6.45 Head Start 7.10 Special Needs in Education
The dining room of Berkeley
Castle in Gloucestershire.
The Curse of Amon-Ra. With Henry Lincoln.
Second World War navy drama starring
James Robertson Justice. Director C M Pennington-Richards f
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' I A big game hunt soon ; I turns into a man hunt. With Ann Sheridan. j Director George Breakston
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The Black Forest, Germany.
. Musical drama about Hansard founder, William Cobbett. j With Donald Bisset.
Presented by Tony Soper.
; Followed by TUC Conference
A live broadcast from the 123rd Trades Union Congress at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre in Glasgow. The TUC will be presenting its 'Social
Partnership at Work' plan. Plus a debate on Europe.
Presented by Vivian White ,
Nicholas Jones and Ian Smith. Editor Barbara Maxwell
3.00pm News; Weather
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather
Photo-journalist, Eve Arnold, recalls Marilyn Monroe.
Criminal gangs are flooding economies with counterfeit money. Police believe the bogus cash is aimed at emerging countries in eastern Europe and Africa. In this investigation, David Garmston talks to former counterfeiter
Charles Black , the police and an American Treasury agent about the latest trends in printing illegal money.
Producer Jim McDougall
Prince Valiant, son of the exiled King of Scandia, travels to the Court of King Arthur at Camelot to become a Knight of the Round Table.
Director Henry Hathaway
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J Sir Brack:
The Creation. A short film by Will Vinton.
Life in Britain, France,
Germany and Belgium from
1900-50, seen through the eyes of amateur ' film enthusiasts.
To the Beach. Seaside days were an excuse to bring out the Pathe Baby camera.
Narrated by Ray Brooks. Producers Alfred Behrens and Michael Kuball
A Third Eye production for BBCtv
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First showing on network television of this convict drama starring Robert Urich
Two convicts escape and flee into treacherous swamplands.
Director David Lowell Rich
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Johnny Joker' Johnson:
A second chance to see comedian Harry Enfield's range of characters, many of whom caught the public imagination and have become almost as popular as his Loadsamoney creation
(deceased). Characters include Mike Smash , Dave Nice from Radio Fab FM, Old Gits,
Double-Take Brothers, Slobs and Little Brother.
Director John Birkin Producers Mary Bell and Geoffrey Perkins
A Hat Trick production for BBCtv 0 STEREO
Bringing together some notable names from the world of international jazz, the festival is a firm fixture for jazz fans throughout the world. Jools Holland introduces the first of the week's four televised concerts, opening with the Ruby Braff Trio. American trumpeter Braff achieved recognition in 1953 with a series of classic recordings with the Vie Dickenson
Septet. He has been described as 'the most artistic trumpeter to emerge in jazz since Louis Armstrong ' and his style - strong, lyrical and polished - owes much to Armstrong's work. Tonight he appears with his own trio featuring Howard Alden and Frank Tate.
Director Robert Coles
Producer Jonathan Davies
King Cotton's Palace
Manchester's Victorian Town Hall.