Starring Anna Neagle
I Tullio Carminati
Charged with obstruction, a Cockney street singer is rescued by an Italian diplomat. With
Robert Douglas , Horace Hodges. Director Herbert Wilcox • FILMS: pages 35-40
I Shakespeare's tragedy, I directed by and starring Laurence Olivier The film won four Hollywood Oscars in 1948. With Eileen
Herlie, Basil Sydney, Jean Simmons , Norman Wooland and Felix Aylmer.
• FILMS: pages 35-40
Following last week's pilot, the repeat run of the cult 1960s series begins with the first episode broadcast in America. Starring William Shatner Leonard Nimoy
The Man Trap. After landing on planet M-113, the Enterprise is stalked by a creature which can assume the shape and form of anyone it chooses.
• TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Captain James Kirk:
Programmes made by young people about their own lives.
Julie is severely anorexic and lives with five other anorexic girls in a home. A highly intelligent but sick and confused teenager, she reveals her life to the camera with shocking honesty. Motivated by a desperation for other people to understand her illness, Julie is determined to hide nothing. (Rev rpt)
The St Petersburg Philharmonic, despite its new name, is
Russia's oldest orchestra. In tonight's concert
Yuri Temirkanov conducts it in Berlioz's tempestuous overture The Corsair, inspired by Byron's pirate, followed by Sibelius's Violin Concerto in D minor, in which the soloist is the brilliant Maxim Vengerov , making his Proms debut nine days after his 18th birthday.
The programme is completed by Tchaikovsky's Manfred
Symphony, a portrait of another Byronic hero, a tormented outcast who finds solace in death.
Introduced by John Tusa.
The interval film tells the story of the orchestra and the way it mirrors the eventful history of the city itself.
Director John Michael Phillips STEREO
• SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: with Radio 3
• MUSIC AND ARTS: page9
NB As tonight's concert is live, subsequent programmes may run late.
A series of short films by graduates from film schools in the UK and abroad.
Through an Open Window
Tonight's film is by a new young American film maker. The daily rituals of a housewife become nightmarish when she fears a bird has entered her house.
With Anna Maera. Producer Rocco Caruso
Writer/Director Eric Mendelsohn
Journeys through colour. White. White is.... the beginning. It is John Lennon 's piano, the sliced loaf and lies that don't count.
Producer Jenny Abbott
Series producer Andy Batten-Foster (Postponed from 24 July)
Donald Runnicles has achieved international renown, yet only tonight does he make his
British concert debut. Filmed at work with the San Francisco Opera, where he is musical director, and at Bayreuth, he reflects on the ironies of a career which has taken so long for home recognition.
Also the obsessive and erotic work of Clerambault, who at the turn of the century photographed the veiled women of Morocco.
( Next programme tomorrow at 11.15pm) • STEREO
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