Final of the County
S.E. Division Champions
Midland Division Champions
Keith Macklin reports from Twickenham
Directed by ALAN MOUNCER
Warwickshire are favourites to regain the championship they won no less than seven times between
1958 and 1965. Middlesex can be impressive, but they were a little lucky to beat Durham in the semi-final. They will be hard pushed to match Warwickshire's formidable all-round talents.
by ALDous HUXLEY dramatised in five parts by SIMON RAVEN
Gladys has confronted Sidney Quarles with her pregnancy. Elinor has been summoned to the country because her son is ill. Spandrell, assisted by Illidge, has murdered Webley.
PART 5: The Kingdom of Heaven
Producer, David Conroy
Directed by Rex TUCKER
Chandigarh, the capital of the Punjab, is the most modern city in India. Designed in 1950 by the great architect Le Corbusier, it is still being built
John Berger , novelist and art critic, looks at what has been achieved and describes the way Chandigarh has changed the lives of those who live there
Produced by ALAIN TANNER
Presented for BBC-tv by David Heycock
JULIE FELIX with special guests: PETER COOK PACO PENA , NOEL HURPHY
Musical director, JOHN CAMERON Script, NEIL SHAND
Lighting. Peter Catlett Design. Roger Cheveley
Production, STANLEY Dorpmah
...into the world of films, plays, books, art, and music
Suddenly I Know What I Have to Do...
"I started on what stone I could get at night in my little studio in Chelsea. Then I thought suddenly I know what I have to do. I feel I can do it. I'm completely happy."
A film on the great English sculptor Dame Barbara Hepworth whose major retrospective exhibition opens next week at the Tate Gallery, London, and whose life and work are described in a new book published this week.
Tolkien in Oxford
A film about The Lord of the Rings
In Europe and Asia it's a school set book. In America it's a craze bigger than Batman: one million copies sold in 1967 alone. In Britain a lot of people have never even heard of it. J.R.R. Tolkien, seventy-six, retired Oxford don, talks about his major work. Readers in Oxford try to explain the phenomenon of the lord of the hobbits, the orcs, and the elves. A literary masterpiece or a pleasant donnish joke?
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An award-winning film written and directed by JAMES HILL
Music by Jack BEAVER
A little Italian girl is bored and lonely until she starts to discover the world around her.
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 Ltne-Up. BBC Television Centre, London. W.12.
An Alligator Named Daisy starring
James Robertson Justice
Screenplay by JACK DAVIES based on a novel by CHARLES TERROT
Directed by J. Lee-Thompson Produced by Raymond Stross
Peter Weston , a songwriter, finds himself the unwilling owner of Daisy, an alligator. After his efforts to dispose of her are thwarted-there is a delightful scene with Margaret Rutherford as a cranky pet-shop owner who, like Dr. Dolittle, can talk to the animals-Peter decides he will keep his increasingly endearing pet However, he is then faced with his fiancee's challenge: ' Either the alligator goes, or I do.'
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