The Hogarth Triptych: how do you set about moving a massive painting of 750 square feet and weighing nearly two tons? The problem recently faced the City Art Gallery in Bristol.
Conversions of Antiques: a look at some of the strange things people do with their antiques.
Coronation Souvenirs: A Health unto their Majesties,' an exhibition of mementoes and souvenirs from Charles I to Elizabeth II now on display in Wolverhampton.
Arthur Negus answers questions Introduced by Hugh Scully
Directors ROBIN DRAKE and PAUL SMITH Producer JOHN KING (from Bristol)
On Hampstead Heath
From dawn to dusk, super-tramp John Hillaby takes us with him for a long stroll on Hampstead Heath, his stamping-ground for the past 26 years - providing a delightful picture of an area heard of by every Britisher, close to the heart of every Londoner, but intimately known to very few.
Producer BRIDGET WINTER
Irene Dunne , Ginger Rogers Fred Astaire , Randolph Scott
Out of cinema circulation since the early 40s, now shown on TV for the first time, the action is set in a Paris dress shop called ' Roberta,' with Irene Dunne as a White Russian princess (real), Ginger Rogers as a Polish countess (bogus) and Fred Astaire and Randolph Scott as a pair of travelling Americans.
Music by JEROME KERN
Director WILLIAM A. SEITER This Week's Films: page I
The Middle-of-the-road Roadshow for All the Family by PHILIP MACKIE with Bill Fraser
Adrienne Posta , Stephen Moore and Anthony Hopkins as Hi
A Wardour Street film tycoon hires the wrong writer and pays him £500,000 ...
Cast in order of appearance
Lighting DAVE SYDENRAM Sound CHICK ANTHONY Designer SALLY HULKE Producer MARK SHIVAS
Director MARK CULLINGRAM
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