Inner City Story: The Developer
A See-Saw programme with Iain Lauchlan and Jane Hardy Gong
Going, going, gong! Music by RICHARD BROWN Puppets by JOANNE COLE
Designer RICHARD BRACKENBURY Producer MICHAEL COLE (R)
Marcello Mastroianni Claudia Cardinale Toto
Ambitious small-time crooks plot the perfect robbery. Their attention to detail is meticulous, but somehow when the time comes to put their brilliant plan into operation, things go catastrophically and hilariously wrong.
Monicelli's affectionate spoof of popular crime thrillers became a classic in its own right and became the model for Louis Malle's latest film Crackers.
Screenplay by MARIO MONlCELLI. SUSO CEOCHI D'AMICO. AGE and SCARPELLI
Directed by MARIO MONICELLI
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Regional News and Weather
The Benson and Hedges International from Fulford Golf Club, York Coverage of the opening day's play of the PGA tour continues.
BERNHARD LANGER , who will long be remembered for his famous 'tree' shot at the 17th in 1981, is one of the challengers for the first prize of £33,330.
Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER
Commentator PETER ALLISS
CLIVE CLARK , BRUCE CRITCHLEY
Producers FRED VINER and ALASTAIR SCOTT Executive producer JOHN SHREWSBURY
starring Guy Madison, Rhonda Fleming.
Cheyenne O'Malley, a beautiful headstrong woman, needs to be married in order to inherit her father's freight business. She sets her sights on Steve - a man in prison awaiting execution for a murder he did not commit. After they are married Cheyenne intends to dispose of the luckless groom, but her plan misfires and the new husband sets about "taming" his wife while protecting her from a blackmailer.
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from the Isle of Wight with Cliff Morgan
Special Olympics enables mentally handicapped competitors from all over
Europe to enjoy sports and recreation during two days of competitive games.
Of course, it is not winning a medal that matters, but the courage, perseverence and fun involved in taking part. Film editor TIM CRAVEN Produce TERRY LONG
The last of six documentaries by black film-makers. The Stein Brothers
Many remarkable stories have emerged from the experiences of South Africa's political emigres, but few compare with that of the Stein family.
As a boxer, Isaiah Stein was a prosperous and well-respected member of the coloured community in Cape Town. But, with political involvement came arrest, the end of his sporting ambitions and finally, exile.
But Isaiah Stein 's story wasn't to end in despair. He has assets which few possess - his seven sons. Now, in England, two are professional footballers, two non-league players and two professional tennis coaches. Among them are Brian and Mark Stein of Luton Town, but they are just the tip of the iceberg of Stein sporting talent.
Producer KRISHNA GOVENDER An Ebony production
Peter France introduces his personal choice of past films in the series.
Manuscript Society Timewatch joins the American Manuscript Society on a visit to London to learn of their enthusiasms and their obsessions.
World of the Rabbit
Christopher Andrew reports on the social and economic impact of the rabbit - introduced to this country from the western
Mediterranean in the 11th century as a rare delicacy.
The Man Who Made History David Sox investigates the story of Italian Sculptor,
ALCEO DOSSENA, one of the most successful forgers in the history of art.
Producers ANTONIA BENEDEK
MARGARET WINDHAM HEFFERNAN DirectorNEIL CAMERON
PIPPA HOLLOWAY Editor ROY DAVIES
Presented by Paul Heiney The weekly magazine with the latest news and information for everybody interested in going away this summer.
The Resort Report Jackie Spreckley explores the area around the largest of the Italian lakes. Matthew Collins goes on Special Assignment to somewhere in Europe.
Weatherman John Kettley comments on the summer so far, and forecasts what's in store for the weekend.
And the sheer variety of Britain - viewers report on their own holidays.
Plus travel tips, and the late availability bargains.
Studio director JONATHAN BULLEN Executive producer ALAN DOBSON BBC North West
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Kings and Castles
Officially, India's princes are no more. The Maharajas, who for generations held sway over one third of the sub-continent, have been
'de-recognised'. Yet although the powers are gone, the trappings - and the memories - remain.
In this, the first of two programmes, members of the royal families talk of the past.... of fierce battles and heroic sacrifices of life in the zenana or harem, of hunting, fabled wealth and the golden years under British paramount rule.
The film is a unique record of disappearing ceremonies and rituals and contains exclusive footage from the Maharajas' personal archives. Running through the documentary is the dramatised story of a princess, played by Simi Garewal , taking her nephew Ajit (Jugal Hansraj ) to his new school. As they travel, she gives Ajit - and us - a glimpse of India's extraordinary royal heritage. Written by CHARLES ALLEN Camera JOHN KENWAY Sound JOHN PARKER
Executive producer PETER HERCOMBE Directed by JONATHAN FULFORD (Tomorrow ... Part 2: Kings to Commoners)
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with Chris Denham
Hells Angel: Lady Arran, the powerboating granny; Tales from the Canals: memories of life on the cut; Doctor at Sea: GP
Phil Burnett goes overboard about lifeboat drill - all in the service of saving lives;
And Blazers and Boaters: a traditional weekend on the Thames.
Film editor ROD THOMAS
Assistant producer GARY JOHNSTON Producer RONA CHRISTIE BBC Plymouth
Presented by Peter Snow Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael
With international reports by David Sells and Charles Wheeler
helps you plan your weekend viewing from the Open University. A BBC/Open University production
Psychology: Here's Looking at You
LAURIE TAYLOR comments on aspects of social behaviour at a university faculty party.
Producer CLIVE HOLLOWAY (R)