Harold appears, now Wearing his famous spectacles, as Professor
0. B. Lively, explorer and gentleman, who stumbles into the clutches of an evil Turkish sultan.
Music composed by LEE ERWIN Directed by hal roach
with Vicky Ireland
Charles O'Rourke , Charu
Bala Chokshi, Gary Wilmot Frances Kay , Francis Wright Vicky tells a story from the book Oink and Pearl. Pearl yearns for an older sister but finds that when feelings are hurt, younger brothers can provide sympathy and comfort.
Cosmo and Dibs find it hard to share, and later on Cosmo has to face up to Gary in a terrible temper.
In Delibes's Coppelia, Franz the photographer is trapped by the inventor Dr Coppelia who intends to bring the clockwork doll to life. (Part 3 tomorrow at 2.5 pm)
A NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA production
Screenplay by FRANK BUTLER
HAL KANTER and WILLIAM MORROW Produced by HARRY TUGEND Directed by HAL WALKER (Tomorrow at 2.50:
The Ghost Breakers)
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with Jerry Stevens who asks easy, medium, or hard for the last time.
Playing the final round of this quiz about television and personalities are
Rainy Days, Team Punter, and the L-Plates. Lighting
GEORGE ALLAN , BOB CHAPUN Director MIKE DERBY Producer BILL JONES BBC Pebble Mill
Rainy Days, Team Punter, The L
The Message of the Genes by Dr Walter Bodmer 2: The Spice of Life
Eight gallons of rather dirty water, 20 pounds of carbon and four pounds of salt are the major constituents of a teenage human body. What distinguishes it from the contents of the drains is the most complex chemistry in the world. How does it all happen?
(Third lecture tomorrow at 5.0 pm)
Starring Leif Ericson as John Cannon, Cameron Mitchell as Buck Cannon, Mark Slade as Billy Blue, Linda Cristal as Victoria, Henry Darrow as Manolito and Frank Silvera as Don Sebastian, Don Collier as Sam
Buck, Victoria and Manolito arrive at the Montoya ranch where they witness the birth of a new state capital - the Montoya ranch! The president is a civil war friend of Buck's.
Seventeen Days at the Crucible
A review of the 1984 Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship Part 1
David Vine looks back at some of the highlights of those 17 dramatic days at Sheffield in the spring of 1984. Featuring some memorable moments from
STEVE DAVIS , JIMMY WHITE and KIRK STEVENS Producer RON GUBBA BBC Manchester
(Part 2 tomorrow at 6.50 pm)
were members of the Teddy Boy generation filmed at their youth club 25 years ago for the most famous
British social documentary of the 50s. For the first time British teenagers were given the chance to speak for themselves on issues they felt strongly about -juvenile crime, fashion, smoking, pocket money, capital punishment, and whether a boy should pay for a girl on a date.
What happened to the Lambeth Boys, now in their 40s, and what life is like in the same neighbourhood for a new generation of Lambeth boys and girls, is the subject of this three-part series.
Tonight, the first television showing of the award-winning documentary We Are the Lambeth Boys. 'Work isn't hard to come by,' ran the commentary,
'and every night at the club is dance night, with members rocking and rolling, putting on the agony, putting on the style.' Director KAREL REISZ went on to make Saturday Night and Sunday Morning.
'The hero of the film, if you like, is one of the Lambeth Boys,' he recalled later. Senes producer ROB ROHRER BBC Manchester
(Find out what happened to the heroes of We Are the Lambeth Boys' tomorrow at 8.0 pm)
Anne Bancroft Leslie Browne
Mikhail Baryshnikov Star of the American Ballet Theatre
Emma Jacklin feels threatened when Emilia, the daughter of her dancing contemporary
Deedee Rogers , joins the company in New York. Emilia arrives accompanied by her mother, and when she looks set to take over the lead roles, the fierce rivalry between the two older women is re-ignited. This romantic and moving story is told against a backdrop of the dramatic world of ballet - including extracts from such classics as 'Swan Lake' and 'Le Corsaire' - and features the screen d6but of famous Russian dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov.
Screenplay by ARTHUR LAURENTS Produced by HERBERT ROSS and ARTHUR LAURENTS Directed by HERBERT ROSS
(First showing on British television )
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by Dora Russell with Sally Hardcastle
Dora Russell , second wife of Bertrand Russell , talks about her early life.
In the space of a few years, during and after the First World War, she obtained a first-class Honours degree at Girton College, Oxford, and visited America, Russia and China, all by the age of 25. In the first of two programmes she recollects the impact that the United States and post-revolutionary Russia had on her thinking. She remembers her time in China where she lived openly with Bertrand Russell , which shocked the foreign establishment but amused the Chinese, who regarded her as Russell's 'favourite concubine'. Research MONA ADAMS
Graphics designer HOWARD MOSES Film editor JOHN KENT Producer JOHN WALKER