starring Richard Basehart
Simone Simon , George Baker
The last day of filming is over-another feature film is ' in the can.' But when the last day's shooting is lost on the way to be processed an assistant director has just 24 hours to reassemble the cast.
Produced by E. M. SMEDLEY ASTON
Written and directed by WILLIAM FAIRCHILD
E. M. Smedley
Sir George Howard:
with Percy Thrower from Grayswood Hill, Surrey
Grayswood Hill is famous for one of the finest collections of trees and shrubs in the south of England. Ericas and miniature conifers are also a feature.
Produced and directed by bill SUNCALF
(from BBC Midlands)
Introduced by CLIFF MORGAN Devon v Somerset at the Recreation Ground, Torquay Devon, a county too long in the doldrums of rugby, have this year adopted a positive coaching policy and today's side will be chosen from an initially selected squad of 35 players. Their game is based on fast, open rugby and built round a light but mobile pack. A win today against a strong Somerset side could give them the confidence in their endeavour to eclipse their more re-_ nowned Cornish neighbours in the South-Western Division of the Championship.
Directed by bill TAYLOR
Series producer ALAN MOUNCER
In 1922 Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon came upon one of the most spectacular of all archaeological discoveries, the almost untouched tomb of an ancient Egyptian pharaoh. After four years' intensive work the treasure was removed to the National Museum in Cairo, but the mummy of the pharaoh was resealed in its coffin in the tomb.
Now, for the first time since 1926, the coffin has been reopened so that a scientific X-ray study of the mummy could be made by a team led by Professor R. G. Harrison of the Department of Human Anatomy, Liverpool University.
The whole of the reopening, the X-ray process, and the interpretation of the results was filmed, to add yet another chapter to the extraordinary story of the young king who was buried some 3,300 years ago in mysterious circumstances in the Valley of Kings in Egypt.
Narrated by ROBERT HARDY Produced by PAUL JOHNSTONE
(Tutankhamen in colour: page 7)
Professor R. G.
The Oscar Peterson Trio SAM JONES (bass)
BOBBY DURHAM (drums)
The Robert Farnon Orchestra Leader ALEC FIRMAN play the music of OSCAR PETERSON and ROBERT FARNON and the arrangements of CLAUS OGERMANN and NELSON RIDDLE It is not generally known that Oscar Peterson is a Canadian, or that also he has a very high regard for the music of another
Canadian, Robert Farnon. Tonight these two giants of music meet for the first time in a television studio to pay mutual respect to each other's talent.
Oscar Peterson and Robert Farnon have selected a varied programme, ranging from familiar standards and recent popular music to a world premiere performance of a work by Farnon specially written for Oscar Peter son, featuring the trio and a 51-piece orchestra.
Introductions ALAN DELL
Blues For Big Scotia: Sunny: Wave Sleepin' Bee; Let's Fall In Love By The Time I Get To Phoenix Some Day My Prince Will Come
Sally's Tomato: Laurentide Waltz The Pleasure Of Your Company
Musical associates DENNIS WILSON TED BRENNAN , l.ES WILLIAMS Sound LEN SHOREY
Lighting KEN MACGREGOR Design MARTIN COLLINS
Production TERRY HENEBERY
(The Oscar Peterson Trio appear by arrangement with Harold Davison )
by DONALD WILSON starring
John Neville , Susan Hampshire James Villiers , Margaret Tyzack and John Standing
Charles has been forced to send James into exile and to dissolve his factious parliament at Oxford. The Princess Anne has married George, Prince of Denmark, and has chosen Sarah to be one of her Ladies of the Bedchamber.
Part 5: Rebellion
Film cameraman JOHN MCGLASHAN Film editor ALISTAIR MACKAY Designer SPENCER CHAPMAN
Produced by DONALD WILSON Directed by DAVID GILES
George of Denmark:
Earl of Feversham:
Duke of York:
Prince of Orange:
Duke of Monmouth:
Sir Winston Churchill:
Colonel Kirke ,:
The weekly arts magazine presented by James Mossman
Renaissance: A new pop group, but with a difference. Renaissance is made up of people from older, first generation groups, who joined forces, they say, so as to make their money in greater personal freedom. The result is some splendid music.
Poet at Work: Britain's most illustrious poet, W. H. Auden , comes to the Review studio to read from his latest work.
Eighty Years On: Novelist and playwright Enid Bagnold , who talks to James Mossman , broke the taboo of upperclass Edwardian England. Today at 80 she is still as free in her mind as many of those who might think they have left her behind.
Production team TERENCE DIXON TONY STAVEACRE
Producers DARROL BLAKE
CHRISTOPHER MARTIN , PETER ADAM Editor JAMES MOSSMAN
Gwyn Thomas , writer and broadcaster, takes a personal look at TV programmes and issues of the past seven days
Editor ROWAN AYER3
starring John Mills with Charles Coburn , Barbara Bates Derek Farr , Alec McCowen
Apolice superintendent encounters a wall of silence when he starts investigations into the murder of a beautiful blonde.
Screenplay by KEN HUGHES and ROBERT WESTERBY
Directed by JOHN GUILLERMIN Produced by MAXWELL SOTTON
Supt Mike Halloran: