Apologising and Complaining
Neighbours! You can love them or loathe them.
INDIRA JOSHI , BURT KWOUK , ISLA ST CLAIR, MARINA SIRTIS and TREVOR THOMAS demonstrate strategies for complaining and apologising, and show you how best to cope with difficult situations which can arise between neighbours.
With PATRICIA BRAKE, DONALD GEE, JOAN HICKSON, BRIAN WILDE
Scriptwriter NETTIE LOWENSTEIN Consultant DENISE GUBBAY
Directors SUSANNA CAPON , JEREMY ORLEBAR
Producer BARBARA DERKOW
For more information on today's topic, in 13 languages[number removed]
Story: Mrs Wobble the Waitress Written by ALLAN AHLBERG
Illustrations by JANET AHLBERG Presenters
Sarah Long , Don Spencer
Presented by Jimmy Savile , OBE
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5: Water, Water Everywhere
Director julia DRUM
Producer PETER RIDING
A practical guide to everyday writing with seven new and handy ways of remembering spelling. Today there's help with writing a letter for a job. Presented by BARRY TOOK , with ZENA WALKER and TILLY VOSBURGH
Sketches written by ANDY HAMILTON and BARRY PILTON Director JULIAN STENHOUSE Producer Caroline PICK
A five-part series
4: Kids and Play Space
Research JULIA DRUM
Producer SUZANNE DAVIES
A series of ten films about the way people live, in cultures with values and customs that are very different from our own. 4: Malta - Parish
Malta has been Christian for nearly 2,000 years, since St Paul was shipwrecked on its shores. The parishioners of Naxxar are still passionately dedicated to their religion, and much of the life there centres round the church and its priests.
Film editor ROBERT BROWN Producer PETER RAMSDEN
Booklet, £1.50 (inc p and p), from BBC Publications[address removed]Face Values, £18.50 from booksellers
A series of ten programmes
CHRIS SERLE, IAN MCNAUGHT-DAVIS and GILL NEVILL continue their exploration of the world of information science.
4: It's on the Computer
Storing information is what the great majority of computers are used for. But how much can they hold, and how can the stored information be easily retrieved?
Director MATT BONEY
Producer PAUL KRIWACZEK
starring Simone Simon
John Emery , Kurt Kreuger
Alan Napier , Jason Robards. Sr
The priest of the French town of Cleresville vows that the church bell will remain silent until the first blow is struck against the Prussian army of occupation. , . On an eventful coach journey from Rouen to Cleresville, a young laundress displays more integrity and patriotic spirit than her disdainful fellow passengers.
Screenplay by JOSEF MISCHEL , PETER ruric Adapted from two storiesGUY DE MAUPASSANT VAL LEWTON
Directed by ROBERT WISE
Dramatic high-speed winter sports action from Austria. featuring
The Ladies Combined Slalom from Haus.
Commentator DAVID vine
A series in 18 parts adapted from her books by JOAN LINGARD
5: Maggie and James find some unexpected visitors at the Glen.
Film cameraman DICK JOHNSTONE
Director RENNY RYE BBC Scotland
A series of ten programmes on practical garden design.
4: The Hollow Wall and Table Bed In his own garden, GEOFFREY SMITH bridged the gap between patio and lawn with a hollow wall and table bed, filled with alpine plants.
Film editor PETER RINGSTED Producer BRIAN DAVIES
Book (same title), El.50, from booksellers Gardening hints on Ceefax page 269
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Riverside Studios, Hammersmith
Steve Blacknell, Nicky Picasso and Mike Andrews look into the music, art, fashion and style of 1982. This week: reggae from King Sounds and the Israelites, video from Kraftwerk and Thomas Dolby , hat fashion from Stephen Jones and a glimpse into the private life of Eddie Tenpole.
Executive producer Michael APPLETON Director ROY chapman
Producer john burrowes
A series of six programmes 4: Coins
Presented by John FitzMaurice Mills
Coining - making copies of the money in your pocket-hits the headlines whenever a hidden workshop is discovered. But behind the crime reports there's another, secret, battle against counterfeiters - the so-called Beirut mint - being fought by a privately-run organisation which tracks down the forgeries, identifies them and tries to stop them being sold.
HENRY FARRAR , BILL MATTHEWS
Film sound IAN sansam , MAURICE EVERITT Film editor KEN BERRY Producer ROBIN rootle
starring Ronnie Barker in Happy Release by DICK CLEMENT , IAN LA FRENAIS featuring
Brian Wilde , Fulton Mackay with Richard Beckinsale and David Jason , Colin Farrell
Blanco, a 63-year-old recidivist, feels he's not long for this world and wants Fletcher to inherit his legacy: stolen loot from a previous conviction.
Designer JON PUSEY
Produced by SYDNEY lotterit
stars in the fourth programme of a series, including specially filmed sequences in Hong Kong. This week's special guests Richard Stilgoe and Wall Street Crash with Kennedy Centre
Choreography by lud
JOHN COLEMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Special material NEIL SHAND , HENRY FENWICK Costume designer LYNDA woodfiklb
Sound HUGH iarker. Lighting dicxie higham Designer victor MEREDITH
Production STEWART MORRIS
Regional Variations (2)
Police officers have an ulterior motive for breathalysing a driver and a group of people meet furtively to discuss 'one more job'. Plus, spoof eighties pop song 'Nice Video, Shame about the Song'. Show more
Whatever Happened to the Energy Crisis?
We'd all like cheap and plentiful energy - but as fossil fuels begin to run out, where's it going to come from? The usual answer - despite concerns over safety and environmental impact -is nuclear power. Probably true - if we needed more and more energy. But do we? This film explores an alternative path. It shows how we could use much less energy and still maintain our present lifestyle and how, with low energy demand, other sources like wind, wave and solar power, could then make a major contribution to electricity generation. The arguments suggest that we don't need the massive expansion of nuclear power that's planned for the next decade. Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Film editor MIKE HOUGHTON
Horizon editor GRAHAM MASSEY
Written and produced by CHRISTOPHER WOOLLEY
Dramatised by tom SALMON
Half his life, and more, has been spent in the daylight and the dark, along the hedgerows and in the woods. The poacher is an expert in his craft, but there comes a time when things start, to go wrong. Then he meets something in the woods he didn't bargain for.
Film editor JUSTIN SMITH
Assistant producer KEVIN CROOKS
Produced and directed by JOHN KING
A series of eight programmes 3: Jean Michel Folon
The Belgian artist visits a school.
Introduced by MARIANNE LAWRENCE Research JANE cottave Production SUSAN PATON