Starring Betty Grable, Dan Dailey
By skill and good fortune Myrtle McKinley gets into the front row of the chorus in vaudeville and soon becomes the partner, and then the wife, of the star of the show, Frank Burt. From then on it is a success story - until their children become ashamed of their parents' background.
Myrtle McKinley Burt:
Filmed during three years in the sub-Antarctic and Australia.
(from Bristol: first shown on BBC1)
David Holmes on the political scene.
Introduced by Ciiff Morgan
This historic fixture with Scotland - one of this year's most improved teams - gives England the final opportunity for a victory this season in the Championship.
(The men behind the men behind the ball: page 13)
The last of six country music programmes with George Hamilton IV introducing this week's guests The Jonny Young Four, The Ambers, The Hillsiders, Brian Brocklehurst and a special return of Nashville's Tompall and the Glaser Brothers.
Recorded at the Elizabethan Barn, Kent.
The Jonny Young
Tompall and the Glaser
The story of Count Leo Tolstoy's eventful and tragic life - a dramatic journey from the full sensuality of youth to a position of extreme asceticism.
The programme looks not only at Tolstoy the great writer of War and Peace and Anna Karenina, but also at Tolstoy the soldier and gambler; at Tolstoy the educationist, who started a school for the children of his serfs; at Tolstoy the pacifist, shoemaker, devoted husband, domestic tyrant; and at Tolstoy an Enemy of the State, who finished his life as the Conscience of the World.
Locations include old St Petersburg, Moscow, Kiev, the Caucasus and Yasnaya Polyana, Tolstoy's home and estate in the heart of the Russian countryside. The film also contains some unique archive film of his last years.
Written by Theodore Roszak and Jonathan Stedall
Interviews with Malcolm Muggeridge and Theodore Roszak
('What I have written...': page 10)
Robert Farnon conducts the London Philharmonic Orchestra, leader Rodney Friend, in a programme of his own compositions and arrangements.
Recorded at the Royal Albert Hall, London
(This Week's Sounds: page 10)
The London Philharmonic
A second look at masters of their craft and the things they make.
"I would like to be left alone with a beautiful goblet and just really do anything I wanted to do. Some commissions are great - some would turn your hair blue. People want some mad things on glass." Colin Terris describes the work of a glass engraver.
A look at the work of Wally Veevers who has specialised in the 'trick' photography field of film special effects for over 30 years, including scenes from The Shape of Things to Come, 2001, Diamonds are Forever.
Philip Jenkinson shows clips of vintage cartoon propaganda films.
Starring Richard Widmark, Sidney Poitier, Stephen McNally, Linda Darnell.
A young black doctor, accused of murdering a man under his charge, pleads guilty to try to establish his innocence.
One of the best Hollywood films on the subject of racial intolerance, No Way Out pits Richard Widmark against Sidney Poitier.
Dr Luther Brooks: