Best of the Badmen starring
CLAIRE TREVOR , ROBERT RYAN JACK BUETEL
ROBERT PRESTON with Walter Brennan
Screenplay by ROBERT HARDY ANDREWS and JOHN TWIST
Directed by William D. Russell
At the end of the American Civil War a Union Officer tries to aid a band of former Confederate cavalrymen, now outlaws, to regain their citizenship. He makes a powerful enemy of a ruthless carpetbagger-one of many pouring into the Kansas territory-and is forced to throw in his lot with the outlaws.
' Doe ' Butcher:
with PERCY THROWER
Percy Thrower pays his first summer visit to Clacks Farm in Worcestershire
Produced and directed by BILL DUNCALF from the Midlands
of the world
A grand tour of some of the outstanding European and American zoos with Anthony Smith
5: WEST BERLIN
Germany's oldest zoo
Set in a quiet park not far from the Brandenburg Gate and within a mile of the Berlin Wall, this is a zoo of contrasts-a place where it's not the roar of lions that attracts attention but the sound of pneumatic drills rebuilding a zoo almost totally destroyed twenty-five years ago. But despite the bombing, despite political difficulties, air corridors, and transport problems-food has to be brought some 200 miles from West Germany to keep the animals alive-the zoo has fully regained its international reputation and has the largest animal collection in Europe.
Produced by PETER BALE
Series editor. NICHOLAS CROCKER from the South and West
by R. H. MOTTRAM dramatised in four parts by LENNOX PHILLIPS
Madeleine moved to Amiens where she met Skene again. Still in search of Georges, she has moved to Paris.
PART 3: Paris
Designer. John Cooper Producer, DAVID CONROY
Directed by GERALD BLAKE
Q M Sergeant:
There are moments when you are very exhausted, when you become almost detached from yourself. You go through a sort of discomfort barrier and from that moment on it's almost delicious. You just plod on endlessly, almost timelessly.
That is how the leader of the British Trans-Arctic Expedition, Wally Herbert , describes the experience of sledging. A few weeks ago he and his three companions completed the longest sustained journey in the history of polar exploration, a journey right across the broken, shifting sea-ice of the Arctic Ocean from Alaska to Spitzbergen. A sledge journey longer than those of Scott or Shackleton, Nansen or Amundsen. A journey of 3,620 miles.
Filmed partly by the BBC and, during the journey itself, by members of the crossing party, this is the story of that journey from the early days of preparation in London in the winter of '67 to the final scramble to make landfall in May this year.
Commentary spoken by GLYN OWEN
Filmed by CHARLES STEWART ALAN GILL , WALLY HERBERT
Produced by RICHARD TAYLOR
from the Talk of the Town in the heart of London
Kenneth Williams introduces
Tonight's star, MATT MONRO from Italy, TOPO GIGIO assisted by Joe Melia from Finland. VIOLA TALVI and ROY BUDD
The Cabaret Orchestra under the direction of ALYN AINSWORTH
Special material by JOHN LAW and KENNETH WILLIAMS
Design, Andrew Dimond
Production, JOHN STREET
On the Arts
In which about 150 people of varied ages, outlook, and opinions view-and freely discuss-the film Everything for Sale directed by Andrzej Wajda. After the discussion Wajda gives his reactions to some of the comments made.
Somewhere in the audience:
Melvyn Bragg , Miriam Brickman Thorold Dickinson , John Huntley Colin McArthur , Philip Strick
Referee, Paddy Feeny
Interviewer, Boleslaw Taborskl
Research, Martin Hoyle
Production assistant, Robin Drake
Produced by JOHN KING
Late-Night Line-Up's Saturday diversion which this week features
The Love Affair and Phillip Goodhand-Tait
Production, STEVE TURNER
In tonight's programme The Love Affair will be performing their latest hit single, 'Bring on back the good times.'
Rulers of the Sea starring
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS Jr.
MARGARET LOCKWOOD , WILL FYFFB with Montagu Love
Story and screenplay by TALBOT JENNINGS , FRANK CAVETT. and RICHARD COLLINS
Produced and directed by Frank Lloyd Jr
The exciting story of a group of Scottish sailors and engineers who piloted the first ocean-going steamer across the Atlantic.
Captain James Oliver: