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: Saturday Cinema Magnificent Obsession

starring
Rock Hudson ,
Jane Wyman Hollywood 's second film version of the famous novel by Lloyd C. Douglas-the story of a love so powerful it could defy time and death itself. Produced in 1954 by Universal-International, Magnificent Obsession is the type of romantic film Hollywood does so well.
Screenplay by ROBERT BLEES Produced by ROSS HUNTER Directed by DOUGLAS SIRK sirk

Contributors

Unknown: Rock Hudson
Unknown: Jane Wyman Hollywood
Play By: Robert Blees
Produced By: Ross Hunter
Directed By: Douglas Sirk
Helen Phillips: Jane Wyman
Bob Merrick: Rock Hudson
Joyce Phillips: Barbara Rush
Nancy Ashford: Agnes Moorehead
Randolph: Otto Kruger
Tom Masterson: Gregg Palmer

: Closedown

: Gardeners' World

Plants from Madeira: summer 1969 13: At his home in Shropshire Percy Thrower shows how to grow: Begonia; Anthurium; Arum Lily; Beloperone (Shrimp Plant); Cymbidium Orchid; Thunbergia (Black-eyed Susan); Ficus elastica variegata (Rubber Plant).
Produced and directed by BILL DUNCALF (from BBC Midlands)

Contributors

Directed By: Bill Duncalf

: Rugby and Boat Race Special

Introduced by CLIFF MORGAN
Rugby: Heriot's FP v Stewart's FP The former pupils of two of Edinburgh's foremost schools meet today in a ' local derby' at Goldenacre. In their first meeting this season Stewart's won 20-13. Commentator BILL MCLAREN Directed by BILL TAYLOR
Series producer ALAN MOUNCER
Oxford v Cambridge: highlights of the 116th University Boat Race Commentator DESMOND HILL TV presentation by JOHN VERNON and PHILIP S. GILBERT

Contributors

Introduced By: Cliff Morgan
Commentator: Bill McLaren
Directed By: Bill Taylor
Unknown: John Vernon
Unknown: Philip S. Gilbert

: The Philpott File

A series of film reports by Trevor Philpott THE FILE ON Help
The gulf between the living standards of the ' have ' nations and the ' have-nots ' grows wider every year. Every advanced nation in the world, capitalist and communist, is committed to a programme of aid to the under-developed countries. Some give to increase political power, some to make private profit, some to ease their consciences. But for all of them it's a kind of insurance payment on the future.
Tunisia, on the North coast of Africa, receives more aid per person than any other country in the world. It has become the testing ground for all kinds of aid programmes and development schemes. What is happening there? What are the achievements and the failures? Is there hope of a prosperous future? For if international help fails in Tunisia there is little hope of it succeeding anywhere.
Produced by PETER ROBINSON

Contributors

Unknown: Trevor Philpott
Produced By: Peter Robinson

: The Young Generation

HEATHER BECKERS BOBBY BANNERMAN MARIE BETTS IAIN BURTON ANN CHAPMAN CHRIS COOPER CATHERINE COLLINS ROGER FINCH
JACKIE DALTON
DENISE FONE
LYNDA HERBERT
JANE HERBERT
CAROLYN HEYWOOD
LINDA JOLLIFF
LESLEY JUDD
KAY KORDA
LINDA LAWRENCE
SANDY PENSON WET WEI WONG
RICHARD GOUGH PAUL GUESS
HARRY HIGHAM ROGER HOWLETT NIGEL LYTHGOE COLIN PILDITCH
JEREMY ROBINSON BRIAN ROGERS DONALD TORR
KENNETH WARWICK TREVOR WILLIS
Choreography by DOUGLAS SQUIRES starring
Rod McKuen , Caterina Valente and The Brotherhood of Man
ALYN AINSWORTH and his Orchestra Musical arrangements ALAN ROPER ALYN AINSWORTH
Script MIKE CRAIG and LAWRIE KINSLEY Costumes LINDA MARTIN Lighting KEN MACGREGOR Sound HUGH BARKER
Design GEOFFREY PATTERSON
Production STEWART MORRIS

Contributors

Unknown: Heather Beckers
Unknown: Bobby Bannerman
Unknown: Marie Betts
Unknown: Iain Burton
Unknown: Ann Chapman
Unknown: Chris Cooper
Unknown: Catherine Collins
Unknown: Roger Finch
Unknown: Jackie Dalton
Unknown: Denise Fone
Unknown: Lynda Herbert
Unknown: Jane Herbert
Unknown: Carolyn Heywood
Unknown: Linda Jolliff
Unknown: Lesley Judd
Unknown: Kay Korda
Unknown: Linda Lawrence
Unknown: Sandy Penson
Unknown: Wet Wei Wong
Unknown: Richard Gough
Unknown: Paul Guess
Unknown: Harry Higham
Unknown: Roger Howlett
Unknown: Nigel Lythgoe
Unknown: Colin Pilditch
Unknown: Jeremy Robinson
Unknown: Brian Rogers
Unknown: Donald Torr
Unknown: Kenneth Warwick
Unknown: Trevor Willis
Choreography By: Douglas Squires
Unknown: Rod McKuen
Unknown: Caterina Valente
Unknown: Alan Roper
Unknown: Alyn Ainsworth
Unknown: Mike Craig
Unknown: Lawrie Kinsley
Unknown: Linda Martin
Unknown: Ken MacGregor
Unknown: Hugh Barker
Unknown: Design Geoffrey Patterson
Unknown: Stewart Morris

: Review

The weekly arts magazine presented by James Mossman
Palladio and the English:
One of the world's greatest architects was the 16th-century Italian master Andrea Palladio. Review looks at his work at the Villa Maser, with frescoes by Veronese, music by Gabrieli, sculpture by Vittoria; then sees how his influence reached England 200 years later and transformed English architecture in the 18th century.
Directed by DAVID CHESHIRE
Revolution in Dockland:
Nicholas Taylor looks at an unusual plan to transform the defunct St Katharine's Dock into an exciting place for people to live by London's riverside.
Producers PETER ADAM
DARROL BLAKE , CHRISTOPHER MARTIN Editor JAMES MOSSMAN
Review is currently running a Music Competition. Details from [address removed]

Contributors

Presented By: James Mossman
Unknown: Andrea Palladio.
Directed By: David Cheshire
Unknown: Nicholas Taylor
Unknown: Peter Adam
Unknown: Darrol Blake
Unknown: Christopher Martin
Unknown: James Mossman

: Thirty-Minute Theatre

All My Own Army by LESLIE THOMAS
Leslie Thomas 's first television play since his film The Virgin Soldiers is a comedy set in the Drill Hall of a Territorial Army Unit. Here, one winter's night, a disillusioned officer sees his chance to make a personal gesture of protest against the Government. He puts into operation a plan of almost lunatic cunning and shattering simplicity.
Script editor DEREK HODDINOTT Film cameraman BRIAN TUFANO Film editor GEOFFREY BOTTERILL Producer INNES LLOYD
Directed by MICHAEL TUCHNER

Contributors

Unknown: Leslie Thomas
Unknown: Leslie Thomas
Unknown: Derek Hoddinott
Unknown: Brian Tufano
Unknown: Geoffrey Botterill
Unknown: Innes Lloyd
Directed By: Michael Tuchner
Capt Gambell: Michael Bates
Staff Sgt Hardy: Hubert Bees
Phineas M'Guffy: Paddy Joyce
Daniel de la Souza: John Garrie
' Wing Nut' Williams: Jack Shepherd

: News Summary

: Disco 2

Introduced by Tommy Vance featuring The Move and Yes with the best of the rest of pop
Design MONICA ASHLEY
Production GRANVILLE JENKINS
Executive producer ROWAN AYERS

Contributors

Introduced By: Tommy Vance
Unknown: Rowan Ayers

: Midnight Movie The Lusty Men

starring
Susan Hayward
Robert Mitchum , Arthur Kennedy with Arthur Hunnicutt
A tough and dramatic story of the loves and ambitions of three people caught up in the excitement and dangers of the professional rodeos.
Screenplay by HORACE MCCOY and DAVID DORTON
Directed by NICHOLAS RAY Produced by JERRY WALD

Contributors

Unknown: Susan Hayward
Unknown: Robert Mitchum
Unknown: Arthur Kennedy
Unknown: Arthur Hunnicutt
Unknown: Horace McCoy
Unknown: David Dorton
Directed By: Nicholas Ray
Produced By: Jerry Wald
Louise Merritt: Susan Hayward
Jeff Mccloud: Robert Mitchum
Wes Merritt: Arthur Kennedy
Booker Davis: Arthur Hunnicutt
Al Dawson: Frank Faylen
Buster Burgess: Walter Coy








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