followed by The Weather
followed by The Weather
They compete for $50,000 prize-money over 54 holes of stroke-play on three Japanese courses.
$25,000 for the winner $15,000 for second $10,000 for third
Tonight: Round 1 at Kasumigaseki Country Club
Produced in Japan by the Tokyo Broadcasting System
A decade of glitter, of the Charleston and the flapper? Or a time when violence was never far below the surface and occasionally erupted?
A historical film compilation to introduce BBC-2's new series of plays based on authors of the Twenties.
Commentary written and spoken by Malcolm Muggeridge.
'The Twenties' is an era which people are inclined to view through rose-coloured spectacles. The older generation remembers it with a kind of nostalgia, the younger generation has heard of its glamour. Both visions are true. This programme, which includes a good deal of film of the period never before seen, attempts to put the decade in its historical and sociological perspective and to reflect what ordinary people were doing at the time.
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by Emile Zola
dramatised in five parts by Robert Muller
Nana is now the toast of Paris. The rich banker, Steiner, has bought her a country house; but she is determined to enslave the Empress's Chamberlain, Count Muffat, who she believes has tricked her.
The second of two programmes featuring the Canadian poet-novelist-musician.
Leonard Cohen calls himself 'an intellectual gypsy.' He became a writer by accident and his songs developed from readings of his own poems which he accompanied on the guitar.
The weekly arts magazine.
Albert Finney talks about his latest starring role, his first feature as director.
Is Success Our Dirty Little Secret?
Norman Podhoretz, distinguished American writer and editor, talks to Karl Miller about his controversial new book Making It.
A Season in Hell
Arthur Rimbaud, French poet, explorer, gun-runner, slave-trader, partner with Verlaine in one of the most scandalous liaisons of the nineteenth century - the man who gave up writing when he was only twenty... A new play about him opens next week at the Royal Court Theatre, London. Release explores his life, one of the strangest mysteries in literature.
a Saturday diversion.
featuring this week's group The Hollies.
Starring Bill Travers, George Cole
A young Hebridean goes to the mainland in search of a bride but comes back empty-handed.