starring Betty Hutton
The life and time of Texas Guinan, one of America's most famous night-club entertainers.
Director GEORGE MARSHALL
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An entertainment for children with Brian Cant
This new series of Play Away begins with four ' Play Away Away Days.' During the summer Brian and his friends have been on the road visiting people and places as far apart as Bakewell and Greenock.
A look around a mammoth's lair in Derbyshire is just one of the happenings in today's 'Play Away Away Day,' together with the usual songs, games and jokes.
Cameraman DAVID JACKSON
Film editor CHRISTOPHER ROWLANDS Producer ANN REAY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
A BBC record, No RBT 19, with songs and games from Play Away. will be available from all record shops from 2 November, price 95p
In freshwater, there's a complex food web; special camerawork reveals normally invisible secrets.
(Shortened repeat of a programme first shown in The World About Us)
Esther Rantzen at the Chelsea Flower Show.
A close look at the politicians, the tactics and progress of Parliament.
(Repeated: Sunday at 4.5 pm)
introduced by Nigel Starmer-Smith
In the Scottish Borders, as in Wales, rugby is king, and today's match between these age-old rivals should produce all the traditional elements of Scots border rugby.
A brisk stroll down the funnier side of Fleet Street showing the comical things that happen in Britain's River of Ink: or, to put it another way, if it turns you on...
Featuring Julian Orchard, Anna Quayle, William Rushton
and Norman Chappell, Barbara Evans, Roland MacLeod, Paul McDowell
with special guest John Bird
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A documentary entertainment spoken, sung, written and performed by former National Servicemen
Introduced by Melvyn Bragg
Ask any man who reached the age of 18 between 1947 and 1961 what are his most vivid memories of that period, he will almost certainly answer: 'My two-year stint with HM Forces.'
Tonight Acker Bilk, Ronnie Corbett, Nicholas Harman, Michael Parkinson, novelist Gordon Williams and volunteers from the general public relive their National Service experiences.
In the studio there'll be music from a jazz group led by Acker Bilk; bandsmen, including journalist Nicholas Tomalin; and from a Russian choir led by Carwyn Jones, manager of the British Lions Rugby Team.
Comedy routines by Rogers and Starr, who launched their career as a drag act in the RAF.
Dramatised scenes from novels about life in the services:
"The Camp" by Gordon M. Williams
and "The Breaking of Bumbo" by Andrew Sinclair
Also taking part: David Caute, Richard Crossman, MP and General Sir Brian Horrocks
Interviewee/Jazz group led by:
Choir led by:
Writer (The Camp):
SAC Ritchie Brown:
SAC Harry Truman:
Writer (The Breaking of Bumbo):
by Charlotte Bronte
Dramatised in five parts by Robin Chapman
[Starring] Michael Jayston as Rochester and Sorcha Cusack as Jane
Jane has fallen in love with Rochester but it seems inevitable that he will marry Blanche. Mrs Reed, on her death-bed, told Jane that she deliberately suppressed news that would have been to Jane's advantage.
Selections from the series starring Eleanor Bron, John Bird and Barrie Ingham
Written by MICHAEL FRAYN and ELEANOR BRON With JOHN BIRD
Music JACK EMBLOW
Design IAN RAWNSLEY
Producer ROBERT CHETWYN
Director VERNON LAWRENCE
Starring Jean Gabin, Ida Lupino, Thomas Mitchell, Claude Rains
Bobo, a shiftless dock labourer, saves a lonely desolate girl from suicide; but it is Bobo himself, haunted by the fear that he once killed a man while drunk, who really needs saving - from aimless drunkenness and the insatiable demands of Tiny, an insidious blackmailer.
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