Kenneth More , Lloyd Nolan Joan O'Brien , Mischa Auer
Lt-Cmdr Bodger, RN, known as ' The Artful Bodger', has an unfortunate talent for exposing his superiors' shortcomings.
Director WENDY TOYE. Films: page 9
A Smile for the Crocodile
The crocodile is the world's largest living reptile and has a reputation for being the most dangerous. It is true certain species eat people, but now research is revealing the crocodile in a fresh light.
Editor SIMON CAMPBELL-JONES
Producer CHRISTOPHER LA FONTAINE
Isaac Evans presents
A Case Against School Spying
BBC2 joins the Radio 1 In Concert programme in a simultaneous broadcast for an hour's contemporary rock music.
This week: The Sensational
Alex Harvey Band
Introduced by PETE DRUMMOND
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
For the best effect viewers with Stereo Radio 1 should turn off TV sound and position their speakers on either side of the screen, but a few feet away. Stereo headphones provide a suitable alternative
A series of ten programmes
6: Spearhead of Technology
Introduced by Christopher Roads The development of firearms in the 19th century, like the space-race in the modern world, was closely related to general progress in technology. Standardisation of parts, mass-production and the use of new materials like steel were all pioneered in arms manufacture. Narrated by DUNCAN CARSE
Film editor DICK ALLEN
Producer PAUL JORDAN
Robin Ray introduces a Ballet Triple Bill
Three of the world's leading companies in three ballets, danced to music by French composers . Le Loup
The Ballets de Marseille in a dramatic story of a young man who turns into a wolf.
Choreography by ROLAND PETIT Music by HENRI DUTILLEUX
Directed for French Television by DIRK SANDERS
La Cathédrale Engloutie
The Netherlands Dance Theatre in a beautiful evocation of the sea and the legend of the submerged cathedral.
Choreography by JIRI KYLIAN Music by DEBUSSY
Directed for Dutch Television by HANS HULSCHER
Symphony in C the New York City Ballet in one of their most attractive and light-hearted works.
Choreography by GEORGE BALANCHINE
Music by BIZET
Directed by JOES ODUFRE
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starring Josef Kemr
Zdenek Sverak , Dana Kolarova
Enraptured by a visit to friends who are living in a converted mill, a Prague family determine to find a country house of their own. Their search seems fruitless until they find an old farmer who offers to sell after the harvest. Full of enthusiasm, they move in at once.
Written by ZDENEK SVERAK and LADISLAV SMOLJAK
Director JIRI MENZEL. Films: page
Tonight from BBC West The Cheddar Report
Cheddar, famous for cheese and strawberries and for the Gorge which is the outstanding natural feature of the Mendips, faces a dilemma. A lime kiln built in the quarry at Batts Combe, a hill that overlooks the village, is noisy and spreads dust over the nearby countryside. Are the effects on the environment too high a price to pay for jobs?
How industrial can Cheddar become without suffering permanent damage? To what extent is Cheddar's dilemma one for us all?
Commentary spoken by BRIAN GEAR
Director and producer GEORGE BRANDT
Zero Mostel with Frank Thornton , Julia Foster
As a tribute to Zero Mostel, the great American comedian who died in September, Midnight Movie presents a rare opportunity to see Peter Brook 's short film, a wordless tour de force by Zero as an agitated Wagnerian opera singer making his disaster-prone way across London in a frantic attempt to get to his performance on time.
Written and directed by PETER BROOK and at 11.45
The Woman in Question starring
Jean Kent , Dirk Bogarde
John McCallum , Susan Shaw
After Astra, a fortune-teller, is found strangled, the police discover that she had crucially affected the lives of several, very different people. To each one she had presented a different side of her personality and all had a motive for murder.
Director ANTHONY ASOUITH
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