A programme for children at home
Valerie Pitts , Brian Cant f In the story chair,
Julian D'Albie who tells his own story
'Charlie the Marmalade Cat'
Ten programmes on car maintenance and the overhaul of an engine with Barry Bucknell and Doug Mitchell
3: The Dynamo
Produced by JOHN DOBSON from the South and West
Shown on Sunday on BBC-1
See BBC Further Education Publications panel on page 39
The World Tonight
John Timpson. Peter Woods and the reporters and correspondents, at home and abroad, of BBC News
by ROBIN SMYTH
JOHN RONANE os Elvis-Boy
REG LYE as Georgie TENNIEL EVANS as Smith
Music, Norman Percival
Producer, INNES LLOYD
Directed by JOHN MATTHEWS
Three broken-down men whose refuge is a derelict building and a bottle of meths find a ten shilling note. To them it could mean the beginning of a new life and the end of the old: some left-over clothes instead of more meths; a meat pie instead of meths; a good meal instead of meths ...
The three of them. Elvis-Boy.
Georgie. and Smith, are overwhelmed by the possibilities facing them now that they have to make the decision of their lives....
Tonight, a special programme on Cuba, including a recent report by French television Dictionnaire de Cuba
A as in Alphabet
B as in Batista
C as in Castro ...
Introduced this week by Olivier Todd
3: It's Your Vote
A Party Political Broadcast on behalf of the CONSERVATIVE AND UNIONIST PARTY
Also on BBC-I and
A selection of musical milestones from the golden days of the silver screen
Tonight: the 1949 production
Take Me Out to the Ball Game (Everybody's Cheering) starring
GENE KELLY with Betty Garrett
Edward Arnold , Jules Munshin
Screenplay by WELLS HARRY TUGEND and GEORGE WELLS from a story by GENE KELLY and STANLEY DONEN Produced by Arthur Freed Directed by Busby Berkeley
K C Higgins:
A profile of a world-famous British painter filmed on the occasion of Sutherland's Munich exhibition Graham Sutherland talks to his friend, the Italian writer, Giorgio Soavi produced by MARGARET MCCALL
A BBC/Bavarian Television Service co-production
Why should I struggle to explain; Why should 1 have to bruise the chancy sensations of the process of the creative art of paintingr It is all as impossible as explaining the smell of leaves or the smell of a rose ... Happily, Graham Sutherland has overcome a good many of the difficulties of the creative artist when talking about his art. He talks with candour and self-knowledge about his work at a lively press conference in Munich, and to Giorgio Soavi in his own surroundings. The paintings and drawings, filmed in Wales, England, Germany, and France, as well as the places and themes Sutherland dwells on, illuminate the words of a remarkable man and artist.
A last look around the daily scene with Michael Dean , Joan Bakewell
Tony Bilbow , Brian King
... this was odd, because it was the middle of the night