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Opening a Saturday Matinée triple bill of classic musicals.
Starring Maurice Chevalier
A French tailor, chasing a debt, travels to a duke's country estate where he is mistaken for a wealthy aristocrat by a beautiful widowed princess.
Director Rouben Mamoulian (1932)
♦ See Films: pages 49-56 ****
Dr Armand de Fontinac:
The second in a Saturday
Matinée triple bill of classic musicals. Starring Gene Kelly
Van Johnson , Cyd Charisse
While grouse shooting in Scotland,
Americans Tommy and Jeff lose their way in the mist. When it clears they discover themselves in a most unusual village, which comes to life only once every hundred years. Showing in widescreen format.
Director Vincente Minnelli (1954. U) ♦See Films: pages 49-56 ★★★★
Charlie Chisholm Dalrymple:
Concluding the Saturday
Matinée triple bill of classic musicals.
Starring Leslie Caron
Maurice Chevalier , Louis Jourdan
The musical version of Colette's story about a young girl growing up in Paris during the 1890s. Gigi is being carefully schooled by her grandmother and aunt, but other influences affect her life - like the dashing Gaston Lachaille and the delights of ice-skating, romance and champagne. Showing in widescreen format.
Director Vincente Minnelli (1958. PG)
♦See Films: pages 49-56 *****
Highlights of this year's Rugby Football Union awards dinner, from the London Hilton Hotel, Park Lane. The event is held annually to recognise team and individual achievements. Introduced by Steve Rider.
Producer Johnnie Watherston Stereo .
This Scrutiny film looks at the issues currently being debated by Parliament in the Armed Forces Bill, such as the question of whetherthe military should allow homosexuals into their ranks, and why there are so few ethnic minorities in the services. Miriam O'Callaghan talks to members ofthe Armed Forces Select Committee and follows them on a visit to an RAF base in Germany and a Military Detention Centre in Colchestertogamerthe views of service personnel.
Producer Marc Sigsworth ; Editor Anne Tyerman
The review series that keeps a critical eye on the excesses, fascinations and obsessions ofthe British press as it covers the week's newsmaking events. Tonight's programme is presented by Bronwen Maddox of The Financial Times.
Producer Brian Blake Stereo
The day's important national and international news developments. Presented by Chris Lowe. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles .....................
The series of personalised reports from BBC journalists around the world.
Jane Corbin reveals how the aggressively commercial production of tiger prawns on the Coromandel coast ofthe Bay of Bengal is causing pollution and corruption.
Also tonight, a disturbing report from
Tokyo reveals the stark treatment of drug users addicted to amphetamines. While some are imprisoned as common criminals, others are being placed in psychiatric hospitals.
And the descendants of Fletcher Christian - famous
forthe mutiny on the Bounty - are planning a new rebellion. Many are now living on Norfolk Island, where there are growing calls for independence from Australia. Editor Keith Bowers ; Deputy editor Fiona Murch
Christian - Famous
Last of a four-part documentary portrait of Franklin Delano Roosevelt , arguably one of the greatest
The Juggler. As war breaks out in Europe, Roosevelt offers Churchill practical support, initially through
"Lend-Lease" and later, following the attack on Pearl Harbor, full military intervention. He was to miss the final triumph by a matter of weeks. See today's choices.
The satirical and irreverent news quiz. Hosted by Angus Deayton , with Ian Hislop , actors Martin Clunes and Neil Morrissey and agony aunt Claire Rayner.
Shown yesterday Stereo Subtitted
Drama, opening a new season of Screen Two presentations. Featuring two of Britain's rising stars in Hollywood, Tim Roth and Julia Ormond
Rachel Clifford, a young dentist, starts working in a high security prison when her marriage breaks up. Before long she is drawn into an intense, secret affair with a convicted criminal.
See Films: pages 49-56 *** * See Our Girls in Hollywood: page 18
Coffee shop waitress:
Shaved head/Hare Krishna:
Another chance to see an episode of the classic comedy. Starring Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.
Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson Rpt
First in a new series of the eclectic music show hosted by pianist Jools Holland. The guests in tonight's programme include the Cure and Tasmin Archer.
See today's choices.
Director Janet Fraser Crook: Producer Mark Cooper
Followed by Weatherview