stars John Lund , Jeff Chandler with Susan Cabot
Directed by GEORGE SHERMAN.
Major Jim Colton:
DAVID HOLMES reviews the moves made by the politicians and examines the part played by government in the lives of us all.
Editor JOHN DANVERS
Four films in which
Edwin Mullins looks at Art-the people who collect it the people who create it and the people who cash in 2: Art and Money
You can'buy Beethoven's Ninth but you can buy a Rembrandtart and capitalism have been married for a long time. No matter how rocky the rest of the nation's finances, the art business booms. What happens when art becomes a better buy than an oil well?
Produced by CHRISTOPHER MARTIN
by GUY DE MAUPASSANT dramatised in five parts by ROBERT MULLER
Georges Duroy survived his duet with a rival journalist.
Charles Forestier is now very ill and Georges remains in close attendance on Madeleine as she cares for her dying husband.
Part 3: Madeleine
(For cast see Friday, 10.10 pm)
A series of three film reports by Trevor Philpott
2: A Right Pair of Villains
According to the notes in their programme, the Klondyke Brothers were born in the toughest, farthest-flung corner of Alaska. You have to be careful what you believe, but they are certainly the most massive and probably the most monstrous pair of entertainers on the boards. Between them they weigh 56 stones, and every ounce of it is villainous.
They live by selling hatred to the respectable, law-abiding people of the country towns of Britain. And this is one form of live entertainment that thrives in spite of television and bingo: every night the crowds fill the halls in the hope of seeing these two ugly, misshapen, merciless men take a long overdue beating.
Produced by TREVOR PHILPOTT
starring Kenneth Williams and The Young Generation Guest artists Dana The Stefanis
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
The Young Generation choreography by DOUGLAS SQUIRES Script by KENNETH WILLIAMS and HILARY MINSTER Costumes DORINDA BRYANT Design J. ROGER LOWE
Direction COLIN CHARMAN
Production STEWART MORRIS
(Kenneth Williams is in ' Captain Brassbound's Conversion ' at the Cambridge Theatre, London; The Young Generation are in ' Meet Me in London at the Adelphi Theatre) (The new Dana: page 4)
A tree has many branches and so has the work of Keith Albarn who, if pressed, might define himself as ' a constructivist.' His constructions range from a Fun Palace on the west coast of Scotland to equipment for handicapped children. Keith Albarn looks back over his week
Editor ROWAN AVERS
Rosalie Crutchley reads
Bella Fleace Gave a Party by EVELYN WAUGH
Bella Fleace was over 80 when she decided to give a party, the like of which had not been seen in Ireland for 25 years. The preparations were stupendous. She invited all the best people, not of course, Lady Mockstock (an upstart) nor Lady Gopdon (an American). At last all seemed ready.
Produced by WILL WYATT
Rothmans Hard Court Championships of Great Britain featuring the Men's Singles Final aii weea. a strong international field has been competing in this important tournament for a total prize money of £15,000.
David Vine introduces highlights from the finals played today on the Centre Court of the West Hants Club, Bournemouth.
Commentators DAN MASKELL and BILL KNIGHT
TV presentation by FRED VINER
starring John Mills
John McCallum , Elizabeth Sellars with Eva Bergh
After 12 years' wrongful imprisonment, an embittered man hides himself away on a deserted barge and plots revenge.
This gripping drama from the director of Kind Hearts and Coronets was mainly filmed on location in the Thames Estuary.
Directed by Robert HAMER
(This Weeks Films: page 11)