James Stewart , Kim Novak
Jack Lemmon , Ernie Kovacs
A delightful fantasy about a book publisher who, on the eve of his wedding, meets a young lady with powers beyond those of normal persuasion.
Directed by RICHARD QUINE
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Mrs De Pass:
The Gillette Cup Hampshire v
Nottinghamshire From the United Services Ground,
The closing stages of this second-round match.
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
Recorded highlights of this morning's ceremony when Her Majesty The Queen took the Salute on Horse Guards Parade, Whitehall, at the Annual Parade in celebration of Her Official Birthday.
Commentators TOM FLEMING and RICHARD MACFARLANE
Television presentation PHILIPS GILBERT
by Thomas Hardy, dramatised in four parts by Harry Green
George Melbury is expecting his daughter Grace to return home from boarding school. Little Hintock, where Mr Melbury has his timber yard, is also the home of Giles Winterborne, Grace's childhood sweetheart.
One of the series which Hardy grouped together as 'Novels of Character and Environment', The Woodlanders was written in 1887. It's been adapted by Harry Green who also adapted Jude the Obscure.
(Repeated: Friday. 9.50 pm) (Radio Times People: page 4)
Old Timothy Tangs:
Young Timothy Tangs:
... says Des Wilson in this series of highly personal films.
Up to the beginning of this year, 30-year-old DES WILSON was the director of Shelter, the charity which has done so much to draw attention to the homeless and their needs.
Now an Observer columnist, he looks back on his four years of charity work. He examines the role of charities in Britain today and asks: Are we really a charitable society? He maintains that we treat our charities as a substitute for the Welfare State. As a nation we give over £50-million a year to charity, but is financial generosity enough?
In this film he talks, among others, to Richard Crossman , MP, former Minister of Health and Social Security, and to James Loring , director of Britain's largest charity - the Spastics Society.
Produced by DAVID WHEELER Directed by MISCHA SCORER
Introduced by Arthur Negus
ARTHUR NEGUS talks about the chain of events which brought about the sudden drop in value of paperweights and introduces a film which shows how they are made.
Producer JOHN KING
(from Bristol: previously shown In Collector's World on 9 February 1971)
starring Kenneth Williams and The Young Generation Guest artists
Rod McKuen , Don Lusher
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
The Young Generation choreography by DOUGLAS SQUIRES Script by KENNETH Williams Costumes DORINDA BRYANT Design J. ROGER LOWE
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)
John Aspinall master gambler and lover of wild animals looks back over his week
Editor ROWAN AYERS
Norman Rodway reads The Boarding House by JAMES JOYCE
Mrs Mooney knew that something was going on between her daughter, Polly, and one of the young men who lodged in her house. She watched and waited. And when the right moment came she dealt with the problem as a cleaver deals with meat. The young man didn'have a chance.
Produced by WILL WYATT
Ann-Margret, Michael Parks with Janet Margolin , Brad Dexter
Ann-Margret plays the young wife who needs both a rich husband and a virile lover in this unusually warm and gentle drama about a young man (played by Michael Parks) who returns to Main Street, America, to start a new life but quickly succumbs to the pleasures of the past.
His sister is played by Kim Darby , who starred with great success opposite John Wayne in True Grit.
Directed by HARVEY HART
(This Week's Films: page 9)