Wapping Parents' Action Group
'We don' want £65,000 houses - we want our landings cleaned. We don' want marinas-we want playgrounds for our kids. We don' need multi-storey car parks - we want a decent bus service.'
starring Lloyd Bridges
Vic Powers, expert parachutist and diver, takes on the dangerous assignment of rescuing a political scientist from an island police state.
Based on a story by ART ARTHUR and ANDY WHITE Director LASLO BENEDEK
This Week's Films: page 23
President Eduardo Delgado:
Dr Henry Carlyle:
An entertainment for children starring
Brian Cant with Toni Arthur
Lionel Morton , Jonathan Cohen Spike Heatley , Alan Rushton and introducing
Brian and company play away with music, songs, puzzles and comedy.
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Designer NIGEL CURZON
Scriptwriter and director CAROLE WARD Producer ANN REAY See page 4
A Western film series.
Unfit for Human Habitation
A close look at the politicians, the tactics and progress of Parliament. Presented by PETER HILL
Editor MICHAEL PAYNE
Gloucestershire v Cornwall at the Memorial Ground, Bristol
Gloucestershire have the most remarkable record in the County Championship having been in the final for the last five years, and are the current holders of the title.
Cornwall last appeared in a final six years ago, but in their match with Gloucestershire last year were narrowly defeated 9-7 having had numerous penalty chances and a disallowed try which would certainly have reversed the result. Commentator
Director JOHNNY WATHERSTON Series producer BILL TAYLOR
by W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM
Dramatised in three parts by HARRY GREEN:
Part 1: Rosie ... Rosie Gann ... with a heart of gold ... as good as she was beautiful ... and that was the problem.
Music composed and conducted by ' BILL SOUTHGATE
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Designer. GEOFFREY PATTERSON Producer RICHARD BEYNON Director BILL HAYS
' Rosie isn't a whore!': page 4
Lord George Kemp:
Choreographer GEORGE MELITONO-VITCH BALANCHIVADZE - it was Diaghilev who shortened that long Georgian name to the now famous and familiar George Balan chine. This is the first of four programmes devoted to works by him, performed by the company with which he is so closely identified, the New York City Ballet.
Symphony in C: in 1948 this work was among those given at the opening performance by the New York City Ballet. Each movement of Bizet's symphony is danced by a different group of soloists and corps de ballet, the whole company uniting for the finale.
Agon: created in 1957, this is one of many great works resulting from the collaboration between Balanchine and Stravinsky that began under Diaghilev with Apollon Musagète and continued until the composer's death.
J. J. ODUFRÉ (Symphony) KLAUS LINDEMANN (Agon) RM Productions
In an old hotel on the South Coast, Professor Zita Albes runs a school for children with learning difficulties. Their problems are so severe that they could not cope with life in ordinary schools and yet they are not mentally subnormal-they are the 'children of no man's land.' But this school provides a place to belong and a community that cares. Using her own unique methods PROFESSOR ALBES develops their individual-talents and fits them for life in the world outside.
Director DICK FOSTER
Series editor EURFRON GWYNNE JONES A Parents and Children Special
Joseph Cooper as questionmaster invites you to match your musical wits against
Bernard Levin , Paul Jennings Guest musician Hugh Bean
Director DENIS MORIARTY
Producer WALTER TODDS
Vincent Price, Ellen Drew
Land office clerk James Addison Reavis is a man with ambition; by means of a forged Land Grant, he plans to lay claim to the whole of Arizona Territory!
- This Week's Films: page 23
James Addison Reavis: