Starring Fred Astaire, Leslie Caron
with Thelma Ritter, Fred Clark, Terry Moore
A wealthy American adopts a lovely 18-year-old French orphan girl, but on the condition that she is never to know his identity.
(This Week's Films: page 9)
A wildlife film series.
The commonest and most successful bird. In the 'sunset spectacular' three million of them give the most impressive exhibition of aerobatics in the world.
(first shown on BBC1)
David Holmes reviews the political scene.
Gloucestershire, losing finalists in 1970 and 71, have a difficult task ahead in their endeavour to go one better this year. To earn the right to play Warwickshire in the Final they must defeat a Middlesex side that convincingly disposed of last year's champions, Surrey, on the way to this stage of the competition.
Commentator at Richmond Athletic Ground, Cliff Morgan.
With George Hamilton IV introducing tonight's guest star Buffy Sainte-Marie and other Country Music Makers: The Hillsiders, Brian Golbey, Magna Carta, Brian Brocklehurst.
An outside broadcast produced at the Elizabethan Barn, Tunbridge Wells, by Douglas Hespe.
Sir Michael Tippett in this series of highly personal films takes for his title Poets in a Barren Age.
What useful purpose is served by the creative artist in society? In a harsh world where millions starve, do poems or paintings or symphonies have any relation to events which actually affect men's lives?
In this film Sir Michael Tippett, one of Britain's most eminent composers, examines the changing relationship between the artist and society. Looking at contemporary life with its mixture of humanity and violence, he suggests that we are living at a time in which there is growing hunger for the satisfaction of the inner world to which the artist speaks.
In this third film in the series Basil Taylor looks at the work of artists who portrayed the monuments and antiquities of Britain and thus left to posterity a survey of the English architectural scene in an age before photography began.
by Heinrich Mann.
A second chance to see this dramatisation in six parts by Robert Muller
Starring Derek Jacobi.
Diederich completed his studies in Berlin, managed to avoid marriage with Agnes and left for Netzig to take up the running of the family paper factory.
Sheridan Morley gives a round-up of the current film scene and previews the new Walter Matthau film Kotch.
Philip Jenkinson shows vintage film clips of Hollywood stars including Cary Grant and Hedy Lamarr.
Starring Joanne Woodward, Patricia Owens, Cameron Mitchell, Tony Randall
Four young couples living on a suburban housing estate become involved in one another's lives.
(Why Mrs Newman hasn't been making any films lately, and This Week's Films: page 9)