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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Lethbrukjc Herald TELEVISION GUIDE HANNIGAN'S 328-4038 FRIDAY, MAY 8. 1970 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, MAY 9 TO FRIDAY. MAY 15 f Civilisation' v An Epic Story Of Mankind, A HISTORY at mankind through the arts by Sir Kenneth Clark, British art ex- pert extraordinaire, comes to CBC-TV in the outstanding film series Civilisation, "a BBC pro- duction, in color, for telecast on Thursdays at 10 p.m., begin- ning May 14. (NOTE: The starting date Tommy Hunter Special TOMMY HUNTER Tommy Hunter in a tuxedo? That's only one of the surprises in an upcoming hour long CBC-TV color special starring Tommy and the regular cast of his weekly Tommy Hunter Show. Telecast date is Sunday, May 10 at p.m. on the CBC tele- vision network. Tommy really goes to town In the special, and the tuxedo number is just one of many new twists that represent the e v o 1 u ttonary acceptance of country and western music by sophisticated audiences and art- ists alike. may be affected by NHL Stanley Cup telecasts, which could continue past May 14, postponing tbc CBC debut of Civilisation for one week. Watch daily TV Ustings.) Civilisation is a 13-week tele- vision experience, a treasury of the cultural riches of the West- ern world (its arts, architec- ture, literature and from the time of the Dark Ages following the collapse of the Roman Empire, to the mass- produced, computerized society of today. Shown as a film series in some of North America's art gaSleries and museums, Civilis- ation has drawn solid raves from audiences and critics. On British TV, it was seen by mil- lions. Now it comes to North America television via the CBC, Civilisation toot Sir Kenneth Clark two years of concentfated work, and all his expertise as an art historian and writer, to construct. "A series like this can't be comprehensive histo- he has said. "You can only say these are the moments I want to show, when the poor human race took two struggling steps' up." The result has been likened to the Grand Tour of the Victor- ians, but on a gigantic and in- formative scale. En route, Sir Kenneth is there as a super- guide: explaining painting and architecture and mu- sic, philosophies and influences. The initial idea that gradual- ly became Civilisation was sparked by David Atten- borough, then head of BBC-2.. who decided he "wanted a doc- umentary on the scale of The Forsyte Saga" (the BBC's clas- sic drama series currently be- ing seen on CBC-TV, Sundays at 9 p.m.) The production team for the series, with Sir Kenneth as writer and on-camera narrator, travelled from the Hebrides to the Mediterranean, from Ra- venna (Italy) in the east to Vir- ginia (U.S.) In the west. Civilisation will be a high- light of CBC-TV's spring and summer season fa the slot regu- larly occupied by the Thursday jht series, 10-11 p.m. Epi- !es vary in length from 50 to 55 minutes, and will run unin- terrupted. CBC will fill out the hour in each case with short films. THE CALLIOPE Guests of conductor-composer Lucio Agostin! on Music to Remem- ber on CBC television Sunday, May 10 (5 p.m.) are the members of Ihe newly-formed trio, The Calliope, from left, Connie Martin, Angela Ruffo and Jean Christopher. The color half-hour features light and popular music with Agostini's large orchestra. Repays Uncle Glen Campbell HOLLYWOOD Mar- tin credits his uncle, come- dian Leonard Barr, with help- ing him get started in show bus- iness, every year makes sure that Barr appears on his television show. Brownettes Lead Among the 50 girls who will represent their states hi NBC- TV's May -13 live colorcast of the "America's Junior Miss 28 are brownettes, 18 are blondes, three are blaok haired and one is red-haired. Goes On Tour HOLLY WO 0 D Glen Campbell, star of the Sunday night music variety series The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour will hit the concert trail now that he has finished tap- ing his program for the cur- rent season. Campbell will be performing in Hershey, Pa., Boston and Oklahoma City and will travel to London, England, for a series of tele- vision appearances there. Must Be Active "I can't sit and do says Eddie Albert, star of the television comedy series Green Acres. "Happiness to me is con- stant activity, so I'll try any- thing within reason." Donates Ears Leonard Nimoy, co-star of tel- evision's Mission: Imposs i b 1 e, has donated his cars to a movie museum. The ears are the pointed ones be wore as Mr. Spock on the Star Trek series. TORO' WHIRLWIND TORO LAWN MOWERS The Best Lawn Mower that money can buy! 9 PRICED NOW AT FROM ,95 GENEROUS TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES ON YOUR OLD IAWN MOWER IN OPERATING CONDITION DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phons 327-5767 NORTH LETHBRIDGE 324 13 Street N. Phono 328-4441 ;