Jean Kent with James Donald Hugh Sinclair Bill Owen
Trottie True was the toast of the music-halls/till a Gaiety Girl she became/She dazzled the Lords who sat in the stalls/and won herself wealth and acclaim.
Based on a novel by Caryl Brahms and S. J. Simon , Jean Kent stars as Trottie in this colourful musical set in London at the turn of the century.
Screenplay by c. DENIS FREEMAN Produced by HUGH STEWART
Directed by BRIAN DESMOND HURST (This Week's Films: page 9)
Marquis of Maidenhead:
Duchess of Wellwater:
England v Pakistan
The last two hours' play from Edgbaston
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 4: Art and Patronage
Who are the patrons now? The old relationship between artist and patron has broken down. The artist is freer now than he's ever been. But this new liberty brings its problems. Who is the artist working for today? And does anyone care?
Produced by CHRISTOPHER MARTIN
by GUY DE MAUPASSANT dramatised in five parts by ROBERT MULLER
Georges Duroy allowed Madeleine to accept Vaudrec's legacy provided he received half for himself. M Walter is giving a large reception to exhibit his newly acquired painting 'Jesus Walking on the Waters.'
Suzanne Cast in order of appearance
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE Directed by JOHN DAVIES
Norbert de Varenne:
M de Marelle:
Marquis de Cazolles:
The Siege of Paris and the Commune 1870-1871
Written by ALISTAIR HORNE Narrated by Marius Goring
A hundred years ago the bloodiest revolution in French history was finally crushed. Besieged first by Prussian armies under Bismarck, Parisians came near to starvation, eating rats from the gutters and eventually animals from the Zoo. Paris, the fount of western civilisation, was isolated for seven months when her only means of communication was by balloon or pigeon post.
Having endured the rigours of the siege, Parisians were then subjected to the horrors of civil war. The left-wing revolution of the Paris Commune was the climax to a Terrible Year.
Produced by JULIA CAVE
Executive producer PAUL JOHNSTONE
(Getting the news out of besieged Paris: page 8)
Kenneth Williams and The Young Generation Guest artists Nina
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
The Young Generation choreography by DOUGLAS SQUIRES Script by Kenneth WILLIAMS Design. ROGER LOWE Direction JOHN STREET
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)
I can never rest comfortably in any society's status quo. I trust I shall remain permanently in opposition
Derek Jones community militant, newspaper editor, talent scout, and vicar looks back over his week
Editor ROWAN AYERS
Sian Phillips reads
The Walker-Through-Walls by MARCEL AYME
Dutilleul was a man with an extraordinary gift: he was able to walk through walls. Being also a modest man, he first used his talent only when his new boss provoked him. From then on, every wall was a challenge, bringing adventure, riches, love and finally disaster.
Produced by WILL WYATT
starring Richard Widmark and Richard Basehart
Major Cargill (Richard Basehart) has a reputation for courage and it is hard to believe that while a prisoner of war he collaborated with the North Koreans.
Directed by KARL MALDEN
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Lieutenant George Miller,:
Captain Joe Connors: