Science: Volcanic Iceland
Director JONATHAN BULLEN (R)
Stan and Ollie, a pair of gypsy scoundrels, become the guardians of the kidnapped laughter of Count Arnheim in this comic operetta.
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Gypsy Queen's daughter:
Stan and Ollie fight for a lady's honour.
Directed by JAMES w. HORNE
1: Cirencester, Gloucestershire Producer JANE COLES (R)
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Producer BRIAN HAWKINS (R)
Weather followed by Weekend Outlook
Introduced by Julian Wilson. 1989 Seagram Grand National Meeting
2.35 Martell Hurdle (H'cap, 2½m)
3.10 Glenlivet Anniversary Hurdle (2m)
3.45 Seagram Fox Hunters' Steeplechase (2m, 6f)
Border Burg, for Britain, and Howyanow, for Ireland, compete for the title of champion hunter in the amateur riders' Grand National.
4.20 Perrier Jouet Novices' Steeplechase (2m)
O'SULLEVAN, RICHARD PITMAN and JOHN HANMER including at
3.00pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
British Youth Darts Championship
Of the 16 who started, just four now remain. Today's programme provides coverage of both semi-finals and the final as the tournament reaches it's climax on the World
Championship stage, at the Lakeside Country Club. At stake - the honour of being called British Youth Champion!
Introduced by Tony Gubba. Commentators
SID WADDELL. TONY GREEN Television presentation KEITH MACKENZIE Producers
KEITH PHILLIPS. RON GUBBA BBC North West
(Shown yesterday at 8. 00pm on BBC
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Continuing a season of films with the American comedian also starring Dean Martin Donna Reed.
Jerry plays Harvey, who could be a great golfer except that he gets nervous when he appears in public. So he coaches his pal Joe, while standing in as his caddy, with spectacular results ...
Screenplay by EDMUND HARTMANN and DANNY ARNOLD
Produced by PAUL JONES
Directed by NORMAN TAUROG
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[Starring] Phil Silvers as Sgt Bilko
Needing money for leave in New York sets little wheels clicking in Bilko's fertile mind. (R)
First of a two-part documentary to celebrate Elstree's 75th anniversary.
Presented by David Puttnam. Best known today as the home of EastEnders, Elstree once boasted six film studios, which made it the biggest production centre outside
Hollywood. It was here that Alfred Hitchcock ,
Charles Laughton , Audrey Hepburn and many others launched their careers; where the first British sound picture was recorded; where The Private Life of Henry VIII made cinema history; and where hundreds of popular films have since come to life, among them The Dam
Busters, Moby Dick , 2001 and Star Wars. And it all began, 75 years ago, on the site of Albert Square....
Film editor PETER BARBER Producer CHRIS MOHR
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from Barnsdale and the NEC with Geoff Hamilton , Anne Swithinbank and Pippa Greenwood. This year, gardeners in Britain will spend a staggering El,500 million on their gardens and there has been a threefold increase in the figure this decade.
Every autumn, the National Exhibition Centre hosts an enormous display of gardening and leisure products where wholesalers and retailers can order stock for the next season. Geoff Hamilton and Anne Swithinbank went last
October to sort through the wealth of exhibits and find the latest products and ideas that will be finding their way into the garden centres now. Plus advice on disease control in the garden from Pippa Greenwood. Production assistants
CHRISTINE HARDMAN. JAYNE SAVAGE Producer MARK KERSHAW BBC Pebble Mill
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'Mummy, where do babies come from?' 'Dad, can I borrow the car?' and 'Readers, why does Radio Times ask so many rhetorical questions?'
Rory Bremner investigates with John Bird, Steve Nallon (aka Margaret Thatcher),
Enn Reitel, and Steve Brown (at the piano).
Written by RORY BREMNER, GEOFFREY ATKINSON, DAVID BADDIEL, MIKE BARFIELD, PATRICK MARBER, GED PARSONS
Script editors KIM FULLER, JOHN LANGDON
Sound supervisor MIKE MCCARTHY
Lighting GRAHAM RIMMINGTON
Designer HARRY BANKS
Produced and directed by MARCUS MORTIMER
Ever since its noisy birth out of the primitive fuzzboxes of the 1960s, heavy metal music has been maligned and misunderstood by public and critics alike. But, to its millions of fans worldwide, heavy metal is the only form of popular music with any integrity, the true keeper of the eternal flame of rock 'n' roll. This is an exploration of the music in all its aspects, from its origins in the blues to the Black Country and beyond, with the aid of a truly unbeatable line-up including Jimmy Page , Ozzy Osbourne , Led Zeppelin,
Black Sabbath , Motorhead,
Guns 'n' Roses, Iron Maiden, Deep Purple, Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer,
Jimi Hendrix , Kiss, David Lee Roth and Napalm Death.
Plus an oblique look at heavy metal's event of the year;
Castle Donington, where the fans gather as devotedly as pilgrims to Canterbury. Film editor RAY FRAWLEY Series editors
ANTHONY WALL. NIGEL FINCH Director HELEN GALLACHER
with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with international reports by DAVID SELLS.
CHARLES WHEELER , GAVIN ESLER and JULIAN O'HALLORAN.
Max Cady is out! After sight years in prison all he wants is revenge on Sam Bowden , the small-town lawyer who got him convicted. Revenge at any cost, the more violent the better.
And for Sam Bowden , his wife and young daughter, the worst of terrors is just beginning.
Screenplay by JAMES R. WEBB from the novel The Executioners by JOHN D MCDONALD
Produced by SY BARTLETT
Directed by J. LEE THOMPSON
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