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Huddersfield Daily Examiner from Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England • 2

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2 Huddersfield Daily Examiner Tuesday May 24 1988 Telephone Classified Advertising 53832 1 All other departments 537444 TODAY'S TV and RADIO BBC 2 Aire: 828KHz VHF 963MHz Radio 1: Radio 3: Leeds: 1089KHz275m 1215KHz247m 774KHz388m VHF 88-90 2MHz VHF902-924MHz VHF 924MHz Radio 2: Radio 4: Pennine: 909KHz330m 200KHz1500m 1530KHz196m VHF 88-902MHZ VHF 924-948MHz VHF 1025MHz terplay) Telemann (Cantata: Ein jeder Lauft) Gordon Crosse (Verses in memorials David Munrow) performed by singers and instrumentalists 1020 Vincent DTndy Sonata in Op 59 played by Lydia Mordkovitch (violin) and Clifford Benson (piano) 1 1 00 Composers of the Week: Monteverdi Ballet music: II ballo delle ingrate Lamento d'Olimpia Ballo: Volgendo il ciel Lamrato della Ninfa Balletto: De la bellezza records 1145 Late-Night Chopin 3 Waltzes Op 34 played by Ashkenazy record 1200 News Radio 1 530 Newsbeat with Frank Partridge 545 Bruno Brookes 700 From Welfare To Workfare Simon Bates hosts a live debate from the Crucible Studio Theatre Sheffield involving young people who have been directly affected by the recent Government changes in welfare 800 Liz Kershaw 1000 John Peel FM STEREO Radios 1 and 2 745pm Steve Race presents the Radio Orchestra Show (continued) 925 Tha King's Singers in celebration of their 20th anniversary 100 As Radio 1 120-40am as Radio 2 Radio 4 Radio 2 500 PM 550 Shipping Forecast 555 Weather 600 Six O'Clock News Financial Report 630 Flying The Flag (s) Comedy by Alex Shearer starring Dinsdale Landen 700 News 705 The Archers 720 File On 4 Analysis of major issues at home and abroad with Max Easterman 800 Revolutions In Sound (s) Robin Ray presents the fifth of six programmes celebrating 100 years of the gramophone 830 Whatever Happened To Methodism? The Methodist Church celebrates the 250th anniversary of the conversion of their founder John Wesley on Tuesday 9 15 In Touch A magazine for the visually handicapped 945 Kaleidoscope 10 15 A Book At Bedtime Nights at the Alexandria by William Trevor (2 of 5) 1029 Weather 1030 The World Tonight 1115 The Financial World Tonight 1 1 30 Today in Parliament 1200 News incl 1220 Weather 1233 Shipping Forecast 450 CHILDREN TALKING "Important People" In 1967 Harold Williamson asked young Sunderland children who they thought were important (bw) 500 THE ALTERNATIVE HOLIDAY SHOW John Thirlwell and Kathy Tayler sample some holidays with a difference Today a cathedral camp in Lincoln and a dig in North Yorkshire 530 WORLD An edition from Barnsdale featuring garden plants that thrive in different conditions wet cold shady or dry fighting the slug war by introducing some of its natural predators and advice on growing courgettes and other tender vegetables 600 INTERNATIONAL PRO-CELEBRITY GOLF Eric Sykes and Russ Abbot partner Lee Trevino and Sandy Lyle over nine holes of the Ailsa Course at the Turnberry Hotel watched by Peter Alliss 650 ARCHITECTURE AT THE CROSSROADS In the last of 10 films a look at some contemporary architecture which may join the list of seminal buildings of the century and a look to the future with contributors including I Pei Richard Rogers and Norman Foster defining the changing role of the architect 730 NEW SCOTTISH ART John Byrne introduces a series profiling four young Scottish artists at work and discussing their ideas and influences In the first programme Ken Currie explains how Glasgow's labour history is his stimulus (new series) 750 MACH I Scottish sculptor David Mach is known for his enormous tyre and magazine constructions Each day this week his progress will be followed on the piece of work he is building outside the BBC Television Centre London (new series) 800 CONNOISSEUR Bamber Gascoigne chairs another round of the quiz on paintings sculpture architecture and all the decorative arts Today's contestants are from Aylesbury Essex Golders Green and Cheshire (O) 830 BRASS TACKS Good As You? On the day the law banning the promotion of homosexuality comes into force Gerry Northam asks how it will affect youngsters and the support they received from teachers youth workers and local authority-funded helplines 900 TATE GALLERY LIVERPOOL Amid the opening-day celebrations Joan Bakewell introduces reviews of the three exhibitions on view: the gallery's collection of Surrealist painting and sculpture Starlit Waters which reflects 20 years of British sculpture 1968-88 and Mark Rothko's Seagram Mural Project 930 THE NATURE OF AUSTRALIA The End Of Isolation The final programme looks at the price the Australian countryside has paid for the European farming styles introduced by settlers and at the prospects for what remains of Australia's mineral-rich wilderness (O) 1025 TATE GALLERY LIVERPOOL A spectacular performance combining water image and music commissioned by the Tate for its opening celebrations from Bruce McLean Gavin Bryars and David Ward and featuring the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra 1050 NEWSNIGHT 1135 WEATHER VIEW 1140 TAKING ART APART Sandy Nairne chairs the first of three nightly discussions about art and its institutions Tonight the concept of British art is considered by Peter Fuller editor of Modern Painters artist Gavin Jantjes Jill Morgan of Rochdale Art Gallery and the Royal Academy's exhibitions director Norman Rosenthal (new series) 1210 OPEN UNIVERSITY The Rise and Fall of Britain's Sanctions Policy MUGS 99p Available from The Examiner Office Ramsden Street Huddersfield 505 John Dunn 700 Robert Parker's A to of Jazz An alphabetical survey of classic jazz in 26 parts 21: (continued) 730 Steve Race presents the Radio Orchestra Show (contd on FM only) 745 International Soccer Special Full commentary on England Colombia at Wembley 945 The King's Singers (joining FM) 1000 Another Digance Indulgence Richard Digance presents his Cockney wit and charm with the Kipper Family 1030 Back to Square One Chris Serle chairs a quiz game which delves into the origins of well-known expressions names and phrases Captains Sheila Steafel and Lea-lie Thomas are joined by Jeffrey Holland and Noddy Holder 1100 Brian Matthew presents Round Midnight 100 Charles Nove presents Nightride 300 A Little Night Music Radio 3 500 Mainly for Pleasure with Edward Seckerson 630 The Northumbrian Bagpipes Richard Kelly introduces recordings 700 News 705 Third Ear Novelist and essayist Dan Jacobson talks to Paul Bailey 730 Chopin's Piano: Play by David Zane Mairowitz with Bernard Hepton Shelley Thompson and John Rowe 910 Now and Then Kenneth Jones (Dreams of Men) Brevi (Cantata: Spiritus angelici) Arthur Wills (Three Poems by Cummings) Malcolm Lipkin (In- Pennine 400 Richard James Jobfile 70s Sequence Medley and this week's Compact Disc at 5pm and Headlines with 430 and 530 700 Noils with Tony Pierce Maurice Robson's Voices Past 800 Tim Finlay Oddbods The Hit List Decker and the best of 1200 Steve Tong News on the hour every hours a day including the Six-five featured Pennine Reports Sport at Tops and featuring From The including Triple star interviews hour 24 Channel 4 500 BEWITCHED Samantha on Thin Ice Tabitha is all set to leam to skate the normal way but Endora gives her a little help Starring Elizabeth Montgomery 530 GLORIOUS COLOUR American artist and designer Kaffe Fassett uses the art of knitting to explore colour and today's programme visits his two-day workshop 600 SUMO Series about Sumo wrestling introducing the sport's rules techniques and rituals and taking a glimpse behind the scenes (R) 645 CHALLENGE TO SPORT LACROSSE One of the video introductions to so-called "minor" sports 700 CHANNEL 4 NEWS Peter Sissons presents television's most comprehensive news programme 750 COMMENT A guest speaker gives his or her personal view on a current topic Folllowed by Weather 800 BROOKSIDE Jonathan and Sheila look back Anna looks forward and makes decisions 830 4 WHAT WORTH The award winning consumer investigation series introduced by Penny Junor returns with a new investigative reporter Susan Osman Plus Which? best buys from David Stafford and reports by Bill Breckon (new series) 900 INGMAR BERGMAN THE MAGIC LANTERN The first of two documentaries tonight launching a joint C4ITV season to mark the 70th anniversary of the great Swedish filmmaker Ingmar Bergman Narrated by Max von SyddW this film draws on his memoirs for a portarit of the man and his work (the second documentary is on ITV at 1035) 1000 ST ELSEWHERE Where there's hope there's Crosby The return of the medical drama series about Boston's over-stretched teaching hospital St Eligius Today 90-year-old Fr McCabe the hospital founder returns in ill health and prepared for death (new series) 1100 VOICES: THE TROUBLE WITH TRUTH Science fictions John Searle leads a series of conversations and debates about serious ideas and tonight he defends the achievement of science and the tradition of rationality With Johan Galtung and Jerry Ravetz 1200 GHOSTS IN THE MACHINE The Assignation Channel 4's showcase for the best new video and film tonight features two programmes: the first is George Snow's bold adaptation of an Edgar Allan Poe short story followed by 1215 ROOMS Bernard Hebert's intense drama from Canada about the relationship between two women who live both together and apart in a large house 1235 NIGHTWORKS The late-night slot for more serious music tonight presents: HONEGGER CONCERTINO Adrian Marthaler's unconventioal visualisation of Honegger's music followed by 1245 THROUGH ROSES A work for one actor and nine musicians by Marc Neikrug (R) followed by 135 CHASING RAINBOWS A NATION AND ITS MUSIC OUTSIDERS? MUSIC ON THE MARGINS A look at the role of music in the British way of life and today's programme examines the link between music and rebellion 240 Close (0) or (C) indicates subtitles for the hard of hearing are available on teletext Channel 4 800 4-TEL ON VIEW 930 SCHOOLS 930: The French Programme 952: Environments 1009: Good Health 1026: Facts of Life 1048: Living and Growing 1 1 05: Middle English 1122: Picture Box 1141: Craft Design and Technology 1200 SESAME STREET The gang discuss their fear of thunder and the guest is singer Cab Calloway 1230 BUSINESS DAILY Susannah Simons presents Channel 4's daily financial news service 100 JOBSEARCH The Open College continues with this new series about looking for jobs featuring 10 unemployed people who together learn the "tricks of the trade" that can help them find employment 130 WRITE ON Writers Wanted Repeat of the series about improving writing skills today looking at lucidity (R) 200 THE PARLIAMENT PROGRAMME Coverage of the work of the Houses of Parliament presented by Glyn Mathias 230 FILM: JOHNNY BELINDA (1948) Tear-jerking melodrama starring Oscar-winning Jane Wyman as a farm-girl brutally raped by drunken Stephen McNally With Lew Ayres Charles Bickford Agnes Moorehead 420 PINK AND BLUE BLUES Short-sighted Mr Magoo becomes a confused babysitter 430 COUNTDOWN Richard Whiteley introduces another edition of the popular words and numbers game with Gyles Brandreth in dictionary corner Granada 500 Morning News 600 TV-am 925 Granada Reports 930 Cross Wits 1000 Santa Barbara 1025 News 1030 The Time The Place 1110 Allsorts 1125 Granada Reports 1130 Make It Pay 1200 The Krypton Factor 1230 The Sullivans 100 News 120 Granada Reports 130 Quincy 225 Granada Reports 230 Something To Treasure 300 Take The High Road 325 Granada Reports 330 The Young Doctors 400 Thomas The Tank Engine 410 The Telebugs 420 T-Bag Strikes Again Penny Junor (left) and Susan Osman help champion the cause of consumers For What It's Worth Channel 4 830pm WEDNESDAY 630 Today incl 630 730 830 News Summary 645 Business News 655 755 Weather 70 80 Today's News 725 825 Sport 745 Thought for the Day 835 Yesterday in Parliament 857 Weather Travel 900 News 905 Midweek with Ronald Eyre (s) 1000 News Gardeners' Question Time Clay Jones and the team visit the Malpas and District Horticultural Society in Cheshire to answer members' questions 1030 Morning Story Catch of the Night by Mairide Woods 1045 Daily Service (s) 1 1 00 News Travel The Twice-Promised Land A File on 4 special series of three programmes about ideals and reality in Israel 40 years after the proclamation of the State 1147 Home From Home Rita Payne talks to second-generation immigrants born or brought up in this country about how British they feel (4 of 5) 1200 News You And Yours with John Buckley 1225 The Small Intricate Life of Gerald Potter Last of six-part series by Basil Booth-royd With Ian Carmichael 1255 Weather 100 The World AtOne 140 The Archers 155 Shipping Forecast 200 News Woman's Hour 300 News Storytellers (s) Five dramatised stories 4: Earth to Earth by Graeme Fife adapted from the story by Robert Graves 347 Time For Verse George MacBeth talks to Jeni Couzyn about her life and poetry 400 News 405 File On 4 Analysis of major issues at home and abroad with Max Eastman 445 Kaleidoscope Extra Radio 1 530 Adrian John 700 Simon Mayo with the Breakfast Show 930 Simon Bates 1230 Newsbeat with Frank Partridge 1245 Gary Davies 300 Steve Wright Radio 2 400 Steve Madden 530 Chris Stuart 730 Derek Jameson 930 Ken Bruce 1 1 00 Jimmy Young 1 05 David Jacobs 205 Gloria Hunniford 330 Adrian Love Radio 3 635 Open University (FM only) 655 Weather News Headlines 700 Morning Concert Johann Strauss (son) Liszt Barber 730 News 735 Dvorak Brahms Mahler (mono) Haydn Weill records 830 News 835 Composers of the Week: Sibelius A song The Bard String Quartet and Luonno-tar records 935 Rudolf Firkusny (piano) Beethoven (Sonata in Op 10 No 3) Dvorak (Theme and Variations) Martinu (Fantasy and Toccata) 1025 Telemann Chamber Music Trio-Sonatas in A minor and minor and Sonata in minor for oboe and continuo 1100 Midweek Choice incl Vaughan Williams Sammartini an Moffat Gerard Manley Hopkins Dunhill Coleridge-Taylor Rubinstein 1 00 News 105 Concert Hall (live relay) Anssi Karttunen (cello) and Tuija Hakkila (piano): Beethoven (Sonata in Op 102 No 1) Schumann (Fantasies-tucke Op 73) Enesco (Sonata in Op 26 No 1) 200 Record Review with Jeremy Siepmann 310 Vintage Years: Feodor Chaliapin records of the great Russian bass singing songs and arias including the Farewell Prayer and Death of Boris from Mussorgsky's Boris Godunov recorded live at Covent Garden in 1928 400 Choral Evensong from Porta- Pennine 200 Steve Redgrave through the early hours Quiz Challenge Secret Chart Challenge 600 Breakfast Show with News and 9 and News and 630 730 and 830 Messages at 620 and the daily Racing Tip Kirk with Russell Grant's Signs the Quick Quiz The St Elsewhere team stands ready to meet any emergency Channel 4 1000pm Yorkshire 500 BUGLE Tree Girls Botanist David Bellamy heads for the forest of 15m trees 515 WINNER TAKES ALL Hosted by Geoffrey Wheeler 545 ITN NEWS AT 545 600 CALENDAR News and views from around the region plus weather 630 CONNECTIONS Richard Madeley presents this specially customised version of Connections for adults 700 THE BEST OF BLESS THIS HOUSE People In Glass Houses Sid is rather surprised to learn what son Mike would like for a birthday present 230 AUF WIEDERSHEN PET The Fugitive The lads meet a British tired and hungry who is he? 800 THE COOK REPORT Rog er Cook again lifts the lid off some murky dealings in Britain and around the world 830 HOME TO ROOST The Test John Thaw and Reece Dinsdale star as father and son in this generation gap comedy Henry tries to teach Matthew how to drive 900 KING AND CASTLE Hams David introduces Hilary to Carol which turns out to be disastrous 1000 NEWS AT TEN Followed by Calendar News and Local Weather 1035 INGMAR THE DIRECTOR Lindsay Anderson narrates this documentary which features interviews with artists and technicians who created Bergman's cinema classics tracing his career over 40 years 1135 FIGHT NIGHT AWARDS A gala night of presentations to honour the outstanding boxers in the series over the past 12 months 1230 JOBFINDER Service for the region's unemployed 130 Close Granada 415 The Telebugs 425 Who's Next? 435 Inspector Gadget 500 Bellamy's Bugle 5 15 Winner Takes All 545 News 600 Granada Reports 630 Connections 700 Bless This House 730 Auf Wiedersehen Pet 800 The Cook Report 830 Home To Roost 900 King And Castle 1000 News 1030 Granada Reports 1035 Ingmar Bergman The Director 1135 Fight Night Awards followed by News Headlines 1230 Beyond The Unknown 230 America's Top 10 300 Sports Action 330 The Power Hour 430 Jobfinder -AVAILABLE FROM1 THE EXAMINER OFFICE RAMSDEN ST A Yorkshire 600 TV-am 925 CALENDAR NEWS and Local Weather 930 CROSS WITS Hosted by Tom O'Connor 1000 SANTA BARBARA Mason decides to prove himself a better lover than Channing 1025 ITN NEWS HEADLINES 1030 THE TIME THE PLACE Mike Scott hosts the live discussion programme 1110 ALLSORTS Going Away Today 1125 CALENDAR NEWS 1130 MAKE IT PAY Decorative Ironwork and Pressed Flowers 1200 THE KRYPTON FACTOR Hosted by Gordon Burns 1230 CALENDAR LUNCHTIME LIVE Regional news views and entertainment with Alan Hardwick and Jane Beckwith 100 ITN NEWS AT ONE 120 CALENDAR NEWS and Local Weather 125 HELP YOURSELF Epilepsy Week '88 With Lesley Judd 130 FALCQN CREST Stormy Weather Starring Jane Wyman 230 SOMETHING TO TREASURE With Su Evans and Geoffrey Bond DJ Paul Gambaccini reveals his zany collection of comics 300 TAKE THE HIGH ROAD The new District Nurse has the perfect temperament for Isabel's needs 325 CALENDAR NEWS 330 SONS AND DAUGHTERS Unspeakable accusations fly in Fiona's direction Craig has a personal dilemma to face 400 THOMAS THE TANK ENGINE AND FRIENDS Narrated by Ringo Starr 410 THE TELEBUGS Ordeal By Fire 420 T-BAG STRIKES AGAIN Debbie thinks she knows what the object is on the moon 445 CHATTERBOX Chldren's chat show With Aled Jones Michael Quill and Jose White Big break for Susan SUSAN Osman gets ajob she has always wantea in the new series of 4 What It's Worth (Channel 4 830pm) The award-winning investigative programme that looks at cons best-buys rip-offs and consumer news and views gives her the chance she's been waiting for Susan was previously an actress and a teacher before working in regional television and radio This is her first national TV job and her first assignment as an investigative reporter a reporter's dream job" she says it draws on all the journalistic skills researching scriptwriting interviewing and editing" And she has no qualms about the necessity to meet her quarries on the doorstep don't know if it's auspicious but on my very first report on the programme my interviewee hid in a broom cupboard Henry (John Thaw) faces a testing time as Matthew (Reece Dinsdale left) learns to drive Home To Roost ITV 830pm BBC 1 500 NEWSROUND 510 THE LOWDOWN On the Ball A film following the progress of youngsters at the Football Association's National School in Lilleshall Shropshire With coaching sessions fitted in after lessons the boys soon learn that football is a demanding way of life 535 NEIGHBOURS Paul gets some interesting facts from prison 600 SIX NEWS Weather 635 LOOK NORTH 700 THREE UP TWO DOWN Michael Elphick and Angela Thorne star as the reluctant flatsharing in-laws in the last episode of this repeat series Daphne returns to Cheltenham to have a heart-to-heart with Nanny Parker 730 EASTENDERS Sharon is upset by her mother's behaviour Dot receives a letter from Charlie and Michelle is delighted by an unexpected piece of news 800 BRUSHSTROKES Karl Howman stars as Jacko the decorator the ladies love to love Jacko feels he is still not ready for a romantic commitment but will this all change when he meets up with an old friend? 830 STEPTOE AND SON Classic comedy starring Harry Corbett and Wilfrid Brambell in Cuckoo in the Nest 900 NINE NEWS Regional News Weather 930 TALKING HEADS A Cream Cracker Under The Settee Thora Hird stars in the last of Alan Bennett's monologues as an old lady who is obsessive about dust and while cleaning under the settee she finds a cream cracker 1000 FILM 88: Cannes Film Festival Special Film star and director Clint Eastwood talks to Barry Norman in Cannes about his work as director on his new film Bird Plus an interview with Richard Gere talking about his new movie Miles From Home a report on Patty Hearst's visit to Cannes to talk about the American film on her life Patty and Robert Redford talks about directing the Milagro Beanfield War 1030 SPORTSNIGHT Introduced by Steve Rider including Football: England Colombia in the Rous Cup at Wembley Swimming: Reports on Adrian Moorhouse's preparation for the Olympic Games in Seoul 1145 WEATHER 30 STERADENT TABLETS 63p! IMPERIAL ARCADE CHEMISTS (So handy for BBC 1 600 635 655 700 855 900 920 1000 1025 1050 CEEFAX AM News Sport Weather Travel SUNK BY THE CENSUS An RKO comedy short strring Edgar Kennedy (bw) WEATHER BREAKFAST TIME with John Stapleton and Kirsty Wark Regional News and Weather News Weather THE PINK PANTHER SHOW KILROY! Topical discussion with Robert Kilroy-Silk and a studio audience News Weather FOUR SQUARE Yesterday's round of the weekday general-knowledge quiz hosted by Michael Groth BBC Andy Crane with programme news and birthday greetings followed by PLAY SCHOOL CRICKET Benson and Hedges Cup Tony Lewis introduces live coveage from one of today's quarter-final matches Incl 1055 and 1200 News and Weather REGIONAL NEWS AND WEATHER ONE NEWS Weather NEIGHBOURS Charlene and Shane are sent on an important mission FOUR SQUARE With Michael Groth Another game of the quiz in which two players choose numbered squares and answer questions about the subjects pictured on the reverse FILM: THE SHADOW RIDERS (1982) Spectacular made-for-tv western starring Tom Selleck and Sam Elliott with Katharine Ross and Ben Johnson Two Texan brothers who fought on opposite sides in the American Civil War are reunited against renegade Confederate soldiers when their family is kidnapped Western specialist Andrew McLaglen directed BBC Andy Crane introduces this afternoon's viewing starting with PIE IN THE SKY TREASURE HUNT Cartoon fun TAKE TWO Philip Schofield answers viewers' comments about BBC tv Today he looks at 'Chuckle Vision' and the Chuckle Brothers join him in the studio NEWSROUND 1255 100 130 150 215 350 410 425 BRommm (FORMERLY TRINITY GARAGES) YOUR BRAND NEW PEUGEOTTALBOT DEALER AT NORTHGATEHUDDERSFIELD PLEASE MOTE 'our NEW TELEPHONE NUMBER 0484-435404 NEWS? What do you know? Contact Examiner News Desk Tel 537444 BBC 2 655 OPEN UNIVERSITY Education-The William Tyndale Case 900 CEEFAX PAGES 938 DAYTIME ON TWO 215 CRICKET Tony Lewis introduces live coverage of the afternoon's play to the finish in a Benson and Hedges quarter-final Including at 300 News and Weather 350 National and Regional News and Weather Aled Jones hosts the Children's TV talk show Chatterbox YTV 445pm takes you with Quick Sound and Alan Ross's at 7 8 Sport at Morning 720 and 900 Roger Star Bargain Store and the ABC of hits 1200 Colin Slade's Lunch with a Punch including the Jobfile and featured Compact Disc and at 1pm Pennine Reports 200 Dorothy Box with the Money Box competition Dedication Line and the Sports Desks at 230 and 330 mouth Cathedral Radio 4 555 Shipping Forecast 600 News Briefing Weather 6 10 Farming Today (s) 625 Prayer For The Day (s) Early bird Thora Paul's comic heritage DISC jockey Paul Gambaccini' idea of settling down with a good book doesn't mean picking up the latest thriller His favourite bedtime reading is Donald Duck Mickey Mouse and the stars of his collection of 2000 comics Some of his prize issues Glasgow's appeal ARTIST Ken Currie is fascinated by Glasgow's labour history He depicts its people in their urban landscape with a commitment and dedication seen strikingly in the eight-panel mural with 250 figures commissioned for the city's People's Palace Museum He discusses his work in the first of four film profiles about New Scottish Art (BBC2 730pm) against the backdrop of the city that he says he wul never leave a city with experiences and sights indispensable if you want to produce an art about our he says city of extremes in many ways provocative things that make you think" are featured in Something To Treasure (Wednesday ITV 230pm) the programme about antiques and collecting consider the great Disney work among the best entertainment of the century" he says Also in the programme antiques expert Geoffrey Bond meets Iona Opie owner of Britain's largest collection of children's books which have been valued at £lm Iona offered the collection started in 1945 by her late husband Peter to the Bodleian Library at Oxford for half the price THORA Hird turned into an early bird in a bid to be absolutely word perfect for the recording of Alan Bennett's Talking Heads (BBC1 930pm) She plays Doris in the final of Bennett's monologues which is called A Cream Cracker Under The Settee Doris a woman in her 70s suffers from dizzy spells and is fitted with a pacemaker Her problem is dust She just can't resist the urge to clean tne areas the home help overlooks So lying there on the floor after a sudden fall with the cream cracker in sight memories come flooding back simplest thing 1 can say is that I tried to make this lady like the millions of other women like her everywhere" says Thora was a tremendous challenge but it was a lovely challenge having all those words to lern because Alan's words are so truthful and so life-like" Promotion ban fears BRASS Tacks examines the effects of the law banning the promotion of homsexuality through the eyes of a family in Leeds whose 16-year-old son is gay in Good As You? (BBC2 830pm) Procucer Claire Lewis says: 14 15 and 16-year-olds find when they are having difficulty with their sexuality that they cannot talk about it to their parents and instead turn to a teacher a youth worker or possibly a helpline funded by a local authority" The programme looks at what will happen if the word 'promotion' effectively means that such help from local authorities is cut off It looks at teachers' fears that they may be embroiled in test cases at a time when many people think homosexuality is being driven back into the closet if they refused and there were questions of public interest to answer that they persisted She said they always invited subjects to answer questions in a conventional interview It was only 4 4.

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