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: The Waterloo

Greenall Whitley Crown Green Bowling Handicap This is the 81st year of the number one competition in the crown green bowling calendar and 2,048 top crown bowlers started on the long path to the final two months ago.
Today the last 16 men left are playing, and this morning four live matches are featured from this famous green.
Total prize money of E20,000 is being shared this year, the winner receiving £2,500. Introduced by Eddie Hemmings.
Commentator: Harry Rigby. Producer KEITH Phillips


Introduced By: Eddie Hemmings.
Commentator: Harry Rigby.
Producer: Keith Phillips

: Songs of Praise


: Chock-a-Block

A See-Saw programme with Carol Leader.
Chock-a-Block is chock-a-block with pictures of words that rhyme. See what words ring Chock-a-Block's rhyme chime today. (R)


Presenter: Carol Leader
Director: Nick Wilson

: The Waterloo

Greenall Whitley Crown Green Bowling Handicap The first semi-final of the ladies' competition was played yesterday and still in the tournament is the reigning champion, Barbara Rawcliffe, and the 1987 winner, Pat Da vies. One of the most fancied of lady crown bowlers, Karen Galvin has been eliminated.
The men's competition continues this afternoon.
Four matches are featured and at the end of the day, the final 16 players will be on the card. including at
2.00pm and 3.00pm News and Weather
3.50 pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather


Unknown: Greenall Whitley

: Hell and High Water

starring and Professor Montel, an atomic scientist, vanishes while en route from Paris to Vienna.
His disappearance is curiously linked with alarming Communist activities in the Arctic circle and the arrival of Adam Jones , late of the US Navy, at a mysterious meeting in Tokyo....
Screenplay by JESSE L. LASKY JR and SAMUEL FULLER based on a story by DAVID HEMPSTEAD
Produced by RAYMOND A. KLUNE Directed by SAMUEL FULLER
0 FILMS: page 16


Unknown: Adam Jones
Unknown: Jesse L. Lasky Jr
Unknown: Samuel Fuller
Story By: David Hempstead
Produced By: Raymond A. Klune
Directed By: Samuel Fuller
Adam Jones: Richard Widmark
Denise: Bella Darvi
Professor Montel: Victor Francen
'Ski' Brodski: Cameron Mitchell
Chief Holter: Gene Evans
Dugboat Walter: David Wayne
Newman: Stephen Bekassy
Fujimeri: Richard Loo
Happy Mosk: Peter Scott
Chin Lee: Wong Artarne
Quartermaster: Harry Carter
Welles: Robert Adler
Carpino: Don Orlando
JotO: Rollin Mortyama
Torpedo: John Gifford
Ho-Sin: William Yip
Crew member: Tommy Walker

: DEFII Music from Warsaw

The first of three programmes showcasing the rjest rocK Danas from different European countries. In Music from Warsaw, Polish groups Aurora, and Armia join
Russia's Brygada S on stage at Poland's top rock venue, the Hybrydy Club in Warsaw. The bands give a first-hand insight into Eastern Bloc rock.
A CRIW BYW production for S4C
7.10nm Gimme 8
Have you ever wondered what young people in other countries enjoy watching on TV? Italian TV star and cult hero, Jovanotti guides you through eight of the best, starting with a fantasy adventure series from Brazil called Double Trouble
Unlimited - an all-action romance about two guys in love with the same girl. Art director MARK LE BON Producer VERONIKA HYKS
0 FEATURE: page 72


Producers: Walter Chelstowski
Unknown: Andrew Coggins.
Unknown: Geraint Jarman
Director: Andy Brice
Director: Mark Le Bon
Producer: Veronika Hyks

: Cody

In the second of two programmes, David Lomax continues the story of aviation pioneer, Samuel Franklin Cody who fought prejudice and government indifference to develop his aircraft. Producer JOHN COLEMAN


Unknown: David Lomax
Unknown: Samuel Franklin Cody
Producer: John Coleman

: Out of the Doll's House

Last of eight films examining the way women's lives have changed in the 20th century. Breaking Free
Feminism did not die once the vote was won. Militant, moderate and machiavellian women recall their campaigns throughout the century to persuade women to break out of the doll's house where they were kept legally and socially dependent on men.
Producer DEBORAH PERKIN Series producer
0 BOOK: £6.95 from booksellers.


Producer: Deborah Perkin
Unknown: Angela Holdsworth

: Dead Lucky

Adapted for Screen Two by Barbara Rennie from the novel
Lake of Darkness by Ruth Rendell. With and What could be luckier than a pools win? But Martin's good fortune brings deadly results.
Lighting cameraman REMI ADEFARASIN
Film editor ROBIN SALES
0 FILMS: page 16


Unknown: Barbara Rennie
Unknown: Ruth Rendell.
Unknown: Remi Adefarasin
Editor: Robin Sales
Unknown: Desgner Humphrey Jaeger
Director: Barbara Rennie
Producer: Ann Scott
Martin Urban: Nicholas Farrell
Finn: Philip Davis
Francesca: Harriet Bagnall
Tim Sage: William Gaminara
Boy: Carl Pizzie
Landlord: Chris Sanders
Lena Finn: Ann Way
Norman: Peter Waddington
Adrian: Robert Daws
Mrs Urban: Thelma Whiteley
Mrs Gogarty: Paula Jacobs
Ann Blake: Jacqui Docker
Walter: Donald Douglas
Mr Cochrane: Robert Austin
Caroline: Ann-Marie Gwatkin
Mrs Bhavnani: Charu Bala Chokshi
Lindsay: Alexandra Eagle
Woman at Graston Road: Honora Burke
Goldie: Doreen Taylor

: Newsnight

with Donald MacCormick and Peter Snow.


Unknown: Donald MacCormick
Unknown: Peter Snow.

: The Late Show

The topical arts and media programme returns with reports on people, issues and performances.
This week's presenters are Sarah Dunant , Tracey MacLeod , and Michael Ignatieff.
Executive producer KEVIN LOADER Editor MICHAEL JACKSON


Unknown: Sarah Dunant
Unknown: Tracey MacLeod
Unknown: Michael Ignatieff.
Producer: Janey Walker
Editor: Michael Jackson

: Weatherview

: Open University

Rural Life: Image and Reality Victorian landowners created ideal villages on their estates. Why did they do this? How did they compare with non-estate villages?


Producer: Nick Levinson

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