Robert Wagner , John Lund Debra Paget , Jeffrey Hunter
As the Cheyenne are being driven from Wyoming by the us Cavalry, the courage of a young surveyor, Josh Tanner , wins the respect of the Indians and the love of a young Indian girl.
Director ROBERT WEBB
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Chief Broken Hand:
The Bronx is Burning
A look at the dangers firemen face in New York's South Bronx.
A surprising new account of the planet we inhabit.
Introduced by Magnus Magnusson Narrated by John Gregson
The last few years have brought a revolution in our understanding of the Earth. Its outer shell is broken in many places like a cracked egg-shell. On the backs of the broken pieces called ' plates ' the familiar continents and oceans ride as passengers. The plates themselves are constantly on the move, jostling each other as they go. It is the jostling of these plates that causes earthquakes and makes mountains.-Written by NIGEL CALDER
Executive producer philip DALY The third programme of a trilogy (Book 11.90: see page 62)
The John Player Classic 1972
This afternoon on the famed Ailsa Course at Turnberry, Ayrshire, this new tournament produced its first winner - a champion of champions.
This programme features the highlights of the final 18 holes and reflects the skill of the man who won the £15,000 first prize against the competition of the world's greatest golfers.
Commentators HENRY LONGHURST
Directors ALAN MOUNCER , FRED viner Executive producer A. P. WILKINSON
by LEO TOLSTOY
A second chance to see this dramatisation in 20 parts by JACK PULMAN 1: Name-day
Moscow 1805. The Rostov family prepares to celebrate the name-day of Countess Rostova and her younger daughter Natalia, nicknamed Natasha.
Producer DAVID CONROY Director JOHN DAVIES
(War and Peace, an 84-page illustrated guide, from newsagents price 25p)
An unbroken Arab stallion is being schooled to submission by his trainer. The stallion is magnificent and untamed. Eventually, the trainer must climb on ' Kilifi's ' back for the first time.
Director KEITH SHEATHER
Music by SERGE PROKOFIEV Choreography by FREDERICK ASHTON
Scenery by HENRY BARDON
Costumes by DAVID WALKER Devised and produced by FREDERICK ASHTON starring
Antoinette Sibley Anthony Dowell
Frederick Ashton Robert Helpmann
From the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden
The Prince's Friends
CHINKO RAFIQUE , KENNETH MASON
GARY SHERWOOD , DAVID DREW
The Step-Sisters' Suitors
DEREK RENCHER , WAYNE SLEEP and ARTISTS OF THE ROYAL BALLET
ORCHESTRA OF THE ROYAL OPERA
HOUSE, COVENT GARDEN leader CHARLES TAYLOR conducted by John Lanchbery
TV presentation by JOHN VERNON Act 1: Cinderella's father's house Act 2: A ball at the palace Act 3: After the ball
Scene 1: Cinderella's father's house Scene 2: An enchanted garden
The Fairy Godmother:
The Dancing Master:
The Fairy Spring:
The Fairy Summer:
The Fairy Autumn:
The Fairy Winter:
Introduced by SHERIDAN MORLEY and PHILIP JENKINSON
The success of the Tutankhamun exhibition at the British Museum has prompted a look back at some of the films made about Egypt over the past 50 years, including: Dawn of the World (1915); Suez (1938); Caesar and Cleopatra (1945); The Egyptian (1953); The Ten Commandments (1955):
Cleopatra (1962); Pharaoh (1964); Carry On Cleo (1965); and Night of Counting the Years (1970).
Producer BARRY BROWN Editor ROWAN AYERS
Stewart Granger Mickey Rooney Raf Vallone Edd Byrnes Henry Silva
Director Roger Corman was first in the field with this World War II adventure of desperate convicts recruited for a do-or-die mission against the enemy, made before The Dirty Dozen.
Brilliantly shot on location in Yugoslavia, the scenic beauty chillingly accentuates the savage action.
Story and screenplay by R. WRIGHT CAMPBELL
Producer GENE CORMAN Director ROGER CORMAN
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Major Richard Mace:
German Fortress Commandant: