'From ghoulies and ghosties and longleggety beasties
And things that go bump in the night,
Good Lord, deliver us!' (R) (e)
Written by Christopher and Christine Russell.
Doris is terrified and too scared even to speak to Boris on the videophone. Charn, the evil one, has returned to Pelamar...
Featuring Sean Barrett, David Collings, Simon Fenton, Marlaine Gordon, Michael Heath, Timothy Lyn, Carolyn Pickles, Nicola Stewart and the Puppet Factory. (R) (e)
Visual Effects Designer:
A look at the importance of measurements in science. (R) (e)
Girls, as well as boys, can train to be professional jockeys in France. (R) (e)
by John Tully. (R) (e)
Fly on the Wall
Making and unmaking a cardboard box.
From three dimensions into two - exactly how? (R) (e)
High up in the Caucasus mountains of Georgia are remote villages which seem untouched by the modern world. (R) (e)
Luis Espana Producer: Bruce
by Joanne and Michael Cole. (R)
Designed and directed by:
with Don Spencer. (R) (e)
Cerdd Dant and football in one of the most Welsh villages in Wales. (R) (e)
A series for 4- to 5-year-olds. (R) (e)
Parents should note that some of 'Daytime on Two' is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
This beautiful brigantine was built in 1980 to give Irish youngsters a taste of life under sail.
Producer BRIAN HAWKINS BBC Bristol (R)
Weather followed by The Time
Was This the Garden of Eden? For more than 20 years
Geoffrey Bibby and a team of Danish archaeologists excavated on the island of Bahrain. Some of their findings led to an extraordinary story, told by Magnus Magnusson.
Produced by PAUL JOHNSTON
Paul Shane continues his investigation into the changing fortunes of south coast resorts.
Producer BILL FOSTER
Under the Cave Hill Joe McWilliams was evacuated to Rostrevor during the Second World War. When he returned to Belfast, the streets seemed even more desolate compared to the beauty of the Mournes.
Anne Gregg reports on a trip to Newmarket in style - the Orient Express starts her introduction to racing. Director richard LIGHTBODY
Series producer PATRICIA HOULIHAN (H)
David Lomax tells the story of the bombing of Le Havre, in which 3,000 French civilians were killed. Producer JOHN COLEMAN
Assistant producer bill FOSTER
Tarzan is summoned to an oriental land to escort a young boy to the capital for inauguration as the new ruler. But the dying leader's twin brother has other ideas.
Screenplay by BERNE GILER and ROBERT DAY
Produced by SY WEINTRAUB Directed by ROBERT DAY
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Live from the Victoria
Rooms, Bristol, tonight's awards ceremony is the climax of Sci-Tech 89, the international film and television festival devoted to science, medicine and technology. As well as awards for the best in these three categories, there's a chance to see how television around the world has reflected the major issues in science over the last two years.
Hosted by James Burke and Dr Miriam Stoppard. Director STUART MCDONALD Producer MARTIN MORTIMORE
'Rock 'n' roll is just like cooking,' says our shy and retiring gastronaut. 'You get a group of basic ingredients for seasoning, like peppers, celery and onions, you throw in some hot spices and a few bits of meat, and you get something delicious.
Someone in Memphis did just that with music. He took a little jazz, a great dollop of blues, stirred in with gospel and sprinkled liberally with country and western, and out popped rock 'n' roll - probably the most powerful influence on our lives since the cordless shaver.' Photography CLIVE NORTH Film editor CHRIS WARING Producer DAVID PRITCHARD BBC South West
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Teddy Z may still be a babe in Hollywood, but with a little help - and despite a few hindrances - he's finding out about what makes an agent tick ...
Created by HUGH WILSON
Last of eight programmes written and narrated by Charles Wheeler. Global War
Poland suffered more than any other country in the Second World War. One in six Poles died at the hands of the Nazi occupiers, and the Jewish population was wiped out. But Poland was only the trigger for a war which in two years was to engulf the world. Using rare and remarkable film from the conflict, Global War seeks to answer some of the most perplexing puzzles of the war: why did Hitler call off the invasion of Britain and turn instead on the Soviet Union? And why did he declare war on the USA in the winter of 1941? This film ties together the separate strands of the series and tells the tragic story of how a local conflict developed into a global war. Film editor GRAHAM DEAN
Executive producer HUGH PURCELL Producer DENYS BLAKEWAY
Mark Steyn reports on the qualities - and luck - needed to produce a successful musical. Director ANTHONY LEE
with Donald MacCormick.
The live topical programme of the arts and media. Producer ROLAND KEATING
Studio directors RENA BUTTERWICK and NIGEL FINNIS
continuing the tribute to the legendary Hollywood star, appearing here as Nanny.
Why does 10-year-old Joey Fane have such an implacable hatred of Nanny, the mainstay of the household? He will neither sleep in the room she has prepared for him, nor eat the food she has cooked.
Bette Davis as the trusted English nanny maintains a sweetly smiling confidence in spite of the distinctly odd behaviour of the Fane family. But the sinister atmosphere suggests that nothing is quite as it seems ...
Screenplay by JIMMY SANGSTER based on the novel by EVELYN PIPER Produced by JIMMY SANGSTER Directed by SETH HOLT
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