starring Gregory Peck with Thomas Mitchell Vincent Price
Sir Cedric Hardwicke
The action, adventure and deep emotion of A. J. Cronin 's famous story of a missionary in 19th century China come vividly to life.
Director JOHN L. STAHL
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FR Francis Chisholm:
Dr Willie Tulloch:
Rev Angus Mealy:
Francis (as a child):
Rev Hamish MacNabb:
Nora (as a child):
Dr Wilbur Fiske:
Introduced by Roy Castle with Ross and Norris McWhirter who discover the fastest - slowest - strongest - highest - toughest - anyone or anything that claims to be a record breaker.
This week's special guest:
Dr Roger Bannister , CBE, the world's first four minute miler
Designer DAVID JONES
Producer ALAN RUSSELL
The Animal starring Lee Majors as Roy Tate The Indian boy seems to be a murderous savage but something in Tate's past makes him persevere in his attempt to save him.
Written by ROY CLARKE starring
Compo loses the key to his house so he and his companions, Clegg and Blamire, spend the day trying to find it. However, they also manage to find a fair amount of trouble on the way ...
Music composed and conducted by RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Designer ANDY DIMOND Producer JAMES GILBER
Featuring tonight the great puissance or high-jump competition of the week, for
The Moss Bros Championship
Always the compelling event featuring as it does the big wall, tonight's 'competition offers the contestants the challenge of a very specialised form of show jumping.
Introduced by DAVID COLEMAN
Commentators DORIAN WILLIAMS
Associate director FRED VINER
Executive producer ALAN MOUNCER
The people behind the stories, the people the stories affect and the people with something to say. Introduced by Michael Charlton
Tom Mangold , Vincent Hanna , Michael Cockerell , Bill KerrElliott , David Jessel and Julian Mounter are the Midweek correspondents.
Deputy editor JOHN GAU
Editor PETER PAGNAMENTA
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