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: Open University

7.10 Mathematics in the French 1 Revolution 7758856 7.35 Basque i Nationalism and the Spanish State !

: Helpmates

Starring Laurel and Hardy Stan helps OUie tidy up after a party, with hilarious results.
Director James Parrott (1931)
SEE FILMS pages 25-30

Contributors

Unknown: Hardy Stan
Director: James Parrott

: Trouble in Store

Norman Wisdom's film debut also starred
Margaret Rutherford ,
Moira Lister and Megs Jenkins. Director John Paddy Carstairs (1952)

Contributors

Unknown: Margaret Rutherford
Unknown: Moira Lister
Unknown: Megs Jenkins.
Director: John Paddy Carstairs

: Lonely Are the Brave

Modern-day western starring
Kirk Douglas
Walter Matthau
Jack Burns believes that a cowboy is the freest man alive and that laws, like fences, are made to be broken.With Gena Rowlands
and George Kennedy.
DirectorDavidMiller(1962) B/W

Contributors

Unknown: Kirk Douglas
Unknown: Walter Matthau
Unknown: Jack Burns
Unknown: Gena Rowlands
Unknown: George Kennedy.

: The Marshall McLuhan Golden Probe Show

In 1967, the BBC launched
Twenty Golden Probes into the airwaves to test the ideas of media guru Marshall McLuhan.

Contributors

Unknown: Marshall McLuhan.

: The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis

This classic American sitcom from the early 60s showed the world, for the first time, through a teenager's eyes.

: Call My Bluff

The sparring partners in this 1966 example of the word game show include Frank Muir , Jonathan Miller and Hermione Gingold.

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Muir
Unknown: Jonathan Miller
Unknown: Hermione Gingold.

: It's Marty

This compilation of zany Marty Feldman's show won the Silver
Rose of Montreux in 1969.

: Steptoe and Son

This pilot episode, made for Comedy Playhouse in 1962, introduced the British public to scrap dealers Harold and Albert Steptoe (Harry H Corbett and Wilfrid Brambell) for the first time.
Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Steptoe
Unknown: Harry H Corbett
Written By: Ray Galton
Written By: Alan Simpson

: Man Alive

Man Alive had a reputation as the documentary series that was never afraid to ask embarrassing questions. This
1965 programme looks into the lives and loves of five unmarried mothers.
See also 9.50pm.

: Running, Jumping, Standing Still

A compilation of great sporting moments from the 60s.
Colour and B/W

: The Young Ones

Archetypal 60s pop vehicle starring Cliff Richard
The leader of a youth club tries to stop his millionaire father from building an office block on the site of the club house. The Shadows...... THEMSELVES
DirectorSidneyJFurie(1962)
SEE FILMS pages 25-30

Contributors

Unknown: Cliff Richard
NickyBlack: Cliff Richard
Hamilton Black: Robert Morley
Ton): Carole Gray
Ernest: Richard O'Suluvan
Jimmy: Melvyn Hayes
Chris: Teddy Green

: Peyton Place

Ryan O'Neal and Mia Farrow star in this famous small-town potboiler which set the steamy pace for 60s soap opera.
With Dorothy Malone and Warner Anderson. B/w Rpt

Contributors

Unknown: Ryan O'Neal
Unknown: Dorothy Malone

: A Whole Scene Going

This claimed to be the teenage show with its finger on the pulse and its ear to the ground. In this edition, you can meet the face of 1966, hear from an up-and-coming band called the Who, and share your romantic problems with Lulu and Spike Milligan. Producer Elizabeth Cowley

Contributors

Unknown: Spike Milligan.
Producer: Elizabeth Cowley

: Department S

Peter Wyngarde starred as Jason King , the flamboyant thriller-writer who doubled as an investigator for Department S, in this and the early-70s spin-off entitled Jason King. No job is too dangerous, no gadget too complicated, no paisley shirt too loud for Interpol's most secret weapon in the battle against crime. Producer Monty Berman

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Wyngarde
Unknown: Jason King
Unknown: Jason King.
Producer: Monty Berman

: Sandie Shaw Supplement

In this recently discovered archive treat, the barefooted 60s swinger presents a whole show devoted to the theme of transport. With guest
John Walker of the Walker Brothers.
Producer Mel Cornish

Contributors

Unknown: John Walker
Producer: Mel Cornish

: Frost in the Air: Supertelevisionman

In the 1960s, David Frost became TV's first superstar, as famous in America as he was in Britain.
He pioneered the audience-participation show, debated the issues of the day, interviewed the eminent and exposed the corrupt. This second of three programmes charting his "rise without trace" includes excerpts from classic 60s encounters such as Robert Kennedy, Paul McCartney, insurance swindler Emil Savundra and playwright Tennessee Williams. There are interviews with John Cleese , Sir Edward Heath and Enoch Powell.
(Colour and B/W) (Subtitled)
(The third programme in the series can be seen next Saturday)

Contributors

Interviewee: John Cleese
Interviewee: Sir Edward Heath
Interviewee: Enoch Powell.

: Till Death Us Do Part: The Blood Donor

Alf Garnett first appeared in 1966. Johnny Speight's creation was the bigot we all loved to hate - foul-mouthed, bone-headed, short-sighted but totally irrepressible. The Blood Donor is one of the few episodes which still exist from the 60s.

Contributors

Writer: Johnny Speight
Producer: Dennis Main Wilson
Alf: Warren Mitchell
Else: Dandy Nichols
Mike: Anthony Booth
Rita: Una Stubbs

: Adam Adamant Lives

Gerald Harper is Adam Adamant, a man out of time. An Edwardian detective catapulted into the swinging 60s, he fights crime with a stiff upper lip and a groovy line in velvet cloaks. In this, the very first episode, dating from 1966 and entitled A Vintage Year for Scoundrels, we go back into the past to discover how he was put into suspended animation by his arch-rival "the Face".

Contributors

Producer: Verity Lambert
Director: David Proudfoot
Adam Adamant: Gerald Harper
The Face: Peter Ducrow
Georgina Jones: Juliet Harmer
Hoggett: Ivor Slater
Hicks: Frank Jarvis
Margo Kane: Freda Jackson

: Can I Ask You a Personal Question?

Man Alive was the 60s documentary series which brought homosexuality, death, adultery and VD into people's front rooms for the first time. In this specially made programme, the Man Alive team talk about their methods, motives and dilemmas in persuading the public to reveal raw emotion on television. Among those interviewed are Desmond Wilcox and David Attenborough. Producer Renee Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Desmond Wilcox
Unknown: David Attenborough.
Producer: Renee Knight

: Sixties Babylon

Christine Keeler and Mary Whitehouse, Malcolm Muggeridge and Hugh Hefner, the great 60s sex debate made stars of everyone. From the sultry sex parlour to the upstanding law courts, from see-through dresses to The Wednesday Play, signs of the permissive society could be seen everywhere. This collection of archive footage looks at how the 60s changed sexual attitudes and behaviour for ever.

(Colour and B/W)

Contributors

Director: Basil Comely

: The Late Show

Whatever Happened to the 60s?
Germaine Greer discusses the legacy of the most turbulent decade since the war with some who loved it, some who hated it and some who argue we are still paying the price for it. Producer Janet Lee
Editor Janice Hadlow

Contributors

Unknown: Germaine Greer
Producer: Janet Lee
Editor: Janice Hadlow

: Barbarella

Roger Vadim's cult 60s sci-fi fantasy starring Jane Fonda rounds off BBC2's One Day in the 60s.
A beautiful young astronaut uses the power of love to fight the forces of evil on the planet Sorgo in the 41st century.
(1968)
SEE FILMS pages 25-30

Contributors

Director: Roger Vadim
Barbarella: Jane Fonda
Pygar: John Philliplaw
Black Queen: Anita Pallenberg
Concierge: Milo O'Shea
Dildano: David Hemmings
Professor Ping: Marcel Marceau
Mark Hand: Ugo Tognazzi
President of the Earth: Claude Dauphin
Stomoxys: Catherine Chevalier
Glossina: Marie Therese Chevalier
Captain Sun: Serge Marquand

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