An entertainment for children starring
Toni Arthur , Taiwo Ajai
Lionel Morton , Jonathan Cohen Spike Heatley , Alan Rushton and featuring
Susie the Parrot
Brian and Company play away with music, songs, puzzles and comedy.
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Designer VIC MEREDITH
Director CHRISTINE SECOMBE Producer ANN REAY
Hey You , a BBC record of songs from the programme, No REC 209, is available from record shops, price 11.79
A triple bill of classic comedies from Hollywood's Golden Age.
Laurel and Hardy: Way Out West with James Finlayson
Stan and Ollie as two unlikely-looking prospectors, journey west to Brushwood Gulch with the deed to a valuable gold mine.
The highlight of Way Out West is, of course, our two heroes performing their celebrated version of ' The Trail of the Lonesome Pine,' which recently raced up the top 20 record charts.
Director JAMES W. HORNE
W. C. Fields:
My Little Chickadee also starring Mae West with Joseph Calleia and Dick Foran
Mae West and W. C. Fields, cherished as one of the outstanding screen combinations of all time, blend their colourful personalities in this riotous comedy of American frontier days.
Director EDWARD CLINE
The Marx Brothers:
At the Circus starring
Groucho, Chico and Harpo with Kenny Baker , Florence Rice
Eve Arden , Margaret Dumont
When Wilson 's Wonder Circus is threatened with ruin, its owner, young Jeff Wilson , hires ' legal eagle' J. Cheever Loophole (Groucho) to solve the problem. With Chico as Antonio, the circus's general handyman, and Harpo as Punchy, assistant to the strong man, Groucho has quite a job on his hands -not to mention the attractively wealthy Mrs Dukesbury.
Director EDWARD BUZZELL
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Cuthbert J Twillie:
Flower Belle Lee:
J Cheever Loophole:
Little Professor Atom:
Introduced by NIGEL STARMER -SMITH England v Australia
The last time these two countries met at Twickenham it ended with a convincing victory for England - 20 points to 3. Since then, Australia have wreaked their revenge in both Sydney and Brisbane during England's tour last summer.
No one will dispute the wealth of talent that England selectors can draw on and it is only a matter of time before the correct blend is found to restore England to her former glory. In spite of the Australians' proven speed and agility, they could find themselves at the receiving end of England's recovery this afternoon.
Commentator at Twickenham
Series producer BILL TAYLOR
Cleo Laine and John Dankworth Britain's ambassadors of good music entertain more of their show-business friends at their home in Buckinghamshire.
Michael and Mary Parkinson join the Dankworths in an exchange of words and music.
Producer DON SAYER
Dramatised in six parts: part 1 starring
Stanley Baker , Sian Phillips
Life is harsh but uncomplicated in the Rhondda Valleys. The Morgans are a happy and united family but as the new century approaches the younger generation is restless.
by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
The New York Shakespeare Festival production by JOSEPH PAPP , With
Kathleen Widdoes as Beatrice Sam Waterston as Benedick
The fiery Beatrice and the incorrigibly talkative Benedick are two people whom everyone - except themselves-can see are made for each other. This production is set in the small-town America of 1910, where the characters step into high-button shoes and spats amid such post-Shakespeare innovations as the motor car, cigarette-puffing symbols of early Women's Lib-and the Keystone Kops.
Verges, his deputy.WILL MACKENZIE
Music by PETER LINK
Director A. j. ANTOON
Leonato, the Governor:
Hero, Leonato's niece:
Don Pedro, Chief of State:
Don John, Don Pedro's bastard brother:
Antonio, Leonato's elder brother:
Hugh O'Brian , Barbara Rush with Neil Hamilton
A murdered man's dying words reveal a fantastic plot against the UN, a plot which police Lieutenant Matt Lacey and reporter Karen Lowndes must risk their lives to defeat.
Director JACK SMIGHT