11.50 Caring for Older People: Sharing a House
12.15 Pregnancy: Planning a Happy Birth
12.40 Dairy Cattle: Who's Running Your Herd?
1.5 The Changing Countryside: The Last Ditch
Constance Cummings 1940: Fred Carrick , foreman in an aircraft factory, is worried. Some of his firm's special purpose machinery is in France, in the path of the Nazi advance. In spite of his firm's unconcern, Fred is determined to retrieve the machinery, taking on Fifth Columnists, dive-bombers, refugees, lack of food and petrol, fires and death in the process.
Fred Carrick ..CLIFFORD EVANS
Screenplay by JOHN DIGHTON
ANGUS MACPHAIL. LESLIE ARLISS story by J. B. PRIESTLEY
Produced by MICHAEL BALCON Directed by CHARLES FREND
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Film; starring Alec Guinness, Yvonne De Carlo, Celia Johnson
Henry St James has discovered the perfect way of life. As captain of a steamer plying regularly between Gibraltar and North Africa he has a wife in each port!
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The CIS Insurance UK Indoor Singles Championship The First Semi-final
Ireland's JIM BAKER against
England's TONY ALLCOCK was the form forecast before a shot was decided a week ago. Fourteen other formidable bowlers will have had a big say as to whether the forecasters have been proved right or wrong. DAVID ICKE knows the form and introduces the five-set match from the Guild Hall, Preston. Commentators
DAVID VINE, DAVID RHYS JONES Summarisers JIMMY DAVIDSON , MAL HUGHES
Television presentation KEITH PHILLIPS
MIKE ADLEY , KEITH MACKENZIE
Executive producer NICK HUNTER
A series of 20 programmes for beginners in German.
How to book accommodation and buy things in quantities and weights. From the rural village of Dotlingen to Jever and its well-known brewery. Hier macht der Computer die Arbeit.
Presented by Hanni Vanhaiden
Jeremy James introduces this week's coverage from
Moscow. Expert commentary from Bill Hartston
Producer RICHARD VAUGHAN
with Moira Stuart Weather
The arts and media magazine presented by Russell Da vies , including:
Print: Galapagos, by Kurt Vonnegut , tells of the evolution of the human race after a nature cruise becomes a latter-day Noah's Ark. With comment on the novel by Russell Hoban.
Ceramics: Janice Tchalenko , Carol McNicoll and Jacqueline Poncelet are three craftswomen who have broken away from tradition, and whose work has sparked a debate about the proper art of the potter.
Martina Margetts reports.
Music: Nimbus Records has established itself not only as Britain's only manufacturer of compact discs, but as an alternative to the recording practices of many major studios. Chairman Count
Labinsky explains his firm's artistic philosophy, and pianist Shura Cherkassky is seen recording a new Chopin album.
Producer JONATHAN FULFORD Director KEVIN LOADER Editor JOHN ARCHER
The second of two programmes in which
Simon Rattle conducts and explores musical masterpieces of the 20th century. Young Apollo
A boy of 14, who could write successfully for a symphony orchestra, a kind of 20th-century Mendelssohn - this was the phenomenon of the young Benjamin Britten , subsequently hailed as the greatest English composer of this century.
This programme traces his brilliant early years from the first piano pieces up to the world success of Peter Grimes , and includes a world premiere of an orchestral work written during Britten's teenage years. with the conductor Simon Rattle the composers Oliver Knussen Colin Matthews and Britten's biographer Donald Mitchell
The music is performed by JiU Gomez (soprano)
Peter Donohoe (piano) with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
Assistant producer ANN HUMMEL Executive producer KENNETH CORDEN
Director BARRIE GAVIN
The CIS Insurance UK
Indoor Singles Championship The second semi-final
DAVID BRYANT , UK Champion in 1983 is supposed to be on stage this evening, playing TERRY SULLIVAN , the current UK and World Indoor Champion. DAVID ICKE introduces highlights from the Guild Hall, Preston.
Get away from it all on the paradise island of Barbados. Russell Harty drops in on what was once a slave plantation and is now a recording studio and drops anchor on a pirate ship, that is not quite what it seems. Researcher JENNY RIVAROLA Director JOHN ROONEY
Executive producer KEN STEPHINSON BBC Manchester
starring Stacy Keach Patrick Magee Saxony, 1506 -
Martin Luther takes his vows as a monk, but from the celebration of his first mass is seized by the torments of imaginary sins. While still a young man he rises to eminence as a scholar and later affects the history of his nation.
Screenplay by EDWARD ANHALT from the play by JOHN OSBORNE Produced by ELY A. LANDAU Directed by GUY GREEN
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