starring Paul Hcnreid
Maureen O'Hara , Walter Slezak
The 17th-century Caribbean abounds with buccaneers, among them a former Dutch merchant captain out to seek revenge on the Spanish colonial authorities.
Producer and director FRANK BORZAGE This Week's Films: page 9
An entertainment for children with Brian Cant
Carol Chell , Rick Jones
Norman Norman , Jonathan Cohen Spike Heatley , Alan Rushton
Director ANNE GOBEY Producer ANN REAY
A fishing expedition combines the piscatorial and culinary arts on its mouth-watering way across the wilds of British Columbia. A Canadian film
Graceful white horses, dangerous black bulls, the vivid colours of Provençal costumes and exotic birds: all are part of the romance of this wild region. But can the Camargue remain unchanged under the 20th-century pressures? Commentary by ANTHONY SMITH
Filmed by RONALD and ROSEMARY EASTMAN Executive producer CHRISTOPHER I'ARSONS Producer SUZANNE GIBBS (from Bristol: first shown in The World About Us)
Prison - 2: The Alternatives
International Championship 1974 France v England Ireland v Scotland
Commentator in Paris
Commentator in Dublin
The Paris match presented by THE FRENCH TELEVISION SERVICE
The Dublin match presented by THE IRISH TELEVISION SERVICE Series producer BILL TAYLOR
Chairman David Jacobs Panel: Isobel Barnett Kenneth Williams William Franklyn and Nanette Newman and a guest celebrity
Devised by MARK goodson/bill todman Director MICHAEL GOODWIN Producer ERNEST MAXIN
Regional Variations (2)
Drama based on the six political novels by Anthony Trollope. John Grey and Alice have married. Plantagenet waits to see if he will be offered the exchequer again.
Introduced by Melvyn Bragg Common's Luck
A film about JACK COMMON , the Tyneside writer who died in 1968. His classic account of a northern working-class childhood - Kiddar's Luck - is soon to be republished.
' The man who ...
... rang the bell in a teashop ' or 'the member of the Athenaeum who wore plus-fours ' are characteristic Bateman cartoon figures, embarrassed by their ignorance of proper middle-class behaviour. 2nd House looks at some original H. M. Bateman drawings from the current exhibition at the Leicester Gallery.
The Garage is a new gallery in London, dedicated to showing the work of living artists: currently they are presenting a collection of large ' sewn canvases' by 27-year-old STEPHANIE BERGMAN.
EDWIN mullins looks at her work from dyeing, cutting and sewing, to the finished canvases in the gallery.
The Fires of London
PETER MAXWELL DAVIES , One of Britain's most highly regarded composers, in 1969 created an ensemble which he called THE FIRES OF LONDON. Tonight they play three of his compositions:
Antechrist, a concert overture, based on a 13th-century motet.
Fantasia and Two Pavanes, from the music of Purcell but updated to the era of the foxtrot. Notre Dame des Fleurs, a miniature opera for three voices.
Producers TONY CASH, DENNIS MARKS Assistant editor TONY STAVEACRE Editor bill MORTON
Ann Sheridan , Sterling Hayden
Three boys set out to find a wife for their widower father, lumber-jack and part-time preacher Will Hall. Their choice is Vermilion O'Toole, dance-hall entertainer and trickster, but arranging the match proves no easy matter.
Director douglas SIRK
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