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: Open University

DNA: the Spice of Life

: Mastermind 1986

The fourth semi-final, presented by Magnus Magnusson. (First shown on BBC

Contributors

Presented By: Magnus Magnusson.

: Pop Always Pays

Starring
Leon Errol
Pop has a problem. He's promised to pay his daughter's fiance$1,000 if he can also save the same amount. Now the day of reckoning is drawing near and Pop has to resort to desperate means to get his hands on some cash.
Director Leslie Goodwins
0 FILMS: pages 12-16

Contributors

Unknown: Leon Errol
Director: Leslie Goodwins
Henry Brewster (Pop): Leon Errol
Jeff Thompson: Dennis O'Keefe
Edna Brewster: Adele Pearce
Tommy Lane: Walter Catlett
Mrs Brewster: Marjorie Gateson
Murphy: Tom Kennedy
Mr Oberton: Robert Middlemass
Mary: Effie Anderson
Hayes: Erskine Sanford

: Boom Town

Starring
Clark Gable
Spencer Tracy
A rip-roaring tale of two dynamic Texan oilmen, both determined to succeed and both in love with the same beautiful woman.
Director Jack Conway
● FILMS: pages 12-16

Contributors

Unknown: Clark Gable
Unknown: Spencer Tracy
Director: Jack Conway
John McMasters: Clark Gable
John Sand: Spencer Tracy
Betsy Bartlett: Claudette Colbert
Karen Vanmeer: Hedy Lamarr
Luther Aldrich: Frank Morgan
Harry Compton: Lionel Atwill
Harmony Jones: Chill Wills
Spanish Eva: Minna Gombell
Ed Murphy: Joe Yule
Tom Murphy: Horace Murphy

: Town Portraits

Richmond, North Yorkshire
Georgian streets, a Gothic tower and a web of narrow streets around the castle help to give Richmond the feeling of a French town. Presented by John Grundy. Director Paul Paxton
Producer Roger Burgess

Contributors

Presented By: John Grundy.
Director: Paul Paxton
Producer: Roger Burgess

: World Equestrian Games

Highlights of yesterday's show-jumping competition from Stockholm.

: Greenclaws

Iris and Green Claws are spring cleaning but when Iris tells Claws the story of his cousin Crawly Claws, the great insect-vet and collector, they decide not to sweep away any spiders' cobwebs. Producer Christine Hewitt (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Green Claws
Producer: Christine Hewitt

: Glass

Exploring the world of glass.
Colour. Multicoloured glass objects have been made since ancient
Egyptian times. But the making and painting of flat glass 700 years ago led to the construction of spectacular coloured-glass windows, which are now enjoying a revival. (R)

: News

Weather followed by Weekend Outlook
A preview of this weekend's
Open University programmes.

: Holiday Outings

South of France. Anne Gregg reports from Provence. Director Prue Gearey
Producer Patricia Houlihan

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Gregg
Producer: Patricia Houlihan

: Glorious Goodwood

2.30 Molecomb Stakes (5f)
3.10 Leslie and Godwin Spitfire Stakes (Handicap. 1¼m)
3.45 Schroders Glorious Stakes (1%m)
4.15 Richmond Towers Diamond Jubilee Stakes (Handicap. 7f).
Introduced by Julian Wilson , with commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Jimmy Lindley and John Hanmer. Reports by Jonathan Powell.
Including at
3.00pm News and Weather
3.55pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather

Contributors

Introduced By: Julian Wilson
Commentary By: Peter O'Sullevan
Commentary By: Jimmy Lindley
Commentary By: John Hanmer.
Unknown: Jonathan Powell.

: Beat This! A Hip Hop History

The story of the most influential popular music culture since punk. Director Dick Fontaine Producer Alan Yentob (First shown 'Arena'J

Contributors

Director: Dick Fontaine
Producer: Alan Yentob

: World Equestrian Games

Highlights of today's carriage-driving marathon from Stockholm. Run on the same lines as a three-day event, the marathon is one of the most photogenic and dramatic of equestrian sports, as the teams of four horses tackle the cross-country hazards. Introduced by Hugh Thomas , with commentary by Raymond Brooks-Ward .

Contributors

Introduced By: Hugh Thomas
Commentary By: Raymond Brooks-Ward

: Dark Passage

Starring
Lauren Bacall
Humphrey Bogart
Wrongly imprisoned for his wife's murder, Vincent Parry escapes from San Quentin determined to discover the true identity of her killer. At the prison gates he meets the lovely Irene, who is destined to help him in his quest.
Based on the novel by David Goodis Director Delmer Daves
● FILMS: pages 12-16

Contributors

Unknown: Lauren Bacall
Unknown: Humphrey Bogart
Unknown: Vincent Parry
Novel By: David Goodis
Director: Delmer Daves
Irene Jansen: Lauren Bacall
Vincent Parry: Humphrey Bogart
Bob: Bruce Bennett
Madge Rapf: Agnes Moorehead
Sam: Tom D'Andrea
Baker: Clifton Young
Detective: Douglas Kennedy
George Fellsinger: Rory Mallinson
Dr Walter Coley: Houseley Stevenson

: What the Papers Say

A look back at the events of the week as they were reported in the national press. Presented by Russell Davies of Punch. Producer Brian Armstrong
A Granada Television production for BBCtv

Contributors

Presented By: Russell Davies
Producer: Brian Armstrong

: The Roux Brothers

Albert and Michel Roux , award-winning chefs, bring their flair and expertise to ways of cooking ordinary ingredients to give them that three-star Roux appeal.
Meat. Today's recipes include calf's liver with sweetcorn and lamb chops with basil. Albert marinades a leg of lamb to make it taste like venison.
Director Sarah Novello Ruckley Producer Jill Marshall
A Hawkshead/Frances Whitaker production for BBCtv (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Michel Roux
Director: Sarah Novello Ruckley
Producer: Jill Marshall

: Gardeners' World

This week: a gardener's tour of Stratford-upon-Avon, including the garden of Anne Hathaway 's
Cottage and the Elizabethan Knot Garden; an imaginative gardening project at a Coventry primary school that is turning 9-year-olds into budding horticulturists; plus jobs for the week from Barnsdale and how to encourage worms to improve soil fertility. With
Geoff Hamilton , Dr Stefan Buczacki and Anne Swithinbank.
Executive producer Stephanie Silk Editor Dennis Adams
Plant list on Ceefax page 617.
9 INFO-LINE: [number removed] (calls charged at
I5pperminuteoff-peak,38patallothertimes). 0 GARDENING: page 71

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Hathaway
Unknown: Geoff Hamilton
Unknown: Dr Stefan Buczacki
Unknown: Anne Swithinbank.
Producer: Stephanie Silk
Editor: Dennis Adams

: Lovesick

Starring
Dudley Moore
Elizabeth McGovern
Alec Guinness
Dr Saul Benjamin is a successful psychiatrist with a happy marriage. When a colleague dies, Saul
'inherits' Chloe, a beautiful and talented playwright who was a patient of the deceased. Against his professional judgment he is immediately attracted to Chloe and begins to pursue her passionately from the theatre to her bedroom.
Director Marshall Brickman
* FILMS: pages 12-16

Contributors

Unknown: Dudley Moore
Unknown: Elizabeth McGovern
Unknown: Alec Guinness
Unknown: Dr Saul Benjamin
Director: Marshall Brickman
Saul Benjamin: Dudley Moore
Chloe Allan: Elizabeth McGovern
Sigmund Freud: Alec Guinness
Nymphomaniac: Christine Baranski
Frantic patient: Gene Saks
Mrs Mondragon: Renee Taylor
Otto Jaffe: Wallace Shawn
Jaffe's wife: Suzanne Barrie
Jac Applezweig: Larry Rivers
Larry Geller, MD: John Huston
Lionel Gross, MD: Alan King

: Newsnight

Presented by Francine Stock.

Contributors

Presented By: Francine Stock.

: Weatherview

: [ Escalier C

First showing on network television. Starring
Robin Renucci
This French comedy from the director of Cousin, Cousine is set in the Paris art world. Forster, as critical of the people about him as of the art he reviews so savagely, is drawn unwillingly into the emotional lives of his neighbours.
Based on the novel by Elvire Murail Director Jean-Charles Tachella (In French with English subtitles)
0 FILMS: pages 12-16

Contributors

Unknown: Robin Renucci
Novel By: Elvire Murail
Director: Jean-Charles Tachella
Forster Lafont: Robin Renucci
Bruno: Jean-Pierre Bacri
Claude: Jacques Bonnaffe
Florence: Catherine Leprince
Conrad: Jacques Weber
Lafont: Claude Rich
Joss: Michel Aumont
Beatrice: Catherine Frot








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