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(Maneges) starring
Simone Signoret Bernard Blier
Robert takes the affection of his young, extravagant wife for granted but an accident makes him look at their marriage in a new light.
Screenplay by JACQUES SIGURD Directed by YVES ALLEGRET
(A French film with English subtitles. First showing on British television. Black and white)
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Contributors

Unknown:
Simone Signoret
Unknown:
Bernard Blier
Unknown:
Jacques Sigurd
Directed By:
Yves Allegret
Dora:
Simone Signoret
Robert:
Bernard Blier
Mother:
Jane Marken
François:
Frank Villard
Louis:
Jaques Baumer

The last of four musicals. Today starring
Maternal Love and the Witch
Two children set off with the help of their friends to find the Blue Bird of Happiness. Screenplay by HUGH WHITTEMORE and ALFRED HAYES based on The Blue Bird by MAURICE MAETERLINCK Produced by PAUL MASLANSKY Directed by GEORGE CUKOR
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Contributors

Unknown:
Maternal Love
Unknown:
Hugh Whittemore
Unknown:
Alfred Hayes
Unknown:
Maurice Maeterlinck
Produced By:
Paul Maslansky
Directed By:
George Cukor
Mother, Light,:
Elizabeth Taylor
Night:
Jane Fonda
Cat:
Cicely Tyson
Luxury:
Ava Gardner
Tyltyl:
Todd Lookinland
Mytyl:
Patsy Kensit
Grandfather:
Will Geer
Grandmother:
Mona Washbourne
Dog:
George Cole
Bread:
Richard Pearson
Father Time:
Robert Morley
Oak:
Harry Andrews
The Blue Bird:
Nadejda Pavlova

Regional Variations (2)

40 Minutes

Animal Crackers

Duration: 39 minutes

on BBC Two East

Available for over a year

Lucinda Lambton is your guide to a host of strange and delightful buildings with one thing in common - they were created for animals. (1985) Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Lucinda Lambton
Photographer:
Ian Stone
Photographer:
Ian Punter
Film Editor:
Jim Latham
Producer:
Jonathan Gili

The String Semi-final
Humphrey Burton introduces violinists, a violist, cellists, a guitarist and two harpists in possibly the toughest group in this year's competition.
Only five places are available in next Thursday's final. Choosing them are
Alun Hoddinott , Osian Ellis
Lionel Friend , Steven IsserUs and Dennis Simons. Will you agree with the jury's choice? Sound GRAHAM HAINES Lighting HENRY BURDIN
Director HILARY BOULDING

Contributors

Introduces:
Humphrey Burton
Unknown:
Alun Hoddinott
Unknown:
Osian Ellis
Unknown:
Lionel Friend
Unknown:
Steven Isserus
Unknown:
Dennis Simons.
Director:
Hilary Boulding

The world's greatest golfers gathered at the Augusta
National Golf Club in Georgia last week seeking the title of Masters Champion 1986.
HARRY CARPENTER introduces highlights from the first
'major' event in the golfing year.
Television presentation CBS Producer HAROLD ANDERSON

Contributors

Introduces:
Harry Carpenter
Producer:
Harold Anderson

1: The Yeoman's Hall
This eight-part history of the small English house starts with the medieval house and how it was used.
Presenter Nicholas Taylor Producer SUZANNE DAVIES
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Contributors

Presenter:
Nicholas Taylor
Producer:
Suzanne Davies

Regional Variations (2)

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Available for over a year

First transmitted in 1985, this programme follows a group of 20 nurses from the NHS who join Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps. Show more

from Falmouth, Cornwall
Presented by Roy Lancaster and Clay Jones
Perched on top of an exposed cliff is perhaps the last place you'd expect to find a garden full of early spring colour - the secret is that
Neil Treseder has created a highly effective windbreak using a traditional Cornish lath screen. Behind this lies a most unusual garden - extremely small but a plantsman's paradise, packed with rare bamboos, foliage plants and flowering shrubs - many of which he introduced himself.
Executive producer JOHN KENYON
Production assistant JEAN LAUGHTON Producer DENIS w. GARTSIDE BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Presented By:
Roy Lancaster
Presented By:
Clay Jones
Unknown:
Neil Treseder
Producer:
John Kenyon
Unknown:
Jean Laughton
Producer:
Denis W. Gartside

The last of eight programmes Presented by Anneka Rice This week Stan Boardman dives on the wreck of a German freighter off the coast of Jersey. 'I found quite a lot of stuff down there - this is a German jackboot, it even has the number inside, still.' And in contrast to her pot-holing adventures, Anneka Rice gets into the air for her first hot-air ballooning flight. 'Last series ended with a parachute landing. This time I seem to have landed in a laundry basket.'
Film editor PATRICK FLEMING
Assistant producer VICKI MOORE Producer PETER RAMSDEN

Contributors

Presented By:
Anneka Rice
Unknown:
Stan Boardman
Unknown:
Anneka Rice
Editor:
Patrick Fleming
Producer:
Vicki Moore
Producer:
Peter Ramsden

The BBC Television
International Sheepdog Championship
Introduced by Phil Drabble with Eric Halsall
The Finals
The four competitors in today's finals on the shores above Ullswater combine their unique skills with the intelligence of their dogs in a major test of shepherding or 'sheep herding'. Singles:
IDRIS MORGAN and Wag (Wales)
MAURICE COLLIN and Shep (England) Brace:
MICHAEL PEUGNIEZ with Dot and Gael (Scotland)
MEIRION JONES with Bill and Cap (Wales)
The trophies are presented by water-colour artist, Gordon Beningfield Technical co-ordinator
STEVE WHITAKER
Director DAVID PICKTHALL Producer IAN SMITH

Contributors

Introduced By:
Phil Drabble
Unknown:
Eric Halsall
Unknown:
Idris Morgan
Unknown:
Maurice Collin
Unknown:
Michael Peugniez
Unknown:
Meirion Jones
Artist:
Gordon Beningfield
Unknown:
Steve Whitaker
Director:
David Pickthall
Producer:
Ian Smith

Ludovic Kennedy makes his choice of the week's television and discusses MOD (BBC2), The South
Bank Show (LWT) and The Cosby Show (Channel Four) with his guests:
Max Hastings , Editor of the Daily Telegraph
Kathy Myers , television editor of City Limits and Michael Grade , Controller BBC1.
Studio director NICHOLAS BARKER Producer CHARLES MILLER

Contributors

Unknown:
Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown:
Max Hastings
Unknown:
Kathy Myers
Unknown:
Michael Grade
Director:
Nicholas Barker
Producer:
Charles Miller

John Tusa , Peter Snow Donald MacCormick and Olivia O'Leary present the stories and interviews behind the main stories of the day.
Ian Smith and Jenni Murray with a round-up of the news from home and abroad.

Contributors

Unknown:
John Tusa
Unknown:
Peter Snow
Unknown:
Donald MacCormick
Unknown:
Olivia O'Leary
Unknown:
Ian Smith
Unknown:
Jenni Murray

starring
Kang Tae-Ho
Korea, 1953. A small boy and his ailing grandmother, refugees from the war, arrive in a fishing village in the south. While his grandmother struggles to make a living by selling clams, the boy wanders the beach with his pet crab. His special friends are an old man and a little girl. This moving drama from South Korean television launched a recent campaign to reunite families divided by the war.
Adapted by KIM HA-RIM from a short story by HAN NAM-CHOI ;
Directed by CHANG HYONG-IL
(A Korean programme with English subtitles. First showing on British television)
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Contributors

Adapted By:
Kim Ha-Rim
Story By:
Han Nam-Choi
Directed By:
Chang Hyong-Il
Boy:
Kang Tae-Ho
Grandma:
Han Eun-Chin
Old man:
Sin Ku
Father:
Min Chi Hwan
Mother:
An Ok-Hi
Girl:
Choe Mun-Son

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