Programme Index

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Including cartoon fun with Arthur, Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks, Trollz and Legend of the Dragon. With Barney Harwood, Kirsten O'Brien and Neville the Bear.
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Contributors

Presenter:
Barney Harwood
Presenter:
Kirsten O'Brien
Director:
Richard Bradley
Producer:
Andrew Jackman

Rousing western biopic of General Custer, starring Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland, based on events that led him to the infamous Battle of the Little Bighorn.
Review page 55.
(1941, U) (BW)

Contributors

Director:
Raoul Walsh
George Armstrong Custer:
Errol Flynn
Elizabeth Libby Bacon:
Olivia De Havilland
Ned Sharp:
Arthur Kennedy
California Joe:
Charley Grapewin
Samuel Bacon, Esq:
Gene Lockhart
Crazy Horse:
Anthony Quinn
Major Romulus Taipe:
Stanley Ridges
General Phil Sheridan:
John Litel

Presented by Hazel Irvine .
12.35 MotoGP A full round-up of all the action from this morning's Grand Prix in Shanghai. Reigning champion Valentino Rossi will hope to get back into winning ways, as he languishes in fifth place after three races.
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1.45 Golf Live coverage of the final day's play at the British Masters. Will England's David Howell be able to exorcise the pain of losing in last year's three-way play-off and scoop the £300,000 top prize this year? VIDEO Plus+ code for 1.45-6.00
(non-PDC)
Producer (motorsport) Belinda Rogerson Executive producer (golf) Paul Davies
www.bbc.co.uk/sport

Contributors

Presented By:
Hazel Irvine
Unknown:
Valentino Rossi
Unknown:
David Howell
Unknown:
Belinda Rogerson
Unknown:
Paul Davies
on BBC Two England

5/12. Liverpool to Carlisle. Morecambe Bay's deadly quicksands and coastal defences at Hadrian's Wall. Series producer Steve Evanson ; Series editor Gill Tierney
(RMS) Postponed from 7 May RADIO TIMES SUBSCRIPTION OFFER: turn to page 148 for our fantastic offer - subscribe to Radio Times for six months and receive a copy of the book Coast, the perfect companion to this BBC series

Contributors

Producer:
Steve Evanson
Editor:
Gill Tierney

The Purple Giraffe. Ted invites Robin to a party that's yet to be organised, in the hit US comedy. Josh Radnor Neil Patrick Harris , Alyson Hannigan , Jason Segel and Cobie Smulders star. Next episode: tomorrow
10.30pm, BBC3. Shown last Monday on BBC3

Contributors

Unknown:
Josh Radnor
Unknown:
Neil Patrick Harris
Unknown:
Alyson Hannigan
Unknown:
Jason Segel
Unknown:
Cobie Smulders

A jet-propelled kayak and a ridiculously powerful rally car do battle on a frozen lake in Iceland, and Gordon Ramsay is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Series producer Pat Doyle Repeated tomorrow at 7pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Gordon Ramsay
Producer:
Pat Doyle

2/6. The 1950 World Cup final saw hosts Brazil lose to neighbouring Uruguay in front of 200,000 fans in Rio. Such was the shock at the unexpected defeat, officials forgot to present the winners' trophy. But the preternatural talents of Pele and Garrincha inspired Brazil to put this huge upset behind them, and go on to dominate the event for the next 50 years. Narrated by Robert Lindsay.

Contributors

Narrator:
Robert Lindsay
Director/Producer:
Ben Southwell

2/6; series two. The annual appraisal: it's the yearly rigmarole that every employee dreads - particularly if their manager is the odious David Brent.

Contributors

Writer/Director:
Ricky Gervais
Writer/Director:
Stephen Merchant
Producer:
Ash Atalla
David Brent:
Ricky Gervais

1/6. Blackpool's seedy underbelly is exposed in this darkly comic thriller teeming with brassy characters: a couple on a dirty weekend; a bent businessman; and a man out for justice.
(First shown on BBC3) (S) (AD)

Contributors

Writer:
Simon Ashdown
Writer:
Jeremy Dyson
Director:
Dearbhla Walsh
Producer:
Sanne Wohlenberg
Carter Krantz:
Danny Mays
Mercy Woolf:
Judy Parfitt
Shirley Woolf:
Ian Puleston-Davies
Connie Woolf:
Frances Barber
Liam Woolf:
Kenny Doughty
Ruby Woolf:
Emily Aston
Dudley Sutton:
Kris Marshall
Lola Sutton:
Sarah Smart
Onan van Kneck:
Roy Barraclough
Leo Finch:
Philip Jackson
Bradley Stainer:
Jason Watkins
Bryan:
Paul Courtenay Hyu
Shadowman:
Kevin Eldon
Vienna Keen:
Beth Cordingly
Chris Church:
Ryan Pope
Ambrose Chapfel:
Mark Gatiss
Ken Cryer:
Simon Greenall
Idi:
David Webber
The Greek:
Nicholas Beverley
Trixie:
Sue Vincent
Doreen:
June Brouqhton
Alice:
Vilma Hollingbery
Frances Krantz:
Eve Pearce

Highlights from the Premiership play-offs, where a place in the Twickenham final is up for grabs. Sale are favourites, but will know that a top-of-the-table team has yet to win the showdown. With John Inverdale. Nick Mullins and Jonny Saunders commentate.

Contributors

Presenter:
John Inverdale
Commentator:
Nick Mullins
Commentator:
Jonny Saunders
Producer:
Robert Walker

Director Francis Ford Coppola's brooding psychological thriller stars Gene Hackman as Harry Caul, a surveillance expert who stumbles upon a murder plot. Review page 55. (1974, 15)

Followed by The Witness

Contributors

Director:
Francis Ford Coppola
Harry Caul:
Gene Hackman

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