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: Now on Two

Simon Potter with Sunday morning's entertainment starting with:

All-New Popeye Show
Popierre the Musketeer

In a Little Spinach Town Parts 1 and 2 (R)

Contributors

Presenter ("Now on Two"): Simon Potter

: Whirlybirds

When no other machine can get through, the Whirlybirds are ready to fly into difficulty and danger. (R)

: The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show

Lucy tells Charlie Brown that he walks in a funny way. Charlie decides to learn like a baby again. (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Charlie Brown

: Now It's You

with Simon Potter

Contributors

Presenter: Simon Potter

: Blue Peter Omnibus

Join Mark, Caron and Yvette on board the Omnibus.

: White Peak Farm

The last of three parts by BERLIE DOHERTY Mum and Dad
Now that Kathleen and Martin have left, life has even more problems for Jeannie. Then there is a terrible accident....
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director ANDREW MORGAN
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Contributors

Unknown: Berlie Doherty
Producer: Paul Stone
Director: Andrew Morgan

: Windmill

with Chris Serle
This week Chris takes a look at America and visits cowboy country with MARTY FELDMAN , geyser country
With DAVID ATTENBOROUGH , Texas with ALAN WHICKER and New York with ALISTAIR COOKE.
The special guest is
Entertainment USA's host Jonathan King. Assistant producers
NEL ROMANO. JENNIFER WHITE DEBBIE SEARLE
Director MIKE SEDDON
Executive producer ERIC ROWAN

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Serle
Unknown: Marty Feldman
Unknown: David Attenborough
Unknown: Alan Whicker
Unknown: Alistair Cooke.
Unknown: Jonathan King.
Unknown: Jennifer White
Unknown: Debbie Searle
Director: Mike Seddon
Producer: Eric Rowan

: Wacky Races

Real Gone Ape (R)

: Horizon

The Canal in the Jungle
Half-a-million workers toiled for decades to create the Panama Canal, a new wonder of the world. Twenty-eight thousand died, but it's now a billion-dollar commercial crossroads.
Narrator Paul Vaughan Produced for WGBH BOSTON by CARL CHARLSON
Adapted for BBCtv by SUSAN SPINDLER
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Contributors

Narrator: Paul Vaughan
Unknown: Susan Spindler

: Rugby Special

Introduced by Nigel Starmer-Smith with Chris Rea Harlequins v
London Scottish
This London derby allows both clubs to play their normal attacking games on a weekend off from the leagues.
Cardiff v Llanelli
The traditional east-west clash has provided many a classic game and, despite the fact that Cardiff are restructuring their side, a high-scoring match is expected.
Analysis and comment, as well as news of the weekend's rugby and a look forward to next week's internationals.
Series producer huw JONES

Contributors

Introduced By: Nigel Starmer-Smith

: Back Street

starring
Charles Boyer
Margaret Sullavan
This supremely elegant tear-jerker based on FANNIE HURST'S famous novel stars
Margaret Sullavan as the woman who stays silently and lovingly in the background for love of a married man. The man in her life is a wealthy married banker with a family, who selfishly allows his mistress to wait at his convenience as he leads a life of glamour and excitement. Few films made have had the emotional pull of this dramatic and moving love story, with its tragic end.
Mrs Miller .CECIL CUNNINGHAM Screenplay by BRUCE MANNING and FELIX JACKSON
Produced by BRUCE MANNING
Directed by ROBERT STEVENSON
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Contributors

Unknown: Charles Boyer
Unknown: Margaret Sullavan
Unknown: Margaret Sullavan
Unknown: Mrs Miller
Play By: Bruce Manning
Produced By: Bruce Manning
Directed By: Robert Stevenson
Walter Saxel: Charles Boyer
Ray Smith: Margaret Sullavan
Curt Stanton: Richard Carison
Ed Porter: Frank McHugh
Harry: Frank Jenks
Richard Saxel: Tim Holt
Freda Smith: Peggy Stewart
Darren: Samuel S Hinds
Mrs Smith: Esther Dale
Elizabeth Saxel: Neil O'Day
Mrs Dilling: Kitty O'Neill
Corinne Saxel: Nella Walker

: Cartoon

: Music in Camera

Introduced by Andrew Watkinson
The Endellion Quartet plays Benjamin Britten 's Second String Quartet which was written in 1945 to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the death of the great English composer Henry Purcell.
Andrew Watkinson (violin) Ralph de Souza (violin) Garfield Jackson (viola) David Waterman (cello) Sound RON ALLAN
Lighting RON IRVINE
Designer PETER DEULING Producer MIKE NEWMAN
Series editor KEITH ALEXANDER BBC Scotland

Contributors

Introduced By: Andrew Watkinson
Unknown: Benjamin Britten
Unknown: Henry Purcell.
Violin: Andrew Watkinson
Violin: Ralph de Souza
Viola: Garfield Jackson
Cello: David Waterman
Unknown: Ron Allan
Unknown: Ron Irvine
Designer: Peter Deuling
Producer: Mike Newman
Editor: Keith Alexander

: Review

'The origins of the cinema are in the city'. Film director Gavin Millar examines this premise, which lies behind an exciting exhibition in Paris. Entitled Cites-Cines it launches the viewer on a cinematic journey through the great cities of the world and the imagination.
Tom Wolfe 's new novel The Bonfire of the Vanities, a satire that moves between Wall Street dollar culture and Bronx low-life, is reviewed by David Lodge.
Why has Wolfe, the prophet of new journalism, turned against his own declaration that journalism had wiped out the novel as 'literature's main event'?
From dramatisations of campus novels to realistic documentaries of student life, images of the university have recently proliferated on television. Mark Lawson, TV critic of the Independent, investigates the appeal of academe with Malcolm Bradbury and Marilyn Butler.
Researcher JAMES MARSH Assistant producers
SAM COLLYNS , ANDREW EATON Producer JOHN WHISTON Editor JOHN ARCHER

Contributors

Director: Gavin Millar
Unknown: Tom Wolfe
Reviewed By: David Lodge.
Unknown: Mark Lawson
Unknown: Malcolm Bradbury
Unknown: Marilyn Butler.
Unknown: Sam Collyns
Unknown: Andrew Eaton
Producer: John Whiston
Editor: John Archer

: Ski Sunday

featuring the seventh round in the World Cup Men Downhill.
With the Olympic games in Calgary just a fortnight away, this weekend's racing will be the last for many of the alpine stars desperate to gain a place in their national teams. David Vine has travelled with the men to find the best snow conditions while David Goldstrom reports on the women who are in action in Yugoslavia. Television presentation: JRT Yugoslavia TFI France
Producer GRAHAM FRY

Contributors

Unknown: David Vine
Unknown: David Goldstrom

: Weather to Ski?

Michael Fish reports on the current ski-ing conditions in the major resorts and considers the prospects for the coming week.
Research SHIRLEY EDWARDS

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Fish
Unknown: Shirley Edwards

: The Money Programme

Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton present Britain's most popular financial and business programme. With PAUL BURDEN
FRANCINE STOCK and HENRY HARINGTON reporting from home and abroad. Studio director SUE TURBETT Editor JONATHAN CRANE

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Widlake
Unknown: Valerie Singleton
Unknown: Henry Harington

: Eyes on the Prize

The story of America's civil rights years 1954-65 in six parts told by the men and women who fought the second American revolution. 4: No Easy Walk (1961-63) Governor Wallace of Alabama pledged 'Segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation for ever.'
In Albany, Georgia, LAURIE PRITCHETT used
MARTIN LUTHER KING 'S book to devise an effective counter-strategy and King suffered his first defeat. The federal government, as ever, found black protests untimely and tried to deter the organisers of the March on Washington. Reactionaries retaliated by bombing black homes and churches.
Written, produced and directed by JAMES A. DEVINNEY and CALLIE CROSSLEY
A BLACKSIDE INC production

Contributors

Unknown: Laurie Pritchett
Unknown: Martin Luther King
Directed By: James A. Devinney
Directed By: Callie Crossley

: Sports Archive

1969
TONY JACKLIN 'S 'Open Golf Championship'; ANN JONES takes the Wimbledon title. In cricket, the West Indies are humbled by Ireland. THE PRINCE OF WALES is invested at Caernarvon and RICHARD NIXON is invested as President. Concorde makes its maiden flight and the 50p coin is launched.
Harry Carpenter unearths items from the archives and meets some of the year's sporting headline-makers. Researcher MICHAEL PENSON Producer JEFF GODDARD

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Jacklin
Unknown: Ann Jones
Unknown: Richard Nixon
Unknown: Harry Carpenter
Unknown: Michael Penson
Producer: Jeff Goddard

: Did You See...?

Ludovic Kennedy is joined by his studio guests for a review of Hudson and Halls (BBC1) 40 Minutes: Scarfe's Follies (BBC2)
Viewpoint Special - The Last Dream (ITV) and Emma Freud examines the irresistible rise of Bill and Ben.

Contributors

Unknown: Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown: Emma Freud

: Design Classics

Second of six films about some of the 20th century's enduring designs.
The London Underground Map
One of British graphic
,design's greatest triumphs, the London underground map, was an unsolicited attempt to make the system easier to understand and use. It helped give London
Transport an identity, and has been copied by transit systems throughout the world. It has absorbed all the additions to the system since it was first sketched out in a school exercise book, not by a designer, but by an obscure draughtsman, Harry Beck.
Narrated by Jancis Robinson with Gert Dumbar ,
Milton Glaser , Ken Garland , Adrian Forty and Paul E. Garbutt Executive producer
CHRISTOPHER MARTIN
Producer ROGER LAST (R)
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Contributors

Unknown: Harry Beck.
Unknown: Jancis Robinson
Unknown: Gert Dumbar
Unknown: Milton Glaser
Unknown: Ken Garland
Unknown: Adrian Forty
Unknown: Paul E. Garbutt
Unknown: Christopher Martin
Producer: Roger Last

: Screen Two: Stanley

starring
Anton Lesser and Juliet Stevenson Screenplay by ELAINE MORGAN
- 'I'm a treasure island seeker and the island is me....'
The controversial English artist Stanley Spencer scandalised the art world when he painted the Resurrection taking place in the churchyard of Cookham, his home village by the River Thames; and further scandalised the village when he decided that to nourish his imagination he needed two wives.
Music PATRICK GOWERS Editor SUE WYATT
Photography PHILIP BONHAM. CARTER Designer AUSTIN RUDDY Producer RUTH CALEB
Director ANNA BENSON GYLES
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FILMS: page 18
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Contributors

Unknown: Anton Lesser
Unknown: Juliet Stevenson
Play By: Elaine Morgan
Artist: Stanley Spencer
Unknown: Philip Bonham.
Producer: Ruth Caleb
Director: Anna Benson Gyles
Stanley Spencer: Anton Lesser
Hilda Carline: Juliet Stevenson
Patricia Preece: Sarah Berger
Richard Carline: Christopher Baines
Mrs Carline: Valerie Lush
Elsie: Lesley Dunlop
Dudley Tooth: David Horovitch
Dorothy Hepworth: Jacqueline Tong
William Spencer: Norman Jones
Solicitor: Roger Brierley
Mary Behrends: Wendy Gifford
Louis Behrends: Peter Birrel
Hospital sister: Sally Mates
Mrs Gissing: Pat Quayle
Young Stanley: Paul Frith
Young Shirin: Lucy Martin

: Cricket: The Bicentennial Test

Australia v England richie BENAUD introduces highlights of the third day's play in Sydney Television presentation CHANNEL 9 Australia








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