Jeanette MacDonald , Nelson Eddy with George Sanders , Ian Hunter
Noel Coward 's delicate romance in which a Victorian belle elopes from her wealthy London home to poverty with her singing teacher in Vienna.
Director w. s. VAN DYKE II
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Baron von Tranisch:
An entertainment for children with Brian Cant
CAROL CHELL , DEREK GRIFFITHS
JONATHAN COHEN , SPIKE HEATLEY ROGER SWALLOW
People and places - music and jokes. Games for indoors and out.
Scriptwriter CAROLE WARD Director ANN REAY
Producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Pigeons: performing pigeons, racing pigeons and fancy pigeons of all shapes and colours.
Director CHRISTOPHER SYKES Producer PETER BRUCE
with Magnus Magnusson
Every traveller coming added to the general defacement of the statuary within his reach. It was no part of my original plan to bring away anything but my models ...
The story of the ' Elgin Marbles.'
Producer JULIA CAVE
Executive producer PAUL JOHNSTONE
If Only We Cou!d Afford It
The cost of higher living standards often means higher rents. Man Alive at Thamesmead.
A close look at the politicians, the tactics and the progress of Parliament.
Editor MICHAEL PAYNE
County Championship Semi-Final Replay
North Midlands v Lancashire
A fortnight ago these two sides ended their match in deadlock at nine points all. Today they play again for the right to meet the holders, Gloucestershire.
Commentator at the Reddings, Moseley, CLIFF MORGAN
Series producer ALAN MOUNCER
A second chance to see this serial in four parts based on the unfinished novel by R. L. STEVENSON dramatised by TOM WRIGHT Part 3
Match your musical wits against Joyce Grenfell
Bernard Levin , Robin Ray
Guest musician Malcolm Williamson
Chairman Joseph Cooper
Producer WALTER TODDS
Director DENIS MORIARTY
Introduced by Joe Melia from an old abandoned church, converted for the occasion into a theatre studio. Among the main events:
Extracts from 'Jock'
This is a one-man pageant of Scottish history performed by Glasgow-born Russell Hunter ('Lonely' in the Callan TV series). In anecdote and lecture, 'Jock' dramatises some of the events that have bedevilled the relations between our two nations - and among the Scots themselves.
To discuss how representative Jock is of present-day Scottish attitudes, the author, W. Gordon Smith, will be invited to answer questions from the audience.
Glasgow's own JSD Band playing jigs and reels in the folk/rock idiom
Jim Divers (bass and vocals) Des Coffield (guitar and vocals) Sean O'Rourke (banjo and vocals) Lindsay Scott (violin) Colin Finn (drums)
The Man Who Knew About Electricity
A play written for Full House by Alasdair Gray
With Leslie Mackie, Barry Keegan, Jon Yule, James Gibson
'You see, we're not working class. We're... how could I put it... we're casualty class. And now this whole area - the part not knocked down I mean - is populated by casualties: unemployed people, and old-age pensioners, and moral casualties like me, and sentimental casualties like her.'
Artifactory is a group of young Glasgow artists who have designed the environment in which tonight's programme is taking place. They will show how the church (Elgin Congregational Church, Bath Street) has been transformed after lying empty and unused for almost a decade.
There are many buildings in Glasgow, like the church, at present lying vacant, under-used or in need of renovation. There are a number of groups in Glasgow with positive ideas about how they would like to use them.
The programme includes a short film about these people and places; and representatives of Local Authority discuss, with the audience, problems involved in reclaiming decrepit buildings.
Song for Glasgow Competition
Out of the hundreds of entries received, three will be selected for performance before the Glasgow audience who will be the judges. Although references to kilts, heather, gloaming or haggis have not actually been banned from the contest, it is unlikely that the winning songs will feature such subjects.
starring Hardy Kruger
Stanley Baker , Micheline Presle
When a beautiful young French-woman is found murdered in a fashionable London mews house, a young artist becomes the main suspect.
Director JOSEPH LOSEY
(This Week's Films: p 9. The tough guy who plays for real: see feature pages)
Jan Van Rooyen: