10.10 Customers, Quality and Competition
10.35 International Marketing: Getting Paid
11.0 Prospect: For Students and Tutors of A101
In the last of the present series Chris Serle turns the sails of the Windmill 'around the world in 60 minutes'. There's Johnny Morris in Mexico finding out what goes on in a park on a Sunday, Fyfe Robertson on a whirl round Vienna for Tonight and Glenda Jackson leading Morecambe and Wise a dance in ancient Egypt. You can join some huskies in The Last Great Race on Earth, Sir Mortimer Wheeler on a Hellenic Cruise or Florence fishing in the Arctic on Magic Roundabout.
Plus David Attenborough talking about some of the people he's met round the world and Children Talking about a day-trip to Calais. Assistant producers
NEL ROMANO, BARBARA KINDRED Director NIGEL HAUNCH
Series producer ALBERT BARBER
'For days you couldn't really talk about it - you just waved your medal at people.' So
Lt-Col Sir Harry Llewellyn remembered bringing home
Britain's only 'Gold' from the Helsinki Olympics. Since then, the name of Foxhunter has become a legend and his rider a sort of tribal chief. Gerald Williams examines the achievements of a life dedicated to industry, commerce and public service, and reveals a spirit relentless in the pursuit of heights to climb.
Producer DEREK TRIMBY
John Player Special Cup: Third Round Orrell v Bath Introduced by Nigel Starmer-Smith
Cup-holders Bath start their defence of the trophy with a difficult fixture against
Orrell, who have developed a powerful set of forwards and a solid defence. Highlights of this match and news of the rest of the day's cup matches in England and Wales, and crucial championship matches in Scotland. Series producer HUW JONES
The historic joining of the roof timbers over the south transept of York Minster, so disastrously ravaged by fire, is a telling symbol of the efforts of the Cathedral Chapter.
Picture editor EDWARD CROOT
Producer PATRICK HARGREAVES BBC North (R)
starring Cary Grant and Doris Day
Super-charmer Cary Grant offers a suave contrast to Doris Day's girl-next-door in this comedy. He plays a bachelor millionaire with a fine talent for seduction.
Cathy Timberlake is furious when a chauffered car splashes her with mud and resolves to give its passenger a piece of her mind.
Screenplay by STANLEY SHAPIRO and NATE MONASTER
Produced by STANLEY SHAPIRO and MARTIN MELCHER
Directed by DELBERT MANN
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A COLUMBIA cartoon
When Henry VIII dissolved the monasteries English church art suffered a severe setback. In its place came private patrons needing paintings of their gardens, their animals, as well as of the dramas of everyday life. Edwin Mullins discusses
GAINSBOROUGH'S portrait of Mr and Mrs Andrews , while John Jacob describes
STUBBS's The Grosvenor Hunt and Sir Hugh Casson relives the drama of The Burning of the Houses of Parliament painted by TURNER, all originally shown in the series One Hundred Great Paintings. Directors MARY DICKINSON
CHARLES CHABOT , KENNETH CORDEN Producers
BILL MORTON. KENNETH CORDEN
During the next five weeks, five of Britain's leading cellists and their accompanists will each perform one of Beethoven's sonatas for cello and piano in the Adam drawing-room of Culzean Castle on the Ayrshire coast.
Today Colin Carr and Jeremy Menuhin play the Sonata in G minor, Op 5 No 2 Sound BRIAN DEWAR
Lighting JAMES MAIDEN
Producer HILARY BOULDING BBC Scotland
The Men's Downhill and Men's Slalom from St Anton
This picturesque Tyrolean resort is now a stop-over point for the rejuvenated
Orient Express on its route over the Arlberg Pass to
Venice. But this weekend all eyes here will be focused on 27-year-old downhiller PETER WIRNSBERGER , the odds-on favourite. Cause for local celebration in slalom, however, looks remote, for Austrian-born World Cup champion MARC GIRARDELLI now flies the flag for Luxemburg instead.
David Vine reports on this 51st series of Arlberg-Kandahar races.
Television presentation orf, AUSTRIA Producer JIM RESIDE
Presented by Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton With PAUL BURDEN
LUKE CASEY, NICK CLARKE and MARK ROGERSON Including this week:
Cleaning up the City - the new Financial Services Bill relies on self-regulation to stamp out fraud in the City ... but should we look to the more formal - and bureaucratic - American way? Football's Finances - Canon's withdrawal from football sponsorship highlights the sport's fragile financial state. At Luton Town they're turning the club into a business that goes beyond football.
Plus Life Begins at 60 -
Moneymaker shows how pensioners are in demand. Studio director DON HARLEY Producer MIKE SCHOOLEY Editor JONATHAN CRANE
Punkish crests, bandit masks and orange noses are the disguises of guenons - an extraordinary group of African forest monkeys.
Intriguingly, their colourful faces and rumps and their haunting trills and hoots are an evolutionary puzzle.
Theirs was an ancient take-over bid for the tree-tops of Africa's tropical forest.
But who is really top of the primate tree - them or us? Artist and zoologist
Jonathan Kingdon looks at the forest monkeys and apes, including the chimpanzee, and unravels the mystery of who comes first.
Photography RICHARD GANNICLIFFT FUm editor COUN CRADOCK
Film sound editor ALEC BROWN Producer CAROUNE WEAVER Series editor PETER JONES BBC Bristol
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Eleventh in a series of12films about life in the Soviet Union Baltic Chic
Krista Kajandu is the chief designer at the Tallinn
Fashion House in the Soviet
Republic of Estonia. For most of the time Krista and her team have to churn out designs for mass production. But twice a year they get the chance to forget the Plan and exercise their imagination on creations for the Tallinn Fashion Show.
Tallinn is only 50 miles from Helsinki across the Baltic Sea. Its people are more western-minded than most in the Soviet Union. And there's a strong flavour of national pride as the film follows
Krista and her top designer, the flamboyant Leonid Girin , through the busy period leading up to and including the Spring Collection 1985. Photography ALEX HANSEN Sound FRED CLARK
Film editor ALICE FORWARD
Series producer RICHARD DENTON Producer OUVIA UCHTENSTEIN
Book, Comrades: Portraits of Soviet Life £11.95. from booksellers
The weekly analysis of issues and ideas presented by Bryan Magee. This week:
Professor Edward Said ,
Parr Professor of English at Columbia University,
Dr Donal Cruise O'Brien from the School of Oriental and African Studies and Adam Kuper , Professor of Social Anthropology at
Brunei University discuss: Western domination - who wins?
Researcher MARK HARRISON Studio director IAN PAUL
Producer AMANDA THEUNISSEN BBC Bristol
Dr Donal Cruise
The third of ten films about contemporary architecture
Islam: The Search for Identity The newly-acquired oil wealth has brought an unprecedented boom to the Middle East and, as a consequence, a massive programme of new buildings. At first the Arabs looked to the West, at a time when architecture there had reached its worst phase in history. They imported a style that totally ignored climate and traditions.
This programme looks at Kuwait, Doha and Jeddah where signs of an Islamic contemporary architecture are now emerging. The State Mosque in Kuwait, the University of Qatar and the Suleiman Palace in Saudi
Arabia were all built by Arab architects. The new
Parliament Building by Utzon, the spectacular Haj
Terminal by SOM show that
Western architecture can give a feeling of place.
Sheikha Hussa (daughter of the Emir of Kuwait), Sheikh Farsi
(Mayor of Jeddah), Egyptian architects Kamal El Kafrawi and Abdel El Wakil are all working towards an Arab identity based on tradition. Narrator Andrew Sachs
Film cameraman JOHN GOODYER Film editor PAT O'GRADY
Associate producer ROGER LAST Written and produced by PETER ADAM
by MOLLY KEANE
Screenplay by ANDREW DAVIES starringalso starring
'Oh I was naughty. And I'm still naughty so take care.' And so Leda was, all those years ago when she was the childhood friend of Jasper and his three sisters April, May and June. Now she returns to add a little spice to life in their crumbling Irish country house. Molly Keane 's latest offering since Good Behaviour shows that she remains the 'mistress of wicked comedy'.
Music composed by JIM PARKER Film editor DAVE KING Sound DICK BOULTER
Photography JOHN MCGLASHAN Designer DON TAYLOR Producer TERRY COLES Director BILL HAYS
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Lady Alys Croshawe:
Old tinker woman:
The Benson and Hedges Masters
Steve Davis v David Taylor
As always, Steve Davis is the favourite to win his second
Masters title, and will be the man everyone has to beat. David Taylor has only ever beaten Davis once in a major championship in 1982. DAVID ICKE introduces the best of the nine-frame match from Wembley.