The scene at Schwechat Airport, Vienna, as Her Majesty The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, accompanied by Princess Anne, take leave of President Franz Jonas at the conclusion of the five-day visit and board their Super 1-11 airliner for home.
Commentator, Richard Baker
Presented by Austrian Television
Lynne Overman , J. Carrol Naish
Screenplay by ALLEN RIVKIN based on a story by STEVE FISHER
Directed by Louis King
Two sailors, escaping from a Polynesian chief, land on a tiny island inhabited by a beautiful girl who has been away from civilisation since her father's ship was wrecked.
with PERCY THROWER at Clacks Farm, Boreley, Worcs
Produced by Bill DUNCALF from the Midlands
Percy Thrower writes on page 38
TO THE MOUNTAINS OF THE MOON
Gordon and Joyce Wilkins see Uganda by car
Cheaper jet flights will soon bring the game parks of East Africa within reach of the holiday motorist. The great lakes and the Mountains of the Moon in Northern Uganda offer spectacular scenery, and a journey up the Victoria Nile to Murchison Falls takes the tourisf through some of the world's largest herds of hippo, buffalo, and elephant.
What are the costs of bed and board at a safari lodge? Is self-drive car hire expensive? Is family motoring safe among the crocodiles and rhinoceros of Uganda's most exciting National Park?
Director, TONY SALMON
Associate producer, John Mills
Producer, BRIAN ROBINS
and SPORT followed by THE WEATHER
by COMPTON MACKENZIE dramatised in six parts by RAY LAWLER
The Fane household consists of Mrs. Fane and her two children, Michael and Stella. Mrs. Fane's frequent absence from home means that the children are left in the charge of their Nanny.
Cast in order of appearance:
Script editor, Lennox Phillips
Costumes, Joyce Hammond
Lighting, Gerry Millerson
Designer, Sally Hulke
Producer, DAVID CONROY
Directed by REX TUCKER
Repeated on Thursday at 10.45 p.m. See colour feature on page 32
Stella as a child:
Michaela as a boy:
Alan as a boy:
A progress report live from the G.P.O. Tower, London, on the eve of the final day of the DAILY MAIL
TRANSATLANTIC AIR RACE in which more than 300 competitors are trying to win £ 60,000 in prizes for the fastest and most enterprising flights between London and New York
A series of highly personal films
Patrick Moore astronomer, asks
CAN YOU SPEAK VENUSIAN?
For more than twelve years Patrick Moore has been putting forward the conventional views of modern astronomy in books and on television. Tonight he steps off that platform to question whether orthodox views should be as readily accepted as they are.
Is the sun really a hot, flaming body dashing about the sky?
Have astronauts really proved that the earth and the moon are round?
Might not the universe be enclosed by a giant magnet?
Is not the ultimate man already living on Saturn in the form of an incandescent egg, forty feet tall?
These ideas and more are put forward in a cheerful, convincing, and fearless way by a number of ' independent thinkers.' Patrick Moore feels that we conventionalists (and he includes himself) would do well to listen to their ideas and at least to emulate their outlook on life.
ANTHONY de LOTBINIERE
Directed by SIMON CAMPBELL-JONES
See page 37
from the Talk of the Town in which he sings some of his favourite songs with THE ORCHESTRA
Leader, Henry Datyner
Musical direction and special arrangements by KENNY CLAYTON
Sound by Chris Holcombe
Lighting by Tommy Thomas
Design by Denis Gordon-Orr
Production by MICHAEL HURLL
The weekly arts magazine
TOM COURTENAY opened on Wednesday at the Garrick Theatre, London, in She Stoops to Conquer for a limited season, and is soon to be seen in the film Otley. He looks back to his screen debut in The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner and his career since then, and reflects on playing both the eighteenth-century comedy of Goldsmith and the modern international tongue-in-cheek comedy of Dick Clement 's film.
STOPPING THE ROT
How can we save our historic towns from death by supermarket, car park, and flyover? To find out, the Ministry of Housing commissioned studies of Chester, York, Bath, and Chichester. The report on Chester is due to be published this week. In this film Donald Insall , the architect chosen to study Chester, revisits the city, outlines some of the problems, and suggests some solutions. Directed by NICHOLAS GARNHAM
THE QUEEN'S LEONARDOS
Her Majesty The Queen's collection of drawings by Leonardo da Vinci is the largest and finest in the world, and yesterday's opening of an exhibition of nearly 200 examples at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, marks an important date in this year's art calendar. Robert Hughes , who introduces the exhibition to
RELEASE viewers, is at present at work on a full-length study of the life of Leonardo.
Producers: Colin Nears, Darrol Blake Christopher Martin
Editor, LORNA PEGRAM
Line-Up's Saturday diversion which this week features
Production, STEVE TURNER
Men with Wings starring
FRED MacMURRAY , RAY MILLAND
Screenplay by ROBERT CARSON
Produced and directed by William A. Wellman
Two boys and a girl-Pat, Scott, and Peggy-determine to devote their entire lives to the development of aeroplanes. When grown up one of the boys becomes a stunt flier and war hero, the other an engineer wHo dreams of aviation's future. Through the story of their three lives the history of prewar aviation is chronicled.
Hiram F Jenkins:
Pat as a child:
Peggy as a child:
Scott as a child: