by Professor Eric Laithwaite
Running round In circles can pay dividends in science: if all the arguments join end to end, they are probably correct.
Lecture 4, "Curiouser and Curiouser": Tuesday at 5.0
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Having already played their first International of the season against the touring Australians, the elite of Scotland's players today endeavour to obtain selection for the forthcoming series of home Internationals.
Bill McLaren reports from Murrayfield
with Vladimir Ashkenazy
Fou Ts'ong and the ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Associate leaders, EMANUEL HURWITZ and KENNETH SILLITO
Conducted by Daniel Barenboim
SYMPHONY No. 35, in D major
Concert Rondo in A major for piano and orchestra (K.386) with Vladimir Ashkenazy
CONCERT RONDO in D major for piano and orchestra (K.382) with Fou Ts'ong
CONCERTO for three pianos (K.242) Vladimir Ashkenazy , Fou Ts'ong
Daniel Barenboim who directs the performance from the keyboard
Directed for television and produced by CHRISTOPHER NUPEN
A monthly programme about archaeology and history with Glyn Daniel and Magnus Magnusson
THE HOLY SAILORS
Did the Irish monks of the seventh and eighth centuries A.D. reach Iceland across 800 miles of stormy North Atlantic? MAGNUS MAGNUSSON examines the latest evidence for one of the most remarkable feats of seamanship in the Dark Ages.
THE ROMAN GOOSE MARCH
According to classical authors the Romans got their best geese from northern France. GLYN DANIEL introduces an experiment to discover how far a Roman goose might have walked in a day.
Film direction, Ken Shepheard Produced by PAUL JOHNSTONE
KENNETH WILLIAMS introduces tonight's star,
DICKIE VALENTINE from Australia,
THE RUDAS DANCERS from Germany, BRITT HAGEN and from France, DOMINIQUE
The music of I Motorini
The cabaret orchestra under the direction of Alyn Ainsworth
Special material by John Law and Kenneth Williams
Design. Mel Cornish
Production, ERNEST MAXIN
A thriller in five parts by Eddie Boyd
starring Patrick Allen, Roddy McMilland
with Madeleine Christie, Archie Duncan, John Junkin
post that mentions
A year of Man Alive
One man's personal view of 1966 A year in which so many of us failed to communicate... A year of tragedy, suffering, and human weakness - and from time to time a year of characters who made us smile ...
Using the material shot by the film teams and reporters of Man Alive during the past 52 weeks, James Cameron takes a personal look at the old year.
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JULES DASSIN 'S
Night and the City starring
RICHARD WIDMARK , GENE TIERNEY with Googie Withers, Francis L. Sullivan Herbert Lorn , James Hayter
Small-time spiv Harry Fabian challenges London's leading wrestling promoter, but the price of success proves exorbitant.