Time Listings: Feb. 11, 1966

The most important event on TV this week is, unfortunately, only available to those who can tune in New York's WNEW or Washington's WTTG. It is the BBC's magnificent production of The War of the Roses. Royal Shakespeare Company Director Peter Hall has lashed Shakespeare's history plays into a single drama more than ten hours long, which will be broadcast in three parts at monthly intervals. Part 1 is presented on Sunday, Feb. 13, 8-11:30 p.m.*

Wednesday, February 9 I SPY (NBC, 10-11 p.m.). In "Turkish Delight," Diana Sands plays a shapely Israeli agronomist...

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