6.55 A Study in Control
7.20 Weekend Outlook
Pigsy's Ten Thousand Ladies Learning that India is a lifetime away, Monkey storms off home.
Pigsy has a better idea, and returns to the Emperor to claim the title of Director of the Ten Thousand Imperial
Wives. Sandy goes looking for a quiet life and Tripitaka is left alone with the horse - until lightning strikes.
English version directed by MICHAEL BAKEWELL for World Wide Sound London Produced by NTV and KOKUSAI HOEI (R)
continues the season of films featuring EDGAR RICE
BURROUGHS'S legendary jungle hero starring Gordon Scott and Lionel Jeffries
The Banton gang rob a mining company, killing a policeman. Tarzan, determined that justice should be done, goes into the jungle in pursuit. But he is hampered in his quest by a stranded safari party.
Screenplay by BERNIE GILER and ROBERT DAY Produced by SY WEINTRAUB Directed by ROBERT DAY 0 FILMS: page 14
Fay Ames BETTA:
Newsnight in China
A special report on the world's most populous country's efforts to modernise.
John Tusa talks directly to the Chinese people, at home and at work, in the cities and in the countryside, about how the promise of new freedom has affected their lives, and explores the paradoxes of launching a consumer society against the backcloth of medieval technology. Cameraman NICK LERA Sound JOHN BRUCE
Picture editor RUSS CROMBIE
Executive producers RICHARD TATf and DAVID DICKINSON
Producer KATHY O'NEIL
In the last of the series
Delia creates three more recipes for those who cook for one.
This week it's summertime snackery!
Pan-fried pizza is smothered in mozzarella and anchovies, fennel goes a la grecque, and three prunes make the best of themselves in a compote. Cameraman DAVID JACKSON
Sound recordist DENNIS CARTWRIGHT Director JOHN ROONEY
Executive producer CYRIL GATES BBC Manchester
County Londonderry with Geoff Hamilton and Crosbie Cochrane
Bernadette O'Hagan 's garden is designed for her young family to enjoy playing in, yet she and her husband John have created some interesting comers.
Geoff Hamilton shows some ways of looking after house plants and, with Bernadette O'Hagan , plants up an autumn hanging basket, and shows how to create an island bed.
Executive producer JOHN KENYON
Production assistant JEAN LAUGHTON Producer DENNIS w. GARTSIDE BBC Pebble Mill
Another visit to
The Westminster Theatre for the popular challenge between Denis Norden and Ian Wallace and Frank Muir and John Amis with questions set by Steve Race
Television presentation DOUGLAS HESPE
One Man's Multinational
Thomas Bata manufactures shoes - 250 million pairs a year. His vast corporation does business across the world in 100 different languages.
Bata, now 71, moves from his Toronto boardroom to
Europe, Africa and Sri Lanka as he galvanises far-flung factories into action and confers with heads of state. But is Bata a paternal benefactor to impoverished nations or a shrewd exploiter of cheap labour?
Narrator Hugh Sykes
Produced by DAVID GERRARD for WGBH Boston
Executive producer JONATHAN CRANE
Another chance to see the 1983 concert in Joliet, Illinois, which marked DIONNE WARWICK 'S first live appearance for 14 years.
Featuring 60s numbers such as 'Walk on by' and 'Do you know the way to San Jose?', and recent hits including 'I'll never love this way again' and 'Heartbreaker'.
Produced by PAUL ROCKLIN Directed by DICK CARTER (R)
and Why is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me? starring
Dustin Hoffman and Barbara Harris
Actually Kellerman is Georgie Solloway , successful rock musician, or rather the mysterious 'stranger' who inhabits his inner mind. This unusual comedy is a portrait of 24 hours in the life of a man at a crisis point.
Screenplay by HERB GARDNER
Produced by ULU GROSBARD and HERB GARDNER
Directed by ULU GROSBARD
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