Yesterday's proceedings in Parliament.
John Wayne Sigrid Gurie
Eminent Viennese surgeon and anti-Nazi refugee,
Dr Karl Braun is invited to serve the remote dust bowl community of Asheville Forks, where there is no doctor. He is accompanied by his beautiful daughter Leni, still mourning the handsome young German officer who rescued them.
Producer Sol C Siegel
Director Bernard Vorhaus
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Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship. Day 15: Semi-finals.
The morning's play from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, where the second semi-final involving the survivors from the bottom half of the draw goes into its third session with one left to play. Names to watch for could include Stephen Hendry ,
John Parrott , Cliff Thorbum and Mike Hallett. Seven frames are played, with the match finishing tonight. The first semi-final will be concluded this afternoon.
Introduced by David Icke.
When Hogwyn Hare takes the cake, he ends up getting more than he bargained for! Writer/Producer Graham Lee Executive producer
Trevor's flat tyre causes more than delays to Pontypandy's bus service, even though Sam steps in to help. (R)
Snooker Championship. David Icke brings further coverage of the semi-finals from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
Weather followed by Weekend Outlook
A preview of daytime programmes from the OU.
Snooker Championship. Day 15: Semi-finals.
By the end of the afternoon the name of the first of the two men who will contest the 1990 Championship over 35 frames, to be played over the weekend, will be known. The first semi-final, covering the top half of the draw, plays its remaining nine frames, if the match goes to its full length. At approximately
Snookerbreak David Vine with a reminder of how the Shot of the Championship competition was decided. Introduced by David Icke.
Commentators: Ted Lowe Jack Kamehm Clive Everton and Ray Edmonds.
Summarisers: John Spencer John Virgo and Eddie Charlton.
The Turin Motor Show;
Fiat's new mid-sized saloon, the Tempra; the Chevrolet Corvette; and a classic
British sporting event - the Land's End Trial.
The National Council for
Conservation of Plants and Gardens has collections of plans throughout the country. The custodians vary from large horticultural centres to private amateur gardens. Gardeners' World looks at the value of keeping this collection.
Also, the second part of the series on attracting wildlife to a garden pond.
Presenters: Geoff Hamilton , Nigel Colbom and Anne Swithinbank.
Series producer Mark Kershaw Editor Dennis Adams BBC Pebble Mill
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A critical and sometimes whimsical look back over the week's main news and views as they appeared in the national newspapers. Freelance journalist
Donald Woods , whose South African experiences were dramatised in Cry Freedom, presents the programme for the first time since 1980. Producer Brian Armstrong Director Eric Harrison
A series of programmes exploring local history in the south and east.
8: An Echo of Applause
Colin Sorensen , keeper of the Modern Department, Museum of London, says:
'I've always been fascinated by the history of entertainment, because what people did with their free time tells you so much about them. Many of the places where Londoners used to gather to enjoy themselves have all but disappeared, but if you know where to look there are still hints.'
Series producer Denis Moriarty Producer Chris Mohr
BBC South and East Elstree
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Medical Care in Prison - a Cure for the Chaos? The recent riot at
Strangeways Prison highlighted overcrowding in Britain's jails. Tonight,
Public Eye examines the medical care available for those falling ill in prison. Doctors in the prison medical service claim it is failing to provide basic care. They fear for those at risk from suicide who, they claim, are left unsupervised for long periods in squalid hospital cells.
Presenters: Peter Taylor and Martin Bashir.
Producer Dippy Chaudhary Editor Nigel Chapman
Will United make it to the big time? With only three weeks of the soccer season left, Sheffield United are in with a real chance of promotion. The drama unfolds in the dressing room, boardroom and the terraces.
This week: the fans, lifelong supporters and the lads on the terraces.
Winnie Royston , 75, says: 'It's the excitement. It releases a lot of tension. How many places can you go and shout and let yourself go?'
Series producer Paul Pierrot Producer Bernard Hall BBC Bristol
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One man, over 60 characters, a smile, a song, and an awful lot of poll tax. Writers Rory Bremner , John Langdon. Geoff Atkinson Kim Fuller and John Bird Designer Roger Harris
Producer/Director Kevin Bishop
Snooker Championship from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
Day 15: Semi-finals.
A possible nine frames are to be played this evening to decide the man to emerge as would-be world title holder from the bottom half of the draw. His opponent, from the top half, was decided this afternoon. Losing semi-finalists receive F36,000, the losing finalist E72,000 and the winner £120,000.
David Vine has his eye on how the kitty is being shared out.
With Donald MacCormick.
Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship.
The tournament is now at the stage where the last two survivors out of 159 players who set out as far back as January bring this epic battle to a close. David Vine looks back on the two semi-finals which were played out to a finish today. and at the men who will be contesting the title over the next two days, covering 35 frames, with the ultimate prize in world snooker for the victor.
Erroll Garner who died in 1977. was one of the most popular jazz musicians of the 50s and 60s.
Tonight's session, recorded in 1964, has a number of Garner favourites, including his famous Misty which was used for the film Play Misty For Me starring Clint Eastwood.
Presented by Slim Gaillard. Original material produced by Terry Henebery
Series producer Sharon Ali (R)