A matrimonial drama starring Cary Grant
Carole Lombard Kay Francis
When Alec Walker falls in love with another woman he decides to end his unhappy marriage, but his embittered wife Maida refuses to release him.
Director John Cromwell
0 FILMS: pages 29-34
Voice of the Whip
The programme follows a group of six trail bosses, 12 drovers and 450 camels as they make the arduous 800-mile trip from the grasslands of central Sudan to the camel markets of Egypt, across great stretches of desert, through oases and Arab villages.
Series editor Chns Curling (R) 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
A 91-part epic Indian drama. 34: After leaving
Ekchakra Nagri , the Pandavas go back to the forest. They meet a group of brahmins who tell them that Princess Draupadi is having her swayamvar, a ceremony to choose a husband. (In Hindi with English subtitles. on BBC1)
I Starring Glenn Ford
The legendary director Frank Capra enlists an all-star cast for this hilarious story about a superstitious gangster and his gang of hoodlums who attempt to transform a fruit peddler, Apple Annie , into a wealthy socialite for a day.
Based on a story by Damon Runyan 0 FILMS: pages 29-34
Dave the Dude:
Judge Henry C Blake:
Kasparov v Karpov
Bill Hartstori looks back at the critical moments of the final match of the recent World
Chess Championship. The six-year feud between Kasparov and Karpov reached its climax last month in a close and tense competition at Lyon, France. Producer David Mitchell
The director of this film,
Krzysztof Zanussi , talks to the eminent Polish composer
Witold Lutoslawski, examining the man and his music. Events in Poland over the last 80 years have influenced Lutoslawski's work.
Producer Andrzej Swoboda
An Antelope production for BBCtv
Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders pay tribute to a prominent Swedish popular music combo of the 70s.
Featuring Raw Sex, Kirsty MacColl , Jerry Hall and Marie Helvin.
Director Bob Spiers
Producer Jon Plowman (R)
A series of six one-man plays written and performed by John Sessions and recorded at
London's Half Moon Theatre.
1: Harold's Night Out Director/Producer Geoff Posner 0 COMEDY: page 13
0 PICTURE STORY: page 37
Transylvania - the Band Plays On
A report from Transylvania. The Ceausescu regime threatened centuries' old traditions but also preserved them by keeping Romania isolated from the rest of Europe. Tonight's film, shot at village weddings and dances, presents the haunting music of Transylvania for the first time on British television, examining its part in everyday life. Producer Simon Broughton Senes editors Anthony Wall and Nigel Finch
0 PICTURE STORY: page 37
Another opportunity to keep up with events in director David Lynch 's offbeat American town.
Kyle MacLachlan Michael Ontkean
The face of 'Bob' appears in more nightmares and, while Cooper ponders on increasingly cryptic clues, three friends begin singing out of tune. two brothers scheme to capitalise on recent events, and One-Eyed Jacks becomes a dangerous place for Audrey.
0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Agent Dale Cooper:
Krzysztof Kieslowski , director of the acclaimed drama series Ten
Commandments, introduces the first in a short season of Polish films.
I First showing on I network television for this searing condemnation of a police state, starring Krystyna Janda
Shelved by the Polish authorities in 1981 during the period of martial law, Interrogation won international acclaim on its release in 1989, particularly for Krystyna Janda 's powerful performance as the singer who falls into the clutches of the secret police.
Director Ryszard Bugajski
(A Polish film with English subtitles) 0 FILMS: pages 29-34
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