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: Saturday Cinema Something Money Can't Buy

starring
Patricia Roc , Anthony Steel Moira Lister , A. E. Matthews
Anthony Steel is teamed with Patricia Roc in this story about a demobilised army officer and his young wife who face many problems as they try to settle down in ' civvy street.'
A. E. Matthews can be seen in the role of an eccentric member of the English aristocracy whose daughter (Moira Lister) is ' the other woman' in the story.
Story and screenplay by PAT JACKSON and JAMES LANSDALE HODSON Produced by JOSEPH JANNI Directed by PAT JACKSON

Contributors

Unknown: Patricia Roc
Unknown: Anthony Steel
Unknown: Moira Lister
Unknown: A. E. Matthews
Unknown: Anthony Steel
Unknown: Patricia Roc
Unknown: A. E. Matthews
Unknown: Pat Jackson
Unknown: James Lansdale Hodson
Produced By: Joseph Janni
Directed By: Pat Jackson
Anne Wilding: Patricia Roc
Harry Wilding: Anthony Steel
Diana Haverstock: Moira Lister
Lord Haverstock: A E Matthews
Buster: David Hutcheson
Willy: Michael Trubshawe

: Closedown

: The News and Sport

and Weather

: Gardeners' World

from Clacks Farm, Worcestershire
Garden Construction
Percy Thrower , with the assistance Of ARTHUR BILLITT , shows how to make an inexpensive pool with crazy paving surround.
Next week, to set off the pool, Percy and Arthur make a rockery and plant it with conifers and alpines.
Produced and directed by BILL DUNCALF
(from BBC Midlands)

Contributors

Unknown: Percy Thrower
Unknown: Arthur Billitt
Directed By: Bill Duncalf

: Rugby Special

Introduced by CLIFF MORGAN The South African Tour of the British Isles 1969/70
Scotland v South Africa
The first full international of the season and the first full international for the Sixth Springboks. After their indifferent form at the beginning of the current Tour they will be anxious to re-establish their previous high standing in world Rugby.
Commentator at Murrayfield BILL MCLAREN
Producer alan MOUNCER

Contributors

Introduced By: Cliff Morgan

: Cameron Country

Back to
Bikini
Tonight's programme in James Cameron 's own series of documentary films
On a lonely Pacific atoll in the summer of 1946 James Cameron witnessed the Bikini atomic tests. Now, 23 years and 37 atom blasts later, he finds himself on the island again.
' Bikini was going to clear up a mystery. They were going to do in cold blood the same as they'd done in spite and malice to the Japanese. And we were going to discover what happens when you explode atom bombs on top of and underneath a battle fleet.'
Produced and directed by RICHARD MARQUAND
(Why James Cameron wanted to go back to Bikini: page 6)

Contributors

Unknown: James Cameron
Unknown: James Cameron
Directed By: Richard Marquand
Unknown: James Cameron

: The Ice Show

Introduced by Ray Alan featuring
Jacqueline Harbord , Reg Park Special guest artists
Bernard Ford and Diane Towler Mark and Paula
THE ICE SHOW SKATERS
Production routines staged by REG PARK Script by CHARLES HART and PETER BISHOP THE FRED TOMLINSON SINGERS
Musical director MALCOLM LOCKYER Design KENNETH SHARP
Presented in association with Gerald Palmer and theTom Arnold Organisation Produced by TERRY HUCHES

Contributors

Introduced By: Ray Alan
Unknown: Jacqueline Harbord
Unknown: Diane Towler
Unknown: Reg Park
Script By: Charles Hart
Script By: Peter Bishop
Director: Malcolm Lockyer
Design: Kenneth Sharp
Produced By: Terry Huches

: Review

The weekly arts magazine presented by James Mossman
A Future for Fiction?: Publishing is big business. Every year more and more books are fighting for sales. In 10 years the trade has increased by a third. But fiction sales have slumped behind.
Review asks why. Have the publishers given up too easily? Are authors out of touch? In a changing world do people want to read novels any more?
Devised by TIM JEAL
Directed by CHRISTOPHER MARTIN
The Elizabethan Image: Portraits of any age reveal something of the sitters' own moods and attitudes. To a selection of paintings from the current exhibition at the Tate Gallery in London - a unique collection of paintings from Elizabeth I to James I - Dr Roy Strong has added another dimension : the comments of the Elizabethans themselves.
Directed by ANNE JAMES
Producers DARROL BLAKE
Christopher MARTIN. PETER ADAM Editor JAMES MOSSMAN

Contributors

Presented By: James Mossman
Directed By: Christopher Martin
Unknown: Dr Roy Strong
Directed By: Anne James
Producers: Darrol Blake
Unknown: Christopher Martin.
Unknown: Peter Adam
Editor: James Mossman

: The First Churchills

by DONALD WILSON starring
John Neville , Susan Hampshire
Margaret Tyzack , Richard Pearson and John Standing
To save the Holy Roman Empire from French invasion Marlborough led his allied troops into Germany and defeated the French at the Battle of Blenheim.
Part 11: Breaking the Circle
Lighting RITCHIE RICHARDSON Costumes by JOAN ELLACOTT Designer SPENCER CHAPMAN Produced by DONALD WILSON Directed by DAVID GILES

Contributors

Unknown: Donald Wilson
Unknown: John Neville
Unknown: Susan Hampshire
Unknown: Margaret Tyzack
Unknown: Richard Pearson
Unknown: Ritchie Richardson
Costumes By: Joan Ellacott
Designer: Spencer Chapman
Produced By: Donald Wilson
Directed By: David Giles
Duchess of Marlborough: Susan Hampshire
Queen Anne: Margaret Tyzack
Robert Harley: Richard Pearson
Henry St John: Michael Attwell
Wratislaw: Kenneth Ives
Duke of Marlborough: John Neville
Cardonnel: William Job
Cadogan: Bernard Taylor
Heinsius: David King
Charles Churchill: Michael Culver
Louis XIV: Robert Robinson
D'AvaUX: Roger Hammond
Abigail Hill: Jill Balcon
Francis Godolphin: Richard Warwick
Vanbrugh: John Carlin
Henrietta Godolphin: Polly Adams
Sunderland: Robert Mill
Somers: Charles West
Sidney Godolphin: John Standing
Anne Sunderland: Yvonne Antrobus
Samuel Masham: Gordon Whiting
George of Denmark: Roger Mutton
Shrewsbury: Job Stewart
Prince Eugene: John Saunders

: Line-Up: The Week

Clive Jenkins , trade union leader, takes a personal look back at TV programmes and issues of the past seven days
Editor ROWAN AYERS

Contributors

Unknown: Clive Jenkins
Editor: Rowan Ayers

: News Summary

: Midnight Movie Town on Trial

starring John Mills with Charles Coburn , Barbara Bates Derek Farr , Alec McCowen
A police superintendent encounters a wall of silence when he starts investigations into the murder of a beautiful blonde.
Filmed at an exclusive Surrey country club, Town on Trial portrays the attitudes of four distinct strata of commuter-belt life.
Screenplay by KEN HUGHES and ROBERT WESTERBY
Directed by JOHN GUILLERMIN Produced by MAXWELL SOTTON

Contributors

Unknown: John Mills
Unknown: Charles Coburn
Unknown: Barbara Bates
Unknown: Derek Farr
Unknown: Alec McCowen
Unknown: Ken Hughes
Unknown: Robert Westerby
Directed By: John Guillermin
Produced By: Maxwell Sotton
Supt Mike Halloran: John Mills
Dr Fenner: Charles Coburn
Elizabeth Fenner: Barbara Bates
Mark Roper: Derek Farr
Peter CrowIey: Alec McCowen
Fiona Dixon: Elizabeth Seal








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