THIS FORTNIGHT

TELEVISION

TV highlights this fortnight

November 17 1962
THIS FORTNIGHT

TELEVISION

TV highlights this fortnight

November 17 1962

TELEVISION

TV highlights this fortnight

u.s. NATIONAL ELECTIONS: A report of the mid-term voting in the United States runs most of the evening and some of the morning. (CBC Tuesday, Nov. 6, times various.)

THE BROKEN SKY: On Playdate, a new play written by director Paul Almond and set designer Rudi Dorn, directed by Paul Almond, with sets by Rudi Dorn. (CBC Thursday, Nov. 8, 9 p.m. ÉST.)

139* COUNTRY CALENDAR: A special edition, reporting on the plans for and possibilities of a world food bank. (CBC Sunday, Nov. 11, at 1.30 p.m. EST.)

C3T CLOSE-UP: An hour-long report on birth control, with, among others, Justice Minister Donald Fleming; Rt. Rev. James R. Mutchmor; and Rev. Edward Sheridan, S.J. (CBC Sunday, Nov. 11, at 10 p.m. EST.)

THE LIVELY ARTS: The main event is an experimental film, Very Nice, Very Nice, which won an Academy Award nomination for Arthur Lipsett of the National Film Board. (CBC Tuesday, Nov. 13, at 10.30 p.m. EST.)

J39“ CLOSE-UP: A profile of M. J. Coldwell, former national leader of the CCF. (CBC Sunday, Nov. 18, at 10 p.m. EST.)

(SOT FESTIVAL: The Stratford production of The Gondoliers, by Gilbert and Sullivan, with Douglas Campbell, Jack Creley, and Ilona Kombrink. (CBC Monday, Nov. 19, at 9.30 p.m. EST.)