2: Toran lives with the other colts on the fringe of the herd. Although small, he constantly challenges the new lead stallion's supremacy.
Producer JOHN KING (R)
starring and In 1905, American schoolgirls were demure, sedate, and obedient. But not Dinah Sheldon ! She scandalises the town with her single-minded pursuit of art, female emancipation ... and the boy next door.
Screenplay by LIONEL HOUSER
Original story by LESSER SAMUELS and CHRISTOPHER ISHERWOOD
Produced by RICHARD H. BERGER Directed by RICHARD WALLACE
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The Last Squire of Erddig
Until 1973, seven Yorkes had been squires of Erddig. Each had added to a unique collection of treasures at Erddig, near Wrexham in north Wales. Philip Yorke lived there alone, struggling to prevent the house from collapsing. Had it collapsed, a legend would have vanished with it. In this film he describes the legend and tells how his lifelong dream was to be fulfilled. Executive producer JENNIFER JEREMY
Director DAVID HEYCOCK (R)
The misty blue mountains of the Hindu Kush in north Pakistan are home to the Kalash tribe who have lived here for hundreds, perhaps thousands, of years.
Producer RICHARD ROBINSON Series editor ANTHONY ISAACS
A See Saw programme. (R)
Designed and directed by:
Panasonic European Open from Walton Heath Golf Club, Surrey.
Coverage of the second round of the tournament in which Ian Woosnam defends the title he won by three strokes from Nick Faldo last year. Introduced by Harry Carpenter
Commentators: Peter Alliss , 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
Live from Barcelona. Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
The first of three days' coverage of this prestigious event, for which Britain's men's team have qualified in their own right for the first time. In the Montjuish
Stadium, scene of the 1992 Olympics, they face current World Cup holders, the USA, as well as teams from the Soviet Union, Europe, Africa, Asia, Oceania, the Americas and the host nation Spain. Today's highlights include
Linford Christie in the 100m, Tom McKean in the 800m and Kris Akabusi in the 400m hurdles.
David Coleman , Ron Pickering , Stuart Storey and Brendan Foster.
Producer MARTIN WEBSTER Editor JOHN ROWLINSON
Television presentation TVE, Spain
For many of us the idea of becoming famous is extremely attractive. After all, fame usually brings wealth and often power, too. In the second of three programmes, Nigel Farrell meets the octogenarian who believes it's never too late to make it big in showbiz; the frustrated inventors whose brilliant ideas should have made them household names; and the villagers who find an unusual fame in the cricketing almanacs by taking to the hallowed turf of Lord's.
A TADPOLE LANE production for BBC South and East - Elstree (Regional programme - for variations see below) 0 SEE HEAR: page 91
Six documentaries by black film-makers.
Breaking the Mould Carol Straker is a professional dancer who is on the way up. But becoming accepted by the conservative world of British dance has not been easy.
This film follows the making of the first production from Carol's own multi-cultural dance company. It also explores the attitudes of the establishment in Britain towards black dancers, compared to the very different situation in the United States.
With contributors from
Sadler's Wells Ballet, the Royal Ballet and the Dance
Theatre of Harlem, Breaking the Mould provides an inside view of the world of contemporary dance and assesses how young black dancers might change it in the future.
Director TIM LEANDRO
Series producer TERRENCE FRANCIS An EBONY production BBC Pebble Mill
from Barnsdale and London with Geoff Hamilton.
Adam and James Caplin are instant gardeners who can transform a garden overnight.
With a wave of their magic spade they take on two very ordinary suburban gardens in London and give their owners plenty to think about. Production assistants THERESA WATTS and JAYNE SAVAGE
Producer CYRIL GATES BBC Pebble Mill
Plant list on Ceefax page 261
0 BOOK: 'The Gardeners' World Handbook ' is available, from bookshops and BBC Enterprises.
0 VIDEO: 'Organic Gardening - an Introduction' available from retailers 0 GARDENING: page 104
A powerful, three-part
Australian drama about crime and its consequences. Starring
2: Melbourne's underworld is rife with rumours of a spectacular crime to be committed, and bitter rivalries surface. Power swears his gang to secrecy and, after meticulous preparation, seven men set about creating criminal history.
Written by PHILLIP CORNFORD Directed by MARCUS COLE (Part 3 next Friday)
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with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick.
Further coverage of the day's events in Barcelona.
The Jack Benny Show
Starring Jack Benny with guest star
Jack Writes a Song
Jack comes across a song he wrote years ago and decides that all it needs is a Dimitri Tiomkin arrangement. After all his song is much better than High Noon.
Directed and produced by FREDERICK DE CORDOVA
Jackie Gleason in The Honeymooners
Starring Jackie Gleason as Ralph Art Carney as Ed
Audrey Meadows as Alice and Joyce Randolph as Trixie.
A Man's 's Pride
Ralph refuses to be upstaged by an old friend who's made good, and 'promotes' himself from driver to head of the bus company!
Written by LEONARD STERN and SYDNEY ZELINKA
Directed by FRANK SATENSTEIN