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: News Review

The best of the week's newsfilm from all over the world, together with other subjects of interest. For the deaf and hard of hearing a commentary appears visually.
Presenter, Richard Baker with Margaret Jones

followed by The Weather

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Richard Baker
Interpreter: Margaret Jones
Producer: Bill Northwood

: The Jimmy Logan Show

Starring Jimmy Logan
with June Whitfield, Susan Maughan, Janet Mahoney
The Chantelles
Special guests, The Kuban Cossacks.

(The Kuban Cossacks are appearing at the Playboy Club, London)
(Colour)

Contributors

Entertainer: Jimmy Logan
Performer: June Whitfield
Singer: Susan Maughan
Performer: Janet Mahoney
Singers: The Chantelles
Dancer: Celia Hetherington
Dancer: Casandra Mahon
Dancer: Wendy Martin
Dancer: Francoise Winskill
Performers: The Kuban Cossacks
Script Editor: Austin Steele
Staged by: Ralph Tobert
Musical Director: Dennis Wilson
Designer: David Chandler
Producer: John Street

: Civilisation: 1: The Skin of Our Teeth

A personal view by Kenneth Clark

In this the first of a new documentary series of thirteen programmes, one of our most distinguished art historians and critics Sir Kenneth Clark examines the ideas and values which to him give meaning to the term Western Civilisation.
Tonight he looks at the Dark Ages, the six centuries following the collapse of the Roman Empire. Travelling from Byzantine Ravenna to the Celtic Hebrides, from the Norway of the Vikings to Charlemagne's chapel at Aachen, he unravels the extraordinary story of how European thought and art were saved by 'the skin of our teeth.'
(Repeated on Friday at 9.5 p.m.)
See centre pages
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Kenneth Clark
Stills photography director: Ann Turner
Lighting Cameraman: A.A. Englander
Camera Operator: Kenneth MacMillan
Supervising Film Editor: Allan Tyrer
Director/Producer: Michael Gill
Producer: Peter Montagnon

Blog posts that mention this programme:

Colour Television: 50 Years On 30 June 2017
Our World: Satellite of Love 23 June 2017
Sunday Post: Attenborough - the Early Years 8 May 2016
The Sunday Post: The history of Arts 4 October 2015

: Workshop: O.A.M.D.G. (Omnia ad majorem Dei gloriam) All to the greater glory of God

The life and music of Anton Bruckner
with Georg Solti, Robert Simpson, Deryck Cooke, Jorg Demus, Gottfried Frieberger,
Julius Bayer
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Leader, Rodney Friend
Narration written by Leo Black and spoken by Basil Moss

Anton Bruckner is probably one of the last composers of whom can be said that their art is basically and profoundly religious. In a very real sense he offered up his music to the Deity, and tonight an attempt has been made to draw a portrait of this strange man who was at the same time very simple and very complex. The programme comprises three sections, and an interesting feature is that in each of the three parts the music is basically drawn from the same work - the 8th Symphony - so that it is heard once as the background to the composer's life, secondly as an illustration of his musical personality, and thirdly, simply as it is, straight and without qualification.

(Colour)

Contributors

Conductor: Georg Solti
Interviewee: Robert Simpson
Interviewee: Deryck Cooke
Pianist: Jorg Demus
Interviewee: Gottfried Frieberger
Interviewee: Julius Bayer
Musicians: London Philharmonic Orchestra
Orchestra Leader: Rodney Friend
Writer: Leo Black
Narrator: Basil Moss
Director: Barrie Gavin

: Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In

A series of programmes of lunacy and laughter starring, as your hosts, Dan Rowan
and Dick Martin featuring a regular company of crazy characters and a bewildering array of guests
See colour feature on page 32
(Colour)

Contributors

Comedian: Dan Rowan
Comedian: Dick Martin
Produced for N.B.C. by: George Schlatter
Produced for N.B.C. by: Ed Friendly

: News Summary

(Colour)

: Film Night

Late Night Line-Up's weekly look at the cinema with stars - preview s- and a dig into the past.
Introduced by Tony Bilbow with Philip Jenkinson

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Tony Bilbow
Presenter: Philip Jenkinson
Editor: Rowan Ayers








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