Six films of his jaunt in the sun last August.
"We thought this sort of life ended long long ago... You have no idea what is really going on... The great thing is that nobody seems to worry"
From the South and West
See colour feature on centre pages
by Honore de Balzac
Dramatised in four parts by David Turner
Madame Vauquer's boarders have various ideas about the mysterious Monsieur Goriot. When he first arrived he rented the most expensive room, but now he has moved to the cheapest.
(To be repeated on Thursday at 9.55 p.m.)
Comte de Restaud:
Mme de Beauseant:
A series of highly personal films.
Robert Morley asks Was Your Schoolmaster Really Necessary?
"I have always had a certain loathing of schoolmasters, feeling them to be a corrupt body of creatures on the whole...
I'm not an educated man: I'm a drop-out. I left school at sixteen...
It was to revenge myself on schoolmasters that I became an actor"
(Robert Morley is in "Halfway Up the Tree" at the Queen's Theatre, London)
His own unhappy experiences very much in mind, Robert Morley swore that none of his three children should go to an English public school. When Sheridan, the eldest, was eight, Morley advertised in The Times for a school with 'no sports and a comfortable hotel standard of living'; and found one! The other children had equally unconventional educations, and all of them have thrived on it.
by Georges Feydeau
Translated and adapted by Caryl Brahms and Ned Sherrin.
Starring Patrick Cargill and Amanda Barrie
Guest star, Robertson Hare
featuring Edwin Apps, Elizabeth Knight, Robin Hunter
A middle-aged bachelor and his maiden sister anxiously await the arrival of a wealthy doctor and his daughter, to whom the bachelor is engaged. Both are unaware that they are in the power of their wily servant, who is able to hypnotise them.
Music composed and conducted by:
Release ...into the world of films, plays, books, art, and music.
This week including:
"Birth of a New Star"
This was the headline of The Observer's review of Alec McCowen in "Hadrian the Seventh" at the Mermaid Theatre, London.
This actor of long promise, who has just come into his own, discusses his career with Peter Lewis.
A puppet film based on the Diaghilev production with music by Stravinsky.
"...by far the most imaginative British use of puppets one has seen on Television" (The Guardian)
(First shown on BBC-1)
Puppets designed and made by:
Introduced by Tony Bilbow looks at The Film World Past and Present and Philip Jenkinson shows more of your film requests.
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Starring Virginia Mayo, Dennis Morgan, David Farrar
The quest for black pearls in a remote South Sea island results in happiness and bloodshed.