continues a celebration for his forthcoming 80th birthday with Deborah Kerr
Robert Mitchum , Jean Simmons
In this hilarious adaptation of a long-running play, Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr play members of the British aristocracy whose life is disrupted by an American milllionaire, who wanders into their private apartments during a tour of their 'stately home'. Noel Coward contributes a song, 'The stately homes of England', to the elegant proceedings.
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Screenplay/From their play:
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with subtitles, followed by Weather
Mother's Day on Walton's Mountain
Starring Ralph Waite, Michael Learned, Jon Walmsley
In the second of three specials based on The Waltons series, Mary Ellen remarries in the spring of 1947 but all her hopes and dreams for the future are shattered by a honeymoon accident. Seeking consolation among her family, she discovers she is not the only mother with heartaches.
Written by Juliet Packer
Produced by Claylene Jones
Directed by Gwen Arner
(A Day of Thanksgiving on Waltons' Mountain. next Wednesday, at 5.40 pm see page 45)
The 1983 Embassy
World Professional Championship Final
This evening, the second outstanding match of 1983 features that young 'unknown' from Ipswich, KEITH DELLER , who had to beat the cream of the professional darts players - John Lowe , Jocky Wilson and American No 1, Nicky Virachkul to reach the final against World No 1. ERIC BRISTOW.
Keith joins Eric on the stage at Jollees, the scene of the most sensational darts match ever played in the World
Championship, to look back on his moment of glory.
Introduced by TONY GUBBA Commentator
SID WADDELL and TONY GREEN
Producer KErra PHILLIPS
The Tin Trap
'We don't expect to live longer than five years when we start work in the mines. We have to die working because we have children to educate, so they don't have to become miners themselves.'
Higon Cussi Guzman is 33 and has been a miner in Bolivia's largest tin mine for 13 years. Together with reporter Sarah Hobson he travels the tin route: from the mining of the ore at 15,000 feet in the Andes, through trading on the London Metal Exchange, to its manufacture as a vital component of tin cans and computers, and asks why Bolivian miners still receive so little reward.
Researchers HENRIETTA GILPIN. PETER STALKER Film editor MARTIN CRUMP
Series producer William NICHOLSON Producer JOHN ARCHER
(A Year in the Life of the World: Friday of next week 7.30 pm. See page 99)
Starring Alan Alda as Hawkeye, Mike Farrell as B.J. Hunnicutt
A pregnant bovine casualty drops in on the 4077th where it becomes the successful guinea-pig for a new drug.
An Arena special
Last September at the Royal Albert Hall Don and Phil Everly performed together for the first time in ten years. The concert was the popular music event of the year. With a fine band, including lead guitarist Albert Lee and Pete Wingfield on keyboards, the Everlys faithfully re-created the sound of their huge repertoire of hits.
'Cathy's clown', All I have to do is dream', 'When will I be loved', 'Wake up, little Susie' and the rest stirred the memories and emotions of a rapturous audience. The Everlys' harmonies are among the most special sounds in rock 'n' roll-and they sound as good as ever.
Lighting JOHN MASON. Sound BARRIE HAWES Associate producer ANTHONY WALL Director RICK GARDNER
Producers ALAN YENTOB and STEPHANIE BENNETT
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The first of six films starring the great clowns of the cinema. On a transatlantic liner four castaways hoodwink the crew by impersonating the ship's personnel and passengers-and end up as rival teams of bodyguards to two feuding millionaires!
Screenplay by ARTHUR SHEEKMAN
From a story by w a JOHNSTONE and a. J. PERELMAN Directed by NORMAN 1 MCLEOD
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Whistle Test takes a look back at some of the highlights from the last series with music from Eurythmics, Japan, Spandau Ballet, Neil Young, Bow Wow Wow, Aztec Camera, Bauhaus, David Bowie, Joni Mitchell, Ultravox, Captain Beefheart, Grace Jones, Marillion and much more.... Introduced by David Hepworth and Mark Ellen