The significant battles In any general election are fought in the marginal constituencies where the national trend means a change of member. What makes a constituency marginal? A look at Reading provides some of the answers.
Introduced by Professor Esmond Wright.
by Clemence Dane.
A dramatisation in eight parts by Michael Barry.
1866. The generations turn for a third time. Gilly Broome and Donna, Harry's 'golden boy' and ugly duckling - the daughter who doesn't belong.
(Repeated next Monday evening)
Dramatised by/Directed and produced by:
Sir Joscelyn Pallas:
A magazine of the arts.
Introduced by Alex Glasgow.
Tonight's edition includes:
Julie Christie, who won an Oscar earlier this year for her performance in Darling, and starred in Dr. Zhivago and in Fahrenheit 451 which has just opened, talks about herself, in sequences from a film by Alan Lovell.
On the occasion of the release of his 32nd film - Les Fetes Galantes - this master of the French cinema talks to Dilys Powell.
(See page 31)
Film sequences (Star):
A last look around the world of television.
Criticism, Discussion, Diversion with Denis Tuohy, Michael Dean, Joan Bakewell, Tony Bilbow and tonight's guests also Philip Jenkinson with more film requests.
Letters to Philip Jenkinson should be addressed c/o Late Night Line-Up, [address removed]
Item presenter (Film Requests):
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