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: Breakfast

Peter Dobbie and Carrie Gracie. including news at 7.00, 8.00; at
7.15,8.15 sport headlines followed by Money Minute, weather, national and regional news; 7.30,8.30 news headlines; 7.35,8.35 Sport; 7.45,
8.45 business news, weather, national and regional news.

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Dobbie
Unknown: Carrie Gracie.

: Laurel and Hardy

Be Big. In the first of three programmes starring the comic duo, Stan and Ollie delay joining theirwives on holiday to attend a stag party in this newly-restored print. (BW)

: Saps at Sea

Comedy starring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy.
When work gets too much for Ollie, his doctor prescribes peace, quiet, goat's milk and an ocean voyage.
Review page 50. (1940, U) ** (BW)

Contributors

Director: Gordon Douglas
Stan: Stan Laurel
Ollie: Oliver Hardy

: Laurel and Hardy

Chickens Come Home. Ollie's plans to run for mayor are ruined when an old flame appears on the scene in this newly-restored print. (BW)

: Lured **

Crime drama. An American dancer acts as a decoy to help police catch a killer who leaves clues written in poetry. Review page 53.
Director Douglas Sirk (1947)
(BW)

Contributors

Director: Douglas Sirk
Robert Fleming: George Sanders
Sandra Carpenter: Lucille Ball
Inspector Temple: Charles Coburn
Artist: Boris Karloff
Maxwell: Alan Mowbray
Julian Wilde: Cedric Hardwicke

: The HallelujahTrail ***

Comedy western. Whiskey stocks have got dangerously low in Denver and serious drinkers are relieved to hear that a large shipment is on the way. Unfortunately for them, the local Indians and a brigade of temperance women, led by the formidable Cora Templeton Massingale, are determined to stop the wagon train reaching Denver. Review page 53.
Col Thadeus Gearhart Burt Lancaster
Director John Sturges (1965. U)

Contributors

Unknown: Cora Templeton
Unknown: Gearhart Burt Lancaster
Director: John Sturges
Cora Templeton Massingale: Lee Remick
Capt Paul Slater: Jim Hutton
Louise Gearhart: Pamela Tiffin
Oracle Jones: Donald Pleasence
Frank Wallingham: Brian Keith
Chief Walks-Stooped-Over: Martin Landau

: World Snooker Final

Live coverage from the Crucible of frames 17-24 of the world championship final - a session which last season saw a titanic battle, as Mark Williams clawed his way back into contention after fellow Welshman Matthew Stevens had built an apparently commanding lead.
Dougie Donnelly introduces the action, commentary is by Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds , Dennis Taylor , John Virgo , Willie Thorne and Steve Davis.

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Williams
Unknown: Matthew Stevens
Introduces: Dougie Donnelly
Unknown: Clive Everton
Unknown: Ray Edmonds
Unknown: Dennis Taylor
Unknown: John Virgo
Unknown: Willie Thorne
Unknown: Steve Davis.

: El Dorado

Western starring John Wayne as gunfighter Cole Thomton , who joins with old friend Sheriff JP Harrah (Robert Mitchum ) to rid the town of El Dorado of a cattle baron's hired guns. As Thornton has a paralysed arm and Harrah has taken to drink, their resolve faces a stern test. Review page 54.
Director Howard Hawks (1967. PG)

Contributors

Unknown: John Wayne
Unknown: Cole Thomton
Unknown: Robert Mitchum
Unknown: El Dorado
Cole Thornton: John Wayne
J P Harrah: Robert Mitchum
Mississippi: James Caan
Maudie: Charlene Holt
Joey MacDonald: Michele Carey
Bull Harris: Arthur Hunnicutt
Kevin MacDonald: Rg Armstrong
Bart Jason: Edward Asner
Doc Miller: Paul Fix
Nelse McLeod: Christopher George
Milt: Robert Donner
Pedro: John Gabriel
Maria: Mariana Ghane
Luke MacDonald: Johnny Crawford
Saul MacDonald: Robert Rothwell
Matt MacDonald: Adam Roarke
Jared MacDonald: Chuck Courtney

: World Snooker Final

Live coverage as the world championship final reaches its climax, with a possible 11 frames to be played at Sheffield's Crucible theatre tonight.
Last year history was made as Mark Williams became the first left-hander to win snooker's biggest prize in the first ever all-Welsh final. Williams had been adrift 12-6 and then 13-7 against compatriot Matthew Stevens , but then put together a run of seven frames out of eight to level the match at 14-14. The tension continued before
Williams eventually prevailed with an 18-16 victory.
Introduced by Dougie Donnelly , with commentary from
Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds , Dennis Taylor , John Virgo ,
Willie Thorne and Steve Davis. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/snooker

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Williams
Unknown: Matthew Stevens
Introduced By: Dougie Donnelly
Unknown: Clive Everton
Unknown: Ray Edmonds
Unknown: Dennis Taylor
Unknown: John Virgo
Unknown: Willie Thorne
Unknown: Steve Davis.

: Dad's Army

Don't Fence Me In. In an episode first shown in 1970, the platoon is sent to guard a prisoner of war camp.
Written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft ; Producer David Croft

Contributors

Written By: Jimmy Perry
Written By: David Croft
Producer: David Croft
Captain: Mainwaring Arthur Lowe
Sergeant Wilson: John Le Mesurier
Lance Corporal Jones: Clive Dunn
Private Frazer: John Laurie
Private Walker: James Beck
Private Godfrey: Arnold Ridley
Private Pike: Ian Lavender
General Montevardi: Edward Evans
Captain Bailey: John Ringham
Italian PoW: Larry Martyn

: Steptoe and Son

Oh, What a Beautiful Mourning. When another of Albert's 16 brothers and sisters passes away there's no love lost between the family, in this episode first shown in 1972. Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson
Producer John Howard Davies

Contributors

Written By: Ray Galton
Written By: Alan Simpson
Producer: John Howard Davies
Harold: Harry H Corbett
Albert: Wilfrid Brambell
Uncle Arthur: George A Cooper
Caroline: Yvonne Antrobus
Auntie Minnie: Mollie Sugden
Uncle Nobby: Tommy Godfrey
Potty Aida: Rita Webb
Jeffrey: Simon Cord
Joyce: Queenie Watts
Elsie: Stella Moray
Jessie: Margaret Flint
Alice: Gilly Flower

: The Natural World

Everglades - to Hell and Back. Florida's Everglades, a steamy, subtropical water world, are a haven for spectacular wading birds and fish and a refuge for the threatened
Florida panther and the manatee, a whale-like mammal.
But this unique habitat is vulnerable to human encroachment and endures an extreme climate prone to both hurricanes and droughts. Narrated by Tim Pigott-Smith .
Producer Bernard Walton ; Series editor Neil Nightingale
Followed by Turning Points Steven Berkoff recalls his decision to become an actor.

Contributors

Unknown: Tim Pigott-Smith
Producer: Bernard Walton
Editor: Neil Nightingale
Unknown: Steven Berkoff

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Women and Allegory Gender and Sculpture
42779 1.00 La Bonne Formule - a look at science in France 49243 1.30 Cinema forthe Ears
Secondary Schools 2.00 History Medicine through Time Languages 4.00 Europuzzle France - what it means to be French; Talk French (pts 1- 2)
Languages for Work 5.00 Make French Your Business 2 Open University 6.00 Kedleston Hall 69934 6.30 Open Advice Time for You Ends 7.00am.








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