Story:Henry Hatterwritten by DAPHNE JONES Presenters
CAROL CHELL , FRED HARRIS
The Roses Match
Yorkshire v Lancashire from Headingley
Coverage of the closing overs in this traditional Bank Holiday fixture.
Introduced by PETER WEST
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD
JIM LAKER and FREDDIE TRUEMAN
with Alan Watson. News Summary Preceded by Weather
Associate producer JOHN REYNOLDS Producer CHRISTOPHER CAPRON
The fourth of a series of six films about sixth-formers. Bernard Turnbull
Matthew Boulton Technical College,
Birmingham BERNARD TURNBULL is an unusual sixth former - he is 30 years old.
He left school at 16 and worked his way up to be a sales manager before realising that ideas interested him more than profits. So now he wants to study for a university degree, but first he has one year at technical college in which to get the necessary A-level passes.
Bernard believes that education means more than passing examinations. As President of the Students' Union he helps to organise social activities which provide a meeting place outside the classroom for the college's 7,000 students.
Producer CLEM VALLANCE
This week's special feature Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra with The Cannonball Adderley Quintet, Count Basie and his Orchestra, Sarah Vaughan and her Trio, Joe Williams
Take one of the most luxurious passenger liners in the world, fill it with the greatest jazz entertainers alive; cruise into and around the Caribbean, and you have the story of this new series. The first episode takes the Jazz Ship out of New York, and heading south to Nassau. It's Jazz all the way for the next five weeks.
Commentary Peter Clayton
Film Cameramen David Jackson and Bob Sleigh
Sound Alan Fox, Dennis Cartwright, Malcolm Hill
Producer John Duncan
Lionel Hampton and his
The Cannonball Adderley
Count Basie and his
Sarah Vaughan and her
starring Orson Welles with Joseph Cotten , Agnes Moorehead
Dorothy Comingore , Everett Sloane 'Here is a man who could have been President, who was as loved and hated and as talked about as any man in our time, but when he comes to die, he's got something on his mind called Rosebud. Now what does that mean?'
Following last night's Salute to Orson Welles , 'Citizen Kane,' often voted the finest film of all time, opens a short season of his work on BBC2.
Screenplay by ORSON WELLES and H. MANKIEWICZ
Producer and director ORSON WELLES . Films: page 11
James W Gettys:
Walter Parks Thatcher:
Kane (aged 8):
Presented by Angela Rippon Weather
ROBERT GLADWELL reads The Conformers' by THOMAS HARDY