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: Saturday Cinema: Phffft!

starring
Judy Holliday , Jack Lemmon Jack Carson , Kim Novak
A couple's endless bickering leads to divorce - and the beginning of a new romance.
A chance to see the late Judy Holliday at her zany best, ably supported by Jack Lemmon who started his screen career opposite Judy in It Should Happen to You.
Screenplay by GEORGE AXELROD Directed by MARK ROBSON
Produced by FRED KOHLMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Judy Holliday
Unknown: Jack Lemmon
Unknown: Jack Carson
Unknown: Kim Novak
Unknown: Judy Holliday
Unknown: Jack Lemmon
Unknown: George Axelrod
Directed By: Mark Robson
Produced By: Fred Kohlman
Nina Tracy: Judy Holliday
Robert Tracy: Jack Lemmon
Charlie Nelson: Jack Carson
Janis: Kim Novak
Mrs Chapman: Luella Gear
Dr Van Kessel: Donald Randolph

: Closedown

: Westminster

A review of the political week
David Holmes recalls the highlights in the Houses of Parliament and reports on the part played by government in the lives of us all.
Editor JOHN DANVERS

Contributors

Unknown: David Holmes

: Gardeners' World

Madeira: summer 1969
4: From Quinta do Palheiro
In his second visit to these famous gardens Percy Thrower chooses the following plants:
Camellia; Eucalyptus; Cineraria maritima; Strelitzia reginae (Bird of Paradise Flower); Datura (Trumpet Flower); Cobaea scan-dens; Bomarea (Climbing Lily); Sprekelia; Callistemon (Australian Bottle Brush Tree); Brunfelsia (Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow); Iresine.
Produced and directed by BILL DUNCALF (from BBC Midlands)

Contributors

Unknown: Percy Thrower
Directed By: Bill Duncalf

: Rugby Special

Wales v South Africa Colour Commentator bill MCLAREN France v Ireland
Commentator CLIFF MORGAN
For the Sixth Springboks today's match against Wales at Cardiff Arms Park is their last International before they return home. Already beaten by Scotland and England, and with the dramatic draw by Ireland still a painful memory, they will be more than keen to avenge the name of South African Rugby football with a victory over the current holders of the Triple Crown and the International Championship.
For France - after their exciting win against Scotland at Murray-field a fortnight ago-today's fixture offers the opportunity of consolidating their determined bid for International honours.
Series producer ALAN MOUNCER

Contributors

Producer: Alan Mouncer

: One Pair of Eyes

Happiness is Wheel-Shaped says Tom Wolfe in tonight's programme in this series of highly personal films.
Cars have always been dream symbols for the working American. But today it is not the mass-produced model from Detroit which dominates the lives of thousands of Californians but their own customised, sculpted machine-be it car, motorcycle, or even tricycle. In his One Pair of Eyes, the American writer TOM WOLFE explores some of the cults of the internal combustion engine which are currently obsessing Californians of all classes.
Executive producer
ANTHONY DE LOTBINIERE
Directed by CHARLES DENTON
(A new kind of Utopia: pages 48-49)

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Wolfe
Unknown: Tom Wolfe
Directed By: Charles Denton

: The Young Generation

HEATHER BECKERS
MARIE BETTS
ANN CHAPMAN
CATHERINE COLLINS
JACKIE DALTON
DENISE FONE
LYNDA HERBERT JANE HERBERT
CAROLINE HEYWOOD
LINDA JOLLIFF LESLEY JUDD
KAY KORDA
LINDA LAWRENCE
SANDY PENSON
WEI WEI WONG
BOBBY BANNERMAN
IAIN BURTON
CHRIS COOPER
ROGER FINCH
RICHARD COUGH
PAUL GUESS
HARRY IIIGHAM
ROGER HOWLETT
NIGEL LYTHGOE
COLIN PILDITCH
JEREMY ROBINSON
BRIAN ROGERS
DONALD TORR
KENNETH WARWICK
TREVOR WILLIS
Choreography bv DOUGLAS SQUIRES starring Lulu Vince Hill
Kenny Rogers and The First Edition
ALYN AINSWORTH and his Orchestra Musical arrangements ALAN ROPER
Script MIKE CRAIG and LAWRIE KINSLEY Costumes LINDA MARTIN Lighting KEN MACGREGOR Sound HUGH MARKER
Design ROGER LIMINTON
Production STEWART MORRIS

Contributors

Unknown: Heather Beckers
Unknown: Marie Betts
Unknown: Ann Chapman
Unknown: Catherine Collins
Unknown: Jackie Dalton
Unknown: Denise Fone
Unknown: Lynda Herbert
Unknown: Jane Herbert
Unknown: Caroline Heywood
Unknown: Linda Jolliff
Unknown: Lesley Judd
Unknown: Kay Korda
Unknown: Linda Lawrence
Unknown: Sandy Penson
Unknown: Wei Wei Wong
Unknown: Bobby Bannerman
Unknown: Iain Burton
Unknown: Chris Cooper
Unknown: Roger Finch
Unknown: Harry Iiigham
Unknown: Roger Howlett
Unknown: Nigel Lythgoe
Unknown: Colin Pilditch
Unknown: Jeremy Robinson
Unknown: Brian Rogers
Unknown: Donald Torr
Unknown: Kenneth Warwick
Unknown: Trevor Willis
Unknown: Vince Hill
Unknown: Kenny Rogers
Unknown: Alan Roper
Script: Mike Craig
Script: Lawrie Kinsley
Design: Roger Liminton
Unknown: Stewart Morris

: Review

The weekly arts magazine presented by James Mossman
Obscenity and the Law: Swinging Britain may be seen as a permissive paradise from outside, but in fact obscenity laws are many and complex. Recently customs and police seizures have increased.
Tonight Review asks whether each man should be the sole judge of what is sexually good for him or whether authority should tell us what we should see or read - including run-of-the-mill pornography.
Among those appearing: Lord Soper, John Calder Dr John Robinson
Production by TIM JEAL
The Scaffold turn their satirical scrutiny on to the permissive society and predict that in 1975 four-letter words and censorship are still major talking points in the arts - but in a way far different from today...
Production by TERENCE DIXON
Studio director DAVID CHESHIRE
Producers DARROL BLAKE
CHRISTOPHER MARTIN. PETER ADAM Editor JAMES MOSSMAN

Contributors

Presented By: James Mossman
Unknown: John Calder
Unknown: Dr John Robinson
Production By: Tim Jeal
Production By: Terence Dixon
Director: David Cheshire
Producers: Darrol Blake
Unknown: Christopher Martin.
Unknown: Peter Adam
Editor: James Mossman

: Thirty-Minute Theatre

Reparation by ROBERT LAMB
A Jewish couple wait for a German Appeal Court to hear their claim for compensation for their suffering and loss of property at the hands of the Nazis. To them the case is straightforward and just, until an official raises certain doubts ...
Script editor DEREK HODDINOT Designer TIM HARVEY Producer INNES LLOYD
Directed by RODNEY BENNETT t.

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Lamb
Editor: Derek Hoddinot
Designer: Tim Harvey
Producer: Innes Lloyd
Directed By: Rodney Bennett
as Hans: With Sydney Tafler
as Liesel: Irene Prador
as Schweiler: John Woodvine

: News Summary

: Line-Up's Disco 2

Pop about music
Introduced by Tommy Vance featuring Chicken Shack
Matthew's Southern Comfort with the best of the rest in pop
Design ANNA RIDLEY
Production GRANVILLE JENKINS
Executive producer ROWAN AYERS

Contributors

Introduced By: Tommy Vance
Producer: Rowan Ayers

: Midnight Movie: A Certain Smile

starring Rossano Brazzi, Joan Fontaine, Bradford Dillman
An adaptation of Françoise Sagan's novel about a young Parisian girl torn between her love for a fellow student and her infatuation with his wealthy married uncle.

Contributors

Screenplay: Frances Goodrich
Screenplay: Albert Hackett
Director: Jean Negulesco
Producer: Henry Ephron
Luc: Rossano Brazzi
Françoise: Joan Fontaine
Bertrand: Bradford Dillman
Dominique: Christine Carere
M Vallon: Eduard Franz
Mme Griot: Kathryn Givney








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