Miracle in Soho starring
Written and produced by Emeric Pressburger
Directed by Julian Amyes
Michael Morgan , a notorious breaker of hearts, is soon up to his old tricks when he goes to work for a road gang in London's cosmopolitan Soho.
and SPORT followed by THE WEATHER
Introduced by Cliff Morgan
The International Championship 1968-69
ENGLAND w. FRANCE SCOTLAND v. IRELAND
Today's vital matches will considerably affect the International table that currently looks like this:
At the half-way stage of this season's International calendar the Irish, with two fine wins to bolster their confidence, journey to Murrayfield with high hopes of advancing their claims to both the Triple Crown and the International title.
At Twickenham the relatively inexperienced but talented England XV are hosts to the reigning champions who, despite the continued exuberance of their attacking play, currently find themselves at the foot of the table without a point to their name.
Cliff Morgan and Bill McLaren
Series producer. ALAN MOUNCER See page 33
by FYODOR DOSTOEVSKY dramatised in six parts by HUGH LEONARD
Pyotr is planning to have Shatov denounced, and has bribed the convict to kill the Lebyadkins. In spite of the workers' demonstration, the Grand Fete is about to take place.
PART 5: The Fire
Cast in order of appearance:
Script editor, Lennox Phillips
Lighting. Robert Wright
Designer. Derek Dodd
Producer, DAVID CONROY
Directed by NAOMI CAPON
Repeated on Thursday at 10.25 p.m.
Julia von Lembke:
Governor von Lembke:
A series of documentary films with Trevor Philpott
FILE No. 1 :
A PRIDE OF OFFICERS
The Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, has a reputation compounded of snobbery, glamour, and gallantry. It was founded just before Waterloo and for a century trained officers of style for an expanding Empire.
The Empire has gone, but Sandhurst is still there, and is still the most prestigious military school in the world. The British recruits now are of different stock from those of pre-war days. Every seventh Sandhurst cadet is from overseas, training not to improve his soul but to command men in some newly born national army.
Who are the young men in training at Sandhurst now, what are they being taught, and to what end?
Directed and produced by PETER ROBINSON
See page 33
A cartoon film from the drawings of GERARD HOFFNUNG
Directed by JOHN HALAS with music by FRANCIS CHAGRIN
A family album illustrates
Professor Ya-Ya's Memoirs
Produced by HALAS AND BATCHELOR in association with BBC-tv Enterprises
JULIE FELIX with special guests,
JACK JONES ; THE STRAWBS
Musical director, JOHN CAMERON
Sound, Alan Edmonds
Lighting. Ken McGregor Design, J. Roger Lowe
Production, MEL CORNISH
Julie Felix is joined by the folk trio The Strawbs in a song ' We'll meet again some time '; and Jack Jones , hailed by many as the new Sinatra, sings ' Without her ' and his latest release ' Love story.'
The weekly arts magazine
The Ginger Man ... Inadmissible Evidence ... Waiting for Godot landmarks in the stage career of the young Scottish actor Nicol Williamson. He has just finished his fourth feature film and next week plays Hamlet in a 'Free Theatre' production at the Round House, Chalk Farm, London.
Tonight he talks to Ronald Eyre with illustrations from his films and an excerpt from Hamlet.
Published last Thursday, The Unfortunates is described as the most originally presented novel ever to appear on the British literary scene.' B. S. Johnson , the author, directed tonight's RELEASE film in which he attempts to recreate how the novel came to be written and why it was necessary to present it in an unorthodox way.
Producers. Colin Nears, Darrol Blake Christopher Martin
Editor, LORNA PEGRAM
Line-Up's Saturday diversion which this week features
Production. STEVE TURNER
RAY MILLAND , BARBARA STANWYCK Barry Fitzgerald , Albert Dekker
Anthony Quinn , George Coulouris
Screenplay by FRANK BUTLER and THEODORE STRAUSS
Directed by John Farrow
Produced by Seton I. Miller
Adventure and romance in the early days of California, when power-hungry men fought to prevent the state joining the Union.