starring Tom Ewell
Jayne Mansfield , Edmond O'Brien and featuring
JULIE LONDON, RAY ANTHONY BARRY GORDON , FATS DOMINO
THE PLATTERS, LITTLE RICHARD GENE VINCENT , THE TRENIERS THE CHUCKLES, JOHNNY OLENN NINO TEMPO , EDDIE COCHRAN ABBEY LINCOLN , EDDIE FONTAINE
A lively comedy from the frenzied heights of the rock-and-roll era.
Producer and director FRANK TASHLIN (This Week's Films: page 9)
An entertainment for children with Brian Cant
CHLOE ASHCROFT , RICK JONES
DEREK GRIFFITHS , JONATHAN COHEN SPIKE HEATLEY , ALAN RUSHTON
Director PETER CHARLTON
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Fish: How to set up and maintain aquaria for everything from Goldfish to Marine Tropicals.
Director ALAN HAYLlNG
Producer PETER BRUCE
Narrated by KENNETH ALLSOP
Kifaru is the Swahili name for the Black Rhinoceros , reputed to be one of Africa's most dangerous animals. For six years a Canadian biologist, the late JOHN GODDARD , studied them at close quarters.
Director IRWIN ROSTEN
Producer NICOLAS L. NOXON
An MGM documentary (from Bristol)
Entente Tropicale: a report on the New Hebrides in the South Pacific
A close look at the politicians, the tactics and progress of Parliament.
Editor MICHAEL PAYNE
Introduced by Cliff Morgan
The International Championship 1972/73 featuring today
Scotland v Wales
Commentator at Murrayfield BILL MCLAREN
TV presentation by BILL MALCOLM Series producer ALAN MOUNCER
by LEO TOLSTOY
A second chance to see this dramatisation in 20 parts by JACK PULMAN
19: The Road to Life
A special edition featuring the work of West Indian artists, writers, musicians and film-makers.
Introduced by Joe Melia
Among the main events:
A theatre event which explores the history of the colonisation of the Caribbean islands and its consequences through music, mime and dance.
The Ministry of Deliverance
A filmed service at The Pentecostal Church of God at the Angel, Islington - incantation, possession of the spirit, and the ecstatic experience of words and music that are at the roots of Caribbean expression.
Poetry and Prose
A sequence of extracts from the work of West Indian writers: from the first immigrants, through to the new generation of Caribbean writers living in exile in London, including Evan Jones, Audvil King, read by Yvonne Jones, Jamal Ali, John La Rose, Samuel Selvon, Bongo Jerry, read by Andrew Salkey, Linton Johnson and T-Bone Wilson.
Going to Sunday School
A filmed visit to 'The Coleherne' - a pub in Earls Court which every Sunday lunchtime turns Caribbean. West Indians from all over London come to meet socially and listen to the Kaiso (Calypso) music of Russell Henderson and his band and other musicians who drop in. (Radio Times People: page 5)
A play by Mustapha Matura with Angharad Rees, Neville Aurelius, Alfred Fagon, Graham Simpson
A black man meets a white woman at a party in liberal London.
'I'm going to colonise her just like a little island, the way they colonised mine, with tax collectors, lying history books and rapist plantation owners, what could be more fitting ... '
The latest musical craze to come out of the West Indies and achieve a wide popularity - presented by one of its most extraordinary performers, Count Prince Miller, with the backing Of 'New Religion.' plus studio designs by Althea McNish, incorporating the work of West Indian artists, audience discussion - and whatever or whoever else turns up.
Match your musical wits tonight against
Valerie Pitts Robin Ray
Guest musician Jack Brymer Chairman Joseph Cooper
Producer WALTER TODDS
Director DENIS MORIARTY
Hope Lange , Tuesday Weld Millie Perkins witn
John Ireland, Rafer Johnson
Numerous brushes with the law finally put rebellious country boy Glenn Tyler into the care of a probation officer - a woman psychiatric consultant who overcomes his hostility and discovers his talent for writing.
Screenplay by CLIFFORD ODETS
Based on a novel by j. R. SALAMANCA Producer JERRY wald Director PHILIP DUNNE
(This Week Films: page 9)