An entertainment for children with Brian Cant
Guest for today Roy Castle
Producer ANN REAY
Ethel Merman , Marilyn Monroe Mitzi Gaynor , Donald O'Connor Dan Dailey , Johnnie Ray
A galaxy of Irving Berlin songs are the mainstay of this delightful musical about a large showbusiness family act.
Director WALTER LANG
Ready for the Show: ponies
Director JOHN BUSH
Producer PETER BRUCE
Chronicle tells the story of the late Professor Walter Emery 's search for Imhotep, the architect of the first pyramid who was later deified as God of Medicine.
Director PAUL JORDAN
Producer PAUL JOHNSTONE
Riding for a Fall: the jockey
Editor MICHAEL PAYNE
Scotland v SRU President's XV Commentator at Murrayfield
Introduced by Cliff Morgan
Series producer ALAN MOUNCER
(The Butcher's Legacy - the story of 7-a-side Rugby: Wednesday 7.35 BBC2)
Chairman Brian Redhead This week with Barbara Kelly and Peter Murray
Guest personalities help or hinder members of the public to guess the Password.
An addict's game-for punsters and crossworders.
Devised by MARK GOODSON , BILL TODMAN Director PEGGY WALKER Producer CECIL KORER
by DE MAUPASSANT. 3 : Madeleine
A live entertainment for Saturday Introduced by Joe Mclia with a little help from John Bird Among the main events:
Juliette Greco in one of her rare appearances on television in this country: with songs by Jacques Brel and Maurice Fanon.
' Each programme consists of carefully balanced dishes: a little steak (sometimes " au poivre "), fish, salad, the faintest hint of garlic, never an obvious sweet....'
Marriages by WILLIAM TREVOR
ZENA WALKER as Mrs Lansdowne ANN MORRISH as Mrs Swingland
' Marriage has nothing to do with perfection, nor perfection with marriage.'
Tibetan Bells: If you listen long and hard down into the bells, either you will go insane, or be propelled into enlightenment....' For 4,000 years Tibetan bells have been prized for their extraordinary purity and duration of tone. Traditionally used by praying lamas, tonight a group of Western musicians - HENRY WOLFF , NANCY HENNINGS and DREW GLADSTONE - explore an extraordinary range of sounds on their unique collection.
10.40 The Mike Gibbs Band
Jazz is usually defined as music improvised by a small group of performers. Yet ever since the 1920s composers and arrangers have worked with large ensembles. As styles of improvisation have changed so has big band orchestration: today's arrangers have to accommodate free-form.
Few writers, in England or America, have done this as successfully as composer MIKE GIBBS whose 15-piece orchestra perform two of his works in the studio.
125 Years of AA: People in our major cities are becoming concerned about the transformations taking place in their familiar surroundings. Why have the traditional achievements of British architects in creating livable communities apparently collapsed? The Architectural Association is perhaps one of the principal schools where this question is being asked. As well as presenting part of AA's anniversary exhibition, Full House tonight, discusses the future of architecture.
Director VERNON LAWRENCE Producers
NAOMI CAPON , TONY CASH MICHAEL MACINTYRE
Assistant editor TONY STAVEACRZ Editor BILL MORTON
Tyrone Power , Susan Hayward
Word comes to Rawhide, a lonely staging post, that four notorious killers have escaped from jail. Tension mounts as the killers trick their way into Rawhide and wait for the next day's stage which is known to be carrying a large sum of gold.
Director henry HATHAWAY
Milton R Corey