2: America First
In the 1920s a battle was fought between two Americas: not the North and the South but the Old and the New. Presidents Harding and Coolidge were products of the Old America and, temporarily, the Old won.
Written and introduced by Professor Marcus Cunliffe
Directed by JOHN TWITCHIN
Produced by PETER DUNKLEY
First shown on BBC-1
Twenty-five years after the Warsaw Ghetto, German television commemorates the uprising. The ' final solution' was enacted also in the concentration camps-Polish television reports from Auschwitz, where archaeologists are excavating on the site of the gas chamber.
Introduced this week by Olivier Todd
Producer, FRANK SMITH
A selection of musical milestones from the golden days of the silver screen
Tonight: the 1945 production
Incendiary Blonde starring
ARTURO DE CORDOVA with Barry Fitzgerald
Original screenplay by CLAUDE Binyon and FRANK BUTLER
Music directed by ROBERT EMMETT DOLAN
Produced by Joseph Sistrom
Directed by George Marshall
The life and times of Texas Guinan, one of America's most famous night-club entertainers during the 1920s with such popular songs as ' It had to be you,' ' Ragtime Cowboy Joe,' ' Ida,' and many others.
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