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starring June Haver , Mark Stevens The musical and romantic story of Joseph E. Howard who wrote some of America's most popular songs at the turn of the century.
Director LLOYD BACON
This Week's Films: page 9

Contributors

Unknown:
June Haver
Unknown:
Mark Stevens
Unknown:
Joseph E. Howard
Director:
Lloyd Bacon
Katie:
June Haver
Joe Howard:
Mark Stevens
Lulu Madison:
Martha Stewart
Will Hough:
Reginald Gardiner
Fritzi Barrington:
Lenore Aubert
Jim Mason:
William Frawley
Tommy Yale:
Gene Nelson

The Final of the RFU Club Competition 1973/74
Coventry v London Scottish
Introduced from Twickenham by NIGEL STARMER-SMITH .
Title holders Coventry, captained this season by DAVID DUCKHAM , have never been defeated in the three years of this competition and must start favourites this afternoon against a London Scottish side whose form this season under ALASTAIR MCHARG and latterly MIKE BIGGAR is showing an indication of a return to former glories.
Commentator BILL MCLAREN
Director PAUL LANG
Series producer BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Unknown:
Nigel Starmer-Smith
Unknown:
David Duckham
Unknown:
Alastair McHarg
Unknown:
Mike Biggar
Commentator:
Bill McLaren
Director:
Paul Lang
Producer:
Bill Taylor

Regional Variations (2)

The Pallisers

Episode 15

Duration: 52 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Drama based on the six political novels by Anthony Trollope. Lizzie has resigned herself to the loss of the Eustace diamonds and married Rev Emilius. Show more

Contributors

Glenorca M'Cluskie:
Susan Hampshire
Plantagenet Pallister:
Philip Latham
Duke of Omnium:
Roland Culver
Lord Brentford:
Lockwood West
Barrington Erle:
Moray Watson
Madame Max Goesler:
Barbara Murray
Dolly Longstaffe:
Donald Pickering
Robert Kennedy:
Derek Godfrey
Collingwood:
Maurice Quick
Laura Standish:
Anna Massey
Mr Bonteen:
Peter Sallis
Phineas Finn:
Donal McCann
Rev Emilius:
Anthony Ainley
Quintus Slide:
Clifford Rose
Director:
Hugh David

An exciting new account of evolution in action
Written by NIGEL CALDER Introduced by David Attenborough
Narrated by Frank Windsor
It's a game 3,000 million years old, a game where the winners survive and the losers become extinct. It's The Life Game, the story of living things.
How and why are some of us around today when others like the dinosaur disappeared so long ago? What are the rules? Where are the messages secreted? If we knew the answers could we change the future?
Assistant producer STUART HARRIS
Executive producer ADRIAN MALONE
A BBC co-production with the ABC, BRT/KRO, OECA, Studio Hamburg, SR, WNET/13
The Life Game. £2.50, from bookshops Around the world in ...: page 4

Contributors

Written By:
Nigel Calder
Introduced By:
David Attenborough
Producer:
Stuart Harris
Producer:
Adrian Malone

starring
Jack Warner , Ronald Lewis with Yolande Donlan Michael Goodliffe
A murder in which neither killer nor victim can be identified presents the Brighton police with a formidable problem; but slowly-piece by piece - a case is built up.
From the novel Sleep Long, My Love by HILLARY WAUGH
Written, produced and directed by VAL GUEST
This Week's Films: page 9

Contributors

Unknown:
Jack Warner
Unknown:
Ronald Lewis
Unknown:
Yolande Donlan
Unknown:
Michael Goodliffe
Directed By:
Val Guest
Det-Insp Fellows:
Jack Warner
Det-Sgt Wilks:
Ronald Lewis
Jean Sherman:
Yolande Donlan
Clyde Burchard:
Michael Goodliffe
Mr Simpson:
John Le Mesurier
Joan Simpson:
Moira Redmond
Sgt Gorman:
Ray Barrett
Mr Tenby:
John Barron
Supt Ramsey:
John Horsley

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