starring Dale Rabertson
Mara Corday , Jock Mahoncy
Jagade, one of the last of the professional gunfighters, cannot accept that his days of earning big money are over. He rides into a small, peaceful town whose Marshal, Burnett, owes his life to the gun-fighter, who is the kind of man to take advantage of the debt.
Director HARMON JONES Films: page 8
starring Jack Albertson as Ed and Freddie Prinze as Chico The Doctor Story
Trying to cajole, bully or trick Ed into seeing a doctor about his painful arm may be fractionally less difficult than moving a mountain. But there's not much in it.
> for children starring
Brian Cant with Toni Arthur
Chloe Ashcroft , David Wood
Jonathan Cohen , Spike Heatley Alan Rushton , Bob Falloon
Brian and company play away with music, songs, puzzles and comedy.
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Designer TOM YARDLEY JONES Director PETER CHARLTON Producer ANN REAY
Play Away. a BBC record of songs, jokes and games from the programme, No RBT 19, available from record shops, price 99p
A closer look at the politicians, tactics and progress of Parliament. Presented by PETER HILL
Editor MICHAEL PAYNE
The Pre-School Playgroups Association
Cardiff v The Australians
The Australians play the second match of their tour at the National Stadium, Cardiff, against a strong home side captained by GERALD DAVIES. Cardiff must be looked on as one of the strongest club sides the Australians will meet and victory today for the tourists will do much for their confidence when they later play the more exacting representative fixtures.
Commentator NIGEL STARMER-SMITH
Director DEWI GRIFFITHS
Series producer BILL TAYLOR
with Harold Williamson
What makes people do the job they do? A series of three programmes about the chronic housing shortage.
Two bailiffs, Roger Mann and Peter Yeo, deliver notices of distress to people who fall behind with their rents. If you haven't paid the rent in five days, furniture will be removed and auctioned. They are hard men who take a hard line, and regard the human race cynically. "I've been offered money, sex - from men and women. I turn them down. There's a job to be done no matter what, I'm afraid."
Producer Ivor Dunkerton
Harold Williamson Interviewee: Roger
Introduced by Melvyn Bragg Dory Previn
In this very personal film portrait, DORY PREVIN, singer/ songwriter, talks to HARLEY coKLiss about her life, especially as it is reflected in her songs.
The film features 11 of her best songs including: ' 'Atlantis,' Esther's First Communion,' ' Mary C. Brown and the Hollywood Sign,' ' Did Jesus Have a Baby Sister? ' -recorded at a concert she gave earlier this year at Chapman College in Orange, California.
2nd House had repeatedly invited Dory Previn to appear here but she never managed the trip. She hates travelling and refuses to fly. So we flew to Southern California.
PETER JAMESON. ROBERT WACIITELL Film editor CHARLES CHABOT Producer HARLEY COKLlSS
Assistant editor TONY CASH Editor BILL MORTON
A series of new plays from Birmingham.
Hull Truck in The Writing on the Wall, devised and directed by Mike Bradwell
Rosie lectures at the Poly, Suki runs a boutique and John rarely does anything. They all live together, and for visitors like Kevin, they can be terrifying.
A series presenting some of the best new films made by young film-makers at art colleges, film schools and polytechnics throughout Britain. Including:
Sleight of Hand: a film by DAVID WHEATLEY in which a sculptor and a carpenter play cinematic conjuring tricks on one another.
Buzz Off: a cartoon by HENRY LUTMAN about the life and death of a fly, seen from the perspective of the fly itself.
Voyelles: a film by ANDREW PID-DlNGTON, based on a poem by Rimbaud, uses an impressionistic collage of photographs, music, sound effects, original graphics and images from old movies to evoke the mind and imagination of the visionary French poet. Introduced by Gavin Millar film critic of The Listener
Producer MICHAEI DIBB
People Make Television Tonight:
So You Think It's a Free Country
Wrongful arrest, refusal of bail, conspiracy, discovering your address is on a secret credit black-list. Problems like these are the daily concern of the National Council for Civil Liberties.
'It's easy enough to turn a blind eye when somebody else's rights are infringed. You never forget when it happens to you.'
Made by NCCL in co-operation with the BBC Community Programme Unit
starring Anion Diffring
Erika Remborg, Yvonne Monlaur with Donald Pleasence
Jane Hylton, Kenneth Griffith
Dr Rossiter, a brilliant plastic surgeon, miscalculates a delicate operation, and flees to France where he acquires a new face and identity as Dr Bernard Schuler. He buys a derelict circus and staffs it with wanted criminals whose faces he has altered.
Director SYDNEY HAYERS. Films: page 8
Insp Arthur Ames:
(as a child)