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Starring Anna Neagle, Trevor Howard
with Marius Goring, Peter Ustinov

Anna Neagle gives one of her most memorable performances as Odette Churchill, the World War II resistance leader who returned to her native France to obtain valuable secret information from the Germans. Her subsequent capture led to torture at the hands of the Gestapo in which she displayed outstanding courage. Herbert Wilcox directed this true and intensely moving story.
(Black and white)
Films: page 14

Contributors

Screenplay:
Warren Chetham-Strode
Producer/Director:
Herbert Wilcox
Odette:
Anna Neagle
Captain Peter Churchill:
Trevor Howard
Henri:
Marius Goring
Arnaud:
Peter Ustinov
Jack:
Bernard Lee
Colonel:
Maurice Buckmaster
Madame Gliere:
Marie Burke
Jacques:
Gilles Queant

starring Brian Cant in an entertainment of jokes. comedy and music. with Alex Norton , Delia Morgan , Janine Sharp , Jonathan Cohen and the Play Away Band
Musical arrangements by JONATHAN coiign Designer GWEN evans DirectorANNE cobey Producer ANN REAY

Contributors

Unknown:
Alex Norton
Unknown:
Delia Morgan
Unknown:
Janine Sharp
Unknown:
Jonathan Cohen
Arrangements By:
Jonathan Coiign
Designer:
Gwen Evans
Director:
Anne Cobey
Producer:
Ann Reay

The Embassy
World Professional Championship The Final
This evening the second part of the 1982 final is played in front of a packed and enthusiastic audience at Jollees, Stoke-on-Trent. BBC television brings you live coverage of the remaining six sets and highlights of the first part of the final which was played this afternoon.
Eric Bristow , World No 1, is determined to make it three in a row. JOHN LOWE , beaten finalist so many times last year, is desperate to regain the title he lost in 1980. JOCKY WILSON , on his present form, could be a new name inscribed on the trophy.
Introduced by PETER PURVES Commentators
SID WADDELL , TONY GREEN
Producers keitii Phillips BILL TAYLOR , MIKE AULEY

Contributors

Unknown:
Eric Bristow
Unknown:
John Lowe
Unknown:
Jocky Wilson
Introduced By:
Peter Purves
Unknown:
Sid Waddell
Unknown:
Phillips Bill Taylor
Unknown:
Mike Auley

The television weekly review presented by Ludovic Kennedy , who discusses the Holiday programme (BBC1); The World About Us: The Art of Surviving (BBC2) and Clive James 's return to Australia The Flash of Lightning (LWT) with novelist Beryl Bainbridge , Richard North , former Editor of Vole magazine, and film director Michael Winner. Moreover, Miles Kington presents an opinionated survey of 30 years of quiz and games shows on television, from What's My Line? to Master-mind.
Research SARAH RAMSDEN
Assistant producer CLARE Patterson Director PETER DALE
Producer JOHN ARCHER

Contributors

Unknown:
Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown:
Clive James
Unknown:
Beryl Bainbridge
Unknown:
Richard North
Director:
Michael Winner.
Unknown:
Sarah Ramsden
Producer:
Clare Patterson
Director:
Peter Dale
Producer:
John Archer

by Kenneth Griffith
Tom Paine
Honest, so honest. Loved and hated. A masterful writer and a champion of human freedom. This radical moulders in French, American, and English history, unmourned by those who owe him most. This documentary drama, shot in Paris, New York, Washington, Boston, Philadelphia and London, offers a subjective contemporary view, eyed from a place somewhat west of London.
BBC Cymru/Wales

Contributors

Presenter:
Kenneth Griffith
Editor:
Chris Lawrence
Producer:
John Hefin
Director:
Michael Pearce

Starring Petr Kostka

This fast-paced science-fiction comedy from Czechoslovakia is based on three repetitions of the same day. At the end of this century a Prague travel office is offering tourists trips to selected Periods of the past. An elderly gang of fascists plots to return to 1944 to give Hitler a neutron bomb, bribing a rocket pilot to take them to this unscheduled moment of history. Unfortunately for them, the pilot's twin brother is clumsy with his tea that morning ...

(A Czech film with English subtitles) (First showing on British television) Films: page 14

Contributors

Screenplay:
Milos Macourek
Screenplay/Director:
Jindrich Polak
From a story by:
Josef Nesvadba
Jan/Karel Bures:
Petr Kostka
Hans Abard:
Jim Sovak
Kraus:
Vladimir Mensik
Engineer Bauer:
Vlastimii Brodsky
Mr White:
Otto Simanek
Mrs White:
Marie Rosulkova
Adolf Hitler:
Frantisek Vicena
Stewardess Helena:
Valerie Chmelova
Eva Kroupova:
Zuzana Ondroi'Chova

Eight personal accounts of experiences which have changed people's lives.
3: My Own, My Native Land
Through his personal story Gerry Fitt unravels the past, bewails the present and prays for the future in his native Ireland. From potential Republican rebel to social reformer; from hailed folk-hero to declared traitor; from champion for peace to victim of a hate campaign; from SDLP leader to an independent in no-man's land. ' My fear is that, before it's too late, attitudes and events will drive me to grow to hate the land I've loved.'
Producer FAY DICKEY
Series producer JOHN WILCOX

Contributors

Unknown:
Gerry Fitt
Producer:
Fay Dickey
Producer:
John Wilcox

starring
Barbara Stanwyck Sterling Hayden Raymond Burr with Virginia Grey
Fay Wray, Royal Dano
Kathy Ferguson gives up a promising newspaper career to marry Los Angeles detective Bill Doyle. She is so disgusted by the way the wives of Bill's colleagues push their husbands to success in their careers that she resolves to beat them at their own game. She succeeds only too well, however, in engaging the sympathy of her husband's superior officer ..
Screenplay by joe E ISINGER Produced by HERMAN cohen Directed by GERD OSWALD

Contributors

Unknown:
Barbara Stanwyck
Unknown:
Sterling Hayden
Unknown:
Raymond Burr
Unknown:
Joe E Isinger
Produced By:
Herman Cohen
Directed By:
Gerd Oswald
Kathy:
Barbara Stanwyck
Doyle:
Sterling Hayden
Inspector Pope:
Raymond Burr
Alice Pope:
Fay Wray
AlidOS:
Royal Dano
Sara:
Virginia Grey
Detective Jules:
Dennis Cross
Detective James:
Robert Griffin
Nalence:
Jay Abler
Officer Spitz:
Malcolm Atterbu
Chief of Police:
John S Laiiner

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