Economics of the Real World 8: Getting Richer
Book 45p: see page 94
10.0 Look and Read Captured
10.23-10.43 Let's Look at Wales Lower Wye Valley BBC Wales
11.0 A Job Worth Doing? Scientific Technician
How good a parent....?
Engineering Craft Studies
Stress and Strain: a look at the way materials behave under the action of external forces.
Commentary by PAUL BARNES Producer ROBIN GWYN
6:Art and Imagination
In this final programme in the series, Basil Taylor brings together some of the finest achievements of the watercolour medium - pictures which are amongst the most telling images in English art.
Written and. narrated by BASIL TAYLOR Producer JOHN READ
with Thora Hird
Bill Tidy , Mike Harding Dave, June and Sam Brian Fitzgerald and Stuart talking to collectors and cooks
Producer DOUGLAS BOYD
(Thora Hird is in ' No. No, Nanette at Drury Lane Theatre, London)
Valerie Singleton presents a personal report on some happenings today and yesterday in six capital cities of Europe. 2: Amsterdam
In this city of canals and flowers Val visits the tiny room where 13-year-old Anne Frank hid from the Nazi police.
Producer EDWARD BARNES Director DAVID BROWN
bringing you news and views in your region tonight
(including Regional Weather) Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT FRANK BOUGH and BOB WELLINGS with Sport on Friday Colour
Jimmy Hill looks ahead to the weekend and spotlights the major sporting events.
Editor MICHAEL BL'NCE
Rock Hudson , Barbara Rush
Cochise, great Chief of the Apache nation, is dead. The leadership passes to his son Taza, whose determination to carry on his father's policy of peace with the white man meets with bitter opposition from other powerful members of the tribe - including Taza's own brother.
Director douglas SIRK
starring The Mitchell Minstrels featuring MARGARET SAVAGE TED DARLING , LES RAWLINGS LES WANT , KARL SCOTT
ELSPETH HANDS , DOROTHY OGDEN The Clem Vickery Vellum Stompers with The Television Toppers
Tonight's repertoire includes a medley of the songs of the late Noel Coward.
Choreography by ROY GUNSON
Vocal arrangements by GEORGE MITCHELL Orchestra conducted by GEORGE MITCHELL and ALAN BRISTOW
Designer ROBIN TARSNANE Producer ERNEST MAXIN
(The Black and White Minstrels are appearing at the New Victoria Theatre, London; and also at the Bristol Hippodrome)
One of the greatest of all beauty competitions direct from the Royal Albert Hall , London
(organised by Mecca Promotions) Michael Aspel and David Vine introduce 60 beautiful girls from all over the world who have journeyed to London in search of the world's most coveted beauty crown. Twenty-eight million judges join the celebrity panel in the Albert Hall to compare their grace, charm and personality in colourful national costume, elegant evening wear and eye-catching swimsuits.
The Mike Sammes Singers The Ralph Tobert Dancers
Orchestra PHIL TATE
ERIC MORLEY and JULIA MORLEY Design RICHARD LEVIN Producer PHILIP LEWIS
A film series starring with and \with guest star Bobby Darin The Gambling Game ‡
Fran Belding is determined to prove that her policeman father was murdered and that he was innocent of the corruption charge brought against him. But Fran's own life is in danger. She has taken on a powerful gang of gambling racketeers and doesn'have a chance. Until Ironside decides to even the odds a little ...
Officer Fran Belding:
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