starring Dick Powell
Madeleine Carroll , Alice Faye with The Ritz Brothers
A satirical sketch in a Broadway revue leads to a madcap romance between the star of the show and America's richest heiress.
The last of three musicals featuring the songs of the great Irving Berlin - this week a classic 30s back-stage musical co-starring Dick Powell with the prototype of the cool blonde, Madeleine Carroll.
Director ROY DEL ruth
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The Ritz Brothers:
An entertainment for children with Brian Cant, Lionel Morton, Miranda Connell, Carol Chell, Jonathan Cohen, Spike Heatley, Alan Rushton
People and places - music and tales. Games for indoors and out
(The last in the present series)
Peter Hardiman Scott reviews the political scene.
Editor MICHAEL BROADBENT
Introduced by Cliff Morgan
The International Championship Season 1971/2 featuring today
England v Ireland
Today's fixture at Twickenham presents another fascinating prospect as the jubilant Irishmen, fresh from their first victory in France for 20 years, are led yet again by the inspired captaincy Of TOM KIERNAN , who in this match achieves the amazing total of 50 caps.
Ireland take on the England XV who are still searching for the victory which will justify all their pre-match preparation.
The Irish need a victory to get themselves back on top of the championship with last week's winner, while the English will be fighting to get away from the bottom.
Commentator BILL MCLAREN
Series producer ALAN MOUNCER
The Lost Treasure of Jerusalem? In 1891 an impoverished French priest, Berenger Sauniere , discovered four parchments containing a series of ciphered messages hidden beneath the altar of his church in the tiny village of Rennes-le-Chateau. These led him, apparently, to an incredible fortune. Had he found a great treasure? Did it even contain relics of the lost treasure of Solomon's Temple in Jerusalem?
Chronicle tells the story of the clues that he left behind him, and examines some of the attempts that have been made to follow them up.
Written by HENRY LINCOLN Narrated by FRANK DUNCAN
Director ANDREW MAXWELL-HYSLOP Producer PAUL JOHNSTONE
with George Hamilton IV
In the first of a new series of outside broadcasts from the Elizabethan Barn, Tunbridge Wells , tonight's guest star is Nashville's Bill Anderson
Other Country Music Makers: THE HILLSIDERS
Director DON SAYER
Producer DOUGLAS HESPE
2: Ways and Means
David Gentleman , the artist and designer, shows how the medium may be used today in ways similar to those of the traditional artists of this school.
Written and narrated by BASIL TAYLOR
Producer JOHN READ
by HEINRICH MANN
A second chance to see this dramatisation in six parts by ROBERT MULLER starring Derek Jacobi
Diederich failed to persuade Dr Heuteufel to declare him unfit for Army service. Accepting the inevitable, he left the New Teutonian Student Corps on a wave of enthusiasm for his
Part 2: Young Love
SHERIDAN MORLEY introduces scenes from the film version of Fortune and Men's Eyes, and Pasolini's latest film Decameron. This week's guest, Joan Collins , talks about her film career with excerpts from I Believe in You, The Virgin Queen, Rally Round the Flag Boys and Revenge.
PHILIP JENKINSON shows vintage clips requested by viewers. Producer BARRY BROWN Editor ROWAN AYERS
starring Gregory Peck , Tony Curtis with Angie Dickinson
Eddie Albert , Bobby Darin
Bethel Leslie , James Gregory
An army psychiatrist learns from an untrained medical orderly some distinctly unusual methods of treating psychiatric patients.
Director DAVID MILLER
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Cpl Tim Tompkins:
Col Edgar Pyser:
Mrs Cabot Winston: