The Wizard Who Spat on the Floor
THOMAS ALVA EDISON was perhaps the most creative inventor in the history of mankind. Edison was the incarnation of the All-American Dream. The country boy who made good. He made invention a commercial proposition, changed the course of science and made a decisive contribution to how we all live today. Narrator CLIVE SWIFT
Written and directed with distinction
Editor PETER GOODCHILD Producer ROBERT VAS
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.
5: The City of London
Val meets the Pearly King and the Lord Mayor of the City, which has been called ' the richest square mile in the world.'
Producer EDWARD BARNES
Director PETER RIDSDALE SCOTT
bringing you news and views in your region tonight
(including Regional Weather)
Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT FRANK BOUGH , BOB WELLXNGS and SUE LAWLEY with Sport on Friday
Jimmy Hill looks ahead to the weekend and spotlights the major sporting events.
Editor MICHAEL BUNCE
(Regional details as Monday)
starring Barry Sullivan
Marilyn Maxwell , Keenan Wynn
At a remote stagecoach station the scene is set for a showdown between Sheriff Home and dangerous outlaw Ross Sawyer. Home has killed one of Sawyer's sons, captured the other and recovered a haul of stolen money. With Sawyer hot on his trail the badly wounded sheriff finds that some of the people at the stage-stop will do anything to get their hands on the money.
Director WILLIAM F. CLAXTON This Week's Films: page 11
Mayor Ted Dollar:
Written by EDDIE BRABEN featuring
Graham Stark with Julia McKenzie , Brenda Arnau Bill Pertwee , Roger Kitter
Henry Woolf , Alison Steadnnn David Casey
International musical guests: Dionne Warwicke
Ray Conniff , his Orchestra and Chorus
The New Seekers The Cover Girls
Tonight, David Frost turns the pages of the first edition of his new television magazine - his all-comedy show which includes regular features of music, song and dance.
Choreographer NIGEL LYTHGOE
Musical director RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Lighting PETER SMEE
Sound LARRY GOODSON Costumes PAULA BRUCE
Design JOHN BURROWES
Producer MICHAEL HURLL
Murder Must Advertise by DOROTHY L. SAYERS
Adapted in four parts by BILL CRAIG with 3: The dead man's mistress is a drug-taker. Unlikely though the union, her supplier and close ' friend,' Tod Milligan, had insisted she should take up with the dead man. Drugs ... death ... and Pym's Publicity ... is there some connection?
Sound ALAN FOGG
Designer ANTONY THORPE Producer RICHARD BEYNON Director RODNEY BENNETT
Dian de Momerie:
Helen, Duchess of Denver:
Chief Inspector Parker:
A film series starring
Raymond Burr as Robert Ironside with Don Galloway as Det-Sgt Brown Don Mitchell as Mark Sanger and Elizabeth Baur as Officer Fran Belding with guest stars Vera Miles Brandon de Wilde
In the Line of Duty
A policeman on routine night duty is murdered. Ironside grimly investigates the mystery killing of his friend, Sergeant Jack Campbell - and finds that some of the facts just do not add up. For one thing, why did Campbell go out alone in the two-man patrol car that night?
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