When Gil Lamb goes to a hypnotist to cure his fear of the dentist, the result is a painful experience for his father-in-law. An RKO short
Johnny Weissmuller Johnny Sheffield
After a series of savage killings in the jungle, Tarzan uncovers a murderous tribe of 'Leopard Men' and their leader, the high priestess. Lea ACQUANETTA
Director Kurt Neumann
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Margaret Rutherford Ron Moody
When Miss Marple disagrees with her fellow jurors at a murder trial she decides that the only way to prove her point is to establish the man's innocence. Her investigations take her to a second-rate theatrical company where one of the cast is a murderer.
Director George Pollock
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Detective Inspector Craddock:
Carmelo. Set in a shanty town in Bogota in Colombia, this short drama reflects the reality of life for millions of children forced to live on their Wits. Carmelo gets involved with the drug mafia and kills the Minister for Justice in cold blood. Surrounded by armed police his short, tragic life comes back to him.
Written and directed by Ciro Duran
Leonard Bernstein at
4: The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity. Bernstein continues to look at the nature of music through the romanticism of Berlioz, the magic of Wagner and the 'dreaminess' of Debussy. The programme includes the ball scene from Romeo and Juliet by Berlioz, the Prelude and Lovedeath from Wagner's Tristan and Isolde, and Debussy's Prelude a l'après-midi d'un faune, performed by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Leonard Bernstein , (R)
An adventure for under-5s. The Pieman and Piewife return from the seaside to find the Piepilot waiting for the last songpie before his holiday! With Chloe Ashcroft ,
David Hargreaves and Ben Thmias , (R)
Weather followed by See Hear!
The magazine programme for the deaf.
Mexico. Bill Buckley reports on a package holiday to the Mexican resort of Acapulco.
Excursions include Taxco and Mexico City.
Series producer Patricia Houlihan
Including a report on new food safety legislation which comes into force this week.
Presented by John Craven.
From Sheffield. Ian Gall visits Christ Church in the suburb of Fulwood and takes a ride in the Sheffield Good News van as it goes on its rounds.
The Glass Engraver.
Denis Mann 's work in glass is largely inspired by his surroundings - the cliffs and seashores of Caithness. His sculptures reflect the elemental forces of wind and sea on rock while his glass engraving demonstrates a subtle delicacy of line and form. This programme shows him at work and explores his relationship with his environment.
Producer Ken MacGregor (R)
Three Miles High. The highest railroad in the world climbs the Peruvian Andes. Then it's the night steamer across Lake Titicaca. Journey's end was to have been La Paz , but it was not to be.
Introduced by Miles Kington . Producer Tony Morrison
Series producer Roger Laughton (R)
Astronomers believe that they understand the great cosmic cycle of the birth, life and death of stars. But Professor Malcolm Longair, Astronomer Royal of Scotland, explains that some great questions remain: how did the great gas clouds from which stars may form come about?
(Fifth lecture tomorrow at 4.30pm)
Starring Elvis Presley Two years after the sensational success of his first record, Elvis made his film debut in this dramatic western. In the last days of the Civil War a Confederate troop hijacks a Union payroll.
Director Robert D Webb
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Starring Derek Jacobi, Alec Guinness, Sarah Pickering
The second part of Christine Edzard 's critically acclaimed version of Dickens's masterpiece.
Born among the wretched hovels of the Marshalsea debtors' prison, Amy Dorrit's childhood is consumed by the responsibility of caring for her egocentric father and self-seeking family.
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on the novel by Charles
Lord Decimus Barnacle:
Sir Arthur Streeb-Greebling (Peter Cook ) chooses his 12 Christmas gifts in conversation with Ludovic Kennedy.
8: Maids a-Milking
Peter Snow with the day's top stories and the background on events making the news at home and abroad.
Hitchcock's 1935 version of John Buchan 's classic adventure story remains one of the most popular British films by the acknowledged master of suspense and mystery. Richard Hannay , pursued by the police for a murder he did not commit and by an international spy-ring for information he does not know, finds himself fleeing across the desolate Scottish moors - handcuffed to a beautiful blonde!
Screenplay by Alma Reville and Charles Bennett based on Producer Michael Balcon
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