Crazy comedy, starring the Marx Brothers
Harpo steals diamonds to feed a starving theatrical troupe. With Vera-Ellen, Ilona Massey , Marion Hutton , Raymond Burr , Melville Cooper and Paul Valentine.
Director David Miller ● FILMS: pages 51-60
Colin Morris argues that forgiveness is central to any religion worth its name. * STEREO
As Prisoners' Week ends,
Norma Cradock talks to young offenders. With the Rev
Thomas Johns of HM Prison Service College, Rugby. ● STEREO
Magazine programme for deaf and hard-of-hearing people. Clive Mason reports on the Type Talk service, which puts deaf and hearing people in touch by telephone. With signing and subtitles.
7: How to conduct successful business meetings.
Ten-part Italian course.
4: Anna Mazzotti meets train commuters in the Emilia Romagna region.
(Also on Radio 5 at 7.30pm)
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The second part of a report on the untapped potential of Britain's older workforce.
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A three-part series on racial harassment.
1: Not Just a Joke. Racial harassment at work is not only wrong, it also reduces the efficiency of the workforce. What steps can be taken to stamp it out?
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Welfare rights magazine.
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Rural issues with John Craven. Including at 12.55 the weather for the week ahead.
Followed by On the Record
Presented by Jonathan Dimbleby , with John Cole.
Omnibus edition. Tricky Dicky reveals his true colours to
Mandy. Mark finally faces up to the loss of Gill.
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Crime drama, starring Raymond Burr
The Case of the Shooting Star Popular actor Robert McCay guns down the host of a live TV talk show. Is it cold-blooded murder or a cool-headed plot to frame McCay?
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Highlights from the Romanian leg of Michael Jackson 's recent world tour. ● STEREO
How to look cool on the piste this winter. Plus "New Age" corsets and hairstyles. With Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Brenda Emmanus.
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A six-part drama series based on Mary Norton 's books about the adventures of a family who are only 15cm tall.
George has discovered where the Borrowers live and gives them some presents.
Adapted by Richard Carpenter Producer Grainne Marmion
Director John Henderson
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Under the Weather.
Craig Charles examines how weather can damage our health. Producer Stephen Moss
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With Andrew Harvey.
Weather Rob McElwee
Martin Bashir reports from north Belfast on Christians' efforts to solve some of this embattled community's social problems. Hymns: Christ is Made the Sure Foundation; Lift High the Cross; 0 Brother Man; Jesu, Thou Joy of Loving Hearts; The Lord's My Shepherd; Give Thanks with a Grateful Heart; Love Divine, All Loves Excelling.
Producer Maurice Maguire Editor Roger Hutchings
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Roy Clarke 's comedy series starring Bill Owen
Peter Sallis , Brian Wilde Ordeal by Trousers. Compo recalls an old schoolboy custom which will prove if Foggy's war stories are true or not.
Director/Producer Alan J W Bell
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Alan J W
Last in the drama series starring Stella Gonet , Louise Lombard Bea and Evie head for America to promote their new collection.
Episode written by Julia Stoneham Producer Jeremy Gwilt Director Alister Hallum
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Comedy series starring
Pauline Quirke , Linda Robson Okey-Cokey-Karaoke. Sharon and Tracey enter a karaoke contest. With Lesley Joseph and Philip Martin Brown. Episode written by Geoffrey Deane Director Terry Kinane
Series producer Candida Julian-Jones An Alomo production for BBCtv
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With Michael Buerk.
Weather Rob McElwee
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A three-part satirical portrait of London, adapted by Justin Cartwright from his own novel, and starring David Dukes Kristin Scott Thomas
Autumn 1990: in Regent's Park a lion feeds on the body of a man. How does this corpse connect an American writer, a glamorous advertising executive, a yuppie banker and a failed music-hall star?
Producer Kevin Loader Director Gavin Millar
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Kids Like Us. Karl is only 7 years old but he's been involved in stealing cars, solvent abuse and vandalism, despite efforts to keep him and the other children on his tough Newcastle upon Tyne estate out of trouble. Everyman follows him and his mother as he starts at a special school to find out whether he is the product of his environment or whether his problems are more deep-seated. Producer Krishna Govender Series editor John Blake
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A Life in Progress. Doogie takes on the hospital's governors when they cancel a mural whose artist has Aids.
Mike Scott continues in his quest of 1992 and all that. Today: winners and losers. Producer Simon Berthon
A Brian Lappingproduction for BBCtv