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Story: New Boots by JOYCE RUSHBY Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft , Brian Cant
in The Old Boy Network
It hardly seems possible that LESLIE SARONY , comedian, dancer, songwriter and one-time half of the famous bill-topping act, the ' Two Leslies', has been in show business for 70 years.
Since his first appearance on stage in 1911, he has performed in revues, musicals, concert parties, variety, pantomime, films and television, and he is still entertaining today.
Recorded at the Windmill Theatre, Great Yarmouth.
Programme associate JIMMY PERRY Producer DONALD SAYER
A series of seven programmes presented by Admiral of the Fleet The Lord Hill-Norton, GCB 3: Gunboat
'Send a gunboat! '-for 150 years the gunboat has been empire-builder, policeman, rescue ship and diplomat. From anti-slavery patrol to the China Station, Cod War to fishery protection, the gunboat is seapower in action, every hour of the day.
Director BILL JONES
Producer JOHN DEKKER
on the harp, plays
La Source by Hasselmans
Education for Self-Reliance Parti
Tanzania, under Julius Nyerere , has become the hope for many Third World developing countries through its forceful attachment to the philosophy of self-reliance and African socialism. This documentary film, made on location, looks at the concept of education for self-reliance in Ujamaa villages.
Producer KEN little
A BBC/Open University production
Stan and Ollie's efforts to depart on a picnic lead to a mounting wave of disaster starting with their car not starting for a start!
A Hal Roach film
The story of a warm-hearted family of pioneer stock - surviving the Depression years of the 30s and facing the war years of the 40s. starring
A promise made 21 years earlier is fulfilled when Cousin Zadok arrives for a picnic.
Based on EARL hamner jr's autobiographical novel Spencer's Mountain Written by marion Hargrove
Directed by HERBERT HIRSCHMAN
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
with Mary Astor
Peter Lorre , Sydney Greenstreet
The first of the six films directed by John Huston and starring the legendary Humphrey Bogart who died 25 years ago. Based on Dashiell Hammett's classic detective story, the film marked its director's début and confirmed Bogart's star status in his role as Sam Spade. The movie is characterised by its intricate plot, fast-paced dialogue and a mystery story surrounding the priceless black statuette.
Screenplay by JOHN HUSTON Based on a novel by DASHIELL HAMMETT
Produced by HAL B. WALLIS Directed by JOHN HUSTON
Live from London's Greenwood Theatre, television's most unpredictable half-hour. Tonight's starstudded line-up includes one of country music's most popular performers Emmylou Harris
Assistant producer CHRIS RILEY Director RON ISTED
Produced by TOM GUTTERIDGE
BBC2 Snooker Championship
The ninth frame in the series of 16 programmes for the 1982 Pot Black Trophy.
Featuring in Group One: Doug Mountjoy (Wales)
1981 World Championship finalist v David Taylor (Manchester) former World Amateur Champion Their last game in the qualifying round. Both have won against
Alex Higgins and lost to Cliff Thorburn. A place in the semi-finals awaits tonight's winner. Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee JOHN WILLIAMS Commentator TED LOWE
Director ROY NORTON
Producer REG PERRIN. BBC Birmingham
The BBC Television International Sheepdog Championship
Introduced by Phil Drabble with Eric Halsall First Semi-final:
A Welshman who enjoys sheepdog trialling as a hobby and a shepherd from Northumberland with 25 years of experience meet on the slopes above Lake Bala, North Wales, for a place in the Singles Final.
For Wales: eifion OWEN from Penygroes, with Jess For England: RON BAILEY from Ponteland, with Spot
The Brace Championship begins today when each competitor runs two dogs at the same time over the testing trials course. WILLIAM MURPHY with Albert and Roy (Ireland) V GEOFF BILLINGHAM with Trim and Jed (Scotland)
Technical co-ordinator JOHN EYNON Director MICHAEL kehr Producer IAN smith
Tomorrow sees the long-awaited opening of the new Barbican Centre for Arts and Conferences in the presence of HM The
Queen when there will be two simultaneous performances, one in the concert hall by the London Symphony Orchestra, the other in the theatre by the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Tonight Richard Baker looks at the often controversial background to the whole Barbican scheme which includes residential flats, the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, the City of London School for Girls as well as the £143 million Arts Centre, and we eavesdrop on some of the last-minute preparations including the hanging of an exhibition of French paintings in the spacious new art gallery.
With the PHILIP JONES BRASS ENSEMBLE
GENE CARR, COLIN WALDECK Film sound JOHN HOOPER BRUCS GALLOWAY
Film editor ANGUS NEWTON Producer KENNETH CORDEN
(The Barbican Opening Concert: tomorrow 7.30 pm)
Peter Snow, John Tusa , Peter Hobday and Donald MacCormick