Journalist Mary Stott.
Government legislation and caring within the family.
First network showing. A baseball pitcher is distracted by his wife.
With Lupe Velez and Eddie Albert. Director Leslie Goodwins
First network showing. A Parisian detective is a prime murder suspect.
With Steven Geray , Micheline Cheirel. Director Joseph H Lewis ● FILMS: pages 33-40
Comedy with Laurel and Hardy.
Films: pages 33-40
A Chaplinesque silent comedy. • FILMS: pages 33-40
Profile of poet A B Paterson. ● STEREO
Last in the US entertainment series.
How civilisation spread. (Postponed from 19August)
Eastern European coach trip.
and Regional News; Weather
A faulty phone connection causes a nightmare for a bedridden woman. With
Barbara Stanwyck and Burt Lancaster.
Director Anatole Litvak ● FILMS: pages 33-40
Reports on the arts, politics and news from disabled reporters who live "on the edge" of able-bodied society. With sign language interpretation. Producer Ian Macrae
Editor Kerena Marchant
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The cult 1960s series, starring William Shatner
Charlie X. The Enterprise takes aboard the sole survivor of a transport crash whose strange powers threaten the security of the starship. 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES; page 888
The original sketches from America's famous
Saturday Night Live TVseries that inspired the teen film
Wayne's World and countless catchphrases. It's bogus.... not! 0 FEATURE: page 29
7.00pm Teenage Diaries Programmes made by young people about their own lives. Between Two Worlds. At 13, Rachel has been a traveller most of her life. Her mother is part of the more "conventional" travelling community, but Rachel feels drawn towards the New Age lifestyle of raves, free festivals and wild parties. Her diary records a year in her life. Producer Tony Steyger
Series producer Bob Long (Rev rpt)
International and local musicians recorded at the 1991 Shetland Folk Festival.
Introduced by Aly Bain. Director Mike Alexander
A Pelicula production for BBCtv ● STEREO
A special three-part
I Timewatch on the Red
Scare in America.
Five Minutes to Midnight. In the nuclear dawn at the onset of the Cold War, both communists and anti-communists in America thought the world was on the brink of the final conflict.
The armed forces could cope if the Russians were coming - but what of "the enemy within"? This series uses archive film and the stories of ordinary
Americans to paint a picture of suspicion and repression on a huge scale. Producer Archie Baron
Series editor Roy Davies
David Edgar 's first play for TV, cast and filmed in America, starring Griffin Dunne John Mahoney
Walter Partin trails Democrat Philip Kautsky in the polls and will shortly face him in a televised debate. Drafted to play Kautsky in rehearsals is Michael Tyne , ex-Democrat turned Republican. But Tyne is alarmed by an unexpected twist in the Partin campaign and reacts in devastating fashion.
Dunne starred in An American
Werewolf in London and Mahoney was in Moonstruck.
Producer Chris Parr
Director Simon Curtis
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Presented by Peter Snow.
David Puttnam pays tribute to outgoing National Film and Television School director
Colin Young ; director Andrei Serban presents the National
Theatre of Bucharest; plus the Edinburgh Television Festival. Producer Douglas Mackinnon
The Traditions and the Environment