Starring Harry Belafonte, Dorothy Dandridge with Pearl Bailey.
Bizet's music provides a dazzling score for this up-dated Negro version of Carmen, with lyrics in the jazz idiom by Oscar Hammerstein.
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Britain's most popular bird. Friendly towards humans, it can nevertheless be a belligerent defender of its territory.
(from Bristol: first shown on BBC1)
David Holmes reviews week-by-week the moves made by the politicians and examines the part played by government in the lives of us all.
These two strong county sides include some the country's finest players. Today they contest the Final of a competition which one of them, Warwickshire, have dominated with seven victories since the war and in which the other, Gloucestershire, are making their third successive appearance.
Commentator at Coventry Cliff Morgan.
From the Elizabethan Barn, Tunbridge Wells
with George Hamilton IV introducing his guests Wally Whyton, Lois Lane, The Hillsiders, Brian Brocklehurst and from Nashville, The Numbers featuring Greg Galbraith on guitar.
A series of highly personal films
It's not unusual for people to come back from Los Angeles with horror stories about violence, pollution and the sheer unmanageable size of the place. But not Reyner Banham, Professor of the History of Architecture at London University.
He loves many of the things about Los Angeles that others hate, from driving on the freeways to the garish commercial art that spreads along the boulevards and over the hillsides. And tonight he explains why he believes Los Angeles is a great city and a significant one.
(The strange conversion of Professor Banham: see page 10)
In this last film in the series Basil Taylor brings together some of the finest achievements of the watercolour medium - pictures which are among the most telling images in English art.
by Heinrich Mann
A second chance to see this dramatisation in six parts by Robert Muller
Starring Derek Jacobi
Sheridan Morley reviews a new American comedy The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight.
Director Peter Bogdanovich, hailed as the most exciting new director since Orson Welles, talks to David Castell about his career including The Last Picture Show, now showing in London.
Philip Jenkinson introduces scenes from zany vintage comedies.
Starring Rita Hayworth, Anthony Franciosa, Gig Young
A policeman is murdered by his wife and her lover. The defendant's case seems hopeless until the last witness takes the stand.
(This Week Films: page 9)