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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HOLLAND'S DRAPERY SHOP Largest D'upluy Of DRAPERY MATERIALS In Western Canada 325 7th SI. S. Ph. 327-4475 The LetMnridgc Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH THE LETTHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 TO FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1972 'British Empire' new BBC series "OHI THE In 1897, the year of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, the h E e ed a quarter of the world's land surface and embraced a quarter prt -ss: "Oh I "The British Empi Night Special." stars Natioi production of The Sleeping Beauty, with new choreography George Kirbv o to welcome Delia Reese George Kirby invites every- one to "Walk Right In" and make themselves at home as he gets things poirig on "Half The George Kirby Comedy Hour" on Thursday, Sept. 28, at 10 p.m. on Channel 13. This week's special guest is singing star, Delia Reese. Delia, who was the youngest of seven chilc'cen, began her sing- ing career at the age of six years as a featured vocalist of the weekly radiocast of Sunday night services from the fam- ily's church in her native De- troit. Delia has had Innumerable gold records and appeared on such notable shows as "The Hollywood "The Perry Coma Show" and those of John- ny Carson, Joey Bishop, Mike Douglas and Merv Griffin, as well as hosting her own pro- gram, "Delia." cities of future by Rudolf Nureyev, who also dances the leading role of a person lives is one of the most important tilings in Prince, will be taped from the stage of Toronto's O'Kecfe life. "Here Come The Seventies" takes a look at "Arcol- tre on Oct. 22, 23 and 24. it City In The Image 0: announced by John on Thursday, Sept. 28, at CBC head of TV music and p.m. on Channel 13. riety. There will be no are cold and, many performances of The Sleeping Beauty on those feel, hostile. Contact with other human beings has For telecast on CBC-TV lost and architects now season {date to be wrestling with the prob- the specially-mounted 90-min-ute TV version will be cf regaining some of this lost feeling of humanity. duced and directed by Soleri has his answer to problem and many people Opposite guest artist to assist in the building of ev, the National Ballet's creation, Acronsanti, a test ronica Tennant will dance school for the new city, 70 role of Princess Aurora. out of Phoenix. Acronsan Franca, artistic director of is a scaled down version o National Ballet of Canada, alternate future forms be seen in the role of could go a mile high, s bosse, the Wicked wide and be home for 1897 was the year of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. The British Empire, covering a quarter of the world's land sur- face and embracing a quarter of the world's population, had reached its imperial zenith. Into London, to celebrate the great Jubilee, poured the sol- diers of the Empire. Sir Arthur Sullivan produced the Jubilee Hymn for the occasion. On Sunday, October 1, the CTV Television Network tele- casts "Oh! The part one of the thirteen part BBC produced series "The British Empire." To be seen at p.m. as part of the new CTV Sunday Night Special Hour, this first hour long program in the se- ries is a fascinating and some- times amusing look at the Brit- ish Empire at one moment of time when Britannia ruled the waves, and, as some of the British thought, when the Al- mighty spoke the Queen's En- .glish. The first episode begins in New Zealand in 1971 when the present monarch, Queen Eliza- beth II visited the country to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Captain Cook's landing. New was chosen to begin the program because it represents a microcosm of the Empire the first contact with the notiv ettlers, the hardhips thejr ound, rallying to the Imperial call and finally the gradual drifting apart. Using three d i m e n s 1 o nal graphics plus original film 'Oh! The describes the scope and size of the Em- >ire (The Empire had one- quarter of the world's cattle, one-twelfth the world's horses ard one fourteenth of the world's The pvogram also uses three short dramatic ex- cerpts and a music hall se- quence to describe Ihe mood of the ordinary British public to the Empire. "Oh! The climaxes with a re-enactment of the great military procession in London to celebrate Victoria's Diamond Jubilee intercut with archive film of the actual parade. "Oh! The was writ- ten and produced by Tom Hay- don, narrated by Robert Hardy with Dame Gladys Coo- per and Andre Morell. "The British Empire" is produced by the BBC in association with Time-Life Books. On Sunday, October at p.m. CTV telecasts "The Sugar the second episode of "The British Empire." This pro- gram; Icote at the Bntish settle- ment in the West Indies, com- petition with Spain rnd France and the rise and fall of the slave trade. The Tchaikovsky score will people. be pre-recorded by the National Ballet Orchestra, conducted by the company's musical director George Crum. Other design consultants and architects have their own ideas of cities of the future and are also interviewed. Season's first music special Gene Lees has a solid reputa-1 new season on CBC-TV's Sun- tion in the entertainment world day at Nine series changes all 'Cambodia in Conflict' one-hour documentary A cYspatch appearing in the New York Times recently, date- lined Pnom Penh, Cambodia, describes the tension in the capital arising from the per- secution non-Cambodian res- idents, Chinese and Viet- namese. As the Cambodian sit- uation continues to make the news pages of the world's press, CBC-TV's Tuesday Night series has scheduled a one-hour color film documentary back- grounding the country, its peo- ple, their ancient culture and recent turbulent history. Khmer! Khmer! has as its subtitle Cambodia in Conflict. Made by an Australian film- maker, Jim Gerrand, who has travelled extensively in South- east Asia, it will be telecast on Tuesday Night, Sept. 26, at 10 as music critic, novelist-short story writer, composer, and lyricist. Not so well known, per- haps, is Gene Lees the per- former an interpreter of his own and others' material. The first music special of the and Mudc. that on Sept. 24 at 9 p.m. on i Channel 7. channel 7 when Lees is fea- tured for the first time on tele- as a performer in a his talents en- Words, Words, showcase for tilted Words, Khmer are "the sons of Cam- and the documentary is their story, and a penetrating study of the conflict that now consumes their nation and threatens to extinguish the Khmer identity. It also offers a profile of the former Cambo- dian chief of state, Si- hanouk, the pains of national- ism, the austerity of his econ- omics and the resentment fos- tered by his power and charis- ma. The documentary deals with the Victimization of Cambo- dia, since the war spilled over its borders, and it tries to as- sess what remains shce the ouster of Sihanouk. IMPORTANT NEW SERIES ON CANADA CTV has embarked on a ma- jor five-part series of docu- mentaries on Canada. The series will be aireo on the Network ci the Spring of 1973. It will deal with the coun- try in terms of its five basic geographic divisions. SIMPSONS-SEARS RECORD OF THE WEEK DOORS "FULL CIRCLE' FIEKTRA RECORDS STORE HOURS: Open Doity 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday 099 Dopt- Friday 9 !o 9 p.m. Conlro Village Telephone ;