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Norma Cradock joins Peggy and Tom Hewitt at their home in the Yorkshire village of Embsay. Peggy is a writer and Tom a graphic artist who likes to use cartoons to express religious truth. Together they explore the theme of renewal through humour.

Contributors

Unknown:
Norma Cradock
Unknown:
Tom Hewitt

In a new-look programme, deaf presenters are invited to examine the way that television covers issues that interest them. Today,
Paul Redfern looks at programmes for minority audiences and compares the ways that different linguistic minorities are cared for. With sign language interpretation.

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Redfern

A portrait of the world-famous story-telling brothers, starring Laurence Harvey
Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm are supposed to be at work on a very boring biography of a Bavarian duke, but spend most of their time writing fairy stories. Three of their most famous tales are interwoven into this film, which was shot on location in Germany. Director Henry Levin
* FILMS: pages 31-38

Contributors

Unknown:
Laurence Harvey
Unknown:
Jacob Grimm
Director:
Henry Levin

Followed by Speaking Volumes
Crimewriter P D James picks another selection of paperbacks; and Dorothy Dunnett discusses her approach to historical fiction. 0 STEREO

Contributors

Unknown:
Dorothy Dunnett

A comedy thriller starring
Rock Hudson
Claudia Cardinale
When fashionable New York psychiatrist Bartholomew
Snow is approached on a matter of national security, is he being told the truth, or having the wool pulled over his eyes?
Director Philip Dunne
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ● FILMS: pages 31-38

Contributors

Unknown:
Rock Hudson
Unknown:
Claudia Cardinale
Director:
Philip Dunne
Dr Bartholomew Snow:
Rock Hudson
Vicki:
Claudia Cardinale
General Pratt:
Jack Warden
Fitzpatrick:
Guy Stockwell
Detective Harrigan:
Brad Dexter
Smitty:
Anne Seymour
Arthur Vincenti:
Alejandro Rey
Captain Davis:
Hari Rhodes
Michelangelo Vincenti:
Vito Scotti

The Living Isles
The penultimate programme in a ten-part series exploring the natural history of the British Isles.
Sheltering with Man. Ever since our ancestors lived in caves, we have shared our lives with wildlife. The cave swallow and cave spider are as much at home with us as they were in the wild; so too are the woodworm and dry rot that came from the ancient forest. With Julian Pettifer. Producer John Downer
Executive producer Peter Crawford TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
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0 NATURE: page 7

Contributors

Unknown:
Julian Pettifer.
Producer:
John Downer
Producer:
Peter Crawford

Ian Gall visits the lakelands of Fermanagh, joining the locals at Killadeas, on the shores of Lough Erne , to sing their favourite hymns.
0 Praise Ye the Lord! (Laudate
Dominum); Abide With Me (Eventide); The Old Rugged Cross; Forth in Thy Name
(Angels' Song); How Great Thou Art!; Soul of My Saviour (Anima Christi); Rejoice!
Producer Maureen Gallagher Editor Roger Hutchings
• STEREO
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown:
Ian Gall
Unknown:
Lough Erne
Producer:
Maureen Gallagher
Editor:
Roger Hutchings

Another slice of Carla Lane 's comedy series set on Merseyside.
Freddie is reported missing and Billy's love life improves.
Director/Producer John B Hobbs • STEREO
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown:
Carla Lane
Producer:
John B Hobbs
Mrs Boswell:
Jean Boht
Billy Bosweli:
Nick Conway
Adrian Boswell:
Jonathon Morris
Joey Bosweli:
Graham Bickley
Jack Bosweli:
Victor McGuire
Aveline:
Melanie Hill
Grandad:
Kenneth Walker
LiloLill:
Eileen Pollock
Leonora Campbell:
Deborah Grant
Irenee:
Sharon Byatt

A new drama series from the producer of Howards' Way which follows the fortunes of an ambitious horse trainer, starring David McCallum, Susannah York, Mark Greenstreet

Having established himself at Arkenfield stables for the start of the 1991 Flat Season, Mike Hardy now has to prove himself as a reliable and gifted trainer. He needs a good horse and when fellow trainer Sir Neville Preston asks him to prepare one of his, Mike takes on the challenge.

STEREO
TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
COVER STORY: page 18

Contributors

Writer:
Christopher Green
Producer:
Gerard Glaister
Director:
Jeremy Summers
John Grey:
David McCallum
Rachel Ware:
Susannah York
Mike Hardy:
Mark Greenstreet
James Brant:
Nigel Davenport
Hugo Latimer:
Patrick Ryecart
Joe Hogan:
Des McAleer
Frances Ross:
Nicola King
Jack Ross:
Ken Farrington
Kath Brant:
Sarah Atkinson
Nick Peters:
Floyd Bevan
Danny Foster:
Neil Nisbet
Jimmy Rlackshaw:
George Sweeney
Stuart Saunton:
John Duval
Sir Neville Preston:
Peter Clapham

A new BBC film starring Judith Scott
Sean Bean , James Wilby Laura Simms has an exciting job as a top magazine editor, but her love life's a disaster.
Her luck seems to change when she meets Gabriel, a handsome but mysterious man who believes in old-fashioned love and marriage. This is a first script for television by Adrian Hodges and a first lead role for Judith Scott.
Sean Bean (The Field, Caravaggio) stars as Gabriel, with James Wilby (A Handful of Dust, Mother Love) as Laura's philandering ex-boyfriend.
Producer Sarah Curtis
Director Bruce Macdonald
* STEREO
* TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 W DRAMA: page 4

Contributors

Unknown:
Judith Scott
Unknown:
Sean Bean
Unknown:
James Wilby
Unknown:
Laura Simms
Television By:
Adrian Hodges
Unknown:
Judith Scott.
Unknown:
Sean Bean
Unknown:
James Wilby
Producer:
Sarah Curtis
Director:
Bruce MacDonald
Laura Simms:
Judith Scott
Gabriel Lewis:
Sean Bean
Michael Evans:
James Wilby
Connie Simms:
Rowena Cooper
Leslie Boyd:
David Lyon
Jilly:
Ursula Jones
Davina:
Laura Davenport
Deirdre:
Janet Amsbury
Julie:
Pippa Hinchley
Helen:
Candida Gubbins

Safe House. Benedict Ramsden , a Russian Orthodox priest, and his family share their
17th-century priory in Devon with potentially violent young schizophrenics. Producer Angela Tilby
Editor Jane Drabble

Contributors

Unknown:
Benedict Ramsden
Producer:
Angela Tilby
Editor:
Jane Drabble

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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