For five years he has been a leading practitioner of the publicity stunt - but his survival in the world of pop-music is really based on the drama and violence of his version of an old tradition.
Tonight's film follows his act, on and off stage.
See page 55
A serial in six episodes.
Starring Gerald Harper, Jennifer Daniel, Edward Brayshaw
with Raymond Huntley, Brian Wilde, Bernard Brown, Peter Ducrow
Carol has told Harry that the police know about his friendship with Tom Fielding. He refuses to explain. An attempt is made to kill him, but he escapes to his flat with Carol. There she collapses after he gives her a drink.
(First transmission on Monday)
Det-Insp. Alan Milton:
Det-Sgt. Roy Philips:
by Clive Exton.
Starring Michael Hordern and Fay Compton
with Clare Kelly and J.G. Devlin
(First transmission on BBC-1, February 8, 1964)
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