featuring England v. New Zealand; Scotland v. New Zealand; Barbarians v. New Zealand
Keith Macklin and Cliff Morgan review highlights of those matches and discuss a tour which history will show to have left an indelible impression on British Rugby.
The Silbury Dig: Into the Tunnel
The first two weeks' work on the excavation of Silbury Hill is nearly complete.
The first 'live' outside broadcast from the excavation.
The Man Who Was Given a Gasworks
In a disused army camp in Co. Durham a collection of more than 10,000 items which reflect life as it was lived in the North-East in the last two centuries, from a complete colliery to a miner's kettle on the hob, await reassembly into working units in one of the most exciting new museums in Britain.
Frank Atkinson, Director of the Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, describes the doubts and difficulties to be overcome in creating a living museum of this kind.
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Director (The Man Who Was Given a Gasworks):
by R. H. Mottram.
dramatised in four parts by Lennox Phillips.
Madeleine moved to Amiens where she met Skene again. Still In search of Georges, she has moved to Paris.
To be repeated on Thursday at 9.55 p.m.
Q. M. Ssergeant:
by Georges Feydeau.
Translated and adapted by Caryl Brahms and Ned Sherrin.
Starring Patrick Cargill and Amanda Barrie
Guest star, Jim Dale
featuring Fabia Drake
A gentleman who is trying to rid himself of his mistress and marry a woman of property engages a servant who insults his master's future mother-in-law and puts all the plans in jeopardy.
(See colour feature on centre pages)
Release ...into the world of films, plays, books, art, and music.
This week including:
Art from Norway
The first exhibition of contemporary Norwegian art in England is now on view at the Camden Arts Centre.
Release filmed some of the painters, sculptors, and weavers at work in their homes and studios.
Music from Greece
The Theodorakis Ensemble play the songs and dances of the composer who has made modern Greek music internationally popular.
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Three trawlers from Hull were lost in storms this winter and fifty-eight men died.
The first British trawler to return to Icelandic waters after the disasters was the Joseph Conrad from Hull; on board, a BBC film crew.
Tonight's film describes the life of the trawlermen.
from the North of England
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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 Line-Up, [address removed]
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Starring Fredric March, Mildred Dunnock, Kevin McCarthy, Cameron Mitchell
When Death of a Salesman first appeared on the New York stage it achieved something very rare. It was a huge box-office success and won several of the highest critical awards. The director, Laslo Benedek (who also directed the controversial The Wild One), succeeded admirably in exploiting with cinema technique the visual world of fantasy and reminiscence which is so central to the story of Willy Loman, the ageing and unsuccessful salesman who tries desperately to maintain his prestige at home. One of the film's most successful aspects is Fredric March's ability to move from reality to fantasy without change of make-up or costume. Somehow he manages to grow younger under one's very eyes.
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