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A dramatised meditation on the Christian attitude to World Poverty by John Farrell
Presented in the Church of St Anthony of Padua, Mossley Hill, Liverpool by John Farrell, John Huddart, Kevin Reade, Jo Breeze, Pauline Brierley, Janet Brotherhood,
Angela Crafter, Claudia Myers and The NewlandersBlessing by the Greyfriars Provincial Fr Richard, OFM Conv.

Contributors

Writer:
John Farrell
Blessing:
Fr Richard
Presented for TV by:
R. T. Brooks
[Actor]:
John Farrell
[Actor]:
John Huddart
[Actor]:
Kevin Reade
[Actress]:
Jo Breeze
[Actress]:
Pauline Brierley
[Actress]:
Janet Brotherhood
[Actress]:
Angela Crafter
[Actress]:
Claudia Myers
Singers:
The Newlanders

Introduced by Michael Bentine
From the National Film Theatre

A look at some of the films produced by the Mack Sennett and Hal Roach Studios. The artists include Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy and Charlie Chase.
(A BBCtv production in association with Mitchell Monkhouse Associates and Raymond Rohauer)

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Bentine
Producer:
Richard Evans

[Starring] Doris Day, Gordon MacRae
with Leon Ames, Rosemary DeCamp, Billy Gray

The Winfield family made their movie debut in On Moonlight Bay. In this lively sequel, set in 1918, Doris Day again plays daughter Marjorie, waiting for sweetheart William Sherman (Gordon MacRae) to return from the war. William, however, has matured and marriage is no longer the only thing on his mind...!
(This Week's Films: see page 9)

Contributors

Director:
David Butler
Marjorie Winfield:
Doris Day
William Sherman:
Gordon MacRae
George Winfield:
Leon Ames
Mrs Winfield:
Rosemary Decamp
Wesley:
Billy Gray
Stella:
Mary Wickes
Chester Finley:
Russell Arms

Regional Variations (2)

Introduced by Cliff Michelmore
A series of confrontations with men and women in the public eye questioned by viewers about the basic beliefs which underline their public attitudes.

Cardinal Heenan, 66, is head of the Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales and is responsible for the spiritual care of some four million souls.

Contributors

Presenter:
Cliff Michelmore
Interviewee:
Cardinal John Heenan
Producer:
Peter Chafer

from Moriah Presbyterian Church, Caernarvon
With Caernarvon Choral Union, Bangor and District Royal National Eisteddfod Choir, Nantile Vale Male Voice Choir, Ferodo Male Voice Choir, Caernarvon United Churches
Introduced by David Parry-Jones

Jesus shall reign where'er the sun (Rimington)
Blest be the tie that binds (Dennis)
God of grace and God of glory (Rhuddlam)
Let us with a gladsome mind (Monk-land)
Molwn Di O! Dduw ein tadau (Dusseldorf)
O'er the gloomy hills of darkness (Blaen-Cefn)
Come, holy Spirit, come (Downing)
Great Providence of Heaven (Builth)

Blessing by The Minister, The Rev John Roberts

Contributors

Presenter:
David Parry-Jones
Singers:
Caernarvon Choral Union
Singers:
Bangor and District Royal National Eisteddfod Choir
Singers:
Nantlle Vale Male Voice Choir
Singers:
Ferodo Male Voice Choir
Singers:
Caernarvon United Churches
Conductor:
James Williams
Organist:
Peleg Williams
Blessing:
The Rev John Roberts
Director:
Tregelles Williams
Series Producer:
Raymond Short

by Jeremy Burnham
Created by Francis Durbridge
Starring Francis Matthews as Paul
with Ros Drinkwater as Steve

Suicide? Or murder? Temple's investigation into the death of an old friend causes a lot of long faces in a famous Midlands University town.
(Radio Times People: page 5)

Contributors

Writer:
Jeremy Burnham
Created by:
Francis Durbridge
Script Editor:
Martin Hall
Designer:
Peter Kindred
Producer:
Derrick Sherwin
Director:
Christopher Barry
Paul:
Francis Matthews
Steve:
Ros Drinkwater
Matthew Fox:
Richard Burrell
Two men:
Eric Kent
Two men:
Steve Emerson
Gwen Fox:
Lana Morris
Virginia Fox:
Sarah Gibson
Clive Fox:
Freddie Foote
The Master:
Cyril Luckham
Geoffrey Rudd:
David Lyell
Professor Gaunt:
Aubrey Richards
Harriet Parr:
Alison Fiske
Dr Macey:
Bernard Kay
Professor Appleby:
Patrick Godfrey
Professor Birkett:
George Cormack
Professor Decker:
Oscar Quitak
Lord Everton:
Derek Francis

Starring Montgomery Clift, Lee Remick with Jo Van Fleet

The story of one stubborn woman who tries to stem the tide of progress when the us government determines to put an end to the devastation of a river in flood by setting up the Tennessee Valley Authority. Montgomery Clift plays Chuck Glover, the government man in conflict with Ella Garth, a stubborn 80-year-old brilliantly portrayed by 37-year-old actress Jo Van Fleet, who refuses to quit her island farm in this thought-provoking film from Elia Kazan.
(This Week's Films: page 9)

Contributors

Produced and directed by:
Elia Kazan
Chuck Glover:
Montgomery Clift
Carol:
Lee Remick
Ella Garth:
Jo Van Fleet
Hank Bailey:
Albert Salmi
Hamilton Garth:
J.C. Flippen
Cal Garth:
James Westerfield
Betty Jackson:
Barbara Loden
Walter Clark:
Frank Overton
Sy Moore:
Malcolm Atterbury
Ben:
Robert Earl Jones
Jack Roper:
Bruce Dern

Regional Variations (2)

"In the world outside, fantasies are limited by the lack of time to indulge in them. In prison there are no checks, no reins. Fantasies are all we have. When the doors are banged shut at night then we are alone. Free to withdraw into the world of our own choosing."

Those are the words of the author 'Zeno' who narrates this film about prison life as seen through the paintings, poetry, music, and personal thoughts of the men inside. 'Zeno' himself won two awards for his writing when serving a life sentence.
Prisoners interviewed by Tony Parker.
(Radio Times People: page 4)

Contributors

Writer/Narrator:
null 'Zeno'
Interviewer:
Tony Parker
Producer:
Geoffrey Baines

BBC One London

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BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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