Starring Alice Faye, The Ritz Brothers, Don Ameche with Charles Winniger, Louise Hovick, Rubinoff, Tony Martin, Louis Prima and his Band.
A girl with literary ambitions achieves success in musical comedy through a happy-go-lucky romance with the author of the show.
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Judith Poe Wells:
Tip, Tap And
Louis Prima and his
Its territorial combats and erotic love-play fascinate the scientists. Commentary by Clifford Dyment.
(from Bristol: first shown on BBC1)
A second chance to see this comprehensive documentary film on the explosive growth of road and air transport in Britain since the second world war.
In the past 25 years the traffic on our roads has grown by five times and the number of passengers passing through our airports has multiplied by 50. When a future historian comes to write the history of life in Britain during the second half of the 20th century he will find that those two familiar vehicles, the car and the aeroplane, have had a more radical influence on our lives than any other of the innovations which we call progress. This programme is a sort of television notebook to help him, while most of the visual evidence is still around.
Introduced by Hugh Scully
One of medicine's biggest problems and at present the number one killer in the Western world.
David Holmes reviews week-by-week the moves made by the politicians and examines the part played by government in the lives of us all.
Introduced by Cliff Morgan.
A victory by nine points to five over France a year ago in Paris clinched the Five Nations Championship Title and the "Grand Slam" for Wales. With the encouragement of their recent resounding victory over England, France come to Cardiff to beat Wales at their own game: possession up front, good handling, and running from the backs.
The capacity crowd at the National Rugby Stadium know they will see a hard, adventurous, spirited match with the exciting balance of individual flair and great team-work.
A weekly series of concert performances by some of the best entertainers in a wide spectrum of today's musical taste.
This week: Buddy Rich and his Orchestra
With one of his youngest bands ever, drummer Buddy Rich is at his most dynamic and exciting; and at his most dramatic in the solo of Time Being Sweet.
(Buddy Rich appears by arrangement with Harold Davison)
(This Week's Sounds: page 11)
Buddy Rich and his
A second look at masters of their craft and the things they make.
Behind the sculptor are the men who duplicate his work in the foundry. At this bronze foundry they cast the work of many of Britain's most distinguished sculptors.
Introduced by Magnus Magnusson. The people in tonight's contest are making a permanent contribution to the world we live in - unpaid and in their spare time.
One day the work of the country's Industrial Archaeologists in recording or preserving the best of the Industrial Revolution must be recognised; meanwhile Chronicle is making its third Annual Award to one of the six finalists in this year's contest for Industrial Archaeology Groups.
They are from Sticklepath, Devon; South Wiltshire; Ryhope, Co Durham; Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff; Derbyshire; Colne Valley, Yorkshire.
They have come to the studio to watch films of their work and face the questions of the judges Kenneth Hudson, Neil Cossons and Ken Hawley.
The award will be presented by David Attenborough, the BBC's Director of Television Programmes.
by Lewis Grassic Gibbon
Dramatised in six parts by Bill Craig
Starring Andrew Keir as John Guthrie
with Edith Macarthur as Jean, his wife and Vivien Heilbron as Chris
'But for all my reading and schooling two Chris Guthries there were that fought for my heart and tormented me.'
Woman in car:
Munro of Cuddiestoun:
Long Rob Duncan:
Sheridan Morley talks to horror star Christopher Lee and gives details of an experiment in All-Night Horror programmes in cinemas.
Philip Jenkinson looks at the career of actor/director Erich Von Stroheim whose latest biography has just been published.
Starring Yvonne De Carlo, Brian Donlevy, Jean Pierre Aumont
In 1865, on board the Russian Naval training ship Almaz becalmed in a Moroccan port, is the young cadet Rimsky-Korsakov. In an Arab cafe he meets the beautiful Cara who inspires him to write Scheherazade, his greatest work.
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Madame de Talavera: