Arts: A New Museum in South
A look at the insect world.
Actress Rachel Kempson.
Network TV premiere. Two cattle ranchers save a valuable mine. With
George O'Brien , Laraine Johnson. Director David Howard • FILMS: pages 35-40
Network TV premiere. The Kid saves a landowner from a crooked foreman. With Tim Holt.
Director Lew Landers 0 FILMS: pages 35-40
I Humphrey Bogart Lauren Bacall
An escaped prisoner determines to find his wife's killer.
Director Delmer Daves 0 FILMS: pages 35-40
A puppet theatre in Cardiff.
US entertainment magazine.
2.40 Schroder Investment
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3.10 Butlins Southcoast World
Prestige Stakes (7f). 3.40 Horse
RacingAbroad Stakes (H'cap) (1 m 4f) Producer Malcolm Kemp
3.00pm News; Weather
and Regional News; Weather
From Hickstead. Featuring the Silk Cut Derby Trial. • STEREO
The heart-warming drama of a collie bitch determined to find her way home to her young master after being sold.
Director Fred MWilcox 0 FILMS: pages 35-40
Competing in tonight's Ivo Van Damme memorial meeting in Brussels are many of the track stars from Barcelona, including 100m gold medallist
Linford Christie. This final meeting of the season is the last chance to boost their points tally before next Friday's grand prix final in Turin. Commentators
David Coleman , Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson. With
Helen Rollason , Dave Moorcroft. Producer Martin Webster Editor Niall Sloane
Geoff Hamilton and the team with the latest tips and stories from the gardening world, plus practical advice from Bamsdale. Series producer Rosemary Forgan Executive producer Tony Laryea
A Catalyst Television production for BBCtv • GARDENING: page 12
Documentary series about perceptions of good and bad taste in the British home.
Big Ben and the Jesus Picture Mothers and daughters say what they think about each other's living rooms. Nicole finds her mother's ornaments tacky, Peggy won't use her daughter's gold taps, and Pat is mortified to discover her tastes are now identical to her mother's.
Series producer Nicholas Barker
The showcase for new film-makers.
My Little Everest. In this unusual comedy-drama from the Polish Film School, the hero literally rock-climbs his way through life's landmarks. Series producer Colin Rose Director Miroslaw Dembinski
Donald Woods reviews the week's press.
A Granada production for BBCtv
Stevie Wonder Felt My Face Louise Rennison 's comic monologue details her life and loves, from growing up in Leeds, through a brief spell as a bored teenager in New
Zealand, to her party-packed return to London in the swinging 60s. The show, which premiered at Laughing Gas, Brighton's international comedy festival earlier this year, opens at the Assembly
Rooms tonight and is set to be one of the hits of the Edinburgh Festival. Director Caroline Roberts • STEREO
In a gloomy mansion by the banks of a putrid river, a hack writer lives with his wife, receiving occasional visits from his disabled brother. One night the attractive young housemaid is murdered, and one of the brothers is blamed.
Director Fritz Lang
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