with subtitles, followed by Weather
The first of four St Trinian's classics today starring Alastair Sim with Joyce Grenfell Hermione Baddeley
With St Trinian's on the verge of bankruptcy, Miss Fritton is delighted to receive a new pupil-the daughter of a wealthy racehorse owner. The chance to back a likely winner is just what the girls of St Trinian's are looking for ...
Miss Millicent Fritton/
Screenplay by FRANK LAUNDER , SIDNEY GILLIAT and VAL VALENTINE Produced by FRANK LAUNDER and SIDNEY GILUAT
Director FRANK LAUNDER. Films: page 16
Sgt Ruby Gates:
And they said it couldn't be done at the price. Channel 2's live electronic magazine stays top of the bargain ratings.
This week's special offer includes Brooklyn Taxi, Michael Clark, dance, facts, fags or fiction, more gizmos, guests, info, music, Peter Powell, The Pookah Makes Three,
Nick Rowan, Simple Minds, Mark Torkel, Dick Witts. Try it. If you like it-buy it.
Director JUUET MAY
Producer PETER HAMILTON
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Himalayan Pilgrimage Narrator Indira Joshi
The Ganges, to the 450 million Hindus of India, is the most holy of all the rivers on earth.
For centuries the people of the plains have gone on pilgrimage, high among the snows of the Himalayas, to the ancient temples of Kedamath, Badrinath, and Gangotri that mark the sources of the river's main tributaries. For Surat Singh and his family, from their dusty village in the plains, this Pilgrimage into the Hindu Holy Land is both a spiritual journey and an adventure in a cold, hard world of mountains and glaciers.
Written by CHARLES ALLEN
Film cameraman DAVID SOUTH Producer SIMON NORMANTON
Series editor ANTHONY ISAACS
Shades of Summer: Jenkyn Place
A herbaceous border in all its glory must be an inspiration to the most sluggish of gardeners, and for the experts, full of joy. Gerald and Patricia Coke give plant collector Roy Lancaster and Graham Rose of the Sunday Times an insight into their practical and philosophical approach to the creation of a wonderful garden which is open to the public at various times through the year.
Production assistant JEAN LAUGHTON Producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
Gardeners' World Fruit Garden, £2.50from booksellers
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and guest starring
Blood and Guts
A famous war correspondent comes to the 4077th determined to tell it like it is-even if it means making up the facts! Hawkeye and the others try to change his views but you can't teach an old hack new tricks when there are deadlines to meet.
Written by LEE H. GRANT
Directed by CHARLES S. DUBIN
B J Hunnicutt:
A serial in three parts. Written by TED WALKER
1: The Ariel
Bill Robertson is recovering at home from a hip operation. His son, William, visits him and is faced with the task of cheering the old man up. William is intrigued to learn that his father still has stored away the ancient motorcycle which carried him to Sussex from his native Birmingham as a young carpenter in search of work, 50 years before.
Music composed by DAVE GREENSLADE Designer STEPHEN BROWNSEY Photography JIM SAUNDERS
Costume designer JOAN WAKEFIELD Film editor LIZ THOYTS
Produced and directed by COLIN ROSE BBC Bristol
The first half of Pam's 'one-woman show', featuring some relaxed humour, poems old and new, and even a bit of magic, just for good measure.
Recorded at the Warwick University Arts Centre.
Sound IAN LEIPER
Lighting DICK BENTLEY
Producer DAVE PERROTTET
JOHN TUSA , PETER SNOW and DONALD MACCORMICK , with JOAN BAKEWELL , present reports, interviews analysis.
It's Immaterial and The Truth plus rock news and reviews, the latest videos and Ian Gillan surveying the heavy metal chart with Director TOM CORCORAN Producer TREVOR DANN
Editor MICHAEL APPLETON
(The Truth are Sight and Sound In Concert, tomorrow evening)