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Starring George Sanders, Angela Lansbury

Paris, 1880: formerly penniless Georges Duroy establishes himself among the rich and begins a series of love affairs.
Films: pages 51-64

Contributors

Based on the story by:
Guy de Maupassant
Director:
Albert Lewin
Georges Duroy:
George Sanders
Clotilde de Marelle:
Angela Lansbury
Madeleine Forestier:
Ann Dvorak
Charles Foreslier:
John Carradine

Anne Kelleher discovers how different faiths in Britain exist side by side and learn to understand one another. In this first programme she meets people on a multi-faith peace pilgrimage. Director Terry Bailey
Editor Helen Alexander ● RELIGION: page 18

Contributors

Unknown:
Anne Kelleher
Director:
Terry Bailey
Editor:
Helen Alexander

From within the walls of the Tower of London,
Graham Young presents a special tenth anniversary edition of the programme which unites viewers in a service of prayer and meditation. Today's theme: Entrusted with Riches.
Producer John Kirby
Editor Helen Alexander

Contributors

Unknown:
Graham Young
Producer:
John Kirby
Editor:
Helen Alexander

The magazine programme which reflects concerns and interests of the deaf community. The British Deaf Association's centenary year ends with a service at
Westminster Abbey and carols in Trafalgar Square.
Presented in sign language by Maureen Denmark and Clive Mason. Sign language interpreters: John Lee and Brenda Mackay. Series producer Bryn Brooks

Contributors

Unknown:
Maureen Denmark
Unknown:
Clive Mason.
Unknown:
John Lee
Unknown:
Brenda MacKay.
Producer:
Bryn Brooks

Included today is a report on new food safety legislation which comes into force this week. John Craven presents the latest countryside stories, with up-to-date coverage of rural, environmental and agricultural issues.
Including at 10.50am the weather for the week ahead with John Kettley. Producer David Wallace
Editor Michael Fitzgerald

Contributors

Unknown:
John Craven
Unknown:
John Kettley.
Producer:
David Wallace
Editor:
Michael Fitzgerald

Starring
Gene Kelly , Lana Turner D'Artagnan and the King's musketeers are pitted against the forces of scheming
Cardinal Richelieu in this lavish Hollywood version of Alexander Dumas 's classic adventure.
Director George Sidney ● FILMS: pages 51-64

Contributors

Unknown:
Gene Kelly
Unknown:
Lana Turner
Unknown:
Cardinal Richelieu
Unknown:
Alexander Dumas
Director:
George Sidney
D'Artagnan:
Gene Kelly
Lady de Winter:
Lana Turner
Constance:
June Allyson
Athos:
Van Heflin
Queen Anne:
Angela Lansbury
King Louis XIII:
Frank Morgan
Richelieu:
Vincent Price
Planchet:
Keenan Wynn
Duke of Buckingham:
John Sutton
Porthos:
Gig Young
Aramis:
Robert Coote
Treville:
Reginald Owen
on BBC One London

With Lynette Lithgow. Followed by Battle of Britain 50th
Anniversary
Raymond Baxter introduces highlights of the commemorations at
Buckingham Palace in September. Her Majesty the Queen took the salute at one of the largest flypasts London has ever seen. The programme also reflects on the memorial service at
Westminster Abbey. Producer David Pickthall (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Lynette Lithgow.
Introduces:
Raymond Baxter
Producer:
David Pickthall

Starring
Albert Finney , Aileen Quinn In depression-era America, 10-year-old orphan Annie avoids her unhappy present with dreams of 'tomorrow'.
Then her luck changes when she is temporarily adopted by billionaire Daddy Warbucks. Neither's life will ever be the same again. The hit Broadway and West End musical, based on a popular comic strip, is given the lavish big-screen treatment and four new songs.
Screenplay by Carol Sobieski Director John Huston
● FILMS: pages 51-64 ● CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown:
Albert Finney
Unknown:
Aileen Quinn
Unknown:
Daddy Warbucks.
Play By:
Carol Sobieski
Director:
John Huston
Daddy Warbucks:
Albert Finney
Annie:
Aileen Quinn
Miss Hannigan:
Carol Burnett
Lily:
Bernadette Peters
Grace Farrell:
Ann Reinking
Rooster:
Tim Curry
Punjab:
Geoffrey Holder
Asp:
Roger Minami
FDR:
Edward Herrmann
Eleanor Roosevelt:
Lois Debanzie
Bert Healy:
Peter Marshall

Starring Michael Crawford as the hapless Frank Spencer.
(R)

Contributors

Writer:
Raymond Allen
Producer:
Sydney Lotterby
Frank:
Michael Crawford
Betty:
Michele Dotrice
Mr Lawrence:
Edward Hardwicke
Mr Lewis:
Glynn Edwards
Miss Butler:
Diana King
Grandad:
Dick Bentley
Man:
David Rose
Jessica:
Jessica Forte

The people of Islington in north London bring their treasures to the first
Roadshow of the new series, where the familiar team of experts encounter surprising extremes - from a chocolate
Easter egg from the 1940s, to jewelled eggs by the great
Russian jeweller Faberge. And there's the owner of the Chinese armorial plate who finds she has the most valuable dinner service ever encountered on the show.
Introduced by Hugh Scully. Producer Christopher Lewis
● MAGAZINE: the Antiques Roadshow Collection, a magazine series compiled by the team of experts in 15 weekly parts, is available from newsagents.
£ 1.50. Part 1 comes with a free binder. ● ANTIQUES: page 30
● PICTURE STORY: page 107 ● CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Introduced By:
Hugh Scully.
Producer:
Christopher Lewis

Ian Gall visits Christ Church in the suburb of Fulwood in Sheffield, and joins the local Good News van on its rounds.
Hymns: Crown Him with Many Crowns (Diademata); As the Deer Pants for the Water; Thine Be the Glory (Maccabaeus); Brother, Let Me Be Your Servant (The Servant Song); What Do You Think about Jesus?; Our God Reigns; Restore, O Lord; Lord, Thy Church on Earth Is Seeking (Abbot's Leigh).
Producer David Kremer
Editor Roger Hutchings
CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown:
Ian Gall
Producer:
David Kremer
Editor:
Roger Hutchings

Regional Variations (2)

Only Fools and Horses

Series 7

Episode 1: The Sky's the Limit

Duration: 50 minutes

on BBC One West

Classic sitcom. With his marriage in the doldrums, Rodney has started drinking too much. Meanwhile, Boycie shows off his impressive new satellite dish. Show more

First showing on network television, based on the novel by Agatha Christie , starring Peter Ustinov
Lauren Bacall
Carrie Fisher
Hercule Poirot is hoping for a relaxing sojourn in Palestine, but he should have known that death never takes a holiday.
Screenplay by Anthony Shaffer ,
Peter Buckman and Michael Winner Director Michael Winner ● FILMS: pages 51-64
● PICTURE STORY: page 107 ● CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Novel By:
Agatha Christie
Unknown:
Peter Ustinov
Unknown:
Lauren Bacall
Unknown:
Carrie Fisher
Unknown:
Hercule Poirot
Unknown:
Anthony Shaffer
Unknown:
Peter Buckman
Hercule Poirot:
Peter Ustinov
Lady Westholme:
Lauren Bacall
Nadine Boynton:
Carrie Fisher
Colonel Carbury:
John Gielgud
Mrs Emily Boynton:
Piper Laurie
Miss Quinton:
Hayley Mills
Dr Sarah King:
Jenny Seagrove
Jefferson Cope:
David Soul
Lennox Boynton:
Nicholas Guest
Carol Boynton:
Valerie Richards
Raymond Boynton:
John Terlsky
Ginevra Boynton:
Amber Bezer

Regional Variations (2)

In Sickness and in Health

Christmas Special

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

1990 Christmas Special. Alf can't understand why Mrs Hollingbery jilted him and he's hardly full of Xmas spirit!

Safe House
Fr Benedict Ramsden is a Russian Orthodox priest who lives with his wife Lilah and three of their eight children in a 17th-century priory in Devon. For the last 20 years they have shared their home with potentially violent young schizophrenics - giving them a chance of independence.
Benedict and Lilah believe that mental patients should live alongside the rest of society. But strong and humane support is needed if they are to survive the trauma of being let out.
Producer Angela Tilby

Contributors

Unknown:
Fr Benedict Ramsden
Producer:
Angela Tilby

A sparkling musical comedy from the creator of the Pink
Panther movies. Starring
Julie Andrews , James Gamer 1930s Paris: Victoria, a down-and-out singer, meets Toddy, an entertainer who conceives a plan to pass Victoria off as a female impersonator. Soon 'Victor/ Victoria' is the toast of Paris.
But complications arise, in the shape of a handsome 'King'.
Director Blake Edwards FILMS: pages 51-64 CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown:
Julie Andrews
Unknown:
James Gamer
Victor/Victoria:
Julie Andrews
KingMarchan:
James Garner
Carroll 'Toddy' Todd:
Robert Preston
Norma:
Lesley Ann Warren
Squash:
Alex Karras
André Cassell:
John Rhys-Davies
Waiter:
Graham Stark
M Labisse:
Peter Arne
Detective:
Sherloque Tanney

BBC One London

About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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