The season of films by the French comedian continues.
Monsieur Hulot continues his meandering life, looking for a friend in a modern glass and steel office block in which he is bound to get lost. Also with Barbara Dennek and Georges Montant.
My Uncle (Mon Uncle) is tomorrow at 8.15am (1967). * FILM REVIEWS pages 47-70
Dr Susan Greenfield is the first woman to present the lectures since they were introduced by Faraday in 1826. She asks how what we do, think, feel and experience is related to electrical signals travelling to and from the brain.
(Through a Glass Darkly, tomorrow 1.15pm)
Booklet: for a booklet based on the lectures please send a cheque for Â£3.50 payable to BBC Education, to [address removed]
Caroline van den
Lighthearted swashbuckling pirate adventure starring
Landingon the Caribbean island of Cobra to sell stolen guns and ammunition to the rebel leader "El Libre", buccaneer
Captain Vallo, the Crimson Pirate, plans to double his profit by betrayingthe rebels.
Gunfight at the OK Corral is on tomorrow at 4.00pm
Director Robert Siodmak (1952) Subtitled. * FILM REVIEWS pages 47-70
Starring Patrick Stewart
Darmok. The Enterprise receives a signal from the Children of Tama, an alien race with no history of violence but whose language has been classified as incomprehensible. After attempts are made to communicate Jean-Lucfinds himself beamed to the surface of a nearby planet, facingthe alien captain, unable to be rescued by the ship, and being offered a weapon.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard:
Commander William Riker:
Lt Commander Data:
Dr Beverly Crusher:
Lt Commander Geordi LaForge:
Counsellor Deanna Troi:
Tamarian First Officer:
Comedy shown as part of the season of musicals from the 50s. Starring
Bing Crosby , Grace Kelly
Time is short if playboy composer C K Dexter-Haven is to reclaim his beautiful ex-wife Tracy Lord before she marries someone else - especially with cynical reporter Mike Connor caught up in the classy romantic complications. Featuring nine Cole Porter songs, including True Love, I Love You
Samantha, Little One, Now You Has Jazz, Well, Did You Evah? and You 're Sensational.
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is on Friday 30 December at 4.00pm; Director Charles Walters
(1956) Subtitled ......................... * FILM REVIEWS pages 47-70
Mrs Seth Lord:
Trinity College, Cambridge who beat Brasenose, Oxford, now take on Queens, Belfast, one of the highest scoring runners-up in a bid to get through to the quarterfinals of the ultimate student quiz. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
American comedy series about one woman's recipe for survival.
A Car and a Kiss. Afteryearsof teeteringon the edge of survival,
Grace's carfinally calls it a day and she must face the singular experience of dealing with Loomis Lemon , second-hand car dealer extraordinaire.
Meanwhile, Libby is caught playing house with her best friend.
First showing on network television for Oliver Stone's Oscar-winning historical drama, starring Kevin Costner Sissy Spacek and Tommy Lee Jones.
On 22 November 1963, President Kennedy was assassinated, and America was changed for ever. Initially, a nation angry and saddened was satisfied with the guilt of Lee Harvey Oswald. But New Orleans prosecutor Jim Garrison was convinced of a conspiracy, and set out to prove that there was more than one gunman involved. He put forward his case, as dramatised here, in a prosecution of businessman Clay Shaw for complicity in Kennedy's murder. (Timewatch: The Mysterious Career of Lee Harvey Oswald, tomorrow at 2.15pm.)
Film reviews pages 47-70
Lee Harvey Oswald:
Senator Russell Long:
British horror starring Larry Dann, Murray Melvin
Three friends arrive at a mysterious country house for a weekend's shooting unaware that something terrifying and deadly haunts the cobwebbed halls. Look out for Twiggy's husband Leigh Lawson, 60s icon Marianne Faithfull, and Penelope Keith, better known for her TV comedies.
Return to Glennascaul, Friday 30 December at 8.05am
FILM REVIEWS pages 47-70
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