Three miles below the Earth's surface, Project Inner Space promises all the energy the world needs by detonating an underground atomic bomb. The experiment seems to be a complete success but the explosion causes a massive crack that threatens destruction of the world....
Screenplay by JON MANCHIP WHITE
JULIAN HALEVY. Based on a story by JON MANCHIP WHITE. Produced by BERNARD GLASSER , LESTER A. SANSOM Directed by ANDREW MARTON
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with subtitles, followed by Weather
5: One Big Family
The seven crew members of the Humber lifeboat and their families are the only residents of Spurn's narrow strip of land. Theirs is a tight-knit community, sharing the work and the waiting.
Perhaps it is not surprising when one of the crew decides to leave. Written and narrated by Brian Thompson Produced by JOHN GAU
Directed by PAUL BERRIFF
Maurice Chevalier One of Hollywood's favourite musical stars of 30s teams up with popular French singer Chevalier in this glittering film version of Lehar's romantic operetta. When the illustrious and fabulously wealthy widow of Marshovia deserts her homeland for Paris, a handsome royal guard is despatched to win her back ...
Screenplay by ERNEST VAJDA and SAMSON RAPHAELSON
From the libretto of the LEHAR operetta by VICTOR LEON and LEO STEIN
Directed by ERNST LUBITSCH
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with Geoffrey Smith Rhododendrons
You don't need a stately home to enjoy the magnificence of rhododendrons - there are plenty of small varieties specially bred for their elfin size. Geoffrey Smith tackles the important first steps of choosing a healthy shrub and shows how to plant it to get the full effect of the flowers and foliage.
Film editor PETER RINGSTED Producer ERICA GRIFFITHS
7: Cocktail Koftas
Cocktail koftas are delicious little spiced meatballs, often served as snacks at Indian parties. Madhur Jaffrey shows how to make them successfully as well as an accompanying dish of black-eyed beans with mushrooms.
Assistant producer JENNY STEVENS Producer JENNY ROGERS Book, £4.25 paperback; £8.50 hardback from booksellers
The Food Allergy War
If a doctor said he had a treatment that could cure migraine, fatigue, joint pains, heart palpitations, eczema, bowel disease and depression, it would sound too good to be true. But a group of American doctors called Clinical Ecologists do claim that these ailments - and more - may be cured by changing one simple thing: the food you eat.
For years the rest of the medical profession have attacked the whole idea as nonsense, but recently in Britain some respected doctors have begun to investigate the claims, with some startling conclusions. Narrator Martin Jarvis Film editor MIKE ROBOTHAM
Horizon editor GRAHAM MASSEY Written and produced by TONY EDWARDS
presents The Master of Dundreich by Robert Louis Armstrong
The classic tale of murder, intrigue and gardening tips. It is 1745'ish and Young Tom arrives at the house of his Uncle Murdoch, an amiable psychopath.
Regional Variations (2)
Pierre Boulez , leading composer of the post-war generation, later a powerful and innovative conductor, is now the head of an extraordinary experimental studio in Paris -a huge music laboratory, built specially for him underneath the Pompidou Centre. Here for the past nine years, accompanied by computers and music assistants, he has been developing his most ambitious work to date - Répons,
To celebrate Boulez' 60th birthday, Arena is repeating its award-winning film in which he shares his ideas and methods of working introduces extracts from Repons, and describes his enthusiasm for opening a window on a new world of sound. With the Ensemble Intercontemporain conducted by Pierre Boulez Narrator Lyndon Brook Producer ALAN YENTOB
Director BARRIE GAVIN
John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with Jenni Murray and Ian Smith
Producers HOWARD ANDERSON DAVE STANFORD, JANE DRABBLE Directors
JOHN WILKINSON , CHRIS FOX Assignment editors
NICK GUTHRIE , TOM ROBERTS Deputy editor JOHN MAHONEY Editor DAVE DICKINSON
Tonight two films from Bulgaria: DONIO DONEV's comedy on a young crooner's frustrated hopes, Come Back to Sorrento and ANRI KULEV'S Stage Play in which dramatic tragedy overspills into real life.