The four-page supplement of 1974 Open University programmes, as printed in Radio Times, is obtainable from the Open University, [address removed]
Starring Judy Garland with Margaret O'Brien, Mary Astor, Leon Ames
An affectionate story of family life in St Louis at the turn of the century featuring Judy's perennial hit, 'The Trolley Song.'
This Week's Films: page 12
Based on the book by:
Mrs Anna Smith:
Mr Alonzo Smith:
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra with Woody Herman and Joe Williams Modern Jazz Quartet
Tim Weisberg Quintet Johnny Otis Rhythm and Blues Show with JIMMY RUSHING, BIG JOE TURNER and EDDIE ' CLEANHEAD ' VINSON
Highlights from the 13th Annual Monterey Festival held in 1970: a chance to see and hear some of the big names in jazz and blues.
The late DUKE ELLINGTON talks about his life and his music and, with his orchestra, provides the high spot of the festival: including performances of his ' Afro-Eurasian Suite,' ' Satin Doll' and ' Don' get around much anymore.'
A film by NORMAN ABBOTT
BBC2 Snooker Championship John Pulman former World Champion against
Graham Miles losing finalist 1974 World Championship.
The last chance to qualify for the semi-finals.
Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee SYDNEY LEE
Commentator TED LOWE
Director jim DUMIGHAN
Producer REG PERRIN (Birmingham)
A new historical thriller in four parts by Bill Craig with Ian Ogilvy as Dominic Allardyce and Roddy McMillan as Gillespie, Victor Carin as Moray, John Carlisle as Lethington and Alex McAvoy as Puddock
1565. The barque Virgin of Leith creeps slowly through a sea mist homeward bound to Scotland from France. She carries three passengers. One is a soldier of fortune, Dominic Allardyce, lately of the French King's Garde Ecossaise. His companion is Puddock, a frog-like mountebank, recently met on the Dieppe quay-side. The third is a morose and anonymous Frenchman - and his puppet doll.
(BBC Scotland) (Repeated: Thursday at 8.30 pm)
(Ian Ireland appears by permission of the Young Lyceum Co, Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh)
Gilles de Mere:
Introduced by Melvyn Bragg
This extraordinary beautiful tender lovely woman, caught up in this unbelievably abysmal life, hardly able to hold her mind together with this absolute intensity of purpose that she's going to succeed. She's going to become a great movie star.
In the studios of KCET, Los Angeles, MELVYN BRAGG meets Norman Mailer to talk about his biography of Marilyn Monroe.
The biography complements a collection of photographs of the star who was in her time the most sought-after photographic subject in the world. She died on 5 August 1962, aged 36. Despite her extraordinary world-wide appeal, her personality remains enigmatic. Also included in the programme, MARILYN MONROE on film in scenes from The Prince and the Show-girl, Some Like It Hot and The Misfits.
Producers BEN REA. JOHN REYNOLDS Assistant editor TONY STAVEACRE Editor BILL MORTON
4: Come Saturday
Archie Hill ends his journey of the Black Country by discovering something of their leisure activities. Pigeon racing, whippets. barefisted fighting and a typical Black Country pub-night are all part of the Saturday scene.
Producer DEREK SMITH (Birmingham)
starring Tyrone Power
Ava Gardner , Mel Ferrer Errol Flynn , Eddie Albert
A group of expatriate Americans wandering aimlessly round Europe in the 1920s become involved with a footloose British aristocrat.
Screenplay by PETER VIERTEL based on the novel by ERNEST HEMINGWAY Director HENRY KING
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