The Suntory World Match Play Championship
Live uninterrupted coverage of the afternoon round of the final over the beautiful West course at Wentworth.
Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER
Commentators PETER ALLISS
CLIVE CLARK. BRUCE CRITCHLEY
TONY JACKLIN and MARK MCCORMACK
Jack Lemmon Virna Lisi
Stanley Ford , creator of cartoon character 'Bash Brannigan , Secret
Agent', lives an idyllic bachelor life in a luxurious home smoothly run by his manservant, Charles. But one night at a party, Stanley gets very drunk and wakes up to find himself married to a beautiful Italian blonde.
Written and produced by GEORGE AXELROD
Directed by RICHARD QUINE
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During the next six months, Music in Camera will be providing a platform for 24 recitals.
In programmes linked only by the intimate nature of the performances, chamber music classics will rub shoulders with lesser-known music dating back to the beginnings of the European music tradition, and other works so recent they are still to be published. Kiri Te Kanawa and Roger Vignoles open the series with a programme of French song including operatic extracts as well as some Of CANTELOUBE'S 'Songs of the Auvergne'. In conversation with Sue MacGregor , Dame Kiri sheds light on her own approach to recital singing.
Subtitles GILLIAN WIDDICOMBE Sound BOB GILLIES
Lighting DONALD SMITH
Producer HILARY BOULDING
Series editor KEITH ALEXANDER BBC Scotland
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The first of two programmes
The British in China 1920-1939 It was business which took the British to China, not dreams of imperial conquest. Western business wealth created the celebrated waterfront at Shanghai. It was a modem city as some who made their lives there in the 1920s and 30s recall. For the British 'missey' there was a household of servants, for 'master' the club, and for the sailors, the many notorious 'cabarets'.
Narrated by Christopher Cook Film editor ROLAND ARMSTRONG
Produced by CHRISTOPHER COOK (R)
Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton present Britain's most popular financial and business programme. With
PAUL BURDEN, TOM MADDOCKS and MARK ROGERSON reporting from home and abroad on your money - and other peoples'. Including this week: Fighting Back
The inside story of one man's battle against receivership. Every week in Britain 140 companies collapse. In June of this year, Robin Hamilton 's E3 million furniture business was on the brink.
Producer SARAH MANWARING-WHITE Studio director KATHY GEE Editor JONATHAN CRANE
In the days before motorway madness, there used to be a saner way to travel - by steam train. The Somerset and Dorset railway linked
Bournemouth with Bath and the north of England. Now it's all gone. Twenty years after it closed Mike Arlett brought together driver
Donald Beale and his fireman Peter Smith , to re-live their own golden age of steam. Written and narrated by Gwyn Richards Film editor JO PAYNE
Producer ANDREW JOHNSTON BBC West (R)
Leopard - a Darkness in the Grass
Survival on the hot plains of Africa is a tightrope between life and death, even for the big cats. The leopard is a shy and elusive prowler, seldom ever seen by visitors to Kenya's most magnificent game reserve, the Masai Mara. The extraordinary and hazardous events in the daily life of one particular leopard and her cubs are revealed in an intimate portrait of an animal that has rarely been filmed before. Her wariness of elephants, a clash with a cheetah for possession of prey, and the threat from lions that could easily kill her cubs, show that even this powerful predator takes part in the continual struggle for life.
Photographed and produced by HUGH MILES
Assistant producer KEITH SCHOLEY Film editor TOM POORE
Series editor PETER JONES BBC Bristol
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Introduced by Russell Davies At the the 100 Club in London's Oxford Street, some of the best in British jazz. Taking part:
The Pizza Express All Stars Dave Shepherd (clarinet) Danny Moss (tenor sax)
Roy Williams (trombone) Colin Smith (trumpet) Brian Lemon (piano) Len Skeat (bass), and the late Kenny Clare (drums) The Stan Tracey Quartet Stan Tracey (piano)
Art Themen (tenor sax) Roy Babbington (bass) Clark Tracey (drums)
Five-a-Slide - a combination of five virtuoso trombonists -
Roy Williams , Pete Strange ,
Jim Shepherd , Roy Crimmins and Ray Wordsworth. Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer phujp SPEIGHT (R)
A series of eight films about the love-lives of people round the world.
1: Young Love
Teenagers in Japan, Kenya, India, and the United States speak about the rules - or lack of rules - that govern their love-lives. What is the right balance between romantic love, sex, and obedience to traditional values? From the 'girl-seeing-ceremony' of southern India to the 'last American virgins' of California, it's the young lovers themselves who explain how they manage the tension between love and law. Assistant producers
ANGELA KAYE , MUKTI JAIN
Producer WILUAM NICHOLSON
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The Suntory World Match Play Championship
HARRY CARPENTER introduces highlights of today's final. Producers
FRED VINER and ALASTAIR SCOTT Executive producer HAROLD ANDERSON
Continues a major season of films new to television.
Robert Altman's dazzling film - a scathing view of American foibles and fancies - is set on the day of a lavish society wedding, a day when Muffin Brenner and Dino Corelli are to join two families of very different backgrounds. But there are a few problems.
Grandmother Nettie is dying upstairs, no guests have turned up to the reception, the families are suspicious of each other, mother Corelli is a junkie and the family doctor is a drunk. And that's only the start of a wedding day at the Corelli mansion ... Screenplay by JOHN CONSIDINE , PATRICIA RESNICK ALLAN NICHOLLS , ROBERT ALTMAN Produced and directed by ROBERT ALTMAN
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