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Introduced by TONY LEWIS
Commentator RICHIE BENAUD
JACK BANNISTER Summarisers
KEITH MACKENZIE. ALAN GRIFFITHS
Gran's Old Bones
Gran digs up some strange bean poles! (R)
with Johnny Ball
When the white kitten with green eyes returns, then you know it's time for another tale from Johnny about adventures down on the farm. Today Philomena finds out who and what is what when the farm is at work. (R)
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A Village Reborn
The village of Llanaelhaeam in North Wales was dying.
The slate quarries had closed and young people were moving away to find work.
Carl Clowes , the new village doctor, became the moving spirit behind a co-operative society which achieved surprising results.
Producer JENNIFER JEREMY (R)
George Cunningham Painting Sheffield Grey
George Cunningham took up painting as a hobby at the age of 48. Then, one
Christmas Eve, he was made redundant from his job as a die-sinker and painting became his trade.
Producer JOHN GRAHAM (R)
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Twenty years ago, lone inventor Ron Hickman came up with a handy portable tool which people could use in their workshops and garages. He called it the Workmate - and now he's a millionaire. But Ron's success is the exception. Two thirds of all private inventors fail to renew their patents when the opportunity comes. What goes wrong for the hundreds who fail to strike it rich? Presenter Robert Symes offers Ten Golden Guidelines to help the embryonic inventor. Written and produced by BOB BOOTLE Horizon editor GRAHAM MASSEY (R)
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This classic Western begins a season of films starring the cinema's leading man of action. With Maureen O'Hara On the Mexican border in the 1880s,
Lt Col Yorke of the US Cavalry is conducting a lonely and vain campaign against marauding Indians. When his trooper son arrives at the fort, followed by the colonel's estranged wife, family conflict adds to his troubles.
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Based on a Saturday Evening Post story by:
Trooper Jeff Yorke:
Capt St Jacques:
The Sons of the
'Who put Leonardo in a spin?' Bamber Gascoigne presents the final programme in his quiz game on the fine and decorative arts.
The four finalists competing for the title of Connoisseur of 1988 are:
Andrew Brunt from Cheshire Tom Jones from West Midlands
John Nash from Essex
Bruce Tattersall from Dorset Series devised and questions set by BAMBER GASCOIGNE
Graphic designer PAUL JOHNSON Designer JOHN BONE
Director ROY CHAPMAN
Producer JONATHAN WRIGHT MILLER A HAWKSHEAD production for BBC Bristol
If you would like to take part in a future series of 'Connoisseur', please write to: Hawkshead, 3 Fitzroy Square, London W1P 5AH
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The Ball Game
Anxious to celebrate their success and improve their public image, docklands property developers hold a lavish ball in aid of charity. The cause is the London
Hospital in the city's East End, where the children's wards are little changed since Victorian times.
On the 40th birthday of the NHS, John Sweeney looks at the expanding business of charity fund-raising in hospitals: a welcome addition to state funding or a throwback to a dependence on the generosity of the rich? Research PAUL SAPIN
Producer STEVE HEWLETT Editor COLIN CAMERON BBC North West
A six-part comedy series written by BEN ELTON starring with and 4: Joyce
... It must be a really terrible thing to be a nun locked up in a closed order with a seriously annoying novice like Joyce. However,
Novice Joyce has seen The Sound of Music ... and likes being a nun, so to get her home Guy will have to be really clever which, unfortunately, is out of the question.
Designer MEL BIBBY
Produced and directed by PAUL JACKSON
BBC North West (R)
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the Fuddle Family:
Dr de Quincy:
The fifth of nine programmes The Red and the Green
A wry, yet disturbing, look at the daily grind in the red and green Customs' channels of the world's busiest international airport, London Heathrow. Target flights from drug-growing areas usually produce results but mostly officers have to rely on a mix of intuition, graft, luck and the 'revenue nose'. 'Fifty per cent of those we stop will have something over the top,' says one officer. The insight into the 'Throne Room', where officers doing the nastiest job in Customs wait for the 'stuffers' and 'swallowers', ensures that no-one can ever look at those quiet
Customs people in the same way again.
Assistant producer ROGER COURTIOUR
Producer PAUL HAMANN (R)
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starring Garry Shandling Force Boxman
Can it be true? Garry leaving his own show for a better offer? Some far-sighted network has cast Garry as their own answer to the Equalizer, so it's off to
New York for his first show without his mother. With
It's Garry Shandling 's Show not even cold, his so-called friends have a new sit- com - It's 's Red Buttons's Show. Has Garry made a disastrous career move?
Written by JEFF FRANKUN and ED SOLOMON
Directed by ALAN RAFKIN
with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick
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RICHIE BENAUD with highlights of the final day's play. Producer KEITH MACKENZIE
The Rise and Fall of Britain's Sanctions Policy
Producer CAROL HASLAM