The final day of the Conference in Brighton. Commentators ROBIN DAY , ALAN WATSON at 11.15 am* The Rt Hon Edward Heath MP
Leader of the Conservative Party
Outside broadcast director
Editor ANTHONY SMITH
starring Rock Hudson
A young lieutenant is assigned to guide a cavalry detachment through treacherous Florida swampland in a ruthless attempt to rout the Seminole Indians from their traditional home.
Produced by HOWARD CHRISTIE Directed by BUDD BOETTICHER
Lt Lance Caldwell:
Storing vegetables for the winter Percy Thrower pays his first autumn visit to Clacks Farm in Worcestershire
Produced by BILL DUNCALF
Directed by JOHN CLARKE
Rugby: introduced by CLIFF MORGAN
Glasgow Academicals v
Glasgow High School F.P. from New Anniesland
The Academicals club was founded in 1866 and has produced four of Scotland's outstanding backs in Waddell, Nelson, Dykes, and Simmers. High School F.P. club, founded in 1884, has famous names like Bannerman (37 caps), Wilson Shaw , Docherty, and ' Hamish' Kemp to its credit.
Today's match should provide an interesting game of good ' open ' rugby between two famous Glasgow clubs.
Commentator BILL MCLAREN
TV presentation by BILL MALCOLM Series producer ALAN MOUNCER
Piccadilly World Match-Play Championship: This afternoon at Wentworth one of the eight finest golfers in the world won one of the most coveted titles.
The highlights of how he did it and who he beat over one of the hardest inland courses in Britain introduced by HARRY CARPENTER
The story of the Moors in Spain
The high tide of Islam burst into Spain in AD 711 and the Moors were to be the dominating power there for 800 years.
Tonight MICHAEL ADAMS tells the story of this Muslim civilisation in Andalusia.
Cordova and Seville were once immense Arab cities, but it was in Granada that the last great flowering took place. On the hill above the city with its countless fountains and marble courts stands the Palace of the Alhambra, perhaps the most lovely Arab building in the world. It was only after 250 years of lonely resistance that it fell to Ferdinand and Isabella and the Reconquista was complete.
Film cameraman ALAN JONAS
Producer KENNETH SHEPHEARD Executive producer PAUL JOHNSTONE
with his guests
Bianca Maria Corbella Yole Marinelli
Amici del Vento
Orchestra directed by KENNY CLAYTON
Script DAVID GUMMING
Lighting TOM MONCRIEFF Sound LEN SHOREY
Design GLORIA CLAYTON
Production STEWART MORRIS
by DONALD WILSON
A serial in thirteen parts starring John Neville
Susan Hampshire James Villiers and John Standing
John and Sarah have married. Lord Shaftesbury has threatened Charles with rebellion. To appease his Protestant Parliament, Charles has arranged a marriage between Mary and the Prince of Orange
Part 3 : Plot Counter-Plot
Cast in order of appearance
Lighting RITCHIE RICHARDSON Costumes JOAN ELLACOTT
Designer SPENCER CHAPMAN Produced by DONALD WILSON Directed by DAVID GILES
(Daniel Thorndike is in 'The Canterbury Tales ' at the Phoenix Theatre, London)
Duke of York:
Earl of Danby:
Duke of Monmouth:
Prince of Orange:
Speaker of the House:
The weekly arts magazine presented by James Mossman
' Breaking the Silence'
Outraged by American racial inequality, English journalist W. J. Weatherby went to live in New York to think and write like a black man. His new play of a white, English reporter, living among Negroes, which dramatises the experience opens at the Liverpool Playhouse on 14 October. Review shows extracts and meets the author.
Britain's leading playwrights come to the Review studios to assess the state of the theatre and the direction in which it is going.
Directed by ALAN YENTOB
Studio director TONY STAVEACRE Producers DARROL BLAKE
CHRISTOPHER MARTIN , PETER ADAM Editor JAMES MOSSMAN
with Patrick Moore who takes a personal look back at television programmes and issues of the past seven days.
"I like the News and Panorama, because they keep me in touch. I like plays that aren't kitchen sink. I don't like war films and I don't like quizzes one little bit. But the best thing I've seen on television were those incredible pictures from the surface of the Moon..."
James Robertson Justice with Albert Lieven , Adrian Hoven
A German spy crosses 1,500 miles of uncharted desert to reach Cairo from behind the British lines. If his mission had been successful, Rommel might have won the Battle of Alamein. Foxhole in Cairo tells the true story of this daring act of German espionage
Screenplay by LEONARD MOSLEY and DONALD TAYLOR based on the book The Cat and the Mice by LEONARD MOSLEY
Directed by JOHN MOXEY
Produced by STEVEN PALLOS and DONALD TAYLOR
Rommel, the end of the story: pages 60-63