by Josephine Poole and John King.
1: Toran is born on Dartmoor during a storm. For the first days of his life he is neither dry nor warm. Then, with the late spring sunshine, Toran's life begins to improve. Producer JOHN KING (R) (Part 2 tomorrow)
A seemingly vague professor, earring out research in Germany, is in reality rescuing potential victims of the Nazis. A latter-day version of the Scarlet Pimpernel.
Screenplay by ANATOLE DE GRUNWALD ROLAND PERTWEE and IAN DALRYMPLE
Produced and directd by LESLIE HOWARD
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General Von Graum:
Red Cloud, General Ouster, Butch Cassidy
... and John Wayne
The American West - nowhere else in the world has been so re-created in fiction. But to producer Tim Slessor , who once lived there, the reality is much more dramatic than the myth. Producer TIM SLESSOR
Series editor ANTHONY ISAACS
Pinny and the Paper Glider Directed and animated by OUVER POSTGATE (R)
A See-Saw programme with Brian Cant. (R)
Panasonic European Open from Walton Heath Golf Club, Surrey.
The Ryder Cup is just two weeks away and most of the European team, including European Open champion
Ian Woosnam , are on view as the top players chase a first prize of £50,000. Introduced by Harry Carpenter. Commentators:
Peter Allis , Bruce Critchley Alex Hay , Clive Clark Mike Hughesdon
Producer ALASTAIR scott Executive producer JOHN SHREWSBURY including at
2.00pm and 3.00pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Barry Norman returns to cast a critical eye over the new releases, including
Sex, Lies and Videotape and The Fly II, complete with special effects.
Starring Pat O'Brien as George Steele, Claire Trevor as Terry, Herbert Marshall as Traybin.
An expert at detecting forged masterpieces attracts the attention of swindlers.
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A series of 12 films.
Presented by Peter Thoday with Harry Dodson. 7: July
The soft fruit is ready for picking
Music by PAUL READE
Film editor CHRIS ORRELL Producer KEITH SHEATHER BBC Bristol (R)
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Also known as the Laughing Jackass, this bird's call is evocative of the Australian bush. The Aboriginal people say that its hysterical laughter at dawn is a signal for the sky people to create light.
Roger Whittaker 's witty portrait reveals behaviour as surprising and fascinating as any to be found among
Australia's unique wildlife. Produced and directed by ROGER WHITTAKER
Presented for BBCtv by GEORGE INGER BBC Bristol (R)
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The series where members of the public can make programmes under their own editorial control.
Namibia - Nuclear Reactions Namibia, a country in south-west Africa with a population the size of Merseyside's, has variously been described as the most heavily militarised zone in the world and as having the worst poverty in Africa.
What has it got to do with us here in Britain?
Why did Liverpool port workers blockade cargos of processed uranium bound for America?
How are British nuclear and mining companies involved? Why were 300 Namibians killed by South African forces in the first week of the UN-supervised 'peace' plan?
This programme was made in co-operation with the Namibia Support Committee. An OPEN EYE production for the Community Programme Unit
From the creators of the hit movies
Airplane and Naked Gun. Starring
A Substantial Gift
Two men lie dead in the office of Acme Finance Credit
Union. Receptionist Sally Decker claims that one of them, Twice, a family man, tried a hold-up but the story is fishy, very fishy, especially as Frank Drebin discovers she owes money to her orthodontist and used to hang around with the bad guys at the all-night wicker store.
Written and directed by JIM ABRAHAMS, DAVID ZUCKER and JERRY ZUCKER
Detective Frank Drebin:
Capt Ed Hocken:
The Thais have always known how to defeat foreign imperialists: by the craft of diplomacy. Even the Japanese occupying forces during the Second World War could not persuade them to change their ways.
Jack Pizzey travels into the heart of Thailand, into the zone of the opium warlords, down lazy rivers through placid villages to Bangkok. Famed as the sex capital of the world, with drug pushers offering their wares on the streets, the Thai capital seems to have fallen to a modern form of economic colonialism - tourism. Written by JACK PIZZEY
Produced and directed by ARCH NICHOLSON
A PHILLIP EMANUEL production
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Fiona the Model
Considered by many the most beautiful woman of her generation, Fiona Thyssen recalls her days as a successful model.
Producer CHRISTINE WHITTAKER
with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick. Reporters:
Paul Burden , Nick Clarke
David Coss , Olenka Frenkiel Margaret Gilmore ,
Wesley Kerr , Peter Marshall , Julian O'Halloran , Rupert Segar David Sells , Sarah Spiller Francine Stock.
Janet Trewin , Charles Wheeler. Directors
JOHN WILKINSON and KATHY GEE Deputy editor KEITH BOWERS Editor JOHN MORRISON
After Britain's exhilarating victory in the European Cup at Gateshead, the team goes to Barcelona for the World
Cup hoping to reproduce this best ever performance.
A preview of the World Cup plus the key moments of the Gateshead triumph and highlights of the season.
Commentators: David Coleman Ron Pickering , Stuart Storey. Editor JOHN ROWLINSON
(Coverage of the World Cup starts tomorrow at 5.50pm)
A BBC/OPEN UNIVERSITY production
Fit for the Job
Producer COLIN ROBINSON (R)