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Presented by Peter Mayne. Producers Janine Thomason and Geoffrey Sumner
Every year over 4,000 Portuguese immigrants from Madeira seek employment on Jersey. They are a vital part of the island's economy. Chris Denham reports on the relationship between the people of these two islands.
Producer Gary Johnson (R)
Presented by Magnus Magnusson. Producer Peter Massey
Starring Will Hay
Benjamin Stubbins 's law practice isn't doing at all well until a rich American gangster notices that
Stubbins's office is above a bank.
Director William Beaudine
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Burning a childhood photo of their twins Alf and Bert, Stan and Ollie hope to conceal the existence of their no-good brothers from their wives.
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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
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Up for the Cup. Press photographs from 1930-34 show that enthusiasm for football was just as keen then as it is now. (Tomorrow: The Gentle Sex)
Yesterday's final round of the 119th Open Championship from the Old Course at St Andrews. Introduced by Harry Carpenter.
Animation narrated by Roy Kinnear with Sheila Walker. Producer Ivor Wood (R)
Shaping Glass. Molten glass is a bizarre material - a thin syrup, easily shaped into all sorts of weird and wonderful designs. Producer Paul Simons (R)
Weather followed by Festival
Bill Oddie travels north to the first multicultural festival in Leeds.
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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 with the beauty of the Mournes. The programme visits Joe's boyhood haunts and adult stamping ground. Producer Tony McAuley
Weather followed by The Aristocrats
The Marquis de Ganay. The chateau of Courances, home of the de
Ganay family for 100 years, is one of the most beautiful in France. The wealth tax forces the de Ganays to open their home to the public and Robert Lacey finds the family in the last hectic days before the grand opening, tying down the candlesticks and roping off the dining room.
Producer Ruth Jackson (R)
Regional News and Weather
The winners of this year's competition to find the best of British design receive their awards. Presented by Muriel Gray.
A River Reborn. The rebirth of the River Avon from Evesham to
Stratford which has been silted up for over 100 years. Producer Derek Smith
Executive producer Bridget Winter (R)
Sickened by the monstrous behaviour of her husband, leader of the infamous Hellfire Club, Lady Netherden leaves home with her small son Jason. Years later when
Jason returns to claim his title and inheritance, he finds that his villainous cousin Thomas has stolen his estate and his name.
Directors Robert S Baker and Monty Berman
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If you'd like to improve your French, then this is the series for you.
Toulouse. Dariane Lorian joins a French darts team and visits a local market to buy raspberries. Producer Frank Ash
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This special edition brings the first report from Kashmir since the Indian government banned foreign broadcasters. In the Kashmir valley, Muslims have resorted to guerrilla war in pursuit of a separate state.
Young men and women are braving death from cold and hunger to cross to the section of Kashmir held by Pakistan. East reports from both sides of the divide.
A series of eight films about Britain from 1945-51.
Making Do. If anything, in the first years of peace, life gets harder.
There is more rationing and more queueing. Snoek, whalemeat and even roast beaver enter the British diet. The black market flourishes, and so does the spiv. But people are growing tired of controls and protest is led by a militant group - the Housewives' League. Producer Peter Grimsdale
Executive producer Angela Holdsworth (R)
A series of six personal views by Jonathon Porritt.
4: Industrial Features. The former director of Friends of the Earth looks at some of the steps being taken in America for getting industry back in balance with the natural world. His conclusions are discussed by Sir Peter Parker , chairman of Rockware Glass,
Bryan Gould , Labour environment spokesman, and Peter Morgan , director general of the Institute of Directors. Producer Bryn Brooks
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Dave Spector reports from Tokyo on the range of dating shows on Japanese television. James talks to the founder of the World Couch
Potato Movement by satellite, and is joined in the studio by comedienne Victoria Wood. Director Dominic Brigstocke Producer Beatrice Ballard (R)
Her car towed away, Ruby Wax gets a ride with an eccentric friend. Director Paul Sommers
An Aspect Film and Television and Raw Produce production for BBCtv (R)
Joe Brown descends through a hole in the roof of a limestone sea cavern in Scotland to catch trout in a pool 70 feet below. Producer Michael Begg
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Presented by Francine Stock. Editor Tim Gardam
Six Artists on Drawing
'To turn the world on its head' is one of the main functions of art according to Mike Wilks whose work reveals an obsessively inventive mind governed by cool, unrelenting logic. Producer Dick Foster
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Personal reflections on the best of 20th-century architecture in Britain. Writer Gillian Darley examines the award-winning David Mellor Cutlery Factory in the Peak District. Director Terry Braun
Producer Clare Paterson (R)