A look at the insect world.
Model Mirella D'Angelo. (Rpt;
The problems facing the Peak District National Park. (Rpt;
Starring Dennis O'Keefe
Soldier Monty Brewster returns home to find he has inherited $8,000,000.
Director Allan Dwan (Black and white) FILMS: pages 33-40
A cold-blooded cuckold embarks on a fiendish plot for the perfect murder. With Sally Gray. Director Edward Dmytryk (B/w) ● FILMS: pages 33-40
A documentary about colonial warfare.
Painter Robert Bates.
The world of childhood, narrated by Judi Dench.
and Regional News; Weather
A tough captain leads a mission against the Apache. With
Barbara Payton and Ward Bond. Director Gordon Douglas (B/w) ● FILMS: pages 33-40
Valley of Animals. Romantic novelist Elma Williams.
Determined to track down renegades smuggling ammunition to the Indians,
Calamity Jane teams up with dentist "Painless" Peter Potter , but the duo make an explosive combination.
Director Norman Z McLeod
● FILMS: pages 33-40
Geoff Hamilton and the team with the latest tips and stories from the gardening world, plus practical advice from Barnsdale. Series producer Rosemary Forgan Executive producer Tony Laryea
A Catalyst Television production for BBCtv
0 BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: f 1.45 from newsagents. ● GARDENING: page 10
Series on Asian affairs.
Women of the Koran. They have no religious vocation but they're shut away from the world like nuns in order to preserve the wealth of feudal families. They long to marry and have families, but are condemned to spinsterhood that drives some of them mad.
This report reveals the tragedy of "brides of the Koran" who fear violence, even death at the hands of their families if they try to escape their misery. "My wishes died the day I was married to the Koran," says one. Producer Farah Durrani
Series producer Charles Bruce ● STEREO
The summer's best performers, many now laden with Olympic medals from the recent games in Barcelona, go in search of another prize at the IAAF/Mobil Grand Prix Final in Turin, the climax of the athletics grand prix season. Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey and Paul Dickenson. Introduced by Helen Rollason with David Moorcroft.
Producer Martin Webster
Editor Philip Bernie
Documentary series about perceptions of good and bad taste in the British home.
They're Not Holding the Ceiling Up. In Britain, anything goes so long as it's old. The problem is which version of oldness to choose. And does it matter if you cheat? Phil and Ann's council house has a cottagey stately home kind of feel. Mark and Kathryn have installed brand new "old" oak beams.
Wendy and Andrew avoid real antiques for fear of woodworm, while Richard and Abigail wouldn't dream of buying reproduction.
Producer Christopher Salt
Series producer Nicholas Barker
Presented by Sue Cameron.
Isabel Hilton of The
Independent reviews the week's press.
A Granada production for BBCtv
Tubular Bells II
The world premiere of Mike Oldfield 's newly revised and rewritten version of his 70s classic, the album that launched Richard Branson 's empire, performed on the Edinburgh Castle Esplanade. In aid of the Prince's Trust, Mike Oldfield leads a 20-strong band, including percussionists, guitarists, keyboard players, a pianist and an opera singer, as well as 16 pipers. Instruments introduced by John Gordon-Sinclair .
Presented by Tracey MacLeod. Producer Mike Newman Editor John Archer STEREO
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