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Abhi Kochhar is physically handicapped and at the age of 22 his mental ability is that of a small boy. How have his parents coped?
The final of this year's Asian Song Contest takes place next week and the contest's organiser, Muhammad Ayyub , talks about the future of this important event. The 1983 winner and runner-up Dolly Jutley and Alamgir Mir are today's entertainers.
BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown:
Abhi Kochhar
Talks:
Muhammad Ayyub
Unknown:
Dolly Jutley
Producer:
Krishan Gould
Executive Producer:
Ashok Rampal

French for beginners
Hotel rooms, ice-creams and sandwiches, postcards and stamps.... Carolle Rousseau and Patrick Simpson-Jones show how to get what you want. Studio director MARY SPRENT Producer DAVID WILSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Carolle Rousseau
Unknown:
Patrick Simpson-Jones
Director:
Mary Sprent
Producer:
David Wilson

Tony Osoba , Frances Ruffelle and Tom Hewitt with stories and songs that tell of faults and forgiveness....
Script editor NOEL VINCENT Director CEUA THOMSON Producer MARTIN HUGHES
Executive producer DAVID BROWN BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown:
Tony Osoba
Unknown:
Frances Ruffelle
Unknown:
Tom Hewitt
Editor:
Noel Vincent
Director:
Ceua Thomson
Producer:
Martin Hughes
Producer:
David Brown

Sunday Worship
Joining in today's live worship, from their home on the Isle of Man, are the Principal of King William's
College, Castletown, Dr Peter Bregazzi , and his family. His theme: God in the Environment Old Testament: Job 37, vv M, 10-12 Gospel: Mark 4, w 3741
Hymn: Lord of beauty (Regent Square); Psalm: 104
Director SIMON HAMMOND Producer NOEL VINCENT
Series producer ELIZABETH GORT

Contributors

Unknown:
Dr Peter Bregazzi
Director:
Simon Hammond
Producer:
Elizabeth Gort

A weekly magazine for the deaf and hard-of-hearing, with subtitles and sign language.
Introduced by Maggie Woolley and Clive Mason
Produced by CHARLES PASCOE

Contributors

Introduced By:
Maggie Woolley
Introduced By:
Clive Mason
Produced By:
Charles Pascoe

Six comics explore the roots of their humour. This week
Michael Palin looks back in languor at his meteoric rise to stardom from Sheffield (full address withheld), through Brightside and Carbrook Co-operative Players, to
Edinburgh's famed Parks and Burials Department.....
Film editor DEREK WALLBANK Producer TONY LARYEA
Community Programme Unit

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Palin
Editor:
Derek Wallbank

with Mavis Nicholson Three conversations
2: West Indian parents traditionally believe that children should be 'seen and not heard'. Do today's young West Indians agree?
Film editor SHELAGH BRADY Producer IAN WOOLF

Contributors

Unknown:
Mavis Nicholson
Editor:
Shelagh Brady
Producer:
Ian Woolf

with Robert Lacey
Prince Franz Josef II of Liechtenstein
The tiny country of Liechtenstein has been ruled by Prince Franz Josef II since 1938. He and his wife, Princess Gina, have the most valuable collection of paintings still in private hands in the world.
But they dislike talking about money - *you can't eat a painting and you can't make clothes out of a castle. I mean, what is rich?' Executive producer ADAM CLAPHAM Producer JOHN BIRD

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Lacey

starring and guest starring
Too Many Roscos
Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane wrecks his patrol car for the last time - missing, presumed dead, in Hazzard Pond. A million dollars in cash is due for delivery at the Hogg Bank, and a gang of crooks have arrived in town. Is this enough to put Boss off his dinner? Written by BRUCE HOWARD
Directed by HARVEY LAIDMAN

Contributors

Unknown:
Rosco P. Coltrane
Written By:
Bruce Howard
Directed By:
Harvey Laidman
Bo Duke:
John Schneider
Luke Duke:
Tom Wopat
Daisy Duke:
Catherine Bach
Uncle Jesse:
Denver Pyle
Enos:
Sonny Shroyer
Cooter:
Ben Jones
Sheriff Rosco Coltrane:
James Best
Boss Hogg:
Sorrell Booke
Lulu:
Peggy Rea
Kelly:
Clancy Brown

starring Dramatised in seven parts by ALAN PLATER, from The Warden and Barchester Towers by ANTHONY TROLLOPE 5: Obadiah Slope, having learned of Eleanor's wealth, has changed sides and abandoned Mrs Proudie's candidate, Quiverful
Music composed and conducted by DEREK BOURGEOIS
Producer JONATHAN POWELL Directed by DAVID GILES *CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Conducted By:
Derek Bourgeois
Producer:
Jonathan Powell
Directed By:
David Giles
Septimus Harding:
Donald Pleasence
Mrs Proudie:
Geraldine McEwan
Dr Grantly:
Nigel Hawthorne
Signora Madeline Neroni:
Susan Hampshire
Eleanor:
Janet Maw
Baby Bold:
Christopher Maynard
Samuel Grantly:
William Redgrave
Mrs Grantly:
Angela Pleasence
Charlotte Stanhope:
Susan Edmonstone
Obadiah Slope:
Alan Rickman
Bertie Stanhope:
Peter Blythe
Dr Proudie:
Cuve Swift
Francis Arabin:
Derek New
Mrs Quiverful:
Maggie Jones
Quiverful:
Jonathan Adams

sings Gospel
Earlier this year Southwark Cathedral hosted a Songs of Praise of Gospel music and hymns. Now, in the Central Hall, Birmingham, West Midlands choirs and congregations join in a celebration of their own.
Juliet Alexander talks to choir members for whom Gospel is a way of life.
Soon and very soon; 0 for a thousand tongues: Praise him, praise him: If my people; Jesus Christ is the way; Jesus is the light:
Rise up and walk; He's worthy
Film director CHRISTOPHER MANN Assistant producer DIANE REID Producer MICHAEL SHOESMlTH
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Pebble Mill
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Contributors

Talks:
Juliet Alexander
Director:
Christopher Mann
Producer:
Diane Reid

A Ragged Run
Written by GEOFF MCQUEEN
Robby susses out a crooked gambling house for a friend, but only brings trouble on himself....
Photography PETER CHAPMAN Film editor BILL WRIGHT
Producer TERENCE WILLIAMS Director CAROL WISEMAN
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Contributors

Written By:
Geoff McQueen
Unknown:
Peter Chapman
Producer:
Terence Williams
Director:
Carol Wiseman
Robby Box:
Ray Brooks
Jan Oliver:
Sharon Duce
Dick Mayer:
Stephen Tate
Ronnie:
Seymour Matthews
Harry:
Roy Heather
Mel Carter:
Joe Meua
Hugh Harland:
Robert Longden
Syd:
Jeff Pirie
Milk lady:
Lesley Daine
Debby:
Lisa Geoghan
Henry Diamond:
Tony Caunter
Geordie:
Andy Mulligan
Irish:
Alan Mason
Vi BOX:
Pamela Cundell
Tommy:
James Ottaway
Mr Symbols:
James Bree
Simon Bonner:
Peter Childs
Ferret:
Kenneth Waller
Black George:
Alex Tetteh-Lartey
Joan:
Deirdre Costello
Gil:
Frank Mills
Det Insp:
Terry Cowling
Det Sgt:
Michael Mawby
Policeman:
Charles Dale

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