Dorothy McGuire , Robert Young with Ina Claire , Olga Baclanova
Much as he loves his newly-wed young wife, David Naughton despairs of Claudia's childish dependence on her mother - but then something happens to change her entire outlook on life.
Director EDMUND GOULDING
(This Week's Films: page 9)
An entertainment for children with Brian Cant
RICK JONES , CHLOE ASHCROFT MAX HARVEY , DAVID ALDRIDGE
JONATHAN COHEN , SPIKE HEATLEY ALAN RUSHTON
Scripted and directed by ANNE GOBEY Producer ANN REAY
Going on Holiday: Who looks after your pet while you are away?
Director ALAN HAYLING
Producer PETER BRUCE
Father of the Turks
By his vitality, strength of will, and dynamic personality, MUSTAFA KEMAL dragged a beaten, backward country into the 20th century and was hailed as Kemal Ataturk - Father of the Turks. Introduced by MICHAEL ADAMS
Producer JULIA CAVE
Executive producer PAUL JOHNSTONE
The Juggernauts: from Farringdon, Berks, where heavy lorries thunder through day and night.
A close look at the politicians, the tactics and progress of Parliament.
Edifor MICHAEL PAYNE
Scottish Centenary Sevens
A tournament whose special style was born in the border country of Scotland.
Commentators CLIFF MORGAN and BILL MCLAREN
Directors bill MALCOLM. BILL TAYLOR Series producer ALAN MOUNCER
Chairman Brian Redhead This week with Joan Bakewell and Peter Noble
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 GUY DE MAUPASSANT: another chance to see this dramatisation in five parts by ROBERT MULLER 4.
Virginie Georges took Madame Walter and her two daughters to Rival's fencing match. Later Mme Walter agreed to meet Georges in a church which she planned to visit on the following day.
A live entertainment for Saturday Introduced by Joe Melia Among the main events:
Magdalena Buznea sings
Piaf MAGDALENA BUZNEA , busker extraordinary, was first discovered singing the songs of Edith Piaf in the London Underground station tunnel at Tottenham Court Road. But for Magdalena singing is a second career. Before setting up home in Britain in 1969 she was one of Romania's leading actresses.
Months of frustration seeking work in the theatre led Magdalena to music. Tonight you can hear her interpret some of the songs Edith Piaf made famous.
W. H. Auden
He is one of our greatest living poets. After a long voluntary exile in America, Auden is now once more living in England and tonight will be reading some of his work.
Burnt Out, Blown Out and Broke Pictures and ballads of the American Dust Bowl catastrophe in the 1930s which made farmers of the Great Plains face drought, duststorms and starvation. Presented by BOB REINDERS and FRED BAZIER.
10.5 Blue Bitch
A play by SAM SHEPHERD
With BETH PORTER , REX STALLINGS RICHARDSON MORGAN, BEN BENISON 'Sell the bitch. Already she's been born to some little man in County Cork, raised on a farm, running wild, schooled to the hare, trialed in at Limerick, sold to Florida, shipped back to Ireland, shipped down to Hackney, sold to me, gone in season, trialed, raced, and now I'm selling her again. What a life. How can I ever repay her.'
Equally at home in plainsong or pop, Matrix is a group dedicated to breaking down barriers in music. They were founded three years ago by clarinettist ALAN HACKER and their musical journey tonight takes in 12th-century Spain, Renaissance Italy and a modern love-song; as well as an unexpected arrangement of the popular hymn, Amazing Grace.
Most respectable robots hold down steady jobs in factories or laboratories. Those in the studio tonight, however, are more eccentric and less of a technological threat to mankind: presented by ROGER RUSKIN SPEAR , member of the late Bonzo Dog Band, the mechanical and electrical humanoids will include a policeman who blows his mind as well as an erratic stripper.
Director VERNON LAWRENCE Producers NAOMI CAPON
TONY CASH, MICHAEL MACINTYRE
Assistant editor TONY STAVEACRE Editor BILL MORTON
(Robotic delights: page 4)
starring Marilyn Monroe Jane Russell with Charles Coburn
The magic and myth of Marilyn - here seen in one of her first starring roles - in Anita Loos's classic 20s comedy about a 'Little Girl from Little Rock' and her friend who go to Paris to prove that 'Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend.'
Director HOWARD HAWKS
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Sir Francis Beekman:
Henry Spofford III: