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Tha programme looks at a problem which most Asian women in this country have to face at some time or another.
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL
Director KRISHAN GOULD. BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Producer:
Ashok Rampal
Director:
Krishan Gould.

Presented by Jeremy James
An international chess tournament between eight of the world's leading Grand Masters. The players have been divided into two groups with one point awarded for a win and half-a-point for a draw. The winners of each group will meet in a sudden death final for a first prize of £2,500 and the Master Game trophy. Game 2:
Lothar Schmid (w GERMANY) v Viktor Korchnoi (SWITZERLAND)
The first of Group B games. The German chess-playing millionaire was referee of the last world championship chess match in 1978. He clashes with the temperamental genius, who was so narrowly defeated in that match. Expert analysis by WILLIAM HARTSTON
Designer JOHN BONE
Director SANDRA WAINWRIGIIT Producer ROBERT TONER

Contributors

Presented By:
Jeremy James
Unknown:
Lothar Schmid
Unknown:
Viktor Korchnoi
Unknown:
William Hartston
Designer:
John Bone
Director:
Sandra Wainwrigiit
Producer:
Robert Toner

A series of nine programmes on how to grow and care for indoor plants.
3 : Plants for Warm Places
Both warmth and humidity are necessary to grow tropical vane-ties such as Joseph's coat and the flaming sword. In this programme
Geoffrey Smith offers practical advice on the cultivation of these Dlants and also builds a mini indoor garden using plants that enjoy warm temperatures.
Producer BRIAN DAVIES

Contributors

Unknown:
Geoffrey Smith
Producer:
Brian Davies
on BBC Two England

Lene Lovich
Sleeping Beauty
'She just came like that, she walked through the door and that was Lene, we never changed an inch ... Lene's not like you or me, we all look the same, Lene doesn't.'
(DAVE ROBINSON , Stiff Records)
Formerly a professional screamer in horror films, a belly-dancer in the Middle East, LENE LOVICH has now emerged as one of the most original performers in rock music -aided and abetted by a bizarre appearance and an extraordinary vocal range.
Arena travels with Lene and her constant companion LES on a journey to Berlin.
Film cameraman MIKE SOUTHON Film editor BEN MORRIS Director NIGEL FINCH Producer ALAN YENTOB

Contributors

Unknown:
Lene Lovich
Unknown:
Dave Robinson
Unknown:
Lene Lovich
Editor:
Ben Morris
Director:
Nigel Finch
Producer:
Alan Yentob

starring
Barbra Streisand Walter Matthau
Michael Crawford Louis Armstrong
A popular German farce of the 1890s went through a couple of transformations on Broadway as The Merchant of Yonkers and The Matchmaker before becoming this lively musical.
Matchmaker Dolly Levi is dismayed to learn that the hay merchant she has picked as-her own prospective husband is planning to marry a milliner. Horace is not exactly love's young dream, being tightfisted and overbearing, but Dolly decides to win him back.
Written and produced by ERNEST LEHMiN Directed by GENE KELLY

Contributors

Unknown:
Barbra Streisand
Unknown:
Walter Matthau
Unknown:
Michael Crawford
Unknown:
Louis Armstrong
Unknown:
Dolly Levi
Produced By:
Ernest Lehmin
Directed By:
Gene Kelly
Dolly Levi:
Barbra Streisand
Horace Vandergelder:
Walter Matthau
Cornelius Haekl:
Michael Crawford
Orchestra leader:
Lolis Armstrong
Irene Molloy:
Marianne McAndrew
Minnie Fay:
E J Peaker
Barnaby Tucker:
Danny Lockin
Ermengarde:
Joyce Ames
Ambrose Kemper:
Tommy Tune
Gussie Granger:
Judy Knaiz

Another chance to see Something Else from Belfast
A group of young people from Belfast are the producers of this month's show.
Living in Northern Ireland can be very different and the programme deals with everything from sectarianism to the thriving punk music scene.
Studio bands are Rudi and The Undertones
Made with the help of the COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT

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