Neighbourly love does not exist in the insect world.
The first of ten portraits of Italy. On the Rimini beach.
Some schools cannot cope with pupils' deliquency and truancy.
Abbott and Costello comedy. Bud and Lou are kidnapped by jewel thiefs. Director Charles Barton (B/w) ● FILMS: pages 33-40
Adventure starring Johnny Weissmuller, Maureen O'Sullivan
A giant ape man is discovered.
Director W S Van Dyke (B/W)
FILMS: pages 33-40
Today: Barry Cryer.
Unearthing a Roman mosaic.
Followed by Mini Dragons
Taiwan's new democratic era.
Followed by All Our Children
The cost of children working. Narrated by Judi Dench.
and Regional News; Weather
A father won't believe his son's innocence in a violent incident. Withjames MacArthur and Kim Hunter.
Director John Frankenheimer (B/w) ● FILMS: pages 33-40
A true tale of the riverbank, narrated by Alan Bennett. Including readings from
Kenneth Grahame 's The Wind in the Willows and a look at the latest debate over land and water management on the Somerset Levels and Moors.
Producer Sarah Pitt
Arabian nights fantasy. Captured by the evil
Khalif of Baghdad, Sinbad must solve a secret to gain his freedom. With Dale Robertson ,
Sally Forrest , Vincent Price, Lili St Cyr , Mari Blanchard , Leon Askin. Director Ted TeUlaff
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The Competitive Edge
Professor Michael Porter is the world's most highly paid academic. He advises companies and countries about becoming more competitive.
David Lomax asks if it matters that a teacher should earn vast wealth and whether the academic and business worlds are too close for comfort.
Editor Simon Holland
Series editor Brian Davies
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Portrait of a Snow Lion
Reinhold Messner is the most famous mountaineer in the history of the sport - the first person to climb all 14 peaks over 8,000m, and the first
(along with Peter Habeler ) to climb Everest without artificial oxygen. Chris Bonington visits Messner in his Tyrol castle. Series producer Richard Else
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Quiz show about etiquette hosted by Tony Slattery , with captains Lesley Joseph and Jonathan Meades. The guests are Odaline de la Martines, Malcolm Williamson ,
Kit Hesketh Harvey and Baroness Issy van Randwyck.
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Reports from Portugal - the fashionable resort of Estoril and the capital Lisbon - and from the Isle of Skye.
Series producer Rachel Hebditch Executive producer Tony Moss ● STEREO
Using eyewitness accounts and recently discovered confidential documents, this documentary reveals the truth behind a campaign to keep
Australia a whites-only country for much of this century. Successive Australian governments pursued a secret policy of barring entry to any race of people they considered undesirable. Fostered by careful propaganda, by legislation and by the secret actions of bureaucrats and politicians, the policy remained intact for more than 70 years.
Producers Alec Morgan and Carol Sennett Executive producer Roy Davies
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Film director and artist Derek Jarman visits Garden House in Wimborne, Dorset, built by his art master Robin Noscoe. Director Keith Collins
Producer Ruth Rosenthal
Last magazine edition of the festival showcase, including dancer Pina Bausch , and the innovative Elsjoglars musical theatre from Spain.
Presented by Kirsty Wark. Producer Douglas Mackinnon
(Tomorrow: Mike Oldfield Tubular Bells on the Castle Esplanade at I 30pm) ● STEREO
12.00 Weekend Outlook
12.05 Physics beyond Experience
RCN Nursing Update: units 9 and 10 on "Migraine - not just a headache" and "Diabetes Care - dispelling the myths", for nurses, midwives and health visitors.
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