6.15 British and American
History: Warfare and Welfare
1840661 6.40 Understanding the Oceans 9617154 7.30
Outsiders In: Muslims in Europe 8539241 8.20 Los Angeles: City Of the Future?
With Philippa Forrester.
Has Dad found out about the plans for the secret party? Written by Valerie Georgeson , from a story by Joan Eadington Rpt
Episode written by Phil Redmond
Today's episode in the new wildlife series looks at apes and monkeys. Stereo
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Jon Voight appears in today's episode of the western series.
Bilko is cleaned out in a poker game.
Fantasy drama. A war orphan discovers his hair has turned bright green. But he dreams that somehow it can be a power for good. With Robert Ryan ,
Dean Stockwell and Pat O'Brien.
Director Joseph Losey(1948)
A two-part film drama about the wartime race among scientists to develop the Atom bomb. In German with English subtitles.
(Concluded next Sunday)
A roundup of the week's play in the Short/Kasparov match. Stereo
Action from the Courage
Leagues and Japan's tour of Wales. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith . With Chris Rea. Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
Series on the delights of angling. Chris Yates and Bob James go perch fishing on Hampshire's Avon accompanied by Bernard Venables. Narrated by Bernard Cribbins.
Producer Hugh Miles
A Wild Wise production for BBCtv
In November, Kenneth Clarke presents his first budget, amid warnings of the possibility of raised taxes because the government's books are in the red. Gerry Baker , the BBC's economics correspondent, looks at the Chancellor's options for redressing the balance. Producer Subniv Babuta
Editor Jane Ellison
The new series that looks at creatures as the end product of a design process follows nature's advertising campaigns. For millions of years nature's season of seduction has lured animals and plants to indulge in designing extravagant advertising displays. Producer Sara Ford
Series producer Martin Hughes-Games
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Concluding the series on the boom in British film-making in the 1960s. Michael Caine contrasts the downbeat spy he created in The Ipcress File with the fantasy world of James Bond; John Osborne recalls the huge success of Tom Jones, for which he wrote the screenplay; Sir John Gielgud remembers the rigours of filming The Charge of the Light Brigade; the Carry Ons carry on and James Fox and Mick Jagger revisit the decadence of Performance.
With Vanessa Redgrave, Dirk Bogarde, Charles Wood, Nicolas Roeg and Donald Cammell. Presented by Richard Lester.
Producers Charles Chabot, Rosemary Wilton
(Tonight's film accompanying the series, Performance, is at 10.45pm)
Last in the series of compilations of Spike Milligan 's ground-breaking comedy series Q. Executive producer John Whiston
A concert of works by each of the four composers featured in last night's documentary about the Jewish ghetto created by the Nazis during the Second World War. The Group for New Music, from Israel, performs pieces by Hans Krasa and Gideon Klein , and the BBC Philharmonic
Orchestra conducted by Israel Yinon play music by Pavel Haas and Viktor Ullmann.
"These are all works of very high quality which deserve to be heard in their own right, regardless of where they were created," says producer Simon Broughton. "What is stunning about this concert is hearing the sheer musical talent that the Nazis destroyed."
SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: with Radio 3
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Drama being shown to accompany the series Hollywood UK, starring
James Fox , Mick Jagger
Chas Devlin loves his work and the luxuries it brings - like beating people up and destroying expensive cars. But then Chas offends his employer Harry and has to hide out with a reclusive rock star in London's
Directors Nicolas Roeg and Donald Cammell (1970) Subtitled
A roundup of the play so far.