Presented by Brian Curtois. Producers Janine Thomason and Geoffrey Sumner
The story of Peter Scupham and John Mole who run the Mandeville Press, a small publishing house in the heart of the English countryside. Director Richard Kurti
Producer James Roberts
A Shooting Stars Movie Factory production (R)
Presented by Magnus Magnusson. Producer Peter Massey
Starring Will Hay
In this hilarious comedy of errors, William Davis is mistaken for economics expert Professor Davys. When the real professor is captured by Nazi spies, the teacher embarks upon a frantic rescue attempt.
Directors Will Hay and Basil Dearden
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Starring George Formby, Kay Walsh
When the County Echo launches a keep-fit campaign, George Green finds himself in the middle of a competition more suited to plumper mortals.
Films: pages 18-22
The Winding Banks of the Erne
A visit to the shores of Lough Erne in the company of folklorist and storyteller Paddy Tunney.
5 Producer Tony McAuley (R)
a The Musical Mariner. In the first of two films, David Fanshawe records
| the indiginous music of tribesmen § in the islands of Nuigini and Tahiti.
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Animation narrated by Roy Kinnear with Sheila Walker. Producer Ivor Wood (R)
A film about insect-eating birds hunting for prey in autumn and winter. An RSPB film
Weather followed by Festival
Bill Oddie goes to Glastonbury.
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Moving House. A film about a craftsman who moves and restores timber-framed houses. Producer John C Miller
Executive producer Jennifer Jeremy (R)
Weather followed by Under Sail
Sea Cloud. Tom Salmon narrates the story of this square rigger, originally built in the 1930s as an extravagant wedding present.
Producers Brian Hawkins and Robin Drake (R)
The magazine programme that challenges able-bodied perceptions of disability. With subtitles and sign language interpretation. Presented by Isobel Ward, Simon Barnes and Chris Davies.
Producer Christopher Hutchins
Regional News and Weather
A film about the thriving wildlife community in an English lake. An RSPB film
Highlights from Silverstone.
George C Scott Ali McGraw
Sixteen years after the disappearance of his only son,
Burton Allen , a widowed American businessman, travels to China in an attempt to clarify the boy's fate.
Director Robert Day
* FILMS: pages 18-22
Vous parlez français comment? If your French is rusty O-level and you'd like to improve it, this series is for you. Orteans/Paris.
Dariane Lorian visits Orleans, the town of Jeanne d'Arc. In Paris she does a bit of clothes shopping, finds out about train times and buys a ticket.
Producer Frank Ash ,
£3.50, and cassette, X4.99, from booksellers.
The magazine programme on Asian affairs presented by Krishnan Guru-Murthy and Shyama Perera. With the increasing threat of civil war in Sri Lanka, East talks exclusively to President Premadasa as he battles to control the Tamil separatists.
A series of films about Britain from 1945-51.
Goodbye to All That
For details see panel below. (R)
A series of six personal views by Jonathon Porritt , former director of Friends of the Earth.
3: A Greener Living. 'Prevailing wisdom has it that quality of life is a by-product of a permanently expanding economy.' Porritt looks at the problems affecting education, health care and the inner cities and examines some developing strategies for improving our quality of life. He then talks to Paddy Ashdown , leader of the Liberal Democrats, Baroness Tessa Blackstone, Master of Birkbeck College, and Dr John Rae , writer and former head teacher in the independent sector.
Producers Paul Kriwaczek and David Williams
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Some more highlights from Clive James's last series, including tonight American public access television at its craziest. (R)
Comedienne Ruby Wax careers from a belligerent taxi driver in London to a peasant wedding in Cyprus, via Britain's answer to
Gloria Swanson and a nudist camp. Director Paul Sommers
An Aspect Film and Television and Raw Produce production for BBCtv (R)
Mountaineer Joe Brown goes to a remote loch in the Western
Highlands of Scotland where, 70 years ago, Murdo MacDonald introduced a colony of trout. Producer Michael Begg
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Presented by Jeremy Paxman. Editor Tim Gardam
Six Artists on Drawing Sir Hugh Casson 's direct, no-nonsense approach to drawing challenges the mystique that has gathered, wrongly in his opinion, around the job of the artist. Producer Dick Foster
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Holland House. Peter Palumbo , the Chairman of the Arts Council, enthuses about Holland House, an office block built in the City of London by the Dutch architect Beriage. Producer Clare Paterson (R)