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: Westminster

A roundup of business from the Lords and Commons.

: Reflections

Francis Coulson and Brian Sack reflect on 40 years of living and working in style at Sharrow, an elegant hotel in the Lake District. Editor Cyril Gates (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Francis Coulson
Unknown: Brian Sack
Editor: Cyril Gates

: The Shoes of the Fisherman

Starring
Anthony Quinn , Oskar Werner The film version of Morris West 's bestseller about a Russian Pope and his influence on world peace.
Director Michael Anderson
0 FILMS: pages 39-47

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Quinn
Unknown: Oskar Werner
Unknown: Morris West
Unknown: Russian Pope
Director: Michael Anderson
Kiril Lakota: Anthony Quinn
David Telemond: Oskar Werner
Kamenev: Laurence Olivier
George Faber: David Janssen
Ruth Faber: Barbara Jefford
Cardinal Leone: Leo McKern
Cardinal Rinaldi: Vittorio de Sica
Elder Pope: John Gielgud
Vucovich: Clive Revill
Chiara: Rosemary Dexter
Augustinian: Paul Rogers
Yuri Bounin: Frank Finlay

: After Hours

Bobby Brown is featured in this American showbiz magazine.

Contributors

Unknown: Bobby Brown

: The Invisible Man

The Klae Dynasty. Dr Westin (David McCallum ) guards a potential kidnap victim. (R)

Contributors

Unknown: David McCallum

: Tackle!

The off-field story of 60 years of the World Cup, narrated by Kenneth Wolstenholme. (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Wolstenholme.

: Pigeon Street

Cartoon about an urban street. (R)

: Under Sail

The 18-footers of Sydney Harbour One of the world's fastest sailing boats developed from humble work craft. Narrated by Tom Salmon. (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Salmon.

: A Carol from Ely

0 Little Town of Bethlehem The second carol from the choir of Ely Cathedral.

: News

Weather followed by Songs of Praise
From St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol. 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES

: Show Jumping

David Vine introduces Grand Prix highlights and looks forward to tonight's fancy dress finale.
Including at

Contributors

Introduces: David Vine

: News and Weather

Regional News and Weather

: Catchword

Word game hosted by Paul Coia.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Coia.

: Behind the Headlines

Jane Corbin hosts a topical debate. Editor Charles Miller

Contributors

Unknown: Jane Corbin
Editor: Charles Miller

: First Sight

Baby Alex. Harefield Hospital is famous for its transplants, but in its 75th anniversary year, First Sight reveals other pioneering work there which would usually go unreported. Antonia Higgs records the story of a family whose unborn child has a heart defect, and of their decision to offer him a chance to live. Producer Peter Lowe

Contributors

Unknown: Antonia Higgs
Producer: Peter Lowe

: Trail Street

Starring Randolph Scott, Robert Ryan.

Marshal 'Bat' Masterson is called to restore order in Liberal, Kansas, a town where farmland is being devastated by trail drivers.
Films: pages 39-47

Contributors

Director: Ray Enright
'Bat' Masterson: Randolph Scott
Allen: Robert Ryan
Ruby: Anne Jeffreys
Billy: George 'Gabby' Hayes
Susan: Madge Meredith
Maury: Steve Brodie
Carmody: Billy House
Hannah: Virginia Sale
Larkin: Harry Woods
Slim: Phil Warren
Mayor: Harry Harvey
Jason: Jason Robards

: DEF II New Attitude

The last episode of an American comedy set in a beauty shop. Beauty School. Taylor (
Karen Bankhead ) fails her exam again.

Contributors

Unknown: Karen Bankhead

: Dance Energy

Normski's last fast-moving dance show of the series. Series producer Jaswinder Bancil An Activate production for BBCtv

: Open Space

A series made by the public under their own editorial control.
Alice in Vitro. Infertility can strike at the heart of a woman's identity, raising feelings of guilt and failure. The Women's Health and Reproduction Rights Information Centre gives a voice to those women, through their experiences and personal diaries. Producer Sue Davidson
Community Programme Unit editor Tony Laryea 0 PROGRAMME SUGGESTIONS: write to 'Open Space', BBCtv, London W12 7RJ. t PICTURE STORY: page 59
• CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Editor: Tony Laryea

: Nature

Wall of Death. Triona Holden investigates driftnet fishing, which every year claims the lives of hundreds of thousands of seabirds, turtles, dolphins and whales. Introduced by Michael Buerk. Producer Mark Jacobs
Series editor Jeremy Evans
• NATURE: page 24 t PICTURE STORY: page 59 • CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Triona Holden
Introduced By: Michael Buerk.
Producer: Mark Jacobs
Editor: Jeremy Evans

: Dreamchild

First showing on network television. Starring Coral Browne, Ian Holm
April 1932: attending the Lewis Carroll Centenary in New York, Alice Hargreaves - the inspiration for Alice in Wonderland - is haunted by childhood memories of the strange, repressed Rev Dodgson.
Director Gavin Millar
Films: pages 39-47
(Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Director: Gavin Millar
Mrs Hargreaves: Coral Browne
Rev Charles Dodgson: Ian Holm
Jack Dolan: Peter Gallagher
Sally Mackeson: Caris Corfman
Lucy: Nicola Cowper
Mrs Liddell: Jane Asher
Little Alice: Amelia Shankley
Lorina: Imogen Boorman
Edith: Emma King
Hargreaves: Rupert Wainwright
Rev Duckworth: Roger Ashton-Griffiths

: Newsnight

Presented by Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Presented By: Jeremy Paxman.

: The Late Show

Philippe Starck. A special profile of the acclaimed French architect. Producer Gina Newsom

Contributors

Unknown: Philippe Starck.
Producer: Gina Newsom

: Weatherview









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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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