with Deborah Kerr
The Earl of Rhyall and his wife, Hilary, are faced with an unpleasant choice - bankruptcy or opening their stately home to the public. The Earl chooses to let in the sightseers - which proves to be merely a profitable nuisance until the arrival of oil millionaire Charles Delacro ...
Screenplay by HUGH WILLIAMS AND MARGARET WILLIAMS from their play Produced and directed by STANLEY DONEN
('My Favourite Wife' tomorrow at 12noon)
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A See-Saw programme (R)
Mean Mo Cools Off
Weather followed by Antiques Roadshow
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Kathy Tayler is in the Cotswolds.
Director CLARE RILEY
Producer PATRICIA HOULIHAN (R)
Whitby, North Yorkshire
Presented by John Grundy Producer PAUL PAXTON BBC Newcastle (R)
Weather followed by Wild World
Some creatures have coped with the new land provided by agriculture, others have been pushed into odd corners. David Attenborough tells the story of these successes and failures. Produced by HEINZ SIELMANN BBC Bristol
3.45pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
The legendary star with Mary Astor
Leland, an officer given a fake dishonourable discharge from the US
Army. His mission is to trail Dr Lorenz, suspected of being an enemy agent.
Screenplay by RICHARD MACAULAY
Produced by JERRY WALD , JACK SAPER Directed by JOHN HUSTON
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Woolwich Masters Bowls Tournament The Final
David Vine and David Rhys Jones report from Beach House Park, Worthing.
Peter Graves as Jim Phelps Greg Morris as Barney
Lynna uay ueorge as Casey Peter Lupus as Willy. Under,qround
Written by LEIGH VANCE
Directed by DAVID LOWELL RICH (R)
Extracts from Michael Jackson 's movie
Moonwalker, together with Jackson talking to the dancers, special effects team and stunt men. Plus interviews with director
Colin Chilvers , screenplay writer David Newman , Sean Lennon and Michael's manager Frank Dileo.
Producer TERRY JERVIS BBC Pebble Mill
The Five Piano Concertos This series from the Royal Festival Hall, London, ends tonight with Murray Perahia as soloist in a performance of the Concerto No 5 in E flat (Emperor) with the Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields led by KENNETH SILLITO conducted by Neville Marriner Jane Glover discusses with soloist and conductor the background to Beethoven's last, most epic piano concerto.
Coming as a grand finale, the Emperor made one realise how surely Perahia had put his fingers on the classic-romantic centrality of Beethoven. THE GUARDIAN N A simultaneous broadcast with R3
Trial and Error
In 1982, Evelyn Thomas found out she had breast cancer. Four years later, she discovered she had unknowingly been taking part in secret clinical trials. Her hospital Ethics
Committee and 49 others had given the go-ahead for the trials without requiring that patients be told.
With Ethics Committees now under official review, barrister
Elizabeth Woodcraft asks just how well are they working?
The Riddle of the Mad Cows
An unusual and fatal disease attacking the brains of cattle has recently been discovered in Britain. Virologist Jeffrey Almond tracks its spread across different animal species and investigates its properties. The cause of the illness is smaller than either bacteria or viruses - could it be a new form of life?
Producers EDWARD POULTER.
HENRY CAMPION. JEREMY TAYLOR
Executive producer DAVID PATERSON Series producer JANA BENNETT
with War of Nerves
Written and directed by ALAN ALDA (R)
Regional Variations (2)
The arrival of a drunken drug-addicted governess and an encounter wth a brutish young man are the beginnings of a web of deception and terror for Maud.
by VINCENT CAFARELU and CANDY KUGEL.
An everyday story about success in Tinseltown - the glamour, the dreams and the cheque that's in the mail.
Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with the day's top stories and the background on events making the news at home and abroad. International reports by DAVID SELLS,
CHARLES WHEELER , GAVIN ESLER and JULIAN O'HALLORAN
Directors JOHN WILKINSON
VICTOR MELLENEY , PETER DAY Deputy editor MIKE ROBINSON Editor JOHN MORRISON
The second of three films about the cultural changes in Gorbachev's Russia.
'Art belongs to the people' is a much-quoted saying by Lenin. Until recently this was not the case. Since the arrival of glasnost, art exhibitions have been flourishing and many new artists have emerged.
Omnibus cameras were present at the first auction sale of works of art since the Revolution, and at the Artists' Union Committee meeting while it selected or rejected an artist's work.
Executive producer DIANA LASHMORE Director JULIA CAVE