with Richard Whitmore; Weather
Sweden has one lake for every 80 people. Every tenth child has a teenage mother. 125,599 people were taken into custody for being drunk last year. Thirty per cent of women are more or less frigid. Cars are multiplying faster than Swedish people. Some of the facts and figures which make up our report on Sweden as seen by foreign TV reporters.
Introduced by Derek Hart
by Henry James
Dramatised in six parts by Jack Pulman
Starring Cyril Cusack as Bob Assingham, Daniel Massey as Prince Amerigo, Gayle Hunnicutt as Charlotte, Barry Morse as Adam Verver, Jill Townsend as Maggie, Kathleen Byron as Fanny Assingham
Maggie has begun to feel uneasy about her father's marriage and her own. She decides to try to avert the danger which she senses.
John Betjeman in praise of railways past and present.
(A British Transport Film Production)
America's newest 'super-star' in a one-man performance of his own songs including 'Cracklin' Rosie,' 'Sweet Caroline,' 'I am... I said.'
Once a Lord Mayor of Leipzig, he has gone into the records as a man of the anti-Nazi German Resistance. He was tried and eventually executed, as one of the conspirators in the 1944 Bomb Plot. What is little known is that before the war he journeyed to Britain to plead for British help for the dissident generals, insisting that a firm British stand could prevent the war.
A.P. Young, Frank Ashton-Gwatkin, Robert J. Stopford and Lord Ritchie-Calder were all involved personally, and with his daughter, Dr Meyer-Krahmer, they tell how one man tried to change history.
Written and told by James Cameron
The second of Luis Bunuel's films.
Starring Zachary Scott, Kay Meersman, Bernie Hamilton
This life and death struggle between a Negro musician on the run from a rape charge and the warden of a remote island game reserve in the American South, emphasises the inconsistency and hypocrisy of human behaviour.
(This Week's Films: page 9)