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: Rugby Special: Bath v. Devonport Services

Highlights of this afternoon's match between one of the oldest clubs in Somerset and a Services team which has established itself in the traditional hard rugged Play of the West Country.
David Vine reports from the Recreation Ground, Bath.
Introduced by Keith Macklin.

Contributors

Presenter: Keith Macklin
Commentator: David Vine
Director: Peter Bale
Series Producer: Alan Mouncer

: Wuthering Heights: Part 4: The Last Revenge

by Emily Bronte.
Dramatised in four parts by Hugh Leonard.

Hindley has died and Heathcliff now owns Wuthering Heights. Determined to gain possession also of Thrushcross Grange, he is forcing his son Linton to marry Catherine.

(For cast see Wednesday, 10.10 p.m.)

Contributors

Author: Emily Bronte
Dramatiset: Hugh Leonard
Producer: David Conroy
Director: Peter Sandy

: One Pair of Eyes: You've Got to Win

Peter Wilson who has seen more big-time sport than almost anyone in Britain, feels that something has gone wrong with our success rate.
You've Got to Win
...is his attitude to sport.
See page 3
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Peter Wilson
Executive Producer: Christopher Ralling
Director: Peter Robinson

: Release

into the world of films, plays, books, art, and music.

This week, with the opening of the London Film Festival, two important international directors and their work.

Bunuel's "Belle de Jour"
The veteran anarchist film-maker shown at work in the Alps last year on his latest film. "Belle de Jour" won the Grand Prix at Venice, and opens this week in London.

Renoir's "La Marseillaise"
Jean Renoir discusses this little known film of his most creative period. It opens the Festival.

(Colour)

Contributors

Subject: Luis Bunuel
Speaker (Renoir's La Marseillaise): Jean Renoir
Producer: Colin Nears
Editor: Lorna Pegram

: The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem

Highlights from one of their concerts at the Ulster Hall, Belfast.

Contributors

Singers: The Clancy Brothers
Singer: Tommy Makem
Director: Matt Carruth
Producer: John Scholz-Conway

: Further Adventures of Lucky Jim: I'm Worried About Jim

Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais.
Starring Keith Barron as Jim
This week: I'm Worried About Jim
Featuring John Junkin, Joan Newell, Ruth Kettlewell, Annabelle Lee, Robert Raglan, Stephanie Heesom, Lala Lloyd, Ernest Arnley, Michael Stainton, George Tovey, Michael Earl
(First shown on BBC-1)

Contributors

Writer: Dick Clement
Writer: Ian La Frenais
Story Consultant: Kingsley Amis
Incidental Music: Jack Emblow
Design: Roger Liminton
Producer: Duncan Wood
Jim: Keith Barron
[Actor]: John Junkin
[Actress]: Joan Newell
[Actress]: Ruth Kettlewell
[Actress]: Annabelle Lee
[Actor]: Robert Raglan
[Actress]: Stephanie Heesom
[Actress]: Lala Lloyd
[Actor]: Ernest Arnley
[Actor]: Michael Stainton
[Actor]: George Tovey
[Actor]: Michael Earl

: News Summary

: Late Night Line-Up

A late look around the world of television.
Criticism, Discussion, Diversion
(Colour)

: Midnight Movie: Adam and Evelyne

Starring Stewart Granger, Jean Simmons

When a gambler becomes the guardian of a dying friend's daughter, whom he has never seen, it leads to unexpected romantic complications.

Contributors

Producer/Director: Harold French
Author: Noel Langley
Music: Mischa Spoliansky
Adam Black: Stewart Granger
Evelyne Wallace: Jean Simmons
Bill Murray: Edwin Styles
Roddy Black: Raymond Young
Moira: Helen Cherry
Mrs. Parker: Beatrice Varley
Molly: Joan Swinstead
Colonel Bradley: Wilfrid Hyde White
Chris Kirby: Fred Johnson
Inspector Collins: Geoffrey Denton








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