Today at a special one-day Conference in London, pro- and anti-Common Market members of the Labour Party will be debating the Party's attitude to the Common Market.
Commentators in the Central Hall,
Westminster ROBIN DAY and ALAN WATSON
Outside broadcast presentation PHILIP S. GILBERT
Philip Friend , Barbara Shelley with Sarah Lawson , Jack Watling Rona Anderson , Julia Lockwood
The strange behaviour of her shy young stepdaughter causes Harriet Random to suspect her husband of murdering his first wife. Her suspicions are soon joined by fears for her own safety.
Director GERALD THOMAS
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Today's special conference continued.
Rt Hon Harold Wilson , mp Leader of the Opposition will reply to the debate.
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
British Grand Prix
With RAYMOND BAXTER and BARRIE GILL
The best of the action from today's big race at Silverstone, with expert comment and analysis on who won and why, and what this result means to drivers like Jackie Stewart and Jacky Ickx.
Producers JOHN MILLS, RICHARD TILLING Editor BRIAN ROBINS
by HENRY JAMES : dramatised in four parts by DENIS CONSTANDUROS Mrs Gereth has made plain her feelings about Mona to both Owen and Fleda. Fleda is persuaded by Owen to stay at Poynton. Part 2 : Sharp Practice
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE Director PETER SASDY
(Repeated: Friday, 9.50 pm)
The Money-spinner in the Back of the Car
' I often used to say that my ambition in life would be to get a little greyhound. If he only ran in one race, never mind winning -
I would be quite happy.'
Few people can have had a wish so completely fulfilled as HUGH and WINNIE MCRANDAL , who live on the coast at Carrickfergus, about six miles North of Belfast. Their greyhound, Meadowbank Joe, has proved a real money-spinner. He has won well over £1,000 in 18 months.
Producer JOHN WHITEHORN
Director BERNARD TORNEY .
Executive producer BRIDGET WINTER (from Northern Ireland)
Harry's guests include Bobbie Gentry
Mason Williams Lynda Jenkins with Julian Orchard Ronnie Brody
Written by JIMMY GRAFTON
JEREMY LLOYD , JOHNNY SPEIGHT SID GREEN and DICK HILLS
Programme associate JIMMY GRAFTON Orchestra directed by PETER KNIGHT Designer BRIAN TREGIDDEN Producer TERRY HUGHES
SHERIDAN MORLEY introduces the week's new films including Le Mans starring STEVE MCQUEEN.
TERRY HUGHES talks to Jean Seberg , Clint Eastwood and Lee Marvin , the stars of Paint Your Wagon which ends its long West End run this week before continuing in the provinces.
'Apart from Orson, we were all amateurs.'
Joseph Cotten talks to Philip Jenkinson about his working career with Orson Welles and introduces scenes from Citizen Kane (1941), The Magnificent Ambersons (1942) and Journey into Fear (1942).
Producer BARRY BROWN Editor ROWAN AYERS
It was a situation of higher excitement and darker, deeper feeling than any other in human life - a British officer on the night before the Battle of Bussaco
We remained there three months basking in the sunshine of harmony and peace. It was the most pleasing event of my military life - a British soldier on Madrid
These words were written 160 years ago about some of the events of the long war in Spain and Portugal against .Napoleon's armies. The war gave us the word ' guerrilla ' and it also gave us the passionate and brilliant work of the artist Goya.
Using the places, the pictures and the sounds of the time (for we even know the songs the men sang) Chronicle sets out to recreate certain episodes from those strangely modern years.
Written by STUART hood
Producer KENNETH SHEPHEARD
Executive producer PAUL JOHNSTONE
starring Helena Carter
Arthur Franz , Jimmy Hunt
A group of Martians attempt to destroy America from their space-ship underground, with the aid of an army of invincible eight-foot-robots.
Director WILLIAM CAMERON MENZIES (This Week's Films: page 9)
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