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This programme sets up the whole idea of the series. Some of the personalities taking part speak about the positive effects of good coaching:
RON GREENWOOD insists that coaching should be simple
KEVIN KEEGAN argues that even experienced internationals should still be learning
BOBBY ROBSON enthuses on shooting correctly, and SIR HAROLD THOMPSON , former chairman of the Football Association, hopes that fun will come back to the game by players using, and spectators observing, great skills.
Producer BOB ABRAHAMS
(Tomorrow: Shooting, 1)
The FA Coaching Book of Soccer Tactics and Skills, 18.50, from bookshops
BACK PAGES: 70

Contributors

Unknown:
Ron Greenwood
Unknown:
Kevin Keegan
Unknown:
Bobby Robson
Unknown:
Sir Harold Thompson
Producer:
Bob Abrahams

A selection of some of the world's great paintings from the Renaissance to the present day.
A series of ten programmes
This week's theme is Self-Portraits
[Photo caption] Durer (1471-1528) Self-Portrait
(The Prado, Madrid)

Albrecht Durer is widely recognised as the greatest of all German artists. The accuracy of his detail, which amazed his contemporaries, is revealed in his portraits, including those he did of himself. They made introspection an art form. This self-portrait of 1498 was painted when he was 26. Written and presented by Alistair Smith

"There are almost as many praiseworthy aspects about One Hundred Great Paintings as there are pictures in the series". (The Times)

(Tomorrow: Rembrandt's "Self-Portrait as the Apostle Paul")
(Brookes On ... page 69)

Contributors

Presenter/Writer:
Alistair Smith
Director:
Anita Crum

with Jack Scott
The last of six programmes about the workings of our weather. Overheating
The increasing use of fossil fuels may threaten an overall rise in global temperatures that could change established patterns of climate. But scientists are finding it difficult to prove that the danger really exists.
Director FRANK ASH
Producer BRENDA HORSFIELD

Contributors

Unknown:
Jack Scott
Director:
Frank Ash
Producer:
Brenda Horsfield

Regional Variations (2)

Secret Army

Series 3

Episode 9: Sound of Thunder

Duration: 50 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Drama set in German-occupied Belgium during World War II. The victorious allies enter Belgium, but Lifeline face reprisals for their collaboration with the Germans.

The young Welsh singer with the deep melodic voice welcomes her musical guests
Julian Lloyd Webber accompanied by Simon Nicholls and her regular friends George Shearing with Brian Torff (bass) and The Paul Jury Quintet from The Great Hall, The Assembly Rooms, Derby
Exterior sequences recorded in the gardens of Chatsworth by kind permission of His Grace The Duke of Devonshire Musical director NEIL RICHARDSON
Programme associate WALTER RIDLEY Sound CHRIS HOLCOMBE Lighting JOHN ALLINSON Designer VIC MEREDITH Producer KEN GRIFFIN

Contributors

Unknown:
Julian Lloyd Webber
Accompanied By:
Simon Nicholls
Unknown:
George Shearing
Bass:
Brian Torff
Director:
Neil Richardson
Unknown:
John Allinson
Designer:
Vic Meredith
Producer:
Ken Griffin

Presented by Eric Robson
Live debate and lively reporting of the decisions, issues and attitudes that divide public opinion.
Editor colin adams BBC Manchester
II, after watching the programme, you trou Id like to let us know your views on the subject, write to: Return Call, BBCtv, Oxford Road, Manchester M60 1SJ. Return Call to Brass Tacks next Monday evening will report back on what you think.

Contributors

Presented By:
Eric Robson

A cartoon from China
A shepherd boy falls asleep while playing his flute and dreams that his buffalo has run away.
Written and directed by TE WEI and CHIEN CHIA CHUN Produced by SHANGHAI FILM ANIMATION STUDIO

Contributors

Directed By:
Te Wei
Unknown:
Chien Chia Chun

Peter Snow, John Tusa Peter Hobday and Donald MacCormick present an informed account of what's happening in the world; special reports from the BBC's correspondents at home and abroad, investigations by Newsnight's own team of reporters into what's going on behind the headlines; the latest news and weather forecast from LINDA ALEXANDER , plus the evening's sports results from DAVID ICKE.
Producer PETER BELL
Directors ALEX SAWARD and joiin WILKINSON
Assignment editors CLIVE SYDDALL and JOHN MAHONEY
Deputy editor DAVID Dickinson , Editor GEORGE CAREY

Contributors

Unknown:
John Tusa
Unknown:
Peter Hobday
Unknown:
Donald MacCormick
Unknown:
Linda Alexander
Unknown:
David Icke.
Producer:
Peter Bell
Directors:
Alex Saward
Editors:
Clive Syddall
Editors:
John Mahoney
Editor:
David Dickinson
Editor:
George Carey

BBC Two England

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