Starring Michael Rennie. Collectors Item
Directed by JULIAN AMYES (R)
Starring Buster Crabbe. 10: Broken Barriers
Starring Buster Crabbe. 10: The Death Mist
Song and dance man 'Bake'
Baker joins the navy when his girlfriend Sherry leaves him, but their romance is rekindled when the fleet docks.
Music by IRVING BERUN
Directed by MARK SANDRICH
('Top Hat', tomorrow at 9.35am)
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Narrated by John King.
From the makers of Rush, the Fallow Deer. (R)
('Shaky the Red Fox', tomorrow at 11.10am)
Twenty Years On
David and Sonia had to get married. With David continually changing jobs, could there ever be a nice future?
The Great Painting Job
Animation director DEREK MOGFORD Designed and produced by IVOR WOOD (R)
Producer BRYAN MCNERNEY (R)
Weather followed by Country File
Con McCann and his traditional sailing boat. Producer BRUCE BATTEN BBC Northern Ireland (R)
Weather followed by 'Madness' in the Air
Display pilot Simon Meade. Producer HELEN EISLER
(First shoum in BBC South West)
Last in a series featuring the Chilingirian String Quartet: Levon Chilingirian (violin) Mark Butler (violin)
Louise Williams (viola) and Philip De Groote (cello).
Anagram: kerb poem. Clue: Welsh town.
Answer: see today's programme!
Join contestants from all over
Britain as they pit their wits and verbal skills against
Bryan the computer, while host Paul Coia tries to ensure fair play.
5: Scales, Synthesisers and Samplers
Harpsichords, spinets, clavichords, pianos and synthesisers. They are all keyboards, but how are they related scientifically? In the fifth and final Royal Institution Christmas Lecture, Professor Charles Taylor traces the development of the modern keyboard and the contribution of computers to today's music. The lecture includes a demonstration at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop of how the signature tune was composed from a series of 'real sounds' using modern digital technology.
Starring David McCallum
' Pin Money '
An elderly lady bank book-keeper with a penchant for poker and unauthorised
'withdrawals' faces a jail term, and Dan Westin elects to help her. He comes up with a desperate plan to return the funds before the loss is uncovered.
Written by James D. Parriott Directed by Alan Levi (R)
Dr Daniel Westin:
On stage at the Paramount
Concert Hall in Seattle, the Fine Young Cannibals drive their audience crazy with hit songs such as Good Thing and I'm Not the Man I Used to Be, which last year made them the hottest act on both sides of the Atlantic.
Producer SALLY NORRELL Director PETER CARE Propaganda Films
The home of Double Dutch is Brooklyn, New York, where the girls rap, clap and even recite poems - all while skipping double ropes. Speed is everything when the Dynamic Forces skipping team slugs it out in a national contest to hit the maximum steps per minute.
A Capa/Canal + production
The Man in the Iron Mask
Henry Lincoln investigates the story and separates historical fact from myth. Producer JONATHAN DENT Series editor ROY DAVIES BBC Elstree (R)
Mr and Mrs Who
Winchester is sure he had a great time in Tokyo, if he could only remember. (R)
By Nick Perry.
Billy Jarvis is preparing to lead his gang of hooligans to the 1982 World Cup in Spain when Argentina invades the Falkland Islands. This transforms a routine expedition into an unofficial task force. But behind the nationalist fervour lies a professional tragedy which drives Billy to plan his own personal revenge. This powerful and disturbing film is a prelude to a new series of ScreenPlay Firsts which features film-makers new to television.
Associate producer MARGARET ALLISON
Editor PAR'VAIS AWAN
Lighting camera ANDREW COLLINS Produced by JAKE LLOYD
Directed by CHARLES MCDOUGALL
A production by the National Film and Television School
('The Unkindest Cut'. tomorrow at
A tale of the supernatural by Robert Louis Stevenson.
Series producer COLIN ROSE Director DEREK DODD BBC Bristol
With Jeremy Paxman.
The Def Leppard Story: Rock of Ages
Revealing interviews, rare concert footage and new songs. Produced and directed by JOHN WILFORD
A Grierson production for BBCtv
On the track of an illegal abortionist, Det Jim McLeod oversteps the mark and nearly kills the man.
Directed by WILLIAM WYLER
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