Galway Advertiser 1987/1987_06_18/GA_18061987_E1_012.pdf
6.50 a.m.: OPEN UNIVERSITY 2.25: FILM: THE SEA CHASE. Starring Lana Turner and John Wayne, unusually cast as Karl Erhlich, a World War Two captain of a German freighter trapped in Sydney harbour. Despite his antiNazi beliefs, he resolves to get his crew and vessel to the safety of a neutral port, but they are chased all the way. Made in 1955, directed by John Farrow. 4.20: THE SKY AT NIGHT 4.40: CRICKET: SECOND TEST 6.10-6.50: DANCING IN THE RAIN 6.50: ALMEIDA FESTIVAL 7.20: NEWSVIEW 8.00: CARDIFF SINGER O F THE WORLD 8.40: ALMEIDA FESTIVAL 10.00: FILM- THE FRIENDS OF EDDIE COYLE. Starring movie hero Robert Mitchum as ageing hoodlum Eddie Coyle. Faced with a new prison sentence, he betrays his underworld friends and a d s as informer to the authorities in the hope that it will earn him a lighter sentence. But all it seems to bring him is trouble. Also starring Peter Boyle, made in 1973, directed by Peter Yates. 11.40-1.20: FILM: AND SOON THE DARKNESS. Tense suspense thriller starring Pamela Franklin, Sandor Eles and MJchele Dotrice. During a cycling holiday in France, Jane and Cathy are noticed by a stranger in a cafe. Later Cathy vanishes and the man reappears offering to help Jane search for her. But is he to be trusted? Made in 1970, directed by Robert Fuest
21st J U N E , 1987 BBC1
12.10: SEE HEAR 12.35: FARMING 12.58: WEATHER FOR FARMERS 1.00: NEWS HEADLINES 1.05: BONANZA 1.55: TOM AND JERRY 2.00 EASTENDERS 3.00: FILM: THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF THE WILDERNESS FAMILY. Wildlife excitement and adventure in the Rocky Mountains, where the Robinson family prepare for the rigours of winter. Snow means fun for all, but fierce storms and a killer wolf spell danger. Starring Robert Logan, Susan Damante Shaw, Ham Larsen and heather Rattray. Directed by Frank Zuniga (1975). 4.40: THE PINK PANTHER SHOW 5.00: PARTY IN THE PARK 5.50: THE ANIMALS ROADSHOW 6.25: NEWS; Weather 6.40: PRAISE BE! 7.145: ANZACS. 8.50: BREAD 9.20: THATS LIFE! 10.05: NEWS: Weather 10.20: CHOICES 11.10: THE ROYAL INTERNATIONAL HORSE SHOW
20th J U N E , 1987 UTV
12.00: ITN NEWS 12-05: WRESTLING 1.00: BORIS BECKER 1.30: TERRAHAWKS 2.00: FILM: BLONDIE PLAYS CUPID. Starring Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake, Glenn Ford. Blondie and Dagwood are on their way to spend the fourth of July at their Aunt Hannah's ranch. 5.00: ITN NEWS 5.03: ULSTER NEWS 5.05: THE GRUMBLEWEEDS SHOW 5.35: PRINCE'S TRUST CONCERT 7.05: THE BEST O F BOBBY DAVRO ON THE BOX 7.50: MURDER, MYSTERY, SUSPENSE -- DEATH STALKS THE BIG TOP. 9.15: NEWS 9.27: ULSTER NEWS AND WEATHER 9.30: NEW--BULMAN 10.30: THE LATE CUVE JAMES 11.15: magnum 12.15: SPORTS RESULTS
9.25: CARTOON TIME 9.30: D I S N E V S THE WUZZLES 10.00: GET FRESH 10.30: THE ADVENTURES OF BLACK BEAUTY 11.00: MORNING WORSHIP 12.00: NEW -- JOBWATCH 12.30: NEW --EASY 12.58: LUNCHTIME NEWS 1.00: LINK 1.30: IRISH RAILWAYS -- THE IMPERMANENT WAY? or SLEEPERS AWAKE 1.58: FARMING WEATHER 2.00: THY KINGDOM COME 2.30: IRELAND TO STARBOARD -- CORK DRY GIN ROUND IRELAND '86 3.30: INTERNATIONAL ATHLETICS: THE PEARL ASSURANCE GREAT NORTH RUN FROM NEWCASTLE UPONTYNE 4.30: THE HONEY SIEGE 5.00: SHOW ME 5.30: HIGHWAY TO HEAVEN 6.30: ITN NEWS 6.38: ULSTER NEWS 6.40: HIGHWAY 'Isle of Man* 7.15: TARBVS FRAME GAME 7.45: FLYING LADY 8.45: ITN NEWS 8.57: ULSTER NEWS AND WEATHER 9.00: FLOODTTDE 10.00: THRILLER 11.00: THE SILK ROAD 12.00: SPORTS RESULTS 12.05: NEWS AT BEDTIME
Janis Joplin is one of the stars featured in Mountjoy Pop (1984), a documentary of the International Pop Festival held in California exactly 20 years ago. Channel 4, Thursday June 25 at 1.30 a.m.
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11.15-5.15: GRANDSTAND: 1.00 News Summary. 11.20 World Cup Rugby. 1.15 Rallying. 1.20 Cricket 2.00 EBF Errofl Stakes. 2.30 High Yield Stakes. 3.00 Steel Plate and Sections Victory Cup Handicap Stakes. 2.05-2.25 and 2.35-2.55 Tennis. 3.10 Tennis/Cricket 4.30 Show Jumping/Hockey.. 4.55 Final Score. 5.05: NEWS: WEATHER. 5.15: SPORTS NEWS 5.20: OLIVER TWIST II 5.50: PARTY IN THE PARK 6.25: LES DENNIS'S LAUGHTER SHOW 7.00: BOB SAYS OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS 7.45: FILM: THE WILD WEST REVISITED. 9.20: NEWS AND SPORT: Weather. 9.35-10.00: BOB SAYS OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS. 10.00: SPORTS SPECIAL. 10.05 World Cup Rugby. 10.55 Show Jumping 11.30 Basketball 12.15 Cricket Second Test 12.45 International Tennis. 1.15 Athletics. GDR v USSR from East Benin.
6.50 a.m.: OPEN UNIVERSITY 1.30: SUNDAY GRANDSTAND 1.30 Show Jumping. 2.30 and 5.00 Cricket 3.45 Athletics. 6.30 Motor Racing. 6.55 THE MONEY PROGRAMME 7.30: CARDIFF SINGER OF THE WORLD 9.20: THEATRE NIGHT: BIRTHDAY PARTY by Harold Pinter 11.10-11.50: GRAND PRIX. The 1987 Formula One Worid Championship of the Detroit Grand Prix. Commentators: James Hunt and Murray Walker.
4.15: SATURDAY MATINEE: THE MAN IN THE SILK HAT. The French film-maker and comic Max Under was known as The Man in the SUk H a t In this film Maud Under recreates his Hfe drawing on much of his film work 6.00: OUT AND ABOUT 6.30: LIVE FROM WILEBSKFS 7.00: FRONTLINE 8.00: NUACHT 8.05: LET THE HOUSE DECIDE 9.05: HART TO HART 10.00: THE DAY THE UNIVERSE CHANGED 11.00: PALACE OF DREAMS
4.55: fNUGHUIT 6.30: OUT AND ABOUT 7.00: TREASURE HUNT 8.00: NUACHT 8.05: ANOTHER ISLAND -- OILEAN EILE. The Great Blasket Island was finally evacuated in 1953 and the community moved to the mainland of Dun Chaoin. This documentary deals with the history and literary legacy of the Blaskets. Rare archival film and photographs show the island as it was at the beginning of the century. The writings of 'The Islandman -- Tomas 0 Criothain' Peig Say ers and the author of 'Twenty Years A Growing', Muiris 0 Suilleabhain are also featured. Also appearing are many of the islanders, some of whom returned for the film which celebrates the magnificent literary and cultural legacy the island people have left us. Narrator. Kieron Moore. 10.25: THE SUNDAY GAME.
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1.30: ROOM OUTSIDE 2.00: REJOICE 2.45: OUT AND ABOUT 2.45: FILM: UP IN THE AIR. Bullying prefects and a tyrannical headmaster in a Dickensian boarding school are not enough to deter a new pupil who, behaving rather like Oliver Twist and complaining about the food, determines to spoil their dishinest game. Starring: Gary Smith and Jon Pertwee 3.45: SUNDAY MATINEE: THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME. H. G. Wells' early foray into sciencefiction is technically updates as a moon-dty under its translucent dome is served an ultimatium by a space despot surrender, or be destroyed, along with mother Earth. Starring: Jack Palance and Carol Lynley. 5.30: FAILTE AN GAEL 6.00: THE ANGELUS 6.01: NEWS FOLLOWED BY News for the Deaf and Sports Results. 6.15: CAROON TIME 6.30: TALK IT OVER 7.00: OUR HOUSE 7.55: THE RETURN OF SHERLOCK HOLMES 9.00: NEWS 9.20: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 10.20: RUN AROUND 11.20: LATE NEWS
10.45: THE MAKING OF THE USA 1776--1890. 11.15: DANCDN* DAYS 12.10: CENTURY O N THE CRAGS 1.10 p.m.: WORLD OF ANIMATION 1.40: THE AWFUL TRUTH (1937). Channel 4's season of films starring Cary Grant continues this afternoon with this 19305 farce in which a husband and wife (Grant and Irene Dunne) divorce and then realise that they cannot live apart 3.20: HIS GIL FRIDAY (1940). Cary Grant stars in Howard Hawks' black comedy as a devious newspaper managing editor who tricks a reporter (Rosalind Russell) into giving up her plans to leave the paper and staying on to cover one last case 5.05: BROOKSIDE OMNIBUS 6.00: RIGHT TO REPLY 6.30: OURSELVES AND OTHER ANIMALS 7.00: NEWS SUMMARY AND WEATHER followed by THE GODS OF WAR. 7.30: BANDUNG FILE 8.30: ROBINSON COUNTRY 9.00: NIGHTS AND DAYS 10.00: GOLF: THE US OPEN 12.00: DON'T MISS WAX 12.45: NOSFERATU THE VAMPYRE (1979).
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2.00 p.m.: THE POCKET MONEY PROGRAMME 2.30: WALK, DON'T RUN (1966). Romantic comedy starring Cary Grant (in his last feature film) as an English industrialist who plays Cupid to Samantha Eggar and Jim Hutton in overcrowded Tokyo during the 1964 Olympic Games. Co-starring John Standing. 4.30: WOODY WOODPECKER 4.40: HAZEL'S CHILDREN 5.30: NEWS SUMMARY AND WEATHER followed by T O O HOT TO HANDLE? The Nature of Radioactivity 6.15: ROWING: POWER SPRINT 1987 7.00: CHALLENGE TO SPORT 7.15: THE STRUGGLES FOR POLAND 8.15: MAN AND MUSIC: CLASSICAL VIENNA 9.15: POWERHOUSE BLUE 10.15: GOLF: THE U.S. OPEN
1030c RUGBY WORLD CUP 12.50: NEWS HEADLINES 12.52: SPORTS STADIUM 5.05: THE CHISHOLMS 6.00: THE ANGELUS 6.01: NEWS: and News for the Deal 6.15: MA1LBAG 6.35: MacGYVER 7.25: GIVE U S A CLUE 7.55: THE FAR PAVILIONS 9.00: NEWS 9.15: FILM: SfLKWOOD. The real Hfe and death drama of Karen Silkwood was played out in the early '70s as she became increasingly involved in union activity in an Oklahoma plutonrum ^ i n e r t m plant -- where vital safety precautions may, it seems Italy, have been flouted by a cynical employed in a one-company town. Starring: Meryl Streep, Cher and Kurt Russell. 11.40: THE NEW MIKE HAMMER
Continuing a season of films starring the late Cary
Grant in his last feature film Walk, Don't Run (1966), an entertaining romantice comedy set in overcrowded Tokyo during the 1964 Olympic Games: Sunday, June 21,2.30p.m. on Channel4.