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: Travel Show UK Mini Guides

Lake Windermere.

: Moving Stories

First in a rerun of six daily films about the stress of moving home.

: Keep 'em Flying

Starring
Abbott and Costello Bud and Lou cause havoc on the ground and in the air when they join a Flying Academy. With Martha Raye and Dick Foran.
Director Arthur Lubin ● FILMS: pages 46-56

Contributors

Unknown: Costello Bud
Unknown: Martha Raye
Unknown: Dick Foran.
Director: Arthur Lubin

: Town Portraits

Rothbury, Northumberland.
Introduced by John Grundy.

Contributors

Introduced By: John Grundy.

: World Snooker

James Wattana , still only 22 but up to sixth in the provisional rankings for next season, faces the 15th seed Tony Jones. Plus the latest news of 12th seed
Dean Reynolds as he completes his match with experienced Canadian Jim Wych.
Presented by Eamonn Holmes.

Contributors

Unknown: James Wattana
Unknown: Tony Jones.
Unknown: Dean Reynolds
Unknown: Jim Wych.
Presented By: Eamonn Holmes.

: Fingermouse

Animation.

: Thoroughly Modern Millie

Musical starring Julie Andrews
Mary Tyler Moore
Fortune-hunting flapper Millie Dillmount gets mixed up with an eligible bachelor, an aspiring actress, a not-so-eligible salesman and white slavers, in this spoof of life in the 1920s.
Director George Roy Hill
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 FILMS: pages 46-56

Contributors

Unknown: Julie Andrews
Unknown: Mary Tyler Moore
Unknown: Millie Dillmount
Director: George Roy Hill
Millie Dillmount: Julie Andrews
Dorothy Brown: Mary Tyler Moore
MrsMeers: Beatrice Lillie
Jimmy Smith: James Fox
Trevor Graydon: John Gavin
Muzzy Van Hossmere: Carol Channing
Miss Flannery: Cavada Humphrey
Juarez: Anthony Dexter

: The Brahms Symphonies

Symphony No in E minor Kurt Masur , in conversation with Michael Tumelty , introduces the last in the series and conducts the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra.
● STEREO

Contributors

Unknown: Kurt Masur
Introduces: Michael Tumelty

: World Snooker

Highlights of this afternoon's session of matches from the Crucible in Sheffield. Mike
Hallett (seeded 8) completes his round 1 match against the determined young Glaswegian Alan McManus , and Neal Foulds (seeded 6) plays one of this year's debutants, Jason Ferguson from Mansfield.
Introduced by Eamonn Holmes.

Contributors

Snooker player: Alan McManus
Snooker player: Neal Foulds
Snooker player: Jason Ferguson
Introduced By: Eamonn Holmes.

: The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for Aids Awareness

Live from London's Wembley Stadium, a special concert dedicated to the memory of Freddie Mercury.

The lead singer of the rock group Queen died from an Aids-related illness in November 1991. John Deacon, Brian May and Roger Taylor, the remaining members of the band, announced this tribute to one of pop's most flamboyantly popular performers at the Brit Awards ceremony earlier this year, when they collected a posthumous award on his behalf. Among tonight's acts are opera singer Montserrat Caballe whose duet with Mercury, Barcelona, was a no 8 hit in 1987, David Bowie, Roger Daltrey, Def Leppard, Extreme, Guns 'n' Roses, Ian Hunter, Elton John, Annie Lennox, Metallica, George Michael, Robert Plant, Seal, U2, Paul Young and Zucchero. Presented by Tony Wilson and Lisa I'Anson.

With just two months to get the concert off the ground, the organisers were overwhelmed by the response from performers, technical crews and the public - all 72,000 tickets were sold within six hours of the box office opening. Profits from tonight's performance are being donated to Aids charities worldwide.
Roger Taylor says: "We see this concert as a celebration of Freddie's life, and the fulfilment of his wish to get across the message that Aids affects us all."
Producer Roger Chapman 0 STEREO
(Simultaneous broadcast: Radio
Feature: page 37
(As tonight's Freddie Mercury Tribute is live, subsequent programming may run late.)

Contributors

Unknown: John Deacon
Unknown: Brian May
Unknown: Roger Taylor
Unknown: David Bowie
Unknown: Roger Daltrey
Unknown: Ian Hunter
Unknown: Annie Lennox
Unknown: George Michael
Unknown: Robert Plant
Unknown: Paul Young
Presented By: Tony Wilson
Unknown: Roger Taylor
Producer: Roger Chapman

: World Snooker

James Wattana , seen by many as a potential World Champion this year, completes his first round match against 15th seed Tony Jones. And the 1985 winner Dennis Taylor meets Nuneaton's Mick Price, one of the season's most improved performers. Presented by David Vine.

Contributors

Snooker player: James Wattana
Snooker player: Tony Jones
Snooker player: Dennis Taylor
Snooker player: Mick Price
Presenter: David Vine

: Life and Nothing But

The short Bertrand
Tavernier season concludes with the first showing on network television of this film about the reconstruction of life and society after the devastation of war.
Starring Philippe Noiret Sabine Azema
Two years after the end of the First World War, two women from very different social backgrounds arrive at the Bureau for Soldiers Killed or Missing in Action in search of news of their loved one. For
Major Dellaplane, the bureau chief, theirs are just two of thousands of similar forlorn cases. But then the government demand the corpse of an unknown soldier for burial with full military honours under the Arc de Triomphe. In French with English subtitles.
(Bertrand Tavernier 's early success The Watchmaker of St Paul will be shown later in the year.)
● FILMS: pages 46-56

Contributors

Unknown: Philippe Noiret
Unknown: Sabine Azema
Unknown: Bertrand Tavernier
Dellaplane: Philippe Noiret
Irène: Sabine Azema
Alice: Pascale Vignal
Mercadot: Maurice Barrier
Perrin: Francois Perrot
Andre: Jean-Pol Dubois
Trevise: Daniel Russo
Général Villerieux: Michel Duchaussoy
Valentine: Arlette Gilbert
Valentin: Louis Lyonnet

: World Snooker

The latest news and action from the Crucible. With David Vine.

Contributors

Unknown: David Vine.








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