Maths: Modelling Drug Therapy
by PETER FIRMIN
Pinny and the Floppy Frog (R)
A special screening to celebrate Bernstein's 70th birthday starring
Richard Beymer Russ Tamblyn
Rita Moreno and George Chakiris
Winner of ten Academy Awards, including Best
Picture, West Side Story tells the tale of two young lovers - a modern Romeo and Juliet - who find themselves caught in the crossfire between two New York gangs, the Jets and the Sharks.
Maria, Tonight and America are some of the many songs in LEONARD BERNSTEIN and STEPHEN SONDHEIM 'S famous musical, which, with JEROME ROBBINS 'S dazzling choreography, make this one of the most exciting and successful films ever to come out of Hollywood.
Maria ................NATALIE WOOD
Tony...............RICHARD BEYMER Riff RUSS TAMBLYN
Bernardo.......GEORGE CHAKlRIS Ice ......................TUCKER SMITH
Action.............TONY MORDENTE A-Rab ...............DAVID WINTERS Baby John .............. ELIOT FELD Chino .................. JOSE DE VEGA
Pepe .....................JAY NORMAN Indio .................... GUS TRIKONIS
Juano ...................EDDIE VERSO Lt Schrank ..... SIMON OAKLAND Officer
Krupke WILLIAM BRAMLEY
Doc............................NED GLASS Glad hand...............JOHN ASTIN
Anybodys ................ SUE OAKES Graziella ........... GINA TRIKONIS Screenplay by ERNEST LEHMAN
Based on the stage play produced by ROBERT E. GRIFFITH and HAROLD S PRINCE
Produced by ROBERT WISE Directed by ROBERT WISE and JEROME ROBBINS
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Live from London's Notting Hill Carnival, the day's festivities begin here with a preview of tonight's 'Mas 88' OB producer BOB WILD
Producer vastiana belfon
Executive producer JOHN WILCOX BBC Pebble Mill
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Further coverage of the rest of the afternoon's play.
starring Griffin O'Neal Raul Julia Teri Garr
Danny - son of the world's (second) greatest escapologist, has inherited his father's talents. When he decides to use them to uncover the mystery surrounding his father's death, the youngster becomes involved in a world of political corruption and intrigue ... This enchanting blend of fantasy and movie magic by the writer of E. T. was masterminded by Francis Coppola at his Zoetrope Studios.
Screenplay by MELISSA MATHISON and STEPHEN ZITO based on the novel The Escape Artist by DAVID WAGONER
Produced by DOUG CLAYBOURNE and BUCK HOUGHTON
Directed by CALEB DESCHANEL
Magic shop owner:
Cop at Mayor's office:
Eartha Kitt introduces vintage performances, all filmed before the notoriously tough audience of Harlem's famous Apollo Theater.
Film cameraman JOHN MCGLASHAN Sound MICHAEL SPENCER Film editor COLIN KNUFF
Producer HELEN GALLACHER
A series of eight programmes featuring natural history films from other countries.
7: The Coelacanth
The coelacanth, a mysterious tassle-finned fish, was thought to have become extinct with the dinosaurs. But some still lurk in the Indian Ocean, around the Comoro Islands.
German marine biologist Dr Hans Fricke descended into the depths to film these 'living fossils' and, for the first time, glimpses a prehistoric world of 400 million years ago when coelacanths and their kin first appeared.
Presented for BBCtv by GEORGE INGER BBC Bristol
This amusing documentary about perestroika, (changes in the Soviet Union) goes to Talinn, the capital of Soviet Estonia. Avi, a waiter in a state restaurant, decides to set up his own business which will organise weddings. His first order comes through but there is a problem. How does one get hold of a wedding cake in the Soviet Union?
Photography ALEX HANSEN Film editor PETER ROSE
Producer AGNIESZKA PIOTROWSKA
Masquerading fantasy hits Notting Hill again as Carnival 1988 takes to the streets. With its Afro-
Caribbean roots, Carnival comes to Britain for two days every year when more than a million people throng the streets to enjoy the steel bands, reggae sound systems and spectacular parades. The build-up started last weekend with competitions
The musical starring John Savage
The time: the late 60s. The place: New York. Oklahoma cowboy
Claude arrives a few days before reporting for military service in Vietnam. His encounter with a group of dancing, singing hippies leads to a change in his lifestyle as he joins the drug-taking counter-culture dedicated to a better world of peace and love.
TWYLA THARP 'S exuberant choreography is combined with classic songs such as Aquarius, I Got Life and Let the Sunshine In in this evocation of 60s optimism.
Screenplay by MICHAEL WELLER Based on the musical play by GEROM RAGNI and JAMES RADO Music by GALT MACDERMOTT Produced by LESTER PERSKY and MICHAEL BUTLER Directed by MILOS FORMAN
(First showing on British television)
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Volunteering the Unemployed This programme looks at the Government's response to unemployment in Northern Ireland and its impact on social services. Producer FRANCIS SEALEY (R)