Technology: Return to Base
Eric Robson introduces a selection of the best of BBC Newcastle's documentary film series. Tradition is kept alive at Warkworth Castle by the village drama group. Producer ROGER BURGESS (R)
with Michael Wilding.
A romance forged in an air-raid leads to marriage for Diana and Alan. After a brief honeymoon, the couple are parted by their war duties, and Diana is reported missing.... presumed dead.
Screenplay by NICHOLAS PHIPPS Produced and directed by HERBERT WILCOX
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Lucinda Lambton conjures up curiosities from the dark corners of museums and collections throughout the land.
40 Minutes editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF Producer JONATHAN gili
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with Peter Alliss 2: The Swing with Mickey Walker
by ERIC CHARLES
The Great Painting Job Narrator Roy Kinnear with Sheila Walker (R)
Weather followed by The Historyman The Flitton, De Grey Mausoleum with Bryan McNerney.
John Owen and Erwyd Howells look after 5,000 Welsh mountain sheep.
Narrator Donald Houston
Written and produced by COLIN ROSE
Executive producer MICHAEL CROUCHER.
BBC Bristol (R)
Weather followed by The Way of the Warrior
Last in the series.
8: Shinto Ryu - The Samurai Way
Narrator Dennis Waterman Written and produced by MICHAEL CROUCHER
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Washington, Tyne and Wear with John Grundy. (R)
Regional News and Weather
Introduced by Julian Wilson
4.20 Coventry Stakes (6f) Producer WENDY SHEPPARD
Sid Bates VC
The heroism of a corporal is remembered.
Choir of the Year
The conductor is Ronald Lee , the music is introduced by Barry Rose , and the orchestra is led by Noeleen Carslaw.
Production ALAN TONGUE
BBC Northern Ireland
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with John Saxon and Vic Morrow.
Four killers break out of jail and ride into the town of Paradise. The bank is looted, three men lie dead and the gang have escaped with a hostage. Banner Cole forms a posse and pursues the murderers.
Screenplay by CLAIR HUFFAKER based on his novel
Produced by GORDON KAY
Directed by HERBERT COLEMAN
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The Family Firm
Reporter David Lomax Giovanni Agnelli , is the chairman of Fiat SPA and is Europe's most powerful private industrialist. He talks about 1992 and the single
European market, Japanese cars in Europe and why he's done deals with Colonel Gadhafi of Libya.
Film camerman GODFREY JOHNSON Film editor BRENDA PHILLIPS Producer BRIAN DA VIES (e)
Rugby union is supposed to be an amateur sport but, in France, rugby union clubs are trying to buy rugby league players.
Disabled sportmen and women want to be taken seriously. They achieve astonishing performances but still lack public recognition.
Executive producer DAVID TAYLOR BBC North West
by DOUGLAS ADAMS , adapted from the BBC Radio series, starring the voice of Peter Jones ,
David Dixon , Simon Jones , Sandra Dickinson , Mark Wing-Davey , Richard Vernon
4: Arthur Dent is astonished to learn that the Earth is not what it had seemed.
Radiophonic music PADDY KINGSLAND
Animated sequences ROD LORD Sound MIKE MCCARTHY
Producer ALAN J.W. BELL (R)
The fast-paced world of television production at an early morning New York network show. Starring
Carla Montgomery causes far reaching repercussions by interfering in a series planned by producer Gail Browning.
Written by JUDITH PARKER Directed by SHELDON LARRY
Starting from the Bottom You've been living in a village that has depended for decades entirely on one state-run industry. Then it closes down. That happened to the Yorkshire pit village of Brampton, site of the Cortonwood colliery. Now individual enterprise has replaced collective solidarity as John Swallow , ex-Coal
Board employee, struggles to make a go of his taxi firm. Photography JEREMY HUMPHRIES Sound BRUCE WILLS
Film editor JOHN HALEY
Series producer PETER SYMES Producer TIMOTHY COPESTAKE BBC Bristol
with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick
Introduced by Michael Apted The first of five programmes showing the work of students from film schools worldwide screened at BP Expo 88 at
London's Riverside Studios last November.
Tonight, an impression of that crowded week, and three animated films screened at the Festival.
The Biz directed by Osbert Parker for the Middlesex
The Last Post directed by Andy Wyatt for the Harrow
College of Further Education. Time Out directed by Walter Stern for the Bournemouth and Poole College of Art and Design.
For the BBC
Director KATIE PEARSON
Executive producer JANE LUSH
First of eight programmes
Architect Piers Gough looks at the Pumping Station on London's Isle of Dogs.
Researcher RUTH ROSENTHAL Director RUSSELL ENGLAND (R)
Engineering Mechanics: Fluids Producer ANURHW BAKKKR (R)