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"I am as free as nature first made man
'Ere the base laws of servitude began,
When wild in woods the Noble Savage ran"
Since the great European discoveries began 500 years ago, the Primitive peoples of the world have found themselves in collision with the white man. Tonight's documentary tells the romantic and then tragic tale of this collision in South America and Australia, with the camera penetrating deep into the jungles of the Amazon and Arnhemland
with Claude Levi-Strauss, Francis Huxley, David Attenborough and Jean Liedloff
Leopold Stokowski conducts the London Philharmonic Orchestra leader Rodney Friend
A rare chance to see the veteran maestro, now in his 80s, conducting two classical symphonies: Beethoven's Fifth and Schubert's 'Unfinished'
Introduced by Bernard Keeffe
(Part of a public concert recorded in Fairfield Halls, Croydon)
The London Philharmonic
What's it like to be a pop star? The idea conjures up images of fast cars, large houses, smooth suits, girls, adulation and money. But what really happens?
This new series of A Year in the Life kicks off with a close look at the fortunes of a pop group. In June 1968 they were on the brink of fame and fortune, in the next 12 months anything could happen. The film is not a pop show but an account of attitudes; of dashed hopes and optimism as the group are hustled through the multi-million-pound industry of Pop
Can they through the year realise the promise? Can they become the 'Big Deal Group'?
His triple success story: p 6
starring Terry Scott
with June Whitfield, Peter Butterworth
Barbara Evans, Patricia Mason, Robert Robertson, Pipe Major Iain MacDonald-Murray, Joe Bygraves, The Jo Cook Dancers, The George Mitchell Singers.
Pipe Major Iain
The Jo Cook
The George Mitchell
by Robin Smyth
"No one says you'll grass, mate. Johnnie don't think that..." So why has Charlie brought Boysie to this plot of waste ground? Is playing gangsters a game that is ended? Is this now the real thing?
Philip Jenkinson talks to Dennis Hopper, director and co-star of Easy Rider which won for him the Most Promising Director award at this year's Cannes Film Festival