Film camera teams from the television networks of Europe send us their reports which cover just about every country in the world.
Tonight's programme concentrates on young people in Eastern Europe.
Could Flower Power take root in the youth cadres, or does the Generation Gap loom less large in the well-disciplined society of a communist state?
Introduced By Derek Hart.
by Rosemary Anne Sisson
Second in a Series of 13.
With James Maxwell as Henry VII.
Henry VII has married Elizabeth and so united the Houses of Lancaster and York. The rebels, Lord Lovell and the Stafford brothers, are more determined than ever to overthrow the usurper.
(The Shadow of the Tower. 30p from booksellers or newsagents or send a crossed PO to [address removed]. Postage and packing 8p).
Earl of Surrey:
Duke of Northumberland:
Francis, Lord Lovell:
Sir Robert Willoughby:
Earl of Lincoln:
Earl of Oxford:
Earl of Warwick:
with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, leader Rodney Friend conducted by Robert Farnon in a special concert from the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Pianist /Musical Associate:
A season of films showing the adult world from the child's point of view
Tonight: L'Enfance Nue.
Life for 10-year-old Francois is a succession of foster homes. At each he becomes more violent and uncontrollable. What does the future hold in store for this sensitive child? Must he be institutionalised forever?
Maurice Pialat 's moving film, reminiscent of Truffaut's Les Quatre Cents Coups, won the San Giorgio Prize at the 1968 Venice Film Festival. Tonight's World Cinema presentation represents its first showing to a wide audience in Britain.
(This Weeks Films: page 11)
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