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BBC One London

Lovelace Watkins at the Wookey Hollow

The new American singing star ' in cabaret' at Liverpool in his first British television appearance.
Musical adviser DANNY SANDIDGE Sound JOHN DRAKE
Lighting GEOFF LOMAS
Production nick HUNTER (From Manchester)
BBC One London

Presenting Lena Martell

A programme of music and comedy starring Scotland's international cabaret artist and her guests: Ted Rogers, Tom Paxton
Vocal Backing: The Lorelei
BBC Scottish Radio Orchestra, leader Ian Tyre, conductor Iain Sutherland
BBC Scotland
BBC One London

Presenting Lena Martell

A programme of music and comedy starring Scotland's international cabaret artist and her guests:
Ray Alan
Fame and Price
Vocal Backing: The Lorelei
BBC Scottish Radio Orchestra, leader Ian Tyre, conductor Iain Sutherland
From BBC Scotland
BBC One London

1972 European Modern Dance Championship

Leading United Kingdom and Continental modern dancing professionals compete for the top European award at the Hammersmith Palais to the music of THE KEN MACKINTOSH ORCHESTRA Cabaret
The Rocking Berries
Compère Terry Wogan with expert comment by Peter Eggleton
Organisation by The Ballroom Dancer's Federation Television presentation by DOUGLAS HKSPE and DON SAYER
(Have the spangles lost their glitter?: page 11)
BBC One London

Tommy Hunt

at the Golden Garter
The new American singing star ' in cabaret' for his first British television appearance. Vocal backings
THE BREAKAWAYS
Music arranged and directed by NORMAN PERCIVAL
Producer NICK HUNTER (from Manchester)
BBC One London

Film 72

Jacky Gillott reviews the week's new films; Michael York talks about Cabaret and there is a report from the Cannes Film Festival starring Peter O'Toole.
Producer IAIN JOHNSTONE
BBC One London

Omnibus

Fiesta on the Clyde
A story of three weeks in Glasgow The first-ever Clyde Fair International, intended to become an ' 18-day annual fiesta,' was scheduled to open 10 days ago. The aims of this ' Festival of the People' are to reflect the good things of life in the area, and the pride of its people in their environment and their achievements. The Fair programme includes new plays by Scottish writers; street and children's theatre groups; and many other events. A disused store is being converted into a ' Kids Centre Glasgow's old Fruit Market is to become a Cabaret and Bazaar.
Do the people of Glasgow welcome this Festival in June 1972? Do they feel that the £200,000 budget adequately caters for all tastes? What are the problems of mounting such an event?
To find out, Omnibus film teams followed the organisers, participants and critics during the hectic three weeks leading up to its opening days.
Film cameraman CLIVE TICHNER Film editor ANGUS NEWTON
Written and produced by MICHAEL HOULDEY
BBC One London

It's Lulu

with special guests Marty Feldman
Joel Grey , star of the film Cabaret featuring
Adrienne Posta , John Junkin with Roger Kitter Paul Greenwood and Segment Says Lulu:
Choreographer NIGEL LYTHGOE
ALYN AINSWORTH AND HIS ORCHESTRA Script by GEOFF ROWLEY and ANDY BAKER , TONY HARE ' Ballet ' by BARRY TOOK and MARTY FELDMAN
Executive producer JOHN AMMONDS Producer VERNON LAWRENCE
BBC One London

Holiday on Ice

starring
Ondrej Nepela , Hauss and Hafner Mitsuko Funakoshi , Don Knight Janet Runn , Teri Tucker
Ricky Inglesi and a chorus including 30 gorgeous girls
Catch the curtain-raising cruise Along the Barbary Coast
Revisit the cabaret scene in Souvenirs of Berlin
Watch Bugs Bunny, Tweetie Pie, and Sylvester on ice and the colourful tribute to the Music Halls of Paris, London and New York
Created, staged and directed by TED SHUFFLE
Televised by arrangement with SKEE GOODHART for International Holiday on Ice Company
Produced for television by DON SAYER Director PHILIP LEWIS
BBC One London

Liza with a Z

starring
Liza Minnelli in a non-stop one-woman spectacular filmed before a live audience in New York's Lyceum Theatre. The Liza Minnelli spectacular stood out like an Everest among mole-hills ... EVENING NEWS A second chance to see the show in which LIZA is reunited with BOB fosse, director of the smash hit
Cabaret which won Oscars for them both. And featuring such songs as ' It was a good time,' ' Ring them bells ' and ' Bye, bye, blackbird.'
Producers BOB FOSSE and FRED LEE Director BOB fosse 4
BBC One London

Hollywood The Dream Factory

The Gang's All Here starring Alice Faye
Carmen Miranda , James Ellison with Eugene Pallette Charlotte Greenwood
Edward Everett Horton
Kaleidoscopic shots of rotating, gyrating girls - the speciality of Busby Berkeley in the 30s - set to the music of Benny Goodman. The plot centres around GI Andy Mason (James Ellison ) off to war in the morning. But his final fling takes him to a cabaret where, under a false name, he sees and falls in love with Eadie (Alice Faye ).
Director BUSBY BERKELEY
This Week's Films . page 11
BBC One London

Holiday on Ice

Glamour, skill and music from one of the greatest ice spectaculars in the world
Starring Ondrej Nepela, Hauss and Hafner Mitsuko Funakoshi, Don Knight Janet Runn, Teri Tucker Ricky Inglesi and a magnificent chorus including 30 gorgeous girls.
Join a journey to the past with The Story of Spartacus
Revisit the cabaret scene in Souvenirs of Berlin
Swing back into the present with Spectrum Rock
Watch the famous cartoon characters Bugs Bunny, Tweetie Pie and Sylvester come to life on ice
Fall about with the world's greatest ice clown Guy Longpre
Televised by arrangement with Skee Goodhart for International Holiday on Ice Company
BBC One London

Abbott and Costello

(not Wales: see Variations) Pardon My Sarong with Virginia Bruce Robert Paige
A wealthy playboy charters a Chicago passenger bus for a ride with ten chorus girls to Los Angeles. Conductor and driver Abbott and Costello forget to tell their bosses and, pursued by the law, they join the Los Angeles-Honolulu yacht race and head for the South Pacific.
PHILIP JENKINSON writes:
' Nice cabaret interludes from the Ink Spots and a talented seal called Sharkey, who completely stole the limelight in Topper Returns made a year earlier (1951). Gag man John Grant provided 90 per cent of all the boys' material for over a decade, and co-scriptwriter Nat Perrin worked on some of the Thin Man films as well as on that once-in-a-lifetime comedy, Hellzapoppin'. Watch out for " comedy cameos " from Leif (High Chaparral) Erickson and William Demarest '
Director ERLE C. KENTON
BBC One London

The Other Broadway

The third in a series of top-class double-bills featuring some of America's finest entertainers in cabaret at the Cunard International Hotel, London
TonigM: two singing chart-topping acts reflecting all the various moods of today's quality music scene The Stylistics and Freda Payne
Musical directors RICHARD JONES and EARL VAN DYKE with the ALAN PETERS ORCHESTRA Television production RICK GARDNER
BBC One London

The Other Broadway

The first of a series of top-class double-bills featuring some of America's finest entertainers in cabaret at the Cunard International Hotel, London.
Tonight: International recording star Dionne Warwicke and the many faces and voices of impressionist Frank Gorshin
Musical directors Joe Mele and John Lais
With the Alan Peters Orchestra
Producer Rick Gardner
BBC One London

The Other Broadway

featuring some of America's finest entertainers in cabaret at the Cunard International Hotel, London.
Tonight: Legendary comedian and cigar smoker George Burns and singer, pianist and entertainer Buddy Greco
George Burns 's career covers American showbusiness history like a text-book - from vaudeville in the 1900s to producing TV shows in the 1970s. He's just made his first film appearance as an actor (in The Sunshine Boys opposite Walter Matthau ). And of course he'll always be remembered for his half of the Burns and Allen shows. A forgotten side-light of the story is that George and Gracie were first booked as a radio act by the then British Broadcasting Company in 1926. TV producer RICK GARDNER
BBC One London

The Other Broadway

The second in a series of top-class double-bills featuring some of America's finest entertainers in cabaret at the Cunard International Hotel, London. Tonight: top recording vocalist and guitarist Trini Lopez and Las Vegas star comedian Pat Henry
Musical director ROBERT WIRTZ Producer RICK GARDNER
BBC One London

The Other Broadway

The fourth in a series of top-class double-bills featuring some of America's finest entertainers In cabaret at theCunard International Hotel, London Tonight :
The varied humour of comedian and actor Jerry Lewis and the versatile singing star Abbe Lane
Whatever happened to middle age? Tonight's stars demonstrate conclusively that life exists after 40 with Jerry Lewis (49) proving his enduring appeal to the young of all ages, and Abbe Lane (41) showing that sex-appeal is not the monopoly of the young.
Musical directors
LOU BROWN , GEORGE WILKIMS TV producer RICK GARDNER
BBC One London

Max Bygraves says' I Wanna tell you a Story'

Fifth in a series of six programmes in which Max gives you songs and stories of the 20s to the 70s.
Tonight: The 1960s
The Beatles - Mary Quant and mini-skirts - Hula Hoops - Cliff Richard and Tom Jones - Tiny Tim - ' Puppet on a String ' and Sandie Shaw-TV of the 60s with clips of Harry Worth and Dad's Army - Henry Cooper fights Cassius Clay-Songs from the big American musicals, Maine, Cabaret and Hello, Dolly! with THE DOUGIE SQUIRES DOZEN
THE EDDIE LESTER SINGERS
Musical arrangements
PETER KNIGHT, ALAN ROPER
Choreographer DOUGIE SQUIRES Written .by ERIC DAVIDSON Director STANLEY APPEL Producer JOHN AMMONDS
BBC One London

Make the Music Speak

A special cabaret performance starring Lena Martell
Special guest star Les Dawson with Brotherhood of Man
also featuring The Tony Mansell Singers, Brian Fahey and the Scottish Radio Orchestra, leader Ian Tyre
Pianist Paul Horner
Musical arrangements Nicky Welsh
BBC Scotland






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