With signing and subtitles. Stereo,
Crime drama, the first of three films featuring Humphrey Bogart
Also starring James Cagney
Returning home from the First World
War, Eddie Bartlett finds that his old job has been filled, but a chance meeting introduces him to the world of bootlegging.
Director Raoul Walsh (1939, PG) B/W * See Films: pages 49-58 ****
Spy drama, second of three filmsfeaturing Humphrey Bogart
Also starring Sydney Greenstreet
Rick Leland is given a fake dishonourable discharge from the US army and assigned to find suspected enemy agents. Rick Leland
HUMPHREY BOGART , Alberta Marlow MARY ASTOR, Dr Lorenz SYDNEY GREENSTREET, A V Smith CHARLES HALTON , Joe Totsuiko VICTOR SEN YUNG
Director John Huston (1942) B/W .... ♦ See Films: pages 49-58 ★★★
Crime drama, third in a triple bill featuring Humphrey Bogart
Also starring Edward G Robinson, Lauren Bacall
Disillusioned Second World War veteran Frank McCloud arrives at a remote hotel on the Florida Keys to find it under the control of mobster Johnny Rocco.
Director John Huston (1948, PG) B/W
See Films: pages 49-58
Documentary about the history of the Shakers, a religious group founded by illiterate factory worker Ann Lee from Manchester. The nine Shakers who arrived in America in 1774 grew to over 6,000 by 1840 and made some of America's most beautiful architecture.
Another chance to see Dr Jonathan Miller 's highly-praised production of Bach's St Matthew Passion. Performed in the round, soloists, chorus and orchestra participate as actors in this moving drama. The cast includes tenor Rufus Muller as the Evangelist, countertenor Jonathan Peter Kenny and bass-baritone Richard Jackson as Christus. Producer Tony Cash; Director Dr Jonathan Miller
Quiz, with Martyn Lewis. COMPETITION LINE: [number removed] (39p per min cheap rate, 49p per min other times). Unes close daily at midnight
Hosted by Fern Britton.
A former carthief and a convicted murderer's wife are among those discussingthe dilemma of reporting a loved one to the police, stereo ...........
Herman's Happy Valley. Herman buys ten acres of an idyllic holiday hideaway - in the desert. b/w
The Night People. Strange events befall Sharron while on holiday in Cornwall.
Richard Barrett WILLIAM GAUNT, Sharron MacReady
ALEXANDRA BASTEDO , Craig Stirling STUART
DAMON, Tremayne ANTHONY NICHOLLS , Douglas
Trennick TERENCE ALEXANDER. Mrs Trennick
ADRIENNE CORRI , Porth DAVID LODGE
Written by Donald James ; Director Robert Asher
First shown on ITV
The introduction of rationing in January 1940 resulted in a great deal of creative cooking. Ruth Mott prepares breast of lamb coated in egg and breadcrumbs.
Producer Keith Sheather
A 12-part series hosted by Simon King with the latest information on practical ways to watch wild animals and birds.
Tonight's advice includes the places to find the most beautiful wild flowers and butterflies, how to locate the few remaining areas still inhabited by wild hares, and the steps to take if you come across an abandoned fox cub.
Producer Yvonne Ellis ; Series producer Mike Beynon FOR INFORMATION: access the Internet: the URL address is: http://www.bbcnc.org.uk/tv/watchout/ or record the closing titles and play back on still frame or E-mail your information on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Musicians Aly Bain from Shetland and Jay Ungar from New York are joined by top country and traditional singers, songwriters and instrumentalists from Scotland, Ireland and North America. In the first in a six-part series, US star Emmylou Harris and Ireland's Mary Black sing Wheels of love, Canada's Michelle Wright performs Guitar Talk with Scotland's Karen Matheson , and Nashville star Kathy Mattea duets with Dougie MacLean from Scotland.
Producers Douglas Eadie and Mike Alexander
Easter Monday at Donington sees the opening round of the British Touring Car Championships. Tiff Needell previews the cars and drivers, including reigning champion John Cleland in the all-new Vauxhall Vectra. Steve Berry visits
Marseilles where he tests the latest
Yamaha Superbike on the Paul Ricard circuit and talks to works riders
Niall Mackenzie and James Whitham.
Series producer Ken Pollock ; Executive producer
Gay Search joins the Easter crowds at a garden centre and shows how to bring instant spring colourto small gardens without spending a fortune. Plus, a look at how an informal garden co-operative run on a London street is giving the area a sense of community, while Nick Wray visits a Dorset garden specially planted to attract butterflies. Hosted by Geoff Hamilton from Bamsdale.
Series producer John Percival ; Executive producer
TonyLaryea Stereo Subtitled ............ * See Geoff Hamilton : page 34
Tomorrow marks the centenary of the modern
Summer Olympic Games, which began in Athens on 6 April, 1896.
This anniversary is celebrated with a look back over key moments in the history of the world's greatest festival of sport with stars including British gold medallists Linford Christie , Sally Gunnell and Sebastian Coe. With
Desmond Lynam. See today's choices. Producer Graham Wellham
Editor Philip Bernie ♦ See This Week: page 8
TV presenterand Manchester United fan Angus Deayton joins Crystal Palace supporterand ventriloquist Roger de Courcey plus sidekick Nookie Bear as this week's guest managers. Hosted by flat-sharing football fanatics
Frank Skinner and David Baddiel.
Director Peter Orton ; Producer Andy Jacobs
Another chance to see the third episode of the drama about five friends from college who share a house.
(Shown on Monday at 9.45 pm) (For cast see Monday)
Followed by Weatherview
More anarchic comedy and manic monologues from satirical comedian Alexei Sayle and his guests. Including another episode of would-be Australian hospital drama Psycho Ward Eleven. Director Metin Huseyin ; Producer Alan Nixon
Roddy McDowall , Tuesday Weld
Senior student Alan Musgrave decides to guide the life of the beautiful but naive Barbara Ann Greene
Director George Axelrod (1966) B/W * See Films: pages 49-58 ***
Alan Mollymauk Musgrave:
Barbara Ann Greene:
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