Starring Dana Andrews, Piper Laurie
with Rex Reason, William Talman
A small US Cavalry detachment arrives at a new outpost to find it under heavy Indian attack.
(This Week's Films: page 9)
The final match of this season's International Championship and Spring in Paris - the perfect setting for the perfect climax to an absorbing season.
Commentator at Stade Colombes, Cliff Morgan
Presented by the French Television Service
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.
Doomsday Never Comes ...declares John Crosby, optimist, in this series of highly personal films.
"Pessimism about the future is very fashionable - and very profitable. But if I could have any period of history to live in, I would choose to be living right now". So says John Crosby, the Observer columnist, who belongs to that long list of celebrated Americans who have settled in Britain.
In this film Crosby tries to bring a spark of common sense to what he regards as the current hysterias about pollution, over-population, world food shortages and other sacred subjects.
by John Hale
[Starring] Glenda Jackson as Elizabeth I
A second showing of the first of six plays
[with] Ronald Hines as William Cecil, Daphne Slater as Mary Tudor, Rachel Kempson as Kat Ashley
"...made a political thriller as fast, urgent and exciting as Dumas." (Peter Black, Daily Mail)
"The colours and costumes, sets and scenes and images are as striking, gorgeous and evocative as we knew they would be." (Maurice Wiggin, Sunday Times)
(There's something about a Tudor: p 3)
Thomas Seymour, uncle of Edward VI:
Fowler, Secretary to the King:
John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland, Lord Protector:
Kat Ashley, Elizabeth's governness:
Sir Thomas Parry, Treasurer:
Sir Robert Tyrwhit:
Catherine Parr, widow of Henry VIII:
Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury:
Lady Jane Grey:
de Noailles, French Ambassador:
Renard, Ambassador to the Holy Roman Empire:
Sir Thomas Wyatt:
Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester and Lord Chancellor:
Earl of Sussex:
Bridges, Lieutenant of the Tower:
Sir Henry Bedingfield:
Philip of Spain:
Starring Terry Scott
with June Whitfield, Colin Jeavons, Dave Freeman, June Palmer, Jan Rossini, The Rita Williams Singers and Anita Harris
in the last of this series
Orchestra directed by:
The Rita Williams
The private life, and the world outside, interact, often unpredictably, in one man's week.
Television, on the whole, must stick to facts. One man's week does not.
P. J. Kavanagh looks back over his week.
Edward Woodward reads two stories by Graham Greene, "I Spy" and "The Blue Film"
Mrs Carter was bored with the East, and Carter was bored with his wife. So he took her to see some blue films.
The first was embarrassingly bad. 'Ugly and not exciting,' said Mrs Carter.
A second film started: Mrs Carter shifted in her chair. 'Good God,' she said.
(Edward Woodward is a National Theatre Player)
Starring Ginger Rogers, Van Heflin, Gene Tierney, George Raft
A chance encounter with an attractive girl leads a Broadway producer into a web of mystery.
(This Week's Films: page 9)