Beverley, North Humberside. Alec Clifton-Taylor visits this little-known town just north of the Humber with its wonderful medieval Minster church built of Tadcaster limestone, and fine Georgian brickhouses. (R) 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Johnny Weissmuller Brenda Joyce
While fishing, Tarzan lands an unexpected catch: the beautiful mermaid-like girl Mara, who has fled from a pearl-fishing village.
Director Robert Florey
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The Clock Maker. From his lonely Fife farmhouse
Alan Hamshere creates timepieces, which are a great deal more than just clocks. (R)
The last in the series.
341. In September 1989, the United Nations held a world summit for children. More than 70 world leaders attended, making it the largest gathering of heads of state in the history of the world. This film was made specially for the summit to show how easily and cheaply the lives of millions of children can be saved every year for less than what our world spends on the military every day. Written by Peter Adamson Producer Peter Firstbrook
Leonard Bernstein at Harvard
6: The Poetry of Earth. In this final lecture,
Leonard Bernstein concentrates on one of Igor Stravinsky 's masterpieces, Oedipus Rex. He also conducts the Boston Symphony Orchestra in a complete performance of this major work with Rene Kollo as Oedipus and Tatiana Troyanos asjocasta. (R)
Cartoon. A patchwork quilt and weatherhouse provide adventures for a young boy called Harry. (R)
Weather followed by Look, Stranger
What Does the Wind Do When
It Isn't Blowing? John Barrett , former director of the Pembrokeshire Countryside Unit, answers this question and many others on walks around this rugged area of legend and wildlife. (R)
David Bellamy trails through bog, moss and wet areas in search of carnivorous plants and dragonflies. An RSPB film
Weather followed by A View from the Bridge
A body recovered from the River Thames a year ago was identified as that of Colin Graver , a 17-year-old runaway from a village in County
Durham. The verdict was suicide, but his family believe it was a cry for help.
After the first showing of this programme, Colin Graver 's parents decided to found an association. This would make an annual cash award to fund the best scheme trying to stop others from meeting their son's fate.
Producer Peter Dale
t ASSOCIATION: all enquiries to Colin and Margaret Graver , c/o BBCtv. Room 2069, Kensington House.
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Tunisia. Anne Gregg reports on a two-centre holiday.
The story of 73-year-old
Desmond Farraday , who set up a cheetah sanctuary at his home in the Transvaal.
Director Alain Degre
A Gamma production for BBCtv (R)
Center Pare. Eamonn Holmes reports on a purpose-built centre with tropical temperatures at Elveden Forest in Suffolk.
Doris Day , Rock Hudson
Interior decorator Jan Morrow shares her phone-line with philandering songwriter Brad Allen , a man she despises.
Meeting a handsome Texan, she is favourably struck by the difference between the two men - never once suspecting that they are one and the same.
Director Michael Gordon
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In outer space, President Adar, leader of the 12 colonies of mankind, has summoned a peace conference to end 1,000 years of war with the Cylons. But Captain Apollo discovers that the conference is a cover for a Cylon attack.
Australia v England.
Richie Benaud introduces highlights of the first day's play from Sydney. t PICTURE STORY: page 129
A series which does for gardens what interior designers have done for the kitchen - make them part of the living space of their owner. The Extra Room.
David Stevens looks at a variety of domestic gardens; how to raise finance for the work; and how the 'outside room' can be as big an asset as its indoor counterpart.
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Featuring a special report into the shooting of Scott of the Antarctic, from Paignton. Also, a man tries to purchase a fish licence.
Simon Rattle conducts the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra in rehearsal for the British premiere of Hans Werner Henze 's 7th
Symphony at the Proms in 1986, and talks to Henze. Director Barrie Gavin (R)
Sir Arthur Streeb-Greebling (Peter Cook ) chooses his 12
Christmas gifts in conversation with Ludovic Kennedy. 10: Pipers Piping
With Jeremy Paxman.
Embassy World Professional Darts Championship from the Lakeside Country Club,
Frimley Green. Players from 12 countries are competing in the 1991 championship which gets under way tonight with reigning champion Phil Taylor making the first defence of his title in a first-round match.
Plus Chris Johns (Wales) v Tony Payne (USA); and Bob Sinneave (Canada) v Eric Burden (Wales).
Commentary by Sid Waddell and Tony Green. Introduced by Eamonn Holmes.
Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
Maggie Smith Alec McCowan
At his mother's funeral, retired bank manager Henry Pulling meets his aged and much-travelled Aunt Augusta for the first time in 50 years. She persuades him to abandon his dahlias to accompany her around the world - introducing him to perplexing and intoxicating delights.
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