Marjorie Reynolds Dennis O'Keefe Mischa Auer.
Gary Ainsworth has real problems when an ex-girlfriend decides to marry his business partner - problems he can never seem to explain to his young wife.
Screenplay by TOM REED and ISOBEL DAWN
Based on the play by otto HARBACH and WILSON COLLISON
Produced by EDWARD SMALL Directed by ALLAN DWAN
('Mexican Spitfire Outwest' tomorrow at 12 noon)
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by ERIC CHARLES.
The Great Painting Job. Narrator Roy Kinnear with Sheila Walker.
Music composed by BRYAN DALY Editor MARTIN BOHAN Director of animation DEREK MOGFORD
Designed and produced by IVOR WOOD (R)
The New Noels Presented by Sir Geraint Evans with the Choir and Congregation of Peterborough Cathedral and the Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford. This last of seven programmes looks at the modem Christmas, from
Charles Dickens and Prince Albert to Johnny Mathis and John Lennon.
Today's carols: Once in Royal David's City, Silent Night, 0 Christmas Tree, In the Bleak Mid- Winter, When a Child Is Born, Merry Christmas, War Is Over.
Producer CHRIS HUNT BBC Bristol (R)
Weather followed by See Hear!
Very much island-bound,
Robert Kilroy-Silk dons the long shorts for a look at one of Britain's last colonies.
Producer PATRICIA HOULIHAN (R)
Weather followed by The World about Us
Truck Drivin' Man
He has been called 'the last
American hero', the man who drives across every State in the Union. But this story of three truckers and their journey from Portland in Oregon to Phoenix, Arizona, is about the reality as well as the myths.
Producer RICHARD TAYLOR
Series editor ANTHONY ISAACS (R)
Regional News and Weather
Beryl Reid in conversation with the late Roy Plomley in her charming riverside cottage, where she cooks him a meal, models hats, shows her paintings, introduces her ten favourite animals, and recalls highlights of her distinguished career.
She also goes on a shopping spree in a market she describes as 'paradise'. Producer MICHAEL KERR (R)
A Christmas Carol
This See Hear! drama special is an adaptation, in British Sign Language, of Charles Dickens 's classic story
A Christmas Carol in which the soul of Ebenezer Scrooge is 'reclaimed' by the spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Future.
With Doug Alker
Maureen Denmark Craig Flynn
John Lee , Clive Mason
Dorothy Miles and children from Heathlands School. (R) revised (e)
Presented by Hugh Scully and Helen Madden.
Christmas can be a time of crisis. How can parents withstand the pressures?
And when children have to be put in care, how does it affect them? Teenagers in a residential home describe their feelings. Foster carer Marion shows how she helps 8-year-old Tammy through the trauma of separation. But there is a shortage of foster carers: how can viewers help to care for the innocent victims of family breakdown?
For a 'Care for a Child' booklet send a large 22p sae to [address removed]
Introduced by Peter Seabrook , Alan Titchmarsh
Moira Stuart , Roy Lancaster. What better on a cold winter's night than to remember the splendour of the Chelsea Flower Show. Staged on the Thames
Embankment and in the grounds of the Royal
Hospital, Chelsea, the Royal Horticultural Society's annual spring show is the greatest on earth.
Producer DENIS w. GARTSIDE BBC Pebble Mill
John Wayne Ella Raines.
When Rocklin arrives at an Arizona ranch to take over as foreman, he discovers that the owner has been mysteriously murdered. Adding to his problems is the fact that the new owners are a spinster and her beautiful niece - and Rocklin 'can't abide women'.
ScreenplayMICHAELHOGAN.PAULP.FTX Produced by ROBERT FELLOWS Directed by EDWIN L.MARIN
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The music: Stranglers, Eagles, Elvis Costello, The Jam, Status Quo, Queen, Bee Gees.
Regional Variations (2)
First transmitted in 1988, preservation societies strive to keep services running for new visitors 20 years after the last passenger steam train ran on mainline railways. Show more
Sir Robin Butler :
Head of the Civil Service.
What kind of person holds the most powerful job in Whitehall? In his first television interview Sir
Robin Butler says what he thinks about relations between politicians and mandarins, and imminent changes in the Civil Service. The programme follows him on tour, chairing a meeting of permanent secretaries, and briefing new recruits.
Presented by Sue Cameron . Research PAMELA SMITH Director PAUL BRYERS
Producer ANNE LAPPING
A BROOK PRODUCTIONS programme for BBCtv
Last of 13 programmes presented by Colin Blakemore. The Violent Mind
A woman with low blood sugar has violent thoughts; and a normally mild man, contaminated by insecticide, brutally murders a stranger. Usually, we count as criminals only those judged responsible for their actions - occasionally the courts accept that violent offenders are mentally ill. But
Professor Blakemore asks: are any of us entirely responsible for our actions? As we learn more about the structure and chemistry of the brain, should we admit there is no 'free will'? Film editor KEITH RAVEN
Assistant producer IAN CALVERT Executive editor (WNET) RICHARD
HUTTON Director and series producer MARTIN FREETH
A Co-production with WNET. New York
with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick
Reporters NICK CLARKE , DAVID COSS. GAVIN ESLER.
OLENKA FRENKIEL ,
MARGARET GILMORE ,
JAMES HOGG , WESLEY KERR.
CHRIS LOWE , PETER MARSHALL.
JULIAN O'HALLORAN ,
DAVID SELLS. FRANCINE STOCK . DAVID TINDALL. JANET TREWIN.
CHARLES WHEELER Assignment editors
NIGEL CHAPMAN. NICK GUTHRIE Deputy editor MIKE ROBINSON Editor JOHN MORRISON
starring Boris Karloff Henry Daniell Bela Lugosi.
In Lewton's adaptation of Robert Louis
Stevenson's macabre tale of grave-robbing in 19th-century Edinburgh, Boris Karloff plays Gray, a sinister procurer of cadavers for dissection. He has a mysterious but total hold over MacFarlane, a gifted doctor who is tormented by his knowledge of the grave-robber's crimes.
Screenplay by PHILIP MACDONALD. CARLOS KEITH Produced by VAL LEWTON Directed by ROBERT WISE
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