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See No Evil. From the earliest times the Japanese monkey has been a potent symbol. Its image pervades the country's art, religion and culture. But Japan's industrial miracle leaves little room for wildlife. Will the monkey still have a place in the Japan of the future? Producer David Cobham (R) 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Producer:
David Cobham

A duel of words and wit between Frank Muir with Jan Francis and Rob Heyland and Arthur Marshall with Joan Regan and Rabbi Lionel
Blue. Referee: Robert Robinson. (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Frank Muir
Unknown:
Jan Francis
Unknown:
Rob Heyland
Unknown:
Arthur Marshall
Unknown:
Joan Regan
Unknown:
Rabbi Lionel
Unknown:
Robert Robinson.

Will the trade unions be the dinosaurs of the 21st century?
Ken Gill , General Secretary of the MSF (Manufacturing, Science and Finance union), thinks not and tells Anne Kelleher how they will survive to shape the future.

Contributors

Unknown:
Ken Gill
Unknown:
Anne Kelleher

How to improve your snooker.
2: Learning to Pot. Dennis Taylor introduces his pupils to the secrets of successful potting.
Director/Producer Gordon Menzies A GM production for BBCtv (R)

Contributors

Introduces:
Dennis Taylor
Producer:
Gordon Menzies

The live education magazine. This week, Jackie Spreckley explores the controversy over the introduction of specialised 'magnet' schools in the London Borough of Wandsworth, and John Buckley reports from New York on these schools designed to 'magnetically' attract bright and motivated pupils. In Platform,
Professor Stephen Hawking , author of the book A Brief History of Time, makes a plea through his computer for better facilities for the disabled. The programme also includes a report on 400 years of school uniforms. Producer Clare Brigstocke
Series editor Bernard Adams
(Repeated next Sunday on BBC 0 FAMILY: page 91

Contributors

Unknown:
Jackie Spreckley
Unknown:
John Buckley
Unknown:
Professor Stephen Hawking
Editor:
Bernard Adams

Starring
Marlene Dietrich , Arthur Kennedy When a young girl is savagely murdered, her cowboy fiance swears vengeance.
Director Fritz Lang
0 FILMS: pages 29-34

Contributors

Unknown:
Marlene Dietrich
Unknown:
Arthur Kennedy
Director:
Fritz Lang
Altar Keane:
Marlene Dietrich
Vern Haskell:
Arthur Kennedy
Frenchy Fairmont:
Mel Ferrer
Beth:
Gloria Henry
Baldy Gunner:
William Frawley
Maxine:
Lisa Ferraday

Regional Variations (2)

Birds of a Feather

BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)
BBC Two Northern Ireland

Sovereign States. The Channel Islands, a popular holiday destination within sight of France, have been linked to Britain for a thousand years, yet remain proudly independent. Offshore finance has enriched Jersey and Guernsey but is straining their social fabric.
Alderney faces financial collapse, while Sark defends its ancient customs. James Garrett talks to their part-time politicians - including a pilot and a blacksmith - about these tiny democracies. The film coincides with elections in Jersey and includes the first footage from parliaments established long before Westminster.
Director Deborah Van Bishop Producer James Garrett
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Contributors

Talks:
James Garrett
Director:
Deborah van Bishop
Producer:
James Garrett

Regional Variations (2)

Red Dwarf

III

Episode 5: Timeslides

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Kryten discovers some developing fluid which prints photographs the crew can walk into.

William Woollard reports from the Sunderland factory where the new
Nissan Primera is made and Jeremy Clarkson puts it through its paces.
Radio Times columnist Chris Goffey looks at the latest attempts to build intelligent cars which avoid accidents and Tony Mason visits a car museum in the south of France. Producer Jon Bentley Editor Tom Ross
0 MOTORING: page 95

Contributors

Unknown:
William Woollard
Unknown:
Jeremy Clarkson
Unknown:
Chris Goffey
Unknown:
Tony Mason
Producer:
Jon Bentley
Editor:
Tom Ross

Regional Variations (2)

Rab C Nesbitt

Series 1

Episode 6: Holiday

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Scottish sitcom. Rab accompanies his family on a holiday to sunny Spain after Mary wins a competition on a packet of chips.

Fit to Drop. If exercise is good for you, does it follow that more is better? Not if you're one of the seemingly growing number of exercise addicts who can't do without a regular and strenuous physical 'fix'. Exercise addicts from around the country reveal the agony and the ecstasy of their extraordinary compulsion. Producer Christopher Terrill Editor Caroline Pick
0 GLORIA: page 22
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Contributors

Producer:
Christopher Terrill
Editor:
Caroline Pick

The Whole Hog. What do you say when you suddenly meet your ex-wife after ten years - and she is a he, and chairman of your company? Written by Graeme Garden.
Director Mike Newell Producer Trevor Evans
A Talkback production for BBCtv (R)
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Contributors

Written By:
Graeme Garden.
Director:
Mike Newell
Producer:
Trevor Evans
Giles:
Mel Smith
Maurice:
Griff Rhys Jones

The best of live jazz from
The Late Show, including studio performances from the Stan Tracey Big Band, Ute Lemper, David Murray and Leon Redbone. Producer Mark Cooper

Contributors

Unknown:
Stan Tracey
Unknown:
David Murray
Unknown:
Leon Redbone.
Producer:
Mark Cooper

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