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BBC Two England

The Pallisers

based on the novels of ANTHONY TROLLOPE The BBC2 Serial
Written for television in 22 parts by SIMON RAVEN starring
Susan Hampshire , Philip Latham
Phineas has stopped the People's Banner printing libellous information regarding himself and Lady Laura. Lizzie has married Reverend Emilius and the Duke of Omnium has died. Part12
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE
Director RONALD WILSON
BBC Two England

The World About Us

Ring of Bright Water and Beyond Gavin Maxwell , 1914-1969 by ALAN CORMACK
Mijbil, Edal and Teko are the otters immortalised in GAVIN MAX WELL'S books. But the man himself was an enigma. On the tenth anniversary of his death this dramatised biography examines Maxwell's life. Poet, portrait painter, naturalist and writer, it was Gavin Maxwell who did so much to gain protection for that shy, elusive, beautiful creature, the otter, and whose books have brought so much happiness to so many people all over the world - but brought tragedy to himself. Narrator DEREK JONES
Film cameraman MAURICE FISHER Film editor CHARLES ALDRIDGE
Designer JOHN BONE
Producer DAVID COBHAM BBC Bristol
BBC Two England

John Keats

A play in two parts by NICK MCCARTY
2: Climb with Me the Steep
His journey into the heart and mind of man has begun. Familiar with death, yet thirsting for life, the young Keats ascends to the pinnacle of greatness only to fall victim to the scourge of his generation, but leaving to us a priceless legacy. Cast in order of appearance
Editorial Consultant ROBERT GITTINGS Music by ANTHONY ISAAC
Photography PHILIP BONHAM-CARTER Lighting DENNIS CHANNON Sound MALCOLM JOHNSON
Producer CAROL ROBERTSON Director JAMES ORMEROD
BBC Two England

Blott on the Landscape

by TOM SHARPE dramatised in six parts by MALCOLM BRADBURY
1: However much Lady Maud Lynchwood may insist, Sir Giles is more than reluctant to give her any children. This triggers a manic chain of events, with many unforeseen and surprising consequences.
Music by DAVID MACKAY
Costume designer IAN ADLEY
Make-up designer SUE KNEEBONE designer JOHN BONE executive producer BRIAN EASTMAN Producer EVGENY GRIDNEFF Director ROGER BAMFORD t FEATURE: page 82 and WODDIS ON: page 79
*CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC Two England

Blott on the Landscape

by TOM SHARPE
The last of six parts dramatised by MALCOLM BRADBURY
Blott's destructive night out has had no effect in stopping the motorway. But he is determined not to be beaten and plans one final campaign to protect the estate.
Music by DAVID MACKAY Lighting BERT ROBINSON and HARRY THOMAS Sound IAN LEIPER
DesignerJOHN BONE
Executive producer BRIAN EASTMAN Producer EVGENY GRIDNEFF Director ROGER BAMFORD *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC Two England

Blott on the Landscape

by TOM SHARPE dramatised in six parts by MALCOLM BRADBURY
4: Dundridge is determined that the motorway will go through Cleene Gorge. Lady Maud is just as determined that it won't. With Blott's help, she plans a strategy.
Music by DAVID MACKAY Lighting
BERT ROBINSON and HARRY THOMAS Sound IAN LEIPER
Designer JOHN BONE
Executive producer BRIAN EASTMAN Producer EVGENY GRIDNEFF Director ROGER BAMFORD *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC Two England

Blott on the Landscape

2: Appalled by the riot in Worford and under pressure from the Prime Minister, the Ministry send a troubleshooter to conduct negotiations. Dundridge arrives, to be faced with more than he bargained for.
Music by DAVID MACKAY Lighting
BERT ROBINSON and HARRY THOMAS Sound LAN LEIPER
Designer JOHN BONE
Executive producer BRIAN EASTMAN Producer EVGENY GRIDNEFF Director ROGER BAMFORD
*CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC Two England

The Wrong Box

continues a season of films by the distinguished writer-director BRYAN FORBES. starring
Victorian England;
Masterman and Joseph Finsbury, two elderly brothers live next door to each other. One of them will win a large inheritance on the other's death. Masterman wants the fortune for his gauche grandson Michael, an ineffectual medical student; Joseph is too distracted to care, but his avaricious nephews Morris and John have other plans....
An impressive cast of British comic actors feature in this crazy comedy, full of wild chases, bizarre deaths and eccentric characters.
Screenplay by LARRY GELBART and BURT SHEVELOVE. based on the novel by R.L. STEVENSON and LLOYD OSBOURNE
Produced and directed by BRYAN FORBES
0 FILMS: page 18
BBC Two England

Summer Season: Radio Pictures

by Stewart Parker
A play to amuse you, about the rehearsal and recording of a radio play. The director believes "radio is very akin to film, except radio is more visual". The play within a play is about a Peeping Tom.
BBC Two England

Blott on the Landscape

by TOM SHARPE dramatised in six parts by MALCOLM BRADBURY
3: After his night at the Golf Club, Dundridge awakes to discover himself on a lonely country road. He is in his car but clad only in his underwear. He cannot remember anything.
Music by DAVID MACKAY
Costume designer IAN ADLEY
Make-up designer SUE KNEEBONE Designer JOHN BONE
Executive producer BRIAN EASTMAN Producer EVGENY GRIDNEFF Director ROGER BAMFORD * CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC Two England

Giving Tongue

The last of three Mohday night dramas in the Wicked
Women season is a satirical comedy starring Clare Holman
Charlotte Coleman , Michael Angelis Labour has gained power and new MP
Jessie Fielding introduces a bill abolishing bloodsports. Then her past comes back to haunt her. See today's choices.
Written by Emma Fortune : Producer Colin Ludlow
Director Stefan Schwartz
♦ To play the politician: page 6 Followed by Video Nation Shorts
BBC Two England

Getting Hurt

A dark thriller about sexual obsession and murder, written by Andrew Davies , that opens the Obsessions season of four films about people who have been driven to passionate extremes. Starring Ciaran Hinds Amanda Ooms
Successful lawyer Charlie Cross finds his suburban lifestyle shattered when he embarks on a passionate affair with the wife of his client, Edgar Bosco.
Producer Gareth Neame : Director Ben Bolt
* See This Week: page 8
BBC Two England

Regeneration

First World War drama, based on the novel by Pat Barker , starring
Jonathan Pryce
James Wilby , Jonny Lee Miller 1917: psychiatrist Dr William Rivers begins to question his training when charged with healing the mentally wounded, only to return them to the front. His doubts increase when poet Siegfried Sassoon is declared shell-shocked for making an anti-war declaration.
Director Gillies MacKinnon (1997, 15)
Digital widescreen Subtitled ...... ♦ See Rims: pp 54-61 **** ♦ Teach Yourself Jonny Lee Miller: page 54
BBC Two England

The Alan Clark Diaries

2/6. The Lady. Will an ill-advised racial remark ruin Clark's Cabinet ambitions? Episode three follows on BBC4 at 10.30.
Dramatised by Jon Jones ; Producer Kate Lewis
Director Jon Jones First shown on BBC4
BBC Two England

Funland

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
BBC Two England

Funland

10/11. Will Carter and Mercy give each other the information they desperately need? (S)
11.00 11/11. Can Shirley find happiness again?
First shown on BBC3






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