Starring Judy Garland, Van Heflin, Van Johnson, Dinah Shore, Lucille Bremer,
Robert Walker as Jerome Kern
Guest stars include June Allyson, Kathryn Grayson, Lena Home, Tony Martin and Frank Sinatra
The life story of Jerome Kern, featuring his most famous songs
(This Week's Films: page It)
Sally, as a girl:
Mrs Jerome Kern:
James I Hessler:
An entertainment for children with Brian Cant, Carol Chell, Derek Griffiths, Lionel Morton, Rosie Jeavons, Paul Reade, Spike Heatley, Roger Swallow
all animals can carry diseases communicable to man - your pet is no exception.
Three thousand years ago Bronze Age priests in Scandinavia used to cover rock faces with carvings of ships. These strange ships are one of the great riddles of Scandinavian archaeology.
Professor Sverre Marstrander of Oslo University Museum has studied them for 17 years and has re-created one: Magnus Magnus son reports on the design, building and testing at sea of this craft whose like has not been seen for 2,500 years.
Producers PER SIMMONAES and PAUL JOHNSTONE
The Ceremonial Man - Retired
JOHN PERCIVAL meets Colonel Eric Hefford
A close look at the politicians, the tactics and progress of Parliament.
Introduced by Cliff Morgan
Scotland's appearance at Twickenham this afternoon offers them the chance of winning three of Rugby Union's major titles.
(Out and About People: page 3)
Match your musical wits for the last time in this series against Joyce Grenfell, Robin Ray, Patrick Moore
Chairman Joseph Cooper
by Guy de Maupassant
Another chance to see this dramatisation in five parts by Robert Muller
A live entertainment for Saturday Introduced by Joe Melia with a little help from
John Bird and Michael Palin
Among the main events:
Their music gave rise to a new expression in pop - Afro-rock. Some of the group are from the West Indies, some from Africa. They play electric guitars, reeds, brass and a remarkable assortment of drums and percussion instruments.
The Filleting Machine
A play by TOM HADAWAY
' Wi' no education yor nee good ti anybody but yorsel'. Which leaves ye wi nee choice, but ti get on. See that? That's all ye need. A good filleting knife. That's the instrument. Carve yorsel' a career.'
The British Soccer Dance
To lure viewers away from Match of the Day, Full House has invited choreographer GILLIAN LYNNE to stage her own 'match in movement' in the studio, to a musical score by DUDLEY MOORE.
Complete with referee, trainer and teams, this 'Soccer Ballet' pays tribute to the British sporting institution and provides a role as well for JOE MELIA.
10.50 The House that Jack Built
And this is the mess at the end of it all
This is the mess in which they all fall,
Poor people all confused and forlorn
Because of the House that Jack Built
In response to an appeal by the St Albans Shelter Group, some 20 modern poets have contributed to an anthology, edited by Brian Patten and Pat Krett, which draws attention to the plight of the homeless.
The collection will be published on 26 March. Tonight Full House presents a sequence of poetry on this theme, read by BRIAN PATTEN, ALAN BROWNJOHN, GLENDA JACKSON, and others; music, ANDY ROBERTS.
Reckoned to be the greatest French composer since Ravel, his music combines elements of religion, birdsong, sensuality, rag-time and orientalism in a mixture that commands an almost fanatical devotion from his followers.
Tonight he and his wife, the pianist YVONNE LORIOD, play a movement from his two-piano work Visions de VAmen.
Director VERNON LAWRENCE
Producers NAOMI CAPON, TONY CASH, MICHAEL MACINTYRE
Assistant editor TONY STAVEACRE
Editor BILL MORTON
Starring Lana Turner, John Forsythe, Ricardo Montalban, Burgess Meredith
with Constance Bennett, Keir Dullea
Separated from husband and son, Holly Parker descends to the depths of degradation; but fate still has a surprise in store.
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Clay Jr (as a child):
Clay Jr (grown Up):