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The programme looks at a problem which most Asian women in this country have to face at some time or another.
There is also a story for young children and a popular song.
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL
Directed by KRISHAN GOULD BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Producer:
Ashok Rampal
Directed By:
Krishan Gould

2.0 The Bagshot Handicap Steeple-chase (3m)
2.35 The Valley Gardens Opportunity Handicap Hurdle Race (2im)
3.5 The Embassy Premier Steeple-chase (Qualifier. 2Jm)
3.40 Dunkirk Handicap Steeple-chase (2m)
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON Commentators
PETER O'SULLEVAN , RICHARD PITMAN
TV presentation BOB DUNCAN
Racing tips and results on Ceejax

Contributors

Introduced By:
Julian Wilson
Unknown:
Peter O'Sullevan
Unknown:
Richard Pitman
Unknown:
Bob Duncan

A series of eight programmes Around the World with Clare Francis
1: To Capetown
In some of the most dramatic real-life sailing ever seen on television CLARE FRANCIS and her crew of 11 sail in a race around the world, against the clock, with 14 rarely-seen competitors in this special two-part programme.
The event was the 1977/78 Whit-bread Round-the-World Yacht Race - 27,000 miles and seven months through some of the most notorious stretches of ocean in the world, filmed by Skipper Clare herself and members of her crew.
A champagne film. (DAILYMAIL) Producer BOB SAUNDERS

Contributors

Unknown:
Clare Francis
Unknown:
Clare Francis
Unknown:
Skipper Clare
Producer:
Bob Saunders

A series of three programmes 1: Sherborne
Gwyn Richards finds a wealth of unexpected treasures, from a medieval wall painting to a newly discovered will of Sir Walter Raleigh , in this ancient north Dorset town with its two castles, numerous schools and fine Abbey.
Photography DAVID SAUNDERS Producer KEITH SHEATHER

Contributors

Unknown:
Gwyn Richards
Unknown:
Sir Walter Raleigh
Unknown:
David Saunders
Producer:
Keith Sheather

with Robert Robinson
The Climate of Treason by Andrew Boyle describes the lives and backgrounds of Philby, Burgess and Maclean.
With the author are Bryan Forbes , whose new novel Familiar Stran gers is about the ' fourth man ', and Malcolm Muggeridge ,
Director SUE MALLINSON Producer ANTONY ROUSE

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Robinson
Unknown:
Andrew Boyle
Unknown:
Bryan Forbes
Unknown:
Familiar Stran
Unknown:
Malcolm Muggeridge

A series of ten programmes with Donald Sinden
3: The Dawn of Gothic
During the 12th century a complete break was made with Romanesque architecture and Europe moved towards an architectural style of her very own. The new style differed so much from the classical tradition that centuries later Sir Christopher Wren could refer to it disdainfully as Gothic, meaning ' barbarian Though ' barbarian ' in origin, the Gothic style was to set architecture on a journey of some 300 years, in which time the religious beliefs and determined ingenuity of the medieval mind found eloquent expression in the grandest, most sublime churches to be seen in Christendom.
This week DONALD SINDEN visits Rievaulx Abbey and St Giles , Skelton, near York, to look at the early development of Gothic architecture.
Film cameraman PETER HALL Film editor PETER ORTON Producer DICK FOSTER

Contributors

Unknown:
Donald Sinden
Unknown:
Sir Christopher Wren
Unknown:
St Giles
Editor:
Peter Orton

The comedy film series starringandwithand
Temporary Duty
Hawkeye is sent to another unit temporarily and in return Captain Roy Dupree takes his place.
Fair exchange is no robbery? Tell that to the marines if you must - but not to the 4077th!

Contributors

Hawkeye:
Alan Aida
B J Hunmcutt:
Mike Farrell
Major Charles Winchester:
David Ogden Stiers
Colonel Potter:
Harry Morgan
Hotlips:
Loretta Swit
Roy Dupree:
George Lindsey

Part 2 starring Johnny Mathis at the Royal Albert Hall in London. The second half of a concert in which Johnny sings many of his hit songs, including 'Misty' , 'I'm stone in love with you', 'Feelings' and 'When a child is born'.
Musical director JIM GANDUGLIA Solo guitar GIL ROGERS
THE MIKE SAMMES SINGERS
Film recordist CHRIS HOLCOMBE Production YVONNE LITTLEWOOD

Contributors

Unknown:
Johnny Mathis
Unknown:
Albert Hall
Director:
Jim Ganduglia
Guitar:
Gil Rogers
Unknown:
Chris Holcombe
Unknown:
Yvonne Littlewood

by ROBERT CRICHTON The last of six parts dramatised by BILL CRAIG with With the mines closed and hardship biting deeper, the people turn against the Camerons. The money in the ' kist' is being depleted and Jemmie is now seriously ill. At the height of the unrest Lord Leitch summons Gillon to tea at Brumbie Hall,
Lighting ALAN HENDERSON
Studio sound NORMAN CANLIN Designer ALEX GOURLAY
Producer PHARIC MACURER
Directed by PETER MOFFATT. BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Crichton
Dramatised By:
Bill Craig
Unknown:
Alan Henderson
Unknown:
Norman Canlin
Designer:
Alex Gourlay
Directed By:
Peter Moffatt.
Maggie:
Morag Hood
Gillon:
Malcolm Ingram
Lord Leitch:
Cyril Luckham
Walter Bone:
Roddy McMillan
Henry Selkirk:
Graham Crowden
Brothcock:
Jack Watson
Menzies:
Alec Heggie
Sandy Bone:
Jay Smith
Rob:
Iain Lauchlan
Andrew:
Gerard Kelly
James:
Joseph McKenna
Sam:
Ewan Stewart
Sarah:
Sharon Erskine
Emily:
Lesley Fitzsimons
Ian:
James Morrison
Lady Leitch:
Phyllida Hewat
Warrick:
Paul Young
Elphinstone:
David Bannerman
Dr Doomsday:
Gerald Selvin
Sheriff:
Paul KermacK
Japp:
Frank Wylje
Mrs Brothcock:
Shenah Douglas
Riddell:
Ron Paterson
Powell:
David Voss
Miners:
Ray Jeffries, Denis Agnew

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