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Introduced by Cliff Morgan IRELAND v. AUSTRALIA
In this the first programme of a new series the Wallabies play in the first International match of their present short tour
Bill McLaren reports from Lansdowne Road, Dublin
Televised in collaboration with the Irish Television Service
Series producer, Alan Mouncer
A series of highly personal films
' AS WHEN IN A DREAM WE DISCOVER WE CAN FLY '
Do we just like Travel for its own sake?
Are we increasingly obsessed with the desire for encapsulated movement? As members of the moving world, do we believe ourselves to be superior to those who are left standing outside?
Michael Frayn , novelist and play-wright, believes that we do, and demonstrates his belief through the trials and journeys of Benson, latest addition to his gallery of contemporary characters with Patrick Kavanagh , Oeirdre Turner Anna Wing , and Frank Forsyth
Executive producer, CHRISTOPHER RALLING
Directed by John INGRAM
by Henry James
dramatised in six parts by Jack Pulman
starring Richard Chamberlain as Ralph Touchett
Isabel has accompanied her aunt to Florence where she has met Gilbert Osmond. Encouraged by his friend Madame Merle, he is planning to marry Isabel for her fortune.
The international singing star from Greece in the last of a series of six programmes accompanied by The Athenians
Design, David Chandler
Production. YVONNE LITTLEWOOD
Tonight Nana Mouskouri appears in the last show in her current series. During the past six weeks she has sung songs in many languages, some of them associated with her, others new to British audiences. While she has been here she has appeared on the Val Doonican Show and has given a concert at the Royal Albert Hall. She now goes to Paris with her husband, George Petsilas , who is also the leader of her backing group The Athenians. Nana is so popular in Paris that she has made it her second home and she will be appearing there in cabaret.
The weekly arts magazine
Four million children were evacuated from British cities during the war
Next week sees the publication of a book in which some of them look back on their experiences.
B. S. Johnson edited the collection, and has made ' the film of the book' for Release.
This distinguished young novelist made his first film for the B.F.I. last year and it won the Grands Prix at both the Tours and the Melbourne International Short Film Festivals. This is his first film to be shown on television.
AT JOHN MURRAY 'S
The publishers of Byron, Walter Scott , Jane Austen , and many other literary giants celebrate their bicentenary this week
John Betjeman visits the house in Albemarle Street and talks about its history.
COLIN NEARS, DARROL BLAKE
PAULETTE GODDARD in CECIL B. DEMILLE 'S
Unconquered with Howard Da Silva , Boris Karloff
Cecil Kellaway , Ward Bond
Screenplay by CHARGES BENNETT. FREDERICK M. FRANK and JESSE LASKY JR. based on the novel by NEIL H. SWANSON
Produced and directed by CECIL B. DEMILLE
In 1763 an unscrupulous trader in league with the Indians plots a rebellion against the Colonists of Ford Pitt-one day to be called Pittsburgh-and wages a bitter feud with a militiaman over a white slave girl.
Among the stars in Unconquered, Cecil B. DeMille 's particular hero was the British actor the late Sir C. Aubrey Smith. DeMille has described how although this actor was well past eighty when the film was made he would come on the set each morning with his lines absolutely word-perfect.
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