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: Saturday Cinema: Jupiter's Darling

starring
Esther Williams , Howard Keel Marge and Gower Champion George Sanders
MGM's spectacular musical excursion into ancient Rome in the year 218 BC as Hannibal's army advances on the city.
Producer GEORGE WELLS Director GEORGE SIDNEY
Holiday Films: pages 17 and It

Contributors

Unknown: Esther Williams
Unknown: Howard Keel
Producer: George Wells
Director: George Sidney
Amytis: Esther Williams
Hannibal: Howard Keel
Meta: Marge Champion
Varius: Gower Champion
Fabius Maximus: George Sanders
Horatio: Richard Haydn

: Play Away

An entertainment for children starring Brian Cant with Toni Arthur , Lionel Morton Anne-Marie Hackett
Jimmy Watson , Jonathan Cohen Alan Rushton , Mike Ward
Brian and company play away with music, songs, puzzles and comedy.
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN
Designers NIGEL CURZON TOM YARDLEY-JONES
Scriptwriter and director CAROLE WARD Producer ANN REAY

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Cant
Unknown: Toni Arthur
Unknown: Lionel Morton
Unknown: Anne-Marie Hackett
Unknown: Jimmy Watson
Unknown: Jonathan Cohen
Unknown: Alan Rushton
Unknown: Mike Ward
Director: Jonathan Cohen
Director: Designers Nigel Curzon Tom
Director: Carole Ward
Producer: Ann Reay

: Closedown

: News and Sport

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: Rugby Special

Welsh Club Championship Cardiff v Ebbw Vale
The ' men of steel' from the eastern valleys of Gwent will be keen to maintain their lofty position in the Welsh Championship table. They have been well placed above Cardiff from early in the season. NIGEL STARMER-SMITH describes the best of the action from the match played at the Cardiff RFC Ground at Cardiff Arms Park.
TV presentation DEWI GRIFFlTHS Series producer BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Unknown: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Producer: Bill Taylor

: S'Wonderful -

S'Marvellous - S'
Gershwin Jack Lemmon introduces a nostalgic tribute to GEORGE GERSHWIN , the great man of music whose melodies will live for ever. With contributions from
FRED ASTAIRE , ETHEL MERMAN
LESLIE UGGAMS , LINDA BENNETT ALAN JOHNSON AND HIS DANCERS
LARRY KERT , ROBERT GUILLAUME and PETER NERO
Produced and written by MARTIN CHARNIN Director WALTER C. MILLER
(Programme recorded in America)

Contributors

Introduces: Gershwin Jack Lemmon
Unknown: George Gershwin
Unknown: Fred Astaire
Unknown: Ethel Merman
Unknown: Leslie Uggams
Unknown: Linda Bennett
Unknown: Alan Johnson
Dancers: Larry Kert
Dancers: Robert Guillaume
Written By: Martin Charnin
Director: Walter C. Miller

: An Unofficial Rose

from the novel by iris MURDOCH dramatised in four parts by SIMON RAVEN
Hugh Peronett 's wife, Fanny, has died. At her funeral are two unexpected mourners.
Parti
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Designer STANLEY MORRIS Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director BASIL COLEMAN
To Iris, a rose: page 4

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Raven
Unknown: Hugh Peronett
Editor: Lennox Phillips
Designer: Stanley Morris
Producer: Ken Riddington
Director: Basil Coleman
Rector: John Westbrook
Hugh Peronett: Maurice Denham
Randall Peronett: John Woodvine
Ann Peronett: Ann Bell
Miranda: Adrienne Byrne
Penn Graham: Paul Henley
Mildred Finch: Ruth Dunning
Humphrey Finch: Charles Lloyd Pack
Felix Meeeham: Derek Waring
Nancy Bowshott: Carol MacReady
Emma Sands: Mary Morris
Lindsay Rimmer: Lorna Heilbron

: This Year, Next Year

What does a missile silo in South Dakota have to do with a secondhand store in Moscow? Or Moroccans mining in the desert with a guerrilla camp in Angola? Twelve BBC foreign correspondents are back in London with special film reports on what's been happening behind the headlines in the places where they live. What were the stories that really counted last year? Who are the people to watch out for in 1975? The programme is introduced by the BBC's chief European correspondent, Charles Wheeler : in the studio with him are Brian Barron (Asia)
Jim Biddulph (Foreign Affairs) Noel Clark (Eastern Europe)
Robert Elphick (Western Europe) Bob Friend (Australia)
John Humphrys (North America) John Osman (Southern Africa) Adrian Porter (South America) David Sells (Middle East)
Philip Short (Soviet Union) David Smeeton (Japan)
Producer GEORGE CAREY
Our man in the bush: page 4

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Unknown: Brian Barron
Unknown: Jim Biddulph
Unknown: Noel Clark
Unknown: Robert Elphick
Unknown: John Humphrys
Unknown: John Osman
Unknown: Adrian Porter
Unknown: David Smeeton
Producer: George Carey

: Test Cricket from Australia

by Satellite
The Third Test
Australia v England from Melbourne, New South Wales
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the third day's play.
Presented in association with the AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING COMMISSION
Producers DAVID KENNING and DENIS KELLY

Contributors

Introduces: Richie Benaud
Producers: David Kenning
Producers: Denis Kelly

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