The second of three comedies starring Lucille Ball Today with Victor Mature
While on seven days Leave, enlisted soldier
Johnny Grey hears that he is the sole inheritor of a fortune left by an ancestor, a Civil War Yankee general. The catch is that he must marry the descendant of a Confederate leader, a Park
Avenue girl called Terry who is already safely engaged ...
Screenplay by WILLIAM BOWERS Ralph spense , cubits kenyon and KENNETH EARL
Produced and directed by TIM WHELAN
(Go Chase Yourself, tomorrow 2.30)
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The Great Gildersleeve':
4.15 The Holman Cup
Handicap Steeplechase (2m)
from the Royal Albert Hall , London, with Ray Moore More highlights from the tenth anniversary season. Featuring City of Sheffield Youth Orchestra; Davis
Quartet; Guild Hall School of Music and Drama; Junior Brass Band; Winchmore Hill String Orchestra; Phoenix
(Barrow Sixth Form College); Jazz De Sud ; Guildford
Percussion Ensemble; Tower Brass Ensemble; Hertfordshire County Youth Orchestra with guests Nicholas Daniel (oboe) and Antony Hopkins Producer KEN GRIFFIN
(The Schools Prom is organised by MUSIC FOR YOUTH in conjunction with COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE and the RANK ORGANISATION)
Wilton House, Wiltshire
Arthur Negus visits the home of the Earls of Pembroke and Montgomery, with David Howard , expert in oriental porcelain and heraldry. Director CHRIS HUNT
Producer ROBIN DRAKE BBC Bristol
starring Glenn Ford Shirley MacLaine The arrival of sheepman Jason Sweet in the cattle breeding area of Poweder Valley provokes violent opposition from his neighbours. But Jason does not believe in avoiding trouble - he goes out and finds it ... This lively
Western blends action with humour in the characteristic style of the veteran director of Destry Rides Again and Fancy Pants.
Screenplay by WILLIAM BOWERS and JAMES EDWARD GRANT
Produced by EDMUND GRAINGER Directed by GEORGE MARSHALL
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Johnny Bledsoe (alias Col Stephen Bedford):
Early in 1884 STANHOPE
FORBES, a young artist fresh from painting in Brittany, arrived in Cornwall looking for new places and faces to paint. Forbes was to become the legendary Father of Newlyn School, whose paintings today have become very fashionable for collectors.
Film editor JUSTIN SMITH Written and produced by DAVID SPIRES
A year after the siege it is clear that the Libyan Embassy in London had become the centre of a unique terror network. Drawing on an arsenal of weapons in St James's Square, Libyan hitmen had, since 1979, been attacking Gadaffi's enemies in Britain. When in February 1984 Gadaffi publicly ordered an escalation in the merciless hunt for exiled Libyans, it was Libyan 'diplomats' in London who planned new murders.
In early March, their bombs exploded in Manchester and in the capital itself. As more fell victim to Gadaffi's crusade, Libyan exiles decided to protest.
By early morning on 17 April, authoritative and ominous data could have alerted Britain's security agencies that the St James's Square demonstration would end violently. Unfortunately, the intelligence was processed too late.
In the aftermath of the siege, it would be claimed that Libyan terrorism had been inadequately monitored - allowing the Libyan 'diplomats' to get away with murder.
Reporter Tom Bower.
by CHARLES DICKENS
Dramatised in eight episodes by ARTHUR HOPCRAFT starring Diana Rigg Denholm Elliott
1: Esther Summerson , brought up as an orphan, is summoned to London by her guardian's solicitors. She is to meet the Wards of Court in the Jarndyce and Jarndyce case and to become acquainted with her guardian for the first time.
Music GEOFFREY BURGON
Make-up designer LISA WESTCOTT Film editor CLARE DOUGLAS Photographed by KENNETH MACMILLAN Designer TIM HARVEY Executive producer JONATHAN POWELL
Producers JOHN HARRIS BETTY WILLINGALE
Directed by ROSS DEVENISH t FEATURE: page 82 *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Sir Leicester Dedlock:
'Drugs terrify me.... I'm praying my children don't get hooked.... they're evil.... I don't know anything about them.'
A fact that many people find hard tt> accept is that nearly all of us use mood-altering drugs. Why are some legal and others not? What is the difference between caffeine and cocaine? How much do You actually know about mood-altering drugs and what the real dangers are? This programme features a Quiz to test your knowledge. Professor Anthony Clare is in the studio with several workers from the drugs field to answer the questions and discuss why people use drugs, where the problems lie, and how we can best respond in a way that helps People avoid drug dependency.
Studio director MIKE MACCORMACK Producer GAVIN DUTTON
COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT
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Two films by Canadian animator Pierre Veilleux.
Une dme a voile, a sail-boat's journey through a storm in French Impressionist style, and Mushrooms, about
Western society's complacent acceptance of genocide. Produced by the NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA