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: Our Betters

Comedy with Gilbert Roland and Constance Bennett. Director George Cukor (1933) g/lV
FILM REVIEWS pages 49-68

Contributors

Unknown: Gilbert Roland
Unknown: Constance Bennett.
Director: George Cukor

: Breakfast News

With signing. Subtitled

: The Navy Steps Out

Comedy starring Lucille Ball.
Director Richard Wallace (1941)

Contributors

Unknown: Lucille Ball.
Director: Richard Wallace

: From This Day Forward

Drama starring
Joan Fontaine and Mark Stevens.
Director John Berry (1946)

Contributors

Unknown: Joan Fontaine
Unknown: Mark Stevens.
Director: John Berry

: Play Chess

: Favourite Things

Lucinda Lambton talks to
Russell Harty.

Contributors

Talks: Lucinda Lambton
Unknown: Russell Harty.

: Dipstick

When the car won't start.

: Animal Passions

Raising Australia's flying foxes. Rpt

: Children's BBC: The Brollys

Contributors

Presenter (Children's BBC): Chris Jarvis

: The Story of English Furniture

Jacobean and Restoration.

: News and Weather

Subtitled (news)
A Little of What You Fancy
Modem-day attitudes to food.

: See Hear!

Stereo

: News and Weather

Subtitled (news)
Westminster Live
Live coverage of the House of Commons, including
Prime Minister's Questions.

: News and Weather

Regional News; Weather

: Catchword

Word game with Paul Coia.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Coia.

: Great Crimes and Trials of the 20th Century

A series looking at the most notorious criminals of the century. In Depression-hit America bank-robber John Dillinger was a folk hero to the poor citizens, but to the police and the FBI he was Public Enemy No 1.

Contributors

Unknown: John Dillinger

: Today's the Day

Daily nostalgia quiz.
Presented by Martyn Lewis.

Contributors

Presented By: Martyn Lewis.

: Underwater!

Adventure starring Jane Russell
Richard Egan
After discovering the existence of a sunken galleon, four adventurers decide to look for its famous lost treasure.
With Gilbert Roland , Lori Nelson , Robert Keith and Joseph Calleia.
Director John Sturges (1955)
FILM REVIEWS pages 49-58

Contributors

Unknown: Jane Russell
Unknown: Richard Egan
Unknown: Gilbert Roland
Unknown: Lori Nelson
Unknown: Robert Keith
Unknown: Joseph Calleia.
Director: John Sturges

: Assignment

Red Capitalism
China is undergoing an economic miracle without parallel in history. Shenzhen is a special economic zone. Here peasant fields are bulldozed for factories and their houses replaced by condominiums for the new entrepreneur millionaires. Mark Starowicz meets the young hopefuls who flood in, desperate to make their fortunes, and the exiled red guard who returned to sell window frames.
Producer Mark Starowicz
EditorGlynnJones

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Starowicz
Producer: Mark Starowicz

: Human Rights, Human Wrongs

"The appalling use of torture is widespread in many countries," says Helen Suzman , former member of parliament for the opposition in South Africa, "and ignored, even condoned, in other countries that profess to respect human rights and civilised values."
She describes how torture is now endemic in China and is spreading rapidly worldwide despite determined international efforts to halt it.

Contributors

Unknown: Helen Suzman

: Food and Drink

How to cook and carve a goose, choosing sparkling wines for the party season and apple desserts. With Chris Kelly ,
Michael Barry , Jilly Goolden and Oz Clarke.
Studio director Linda Nash
Producers Alison Field and Tim Hincks
A Bazal production for BBCtv Stereo (Repeatedtomorrowat 5.30pm)
RECIPES: are available in BBC Good Food Magazine and on Ceefax page 686.

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Kelly
Unknown: Michael Barry
Unknown: Jilly Goolden
Unknown: Oz Clarke.
Director: Linda Nash
Producers: Alison Field
Producers: Tim Hincks

: Wild Palms

The concluding part of Oliver Stone 's futuristic drama series, starring James Belushi Angie Dickinson
With Grace now dead, Harry vows to get the rest of his family back together. But, with more numbers to come, can the Senator be stopped in his quest for immortality?

Contributors

Unknown: Oliver Stone
Unknown: James Belushi
Unknown: Angie Dickinson

: 40 Minutes

Police Surgeon
"Crime is a fashion like any other," says police surgeon Dr Peter Green. "When I first started in Brixton we were getting a lot more stabbings and bitings, while punch-ups and shootings happened more in Streatham. Now things are evened out." A euphemism, it seems, since to Dr Green this means "a lot more crime of all kinds happening everywhere".
Whenever someone is found dead, drunk, overdosed or wounded, a police surgeon is summoned. Dr Green is one of 100 doctors providing a 24-hour-a-day service to London's police.
"In the end you realise all these people are victims", he says. "Even those who commit the crime can tell you awful stories about their lives.
Director Ben Fox ; Series editor Paul Watson
Meet the real-life police surgeon
SEE FEATURE page 38

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Peter Green.
Director: Ben Fox
Editor: Paul Watson

: Newsnight

With Sue Cameron.

: The Late Show

With Melvyn Bragg.

Contributors

Unknown: Melvyn Bragg.

: Weatherview

: Starstruck

The third in a late-night season of Australian films. A punk singer can't get a break in showbusiness until she tries a highwire stunt. WithJo Kennedy. DirectorGillianArmstrong(1982)
FILM REVlEWS pages 49-58








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