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: The Saturday Western: Comanche Territory

starring
Maureen O'Hara , Macdonald Carey Will Geer , Charles Drake
James Bowie , designer of the famous knife, tries to help the Comanches to hold their hard-won land against a ruthless gang of outlaws who have discovered that the Indian territory is rich in silver.
Director GEORGE SHERMAN Films: page 11

Contributors

Unknown: Maureen O'Hara
Unknown: MacDonald Carey
Unknown: Will Geer
Unknown: Charles Drake
Unknown: James Bowie
Director: George Sherman
James Bowie: MacDonald Carey
Katie: Maureen O'Hara
Dan'l Seeger: Will Geer
Stacey: Charles Drake
Quisima: Pedro de Cordoba
Walsh: Ian MacDonald
Pakanah :: Rick Vallin
Boozer: Parley Baer
Sam: James Best

: Chico and the Man

A comedy film series
Out of Sight
Ed is determined to do his duty and testify in Court in a road accident case. He is outraged when Chico suggests that Ed's failing eyesight will make him an unreliable witness.

Contributors

Ed: Jack Albertson
Chico: Freddie Prinze

: Play Away

starring Brian Cant with Toni Arthur
Derek Griffiths , Julie Stevens
Jonathan Cohen , Spike Heatley Alan Rushton
Today's a Play Away Away Day from the Bankside Globe Play-house in London.
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Designer KEN ledsham Producer ANN reay

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Cant
Unknown: Toni Arthur
Unknown: Derek Griffiths
Unknown: Julie Stevens
Unknown: Jonathan Cohen
Unknown: Spike Heatley
Unknown: Alan Rushton
Director: Jonathan Cohen
Designer: Ken Ledsham
Producer: Ann Reay

: Westminster

A closer look at the politicians, the tactics and progress of Parliament. Presented by PETER HILL
Editor JOHN ANDERSON

Contributors

Presented By: Peter Hill
Editor: John Anderson

: Open Door

: Rugby Special

Ulster v The Australians
On the Wallabies' last major tour in 1966, Ulster, with MIKE GIBSON at stand-off, gained a creditable draw. Gibson, now captain, will be striving to improve on that result. Commentator NIGEL STARMER-SMITH
Series producer BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Unknown: Mike Gibson
Commentator: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Producer: Bill Taylor

: News and Sport

Weather

: That Monday Morning Feeling

with Harold Williamson
A series of three programmes 3: The Property Developer
ALEXANDER SKEAPING intended to become a harpsichordist. Instead he became involved in property development. He began with f8,000 and at one time his property value grew to £250,000. He works hard and feels he has contributed to Georgian London by refurbishing old houses. But Skeaping was accused of ' gentrification ' - doing up old houses for well-heeled tenants; reducing the amount of cheap rental accommodation. He was also accused of winkling.
Producer IVOR DUNKERTON

Contributors

Unknown: Harold Williamson
Unknown: Alexander Skeaping
Producer: Ivor Dunkerton

: The Spire

Your heart was in your mouth all the way. It must have been the most vivid ten minutes' worth of film shown on television.
DAILY TELEGRAPH
MICK BURKE , the BBC cameraman who died so tragically on Everest, photographed the final dizzy climb of Salisbury Cathedral's Clerk of Works, to replace the aircraft warning lights 404 feet up on the very tip of the Cathedral spire.
Director JOHN BUSH

Contributors

Unknown: Mick Burke
Director: John Bush

: 2nd House

Introduced by Melvyn Bragg Saul Bellow
The eminent American novelist has just had his latest book Humboldt's Gift published. MELVYN BRAGG talks to him about it and his career.
The programme includes dramatisations by ANDREW DAVIES from Humboldt's Gift with and Designer DON Giles Producer BEN REA
Assistant editor TONY CASH Editor BILL MORTON

Contributors

Introduced By: Melvyn Bragg
Introduced By: Saul Bellow
Talks: Melvyn Bragg
Unknown: Andrew Davies
Designer: Don Giles
Producer: Ben Rea
Editor: Bill Morton
Charlie Citrine: Richard Pasco
Naomi: Betsy Blair
Denise: Caroline Blakiston
Humboldt: Marius Goring
Renata: Gayle Hunnicut
Kathleen: Gayla Osborne
Urbanovitch: Bill Reimbold
Barman: Bob Sessions

: Second City Firsts

A series of new plays from Birmingham
On the Good Ship Yacki-Hicki-Doola by BOB MASON
■ Here we all are then, having a jolly good time! ' It's Gaz, Bone-head and Paul, three big lads, working on a motorway, cooped up, all day long, in a very small hut.
Script editor PEDR JAMES Designer CHARLES M. BOND Producer TARA PREM Director LESLIE BLAIR

Contributors

Editor: Pedr James
Designer: Charles M. Bond
Producer: Tara Prem
Director: Leslie Blair
Gaz: David Threlfall
Bonehead: Christopher Neil
Paul: Lennox Greaves
Michael: Gerard Ryder

: The First Picture Show

A series presenting some of the best new films made by young film-makers at art colleges, film schools and polytechnics throughout Britain.
Zerox Culture: a film hy KAREY ASSELSTINE which re-combines mass-produced images and sounds to comment on the values of the culture which produces them.
Ellen: a striking and unusual film by CLAIRE MUSSELL about the thoughts and feelings of her young teenage sister Ellen.
Introduced by Gavin Millar film critic of The Listener
Producer MICHAEL DIBB

Contributors

Unknown: Claire Mussell
Introduced By: Gavin Millar
Producer: Michael Dibb

: Open Door

People Make Television Tonight:
North Devon Farm Workers An everyday story ...
' A group of us have got together to try to convey to you, the audience, the difference between the country yokel type of farm worker of yesteryear and the farm worker of today, who we think is a professional in his own right. We think (with respect) that the city dweller is very much in the dark as to the many aspects which include knowledge, ability, way of life, hours of work, climatic conditions, perks, tied or service houses, etc.'
Made by an ad hoc group of farm workers in co-operation with the BBC's Community Programme Unit

: News on 2

Weather

: Midnight Movie: Return from the Ashes

starring Maximilian Schell
Samantha Eggar , Ingrid Thulin Herbert Lom
Paris, 1938: Dr Michele Wolf , a Jewish radiologist, meets Stanislaus Pilgrin, a Pole whose one obsession is to become an International Chess Master. When the Nazis enter Paris, Stan marries Michele in a gesture of defiance. She is deported to Dachau where she is numbered among the thousands of victims of the 'Final Solution'. But is Michele really dead?
Producer and director j. LEE THOMPSON

Contributors

Unknown: Maximilian Schell
Unknown: Samantha Eggar
Unknown: Ingrid Thulin
Unknown: Dr Michele Wolf
Stanislaus: Maximilian Schell
Michele: Ingrid Thulin
Fabi: Samantha Eggar
Dr Charles Bovard: Herbert Lom
Claudine: Talitha Pol
Manager of Chess Club: Vladek Sheybal
First Detective: Jacques Brunius
Second Detective: Andre Maranne
Woman in train: Yvonne André
Man in train: John Serret
Mother in train: Pamela Stirling








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