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Chris Serle discovers some of those glorious golden moments from the largest film and videotape library in the world. This week Chris and the team discover that there's love and romance in the archives. There's Wildlife on One for two hedgehogs, a honeymoon hotel from
Twenty-Four Hours, and heartache for The Black
Adder. You can find out about love from Pinky and Perky, romance from The Frost
Report, and guest
Claire Rayner talks about a relationship with her husband that's Till Death Us Do Part. There's even a bit of necking from The Family of Man that finds a New Guinea girl a husband. All you need is Windmill - love and romance are all you need.
Assistant producer NIGEL CROWLE Director MIKE SEDDON
Videotape editor PETE DUNKLEY Series producer ALBERT BARBER
Most people think of the mind as an indivisible unit located in the head because that is where the brain is.
In this conversation recorded before his untimely death last year, the late Norman Geschwind, Professor of Neurology at the Harvard Medical School explains to Jonathan Miller how a new and subtle picture is emerging of the relationship between mind and brain. Production PHILIP SPEIGHT and DAVID F. TURNBULL (R)
with Nigel Starmer-Smith Scottish Schools v Australian Schools
A year ago the Australian senior side beat all the Home Countries, so now a chance to see if their 19-year-olds have the same talents or if the Scottish boys can turn the tables.
Highlights and news of the weekend's rugby.
Commentator BILL MCLAREN Series producer HUW JONES
(Organised by the SRU in association with the Bank of Scotland)
Torvill and Dean - 1984
Four times they won both the European and World Championships. Their personal 'Everest' was reached in winning the 1984 Winter Olympic Gold Medal.
Luck & Flaw, alias Roger Law and Peter Fluck are the creators of the Spitting Image puppets. They talk about the art of caricature today and some of the great names of caricature history.
A series for those who love sailing ships and the sea. Asgard II
This beautiful brigantine was built in 1980 to give Irish youngsters a taste of life under sail. Last August her trainee crew set sail from Galway under the bos'n's eagle eye and made course for Kilkerrin where Asgard II was met by a fleet of black hulled Galway hookers, historic craft which once used to supply the islands off Ireland's Atlantic coast. Narrator Tom Salmon Film editor DAVID BARRETT Photography TM JOHNSON Producer BRIAN HAWKINS BBC Bristol
As the culmination to masterclasses, workshops and discussions on the work, Michael Oliver introduces a performance of Rachmaninov's Piano
Concerto No 2 played by Jorge Bolet.
The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, leader GEOFFREY TRABICHOFF , is conducted by Paavo Berglund. Sound RON ALLAN
Lighting JOHN MCCAW
Producer Hilary BOULDING BBC Scotland
The weekly analysis of issues and ideas presented by Bryan Magee
This week Dr Roy Foster
Peregrine Worsthorne and Patricia Hollis discuss: Social class - help or handicap?
Researcher MARK HARRISON Studio director IAN PAUL
Producer AMANDA THEUNISSEN BBC Bristol
The Men's Downhill from Val Gardena
The Saslonch course has become one of Alpine ski-ing's form guides - the last three winners here have become World Cup downhill champions. Four years ago though, Union flags were much in evidence when
Konrad Bartelski 's second place restored British enthusiasm for apres-ski.
Can his downhill successors,
GRAHAM AND MARTIN BELL revive our taste buds? David Vine has the latest news from the Italian Dolomites while
RON PICKERING reports on the latest ladies' action from the Swiss Alps.
TV presentation by RAl, Italy and SSR, Switzerland Producer JIM RESIDE
Moira Stuart ; with subtitles Editor BOB MCDOUGALL
Presented by Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton with LUKE CASEY , NICK CLARKE and MARK ROGERSON
Studio director DON HARLEY Producer MICHAEL SCHOOLEY Editor JONATHAN CRANE
The Desire of the Moth
The largest known moth in the world has wings the size of a dove, the smallest lives inside a leaf. Although they are creatures of darkness, the bizarre designs and garish colours of moths rival those of butterflies in the hide-and-seek game of life. Among the stories of their double lives are tales of heroes that rescued Queensland from the prickly pear, blizzards of bogongs that were a summer feast for the first Australians, and the story of that irresistible desire that draws the moth to the flame and sudden death.
Narrator Barry Paine
Photographed and directed by MANTIS WILDUFE FILMS Producer BARRY PAINE
Series editor PETER JONES BBC Bristol (R)
The fifth of 12 films about life in the Soviet Union.
Mariya Kulinich is 78. She has lived in the same peasant village through revolution, civil war, famine and Stalin's collectivisation programme. Through it all she has kept her Christian faith and her loyalty to the old customs of the Russian countryside.
Her three sons also live on the October collective farm. At harvest time they are at their busiest, for the state - and for themselves. Some private enterprise is now allowed, and this 'Leninism with loopholes' helps pay for their long-awaited new car. Photography REX MAIDMENT Sound MICHAEL TURNER
Film editor ANDREW WILLSMORE Series producer RICHARD DENTON Producer ALAN BOOKBINDER
"Everyone's a friend of someone, Although it's plain to see, That every friend has got a friend, Who's not a friend of me."
Roger McGough writes and narrates the thoughts of a lonely boy looking for a friend in his new school. All around he sees friends and friendships, acted out by pupils of Speke
Comprehensive School. What with the betrayals, the jealousies and treacheries, it's not always an idealistic view of friendship but any friend is better than none if your feelings can be summed up like this:
"I'm boots without laces, I'm jeans without the zip, I'm lost, I'm a zombie, I'm a dislocated hip."
The last in the series by JOHN CLEESE and CONNIE BOOTH starring John Cleese
Prunella Scales , Andrew Sachs and Connie Booth
A party of Germans and fire drill practice turn Fawlty Towers upside down.
Designer PETER KINDRED
JOHN HOWARD DAVIES (R)
continues a major season of films.
Tonight starring Barbara Stephens Henri Szeps
When a group of macho footballers who haven't won a match in two years take on a private coach and start winning, the team have only one problem. They don't want anybody to know that their coach is the town's newly arrived ballet teacher. Juliet has come in search of a new life with her small son and finds the place less sympathetic than she had bargained for.... This lively comedy takes the lid off
Australia's macho image and discovers that it's not quite as tough as it likes to imagine.
Written and produced by JAMES DAVERN
Directed by BRUCE BEST
(First showing on British television) 0 FILMS: page 26
The lead singer of supergroup Fleetwood Mac, who also composed many of their hit songs, is featured in highlights from a solo concert at the Wilshire Theatre in Los Angeles. Introduced by Anne Nightingale
TV presentation TOM CORCORAN