Starring Doris Day, Gene Nelson
A young musical-comedy actress, returning unexpectedly to America after many years in Europe, finds that the domestic scene has changed dramatically.
David Holmes reviews week-by-week the moves made by the politicians and examines the part played by government in the lives of us all.
It is six years since the Fijians were in Wales to play in one of the most spectacular matches ever seen at Cardiff Arms Park National Rugby Stadium. Fifty points were scored on that occasion, and a total of 42 points was scored when these two countries met in Suva during the Welsh tour of Australasia in 1969. Today's match is a fitting farewell to the Fijians at the end of their 14-match tour.
Written and introduced by Bernard Keeffe
Moving slowly across the windless bay the black steamships broke in upon the enclosed and mysterious Empire of Japan. The year was 1853 and for over two centuries the country had forcibly shut out the Western World. Commodore Perry's fleet - itself a miracle since the Japanese had never before seen steamships - shattered this long seclusion.
In the sites of ancient Japan where the events took place and using the extraordinarily vivid accounts which each side gave of the other, Bernard Keeffe tells the story of these first dramatic encounters.
For the Japanese the 'Coming of the Black Ships' set in motion a series of events which were to lead ultimately to Pearl Harbour, to Hiroshima, and to Japan's present position in the world.
Starring Sandie Shaw, Donald Jackson, Frank Ifield
featuring Hamilton Brown, Mark and Paula
with Reg Park, Jacqueline Harbord, Corps de Ballet
The Mike Sammes Singers
Programme presented in association with Gerald Palmer and the Tom Arnold Organisation.
Recorded at Pontin's Holiday Village, Camber Sands
(A BBCtv/SFB co-production)
The Mike Sammes
by Jean-Paul Sartre
A second chance to see this dramatisation in 13 parts by David Turner
Starring Michael Bryant, Daniel Massey, Georgia Brown
Daniel has proposed to Marcelle and told Mathieu who, because of Daniel's homosexuality, has tried to dissuade Marcelle - but failed. Meanwhile European events move towards a crisis, and towards Munich.
(Part 8: tomorrow, 9.50 pm)
Introduced by Pete Drummond
featuring Curved Air, a new five piece group; Fleetwood Mac, now joined by Christine McVie; and, on film from the States, Curtis Mayfield. Together with a visual dip into the new releases.
Singer (Fleetwood Mac):
Starring Melina Mercouri, Anthony Perkins, Raf Vallone
Jules Dassin and Melina Mercouri repeat the success of "Never on Sunday" in this moving story based on Euripides' tragedy about a beautiful woman who falls in love with her stepson - played by Anthony Perkins.
(This Week's Films: page 11)
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