A four-part series written by Dennis Potter.
3: Castles and catwalks and crystal flutes. Success has put a sheen on lovely, pliable Blackeyes. But grimmer shapes are reflected in the high gloss. A lonely death in cold water still beckons to her, and the sick rage of an obsessive cop is no recompense for such a fate. The young man who loves
Blackeyes is still trying to get into the story of her life. If he can, his shy adoration might yet save her. But is he all he seems to be....?
Produced by RICK MCCALLUM Directed by DENNIS POTTER
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A four-part series written by Dennis Potter.
Katharine Hepburn Bogart won an Oscar for his memorable performance in this classic movie. He plays
Charlie Allnutt , a ship's drunken captain who - to his astonishment - falls in love with Rose Sayer , a prim and seemingly indomitable spinster. Together they conduct a private battle against the Germans in East Africa when war is declared.
Written by JAMES AGEE and JOHN HUSTON from c. s. FORESTER's novel Directed by JOHN HUSTON Produced by S. P. EAGLE
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Musical highlights from The Late Show 1992-93, including performances by Simply Red, Iggy Pop and many more. Presented by Tracey Macleod.
A series of films from all over the world about our astonishing planet and the people who live on it
Film, shown for the first time in colour, of the uproarious balloon race organised in 1965 by the BBC's Travel and Exploration Unit in which ten passenger-carrying balloons took to the air from a field near the Oxfordshire village of Stanton Harcourt and landed in various parts of the Cotswolds.
"(Television's) craziest piece of reportage... a wonderful spectacular feature bringing something excitingly different to the home screen... the compilation of the story, from a mass of mad or funny incidents as the nine competitors tried to follow a fox balloon was a masterpiece" (Daily Telegraph)
Written and produced by Brian Branston
(First shown on BBC-1)
Storyville documentary following homicide detective Jean-François Abgrall's pursuit of an enigmatic suspect, whom he believed to be guilty of the brutal murder of a woman on a beach in Brittany in 1989. Director Nigel Williams ; Series editor Nick Fraser
The chance to meet some baby birds.
A series of five programmes examining the role of Members of Parliament. Consultant
1: White, Male and Middle-Class
How to get into Parliament -and who does. Becoming a candidate and getting elected. A wide range of MPs and former MPs tell the story.
Film editor TERRY WILLIAMS
Directed by NICHOLAS METCALFE Produced by TONY ROBERTS
C Is for Concrete. Architects in Oxford and Cambridge are rediscoveringthe colourful and decorative potential of "synthetic masonry" - or concrete. Producer Jamie Muir ; Executive producer
opens a season of classic films from Australia.
Today starring Judy Davis Sam Neill
Sybylla Melvyn - born to poverty on an outback farm - is determined to fulfil her life and have not only a career, but a 'brilliant' one. This moving and dramatic love story follows her years of independence and the eventful writing of her autobiographically-inspired novel which was published in Edinburgh in 1901. Screenplay by ELEANOR WHITCOMBE Based on the novel by MILES FRANKLIN
Produced by MARGARET PINK
Directed by GILLIAN ARMSTRONG
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6/6. The Cafe Polski man says: "I love you", the Fat Kids just say "no" and some very familiar faces say "calm down, calm down". With Morwenna Banks.
Director Tristram Shapeero ; Producer Phil Bowker
Shown last Friday on BBC1
Live coverage of David Cameron 's speech to the Conservative Party Conference in Blackpool. Today at the Conference is at 11.20pm.
Starring Val Doonican
with special guests: Shari Lewis, Kenny Rogers and The First Edition, The Romeros, Marian Davies
The Gillian Lynne Dancers
The Adam Singers
Directed by Cliff Adams
I'm Shouting. Max has a headache. (R)(S)(W) BBC TWEENIES MAGAZINE: published monthly, price £1.25, from newsagents
As America turns to biofuel,
Simon Gompertz starts a week of reports from the USA with a UK-financed company in the corn belt that is cashing in.
Eamonn Holmes takes a campervan holiday to northern New Mexico.
Chris Stuart introduces the final of the 1989 competition direct from St David 's Hall in Cardiff.
The five singers who scored the highest marks during the preliminary rounds earlier this week compete for the title, a cash prize of E5,000 and the Stuart Crystal. A lieder prize of £1,000 will also be awarded for the best performance in that category during the competition. The jury for the 1989 competition is Brian McMaster , General Administrator of the Welsh
Irina Arkhipova, Russian mezzo-soprano
Vera Rozsa , Hungarian-born singing teacher
Elisabeth Soderstrom , Swedish soprano
Matthew Epstein , American opera impresario
Donald Mclntyre , New Zealand bass-baritone
Shen Xiang , Professor of singing, Peking University. With the BBC Welsh
Symphony Orchestra led by JAMES CLARK conducted by Richard Armstrong and Kees Bakels Piano accompanists
INGRID SURGENOR and MICHAEL POLLOCK
And in the interval, Follow the Lieder - a special report on the week's solo singing, by the distinguished accompanist, ROGER VIGNOLES. SARA EDWARDS talks to members of the audience.
Comment on performances from: ANNA STEIGER.
Producer (competitors portraits) MARK OWEN
Directors (competitors portraits) SIAN OWEN and CLIFF JONES
Design LOUISE WILSON Sound PAUL JENKINS
Lighting LEN STEPHENS Competition manager ANNA WILLIAMS
Music adviser JULIAN SMITH Executive producer
HUW TREGELLES WILLIAMS
Producer HUMPHREY BURTON BBC Wales