Western starring I Gregory Peck Jean Simmons
Jim McKay , a Baltimore gentleman, travels to San
Rafael to woo the daughter of a powerful landowner, but finds himself at the centre of a vicious feud.
Director William Wyler SEE FILMS pages 31-34
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Last in the series.
The Old Straight Track. Some people say ley lines are trade routes used by our prehistoric ancestors, others claim they mark the flow of earth forces.
But archaeologists insist they do not exist. Robert Symes explores the mystery.
Last of three films featuring Cornish couple Donovan and Margaret Wilkins , who make their living from water divining.
Action drama starring
Two agents go undercover to crack a ring smuggling Mexican workers over the border into California.
Director Anthony Mann
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Last in the Asian drama series.
Zara has recovered consciousness, but will she ever walk again? In Urdu with English subtitles.
A documentary about Ava Gardner , the daughter of a sharecropper who became one of Hollywood's hottest stars. Her hugely successful career spanned 44 years, but she had a troubled personal life. Following divorces from Artie Shaw and Micky Rooney , her marriage to Frank Sinatra also ended, in 1953. By the time of her death three years ago, she had made more than 50 films including Pandora and the Flying Dutchman (being shownat3.15pm).
A beautiful American socialite seems incapable of love. Then she meets a mysterious sea captain and finds herself prepared to sacrifice everything to be with him.
Writer/Director by Albert Lewin • SEE FILMS pages 31-34
Highlights from last week's editions of The Late Show.
The work of the House of Commons Select Committees. Editor Geoffrey Sumner
Live coverage from Spain of the candidates final of the World Chess Championship in which Britain's Nigel Short plays Dutch grandmaster Jan Timman for the right to challenge world champion
Garry Kasparov for his title. Introduced by Peter Snow.
Producer Annie Lewis
With Jennie Bond.
Weather Penny Tranter
Vintage rock, pop and soul from the BBC archives.
Can You Feel the Force? A look at soul music and its influence.
With performances from Aretha Franklin , the Temptations, Michael Jackson ,
Gladys Knight , Bill Withers , the Three Degrees, Labelle, Chic, Rose Royce and the Real Thing. Producer Jeannie Clark
Series producer David Jeffcock
Feature-length documentaries by independent film-makers. Memories and Dreams Melissa Llewelyn-Davies has been filming in the same Masai village in Kenya for 20 years. "After my first stay," she says, "I felt more at home there than in my own life. Memories of that period form an important part of the person that I am now." In this film, she returns to the village to provide a unique portrait of a changing society.
Series editor Andre Singer
The weekly cinema night takes a look at new release The Public Eye, starring Joe Pesci and based on the life of American crime photographer Weegee. The film focuses on Weegee's influence on movies from 40s classic Naked City through
Scorsese's Raging Bull to The Public Eye. In the cutting room of his controversial new movie Damage, director Louis Malle (whose Milou in May is being shown at 10.10pm) discusses editing. And Gremlins director Joe Dante pays tribute to
French film pioneer Georges Melies. Presented by Howard Schuman.
Series producer Saskia Baron
Series editor Paul Kerr A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv
Moving Pictures presents Louis Malle's black comedy, set in 1968 when rioting students and workers brought France to a standstill, starring Michel Piccoli, Miou-Miou
Milou's beloved mother has died, but it is impossible to organise a funeral because of the strikes. His rapacious family descend like vultures, creating turmoil and sexual mayhem. A French film with English subtitles.
SEE FILMS pages 31.34
Moving Pictures film is
Robert Wise 's 1948 boxing classic, starring Robert Ryan Audrey Totter
A boxing manager agrees that his man should "throw" his next fight. But "Stoker" Thompson, although ageing and second-rate, reckons that he can win.
• SEE FILMS pages 31-34