starring Dale Robertson, Virginia Mayo, Stephen McNally.
An exciting Western with Dale Robertson, popular star of TV's "The Iron Horse", as a former US marshal jailed following a shooting incident. He finds himself imprisoned with an old enemy who he brought to justice.
Percy Thrower, in the gardens of Hodnet Hall, Shropshire, demonstrates the transplanting of a rhododendron and the planting of polyanthus
(from BBC Midlands)
Introduced by Cliff Morgan
Last summer Wales, Triple Crown and International Champions, toured New Zealand and Australia. In the first Test against the All Blacks, the pride of Wales were smashed on the quagmire of Lancaster Park, Christchurch. The second meeting produced New Zealand's 100th Test win and a record for Fergie McCormick by kicking 24 points in one match
Tonight's programme features highlights from the tour of New Zealand and Australia
A film to mark the 300th anniversary of the painter's death narrated by James Mason
The facts of Rembrandt's life are known, when he lived and where. Beyond this almost everything is conjecture. It is only through his work that we can discover the personality of one of the greatest artists of all time.
This documentary was produced by National Educational Television, New York, in association with the National Gallery of Art, Washington, and the script adviser was Dr Seymour Slive, the leading world authority on Rembrandt. The film, made largely in Holland, incorporates over 600 of Rembrandt's paintings, drawings, and etchings
Written and produced by R. F. Siemanowski
A NET production
The Netherlands entry, one of this year's outstanding programmes, is a spontaneous selection of songs with highly visual accompaniment also featuring Ramses Shaffy
Produced and directed for NTS by:
with Nicholas Tomalin who takes a personal look back at television programmes and issues of the past seven days
by Donald Wilson
A serial in thirteen parts starring John Neville, Susan Hampshire, James Villiers and John Standing
In 1675 a masque was performed at the Court of Charles II at Whitehall; and there the young soldier John Churchill, Groom of the Bedchamber to the King's brother, fell in love with a pretty lady-in-waiting, Sarah Jennings
(Repeated Friday, 8.25 pm)
Earl of Danby:
Earl of Shaftesbury:
Duke of Buckingham:
Duke of Monmouth:
James, Duke of York:
Duchess of York:
Duchess of Cleveland:
William, Prince of Orange:
The weekly arts magazine presented by James Mossman
Advertising: Millions are spent on it, but few people realise what talent and energy is behind that instant persuader, the TV commercial - the subject of an international congress in London. The talent involved in persuading you to buy coffee, insecticides, or politicians is examined in this film directed by Darrol Blake
Vladimir Nabokov: This week his new novel Ada comes out. It is a magnificent fantasy which explores the prison of time and lays it with traps in which to snare the unwary reader. Interviewing Vladimir Nabokov, as James Mossman found, is not only to be invigorated but also to be pleasantly sent up
Presenter/interviewer (Vladimir Nabokov)/editor:
starring Kirk Douglas
As more of the grasslands become fenced off, cowboys like Dempsey Rae must keep on the move towards the open range and away from the hated barbed wire.