Programme Index

Discover 10,100,220 listings and 232,879 playable programmes from the BBC

Regional Variations (2)

As Pattern A.

BBC Two England

6.00 Fundamentals of Computing
Sequences - storing items sequentially.
6365735 6.25 Transformations in Action
6271342 6.50 Shooting Video History Subtitled 4587919 7.40 Darwin and Diversity 1718700 8.05 Victorian
Dissenting Chapels 6790938 8.30 La Bonne Formule - a look at science in France. 2576349 8.55 Introduction to
Psychology Eyewitness Memory
3021434 9.20 Race and Society Artists and Photographers 1805938 9.45
Images of Education 1017551 10.10
Recycling in the Paper Industry
10.35 Managing Schools Brldgingthe
Gap - movingfrom primary to secondary school. 8185984 11.00 Magnetic Fields in Space The Aurora Borealis 9931006 11.25 The Golden Thread-language history in Singapore and Wales. 4243716 11.50 Designer Rides The Jerk and the Jounce

Satire, and the first of a Saturday Matinée comedy double bill. Starring
Carole Lombard
Fredric March
A demoted reporter hears about a young woman with a fatal disease and senses a chance to make front page news.
DirectorWilllamWellman(1937,U) ◆ See Films: pages 46-56 ***

Contributors

Unknown:
Carole Lombard

Musical, and the second of a Saturday Matinée comedy double bill. Starring Doris Day
Unaware that herfortune has been wiped out in a stock market crash, stage-struck Nanette promises tofinance a musical. Her Uncle Max agrees, but only on the condition that Nanette says "no" to every question for 24 hours.
Director David Butler 950, U) ◆ See Films: pages 46-56 **

Contributors

Director:
David Butler

Jazz In a Cold Climate
The third in a series of four workshops foryoung musicians. Sarah Walker joins the Fife Youth Jazz Orchestra in the build-up to a concert with saxophonist Joe Temperley.
Director Andy King ; Executive producer Bob Lockyer Event sponsored by Lloyds Bank

Contributors

Musicians:
Sarah Walker
Unknown:
Joe Temperley.
Director:
Andy King
Producer:
Bob Lockyer

Helen Rollason introduces highlights from Killamey where Great Britain and Ireland are competing against the US forthe Curtis Cup. Commentary by Alex Hay and Beveriey Lewis.
Producers Alastair Scott and Barbara Stater
Stereo.....

Contributors

Introduces:
Helen Rollason
Commentary By:
Alex Hay
Commentary By:
Beveriey Lewis.
Producers:
Alastair Scott

Regional Variations (2)

Dancing in the Street

Episode 2: Be My Baby

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

A look at the period between Elvis and the Beatles, when the hit single became a crafted work of art. It was the era of soul, girl groups and producers were heralded as rock geniuses.

Drama, recorded live in performance, portraying the experiences of young Glaswegian men in the Great War.
Directed for television by Derek Bailey with Sebastian Graham-Jones.
(Stereo)

Contributors

Directed for television by:
Derek Bailey
Directed for television by:
Sebastian Graham-Jones
Producer:
Nicholas Newton
Colours:
Jimmy Logan
Hughie Frizell:
Dave Anderson
Billy:
BlairL Iain Connell
Frankie Nealon:
Gary Bakewell
Morris Burns:
William MacBain
Russell Enoch:
Stuart Bowman
Norrie Beaton:
Derek Riddell
Gus Adams:
Iain MacColl
Miss Fensom:
Morag Hood
Bunty:
Juliet Cadzow
Nessie:
Ashley Jensen
Rebecca:
Victoria Nairn
Flora:
Sandra McNeeley
Ian the piper:
Fred Morrison
Tam, a miner:
Lester Simpson

Psychological drama starring Irene Papas
Three exiled women, all escaping from their own personal tragedies, meet on a Greek island. Their lives and fates are to become inextricably linked. Director Paul Cox (1989) ◆ See Films: pages 46-56 **
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown:
Irene Papas
Director:
Paul Cox

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