A Rubovian Legend by Gordon Murray.
Presented by the BBC Puppet Theatre
(BBC Television film)
Settings and costumes:
One of the fascinations of a seaside holiday is exploring the rock pools and sandy beaches for interesting marine creatures. But it is one thing to find them and another to be able to identify them. Peter Scott and Gwynne Vevers recently paid a visit to a Cornish seaside resort and searched the shore between the low and high tide marks, filming the animals they found.
The Old Royal Observatory, Greenwich was founded by King Charles II in 1675. Last month it was opened by Her Majesty the Queen as a Museum of Astronomy and Navigation.
Richard Dimbleby with Commander W. Edward May. R.N. and Lt. Commander David W. Waters, R.N. takes you round Wren's building which is 'the centre of the world'.
Commander W. Edward
Lt. Commander David W.
Stories of the 'Mounties'
A film series starring Gilles Pelletier as Corporal Jacques Gagnier.
Two desperate men, wanted for murder, face the Corporal on a trip to an outlying trading post. How can he, alone, bring them to justice with four days in the bush ahead?
(BBC film release)
Story and screenplay:
Corporal Jacques Gagnier:
Stanley Baxter and Betty Marsden invite you to look On the Bright Side
with Pip Hinton, Eira Heath, David Kernan, Richard Waring
The Orchestra conducted by:
Musical numbers staged by:
by David Perry.
[Starring] Richard Pearson and Patsy Rowlands
From the BBC's West Region television studio
Once the criminal is convicted and sent to prison, he virtually disappears from the world. What happens to him during his years of imprisonment? Tonight's programme takes you behind the closely guarded walls of Dartmoor and of Armley Gaol at Leeds.
presenting the BBC Northern Dance Orchestra directed by George Clouston in thirty minutes of music in an informal manner with Sheila Buxton and Norman George.
Introduced by Roger Moffat.
From the BBC's North of England television studio
The BBC Northern Dance Orchestra [Orchestra] directed by: George
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