Television, Theater, Records, Cinema, Books: Apr. 30, 1965

TELEVISION

Wednesday, April 28 "MY NAME IS BARBRA" (CBS, 9-10 p.m.)* The first of Streisand's long-awaited specials — and as close to compulsory viewing as TV showbiz ever gets. Highlights include a madly chic fashion number in deserted Bergdorf Goodman, introduced by Fanny Brice's old song Second-Hand Rose. For those who lamented its exclusion from Funny Girl, Barbra belts out My Man. The show has everything —namely, Barbra Streisand.

ABC SCOPE (ABC, 10:30-11 p.m.). "Wall Street: Instant Money," a report on stock-exchange specialists.

Thursday, April 29 THE WORLD'S FAIR ENTERTAINMENT...

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