Montgomery Clift , Lee Remick with Jo Van Fleet
The stijry of one stubborn woman who tries to stem the tide of progress when the us government determines to put an end to the devastation of a river in flood by setting up the Tennessee Valley Authority.
Producer and director elia KAZAN (This Week's Films: page 11)
Ella Garth jo:
An entertainment for children with Brian Cant, Julie Stevens, Lionel Morton, John Styles, Jonathan Cohen, Spike Heatley, Alan Rushton
People and places - music and jokes. Games for indoors and out.
A cartoon film from Italy
1: Ten Days to Bamako
Ten tons of hovercraft arrive in the West African republic of Senegal, and the first stage of the expedition, the journey from St Louis to Bamako, begins.
Narrated by JOHN STOCKBRIDGE
Written by JOHN PILOER Producer HOB SAUNDERS
Executive producer BRIAN BRANSTON
(A co-production with Bayerischer Bundfunk: first shewn in The World About Us)
Out of School, Out of Work
A look at the problem of schoolleavers with no jobs to go to.
The first of a new weekly series examining current issues in the world of medicine.
Director ALAN DOBSON Producer PETER BRUCE
Introduced by Cliff Morgan
Rugby Union's own programme begins a new 30-week series tonight with a preview of a truly momentous season. A season which will welcome the Seventh All Blacks bent on avenging the British Lions' victories in New Zealand and which will celebrate the Scottish RFU Centenary.
Series producer ALAN MOUNCER
by LEO TOLSTOY : a second chance to see this dramatisation in 20 parts by JACK PULMAN
2 : Sounds of War
Speculation was rife in Moscow as to who would inherit Count Bezuhov's title and estates. Pierre, his illegitimate son, was called away from Countess Rostova's name-day dinner in order to be at his death-bed. In Petersburg conversation centred around Napoleon and his actions.
(War and Peace, an 84-page illustrated guide, from newsagents price 25p)
BOYS OF WANDSWORTH SCHOOL director of music RUSSELL BURGESS
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA leader KENNETH SILLITO associate conductor
STEUART BEDFORD conducted by Benjamin Britten
A landmark, enjoyable for itself and for the history of original music for television (THE TIMES)
A work and production of high mastery (SUNDAY TELEGRAPH)
Does TV opera exist* Yes, since yesterday! (EXPRESSEN, STOCKHOLM)
Executive producer JOHN CULSHAW
Directors COLIN GRAHAM , BRIAN LARGE
Mr Coyle, Owen's tutor:
Lechmere, Owen's friend:
Miss Wingrave, Owen's aunt:
Kate Julian, Owen's fiancee:
Gen Sir Philip Wingrave, Owen's grandfather:
Col Wingrave and Ghost:
Young Wingrave boy and Ghost:
Young Wingrave's friend:
In this final Saturday edition before moving to Friday SHERIDAN MORLEY reviews and previews several new films including
Hammersmith is Out starring ELIZABETH TAYLOR and RICHARD BUR TON, and talks to the star of Deliverance and Fuzz ...
PHILIP JENKINSON shows vintage clips requested by viewers.
Producer BARRY BROWN Editor ROWAN AYERS
(Another edition: Friday, 11.20 pm)
Edmond O'Brien Julie London Laraine Day
Jilted by her lover, a ruthless young woman concocts an ingenious and elaborate plan involving murder, impersonation and a final prize of a quarter of a million dollars. To carry the plan through, she enlists the services of a mysterious stranger.
Edmond O'Brien stars as the stranger in this taut, intricate thriller in which the suspense builds to a surprise twist ending.
Written and directed by HUBERT CORNFIELD
(This Week's Films: page 11)