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: British Cinema: Treasure Hunt

[Starring] Jimmy Edwards and Martita Hunt

When the lusty Sir Roderick dies at the ripe age of ninety-five, the Ryalls are faced with two alternatives - to sell the lovely Ballyroden Hall in Co. Tipperary which has always been their home, or to take in paying guests to make ends meet.
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Director: John Paddy Carstairs
Sir Roderick Ryall/Hercules Ryall: Jimmy Edwards
Aunt Anna Rose: Martita Hunt
Consuelo: Athene Seyler
Eustace Mills: Naunton Wayne
Sir Philip Ryall: Bryan Walsh
Mary O'Leary: Susan Stephens
Mr. Walsh: Miles Malleson
Yvonne Cleghorne-Thomas: Mara Lane

: Rugby Special: The International Championship: France v. Ireland

With her newly selected team, Ireland travels to Paris for her first International of the season.
Introduced by Keith Macklin.
Presented by Douglas Hespe in collaboration with the French Television Service


Commentator: Peter West
Presenter: Keith Macklin
Presented by: Douglas Hespe

: The Man in the Mirror: Part 3

A thriller in six parts by Lindsay Hardy.
Starring Frederick Jaeger
with Ralph Michael, John Barron, Wendy Gifford, Philip Locke, George Pravda and Dallia Penn

After the switch of identity, Sutton has been seized by The Ring. And Sanders, with the murder of Austin, has taken his first step towards the twenty-five-million dollars that lie hidden somewhere in London.


Writer: Lindsay Hardy
Designer: Malcolm Middleton
Producer: Alan Bromly
Director: Gerald Blake
Beaumont Sutton/Gregor Sanders: Frederick Jaeger
Stern: Philip Locke
Sobel: Peter Tremlett
Peter Gilbey: Ralph Michael
Edmund Beatty: John Barron
Douglas Stroud: Robert O'Neil
Maggie Jones: Wendy Gifford
Waldo: Arnold Yarrow
Housekeeper: Winifred Hill
Nicholas Cheverski: George Pravda
Melitza Konradis: Dallia Penn
Miss Benton: Sally Lahee

: Pierre Bonnard

Royal Academy of Arts Winter Exhibition 1966
Bonnard, who died in 1947 at the age of eighty, is among the most mysterious major figures in modern art. Today he is acclaimed as one of the greatest artists of this century.

In this visit to Burlington House, Denys Sutton talks about the man and his art.
The programme is introduced by Humphrey Brooke, M.V.O., Secretary of the Royal Academy.
See page 4


Speaker: Denys Sutton
Presenter: Humphrey Brooke
Television Production: Bill Duncalf

: Not Only... But Also

Starring Peter Cook and Dudley Moore
The Dudley Moore Trio
Chris Karan on drums, Pete McGurk on bass
See page 4


Script: Peter Cook
Script/Music: Dudley Moore
Designer: Norman Vertigan
Producer: Dick Clement
Comedian/Pianist (The Dudley Moore Trio): Dudley Moore
Comedian: Peter Cook
Drummer (The Dudley Moore Trio): Chris Karan
Bass (The Dudley Moore Trio): Pete McGurk

: Match of the Day

A top League soccer match brought to you each Saturday on BBC-2.
Kenneth Wolstenholme reports with outside broadcast cameras from a well-known Football League ground.
Today's match will be announced on BBC-1 and after Grandstand and on BBC-2 at 7.30


Presenter/Commentator: Kenneth Wolstenholme
TV Presentation: Alan Mouncer

: News Summary

: The Idiot: Part 3: The Trees of Pavlovsk

by Fyodor Dostoevsky.
Dramatised by Leo Lehman.
The 'idiot' has proposed marriage to Nastasia and although she has refused him, he later learns that she has rejected the wealthy Rogojin because of her love for him.
First shown last Tuesday
Part 4: Tuesday at 9.35


Author: Fyodor Dostoevsky
Dramatised by: Leo Lehman
Producer: Douglas Allen
Director: Alan Bridges

: Late Night Line-Up

Stay up a little longer with the Line-Up regulars and whoever else turns up.
and Line-Up Rugby: Scotland v. Wales
Sixth in a series of International matches.

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