starring Fred Astaire, Vera-Ellen with Marjorie Main, Keenan Wynn.
A rich playboy falls in love with the pretty young singer of a street mission band in the Gay 90s.
From the play by Hugh Morton.
Mrs Phineas Hill:
from Brisbane: second day
Peter West introduces recorded highlights of the day's play.
Presented by David Kenning and Bill Taylor in collaboration with the ABC
(By letter in 1879... by satellite in 1970: pages 6 and 7)
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.
Coached by Carwyn James, the 1971 Lions Assistant Manager, Llanelli is acknowledged as one of the most attractive sides in the country, but will need to find that extra flair to cope with Barry John and Gareth Edwards at half back for Cardiff.
Cliff Morgan, Cardiff's outside half for eight seasons, reports from Cardiff Arms Park.
A special edition of The Philpott File
An investigation into the human problems arising out of the large-scale demolition and redevelopment now taking place in the major cities of Britain by Trevor Philpott
The cities of Britain are all in the throes of massive reconstruction. In all of them - Birmingham, Manchester, Sheffield, Hull, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool -demolition gangs are laying acres of once familiar streets to waste. Ahead of them they create twilight zones inhabited by twilight people. There are the old, clinging bewildered to their homes and their memories. And there is an unhappy breed of people shifting from house to house always just in front of the bulldozers' battle-line, who live in condemned buildings either because it suits their way or life or because they have nowhere else to go - people who are raising children to whom the broken brick is not only a weapon but a way of life.
(Part 2 follows at 9.20 pm)
(Wiping out lives in the Dingle: p 3)
The exotic underwater world of the Red Sea combined with the music of Debussy's La Mer.
Produced by Capital Films, Jerusalem
As the old, densely populated inner areas of our cities are wiped out by the planners and their demolition men, the people are being moved, thousands-at a time, to the new semi-rural estates on the edge of town.
The new homes have picture windows, central heating, constant hot water, and inside lavatories. But the newcomers soon learn that it takes more than these creature comforts to make a working man's paradise. The new estates make demands. Paradise must be paid for. And if the people have not the resources, human and financial, to pay the bill, it can become a nightmare even while it is still being built.
(Late Night Line-Up Special at 10.55 pm)
by Jean-Paul Sartre
A second chance to see this dramatisation by David Turner
Starring Michael Bryant, Georgia Brown
Marcelle and Daniel are married and Lola and Boris reconciled. Mathieu has been staying with Jacques and Odette while Chamberlain and Daladier meet Hitler. Mathieu has been called up.
A Late Night Line-Up Special follows tonight's Philpott File and includes a discussion between Reyner Banham, Simon Jenkins and Ian Nairn
Starring Bette Davis, Richard Todd, Joan Collins
The Virgin Queen tells of the ageing Elizabeth's tempestuous relationship with Raleigh.
(This Week's Films: page 13)
Sir Walter Raleigh:
Sir Christopher Hatton: