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: The Liberal Party Assembly

The fourth and final day from The Winter Gardens, Blackpool.

(to 12.45)


Commentator: Kenneth Harris
Commentator: Edward Rayner
Commentator: Ian Trethowan
Commentator: Harold Webb
Outside Broadcast Producer: Ray Colley
Editor: Noble Wilson

: Show of the Week: The Girls of Takarazuka

A spectacular singing and dancing show given by eighty attractive girls from the Japanese Takarazuka Variety Theatre on their recent visit to Paris.

A shortened version of a film produced for German Television by Dixie Sensburg at the Alhambra Theatre in Paris


Choreography: Paddy Stone
Choreography: William Milie
Producer: Dixie Sensburg

: One Pair of Eyes: The Road to Kingdom Come

James Cameron travels The Road to Kingdom Come
"Man is the only animal who knows he is going to die. It therefore became imperative to live without despair. Thus was created God."
James Cameron, who describes himself as a permanent minority, journeys from St. Peter's, Rome, down the crowded road of the great faiths to Israel, Egypt, and India, and casts a sceptical glance at mankind's interpretation of God's demands.
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Presenter: James Cameron
Executive Producer: Christopher Ralling
Director: Richard Marquand

: The Cool of the Evening

Georgie Fame sings Do It the Hard Way, C'est la vie, You're Driving Me Crazy accompanied by The Harry South Trio and Pete King


Musician/singer: Georgie Fame
Musicians: The Harry South Trio
Musician: Pete King

: The White Rabbit: Part 2: The Raising Up

by Bruce Marshall.
Dramatised in four parts by Michael Voysey.
Starring Kenneth More as Wing-Commander Yeo-Thomas

Tommy has been arrested in Paris by the Gestapo. He must withhold information for forty-eight hours to enable his contacts to disperse.
(For cast see Wednesday, 10.35 p.m.)


Author: Bruce Marshall
Dramatised by: Michael Voysey
Producer: David Conroy
Director: Peter Hammond
Wing-Commander Yeo-Thomas: Kenneth More

: Diary of a Nobody

A film by Ken Russell from the novel by the Brothers Grossmith.


Author: George Grossmith
Author: Weedon Grossmith
Music: Ivor Cutler
Screenplay/Director: Ken Russell
Screenplay/Producer: John McGrath
Mr. Pooter: Bryan Pringle
Mrs. Pooter: Avril Elgar
Lupin Pooter: Murray Melvin
Gowing: Brian Murphy
Cummings: Jonathan Cecil
Mrs. James: Vivian Pickles
Sarah: Anne Jameson

: Newsroom

Including a special report on today's proceedings at the Liberal Party Assembly.
Followed by The Weather

: Late Night Line-Up

Criticism, Discussion, Diversion

: Midnight Movie: Arnold Wesker's The Kitchen

Starring Carl Mohner, Mary Yeomans, Eric Pohlmann, Tom Bell

Life in the kitchen of a London restaurant which serves some 2,000 meals a day.


Screenplay/Producer: Sidney Cole
Based on the play by: Arnold Wesker
Director: James Hill
Peter: Carl Mohner
Monica: Mary Yeomans
Mr. Marango: Eric Pohlmann
Paul: Tom Bell
Max: Martin Boddey
Dimitri: Sean Lynch
Alfred: Frank Atkinson
Kevin: Brian Phelan
Raymond: Howard Greene
Frank: Frank Pettitt
Hans: Scot Finch

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