Robert Taylor Chad Everett
An Indian half-breed is torn between his western lifestyle and his mystical heritage. Director Paul Wendkos 0 FILMS: pages 55-64
Report on the remarkable discovery of a planet.
The Georgian House in Bristol.
David Attenborough explores the contrasts of Thailand.
Starring Joan Blondell, Roland Young
With the aid of a friendly ghost, the urbane sleuth, Cosmo Topper unmasks a murderer.
(Black and white)
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0 Little Town of Bethlehem
A visit to Newby Hall , near Ripon.
The programme covering all aspects of Asian entertainment. Featuring an interview with Hindi filmstarAmitabh
Bachchan. Presented by Shyama Perera.
An epic drama from India.
The great battle continues: and the list of casualties grows. (In Hindi with English subtitles.
Repeated tomorrow at 11.40pm on BBC 1 )
Western starring Audie Murphy
Railroad surveyor Clay O'Mara attempts to avenge the murder of his father and brother.
Director Jesse Hibbs
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Live coverage of the first semi-final in the Grand Slam
Cup from Munich.
The last in a series of programmes on how to play one of the world's most popular pastimes.
The Mystery of the Game
Is there an element of luck in bridge? Can bridge define your personality? Zia Mahmood and Michele Handley give their pupils a bidding challenge and they introduce them to ducking and world championship hands. Including an interview with Omar Sharif. Presented by Zia Mahmood with Michele Handley. Director/Producer Gordon Menzies A GM production for BBCtv
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Highlights from last week's editions of The Late Show.
With Moira Stuart.
Followed by Weather
Glasgow Citizens' Theatre Company presents
Giles Havergal 's acclaimed staging of this classic play by George Bernard Shaw. Using only rehearsal props, the production concentrates on the power and continuing relevance of this protest against the evils of prostitution and exploitation.
Producer Mike Newman
Executive producer John Archer
Sir George Crofts:
Reverend Samuel Gardener:
Steven Soderbergh , director of the award-winning Sex, Lies and Videotape, has just completed his long-awaited second feature. Refusing lucrative offers from
Hollywood for big-budget studio projects, Soderbergh opted instead for Kafka, a black-and-white film starring Jeremy Irons. Soderbergh and his collaborators talk exclusively to Moving Pictures about life after Sex.
Plus an affectionate look at a family whose experience spans the postwar British cinema - the Thomases. Jeremy Thomas produced Bertolucci's
Oscar-laden Last Emperor; his father Ralph directed
Dirk Bogarde in the Doctor films, while uncle Gerald was responsible for the Carry On cycle. With contributions from Bernardo Bertolucci , Barbara Windsor , Dirk Bogarde and the Thomases themselves.
Presented by Howard Schuman.
Series producer Paul Kerr
Executive producer Daniel Wolf
A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv
Tonight's Moving Pictures feature presentation was produced by Jeremy Thomas and stars Gene Hackman
In 1925, Jack McCann makes a fabulous gold strike in Canada, giving him all the wealth he needs. Twenty years on he lives on his own Caribbean island with his alcoholic wife, tempestuous daughter and her playboy husband. But McCann refuses to heed the warnings that turning down offers from a Miami mafioso may have deadly consequences. This uncompromising, visionary film was based on a true murder case and is very rarely seen.
Director Nicolas Roeg • FILMS: pages 55-64
Claude Maillot Van Horn:
Pierre de Valois: