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: Saturday Cinema Diamond Horseshoe

starring
Betty Grable , Dick Haymes with Phil Silvers
Despite opposition from family and friends, Joe Davis Jr deserts his medical studies for the lure of show business.
Produced by WILLIAM PERLBERG Directed by GEORGE SEATON
(This Week's Films: page 11)

Contributors

Unknown: Betty Grable
Unknown: Dick Haymes
Unknown: Phil Silvers
Unknown: Joe Davis Jr
Produced By: William Perlberg
Directed By: George Seaton
Bonnie Collins: Betty Grable
Joe Davis Jr: Dick Haymes
Blinky Walker: Phil Silvers
Joe Davis Sr: William Gaxton
Claire Williams: Beatrice Kay
Specialities: Carmen Cavallaro
Specialities: Willie Solar

: 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.
Editor JOHN DANVERS

Contributors

Unknown: David Holmes
Editor: John Danvers

: Rugby Special and Test Cricket

1871-1971: RFU
Centenary Year series
The International Championship Ireland v England
A fortnight ago the Irish began their current International season by holding the mercurial French to a 9-9 draw. Today they face an England XV which must still be reeling psychologically from the rout at Cardiff Arms Park last month when Wales won 22-6. That result proved conclusively that England must resort to basic principles of ball possession if they are to make a mark in the International Championship in their own centenary year.
Commentator at Lansdowne Road BILL MCLAREN
Presented by Telefis Eireann
Series producer alan MOUNCER
Test Cricket from Australia by Satellite
Australia v England Seventh Test Match from Sydney: second day
Recorded highlights of the day's Play.
Presented by DAVID KENNING and DENIS KELLY in collaboration with tht Australian Broadcasting Commission

Contributors

Presented By: Telefis Eireann
Presented By: David Kenning
Presented By: Denis Kelly

: Bernard Berenson

Recollections by Kenneth Clark with ALDA ANREP and IRIS ORIGO
Bernard Berenson (1865-1959) was one of the most influential art critics and art historians of his time. For several decades his word on who painted what amongst the Italian painters of the Renaissance dominated the art market. Many of his judgments on what we experience when looking at pictures have proved durable.
He left his villa, I Tatti, and his magnificent library to the University of Harvard to be used as an institute for the study of Renaissance art.
KENNETH CLARK , to whom I Tatti was a sort of second home, shows a profile of a complex and intriguing human being.
Photography A. A. ENGLANDER Film editor ALLAN TYRER
American and stills sequences directed by ANN TURNER
Produced by STEPHEN HEARST
A BBCtv co-production with Bavarian TV and National Educational Television
(' Civilisation,' Kenneth Clark 's celebrated series of 13 programmes first shown on BBC2 and later seen on TV all over the world, will be shown in colour on BBC1 beginning on Tuesday,
9.20 pm: see pages 6-7)

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Clark
Unknown: Bernard Berenson
Unknown: Kenneth Clark
Editor: Allan Tyrer
Directed By: Ann Turner
Produced By: Stephen Hearst
Unknown: Kenneth Clark

: Jude the Obscure

by THOMAS HARDY : dramatised in six parts by HARRY GREEN
Since Arabella has left him, Jude is free to pursue his ambitions to go to Christminster. He has only to wait until he has served his apprenticeship as a stonemason. Part 2: To Christminster
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE Directed bv HUGH DAVID
(For cast see Friday, 9.50 pm: page 45)

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Hardy
Unknown: Harry Green

: Rod McKuen In Concert

One of the world's greatest song-writers in a programme of his songs with his guest Mr Kelly , GB
ALYN AINSWORTH AND HIS ORCHESTRA Written by ROD MCKUEN
Make-up MARGARET MACKINNON Costume DORINDA CUTTING Lighting DICKIE HIGHAM Sound HUGH BARKER
Design LESLEY JOAN BREMNESS
Production STEWART MORRIS

Contributors

Unknown: Mr Kelly
Written By: Rod McKuen
Unknown: Margaret MacKinnon
Unknown: Hugh Barker
Design: Lesley Joan
Unknown: Stewart Morris

: Late Night Line-Up One Man's Week

I'm a xiccet-natured man -lovable, jairminded, tolerant - and it's outrageous that there are those who denu it Russell Braddon looks back at his week
Editor ROWAN AYERS
(Radio Times People: page 5)

Contributors

Unknown: Russell Braddon
Editor: Rowan Ayers

: Midnight Movie: Serious Charge

starring Anthony Quayle , Sarah Churchill with Andrew Ray , Cliff Richard
Cliff Richard sings his most famous song, 'Living Doll,' in this modern drama about a progressive clergyman. Wilfrid Brambell (as the Verger) has just one line - but it is worth waiting for.
Based on the novel by PHILIP KING Directed by TERENCE YOUNG
Produced by MICKEY DELAMAR (This Week's Films: page 11)

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Quayle
Unknown: Sarah Churchill
Unknown: Andrew Ray
Unknown: Cliff Richard
Unknown: Cliff Richard
Novel By: Philip King
Produced By: Mickey Delamar
Howard Phillips: Anthony Quayle
Hester Peters: Sarah Churchill
Larry Thompson: Andrew Ray
Curley Thompson: Cliff Richard
Mrs Phillips: Irene Browne
Michelle: Liliane Brousse








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