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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Uthbtidge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19 TO FEBRUARY 25. 1972 UNDERSEA ADVENTURE CTV viewers are taken on another underwater adventure when The Undersea World Of Jacques Cousfeau telecasts wirh The Sound OF Dolphins Friday, 25 at p.m. The special studies the free living dolphin and it; association with man. Dolphins star in Consteau show ot years ago the dolphin was a quadruped with a skeleton much like tihat of today's dog. Living near the water it gradually began to feel safer in the marshes a.itd even- tually became a totally seago- ing m-a-m mnl, rising to Che sur- face on an average of every 20 seconds to blow out sea water take in air. Greek mythology gave birth to the belief dint dolphins wcro originally pirates, sent to Uicic deaths a-l sea and fated to fol- low ships eternally seeki'iip once Uic compLniwrafhip of man. dolphin Is tin? only main- irval com-os to vol-1 untnrily. fiwr food or IxiL purely com-pany. Man's relationship- with the 'dolphin is explored c-n Tiro Sound OT Dolphins the la lost episode in The Undersea World Of Consteau, telecar-t- ing on the CTV Television K-jt- work Friday, February 25 at p.m. (Story Theatre and The Don Ricklcs SIiow will be pre-empted on thus On this CTV Special, Captain Coiistcau and his diver re- se arc hers make detailed studies of Lite dolphin's remark- able sonar system and Its abil- ity to communicate. A fascinat- ing and practical by-product of dolphin research is seen in Bir- mingham. England when Cou- stcaii visiis a team of British scientists have developed a sonar seeing device. An ultrasonic instrument fitted to a pair of spectacles radiates sound Tvaves. when celtoos come back over a special two channel aid a blind person can v. .ilk confidently a street, avoiding people and parking meters vwJi case. Thro ugh study the dolphins' ability to communi- cate with ccch other and ilia possibility of unscrambling llics-e signals Cousteau hopes that man '-ull cnc day be able to enter into :i dialogue with the dolpluiis. Wayne asid Sliiisler present tliird special of the season voi: holio've Gov- ernor Ooi'icral dancin-j; tlio Nalionul Ballet? You can sea this 'first' on the Wayne and Sinister Show Sunrtay Fdj. 20 at p.m.. in color oa tlw OBC television network. In this one-hour comply spe- cial, their thJTd show of four. Johnny and Frank also tvriiig you a stirring new epic, Over based on had oSrl movies of the Second World War, updated to show wlrat ttotppcus when ratings-war nmnaTT-g radio s la Lions liots up as traffic liclioopters battile aloft (actually tiilrrwd over Toronto witii the co-operation of CKEY's o-jwi trafCic And t.'-.e Fur East moots the Far whor. Inspector Jolinny Clinn, the inscrutable Orienlnil detecLivo. investigates a baming cnse in what quickly tin-ns mrt to )w the murder cnp- iLal of Canada. As in previous shows, Johnny antl Frnnk will also be taking a look at some OL those stories CBC inexplicably overlooked; and I heir special Cdllierine M c K i n n o n, Sicr singing talents. ACCEPTS Paul II e n r o i d 's dautOitor, Monica, will play a role in Chartes tlwton's I Am a Leg- end. Travel along the Nile Most of man's early clviliza tions were founded along the great river systems the world. The Nile. which for more than years has sup- ported many cultures, is a river rich in drama, hislorj roiuanc and tragedy. On Sunday, February 20, CTVs popular nature seric Untamed World travels along the Nile, from its humble be- ginning as two insignificant bubbling springs in Burundi and Rwanda along its miles unlit it reaches the Med- iterranean Sea. The program first goes to Lake Victoria, the third largest inland sea in the world. The lake is an important commerce route and provider of food for the in a n y native peoples who live on its banks Lake Vic- toria was named by John Speke, a noted English ex- plorer, who reached the north shore o[ the lake in 1862 only to mistakenly believe he had discovered the elusive source of the Nile. From Lake Victoria the Nile gains momentum and size as it winds north. The speed is in- creased as the ancient river crashes through the spectacu- lar Murchison Falls. Many miles jiorlh I he Nile begins its long journey through the Sudan, At Ju'ta. Hi? cameras go aboard a Mississippi style pad- dle wheel steamer to make a 900-mile journey north to Kosti. In this centre not only has the terrain changed, so have the people. Tn the market places of ICosli Ike Arab traders of the north and the Bantus of the south comocLc for each other's business. Dress, language and HIV all have on a different ranee as the people of ihi- Nile mix Inpelh- IM- in pursuit of sneiiil inierac- tion trntkv noted actors slar 111 spet ial n Two of the most ed actors of Lhe English stage, Sir John Gic'.cud and Sir Ralph Richardson, have been unique- ly ca-sf together in Home. Iho TV adaptation of David Stoivy'5 popular Lo-mion play to lie telecast Monday, Febniary 21 ai p.m. (in color1 on GBC Television. For Ihe two great actors. Mi is ivmk-jl, conloinptM-i-ry play offvro.'l ]X'rsonnl chal- lenges. Although they have worked together countless times, often as director and star. GioltiiK) and Richardson have rarely Iwforir appeared together on Nona American folcrL-i'in. Oo-s-Uirrirg in no-inimilo color s p P c i .1 arc1 Dandy Nicljols and Wcislilnnini-c, witli Warren CUirko in a sup- porting ivle. FACING DANGER Bull rhino of the Serengeti Park faces off against the film crew shooting the National Geographic Special Man Of The Serengeti, telecastina over the CTV Television Network on Mo-iday, February 21 ar p.m. Serengeti Park protects animals If the Ark of Neah were to bo represented in a sea of grass and rolling plains, its name would be Serengeti. Africa's Serengeti Park supports the last great concentration of wild animals in tlw world. Nortlicrn Ireland examined The ciUTCul '-il- nation in Nnrifiorn is explored on I TY'-i Sun- day, I'oliniai- M :il p.m. on Clianiipl In ihis hour relit ion n[ W3. ramr.u'nUiliir .TiU-k Mc- Gaw and producer Don -f'am- oron to tlie I1 rime Minister of Northern Ireland. lirian Faulkner, members ot the civilian population and, in an exclusive a leader of the IUA Trovi- sionals. an e1 and dance Throe In One The next in CBO- TV's .soric.s of nipht music specials is a slwivcaso For throe- sepiirati1 approachns to the ail of dance, n-.rt'o In One, to be telecast on the not- work February at p.m. in color, ptvsont.i" music and dance frnn tho1 classical and traditional [n llw mo.-l mcdcrn forms. It [mm bnl- Jjt u'itli MIL' of sky: thi-onuh luou.-rn inU-rprcs tive danco with mu- sic by Ann SmiLharn; to free flowing jin.7. danco with Ixmncv nuisic by Riloy. There are no fences here no retaining walls or ditches. The bound ariss en clos ing tlia of wildlife are naturaL If Man ever willed a free re- serve to animals, the plains of the Serengeti stand aj his lone monument. On Monday. February 21 ac p.m. the CTV Television Network presents Uw National GoogiMphic Society program Of Sorongeli, a on- hour color documentary th.it Uie Nation.-.I Park through tlK oyo> of yoiuig Masai tribosman. This natural for wi'-T- life covers roupiily six ti--r.- sand square miles. The mcnt of animals expanse is constant cvor A 5 the v.et season ends, their niigrr.iion Ix'Shis, moving eastward fi-oni Lakd Victoria tens of breeding and pasturing as their legions march. raiv.3 begin again, they turn back for the Lake. Tliese great horV.es in motion, tire endless armies of! uncountable variety a spectacle tlio next generation OL Man will perhaps never see. The principal character in tliis film LS a pai-k guide Masai Irilwsman. He was in i he park r.nd during Lhs pr-v gi-am recalls his ohi'.dJiO'id m o m o r i cs of lioness lumtinsi tlu- cazolle. the zebrjs and t h e leopard victim into the briUioJh- of a Uvo. ial April 21 Tin- third and I.TSI o: Anno Mim'ay's full CRO (clcvlsian Uiis is scheduled for to April 2L ;