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An ambitious young man gets involved with a factory girl. But at his uncle's home, he falls in love with his beautiful cousin.
Director George Stevens
SEE FILMS pages 43-51
Open Mind. A special edition of the children's documentary series which embarks on a drama about child psychotherapy.
The film, written by Ken Howard , is based on the actual experiences of children, like 12-year-old Jack [text removed]. And because it is a drama it allows us into a very private place - where he goes for therapy.
INFORMATION: Child Psychotherapy
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David Attenborough 's 12 favourite Wildlife on One programmes, which he has chosen from more than editions shown over the past 16 years of the series.
The Bat that Cracked the Frog Code. In the jungles of Panama, croaking frogs are in great danger from an airborne predator that has evolved sensory abilities to rival the creations of science-fiction writers. A fringe-lipped bat called the Trachops is equipped with an array of echolocation and decoding devices as elaborate as a spy plane. It locks onto the frog calls so that it can track them down wherever they hide. Using high-speed photography, this 1982 film reveals the bats' incredible accuracy at identifying and catching its prey. Narrated by David Attenborough. Producer Keenan Smart
SEE PREVIEW page 13
Carla Lane's newest family comedy series, starring Michael Angelis, Sue Johnston
Terese has left Harold and, unknown to him, has moved in next door. Harold is devastated at her departure until Eden returns to work at the factory.
Bob Larbey's comedy series about a self-made millionaire, starring Dennis Waterman.
Tony takes the dizzy Dawn on a fishing trip. But when Maggie tells his wife Ruth, it's not Dawn who ends up getting the sack.
Reconstructed stories of heroism and bravery.
Featured tonight is a rescue in freezing mud flats on the banks of the River Medway in Kent; how a jogger saved a young boy from a 100-foot deep ravine in Co Durham; and a man who against all odds survived a broken back after an air crash in Shropshire. With Michael Buerk. Executive producer Sam Organ
Series producer Andy Batten-Foster
LIFE SAVER GUIDE: send a cheque for £2.50 made payable to BBC Education, to [address removed]
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Epic retelling of Edgar RiceBurroughs 's classic, starring
Christopher Lambert Ralph Richardson
The infant son of an English lord and his wife, shipwrecked off the coast of Africa in 1886, is reared in the jungle by apes. He becomes master of all he surveys, until the day a hunting party strays into his territory.
Director Hugh Hudson
SEE FILMS pages43 51
John Clayton, Tarzan Lord of the Apes:
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Lady A lice Clayton:
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Major Jack Downing:
Sir Hugh Belcher:
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