'The Super Navy and a Super Power' is how Jane's Fighting Ships describes the Soviet Navy. Europa tonight, with exclusive film shot on board the Russian fleet, looks at the Mediterranean from a Soviet point of view - and West German Television reports on the Naval line-up in the Baltic Sea.
Introduced by Derek Hart
The Judge has summed up. The Jury has retired. Is Harry Crawford Guilty or Not Guilty of the murder of Simon Royston?
Series created by:
Barbara as a child:
Clerk of Court:
Starring Terry Scott
featuring June Whitfield, Peter Butterworth, Frank Thornton, Dilys Watling, Colin Jeavons and the Bowles Bevan Singers
Orchestra directed by:
The Bowles Bevan
The second of three films about the Great War as seen from both sides of the trenches - by French, American and German film-makers.
Tonight: King Vidor's film starring: John Gilbert, Renee Adoree
with Tom O'Brien, Karl Dane
Unlike Renoir's La Grande Illusion, Vidor's The Big Parade is not an anti-war film. It looks at war through the eyes of the private in the front line who is not concerned with whether it is morally right or wrong.
(Next week: Westfront 1918)
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