Mrs Eleanor Cook and Mr George PluckweU
Starring Jim Hutton, Paula Prentiss , Jack Carter with Jim Backus
An accident-prone army officer is sent to an occupied Pacific island with orders to capture a dangerous Japanese guerilla.
Director RICHARD THORPE
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Lt Merle Wye:
Lt Molly Blue:
Lt William Monck:
in Bar-B-Q Magoo . and Cast Iron Magoo
An entertainment for children starring Brian Cant with Toni Arthur , Lionel Morton Chloe Ashcroft , Jonathan Cohen Spike Heatley , Alan Rushton
Brian and company play away with music, songs, puzzles and comedy.
Director PETER CHARLTON Producer ANN REAY
The Bold Bad Bus, stories In versa from Play Away. £1.60, from bookshops
A Western film series starring with guest stars
Tim O'Connor , Diana Ewing Ken Swofford , William Mims
Splinter Group: Scott is saved from death in the desert by a group of half-starved fugitives.
A close look at the politicians, the tactics and progress of Parliament. Presented by PETER HILL
Editor MICHAEL PAYNE
Introduced by NIGEL STARMER-SMITH Edinburgh v Glasgow
The inter-district match between Scotland's principal cities puts on show many of the best players north of the border.
Last season Glasgow won the district competition and this victory was due in no small way to the efforts of their pack which included Scotland's props IAN MCLAUCHLAN and SANDY CAR-
The inter-city rivalry is age-old and this afternoon's match should provide an example of Scottish rugby at its best.
Commentator at Murrayfield BILL MCLAREN
Series producer BILL TAYLOR
by STORM JAMESON
Dramatised in three parts by ALEXANDER BARON
Colette Hyde, attracted by Stephen's good looks and his knowledge of certain confidential memoirs, takes him as her lover. Part 2
(For cast see Thursday at 7.55 pm)
Sir John Gielgud talks about the personality and achievements of that legendary actress, MRS PATRICK CAMPBELL.
Producer JOHN DRUMMOND
and his Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall , featuring the majority of the songs Kaempfert has made famous.
Director BRUCE COWERS
A celebration of the C of E with Sir John Betjeman
It was in Norfolk, rowing with his father on the River Bure , that the eight-year-old JOHN BETJEMAN first noticed a church tower outlined against the sky. Now, 60 years later, the Poet Laureate returns to the Diocese of Norwich. He celebrates the art and architecture of its spectacular churches, and looks with humour and affection at the daily life of the church in town and country.
Sir John visits medieval churches, rich in painted glass and carving, and the Edwardian parish church at Sandringham on the Queen's private estate. The ladies of the Mothers' Union picnic in the Cathedral cloisters; a pilgrimage processes through a Norfolk garden; in a motor cruiser, the Chaplain of the Broads rounds up his floating congregation for Easter Service. The climax of the film is Easter Day, beginning with rites at sunrise on the eastern-most tip of Britain.
Producer EDWARD MIRZOEFF
Joseph Cooper as questionmaster with Joyce Grenfell
Richard Baker , Patrick Moore Guest musician David Munrow
Director DENIS MORIARTY
Producer WALTER TODDS
A series of programmes made specially for audiences in the BBC Regions and now seen countrywide.
Tonight: Road to Ruin or Riches? (BBC South West)
What will happen when the M5 reaches Devon and Cornwall next year? Hugh Scully 's report ranges from Windermere - where an M-Way crosses the Lake District-to Widecombe.
Cameraman COLIN ROWE
Film editor GEOFF CRAWFORD Producer DAVID WAY
starring Marilyn Monroe, Clark Gable , Montgomery Clift
Four 'misfits' meet in the shifting, casual society of Reno.
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