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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS Horn The Lethbrtdge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE Tags Drive In FOR PICKUP ORDERS Phone 328-5405 FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1971 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, MAY 29, TO FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1971 Des O'Connor is back for summer Des O'Connor, one of Britain's foremost entertainers, returns to the CTV Network this summer, beginning Saturday, May 29, at 8 p.m. on Channel 13. The Des O'Connor Show is an hour of easy informality with good music and lots of humor. O'Connor has an appeal that is infectious and a singing voice 'If DES O'CONNOR that has taken his records into the best selling category. When Canadians sampled Des O'Connor last season, they received him with great enthusiasm. This year Canadian viewers, along with those in tbe United States, Australia, South America, New Zealand, Holland and Sweden will have another chance to enjoy Des O'Connor and his line-up of international guest stars. Joining Des as a regular this summer will be Connie Stevens and Jack Benny will head the guest lineup on the premiere colorcast. O'Connor has recently completed a series of engagements is Canada, including over two weeks at Toronto's O'Keefe Centre, with the touring London Palladium Show. The show played to capacity audiences and Des received his first standing ovation ever at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa "That's never happened to me before .. . everyone was standing up and clapping ... I was almost in tears." This same success was repeated in Toronto. "We got standing ovations again ... tbe Canadian audiences are just marvellous." The secret of Des O'Connor's success, excluding over 20 years of performing experience, is his discipline as an artist. He studies his work over and over again to see what improvements can be made. SPECIAL THEATRE HIGHLIGHTS - Formerly known as the Dominion Drama Festival, Theatre Canada is the annual festival of thea trical groups from across the country, which was held this yeor at the Natiortal Arts Centre, Ottawa, May 17-22. On Saturday, May 29, at 9 p.m. CBC-TV will present an hour special highlighting the event, now noncompetitive and invitational. Bill Walker, a former DDF award winner, will host the color TV special, with Esse Ljungh (left) as special guest and commentator . TV special front National Arts Centre New kind drama festival What used to be the annual Dominion Drama Festival New variety hour premieres June 1 A festive variety hour of song, stwry and dance will premiere this summer, . Tuesday, June 1, 9:00-10:00 p.m. on the CTV Television Network. Tbe Val Doonicasn Show, hosted by Irish-bom folk-pop singer Val Doomcam, will offer the best in international music and comedy with such guest stars as David Frost, American folk Singer Burl Ives, Phil Harris, MiUicent Martin and Michelle Lee (formerly of the Mamas and Papas). Bernard Cribbins as the cotnedian-in-residence on the show, provides the ongoing humor and jesting goodwill. On Val's first show he is joined by international singing star Petula Clark and Georgia-born Jerry Reed whose fans of The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour will remember as a superb guitar player. In the next few weeks other guests appearing on the show will include Roy Clark of CTV's country and western comedy show Hee Haw and British singer Lulu. Lulu will also be remembered by viewers as a regular member of Andy Williams Presents The Ray Stevens Show??? seen on the CTV Television Network last summer. emerges this year as Theatre Canada, a nan - competitive invitational event designed to showcase all kinds of Canadian theatre, from all regions of the country. It took place last week (May 17-22) at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa. Theatre Canada '71 a CBC-TV color special for telecast on tbe network Saturday, May 29, at 9 p.m., will offer kaleidoscopic coverage of the theatrical event, and segments from some of the productions staged at the festival. The TV special is produced by Bill Bolt who also travelled across the country with a CBC film crew to shoot footage of drama groups in their home settings. Bill Walker, a former DDF drama award winner, hosts the program, and Esse Ljungh, former head of CBC radio drama, now on the faculty of Mount Royal College in Calgary, Alta., will be guest commentator. Mr. Ljungh has been a long-time observer of and participant in Canadian theatre. Last week some 22 theatre groups from across Canada converged on the National Arts i Centre to stage their productions, representing a cross section of dramatic activity. Robert Allen of CBC Television's drama department was on hand at the Theatre Canada events, and selected, on behalf of the Corporation, several talented individuals to receive a week's "working visit" to their nearest CBC production centre - in tieu of CBC's prize, awarded at past Dominion Drama Festivals. Theatre Canada is non-competitive; yet the "working visits" will continue the CBC tradition of involvement by recognizing talent and theatrical promise. In the overall festival event, 13 of tbe 22 productions staged at the National Arts Centre cuing Theatre Canada week were by Canadian authors. You, The Jury, new approach to drama on Man Alive A murder trial ... an uncooperative defendant ... an issue yet unresolved .. . and a totally unexpected ending: this is the gist of You, The Jury, an hour - long courtroom drama bringing a totally new approach to public affairs programming, on CBC-TV's Man Alive, Monday, May 31 at 10:00 p.m. on Channel 7. Produnced by John Mc-Greevy, the program evolves around a nighty dramatic sequence of events surrounding the muder of a . , . what? Man? Child? Or animal? This is the issue, but as tbe trial progresses, it becomes mora than a simple case of murder. Man Alive challenges the television audience to assume the role of jury. You, the viewer, must decide the verdict: has Douglas Templeton murdered a child. Or has he simply committed what the court would term "an act of cruelty towards a dumb animal?" In the words of producer Mc-Greevy, "We are trying to challenge tbe audience to bring its own verdict to the question, What is man?" 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