Interview with photographer, Helen Muspratt.
The controversial ex-chief constable talks about his life.
Network TV premiere. An actor is taken over by his murderous role. With John Loder and June Duprez.
Director Max Nosseck
Starring Dean Martin Jerry Lewis
A former sports star wants his son, a timid hypochondriac, to join his old college football team. Director Hal Walker ● FILMS: pages 33-40
William Stukeley 's 18th-century quest for standing stones.
US entertainment magazine.
An alien pays a visit. ( Rpt) STEREO
The secrets of the Punch and Judy man's art.
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Intricacies of nest building.
An atomic test in the Arctic unfreezes a prehistoric creature. With Paul Christian and Paula Raymond.
Director Eugene Lourie • FILMS: pages 33-40
Gardening tips with Geoff Hamilton and the team. Plus practical advice from Bamsdale.
Starring Peter Finch
FILM Mary Ure
A British doctor in the Far East battles to save the natives of his village from the warring factions around them.
Director Ronald Neame • FILMS: pages 33-40
A series of personal documentaries giving voice to the wisdom of years.
No Man Is an Island. Anglican priest, environmentalist and campaigner for social change,
John Papworth makes a plea for a return to grass roots democracy. Forsaking the urban desert in which he lives, he takes a voyage to Rathlin
Island, off the coast of Northern Ireland, where a small community of "both religions" live in peace and mutual respect. Here, he finds a model for the independence and self-control he would wish for us all.
Senes producer Peter Lee - Wright
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Catalonia. Beginning high in the Pyrenees with a camping burner and a local dish of broad beans and bacon, Keith Floyd goes on to sample the culinary delights of Barcelona and brave the heat of a coal-burning kitchen in a 150-year-old restaurant.
Director David Pritchard
Executive producer Robert Page A Lifetime production for BBCtv
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Offbeat comedy show starring David Baddiel, Hugh Dennis, Rob Newman and Steve Punt.
A series of documentaries on British business culture.
TheBigGame. Big companies have been in trouble since the end of the biggest monopoly of them all, the Empire. Now, in an attempt to emulate the great success story of Glaxo, the big companies are acting small. Glaxo chairman,
Sir Paul Girolami , reveals the secret is to be big without being inhuman. Director Malcolm Clark
Executive producer Nicholas Fraser A Panoptic production for BBCtv
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A series celebrating the role of engineering in modern society. Slippery When Wet. Liquid engineering is the art of making ketchup and toothpaste flow, and understanding the split personality of the detergent molecule. The oil in an engine becomes glass temporarily - but does this mean that glass is a liquid? In Australia, scientists have been watching a substance that drips once every eight years. It's called asphalt. Director James Castle
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Last in the series of debates on controversial topics of public interest. With Trevor Phillips. Executive producer David Cox Editor Will Smith
A Juniper production for BBCtv
Industrial Strife - archive newsreel coverage of strikes in 1930s Britain and America.