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: Breakfast News

With signing.

: Canvas

Renoir's La Loge.
Rpt

: Breakingthe Chain

The progress of a group of unemployed youngsters on a strenuous outdoor adventure course in Wales.

: Laurel and Hardy's Laughing 20s

This compilation pays affectionate tribute to the two stars. Producer Robert Youngson (1965)

Contributors

Producer: Robert Youngson

: Once upon a Honeymoon

FILM Wartime comedy
drama, starring Cary Grant
Ginger Rogers
A radio correspondent comes to the rescue of an American showgirl on the run from her Nazi husband. Director Leo McCarey (1942)

Contributors

Unknown: Cary Grant
Unknown: Ginger Rogers
Director: Leo McCarey

: East Anglian Gardens

Hoveton Hall.

: Things Don't Happen to Boats Like This

The story of the sinking of the steamer Princess
Victoria in the Irish Sea 40 yearsago.

: Children's BBC: Gordon T Gopher

(Rpt)

Contributors

Presenter (Children's BBC): Chris Jarvis

: Ever Thought of Sport?

The last in the series looks at canoeing.

: Racing

From Ascot, featuring races at 2.30, 3.05 and 3.35. Producer Wendy Sheppard
Including at
2.55 News Subtitled; Weather

Contributors

Producer: Wendy Sheppard

: News and Weather

Regional News; Weather

: Today's the Day

: People of the Valley

In Welsh with English subtitles.

: Wines of Australia

The Antipodean wine-growing revolution. A First Growth production for BBCtv

: Food and Drink

: Star Trek

Turnabout Intruder. Captain Kirk's men are driven to mutiny. Rpt

: Defli Standing Room Only

I Football fanzine show looks at the Fantasy
Football craze, and asks what it is like to support the worst team in the world. With
Simon O'Brien and Shelley Webb. Producer Alan Humdall

Contributors

Unknown: Simon O'Brien
Unknown: Shelley Webb.
Producer: Alan Humdall

: Young Musician of the Year

Woodwind Final
Five more young musicians compete for a place in the final. (TomorrowPercussionffnal)

: Timewatch

Racism or Realism? - A History of Immigration
In 1954 Sir Winston Churchill remarked that
_ itwas "the single most important question facing the cabinet, but I cannot get my ministers to take notice".
While the British government publicly operated an open-door policy to immigrants, in private it was terrified about the growing black population. Documents released under the 30-year rule and obtained by Timewatch reveal the government's true concerns were for interbreeding and therefore diluting the essential British character, rising crime, and health problems as immigrants came from colonies riddled with disease.
Jonathan Dimbleby hosts a debate with representatives from the government and civil service in the 50s and 60s including Enoch Powell and John Bean , a founder member of the British National Party.
Producer Jonathan Stamp ; Edrtor Laurence Rees

Contributors

Unknown: Winston Churchill
Unknown: Jonathan Dimbleby
Unknown: Enoch Powell
Unknown: John Bean
Producer: Jonathan Stamp
Producer: Edrtor Laurence Rees

: Screen Two: Dirtysomething

When Dog and Becca meet at the _ Glastonbury Festival,
It's Crusty Love at first sight.
With his trusty hound Leggit and fellow "traveller" Captain Larry, the happy couple trade a life on the road for the relative security of a squat. But the squat becomes a home and a home, however humble, demands home improvements - and an income to support them.
Can Dog and Becca remain true to their roots? Or will colour charts and shelving units get the better of them? Peter Saimi and Carl Prechezer ' s comedy pits the hippy ideals of the New Age against the yuppy aspirations of suburbia.
Rachel Weisz , recently seen as Mathilde in Scarlet and Black, stars as Becca; Rufus Sewell
(Will Ladislaw from Middlemarch) plays her boss Clive, and Bernard Hill, making his second appearance in this season of Screen Two after Skallagrigg, plays Captain Larry.
A Skreba production for BBCtv

Contributors

Writer: Peter Saimi
Director/writer: Carl Prechezer
Becca: Rachel Weisz
Clive: Rufus Sewell
Dog: Paul Reynolds
Bill: Walter Sparrow
Juliet: Susannah Doyle

: Screen Firsts: Wanted

A boy embarks on a strange journey with a man trying to re-capture his past.
Producer Matthew Rose
Written and directed by Jo Snoop

Contributors

Producer: Matthew Rose
Directed By: Jo Snoop
Randall: Philip Davis
Ewl: John Bracegirdle
Voice: Nick Gatt
Shirley: Emma Knott

: Party Political Broadcast

By the Conservative Party. With subtitles.

: Newsnight

Presented by Peter Snow.

Contributors

Presented By: Peter Snow.

: Late Media

Topical reports including the LWT story. With
Tracey Macleod.

Contributors

Unknown: Tracey MacLeod.

: Weatherview

: Orphee

FILM Fantasy. Orphee, a young poet, becomes dangerously fascinated by a mysterious princess. A French film with English subtitles.
Written and directed by Jean Cocteau (1950)
FILM REVIEWS pages 57-67

Contributors

Directed By: Jean Cocteau








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