starring Marshall Thompson George Tobias , Clem Bevans
A lone boy and his horse are steadfast companions until separated by tragedy and war.
Director ANDREW MARTON
(This Week's Films: page 11)
An entertainment for children with Brian Cant
JULIE STEVENS , JOHNNY SILVO
JONATHAN COHEN , SPIKE HEATLEY BOBBY ORR
Today's guest: Roy Castle
Director MICHAEL CRAFTON-ROBINSON Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Pageantry and ceremonial provide a living link with our past.
Robert Hardy visits and explains some of Britain's most colourful ceremonies.
3: The Ceremony of The Keys
The nightly ritual of locking up the Tower of London - ceremony which is probably one of the oldest of its kind, having taken place in the shadow of the mighty White Tower for the past 700 years. with CHIEF YEOMAN WARDER C. TAYLOR Escort provided by THE 1ST BATTALION,
Title music MAJOR TREVOR 1. SHARPE Script MICHAEL KERR
Producer KEN GRIFFIN
(Repeated: Friday, 11.0 pm)
The Do-it-Yourself Dog, super-duck, artificial womb, cloned newt, last Norfolk horned ram - and James Burke.
What Shall We Do With Granny? Part 1: Man Alive looks at the problem of looking after old people and, next Wednesday, examines some of the answers.
Directors ALAN DOBSON , STEPHEN ROSE Producer PETER BRUCK
David Holmes on the political scene
Editor MICHAEL PAYNE
The 1972/73 Tour of The 7th All Blacks Match No 5:
London Counties v
The All Blacks (New Zealand)
After their complete devastation of the Western Counties at Gloucester in the opening match of the Tour a fortnight ago, today's match at England's headquarters, Twickenham, presented the tourists with a special avenging task - the defeat of a side coached and led by John Dawes , the captain and co-architect of the British Lions' successes in New Zealand in 1971. Commentator at Twickenham
Director BILL TAYLOR
Series producer ALAN MOUNCER
by LEO TOLSTOY
A second chance to see this dramatisation in 20 parts by JACK PULMAN
7: New Beginnings
Nikolai returned from the front with some of his friends. Dolohov proposed to Sonya but she rejected him, still hoping to marry Nikolai. Andrei also returned, only to find that his wife had died in child-birth.
(An 84-page illustrated guide is available from newsagents, price 25p)
A live entertainment for Saturday, presenting a collection of music, plays, poetry, prose, comedy, films, the visual arts - and a few, surprises.
Introduced by Joe Melia with a little help from RODDY MAUDE-ROXBY
HENRY WOOLF and from the studio audience... Among the main events are:
9.15 Julian Bream and John Williams
This country's two leadirig classical guitarists team up to play duets, including
Granados Spanish Dance William Lawes Suite
Falla Dance from 'La Vida Breve'
THE BALLET RAMBERT, in an impromptu event devised for the occasion by their choreographer, JOHN CHESWORTH.
9.50 After Liverpool
A dialogue by JAMES SAUNDERS with Denholm Elliott , Zena Walker
Barrie Ingham , Sheila Ballantine Martin Jarvis , Carole Nimmons
' Do you love me? ' ' Why do you ask? ' ' Why don't you answer?! ' Why do you want to know? ' ' Why do you never answer my questions? ' ' I love you. Do you love me? '
The writings Of NEGLEY FARSON, foreign correspondent, collected in a new anthology by his son Dan, read in the studio by JAMES CAMERON , who will discuss the life of this extraordinary journalist/ adventurer/philosopher with three people who knew him well - RT HON JEREMY THORPE , MP, COLIN WILSON and FRANK MORLEY.
11.5 After Liverpool (continued) ' Do you love me? ' ' Yes. Do you love me? '' Yes. Do you love me? ' ' Yes. Do you love me? ' ' Then why do we keep asking? '
Plus sketches by Theatre Mach ine, further lessons in the Fine Art of Goofing Off ... and whatever else turns up.
Director VERNON LAWRENCE Producers NAOMI CAPON
TONY CASH, MICHAEL MACINTYRE
Assistant editor TONY STAVEACRE Editor BILL MORTON
Starring Barbara Stanwyck, Burt Lancaster with Wendell Corey
A faulty telephone connection plunges a bedridden woman into a nightmare of terror when she overhears a murder plot, and realises she is the intended victim ...
(This Week's Films: page 11)
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