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: To Live in Peace (Vivere in Pace)

An Italian film with English sub-titles.

The touching tale of an Italian village's efforts to save the life of a coloured American soldier.

Contributors

Director: Luigi Zampa
Uncle Tigna: Aldo Fabrizi
Ronald: Gar Moore
Joe: Johnny Kitzmilier
Sylvia: Mirella Monti
Hans: Heinrich Bode

: Cricket: M.C.C. v. West Indies

at Lord's.
(to 18.35)

: Plunder

A weekly raid on the archives of BBC television.
Introduced by Michell Raper.
This edition includes:
An excerpt from:
Appointment with Fear
by John Dickson Carr.
Performed in the studio by Valentine Dyall as The Man in Black.
With Grizelda Hervey, Roger Delgado, Gladys Spencer, Peter Claughton

"Do you believe in the power of witch-craft? That a human face may grow so withered and hideous that no man dares look on it?"

Contributors

Presenter: Michell Raper
Writer (Appointment with Fear): John Dickson Carr
The Man in Black: Valentine Dyall
[Actress]: Grizelda Hervey
[Actor]: Roger Delgado
[Actress]: Gladys Spencer
[Actor]: Peter Claughton

: Lord Raingo: Part 3: Doubts

by Arnold Bennett.
Dramatised in four parts by Jeremy Paul.
Starring Kenneth More

Lord Raingo has learnt that the war being fought is in the animosities of the War Cabinet. Lady Raingo has been killed in a car crash.
(First shown last Tuesday)
(Part 4, Fear: Tuesday at 9.50 p.m.)

Contributors

Author: Arnold Bennett
Dramatised by: Jeremy Paul
Producer: Douglas Allen
Director: Peter Hammond
Sam Raingo: Kenneth More

: As Long As We Live

The Japanese Italia Prize entry of 1965.
This remarkable film tells the story of two miners who were involved in one of the most unusual mine catastrophes in history.
In this disaster, the most serious in Japan since the war, 1,150 miners were killed or injured by carbon-monoxide poisoning. The gas caused serious brain damage among many of the survivors. This film traces the progress of two of them back to normal life.
See page 6

: Three Rousing Tinkles: If those are Mr. Heckmondwick's own personal pipes they've been lagged once already

by N.F. Simpson.
A comedy series.
With Pauline Devaney as Middie Paradock, Edwin Apps as Bro Pardock
Guest star, Avis Bunnage as Martha

Contributors

Writer: N.F. Simpson
Music composed and conducted by: Stanley Myers
Designer: Raymond Berger
Producer: Stuart Allen
Middie Paradock: Pauline Devaney
Bro Paradock: Edwin Apps
Martha: Avis Bunnage
Humphrey: Geoffrey Hibbert
Lucy: Rosemary Martin
John: Terence Brady
Laurence Grimsby: John Ringham

: Match of the Day

Featuring the F.A. Cup Final: Everton v. Sheffield Wednesday
Recorded highlights of this afternoon's match at the Empire Stadium, Wembley.

Contributors

Commentator: Kenneth Wolstenholme
Television Presentation: Alec Weeks

: News Summary

: Take a Pair of Private Eyes: Part 5

A serial in six parts by Peter O'Donnell.
Feinster finds himself saddled with the mobile corpse again. Rather than continue the game of passing the macabre parcel, he hires a couple of thugs to deal with Ambrose and Dominique.
(First shown last Sunday)
Part 6: Sunday at 7.25 p.m.

Contributors

Writer: Peter O'Donnell
Producer: Alan Bromly
Director: Christopher Barry

: Late Night Line-Up

Stay up a little longer with Joan Bakewell, Michael Dean, Tony Bilbow and whoever else turns up.

Contributors

Presenter: Joan Bakewell
Presenter: Michael Dean
Presenter: Tony Bilbow








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