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The Mind of Stefan Miklos The cat-and-mouse game of counter-intelligence reaches new heights when the IMF attempts to fool the brilliant Stefan Miklos, an enemy agent sent to check secrets deliberately planted by the Americans.
Written by PAUL PLAYDON
Directed by ROBERT BUTLER (R)
The last of three thrillers, tonight starring Ginger Rogers Van Heflin
Gene Tierney George Raft
Peter Denver is accused of murder when a pretty would-be writer, Nancy Ordway, is found hanged in his apartment. He is further incriminated when it is discovered that she was pregnant and had been using his apartment to work in during the day. A web of intrigue and jealousy is gradually unravelled in this glossy thriller set among the rich and famous in New York.
Screenplay by NUNNALLY JOHNSON From a novel by PATRICK QUENTIN Produced and directed by NUNNALLY JOHNSON
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by Lord Boothby Lord Boothby , one of the most colourful characters in British public life, died last month at the age of 86. In 1981 he talked to Andrew Boyle about his life in the 50s and 60s, when 'Bob Boothby ' became a radio and television personality. A Conservative mp for 34 years, and always outspoken in his views, he recalls his 'love-hate' relationship with Sir Winston Churchill and his great friendship with Sir Thomas Beecham. Once regarded as a potential prime minister, in this third and final programme he sums up his views of the 20th century. Researcher MONA ADAMS
Producer JOHN WALKER (R)
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Presented by Paul Heiney The Resort Report:
Kathy Rochford goes to Salou on Spain's increasingly popular Costa Dorada.
Weatherman Jim Bacon forecasts what's in store for the weekend.
Matthew Collins on special assignments.
And the British Holiday - each week viewers talk about their summer holiday.
Plus traffic news and the late availability bargains.
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Studio director SUE LOCHEAD Producer BILL LYONS
Executive producer ALAN DOBSON BBC Manchester
starring with and introduced by Orson Welles
The Dream Sequence Always Rings Twice
1945: the Flamingo Cove nightclub where the stars gathered while a glamorous chanteuse and a smooth cornet player planned the murder of the singer's husband - before turning on each other and leaving the case unsolved.
1985: a 'discussion' on sexism finds Maddie and David sleeping on the mystery and featuring in their own dreams as the desperate lovers in a tale of hot jazz, cool blondes and deadly passion ... it's all there in black and white (and colour).
Written by DEBRA FRANK and CARL SAUTTER
Directed by PETER WERNER
More of the new talent seeking fame and fortune at this year's Festival. Russell Harty brings into focus the names to look out for.
Donald MacCormick and Olivia O'Leary with Ian Smith and Jenni Murray
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RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the day's play. Producer KEITH MACKENZIE
helps you plan your weekend by previewing daytime programmes of special interest from the Open
University on Saturday and Sunday. This week's selection includes
Caring for Health the Brazilian Way and Energy: The Alternatives. Producer SUE BOYD-BOWMAN
A BBC/Open University production
Migration: The Ankara Response In Turkey, as in many developing countries, rural migrants flood into the big cities. Are they an essential part of the development process? Producer ROGER PENFOUND (R)