A See-Saw programme with Johnny Ball
Philomena takes singing
2.30 The Molecomb Stakes (5f)
3.0 The Hofmeister Stakes (Handicap. U miles)
3.30 The Extel Stakes (Handicap. 1/4 miles)
LUCA CUMANI has become the trainer to follow in this, the richest race of its kind all season.
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON Commentators
PETER O'SULLEVAN JIMMY LINDLEY and JOHN HANMER Producer BOB DUNCAN
3.55 News and Weather
Regional News and Weather followed by Racing and Show Jumping
Glorious Goodwood coverage continues
4.10 The Alycidon Glorious Stakes (11 miles)
International Show Jumping Further coverage of the Derby trial from Hickstead
A second chance to see this award-winning documentary. Historic newsreels, rare archival footage and Baden-Powell's own home movies document the development of the Scout ideal.
Narrated by John Neville Written by DAVID RAIN and MICHAEL MURPHY
Produced and directed by MICHAEL D. MURPHY (R)
A CLEAR HORIZON FILMS production
continues the season of films featuring Edgar Rice Burrough's
legendary jungle hero.
Tonight starring Gordon Scott, Eve Brent.
Doctor Sturdy's isolated research hospital in the African jungle is threatened by the jealous witch doctor, Futa. When Futa orders his warriors to attack the hospital, Tarzan comes to the rescue. But then Jane is threatened ...
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The Quaff, Exeter
The people of the Quay tell their stories. The customs officer, the nightclub manager, the wine merchant and the ferryman all share their experiences.
Film editor PHIL WILKINSON Producer JEREMY MILLS
Sir Robert Mayer was in great form as the special guest in this programme first broadcast on Christmas Day, 1979.
Chairman Joseph Cooper and panellists Joyce Grenfell , Robin Ray and David Attenborough were also in seasonal mood.
Producer WALTER TODDS
Director HELEN MORTON (R) (Regional programme-for variations see below)
Presented by Geoff Hamilton and Roy Lancaster
Barnsdale has been planted with the small cottage garden in mind and after three-and-a-half years is beginning to look mature and beautiful. We look at the plants which have been used and the inevitable glaring mistakes. Vegetable gardeners must always look ahead, and this week we have autumn and winter crops in mind.
Culinary herbs are becoming more popular and the herb garden at Barnsdale grows a wide range. Herb specialist Lesley Bremness advises on how to make better use of them and how to store them. Producer DENIS w. GARTSIDE
Production assistant JANE DON
Executive producer JOHN KENYON
by BOB BLACK starring
Willie has now left the bank to pursue his writing career, but a money-making scheme involving Chancer and a deep freeze soon puts his literary ambitions on ice.
Music by DAVID MCNIVEN Designer HELEN RAE
Associate producer RON BAIN Produced and directed by COLIN GILBERT
I A series of six programmes
1942: Hollywood like the rest of America is at war. As well as inspiring exploitation movies like Hitler's Children, the war years profoundly affect film-making. RKO directors Edward Dmytryk and Richard Fleischer explain how changed attitudes create a new style'film noir'. Contract player Robert Mitchum makes his first appearance in drag and copes with a drug bust. On screen, producer Val Lewton begins to terrify audiences with his Zombies and Cat People, and the sinister House
Committee also stalks its prey. Edward Asner looks into the RKO archives, recording a time of mounting paranoia and suspicion.
Photography NIGEL WALTERS Film editor COLIN JONES Researcher JANE MAYES Producers
CHARLES CHABOT , ROSEMARY WILTON
The last word on world events analysed by Peter Snow Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael
Betsy, a trained nurse, is taken out to the West Indies to care for the ailing wife of a wealthy expatriate. The woman walks and breathes but seems incapable of speech or thought. Soon Betsy discovers the horrifying truth - her patient is a zombie. This highly atmospheric 'horror' film was made by regular RKO collaborators Tourneur and Lewton.
Directed by JACQUES TOURNEUR Screenplay by CURT SIODMAK and ARDEL WRAY Produced by VAL LEWTON
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