Today 'Caterpillars only Crawl' by Peter Charlton.
with Richard Whitmore
Is a permanent underground life possible for human beings?
In the event of a nuclear catastrophe could we survive in modern subterranean cities?
Tonight Europa looks at a French report on experiments in northern Europe which until now have never been filmed, and we meet some of the people who have lived and survived underground.
A thriller in three parts starring Peter Barkworth, Joanna Dunham
Infidelity, murder. David Walker, wealthy company director, finds himself involved in both, and Det-Insp Martin Denson is called in to investigate an intriguing and complicated case.
(First shown on BBC1)
Starring Dave Allen
with Jacqueline Clarke, Ronnie Brody, Michael Sharvell-Martin, Peter Hawkins and Simon Barnes.
This film was made with HH Ranee of Sarawak in Barbados last summer - just a few months before her death. She tells of her life as Queen of the Headhunters in North Borneo when she became the wife of Vyner Brooke, third and last White Rajah of Sarawak. Says her friend and neighbour Claudette Colbert, who narrates the film: If you wrote a film story about the Ranee's extraordinary life, nobody would ever believe it.'
'No one could have married a more wonderful man,' she says. He made my life... completely and absolutely made it.'
'I loved being a Ranee. I liked the traffic stopping wherever I went; I liked all the fuss. I loved every minute of it.'
Starring Shelley Winters, Peter Falk
A violent revolution is in progress: people are fighting and dying in the streets. In Madame Irma's bordello the girls, as usual, are helping to make men's dreams come true. But soon there is an opportunity to turn their fantasy worlds into reality...
Joseph Strick of "Ulysses" fame directed this imaginative film version of Jean Genet's controversial and brilliantly satirical commentary on the decadent world of today.
(This Week's Films: page 9)