Chimney sweeps Stan and Ollie brush up against a crazy scientist and get themselves into another fine mess.
Old Chinese proverb says: he who mixes monkey business with pleasure liable end up making people laugh. As in the bizarre adventures of Tripitaka and his boon companions Monkey, Pigsy and Sandy. The Dogs of Death
Or how one of the dogs sent Monkey to find a cure for the plague, and how upset Monkey was when he found it ...
Music by MICKY YOSHINO
English adaptation by DAVID WEIR
English version directed by MICHAEL BAKEWELL for WORLD WIDE SOUND LONDON Directed by SATOSHI AOKI
Produced by NTV and KOKUSU HOEI
Getting a Refund on Faulty Goods
The heel's come off your new shoes.
Your new hairdrier doesn't work. How do you go about getting your money back? INDIRA JOSHI , HURT KWOUK , MARINA SIRTIS , ISLA ST CLAIR and TREVOR THOMAS suggest strategies to help you return faulty goods.
Scriptwriter NETTIE LOWENSTEIN
Consultant DENISE GUBBAY
Directors JEREMY ORLEBAR , SUSANNA CAPON
Producer BARBARA DERKOW
For mere information an today's topic, in 13 different languages, phone [number removed]
including sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Not from Oxford. Not a 'roadshow'. But a live and lucid look at the week through the eyes of Martin Bergman , Rob Rohrer and friends. From the BBC's studios in Oxford Road, Manchester (opposite Amigo's Cafe and just past the faulty traffic lights).
BBC Manchester. For details of this week's programme see pages [number removed]/2/3 on Prestel or page 192 on Ceefax.
Presented by Angela Rippon The 13th of 16 programmes The Way of the Village
Life in the country appeals to many - but is it just a romantic notion? Modern farming has already changed the face of the countryside, leaving villages that no longer need the farmworkers and craftsmen who were once the backbone of the community. How can their local shops, school and services survive?
Angela Rippon and Bernard Price visit the Cotswold village of Blockley, where the temptation to cash in on tourism has been resisted. But if we are to avoid preserving the countryside as a living museum, we have to find the means to revitalise our villages. In a converted silk mill, Angela discusses some of the solutions with the people of Blockley.
Producer ROBIN HELLIER
Series producer PETER CRAWFORD
Last October in Blackpool the Labour Party voted to end the monopoly of Labour MPS to elect the party leader.
Tomorrow at Wembley a Special Conference meets to decide exactly how the rank-and-file membership and the trades unions will now be included in the wider franchise.
Donald MacCormick reports for Newsweek on the shifting balance of power within the Labour Party and on the deepening divisions on policy which lie behind the call for wider democracy and greater accountability.
Producer COLIN MARTIN Editor PETER IBBOTSON
by NOEL COWARD dramatised by STANLEY PRICE
A day in the life of Mrs Radcliffe , who believes that the advice she so freely gives is done only out of kindness.
Costume designer VALERIE SPOONER Designer BARRIE DOBBINS Script editor ERIKA BOND Producer ALAN SHALLCROSS Director CHRIS MENAUL
When Juan Carlos succeeded General Franco five years ago, many wondered how long he would last. It seemed an impossible task - to heal the scars of the Civil War, keep the peace between Left and Right, bring about political change and restore the Spanish monarchy. Today JUAN CARLOS is the king who has surprised them all. He has brought Spain from dictatorship to democracy. He is 43 - shrewd, humorous, a sportsman - living with his wife, Queen Sophia, and their three children in simple style just outside Madrid. He is a squash player and skier, Head of State and Commander-in-Chief. In this film profile, he is shown receiving ambassadors in the magnificent Oriente Palace, roughing it on army manoeuvres with his generals and at home with his family.
In a series of interviews with Jack Pizzey , he speaks for the first time of his feelings for General Franco and of the changes he has initiated in Spain.
It is a frank portrait of the King his people call ' the keystone that holds Spain together',
Film cameraman NIGEL MEAKIN Film recordist MERVYN BROADWAY Film editor ALAN LYGO
Research VIVIANA WOODRUFF Producer JEREMY BENNETT
PETER SNOW, CHARLES WIIRELER , JOHN TUSA and PETER HOBDAY 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 MARSHALL LEE