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in conversation with lain Johnstone a Film 82 Special
At this year's Academy Awards Warren Beatty won the Best Director Oscar for his film Reds. In this interview he talks about his roles as writer, producer, director and star of the movie, and about his life and work in general.
Executive producer BARRY BROWN Producer ANN FREER
(Iain Johnstone interviews Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward tomorrow at 6.10)

Contributors

Unknown:
Warren Beatty
Producer:
Barry Brown
Unknown:
Iain Johnstone
Unknown:
Paul Newman
Unknown:
Joanne Woodward

The second of seven programmes.
From The Assembly Rooms, Derby, Gerald Harrison introduces BBC2's brass band knockout competition. Programme 2, Round 1
Scottish Champions, Whltburn Burgh Band, conducted by MAJOR PETER PARKES , battle it out for a place in the first semi-final and a chance to win 11,500 against the Clacton-on-Sea Co-Operative Band, current London and Southern Region Champions, conducted by ROBERT HOWARD. with guest supporters
Ken Bruce and John Dunn
Judges Lt-Col Trevor L. Sharpe. MVO, OBE, Bernard Keeffe
Sound NEIL MURRAY. Lighting GORDON WHITE Designers BRIAN ELLIS , TOM YARDLEY JONES Producer KEN GRIFFIN

Contributors

Introduces:
Gerald Harrison
Unknown:
Peter Parkes
Conducted By:
Robert Howard.
Unknown:
Ken Bruce
Unknown:
John Dunn
Unknown:
Bernard Keeffe
Unknown:
Neil Murray.
Unknown:
Gordon White
Designers:
Brian Ellis
Designers:
Tom Yardley Jones
Producer:
Ken Griffin

Another chance to see the show in which Paul Daniels entertains in his own special fashion and introduces his remarkable guests: the legendary ventriloquist Senor Wences, the sensational balancing skills of Rogana, and the zany juggling of The Flying Karamazov Brothers.
Musical director KEN JONES
Programme associate ALI BONGO Director JOHN HUGHES
Produced by JOHN FISHER

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Daniels
Unknown:
Ali Bongo
Director:
John Hughes
Produced By:
John Fisher

by Mervyn Haisman
starring Glynis Barber as the famous Daily Mirror strip-cartoon heroine
Robin Bailey as the Colonel
Max Wall as Tombs
Suzanne Danielle as Lola
and Fritz the Dog as himself
with the voice of Bob Danvers Walker

Who disturbs Jane's beauty sleep? Find out in the first of five nightly instalments of her wartime adventures.

(Part 2 tomorrow at 9.00 pm., Woddis On ... page 69)
(Feature p62)

Contributors

Writer:
Mervyn Haisman
Music By:
Neil Innes
Voice of:
Bob Danvers Walker
Dog trainer:
Dorothy Steves
Director:
Andrew Gosling
Producer:
Ian Keill
Lighting:
Derek Slee
Art Work Design:
Graham McCallum
Jane:
Glynis Barber
The Colonel:
Robin Bailey
Tombs:
Max Wall
Lola:
Suzanne Danielle
Himself:
Fritz the dog
Georgie:
Dean Allen
Professor Donner:
John Rapley
Major Dunlightly:
Leonard Trolley
Colonel's wife:
Nancy Nevinson
General:
Lionel Taylor
Smith:
Clive Mantle
Chemist:
Derek Ware
Sentry:
Alan Mason
Porter:
Jimmy Mac
Bert:
Arnold Locke
George:
Arthur Nightingale

The last of four programmes reflecting the sights and sounds of this year's spectacular International Silk Cut Festival of Country Music at the Wembley Arena.
Tonight's featured artists are
Jeannie C. Riley , Porter Wagoner Colorado , Lonnie Donegan
Rose-Marie and Boxcar Willie Commentator DAVID ALLAN
Festival organiser MIRVYN CONN
Sound BARRIE HAWES , JOHN CAVLFIELD Lighting TOMMY THOMAS Director RICK GARDNER Producer DOUGLAS HESPI

Contributors

Unknown:
Jeannie C. Riley
Unknown:
Porter Wagoner Colorado
Unknown:
Lonnie Donegan
Commentator:
David Allan
Unknown:
Barrie Hawes
Unknown:
John Cavlfield
Unknown:
Tommy Thomas
Director:
Rick Gardner
Producer:
Douglas Hespi

A series of personal views from the Third World
A Sense of Honour
This week Third Eye examines the dilemma of Arab and Islamic women, caught between the rigid traditions of a tribal society and the stresses of the modern world.
Dr Nadia Atif , a 37-year-old Egyptian anthropologist, explores Islam's unique sense of honour through Egypt's tribal Bedouin, Pharaonic village customs and modem Cairo. She explains the revival of Islamic fundamentalism and looks at the Saudi situation where oil money has changed the sexual mores. She believes that, in spite of the glaring contradictions, there Is an honourable path to be found through the sexual and cultural minefield.
Film editor CHRIS lysaght Producer VANYA KEWLEY
Series editor ANTHONY ISAACS

Contributors

Unknown:
Dr Nadia Atif
Editor:
Anthony Isaacs

Presenters Peter Snow, John Tusa and Donald MacCormick bring you the major events of the day, and the pictures, interviews and analysis that explain their significance. Joan Bakewell has first news of stories from the arts; David Icke and Marshall Lee have the stories from behind the world of sport. Producers
JOHN HOLME , JOHN MAHONEY , TONY BALL Directors
MIKE CATHERWOOD. JOHN WILKINSON Assignment editors
HOWARD ANDERSON. NICK GUTHRIE Deputy editor PAUL NORRIS Editor DAVID LLOYD

Contributors

Unknown:
John Tusa
Unknown:
Donald MacCormick
Unknown:
Joan Bakewell
Unknown:
David Icke
Unknown:
Marshall Lee
Unknown:
John Holme
Unknown:
John Mahoney
Unknown:
Mike Catherwood.
Unknown:
John Wilkinson
Unknown:
Howard Anderson.
Unknown:
Nick Guthrie
Editor:
Paul Norris
Editor:
David Lloyd

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