This month Chronicle, introduced by Kenneth Hudson , shows the contrast between urban and rural archaeology.
At Stone Age Skara Brae and Roman Vindolanda, where the finds are of whalebone tools and Roman writing tablets, the pressures and problems are not created by developers wanting the land. At Dunwich the threat is from the sea. But in Bath, Lincoln and London it's not only archaeology but the whole fabric of our historic cities which is being destroyed.
Directors Kenneth SHEPHEARD
ANTONIA BENBDECK , MALCOLM BROWN
Executive producer PAUL JOHNSTONZ
The first in a short season of musicals from Hollywood's golden era stars
Warren William , Joan Blondell Aline MacMahon , Ruby Keeler Dick Powell , Guy Kibbee
Ned Sparks , Ginger Rogers
This Warner Brothers spectacular epitomised the Hollywood musical of the 30s. But against the show business background it also reflects economic hardship and the unemployment of the depression.
Director MERVYN LEROY
This Week's Films: page 9
Secrets by MICHAEL PALIN and TERRY JONES with Three men fall into a vat in an automated chocolate factory. Can the machinery be stopped?
Lighting DAVE SYDENHAM
Script editor RICHARD BROKE Designer TONY ABBOTT Producer MARK SHIVAS
Director JAMES CELLAN JONES
Black Humour ... pages 48-50
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