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Victor Mature , Hedy Lamarr with George Sanders , Angela Lansbury One of the most spectacular Biblical epics ever made by the un-challenged master of the art, Cecil B. DeMille.
Producer and director CECIL b. DEMILLE This Week's Films: page 19
Saran of Gaza:
An entertainment for children starring Brian Cant with Toni Arthur
Jonathan Cohen , Spike Heatley Alan Rushton and this week's guests
Julie Covington , David Wood
Brian and company play away with music, songs, puzzles and comedy.
Scriptwriter and director CAROLE WARD Producer ANN REAY
The Bold Bad Bus, stories in verse from Play Away, 11.60, from bookshops
A Western film series starring with guest stars James Olson Sam Elliott , Tom Selleck Death Bait
Jelly's past catches up with him, creating a dangerous situation not only for himself, but Murdoch and Teresa as well.
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
The making of the weeny hopper singing stars.
Producer JAMES KENELM CLARKE Editor ADAM CLAPHAM
A close look at the politicians, the tactics and progress of Parliament. Presented by PETER HILL
Editor MICHAEL PAYNE
Australia v England from Perth: Second day highlights from
North v Midlands
New coach JOHN BURGESS , along with his fellow selectors, are endeavouring to find the right formula to take England to the top of the 1975 Championship.
The abilities and skills of the first-class players all over the country cannot be denied. Last year more than three-quarters of the National side came from the North and Midlands, but the competition this afternoon, to remain in favour or gain favour, is bound to be keen.
Commentator at Headingley NIGEL STARMER-SMITH
Television presentation JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
Series producer BILL TAYLOR
by STORM JAMESON : dramatised in three parts by ALEXANDER BARON
Stephen has married Olivia and discovered Sir Henry's secret. Lady Chatteney threatens legal proceedings. Part 3
Producer WILLIAM SLATER Director TIMOTHY COMBE
Lady Renee Chatteney:
Sir Henry Chatteney:
Continuing this series of conversations about the theatre
Sir John Gielgud talks about actors, who, whatever the play, remain recognisably themselves.
Producer JOHN DRUMMOND
Introduced by Melvyn Bragg and including
The Juniper Tree
A new selection of stories by the Brothers Grimm, translated and illustrated by MAURICE SENDAK , restores to these fairy tales their original strength and complexity. After all, as'Sendak explains in this film about his work as an illustrator, they were never intended for children in the first place.
' You can'mistake a painting of a plate of spaghetti for a painting of a crucifix.'
JAMES ROSENQUIST , 40-year-old pop painter, explains why he prefers to work with real images rather than abstract images. Interviewed in his New York studio by MELVYN BRAGG , Rosenquist talks about the current exhibition of his work at the Mayor Gallery in London. Memorial
PETER REDGROVE is best known as a poet but his latest work, The Terrors of Dr Treviles, is a novel, written in collaboration with young author PENELOPE SHUTTLE. Not surprisingly the book is, partly, about poetry. What is the connection between poetry and magic? Or poetry and dreams? Or even poetry and mental health ... ? At their home in Falmouth, the authors talk about the ideas behind the book.
Wouldn'it be fun not to be famous?
Wouldn'it be fun not to be rich? Wouldn'it be fun
To be nearly anyone
Except me - mixed up me!
At the Mermaid Theatre in London, an entertainment devised by BENNY GREEN and ALAN STRACHAN celebrates the spirit of COLE PORTER.
2nd House presents highlights from the show, with RAY CORNELL LUCY FENWICK , PETER GALE BILL KERR , JULIA MCKENZIE
ROD MCLENNAN , KENNETH NELSON ELIZABETH POWER
ANGELA RICHARDS , UNA STUBBS
Designer j. ROGER LOWE
Directors DAVID HEYCOCK ISendak) DELLA WASSERMAN (Rosenquist) NIGEL WILLIAMS (Memorial) TONY STAVEACRE (Cole)
Producers TONY CASH, JOHN MAPPLEBECK Assistant editor TONY STAVEACRE Editor BILL MORTON
Joseph Cooper as questionmaster invites you to match your musical wits against Dorothy Tutin Robin Ray , Richard Baker
Guest musician Anna Reynolds
Director DENIS MORIARTY
Producer WALTER TODDS
Programmes made specially for audiences in the BBC Regions and now seen for the first time throughout the United Kingdom. Down and Out (BBC Wales)
Harry Davies, once an international circus clown, is now down and out in Cardiff. Because he has no home, he has no money, so he begs for food and sleeps rough in and around the city centre. Harry is not alone. Nowadays, most cities have their ' dossers.' What sort of people are they?
Producer BRIAN TURVEY
starring Margaret Sullavan James Stewart
In a small German university town in 1933.. life is good for Professor Roth and his daughter Freya. But when the Nazis come to power Roth faces disgrace and persecution.
Produced and directed by FRANK BORZAGE This Week's Films: page 19
Otto Von Rohn: