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Newsreader Peter Woods
Editor JOHN TISDALL
Robert Robinson introduces the weekly guide to newly-published books -the authors and the readers; fact and fiction; best-sellers and remainders.
Studio director MARTIN L. BELL Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT
Executive producer WILL WYATT
Sings Country Extra
The programme that wasn't meant to happen!
While he was appearing as guest in a TV programme at The Maltings in Suffolk, an enthusiastic country audience persuaded the visiting American singer to give them some extra songs-just for them-and the cameras kept recording.
Director RICK GARDNER
Producer DOUGLAS HESPE
King Vidor Season starring
Spencer Tracy , Robert Young Walter Brennan , Ruth Hussey
A lavish and spectacular adventure set in the North America of 1759, with Spencer Tracy as the commander who leads Ms Rangers on the epic raid at St Francis.
Director KING vidor . Films : page 9
' Hunk ' Marriner:
On a remote strip of land some 100 miles off the coast of Nova
Scotia roam the equine survivors of one of many wrecked sailing ships.
Also the only breeding ground of the Ipswich sparrow, as well as the rare grey seal, this windswept wilderness affords a unique and fascinating opportunity to study long-isolated species.
A film produced by the CANADIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION
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