with Percy Thrower
In his first programme for 1973 PERCY THROWER gets right down to the basics of gardening and discusses the tools and equipment essential for the keen amateur who wants to grow things, and grow them better. He also deals with the vital subject of seed and potting composts and the general principles of propagation.
Producer BILL DUNCALF
The French Dream France has already outstripped
Britain in prosperity, and by 1990 she will have surpassed all her rivals to become the strongest economy in Europe. This is the prospect held out by economic predictions of the think-tank of America, the Hudson Institute.
But will this glowing future arrive if the March elections bring a Socialist-Communist alliance to power? How does French economic strength depend on the Right remaining in power? How far can the French trust the basis of their new prosperity?
Presented by BRIAN WIDLAKE with PAUL GRIFFITHS , DAVID TAYLOR and ROBERT MCKENZIE
Producer PETER DUNKLEY Editor JOHN DEKKER
PHILIP JENKINSON presents a profile of the distinguished veteran German director and introduces the first of the films in the current World Cinema season
9.10 The Tiger of Eshnapur starring
Dcbra Paget , Paul Hubschmid
Fritz Lang 's two-part adventure set amidst the breathtaking scenery of Rajasthan has never been seen in Britain in an uncut subtitled version.
In The Tiger of Eshnapur a German architect incurs the hatred of his employer, the Maharajah, when they both fall in love with the same temple dancer.
Director FRITZ LANG
Buhuel's latest film The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie has just been released. Tonight TONY bilbow and PHILIP JENKINSON take a look at the fascinating career of this 72-year-old rebel who is one of the few innovators to reconcile outspoken views on sex, politics and religion with the demands of commercial cinema.
Producer BARRY BROWN
Executive producer MIKE FENTIMAN
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