Royal Institution Lectures by Professor Eric Laithwaite
5: The Time has come, the Walrus said ...
Physics, chemistry, mathematics, engineering, philosophy - Life, have all run together to form one composite subject which is the way our future lies.
Presented for TV by BRIAN JOHNSON
The return of Captain Kirk and his crew in earlier adventures Today: Dagger of the Mind
The smooth routine of the USS Enterprise is violently disturbed by the contents of a crate received during delivery of cargo to the penal colony Tantalus.
Christmas at Plum Creek starring with Preparations for the festive season -and the Ingalls family are much preoccupied with presents but little Carrie is to surprise them all with the most sublime.
Sidney Green Bush
Narrated by Bernard Cribbins
Alison Uttley, the author of the Little Grey Rabbit books, is 91. In this programme she talks about her country childhood in Derbyshire - the source of all her writings. She remembers seeing hares dance, her mother making cowslip wine and her frightening walk through woods to school. She looks forward to another Grey Rabbit book and is visited by some children who draw their own pictures of her characters. And she looks back on a country Christmas before the turn of the century.
A new series of six programmes on some of the most extraordinary facets of the animal world. With Tony Soper
Some birds sing, others flash colours, buffalo and cats make perfumes. All are ways of passing messages.
What do birds and beasts have to talk about and how have their languages evolved?
Can we ever hope to be like Dr Dolittle and talk to the animals?
Programme 3: next Monday
with Jane Asher
Tales from the Russian Mountains Today: Brave Nazar from Three Apples Fell From Heaven by MISCHA KUDIAN
Pictures by NICOLA BAYLEY Director MARILYN FOX
Producer ANGELA BEECHING
Executive producer ANNA HOME
by VERONICA CECIL From a story by CHRETIEN DE TROYES Translated by JOHN HAMPDEN
The tale of the Brave Knight, Sir Cleges, who found true riches only when he became a beggar.
Costumes BOBI BARTLETT Make-up EILEEN MAIR Designer JEREMY BEAR Director MARILYN FOX
Executive producer ANNA HOME
A special edition featuring No 1 records of the year.
Introduced by Jimmy Savile , OBE and Dave Lee Travis including tonight: Status Quo
Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel Mud, Bay City Rollers
Typically Tropical, Rod Stewart Johnny Nash, Billy Connolly David Bowie and Queen with PAN'S PEOPLE
Choreography FLICK COLBY Director STANLEY APPEL Producer ROBIN NASH
Another edition: Christmas Day at 2.10
In which Raymond Baxter, William Woollard , Michael Rodd and Judith Hann invite a party of children to their fantasy workshop where young and old can enjoy magic moments in science. What is it like to hear through your feet as crickets do...?
Can you make a pendulum swing upside down...?
With Dr Stuart Anstis and Michael Holt.
A feature film starring
Kenneth Williams Charles Hawtrey Roy Castle Joan Sims
India, 1895. In the North West Frontier province the villainous Khasi of Kalabar plans a rebellion against the Governor, Sir Sidney Ruff-Diamond . Only the presence of the dreaded Highland regiment, the Third Foot and Mouth, known as the Devils in Skirts, deters the Khasi and his blood-thirsty Burpa tribesmen.
Screenplay by TALBOT ROTHWELL Producer PETER ROGERS Director GERALD THOMAS films: pages 16-17
Sir Sidney Ruff-Diamond:
The Khasi of Kalabar:
Pte James Widdle:
Sgt Major MacNutt:
Wife No 1:
starring in In Every Street by CARLA LANE featuring
Film cameraman BRIAN TUFANO Lighting PETER WESSON Sound MIKE GILES
Design TIM GLEESON
Producer DOUGLAS ARGENT
Man at window:
Boy carol singer:
A film specially made for television, starring
Paul Shenar , Vie Morrow Will Geer , Cliff De Young with Michael Constantine
Walter McGinn , Eileen Brennan Meredith Baxter , Tom Bosley
On 30 October, 1938, Orson Welles and his Mercury Theatre company presented a radio version of H. G. Wells 's War of the Worlds, so realistic that millions of Americans, tuning in after the broadcast had started, were convinced that Martians had landed.
This film is a dramatic reconstruction of the events of that Hallowe'en nearly 40 years ago.
Producer and director Joseph SARGENT
The Ash Tree by M. R. JAMES
A television version by DAVID RUDKIN
The fifth annual M. R. James tale. A nephew is haunted because of the testimony of his great uncle. with Sound recordist DICK MANTON Film editor ROGER WAUGH
Cameraman JOHN MCGLASHAN Producer ROSEMARY HILL Director
LAWRENCE GORDON CLARK
Sir Richard Fell:
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