by Fyodor Dostoevsky.
dramatised in two parts by John Hopkins.
Starring Edith Evans
with Maurice Roeves
A story of the compelling attraction of gambling for both old and young.
(Repeated on Thursday at 9.55 p.m.)
(See page 36)
Marquis de Grieux:
Mme. de Cominges:
Gold bracelets, Roman carvings, Anglo-Saxon and medieval paintings-the history of our islands from the Bronze Age to Victorian times is reflected in the most exciting finds and acquisitions of 1967 Archaeologists and museum workers who have brought these finds to the Chronicle studio talk about them to Magnus Magnusson and Patricia Connor.
Introduced by Nicholas Thomas.
Starring John Payne, Mary Murphy and Francis L. Sullivan
A gambler, out of luck in Las Vegas. accepts the dubious assignment of trying to find a large ruby which has mysteriously vanished after a plane crash. His search leads him into danger on an island in the Caribbean.
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