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: Rally Report 86

In this first report, William Woollard introduces live coverage of today's initial stage of this year's RAC
Lombard Rally at Badminton with commentary from
Barrie Gill and Tony Mason.

Contributors

Introduces: William Woollard
Unknown: Barrie Gill
Unknown: Tony Mason.

: Wacky Races

Oils Well That Ends Well (R)

: The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show

A collection of cartoons

: Blue Peter

Join Janet , Peter and Mark on board the omnibus and catch up with their adventures over the week. Assistant editor LEWIS BRONZE Editor BIDDY BAXTER

Contributors

Unknown: Join Janet
Editor: Biddy Baxter

: The Cuckoo Sister

A four-part drama
3: Kate and Rosie visit the East End in search of Rosie's mother. But what they find out is a shock to them both.

: Windmill

The first programme in a new series in which Chris Serle looks at television's past.
This week: The Planet Earth with Percy Thrower. Director MIKE SEDDON
Producer BARBARA KINDRED Designer ROGER HARRIS
Series producer ALBERT BARBER
0 BACK PAGES: 102

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Serle
Unknown: Percy Thrower.
Director: Mike Seddon
Producer: Barbara Kindred
Designer: Roger Harris
Producer: Albert Barber

: No Limits

Visits Bradford.

: International Tennis

The Benson and Hedges Championship
Live coverage of the final from Wembley Arena. Last year IVAN LENDL and BORIS BECKER produced a memorable climax to this tournament; this year they are seeded to meet again.

Contributors

Unknown: Ivan Lendl
Unknown: Boris Becker

: Rugby Special

Bath v Coventry Introduced by NIGEL STARMER-SMITH
Reigning English champions Bath can field 11 internationals, but the tough
Coventry side should challenge them all the way. Highlights of this match, as well as news of the deciding Test between France and New Zealand and views of the rest of the weekend's rugby. Series producer HUW JONES

Contributors

Introduced By: Nigel Starmer-Smith

: Music in Camera

Shostakovich Piano Quintet in G Minor
The Borodin Quartet
Mikhail Kopelman (violin)
Andrei Abramenkov (violin) Dmitry Shebalin (viola)
Valentin Berlinsky (cello) with Peter Donohoe (piano) When Dmitry Shostakovich finished this work he asked four of his students at the Moscow Conservatoire to play it through for him. They became the now legendary Borodin Quartet. Since that first occasion they have played it many times, usually with the great Russian pianist Sviatoslav Richter , but this year they received a tremendous reception for their performances with Peter Donohoe. Sound RON ALLAN
Lighting DAVID OGLE
Series editor KEITH ALEXANDER Designer ALAN WRIGHT Producer MIKE NEWMAN BBC Scotland

Contributors

Violin: Mikhail Kopelman
Violin: Andrei Abramenkov
Viola: Dmitry Shebalin
Cello: Valentin Berlinsky
Piano: Peter Donohoe
Unknown: Dmitry Shostakovich
Pianist: Sviatoslav Richter
Unknown: Peter Donohoe.
Editor: Keith Alexander
Designer: Alan Wright
Producer: Mike Newman

: Thinking Aloud

This week turns to the crucial philosophical question - are we essentially the same or essentially different.
Michael Ignatieff and guests: philosopher Martin Hollis feminist writer Toril Moi political philosopher
Quentin Skinner discuss The Self: What's so special about me?
Research MARK HARRISON Studio director LAN PAUL
Producer AMANDA THEUNISSEN BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Ignatieff
Unknown: Martin Hollis
Unknown: Toril Moi
Unknown: Quentin Skinner

: The Money Programme

Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton present Britain's most popular financial and business programme. With
PAUL BURDEN, TOM MADDOCKS
MARK ROGERSON and FRANCINE STOCK reporting from home and abroad on your money - and other people's.
Studio director KATHY GEE Editor JONATHAN CRANE

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Widlake
Unknown: Valerie Singleton
Unknown: Tom Maddocks
Unknown: Mark Rogerson

: Did You See...?

Ludovic Kennedy presents his selection of the week's television and discusses in detail: Casualty (BBC1), Lost Empires (ITV) and Redbrick (Channel Four).
Following the BBC's recently published guidelines, there's a report on television violence. Assistant producers JAMES HAWES AGNIESZKA PIOTROWSKA DEVENDRA VARMA
Studio director NICHOLAS BARKER Producer CHARLES MILLER

Contributors

Unknown: Ludovic Kennedy
Producers: James Hawes
Producers: Agnieszka Piotrowska
Producers: Devendra Varma
Director: Nicholas Barker
Producer: Charles Miller

: The Natural World

Have Fish Had Their Chips? In the worldwide hunt for herring, salmon and tuna, fishermen use an amazing range of devices, from simple native traps to the huge nets of modern factory trawlers. Julian Pettifer investigates and evaluates the demands we make on the riches of the sea. A fishfinger or tin of tuna is part of a fascinating network that links nature, trade and politics. But what is the future of this vast and valuable resource?
Music ELIZABETH PARKER
Film editor ANDREW NAYLOR Producer RICHARD BROCK Series editor PETER JONES BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Julian Pettifer
Music: Elizabeth Parker
Editor: Andrew Naylor
Producer: Richard Brock

: Lovelaw

Seven documentary films about the love-lives of people round the world.
6: Women and Divorce
Until recently women had the most to lose from divorce, both financially and in terms of status. But times are changing, and the statistics behind the booming worldwide divorce rates reveal that more and more it is the women who are walking out of marriage. In Japan, Egypt, Italy and Hungary women talk about why they have ended their marriages, and what price they have had to pay. Assistant producers
MUKN JAIN. ANGELA KAYE
Producer WILLIAM NICHOLSON
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Contributors

Producer: William Nicholson

: Cricket: First Test

Australia v England
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the third day's play in Brisbane.
Television presentation CHANNEL 9 Australia

Contributors

Introduces: Richie Benaud

: Rally Report 86

with William Woollard
Barrie Gill and Sue Baker
This morning 150 cars left the start line at Bath at the beginning of this year's
Lombard RAC Rally. Over the next four days, they will cover an estimated 1,500 miles through some of the hardest forest terrain of England, Scotland and Wales before the rally ends back in Bath on Wednesday night. A report from Harrogate showground in Yorkshire of the day's events and a look forward to tomorrow's exacting stages. BBC Midlands

Contributors

Unknown: William Woollard
Unknown: Barrie Gill
Unknown: Sue Baker

: The Great American Picture Show: The California Dolls

starring
Peter Falk
Vicki Frederick Laurene Landon
Harry, former English teacher and fan of Italian opera, now makes his living by managing two attractive women wrestlers - the California
Dolls, Iris and Molly. Times are hard as they tour the States in an old Cadillac, until an opportunity arises to tackle the fearsome Toldeo Tigers in a championship bout in Las Vegas. But first they have to learn a few new tricks. This ebullient look at a bizarre side of the American dream was the last film made by Robert Aldrich , director of Kiss Me Deadly and The Dirty Dozen.
Screenplay by MEL FROHMAN Produced by WILLIAM ALDRICH Directed by ROBERT ALDRICH
(First showing on British television) 0 FILMS: page 26

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Falk
Unknown: Vicki Frederick
Unknown: Laurene Landon
Unknown: Robert Aldrich
Play By: Mel Frohman
Produced By: William Aldrich
Directed By: Robert Aldrich
Harry Sears: Peter Falk
Iris: Vicki Frederick
Molly: Laurene Landon
Eddie Cisco: Burt Young
Diane: Tracy Reed
June: Ursaline Bryant-King
Solly: Claudette Nevins
Bill Dudley: Richard Jaeckel
Big John Stanley: John Hancock
Jerome: Lenny Montana
Merle Le Fevre: Charlie Dell
Obese promoter: Cliff Emmich
Clyde Yamashito: Clyde Kusatsu
Akron Wrestlers: Marlene Petrilli
Akron Wrestlers: Karen McKay
Geisha doctor: Alvin Hammer
Louise: Angela Aames
Myron: Stanley Brock
First creature: Susan Mechsner
Second creature: Leslie Henderson
CHICK HEARN: Chick Hearn
JOE GREENE: Joe Greene








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