starring Debbie Reynolds Harve Presnell with Ed Begley , Jack Kruschen Hermione Baddeley
A Colorado backwoods girl goes after money, social position and love with energy and enthusiasm.
Director CHARLES WALTERS
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Prince Louis de Laniere:
Baron Karl Ludwig von Ettenburg:
A programme for children under 5
with Ray Brooks
A Harp of Fishbones by JOAN AIKEN
Today: The Lost Five Minutes
Pictures JAN BRYCHTA
Adapted by SUSAN BALL Director MARILYN FOX
Producer ANGELA BEECHING
Executive producer ANNA HOME
Introduced by Johnny Morris The World of Animals
In the wild, in the zoo, at home: a magazine of stories about animals constantly illustrating their own kind of magic.
Directors GEORGE INGER , ROBIN HELLIER Producer DOUGLAS THOMAS (Bristol)
2: On a cold winter's night Ranko wakes up to find a savage wolf at his door.
Story told by PAUL MASSIE
Presented by PEGGY MILLER
with Kenneth Kendall ; Weather
bringing you news and views in your region tonight
(including Regional Weather) Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT FRANK BOUGH , BOB WELLINGS and SUE LAWLEY
(Regional details as Monday)
In the chair: Eleanor Summerfield This week with Miriam Karlin and Harry Fowler
An addict's game - for punsters and crossworders.
Director PEGGY WALKER Producer CECIL KORER
The Politician starring
Far be it for the Shiloh foreman to interfere in a family matter, but when his own life is forfeit, that's another matter!
French Relish by PAULINE DEVANEY and EDWIN APPS starring
Major Pollock's Relish has been a familiar sight on the tea tables of Great Britain and her Empire for over 150 years. As Britain has now joined the Common Market this old-established - but forward-thinking - firm has recently set up a branch in France which is being run by their dynamic Managing Director, Simon Pollock.
Signature music by RON GRAINER Designer PETER KINDRED Producer HAROLD SNOAD
(Derek Nimmo is in ' Why Not Stay for Breakfast? ' at the Apollo, London)
with Kenneth Kendall and Richard Whitmore ; Weather
Tuesday's Documentary Written and narrated by Lord Chalfont
Anwar el-Sadat, third President of the United Arab Republic, is one of the most important figures in the world today. Born in an obscure village in the Nile Delta, he grew up with a strong grudge against Britain. He stood shoulder to shoulder with Nasser in the Egyptian revolution of 1952. When Nasser died in 1970, he took over as a stop-gap President. Now, following last year's brief but savage war with Israel, he is the incontrovertible master of Egypt and arguably the most influential and significant Arab leader currently in power.
In tonight's Chalfont Profile he talks frankly about his personal life, achievements, his attitude to Britain and Israel, and his ambitions for himself and his country. Film cameramen
BOB MCDONNELL. PAUL KANWAR
Sound BILL SEARLE, STAN MORCOM Film editor PETER BARBER Producer MALCOLM BROWN
Barry Norman looks at the new releases and previews a special season at the National Film Theatre, ' Paramount on Parade,' which covers 60 years of film making from The Battle of Gettysburg to The Godfather. Producer DON BENNETTS
Introduced by Michael Charlton