Inside one of the UK's largest prep schools, Hill House. 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
First showing on network television.
Jacqueline Fleuriot 's brief affair forces her to leave her adored young son. With Gladys George. Director Sam Wood
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PC Wren's classic
French Foreign Legion adventure story starring
Gary Cooper , Ray Milland The fabulous Blue Water sapphire has been stolen and Lady Brandon's adopted son Beau has disappeared. With Robert Preston , Brian Donlevy ,
Susan Hayward , Broderick Crawford. DirectorWilliam A Wellman (B/w) ● FILMS: pages37-42
East Baltimore's house screens.
Following in the footsteps of Klondike gold prospectors.
The Investigator. Mary Davies , investigator of historic buildings in the Borders.
With signing and subtitles.
John does battle with a ruthless competitor.
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Starring Gary Cooper An oil prospector in 1930s Mexico contends with bandits. With Barbara Stanwyck and Anthony Quinn.
Director Hugo Fregonese (B/w) ● FILMS: pages 37-42
Including A report on the Yellow Book Scheme, where gardens are opened to the public; daffodil arrangements for Mothering Sunday; and a new striped marigold.
Second World War escape drama starring Leo Genn , David Tomlinson Deciding that the tunnelling distance from the barracks to the outside is too great, the prisoners of Stalag Luft III hit upon an ingenious plan to facilitate their bid for freedom.
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An Inside Job. An urgent message calls a dentist away and treatment is continued by his amiable film-buff colleague.
Second of the four semi-final rounds, with 11 competitors presented by Gillian Moore and Andrew Shulman. The range of instruments covers flutes, oboes, a clarinet and a bassoon. ● STEREO
Good Morning Calais. The spoof TV station goes European. With Michael Fenton Stevens ,
Angus Deayton ,
Helen Atkinson Wood , Geoffrey Perkins , Philip Pope and Zen Prado.
Written by Angus Deayton , Geoffrey Perkins Director John Kilby ; Producer Jamie Rix ● STEREO
Offbeat American sci-fi drama.
Starring Scott Bakula MIA. 1 April 1969: Sam becomes an undercover detective and thinks he must be an April fool when Al tells him his task is merely to prevent a young woman, who believes her husband died in Vietnam, from falling for another man. But holograms aren't whole and sometimes they don't tell the whole truth.
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Is it possible to stand for peace and yet be part of an army of occupation? Yishai Shuster is an Israeli reservist soldier who has filmed his own diary in Israel's occupied territories. It is a rare glimpse into the reality of life there - the daily round of harassing Palestinians, dodging stones and watching over militant Jewish settlers.
He is often faced with brutal prejudice - "Arabs stink and they always will," explains a 13-year-old Jewish boy who lives on the West Bank. But he feels that not to serve is to betray your friends and country. This controversial film, part-confession and part-documentary, charts the personal dilemma of one soldier with a conscience. Producer Gideon Gitai Editor Caroline Pick
A Gig production for BBCtv
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By the Conservative Party. With subtitles.
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Science: Jamaica and the Sea