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Katharine Hepburn stars as a woman on the run disguised as a boy. With Cary Grant. Director George Cukor
0 KATHARINE HEPBURN 'S ME: STORIES
OF MY LIFE: pages 25-28 0 FILMS: pages 31-38

Contributors

Unknown:
Katharine Hepburn
Unknown:
Cary Grant.
Director:
George Cukor
Unknown:
Katharine Hepburn

Further action from the World
Gymnastics Championships in Indianapolis. The last time the Soviet Union failed to win the men's overall title was back in 1974. Igor Korobchinski hopes to continue the success established by such greats as Andrianov, Ditiatin and Bilozerchev. Introduced by Barry Davies , with commentary by Mitch Fenner. Producer Barbara Slater

Contributors

Unknown:
Igor Korobchinski
Introduced By:
Barry Davies
Commentary By:
Mitch Fenner.
Producer:
Barbara Slater

Growing for the table: visits to the 'edible jungle' of cook-gardener Lynda Brown in Yorkshire, and the sophisticated walled garden of Bob and Pamela Tansley , which keeps their Worcester restaurant in soft fruit for most of the year. Plus the results of the Gardens in Focus photographic competition, and jobs for the week from Barnsdale. With
Geoff Hamilton , Nigel Colborn and Pippa Greenwood.
Executive producer Stephanie Silk Plant details on Ceefax page 617
9 INFORMATION LINE: 0[number removed]Calls cost 34p per minute cheap rate, 45p other times.
ā— GARDENING: page 17

Contributors

Unknown:
Lynda Brown
Unknown:
Pamela Tansley
Unknown:
Geoff Hamilton
Unknown:
Nigel Colborn
Unknown:
Pippa Greenwood.

Ivo Van Damme Memorial
Meeting
Live action and recorded highlights from Brussels of the 18th grand prix meeting of the season, which is the last chance for competitors to gain points before next week's grand prix finals to be held in Barcelona's Olympic Stadium. Jamaican sprinter
Merlene Ottey , the holder of the grand prix title, is favourite to win the women's 100m and 200m events and take another step towards success in Barcelona.
As for the men's track events, the Kenyans dominated last year, winning the 800m, 1500m, and 3,000m steeplechase. The Brussels meeting, one of the season's top events, was inaugurated in 1985 in memory of the Belgian athlete who was killed in a car crash in 1976 having won 800m and 1500m silver medals at the Montreal
Olympics. Introduced by Helen Rollason and Brendan Foster , with commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey and Paul Dickenson.
Producer Martin Webster Editor Dave Gordon

Contributors

Unknown:
Ivo van Damme
Unknown:
Merlene Ottey
Introduced By:
Helen Rollason
Introduced By:
Brendan Foster
Commentary By:
David Coleman
Commentary By:
Stuart Storey
Commentary By:
Paul Dickenson.
Producer:
Martin Webster
Editor:
Dave Gordon

The last in a three-part series. War and Peace. Moderator
Professor Arthur Miller of Harvard Law School asks his panel to explore the ethical dilemmas arising out of a fictionalised replay of the Gulf War crisis. With ITN journalist Trevor McDonald , American General Jack Merritt ,
Michael Mates , MP, and Admiral Sir James Eberle. * TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown:
Professor Arthur Miller
Unknown:
Trevor McDonald
Unknown:
General Jack Merritt
Unknown:
Michael Mates
Unknown:
Sir James Eberle.

The first showing on network television for this film in the Made in Japan season. American scholar and writer Lafcadio Hearn
(1850-1904) settled in Japan and fell in love with the country and its history.
His ghost stories - Black
Hair, Snow Woman, Hoichi the Earless and In a Cup of Tea - form the basis of this film, with haunting images of samurai Japan in bloody sea battles, courtly ritual, love betrayed and the power of the undead. In Japanese with English subtitles.
Director Masaki Kobayashi 0 FILMS: pages 31-38

Contributors

Unknown:
Lafcadio Hearn
Director:
Masaki Kobayashi

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