Word game with Paul Coia.
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello star as two returning GIs, who cause as much chaos on the streets of New York as in Europe.
Director Charles T Barton
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England v West Indies Live coverage of the morning's play in the first day of the Cornhill
Insurance Test from
Edgbaston. Commentary by Richie Benaud and Jack Bannister , with Ray Illingworth and Tom Graveney. Television presentation Alan Griffiths
Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
Delia Smith creates more recipes for those who cook for themselves.
Children's adventure series.
Cricket: Fourth Test
England v West Indies Further live coverage.
Live coverage of the Federation Cup from the city of Nottingham Tennis Centre. Quarter-final action from the world's premier women's team event. Commentary by Dan Maskell , Christine Janes , Bill Threlfall and Paul Hutchins. With Barry Davies.
2.00pm News; Weather
Followed by Westminster Live
Prime Minister's questions.
and Regional News; Weather
A Will to Win. David Lomax reports from California's
Silicon Valley on the comings and goings at Apple
Computers and how America's highest paid computer executive, John Scully , is facing up to the growing threat of competition from the Japanese.
Producer/Editor Brian Davies
A series of six programmes. 5: North-East Italy
Valentina Harris visits
Chioggia's fish market and port which rival nearby Venice and travels to Alto-Adige. Producer Clare Brigstocke 0BOOK: same title, price £7.99 paperback, £12.95 hardback, from booksellers.
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With the Olympics looming, male triple jumpers, pole vaulters, hammer-throwers and steeplechasers are in training. But women are barred from competing at Olympic level in the same events. James Hogg reports on accusations by women athletes that the Olympic
Committee is sexist. With Sue
Mott and Ray Stubbs.
Executive producer Susan Woodward Editor David Taylor
News, facts and information on this summer's holiday scene. This week: a foreign resort report from Arcachon the major resort on France's south west coast; UK Mini-Guide to Matlock and the surrounding area of Derbyshire. Plus calls from the Moan Line, the number to ring when things go wrong with your holiday -
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Executive producer Alan Dobson
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A series exploring cultures in far-flung parts of the world. The Actress, the Bishop and the Carnival Queen Divination, sacrifice, spirit possession and witchcraft all play a part in the preparation for a carnival that has taken place in the north-eastern city of Recife in Brazil since the 17th century. Dona Elda is
Queen of the Marcatu nation of Porto Rico, and as she explains, Carnival is actually the festival of Exum, the West African trickster god, master of rebellion, chaos and revelry. The film follows her to victory for the third successive year at Carnival and through the much tougher task ahead. See panel below. Producer Howard Reid
Series Editor Chris Curling
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by Helen Edmundson.
Short dramas for television.
The quiet haven of South Molton Street provides a fantasy playground for a young mother and her child.
With Kate Byers
A Betsan Films/Fatboy production for BBCtv
With Francine Stock.
England v West Indies
Highlights of the first day's play from Edgbaston.
Introduced by Richie Benaud.
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A preview of OU programmes.