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: RUGBY UNION

Wales v. France
The whole of today's match direct from Cardiff Arms Park
Commentator, Bill McLaren
Summaries, Bleddyn Williams
Television presentation by Dewi Griffiths
See also Grandstand on facing page

Contributors

Commentator: Bill McLaren
Presentation By: Dewi Griffiths

: RUGBY SPECIAL

Wales v. France
Highlights of the match
Commentator, Peter West
Directed by Dewi GRIFFITHS
Series producer. ALAN MOUNCER

Contributors

Directed By: Dewi Griffiths
Producer: Alan Mouncer

: POINT COUNTER POINT

by ALDOUS HUXLEY dramatised in five parts by SIMON RAVEN
John Bidtake is fatally ill and has joined his wife in the country. Elinor is finding Webley very attractive; and Burlap is pursuing Beatrice. PART 4: Death of a Freeman
Cast in order of appearance:
Designer, Richard Wilmot
Producer, DAVID CONROY
Directed by REX TUCKER

Contributors

Unknown: Aldous Huxley
Unknown: Simon Raven
Unknown: John Bidtake
Designer: Richard Wilmot
Producer: David Conroy
Directed By: Rex Tucker
Philip Quarles: Lyndon Brook
Gladys: Jean Muir
Sidney Quarles: John Wentworth
Marjorie Carling: Sheila Grant
Walter Bidlake: Tristram Jellinek
Mark Rampion: Edward Caddick
Mary Rampion: Elizabeth Kentish
Elinor Quarles: Patricia English
Lucy Tantamount: Valerie Gearon
Everard Webley: Edward Judd
Rachel Quarles: Gillian Lind
Frank Illidge: David Graham
Maurice Spandrell: David Collings
Janet Bidlake: Diana King
John Bidlake: Max Adrian
Phil: Matthew Jacobs
Miss Fulkes: Fiona Duncan
Parlourmaid: Carolae Donoghue
Young Italian: David Brook
Hugo Brockle: Alan Lynton
Cabby: Terry Wright
Denis Burlap: John Bryans
Beatrice Gilray: Jo Kendall
Telegraph boy: Raymond Millross

: CHRONICLE

The Death of the High King
More man 3,000 years ago me great monument of Stonehenge was raised by the Bronze Age warriors of Britain. Its unique and sophisticated design suggests that it may have been the work of a single architect—a priest or king who could command such a massive undertaking
Who was he? How did he live-or die? No written or spoken record has survived to tell us. Tonight's Chronicle uses the evidence of archaeology and other studies to reconstruct, in dramatic form, the story as it might have been
Narrated by Maurice Denham
Introduced by Magnus Magnusson
Designer. Trevor Wood
Film direction, David COLLISON
Studio direction, RODERICK GRAHAM
Written and produced by RICHARD IMISON
Executive producer. PAUL JOHNSTONE

Contributors

Unknown: Maurice Denham
Introduced By: Magnus Magnusson
Unknown: David Collison
Unknown: Roderick Graham
Produced By: Richard Imison
Producer: Paul Johnstone

: ONCE MORE WITH FELIX

starring
JULIE FELIX with special guests,
PATRICK WYMARK
THE INCREDIBLE STRING BAND
Musical director, BILL LE SAGE
Script. NEIL SHAND
Design, Roger Cheveley
Production, STANLEY DORFMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Julie Felix
Unknown: Patrick Wymark
Design: Roger Cheveley
Unknown: Stanley Dorfman

: RELEASE

... into the world of films, plays, books, art, and music
This week including:
DON RENDELL/IAN CARR QUINTET
Top British group in the 1967-8 Melody Maker Jazz Polls ... a new L.P. out this month.... their first appearance on television ...
The film includes the Quintet at 1 The Phoenix,' Cavendish Square, and playing a jazz wedding hymn in All Saints' Church, Poplar, for the wedding of their bass player Dave Green. During the reception Humphrey Lyttelton talks with Ian Carr and Don Rendell about the way jazz has changed in England over the years; finally he and Tony Coe join the Quintet in a rousing impromptu jam session.
Producer, COLIN NEARS
Editor. LORNA PEGRAM

Contributors

Unknown: Dave Green.
Talks: Humphrey Lyttelton
Unknown: Ian Carr
Unknown: Don Rendell
Unknown: Tony Coe
Editor: Lorna Pegram

: LATE NIGHT LINE-UP

Introduced by Tony Bilbow looks at
The Film World Past and Present and Philip Jenkinson shows more of your film requests Letters to Philip Jenkinson should be addressed c/o Late Night Llne-Up. BBC Television Centre. London. W.12.

Contributors

Introduced By: Tony Bilbow
Introduced By: Philip Jenkinson
Unknown: Philip Jenkinson

: NEWS SUMMARY

: MIDNIGHT MOVIE

The Unholy Wife starring
ROD STEIGER , DIANA DORS Tom Tryon , Beulah Bondi
Screenplay by JONATHAN LATIMER based on a television play by F. W. DURKEE JR.
Directed and produced by John Farrow
A bored and dissatisfied wife hatches a plot to dispose of her wealthy husband.

Contributors

Unknown: Rod Steiger
Unknown: Diana Dors
Unknown: Tom Tryon
Unknown: Beulah Bondi
Unknown: Jonathan Latimer
Produced By: John Farrow
Paul Hochen: Rod Steiger
Phyllis Hochen: Diana Dors
San: Tom Tryon
Emma Hochen: Beulah Bondi
Gwen: Marie Windsor
Rev Stephen Hochen: Arthur Franz
Ezra Benton Luis: Van Rooten
Gino Verdugo: Joe de Santis








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