starring Ray Milland
Arlene Dahl , Wendell Corey
Mystery surrounding the rightful ownership of an old Jamaican plantation involves a sea captain in an underwater expedition for shipwrecked documents.
For Ray Milland the investigation becomes exciting-and dangerous.
Directed by LEWIS R. FOSTER (This Week's Films: page 9)
England v Pakistan Third day
The final two hours' play from Lord's
Introduced by PETER WEST Commentary JIM LAKER
DENIS COMPTON , TED DEXTER
Television presentation by DAVID KENNING and JOHN SHREWSBURY
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
1: The Zimmermann Telegram Presented by Rene Cutforth
On 17 January 1917 the code experts of British naval intelligence, ' Room 40,' intercepted a telegram from the German Foreign Office that could decide the outcome of the First World War.
This amazing section of Admiralty codebreakers had already helped to win a major naval battle and to catch both Mata Hari and Sir Roger Casement.
Taking part are the former head of Room 40, Admiral Sir William James, and one of the first lady codebreakers, Miss May Jenkin - better known as Aunt Elizabeth of Children's Hour.
Based on the book The Codebreakers by DAVID KAHN
Director ROBIN BOOTLE
Producer BRUCE NORMAN
by THOMAS HARDY : dramatised in four parts by HARRY GREEN
The death of John South has de. prived Giles of a large part of his income. Grace has told Giles that because of this her father has forbidden them to meet again.
Part 2: Grace
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Designer RICHARD WILMOT Producer MARTIN LISEMORE Directed by JOHN DAVIES
Young Timothy Tangs:
Old Timothy Tangs:
I never played with toys like other children did. My enjoyment was boxing.
A film about MICKEY KIELY 'S travelling boxing booth and its visit to Menai Bridge Fair.
Filmed by PETER CLEAVER Edited by JOHN MERRITT
Produced by GARETH WYN JONES (Radio Times People: page 5)
starring Kenneth Williams and The Young Generation Guest artists Esther Ofarim The Stupids
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
The Young Generation
Choreography by DOUGLAS SQUIRES Script by KENNETH WILLIAMS 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; The Stupids are appearing in 'To See Such Fun' at the London Palladium)
How wild was the Wild West? How free was life on the range, and how tough were the outlaws? How did Billy the Kid really die? This film examines the myth of the West and tries to find the truth buried in 100 years of fantasy.
Written and directed by LUCY GOODISON Produced by PAUL JOHNSTONE
(Shooting the Western myth in the back: page 14)
"Some people need the stimulus of new faces and people, I get that in my work. But there are a few people in my life that I like to see without appointments and without saying sorry for not keeping in touch and sometimes without the need to even talk: just to be with and listen to." Singer Cleo Laine looks back over her week.
John Lund , Brian Donlevy Audrey Totter , Joan Leslie
A ferocious battle between two gun-toting gals almost destroys the peace in Border City which, thanks to the efforts of its tough female mayor, has remained neutral throughout the Civil War.
Directed by ALLAN DWAN
(This Week's Films: page 9)