With Irene Dunne. Director John Cromwell
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at Leeds City Art Gallery.
With Pat O'Brien.
Direct orTed Tetzlaff
With Bob Hope , Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour. b/w
Director Hal Walker (1945)
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Medieval and Elizabethan.
Michael Barry 's Choice Cuts
Lighter Christmas puddings. A Bazal production for 8BCtv
Regional programmes shown yesterday at 2.00pm.
The invention of the cinematograph by the Lumiere brothers in 1895.
Songs of Praise
Pathe News of 1953. A Griffin production for BBCtv
Wild horses in Australia.
Nostalgia quiz hosted by Martyn Lewis.
A Mentom production for BBCtv
Ruth Mott makes mock banana with mashed parsnip and banana essence.
When Morticia's star-struck friend Trivia comes to stay,
Lurch falls desperately in love with her. B/W Subtitled
6.25 D Energy
With M People, Lisa Stansfield , D:Ream and General Levy. Presented by Normski. Director Terry Jervis
Series producer Clare Pizey
6.50 The Real McCoy
The last of two compilations from the 1992 comedy series featuring some of Britain's best black comedians.
Director Terry Jervis ; Producer Charlie Hanson
"Crazy times call for crazy organisations," says American ousmess guru Tom Peters In this Business Matters special.
Working without an office, or even a desk? Running a company without paper, secretaries or hierarchies?
These are examples of the heresies preached by Peters, whose themes are perpetual reinvention and perpetual revolution.
The profiles of four European companies, two in the UK, exemplify the themes, which
Peters expounds to a business seminar in London chaired by Brian Redhead.
Producer James Reed
Editor Brian Davies
Disappearance is the most sinister of human rights abuses. Anthony Hopkins describes how this tactic is taken to unparalleled extremes in Iraq. "Not to know what has happened to your loved ones because they have been
'disappeared' is another form of torture. All over the world people disappear in their thousands.
'I have not only learned a lot doing this programme but I also hope to raise other people's awareness about this appalling state of affairs." Director Deborah Weam
' Comedy starring
When elegant widow
Rachel Baxley is marooned on a desert island, with a hard-living seaman, romance is the last thing on her mind.
Director Robert Sherman (1988)
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Jake La Fontaine:
More hospital humour with Victor Lewis-Smith and Nickolas Grace.
Written by Victor Lewis-Smith and Paul Sparks Producer Richard Curson Smith
With Jeremy Paxman.
Presented from Scotland by Sheena MacDonald. EditorMichaelPoole
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Continuing a season of Australian films with this drama starring
A woman loses the sight of an eye and becomes dependent on the teacher who helps her to cope. With Robert Menzies.
Director Paul Cox (1986) (Starstruck is on tomorrow at 12. 10am)
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