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Yesterday's parliamentary proceedings.
Highlights from one of yesterday's NatWest Bank
Trophy quarter-final matches.
When American Richard Bruce arrives in London he finds himself caughtupinacaseof blackmail and kidnapping.
Director Ernest B Schoedsack (1933)
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Lady Rockingham LAURA:
Olivia de Havilland
Life gets complicated for secretary Smokey Allard when her new boss arrives on the scene to help increase output in an arms factory.
Director Dudley Nichols (1943)
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First in an eight-part documentary series about
Westminster and Parliament.
Royal Westminster. Narrated by Anthony Quayle.
Children's puppet adventures.
First in a six-part series.
The High Andes. Alookat plants and animals adapted to cold, drought and rarefied air.
Followed by Caution, Bullies at Work! Michael Delahaye reports on those whose lives have been ruined by office tyrants.
Followed by The Yanomami Indians of Brazil
Since 1987, thousands of goldminers have devastated the lush rainforest on the borders of Brazil and Venezuela, wiping out over 20,000 Indians.
3.45 Richmond Stakes (6f)
4.15 Tote Gold Trophy Stakes (Handicap. Im4f).
3.55pm News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather
Comedy starring Adolphe Menjou, Carole Landis.
Wealthy playboy Drogo Gaines is committed to a "rest" home by his fiancee. But he escapes.
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Col Carleton Carraway:
Cult sci-fi series, starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy
A demand from the Federation for Kirk to provide special security for a shipment of precious cereal goes very much against the grain, particularly when the Enterprise becomes home for Uhura's new pet - a very productive tribble.
The classic family western, starring James Amess
The Good People. When an innocent man is lynched by a cattle rancher and his son, the wrong man is tried for murder. Matt begins to suspect a cover-up.
At Play on Golden Mountain A look behind the scenes of international golf and how it is managed by both amateur and professional bodies throughout the world. Written and narrated by Bruce Critchley. Director/Producer Donna Geils
Executive producer Laurence St John
The bookies were the only winners when the well-backed favourites Bravefoot, Norwich and Her Honour lost their races. But all three horses were doped. The needleman for a gang of racehorse dopers claims that he has been
"stopping" big-race favourites for the last four years.
On the Line examines the limits of racehorse security, the racecourse laboratory and the law, and talks to trainers, owners, jockeys and bookmakers. Editor VyvSimson
Executive producerTony Moss
The season of classic BBC plays from the 60s and 70s continues with Peter Nichols 's comedy about the great British picnic, with music by Manfred Mann and Mike Hugg. Equipped with all the paraphernalia - cine-camera, transistor radio, barbecued chicken, fold-up kitchen sink - a Bristol family braves the rural traffic jams for a spot of al fresco over-indulgence. Cynical teenage son Mike sneers at it all but, when he wanders off into the bracken for a little romantic diversion, does he know what to expect?
Director Christopher Morahan
A Late Show film celebrating the 100th birthday of the airbrush. Presented by Michael Bracewell. Producer Tim Kirby
Editor Janice Hadlow
Presented by Francine Stock.
The weekly multicultural debate programme in which a selection of people from different ethnic backgrounds discuss a controversial topical issue. The studio audience of 100 people is chosen to reflect the nation as a whole in terms of culture, class, age, sex, religion and ethnic origin. Presented by Trevor Phillips.
A Juniper production for BBCtv
Early photographers played a significant part in the exposure of slum racketeering and the reform of child labour laws.