followed by The Weather
Highlights of the final day's play direct from the links of Royal Birkdale Golf Club, Southport
Introduced by Harold Webb
The international singing star from Greece in the third of a new series of six programmes, accompanied by The Athenians and with her special guest, Donovan
by Henry James
Dramatised in six parts by Jack Pulman
Starring Richard Chamberlain as Ralph Touchett
The story of a young woman affronting her destiny while searching for her own way of truth.
(Repeated on Thursday at 9.55 p.m.)
"Beatrix Lehmann was perfect ... James comes over well on television" (The Times)
"I must record the opinion that James Cellan Jones's direction... was the finest thing in this line which we have seen for many a long day... an oasis of aesthetic and rational perfectionism" (Sunday Times)
"Richard Chamberlain ... a flexible, responsive actor of great charm" (Daily Telegraph)
"Perfect" (Daily Mail)
Lorne Green narrates this feline history containing some striking and unique material of the species that has been revered, hated, and much loved down the ages
A film from America written, produced, and directed by Bud Wiser
The weekly arts magazine
A Good Laugh is the Best Pesticide
Vladimir Nabokov, celebrated author of Lolita, launches some characteristic barbs in a comic interview filmed on the shores of Lake Geneva at Montreux.
King, Queen, Knave, his latest novel to be published in England, came out last Thursday.
The Magic Apple Tree
A film about Samuel Palmer
The painter Samuel Palmer died in 1881 in a room whose windows were painted completely white to exclude the world he despised. Twenty years later his son destroyed the bulk of his work: Palmer was a forgotten Victorian artist. Yet soon his early work had become a prime influence on British Romantic painting.
This autumn several new books set out to place Palmer firmly among the great artists of the nineteenth century and to show how he anticipated Monet, Van Gogh, Paul Klee, and even The Yellow Submarine.
Written and directed by Robert Kitts
Interviewee (A Good Laugh is the Best Pesticide):
Director (A Good Laugh is the Best Pesticide):
Writer/Director (The Magic Apple Tree):
Late Night Line-Up presenting a Saturday diversion Colour Me Pop
featuring this week's group O'Hara's Playboys.
Starring Richard Widmark, Jean Peters, Thelma Ritter
The F.B.I. persuade a pickpocket to help them break up a spy ring.
Based on a story by:
Capt Dan Tiger: