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: The Travel ShowUK Mini Guides

The attractions of the Lincolnshire Wolds.

: Ours to Keep

The problems of conserving the historic city of York, whose inhabitants increasingly rely on tourism for a living.

: The Kidnappers

Children's drama starring
Duncan Macrae
Into their hard-hearted grandfather's Nova Scotia home come two orphan boys.
Director Philip Leacock
0 SEE FILMS pages 35-40

Contributors

Unknown: Duncan MacRae
Director: Philip Leacock
Jim MacKenzie: Duncan MacRae
Grandma: Jean Anderson
Kirsty MacKenzie: Adrienne Corri
Harry: Jon Whitely
Davy: Vincent Winter
WillemBloem: Theodore Bikel
JanHooftSr: Francis de Wolff
ArronMcNab: James Sutherland
Andrew McCleod: John Rae
Dominie: Jack Stewart
JanHooftJr: Christopher Beeny

: A Woman's Face

Melodrama starring Ingrid Bergman
Scarred as a child, Anna Holm has become a misanthropic blackmailer. Then her crimes bring her into contact with a plastic surgeon who offers her the chance of a new life.
Director Gustaf Molander
0 SEE FILMS pages 35-40

Contributors

Unknown: Ingrid Bergman
Unknown: Anna Holm
Director: Gustaf Molander
Anna Holm: Ingrid Bergman
Dr Allan Wegert: Anders Henrikson
MrsVeraWegert: Karin Kavli
Torsten Barring: Georgry Deberg
Lars-Erik Barring: Goran Bernhard

: One Man's Forest

Worcestershire naturalist
Norman Hickin shares the secrets of the Wyre forest.

Contributors

Unknown: Norman Hickin

: Today's Gourmet

Jacques Pepin prepares sauteed eggplant rolls, red snapper in potato jackets with salad, and baked apple tart.

Contributors

Unknown: Jacques Pepin

: Made by Man

The craft of the organ maker.

: Fingermouse

Puppet fun.

: The Wild Side of Town

The last of five explorations of the green parts of the city.
Every year more urban green sites are flattened by bulldozers, but local people can take action to stop this and make space for wildlife.

: News; Weather

Followed by The Wooldridge View To the Limit and Beyond. Ian Wooldridge goes behind the excitement of the Royal Navy's annual field-gun competition to investigate the discipline and danger that go into the forging of a field-gunner.

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Wooldridge

: News; Weather

Followed by World Darts
Highlights from yesterday's quarter-finals from the Lakeside Country Club, Frimley Green, Surrey.
Including at
3.50pm News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather

: Catchword

Word game with Paul Coia.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Coia.

: Behind the Headlines

Shyama Perera looks at the world of media, entertainment and the arts in the topical talk show.

Contributors

Unknown: Shyama Perera

: Film 93 Special

Kevin Costner , the award-winning actor and director, talks to Barry Norman.
(Shown on Tuesday at 10.25pm, BBClj

Contributors

Unknown: Kevin Costner
Unknown: Barry Norman.

: Stingray

Classic 1960s puppet series.
Raptures of the Deep. The gang find themselves in a mysterious underwater jewelled forest.

: The Man from UNCLE: The Birds and the Bees Affair

Spy drama from the 60s.

Invisible killer bees invade UNCLE's Swiss section.

: Doctor Who: The Genesis of the Daleks

First of a classic story from 1975, starring Tom Baker.
The Doctor finds himself stranded on the planet of the Daleks.
Written by Terry Nation.

Contributors

Writer: Terry Nation
Producer: Philip Hinchcliffe
Director: David Maloney
Doctor Who: Tom Baker

: Lessons in Freedom

This Education Special makes a return visit to Liverpool's
Scotland Road Free School 21 years after the BBC first filmed there. A bold experiment erupted on the establishment in the summer of 1971 - the school had no rules, no curriculum, no uniforms. Funds were meagre, facilities few. Yet, despite opposition, the school struggled against the odds for four years. Producer Dick Foster

: Front Gardens

First of six programmes that tackle problem front gardens, with the help of top garden designers. This week Jean Bishop gives a new look to four small gardens in a Victorian terrace. Presented by Gay Search.
Series producer Kate Kinninmont A Catalyst production for BBCtv
SEE PREVIEW page 12

Contributors

Producer: Kate Kinninmont

: Rab C Nesbitt: Lesson

Starring Gregor Fisher
Look back in anger with Nesbitt, the 40-year-old schoolboy playing hooky from life.
With Elaine C Smith, Tony Roper and Barbara Rafferty

Contributors

Rab C Nesbitt: Gregor Fisher
Unknown: Elaine C Smith
Unknown: Tony Roper
Unknown: Barbara Rafferty
Writer: Ian Pattison
Director/Producer: Colin Gilbert

: Arena

The Graham Greene
Trilogy
Arena's 1993 season opens with this three-part exploration of the life and work of the enigmatic writer. Greene's obsessions with the seedy world of love, sex, betrayal, disloyalty and failure influenced millions of readers over 60 years. With extracts read by Sir Alec Guinness. England Made Me (1904-39) Tonight's film examines the failures and successes of Greene's early career; investigates his conversion to Catholicism; and explores his intense but unhappy marriage. It includes the first interview with his widow Vivien. Part 2 is tomorrow, part 3 on Sunday. Director Donald Sturrock
Series editors Nigel Finch , Anthony Wall

Contributors

Read By: Sir Alec Guinness.
Director: Donald Sturrock
Editors: Nigel Finch

: Newsnight

With Sue Cameron.

: Weatherview

: World Darts

Semi-final highlights..

: The War Is Over

(La Guerre estfinie)
Alain Resnais 's fourth feature is tonight's Classic
French Cinema film, starring Yves Montand Spanish exiles in Paris plot to overthrow France 25 years after the end of the civil war.
In French with English subtitles.
• SEE FILMS pages 35-40

Contributors

Unknown: Alain Resnais
Diego: Yves Montand
Marianne: Ingrid Thulin
Nadine: Genevieve Bujold








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