contributors

Director:
Susanna Capon

1: To Start Again
In the first of five films about people returning to learning, the location is Consett, Co Durham, where redundant steel-workers are trying to make a fresh start.
Film editor horacio QUEIRO
Producer TONY MATTHEWS

Contributors

Producer:
Tony Matthews

A series of eight programmes
4: La virit 6est au fond de la marmite: MARIANNE LAWRENCE presents a cookery programme with the French expert MICHEL OLIVER.
Research JANE COTTAVE
Production SUSAN PATON

Contributors

Unknown:
Marianne Lawrence
Unknown:
Michel Oliver.
Unknown:
Susan Paton

An invitation to worship at home. People at home or wherever television is available are invited to take part in this service as members of a viewing congregation: to meditate together, to pray for and with each other and to break bread together. Worship starts where you, the viewers, are-in the home; and the themes explored in the series, are common to all of us. Today THE REV JEREMY YOUNGER talks on the theme of Joy and Thanksgiving.
Old Testament Lesson: Psalm 145 Gospel: Luke 15. vv 11-24
Producer PETER firth. BBC Bristol
It you would like to share a belief, a problem or a request, please write to: This is the Day. BBCtv. London W12 8QT

Regional Variations (2)

Agenda

BBC One Scotland

Eight programmes for parents. 5: Could Do Better?
Series producer JENNY ROGERS
Produced by MARY SPRENT
A special pack for parents to accompany the series, 15.00 including postage and packing from Education Shop Pack, The Open University, [address removed]. Cheques/postal orders payable to The Open University.

Contributors

Producer:
Jenny Rogers
Produced By:
Mary Sprent
Unknown:
Milton Keynes

Regional Variations (2)

The Computer Programme

BBC One Wales

The last of a three-part film version Of CONRAD RICHTER 'S
Pulitzer Prize-winning novel starring Elizabeth Montgomery Hal Holbrook The Town
Moonshine now has a church, a school and a trading store on the land Worth Luckett marked out for his family when he was the first white man in the area. His daughter, Sayward, has kept the family together and, now her children are getting married, she cannot agree with husband Portius that they should move out of the log cabin to a big house on the hill.
Screenplay by liam O'BRIEN
Produced by ROBERT E. relyea
Directed by BORIS SAGAL

Contributors

Unknown:
Conrad Richter
Unknown:
Elizabeth Montgomery
Unknown:
Hal Holbrook
Directed By:
Boris Sagal
Sayward Wheeler:
Elizabeth Montgomery
Portius Wheeler:
Hal Holbrook
Genny Luckett:
Jane Seymour
Jake Tench:
Steven Keats
Worth Luckett:
Tony Mockus
Mrs Jake Tench:
Dorrie Kavanaugh
Isaac Barker:
Bert Remsen
Aunt Cornelia:
Joan Tompkins
Rosa Tench:
Katy Kurtzman
Chancey Wheeler:
Dennis Dimster
Will Beagle:
W H MacY
Billy Harbison:
Chelcie Ross
Huldah Wheeler:
Pia Romans
Dezia Wheeler:
Tracy Kleronomos
Kinzie Wheeler:
Paul Swanson
Zephon Brown:
Louis Plante
Sandra Wheeler:
Cora Barker
Dr Pearsall:
Byrne Piven

A zany reprise of the 1981 series of It's a Knockout and Jeux sans Frontières and a preview of 1982. Remember and enjoy again the Drunken Waiters, the Portuguese Crows, the Wrestling Swiss Cows, and The Final, culminating in an exciting victory for Dartmouth.
Stuart Hall presents the programme, and is joined by some of last year's competitors, who re-live again their moments of triumph and anguish.
Studio designer DAVID WILSON
Associate producer JOHN ROONEY Producer GEOFFREY WILSON BBC Manchester
(A new series of It's a Knockout begins on Friday at 8.0 pm)

Contributors

Unknown:
Stuart Hall
Designer:
David Wilson
Producer:
John Rooney
Producer:
Geoffrey Wilson

Once again the world's greatest basketball players are back in London. Outside Broadcast cameras capture the brilliance of their performance during their current visit to Wembley Arena.
Apart from displaying their incredible skills and hilarious on. court comedy, the Globetrotters also play a special match against the Sports Aid Foundation All Stars team of Sharron Davies , Duncan Goodhew , Nell Adams , Brian Hooper and Allan Wells. Commentator ALAN WEEKS
Television presentation ian SMITH

Contributors

Unknown:
Wembley Arena.
Unknown:
Sharron Davies
Unknown:
Duncan Goodhew
Unknown:
Nell Adams
Unknown:
Brian Hooper
Unknown:
Allan Wells.

Regional Variations (2)

Duration: 25 minutes

on BBC One West

Marianne cannot understand Elinor's philosophical acceptance of their new lives at Barton Cottage as her own heart is breaking for their beloved house at Norwood.

This week: Malvern
In the last of this series Arthur Negus is again joined by a team of Britain's leading experts from the world of art and antiques as they continue on the road. They meet the public informally, and discuss treasured possessions brought along for assessment.
The programme, presented by Hugh Scully , is full of information, excitement and surprises as people discover the truth about objects that have, sometimes, been gathering dust for years. Perhaps the biggest surprise is that there are more ' finds ' than disappointments.
Director ROY CIIAPMAN Producer ROBIN DRAKE BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown:
Arthur Negus
Presented By:
Hugh Scully
Director:
Roy Ciiapman
Producer:
Robin Drake

Regional Variations (2)

Voyager Reports

BBC One Scotland

from Caerleon, Gwent
The town of Caerleon straddles the winding river Usk just north of Newport. It is the site where, 2,000 years ago, 6,000 Roman soldiers were garrisoned, and where today archaeologists dig for evidence of their daily life and military prowess. After the Roman military came the Celtic Saints, who brought Christianity to Wales. Among them was St Cadoc, who built a church in Caerleon.
John Stuart Roberts meets some of the local people, among them
Nora Griffiths , a retired Nursing Officer who now works with the St David 's Hospice Movement providing home care for the terminally ill.
Organist GEOFFREY JENKINS Conductor GLYNNS JONES
Producer HUW BRIAN WILLIAMS Series producer JIM MURRAY BBC Cymru/Wales

Contributors

Unknown:
Nora Griffiths
Unknown:
St David
Organist:
Geoffrey Jenkins
Conductor:
Glynns Jones
Producer:
Huw Brian Williams
Producer:
Jim Murray

starring
Eight strangers are invited to the luxurious desert home of the rich Mr Owen-who is absent when they arrive. Waiting to be shown to their rooms, they discover that none of them has ever met their host. After dinner a mysterious voice announces that each of them, and the two servants, is an unpunished murderer. But now retribution is at hand ...
Agatha Christie 's classic murder mystery has been relocated in an exotic Persian palace for this modern British version. and the voice of ORSON WELLES
Screenplay by PETER welbeck , based on the novel Ten Little Indians by AGATHA CHRISTIE
Produced by HARRY ALAN towers Directed by PETER COLLINSON
(First showing on British television) Films: page 11
(Herbert Lom stars in I Have Been Here Before tomorrow at 9.25 pm)

Contributors

Unknown:
Mr Owen-Who
Unknown:
Agatha Christie
Unknown:
Peter Welbeck
Unknown:
Agatha Christie
Produced By:
Harry Alan
Directed By:
Peter Collinson
Unknown:
Herbert Lorn
Hugh Lombard:
Oliver Reed
Judge Cannon:
Richard Attenborough
Vera Clyde:
Elke Sommer
Wilhelm Blore:
Gert Froebe
General Soule:
Adolfo Cell
Ilona Bergen:
Stephane Audran
Michel Raven:
Charles Aznavour
Dr Armstrong:
Herbert Lorn
Mr Martino:
Alberto de Mendoza
Mrs Martino:
Maria Rohm
Inspector Nuri:
Nasser Malak Moth

Old-time Music-hall from the stage of the famous City Varieties Theatre, Leeds (by arrangement with Stanley and Michael Joseph )
For your delectation and delight, your Chairman
Leonard Sachs introduces
Jack Douglas , Mary O'Hara Dinardi, Josephine Blake
Sue Douglas , Alan Randall Nuts & Bolts, Deryk Parkin Guest artists The Krankies
Members of the Players Theatre, London
PENNY RIGDEN, PETER SUTHERLAND NICOLA KIMBER , CHRIS CONNAH
LISA WESTCOTT , GRAHAM RICHARDS DEBBIE GOODMAN , MARTYN KNIGHT
Choreography DOREEN HERMITAGE
Musical director BERNARD HERRMANN Producer BARNEY coleiian BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Joseph
Introduces:
Leonard Sachs
Unknown:
Jack Douglas
Unknown:
Mary O'Hara
Unknown:
Josephine Blake
Unknown:
Sue Douglas
Unknown:
Deryk Parkin
Unknown:
Peter Sutherland
Unknown:
Nicola Kimber
Unknown:
Chris Connah
Unknown:
Lisa Westcott
Unknown:
Graham Richards
Unknown:
Debbie Goodman
Director:
Bernard Herrmann

In a book to be published tomorrow, A Question of Balance, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh considers some problems of contemporary society and asserts his view of the overriding importance of individual freedom.
Tonight Prince Philip talks to Gerald Priestland about his personal philosophy and his view of the world.
Producer
CHRISTOPHER GRAHAM

Contributors

Unknown:
Christopher Graham

with David Jessel
At the heart of the events that make the news lie deeper concerns: the principles on which decisions are based, the effective values and beliefs which are forming our society today. DAVID JESSEL considers the people and the principles at the heart of the matter.
Assistant producer PATTI steeples Producer COLIN CAMERON
Editor JOHN STUART ROBERTS

Contributors

Unknown:
David Jessel
Producer:
Colin Cameron
Editor:
John Stuart Roberts

Regional Variations (2)

A series of eight programmes
The treatment of mental illness in the National Health Service investigated by Dr Alan Maryon-Davis.
A district general hospital serving a population of a quarter of a million handles all mental illness referrals. It has 130 beds in the department of psychiatry and the average length of stay is only four weeks.

Contributors

Presenter:
Dr Alan Maryon-Davis
Researcher:
Gill Creene
Producer:
David Cordingley

and The Mandrell Sisters
Tonight BARBARA MANDRELL and her sisters sing country music .with Kenny Rogers and gospel with Andrae Crouch. Also appearing are the Krofft Puppets, country and western's leading band
Directed by BOB HENRY
Produced by ERNEST CHAMBERS
A KROFFT ENTERTAINMENT production

Contributors

Unknown:
Barbara Mandrell
Unknown:
Kenny Rogers
Unknown:
Andrae Crouch.
Directed By:
Bob Henry
Produced By:
Ernest Chambers

BBC One London

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BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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