Starring Kenneth More, Betsy Drake
with Roland Culver, Harry Green, Patrick Barr, Maureen Connell
A brilliant but timid engineer finds himself crossing the Atlantic in pursuit of capital.
Adapted from the story "The Enchanted Hour" by:
Sir Godfrey Cowan:
An entertainment for children with Brian Cant, Chloe Ashcroft, Derek Griffiths, Jonathan Cohen
People and places - music and tales. Games for indoors and out.
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David Holmes reviews the week's political scene.
A series about human beings selecting human beings: narrated and produced by Roger Mills
Old age - and no longer is promotion the spur, but rather survival. Charities must choose whom they will help, doctors must decide whether it is a life they are prolonging or merely a living death. But for the Christian, the trials of life up to this moment have been one long preparation for the ultimate Trial.
Two impressions of New York - a city of dreams or nightmares.
The Outsider: Jonathan Miller
'If you enter New York in the first place in a show business context every time you return you have to justify your existence in show business terms. If you haven't got something to sell you become almost transparent...'
The Insider: Patti Smith, poet, singer, actress.
'People come to New York to see the stars, but there ain't no stars in the sky. I lived in the city and I haven't seen a constellation since.'
('I've been expecting the worst from New York...': page 15)
by Mrs Gaskell
A second chance to see this dramatisation in six parts by Michael Voysey
Wives and Daughters is set in Hollingford, the centre of a rural community which has yet to experience the impact of the Industrial Revolution.
Mrs Gaskell [Elizabeth
Laura Nyro makes her first appearance on British TV and sings her own songs including "Buy and sell," "Stoned soul picnic," "I am the blues," "Stoney End," "Christmas in my soul."
[Starring] Michael Hordern and Richard Briers
The groom and his best man were early, the bride late...
Why Go to the Cinema?
Cinemagoers say what they think is wrong. The exhibitors explain what is being done to improve things.
Philip Jenkinson reviews and illustrates with film clips the recently published book Hollywood and the Great Fan Magazines.
Starring Ronald Colman, Claudette Colbert, Victor McLaglen, Rosalind Russell
with Gregory Ratoff, Nigel Bruce
Bravery, love and jealousy all feature strongly in this classic Foreign Legion spectacular.
Based on a novel by: