A duel of words and wit between
Terence Brady Ted Moult and Geoffrey Wheeler Wendy Hall Nina
Referee Robert Robinson
Call My Bluff devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN Directed by MICHAEL GOODWIN Produced by T. LESLIE JACKSON
This week's film in a series of outstanding film dramas stars Ricardo Montalban Joanne Dru and Lola Albright
Private detective Adam Steele sets out to track down a murderer - and is caught up in a nightmare world of intrigue, mystery-and death.
Written bv TONY BARRETT
Directed by MICHAEL RITCHIE Produced by GORDON OLIVER
The international singing star from Greece in the fifth of a new series of programmes
Also featuring The Athenians and with her special guests The Swingle Singers.
Named after their founder and musical director Ward Swingle, The Swingle Singers were pioneers in the field of 'swinging' Bach. Since then, they have broadened their repertoire to include Spanish and early-American folk music.
Orchestra directed by:
Each Thursday one of the Line-Up team makes a personal choice. Tonight: TONY biliiow talks to Simon Raven , novelist and dramatist. whose most recently published novel is Places Where They Sing
Editor ROWAN AYERS
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