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: Saturday Cinema: I'll Get By

Starring June Haver, William Lundigan, Gloria de Haven

The story of a couple of happy-go-lucky song writers and their romance with two sinsine sisters.
Harry James and his Orchestra provide the backing for the title song and another popular song of the period 'Deep in the heart of Texas.'

Contributors

Screenplay: Mary Loos
Screenplay: Richard Sale
Producer: William Perlberg
Director: Richard Sale
Liza Martin: June Haver
William Spencer: William Lundigan
Terry Martin: Gloria de Haven
Freddy Lee: Dennis Day
Harry James: Himself
Miss Murphy: Thelma Ritter

: Closedown

: Westminster

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.

Contributors

Presenter: David Holmes
Editor: John Danvers

: Rugby Special: 1871-1971: RFU Centenary Year series

The International Championship: Ireland v France
With the joint title-holders, Wales and France, already on the trail for new honours, today's fixture brings Ireland into the International arena for the first time.
The Irish, always enigmatic in both team selection and performance, are at a crossroads with their fine team of last year threatened by injuries and retirement.

(Presented by Telefis Eireann)

Contributors

Commentator: Cliff Morgan
Series Producer: Alan Mouncer

: The Philpott File: There's No Place Like Home

A series of film reports by Trevor Philpott

The first of two film reports on the changing face of Dr Barnardo's.
It's just a hundred years since Thomas Barnardo opened his first orphanage - the first little colony in what was to become a private empire of child care. Today there are no starving orphans waiting to be picked off the streets, and many of the conventional children's homes are being closed. Barnardo's, the biggest charity in Britain, must find new work in new places.
There's No Place Like Home is the first of two reports on the growth areas of Barnardo's work -work designed to keep natural families together, to keep children out of children's homes. It is a slow, difficult, and controversial process, carried out in the most unsavoury areas of our large cities. It is concerned as much with problem parents as with problem children and it begs the most important question in the child-care business: Is any family life better than none-regardless of the condition of home or the condition of the marriage?

Contributors

Reporter/Producer: Trevor Philpott

: Rod McKuen

One of the world's greatest song-writers in a programme of his and other songs, with his guests Dusty Springfield and Mr Kelly, GB

(Colour)

Contributors

Singer/Writer: Rod McKuen
Singer: Dusty Springfield
Dancer: Russ Arness
Dancer: Nicky Benton
Dancer: Jeremy Robinson
Dancer: Peter Salmon
Dancer: Ricky Stratful
Dancer: Michael Tye-Walker
Choreographer: Douglas Squires
Musicians: Alyn Ainsworth and his Orchestra
Make-up: Margaret MacKinnon
Costume: Dorinda Cutting
Lighting: Dickie Higham
Sound: Hugh Barker
Designer: Lesley Joan Bremness
Production: Stewart Morris

: Sense and Sensibility: Part 4: Resolution

by Jane Austen
Dramatised in four parts by Denis Constanduros

Col. Brandon heard that Mrs Ferrars had cut Edward off because of his engagement. He asked Elinor to take a message to Edward, little knowing the effect this might have on her.

Contributors

Author: Jane Austen
Dramatised by: Denis Constanduros
Script Editor: Lennox Phillips
Costumes: Charles Knode
Lighting: Ritchie Richardson
Designer: Stephen Bundy
Producer: Martin Lisemore
Director: David Giles
Elinor: Joanna David
Edward Ferrars: Robin Ellis
Marianne: Ciaran Madden
Mrs Jennings: Patricia Routledge
Charlotte Palmer: Jo Kendall
Dr Harris: Clifford Parrish
Colonel Brandon: Richard Owens
John Willoughby: Clive Francis
Mrs Dashwood: Isabel Dean
Mary: Esme Church

: Disco 2

Introduced by Pete Drummond
featuring Yes with tracks from their latest LP, plus Rod Demick and Herbie Armstrong, with songs from their debut Country Influenced Rock album; together with tracks from the best of the new releases.
(This Week's Sounds: page 6)

Contributors

Presenter: Pete Drummond
Musicians: Yes
Bassist: Rod Demick
Guitarist: Herbie Armstrong
Designer: James Hatchard
Producer: Granville Jenkins
Executive Producer: Michael Appleton

: Test Cricket from Australia: Australia v England

Sixth Test Match: second day
by Satellite
Presented by David Kenning and Denis Kelly in collaboration with the ABC

Contributors

Presented by: David Kenning
Presented by: Denis Kelly

: Midnight Movie: Female on the Beach

Starring Joan Crawford, Jeff Chandler
with Jan Sterling, Cecil Kellaway

An attractive and wealthy widow falls in love with an ageing self-confessed confidence trickster.
A worthy successor to Torch Song and Johnny Guitar, this love story examines the psychological effects of suspicion.
(This Week's Films: page 11)

Contributors

Screenplay/Based on the play "The Besieged Heart" by: Robert Hill
Screenplay: Richard Alan Simmons
Director: Joseph Pevney
Producer: Albert Zugsmith
Lynn Markham: Joan Crawford
Drummond (Drummy) Hall: Jeff Chandler
Amy Rawlinson: Jan Sterling
Osbert Sorenson: Cecil Kellaway
Lieutenant Sorenson: Charles Drake
Eloise Crandall: Judith Evelyn








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