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: Open University

6.20 Design and Innovation: the Golden Rule 1625064 6.45 Build a Better
Business - Product Development
5656489 7.10 Images: Viewingwith Electrons 6724335 7.35 Women in Television: Takingthe Credit

: Breakfast News

With signing. Subtitled ...................7909557

: Up Goes Maisie

Comedy starring
Ann Sothern
Maisie goes up in the world when she romances an inventor.
Director Harry Beaumont (1946) B/W........8497170 * FILM REVIEWS pages 47-54

Contributors

Unknown: Ann Sothern
Director: Harry Beaumont
Maisie Ravier: Ann Sothern
Joe Morton: George Murphy
Barbara Nuboult: Hillary Brooke
Tim Kingby: Horace McNally

: Rose of Cimarron

A girl whose parents were murdered by the Comanches seeks revenge when her adoptive parents are killed. (1952)

Contributors

Director: Harry Keller
Marshal Hollister: Jauk Buetel
Rose of Cimarron: Mala Powers
George Newcomb: Bill Williams
Willie Whitewater: Jim Davis

: Adventure in Baltimore

Comedy starring
Robert Young ; Shirley Temple
In 1905, a schoolgirl scandalises a town with her behaviour.
Director Richard Wallace (1949) B/W

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Young
Director: Richard Wallace
Dr Sheldon: Robert Young
Dinah Sheldon: Shirley Temple
Tom Wade: John Agar
Mr Fletcher: Albert Sharpe

: Famous Faces, Favourite Places

With Barry Cryer.

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cryer.

: Children's BBC: Charlie Chalk

Contributors

Presenter (Children's BBC): Chris Jarvis

: Dream Merchants of Asia

A three-part series on Asian film-making, beginning in Hong Kong.

: News and Weather

Subtitled (news)
Followed by Open View
Shown yesterday at 12 midnight .............90596921

: Talons

Looks at birds of prey.

: Racing from Goodwood

With races at 2.40,3.10 and 3.40. With PeterO'Sullevan, Jimmy Lindley , John Hanmer , Julian Wilson.
Producer Malcolm Kemp Stereo
Includingat
3.00 News and Weather subtitled (news)

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Lindley
Unknown: John Hanmer
Unknown: Julian Wilson.
Producer: Malcolm Kemp Stereo

: Sapphire

Murder mystery starring Nigel Patrick
This portrayal of racism in 1950s
Britain centres on a woman's death.
Director Basil Dearden (1959)

Contributors

Unknown: Nigel Patrick
Director: Basil Dearden
Det Supt Hazard: Nigel Patrick
Detlnsp Learoyd: Michael Craig
Mildred: Yvonne Mitchell
David Harris: Paul Massie
Mr Harris: Bernard Miles

: A Cook's Tour of France

Mireille Johnston samples the gastronomic delights of Burgundy. The series continues next week.

Contributors

Unknown: Mireille Johnston

: Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons

A new run of stories from
Gerry Anderson 's classic puppet series. The Inquisition. Captain Blue is in danger of revealing secrets

Contributors

Unknown: Gerry Anderson

: Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): My Late Lamented Friend and Partner

Start of a complete re-run for the cult detective series about a private investigator and his ghostly partner, first broadcast 25 years ago.
Marty is murdered while investigating a routine case. Then Jeff receives phone calls from a man claiming to be his dead partner.
First shown on ITV
See This Week: page 7

Contributors

Director: Cyril Frankel
Jeff Randall: Mike Pratt
Marty Hopkirk: Kenneth Cope
Jean Hopkirk: Annette Andre
Sorrensen: Frank Windsor

: The O Zone

The fast-moving pop show has been given a new peak-time slot and kicks off with Andi Peters on the set of Kylie Minogue's video shoot for her new single "Confide in Me". There's also D:Ream, Pet Shop Boys and Joe Cocker.
Repeated on Sunday at 11.45am
(Stereo)
See Andi Peters: page 42

Contributors

Presenter: Andi Peters
Guest: Kylie Minogue
Guests: D:Ream
Guests: Pet Shop Boys
Guest: Joe Cocker
Producer: Paul Smith

: Sounds of the 70s

The Clothes I Love to Wear.
The first in a ten-part series of vintage rock, pop and soul music looks at the style that distinguished the glam rock era. See today's choices. Director Harriet Bakewell ; Series producer
David Jeffcock

Contributors

Director: Harriet Bakewell
Unknown: David Jeffcock

: Drugs and the Detective

Edward Ellison , a former detective chief superintendent, has a controversial answer to drug pushers. He tells reporter Michael Delahaye that drugs should be available either in the shops or on prescription from the NHS.
Producer Stewart Lansley

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Ellison
Reporter: Michael Delahaye
Producer: Stewart Lansley

: Front Gardens

Starting a re-run of the six-part series tackling problem front gardens. This week, Jean Bishop looks at four small gardens in a Victorian terrace. Presented by Gay Search . Series producer Kate Kinninmont
* See Geoff Hamilton : page 34

Contributors

Presented By: Gay Search
Producer: Kate Kinninmont
Unknown: Geoff Hamilton

: World Cup Athletics

Preparation for the World Cup, being staged at Crystal Palace, was clouded by uncertainty about the British women's team, who had qualified for the first time. If second drugs test on 800 metres runner Diane Modahl has proved positive, her points in the Europa Cup qualifier will have been deducted and Britain replaced by Russia. Tonight Linford Christie runs in the men's 100 metres.
Producer Martin Webster
Editor John Rowlinson .............................1921

Contributors

Unknown: Diane Modahl
Unknown: Linford Christie
Producer: Martin Webster
Editor: John Rowlinson

: The Longest Walk

Ffyona Campbell will become the first woman to walk round the world when she arrives in John O'Groats in mid-October. Home Is Where the Start
Is begins this six-part documentary series, presented by Janet Street-Porter , which follows her on the final leg, from Spain to the UK. See today's choices.
Series producer Stephen Scott ; Executive producer JohnWhiston Stereo Subtitled ............32793
Then Video Nation Shorts Subtitled

Contributors

Unknown: John O'Groats
Presented By: Janet Street-Porter
Producer: Stephen Scott

: Newsnight

With Kirsty Wark.

Contributors

Unknown: Kirsty Wark.

: Loose Talk

Latest in the line of radio-to-television transfers is this topical talk show, best described as a cross between Question Time and Whose Line Is It Anyway? After two series on Radio 4, Loose Talk joins BBC2's Friday-night talk show line-up
(US chat-satire "The Larry Sanders Show" follows, and next week both will be joined by a new series from the legendary Alan Partridge).

Resident host Kevin Day takes Loose Talk to a different location each week, letting a panel of four comedians loose on the week's news with questions and comment from the audience. Guests on tonight's show from the Charter Hall, Colchester, include regular panellist Jeremy Hardy and Mark Steel.

Contributors

Host: Kevin Day
Panellist: Jeremy Hardy
Panellist: Mark Steel
Producer: Bill Dare
Executive Producer: Peter Fincham

: The Larry Sanders Show: Talk Show

The sharply satirical comedy about a late-night US talk show.
Starring Garry Shandling
With Billy Crystal in the guest spot, Arthur is looking at a big show and ratings, but Larry seems a bit distracted.
(Stereo)

Contributors

Larry Sanders: Garry Shandling
Hank: Rip Torn
Billy Crystal: Billy Crystal
Catherine O'Hara: Catherine O'Hara

: Weatherview

: The Fugitive

Still on the run, Dr Richard Kimble and his relentless pursuer Lt Gerard return in a new slot forthe 1960s cult series.
Starring David Janssen
Nightmare at Northoak. Kimble becomes a reluctant hero.
B/W Subtitled ...............................1177855

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Richard Kimble
Unknown: David Janssen








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