10.10 Childhood 5-10: Self-Help Projects.
10.35 Consumer Decisions: Serve You Right' 11.0 Updating the Professional; a Lecture by Dr J. Horlock.
starring Debbie Reynolds with Leslie Nielsen
Tammy is an engaging backwoods girt who lives with her Grandpa on the banks of the lower Mississippi. But her idyllic life changes when she meets Peter and is introduced to sophisticated Southern society with only her pet goat and her innocent charm to rely on. Screenplay by OSCAR BRODNEY Produced by ROSS HUNTER Directed by JOSEPH PEVNEY films: page IS
starring Brian Cant in an entertainment of jokes, comedy and music with Alex Norton , Delia Morgan , Janine Sharp , Jonathan Cohen and the Play Away Band
Musical arrangements by JONATHAN COHEN Designer GWEN EVANS
Director JUDY WHITFIELD
Producer ANN REAY (Brian Cant is Play School's guest storyteller on Friday)
starring Donald O'Connor with Patricia Medina , Ray Collins Zasu Pitts and Francis
In today's second comedy film life gets complicated for Lt Peter Stirling when he meets Francis, for Francis is a talking GI mule! The pair become best pals as the US Army reels in the wake of their hilarious escapades.
Screenplay by DAVID STERN based on his novel. Produced by ROBERT ARTHUR Directed by ARTHUR LUBIN
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1: Battleships of Iron and Steel
Throughout the long June days of 1940. the people of the Channel Islands basked in the sun and enjoyed their final days of freedom. On 28 June German aircraft strafed and bombed Jersey and Guernsey. A five-year occupation founded on force, fear, deportation and pain had begun.
In the first of two programmes, Bruce Parker , a Guernseyman himself. has been back to find what memories remain of those isolated years on Hitler's island fortress.
Producer DENNIS ADAMS
Assistant producer PETER CRAMPTON tFirst shown on BBC South West) (Part 2 next Saturday)
I pebble Mill at One visits Guernsey on Friday)
Anatoly Karpov (World Champion)
Viktor Korchnoi (Challenger)
Two of the fiercest competitors in chess clash for the world title. Presenting exclusive coverage of the match, with up-to-the-minute news, interviews and a report on the best game of the week. First player to win six games is declared World Champion.
Presented by Jeremy James
Expert analysis WILLIAM HARTSTON
Producer ROBERT TONER
with Kenneth Kendall and David Cass ; Weather
The television weekly review presented by Ludovic Kennedy , who discusses Love Story: Wilfred and Eileen (BBC1), The Shogun Inheritance (BBC2) and An Arranged Marriage (ATV) with novelist and poet D. M. Thomas , art critic Marina Vaizey and Mota Singh , QC.
Also Miles Kington presents an opinionated survey of 30 years of television quiz and games shows from What's My Line? (BBC) in 1951 to Game for a Laugh (LWT) in 1981. Research CLARE PATERSON Director PETER DALE
Producer JOHN ARCHER
Japan and the Legacy of the Samurai The last of seven films
Narrated by Julian Pettifer Pageboy to the Gods
A recent survey revealed that nearly 80 per cent of Japanese are devout Buddhists, but almost the same number profess to be followers of Shinto. People hedge their bets by following both religions ana Keep in their homes two altars - one for Shinto gods, the ' Kami and the other for the family dead. In seeking an understanding of Japan today and of the ' Japanese spirit ', it seems one always comes back to Shinto. In the words of anthropologist Fosco Maraini , ' The Japanese enjoy the mere fact of living to the hilt. They work, like a myriad of buzzing bees, with a dedication that can only stem from an undivided and terribly healthy soul ... The world is good; work is good; fruits are good; and even war is good, provided you win it. All this is entirely consonant with the Spirit of Shinto.'
COLIN WALDECK. DAVID WIIITSON Research SUE HAYCOCK Film editor JEFF SHAW
Produced by MICHAEL MACINTYRE. Book (same title), £12.95 from booksellers
with Kenneth Kendall ; Weather
A romantic opera in three acts by CARL MARIA VON WEBER
Libretto by FREIDRICH KIND
Sung in German with English subtitles.
This opera was an instant success after its first performance in 1821. Within a short time there were three different productions running simultaneously in London alone. Not only did it capture the popular imagination of the day but has become the embodiment of the spirit of 19th-century Germany and the Romantic era as a whole.....
The story, set in a rustic Bohemian landscape, tells of a young hunter's almost fatal meddling with the forces of evil in attempting to win his beloved.
The cast in this new production from the WÃ¼rttemberg State Theatre, Stuttgart, includes: with the CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA OF WURTTEMBERG STATE OPERA conducted by Dennis Russell Davies
Introduced by HUMPHREY BURTON
Production and designs by ACHIM FREYER A ZDF/ORF production
Carl Maria von
by WILLIAM DOUGLAS HOME
The second of four plays featuring Dcnholm Elliott , who won the BAFTA Award for Best Actor of 1980. Also starring Michael Hordern
' If you walked down Piccadilly naked and refused to put your clothes on when the police requested you to do so, even though you might not superficially be doing harm, you might be certified in the end.'
... I lauahed out loud (I can't remember the last time I did this at a preview)... (THE TIMES) ... the best, most entertaining play a delight to watch....
(VIEWER, Tunbridge Wells)
Producer INNES LLOYD
Director PAUL CIAPPESSONI
Peter Cushing , Yvonne Romain Patrick Allen , Oliver Reed
Who are the dreaded ' Marsh Phantoms ' - the ghostly night riders whose silent forages in the eerie darkness cause men to die of fright? What is the connection between the grave of the notorious pirate Captain Clegg and the seemingly benign vicar, Dr Blyss? These are two of the mysteries which perplex Captain Collier and his company of ratings sent to investigate illegal smuggling in the quiet seaport of Dymehurch.
Screenplay by JOHN ELDER
Produced bv JOHN TEMPLE-SMITH Directed by PETER GRAHAM SCOTT Films : page 15
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