Starring Marlene Dietrich
with Bruce Cabot, Roland Young
An adventuress masquerading as a European noblewoman in 19th-century New Orleans finds herself with two suitors -the town's wealthiest bachelor and a rough-neck riverboat captain.
A series about human beings selecting human beings: narrated and produced by Roger Mills
Most babies escape the human selectors - but some don't. On the one hand there are babies for adoption, waiting to be selected for proxy parents. On the other there are babies and toddlers with ambitious parents urging them from behind.
With her album 'Tapestry' topping the US charts for several weeks and the quantity of her songs being recorded by other artists, Carole King has emerged as the most accomplished female songwriter of the decade. Accompanied by Jo Mama with guest appearance by James Taylor on guitar
(This Week's Sounds: page 11)
Sheridan Morley reviews the week's new films.
Tony Bilbow talks to David Tomlinson, star of Bedknobs and Broomsticks which has its world premiere in London next Thursday.
Philip Jenkinson shows more vintage film clips.
On the morning of her wedding-day the beautiful Tollea is kidnapped from her home and taken to Cobra Island. Here the Princess of the island is Nadja, Tollea's beautiful but evil twin sister - the Cobra Woman.
(This Week's Films: page 13)
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