Starring Adrienne Corri, Thorley Walters, Lisa Gastoni
with Richard Wattis
When a young couple employed by the Pontifex Advertising Agency announce their engagement, their first hurdle is the company policy of not employing married women. But in this comedy of marital misunderstandings that is only the beginning of their problems.
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Live colour television of the first Moondrive as Col David Scott and Lt Col James Irwin drive the Lunar Rover along the edge of Hadley Rille to the base of the 14,000-ft Apennine Mountains, in this historic drive by the first-ever man-driven vehicle on the moon - a drive which enables man to explore further than ever before in 'the most exciting mission since Apollo 11.'
Introduced by James Burke with Patrick Moore and the BBC Apollo team of international experts
(Moon buggy: see facing page)
David Holmes reviews the moves made by the politicians and examines the part played by government in the lives of us all.
Continued colour coverage from the Moon of Scott and Irwin's first day amongst the Lunar Mountains.
Introduced by James Burke with Patrick Moore and the BBC Apollo team of international experts.
by Henry James
Dramatised in four parts by Denis Constanduros
Mrs Brigstock has found Owen visiting Fleda. Owen has followed Fleda to her sister's, and she has confessed her feelings for him, but has insisted that he sees Mona in order to break his engagement.
(Repeated: Friday. 9.50 pm)
A film by Hugh Pitt
Birmingham in three years has rehoused a quarter of a million people, destroyed 60,000 slum properties, rebuilt its city centre. In another five years the whole job of changing its old image will be complete.
In this film an outsider takes a personal look at Britain's second city, its achievements and its problems: for it is one thing to draw a blueprint of a city's future, but it may need a miracle to persuade people to accept and enjoy it.
at Athletic Park, Wellington
by satellite from New Zealand
Cliff Morgan introduces highlights from today's crucial Third Test of the British Lions Tour in the first-ever relay to the United Kingdom from New Zealand's new satellite station.
New Zealand's 22-12 victory in the Second Test at Christchurch three weeks ago both halted the triumphant Lions Tour record - unbeaten in 14 matches - and levelled the Test series at one all.
Presented by Alan Mouncer in association with NZBC
Harry's guests include Roy Castle, Jimmy Edwards and Mary Hopkin
with Julian Orchard
Orchestra directed by:
including Apollo 15
David Wilson and the BBC Apollo Team report on the first Moon-drive
Reporter (Apollo 15):
After four years Sean Connery is playing James Bond again in Diamonds are Forever. At Pinewood Studios, Sheridan Morley talks to the Scottish actor about his return to the role and shows extracts from previous James Bond films.
Philip Jenkinson looks at the career of the well-known British star of the 50s, Anthony Steele.
The first of three films featuring one of Hollywood's greatest actors Edward G. Robinson
with Joan Bennett, Raymond Massey, Dan Duryea, Edmund Breon
Like Hitchcock, Fritz Lang is a master of suspense. In tonight's thriller he uses Joan Bennett as the femme fatale who captivates a mild-mannered professor (beautifully played by Edward G. Robinson) and involves him in a web of murder, deception and intrigue.
Joan Bennett - sister of Constance and daughter of Richard - plays 'the woman in the window.' She starred as a nasty in another Fritz Lang thriller Woman on the Beach (with Joan Crawford).
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Professor Richard Wanley:
The Strange Woman: