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When Chief Petty
Officer Mallory gives evidence to a naval tribunal, Lieutenant Sands resigns his commission and breaks off his romance with the chiefs sister Myra. But the fortunes of war lead to the trio being re-united on a requisitioned merchant navy tub.... faced by a marauding U-boat.
Screenplay by ROY CHANSLOR and AENEAS MACKENZIE
Directed by A EDWARD SUTHERLAND Produced by ISLIN AUSTER
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Refuge Assurance Cup Semi-finals.
The top four teams in the now-completed league play off in this knock-out cup for total prize money of more than £10,000.
Live coverage of both of today's semi-final matches. Commentators:
Peter Walker , Ralph Dellor Christopher Martin-Jenkins and David Acfield. Producer BOB DUNCAN
Designer RICHARD BRACKENBURY Producer MICHAEL COLE (R)
Refuge Assurance Cup
Live coverage continues of both of today's semi-fmals. including at
2.00pm and 3.00pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
from Barnsdale with Geoff Hamilton Anne Swithinbank and Pippa Greenwood. This week: planting hyacinths for Christmas, strawberries for next season, climbing roses for the summer. Plus plant disease prevention for now, and the safe storage and use of garden chemicals for always. Production assistant CHRISTINE HARDMAN
Producer MARK KERSHAW BBC Pebble Mill
t 'The Gardeners' World Handbook' is available from bookshops.
Sweden v England Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
A win in Sweden for England this evening will firmly establish them as favourites to win Group 2 and look forward to the finals in Italy next summer.
Live coverage of the whole match from Stockholm with John Motson and Trevor Brooking , plus comment from Jimmy Hill and Terry Venables.
Television presentation SVT Sweden Studio producer Vivien KENT Editor BRIAN BARWICK
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Finding an abandoned flute, a young boy is amazed to discover it has magical properties: when played it makes the world more beautiful. However, in the wrong hands darker manifestations result....
Produced by the National Film Board of Canada. Directed by GAYLE THOMAS
England's land was green but never pleasant. So why do villages and fields conjure up a happy, wholesome past?
This film unravels the ironic tale of poverty in countryside and town which led to the invention of a rural fantasy in the years before the First World War.
Glimpsing for the first time the new volume of Edith Holden's Country Diary, Timewatch asks why it was that these sweet Edwardian dreams finally came to hide the sour realities altogether.
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Point of View
Written by KEN LEVINE and DAVID ISAACS
Directed by CHARLES S. DUBIN (R)
by Frank McGuinness.
Lily lives on a remote smallholding in County
Donegal. She keeps herself to herself. But a game of hide-and-seek exposes a secret.
Film editor ROY SHARMAN Designer LESLIE WALLACE Lighting cameraman ARTHUR ROWELL
Producer ROBERT COOPER Director DANNY BOYLE BBC Northern Ireland
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Unusual insights into Britain today by first-time directors. With Bouncing Soles
What is it that ties us all down together, breaks down the barriers of class, status; sex....?
The answer is footwear - and not just any footwear.
Like denim, sunglasses or the leather jacket, Dr Martens have jumped clean out of their original setting and become a phenomenon.
Executive producer DAVID PEARSON Written and directed by RICHARD CURSON SMITH BBC Bristol (R)
with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick.
Comedy Solos 3
The last programme in the series featuring the best of the festival's stand-up comedy.
12.00 Family Centre
The support of parents with young children is the focus of the work of Family Centres. Producer CLARE FALKNER (R)
12.25am The Golden Rule
What should be made of rules aimed at designers and inventors?
Producer JOHN STRATFORD (R)