Roll up! Roll up! Roll up! for unparalleled feats of skill and daring with Thurlow Craig The frontiersman, Chief Eagle Eye and his human target Barbara, Rasool Hamza, Maree Authie, Billy Crotchet.
Introduced by that Prince of Barkers Alec Morley.
From the Coney Beach Funfair, Porthcawl.
Chief Eagle Eye and his human target
Glyn Daniel, Professor Stuart Piggott, and Richard Atkinson (of Edinburgh University) discuss the light thrown by recent research at Stonehenge on this most famous and mysterious of British ancient monuments.
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Producers from various countries attending a UNESCO conference in London pool their experiences in using television for the communication of ideas.
The programme is illustrated by films and telerecordings that have been shown at the conference.
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