Eleanor Powell James Stewart with Virginia Bruce Una Merkel
After four years in the navy, Ted Barker and his pal ' Gunny ' Saks return to New York and find themselves caught up in the glittering showbusiness world of Broadway.
This tuneful romantic musical features songs by Cole Porter including famous standards ' I've got you under my skin,' and ' Easy to love.'
Words and music by COLE PORTER Director ROY DEL RUTH
' Peppy .'Turner:
England v Pakistan Third day
Coverage including the closing overs direct from Headingley.
Introduced by PETER WEST
In this week's special edition the BBC's political editor, Hardiman Scott , looks back over the Parliamentary session to analyse the problems, tactics and achievements of the country's first minority government for more than 40 years.
How far were policies trimmed to meet the delicate political balance? What effects did the new Nationalist members have on the house? What does Europe feel about the minority situation? Are large Parliamentary majorities a thing of the past? HARDIMAN SCOTT reports.
Producer GORDON CARR
The second of four programmes from the best of 2nd House. Introduced by Melvyn Bragg Horslips
The Irish jig and the 12-bar blues did not have much in common, until HORSLIPS, a five-piece rock group from Dublin, found a way of marrying the two. Jeux et Masques
ANDRES BOSSARD, BERNIE SCHURCH and FLORIANA FRASSETTO are three young mime artists who got together in 1971 and have since achieved world-wide success with their unique programme of mime, in which they conjure up all sorts of insects, birds, animals - and humans - with the aid of some extraordinary masks. H. M. Bateman
A nostalgic look at the cartoons of H. M. BATEMAN , which provide a document of the taboos and conventions of the 20s and 30s. The Floating World
A film about the popular art of 18th- and 19th-century Japan. The coloured woodcuts of the time conjure up a dream-like world of beautiful but weird landscapes, warriors, exotically-dressed women, fantasy and nightmare. The film includes music specially written by KARL JENKINS of the 'Soft Machine.'
Producer TONY CASH
Assistant editor TONY STAVEACRE Editor BILL MORTON
Staveacre Editor Bill
BBC2 Snooker Championship
Tonight, the ninth frame in the 16-week series, features
Ray Reardon , 1974 World Professional Snooker Champion, against Rex Williams , World Professional Billiards Champion. Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee SYDNEY LEE
Commentator TED LOWE
Director JIM DUMIGHAN
Producer REG PERRIN (Birmingham)
by H. G. WELLS : dramatised in four parts by ALUN RICHARDS
Mr Lewisham was forced to leave Whortley, where he had spent idyllic hours with Ethel Hender son. Three years later he is attending the Normal School of Science in Kensington. Part 2
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Designer MOIRA TAIT
Producer MARTIN LlSEMORE
Director CHRISTOPHER BARRY
(Repeated: Thursday at 8.30 pm)
Miss Hay dinger:
Miss Ethel Henderson:
in a special 50-minute show from Scotland, sings the kind of music that she enjoys, and introduces her guests
With THE DIZ DISLEY TRIO The King's Singers Bill Simpson with BRIAN FAHEY and the SCOTTISH RADIO ORCHESTRA leader IAN TYRE
Script DEREK BRECHIN
Designer ALEX GOURLAY
Producer IAIN MACFADYEN
A series of four programmes 1: The Living Legend
Archie Hill endured a childhood of grim poverty in the Black Country which drove him away in disgust when he was 18.
Now in early middle age he returns with mixed feelings.
Producer DEREK SMITH (Birmingham)
starring Glenn Ford
Ingrid Thulin , Charles Boyer Lee J. Cobb , Paul Henreid
Two branches of a large Argentinian family find themselves on opposite sides during the German occupation of Paris.
Screenplay ROBERT ARDREY , JOHN GAY from the novel by VINCENTE BLASCO IBANEZ Director VINCENTE MINNELLI
Karl Von Hartrott: